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The Princeton Football Association is sixty-five dollars in debt.

Yale's cricket eleven will be chosen next week.

The Princeton lacrosse team plays the Rutgers team today at Rutger's, N. Y.

The senior nine plays the Law School nine at 11 o'clock this morning on Jarvis.

Rev. Edward H. Hall will conduct service in Appleton Chapel tomorrow evening.

There will be an hour examination in Math. F, Wednesday, May 2, in U. 16.

Brown University has just been presented with $20,000 by Alexander Duncan of Scotland.

The spring games of the Prlnceton Athletic Association will be held on May 9.

The presidency of Ohio State University has been offered ex-President Hayes.

There will be an hour examination in German I at 12 o'clock today in Sever 6 and 37-on the second book of "I'm Paradiese."

The New Haven Union speaks as follows in regard to the Yale nine:- "The Yale-Amherst game, which was played at the Yale field yesterday afternoon, was as wretched an exhibition of ballplaying on the part of the Yale nine as was ever seen in New Haven."

Teemer speaks very unfavorably of the stroke rowed by the 'Varsity crew.

Exeter has decided to build a quarter mile cinder track which will be fifteen feet wide.

Dr. Phillips Brooks will speak to the Williams Y. M. C. A. on Commencement Day.

The freshman nine will play the Bradford, Thomas and Co. nine of Boston today at 3 p. m. on Holmes. Luce and Mason will be the battery.

The following examinations were left out of the provisional list: Latin E and Latin 14, Friday, June 15; Math. 1 Monday, June 18.

Mr. Hayes meets those men who propose to write commencement parts in class, Thursday at 4 p. m., in Holden Chapel.

The last Harper's Weekly has some very interesting illustrations of the sixteen new war vessels constructed for the United States Government.

Baseball games today: Yale and Princeton at Princeton; Amherst and Boston University at Amherst; Harvard and Williams at Williamstown; Trinity and Wesleyan at Middletown.

While President Patton, of Princeton, was in St. Louis recently, he received marked attention from burglars; his purse, coat and vest and a number of small articles were stolen.

The annual baseball game between Exeter and Andover will hereafter be played on the second Saturday in June, and the annual foot ball game on the second Saturday in November.

The following colleges have more than a thousand students, Harvard 1690, Columbia 1489, University, of Michigan 1475, Oberlin 1302, Yale 1134, Northwester 1100, University of Pennsylvania 1069.

It is reported that Yale is considering the advisability of importing a professional cricketer from England to train her team for next spring. If this be the case, there must be up at New Haven more enthusiam for this sport, better material and stronger financial backing than we have been led to suppose from Yale's attitude in declining the cricket overtures of Harvard some weeks ago. We are looking for further developments with considerable interest.- Pennsylvanian.

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