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Fact and Rumor.


Marks are out in Latin F.

D. Shea '94, has stopped rowing with the 'varsity crew.

The Yale semi-annual examinations are now in progress.

Cumnock and Blanchard have begun training with the senior crew.

Ellsworth '93, has left the 'varsity crew on account of illness.

F. Allen, '93, has recovered from his recent attack of pneumonia.

Division A in Political Economy 1 will take up Cairnes on Friday.

The Yale Glee Club will hereafter devote their profits to establish a contingency fund of $3000, from which to pay running expenses.

At present the Glee Club is directed every Friday, by Arthur W. Thayer.

Professor F. G. Peabody will give a Lowell Institute lecture on "Political Ethics."

Blue books are necessary for the Wednesday dictation exercises in French 1a.

The Semitic Library in Sever 7 has received a number of books from England.

The D. U. Convention will be held in Boston next fall under the auspices of the Harvard Chapter.

The Harvard Banjo Club is to play at the next Smoke Talk of the Cadet Corps of Boston.

A theme, subject "Parallele entre Voltaire et Rousseau," is due in French 8 by March 26.

W. D. Young' 92, and E. B. Reed '94, have been elected to the editorial board of the Yale Record.

The University of Pennsylvania will take Princeton's place in the Inter-collegiate Lacrosse Association.

The University of Michigan is planning to send its baseball team East next season to play the Eastern college nines.

The students at Exeter have raised $270 for the purpose of hiring M. J. Kelly, the Boston player, to coach the school nine.

The men in German 4 are to take Hermann and Dorothea as outside reading, and are to hand in a theme on it by March 16.

Mr. J. G. Brooks will lecture on "In Darkest England" at the Institute of Technology on Thursday afternoon at 3.30. It is open to the public.

The alumnae of Vassar College are endeavoring to raise $40,000 with which to endow a professorship of astronomy at Vassar College.

No news has yet been received from Columbia freshmen in regard to the race, and until it is received no action can be taken in regard to the Yale freshman race.

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