The Index will be out the first of next week.
Stern '94 has stopped training with the 'varsity crew.
There will be an hour examination in Greek 10, Saturday at 12.
Men in English C can get their first forensic in Sever 10.
History 2 has begun the study of the Constitution of the United States.
The A. A. U. is thinking seriously of dropping boxing from its lists of events.
Mr. Dodge will conduct Geol. 4 after the Christmas recess until the mid-years.
All reports of experiments in Physics 3 must be handed in before the Christmas recess.
President Eliot delivered his fourth lecture in the Lowell Institute Course last evening.
At the last meeting of the Shooting Club match A was won by Sargent, with Gould second.
In Chemistry A yesterday Professor Cooke showed a number of fine stereopticon views of Alpine scenery.
Oberlin is the first college in Ohio to start the University Extension System. She has sent out circulars of information to many cities and towns of that State.
The report of the foot ball manager at Exeter shows a surplus of $297. The expenses this year were $1,309.
The Boston, Technology, Trimount, and First Regiment Athletic Associations have formed a rink polo league.
The father of Brokaw, of Princeton, has given $25,000 to complete the work on the Brokaw Memorial Field.
The Princeton Nine.The candidates for the Princeton nine have been at work in the gymnasium for about a month, under the direction
Fact and Rumor.E. R. Coffin '93 is ill with peritonitis. Lake has been rowing with the '92 crew. About sixty men are
Base-Ball at Princeton.Now that the foot-ball season is finished, the attention of the students at Princeton is turned to base-ball. The outlook
Fact and Rumor.There will be no lecture in Fine Arts IV today. On Monday there will be no recitation in Latin I.
Fact and Rumor.There will be an hour examination, Thursday, in Political Economy 8. The Schuylkill Navy Athletic Club has sent invitations to