Marks are out in English 11.
Newell '94 has returned to college.
The freshman crew is being coached by Carpenter, L. S.
No A's were given in the mid years of fine Arts 3.
The freshman crew has been using sliding seats lately.
Tumbling will be omitted from the second winter meeting.
Adams '88 and Brooks '87 are at present coaching the crew.
The sophomore crew will go to a training table on the first of April.
The Exeter and Andover winter tournaments both take place March 14.
Amherst has received $40,000 for the endowment of a Scriptural chair.
W. W. Taxis, the bicycle rider, has entered the University of Pennsylvania, and will take part in the Mott Haven games this spring.
Stagg is in New Haven almost every week coaching the candidates for pitcher.
The freshman crew has been made much heavier by the addition of Waters and Fay.
The average weight of the 29 candidates for the freshman crew at Yale is 159 1-2 lbs.
Over $700 has been subscribed at Exeter by students for baseball for this coming season.
The last cut in History 13 was the first cut given by Professor Hart since his connection with the college.
The University of Pennsylvania is to take Princeton's place in the Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.
The M. A. C. baseball team will play exhibition games with Yale, Princeton and Harvard this season.
Professor Hart is editing series of books on Epochs of American History, published by Longmans, Green and Co.
J. Manley '93, who broke a muscle in the B. A. A. cross-country run on Christmas day, has begun running again.
Men in Fine Arts 3 who have not yet given in a postal but wish their marks may take a postal to the next lecture.