Marks in Latin 4 are out.
A flourishing chess club has been formed at Amherst.
Yale will establish an "annex" as soon as funds are provided.
The Yale University Club is going to hold a Pool Tournament.
Columbia will devote herself, in athletics this spring, to rowing and track athletics.
Columbia College will probably not place a base ball team in the field this year.
Blanks for entries to the B. A. A. games, Feb. 14, may be had at the gymnasium office.
Newell '94 has been summoned home suddenly on account of the illness of his father.
President Gates of Amherst, will deliver the commencement oration next June, at Mt. Holyoke.
The Y. M. C. A. sent a delegation of three out to Quincy Sunday to conduct a young men's meeting.
James Van Inwagen, Exeter '88, has been elected captain of the University of Michigan foot ball eleven.
J. W. Broach '91 has resigned as class poet at Yale and Luther H. Tucker has been elected in his place.
The Amherst Glee Club will give concerts during the present term at Boston, New York, Springfield, Holyoke and Northampton.
The marks in Chemistry A will not be announced until all the books have been corrected. Thus far Dr. Huntington has corrected through H.
The university crew rowed in the tank yesterday. Kelton and Shaw rowed on both first and second crews. Lynam, M. S., rowed 4 on the second crew and D. Shea '94 rowed bow.
Princeton College has received a gift of over 30,000 pieces of pottery and porcelain, illustrating the history and progress of art from the earliest Egyptian period down to the present time.
Professor Marquand of Princeton, is in Chicago, lecturing in support of the American Institute of Archaeology. He is associated in this course with Professor Norton of Harvard, and President Low of Columbia.
The Manhattan Athletic Club has abandon the idea of holding a three days' athletic carnival. It has been decided instead to give a one day's entertainment, which will be purely athletic. It will take place at Madison Square Garden early in March.