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The B. A. A. is to have a new athletic field.

The third annual Junior Prom. at Amherst was held Wednesday night.

Hazing at Wesleyan by Sophomores has been stopped by severe penalties.

The annual Trinity College Alumni dinner was held in New York Tuesday night.

The N. E. Intercollegiate A. A. meeting will be held in Springfield this year as usual.

Prof. Thaxter will give a "review" of the course in Botany 2 this afternoon at the Museum.

Out of the 11,449 who have received degrees from University of Michigan 10,603 are now living.

Leland Stanford Jr. University, now offers a course in Historical Development of the Pacific Slope.

The Arrow, the official organ of the Pi Beta Phi fraternity, will this year be published at Ann Arbor.

H. G Shaw '93 is filling the position of teacher in physics at the Toledo High School, Toledo, Ohio.

The Harvard Glee Club and the Amherst Banjo Club will give a concert in Northampton March 8.

The students of the University of Michigan meet every Saturday morning for the purpose of singing college songs.

The state university of Iowa is sending out an appeal to their alumni for subscriptions for a new athletic field.

University of Michigan has a minstrel troupe which makes its first appearance at Ypsilanti on the 22nd of February.

Cornell college is discussing the advisability of putting a baseball team in the field to compete for the state championship.

Michigan and Northwestern Universities seem desirous of dropping the University of Minnesota from the Northwestern League.

The students of the Boston University have entered into a compromise with the proctors to aid them in keeping order during certain hours if they can have more freedom during the rest of the time.

The Roxbury Latin School will give a set of games on the afternoon of Feb. 22. The open events are the running high jump and the forty yards dash. Entries close Feb. 14, and may be made with Mr. Lathrop.

The Boston base ball club has made arrangements with Manager Aldrich of the Brown University Club by which the latter organization will play in Boston on the afternoon of Fast Day and on the following days. On April 8 Boston will play Yale in New Haven.

The Brookline high school will give games open only to members of the school to take place in the upper Town Hall, Brookline, on Thursday evening, March 9. The events are: Twenty-yards dash, (for juniors); running high jump, standing high jump, standing high kick, pole vault, sack race, slow bicycle race, wrestling and potato race.

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