Fact and Rumor.

Sanford will be unable to play against Harvard.

The College of Pharmacy is to erect a new building.

Cornell plays the Manhatten Athletic Club of New York at New York today.

The new club house of the Massachusetts Bicycle Club has just been opened.

The B. A. A. team beat the N. Y. A. C. eleven forty to nothing in New York yesterday.


T. Hopkin '93 has resigned from the position of Business Manager of the Advocate.

I haca College has decided to apply for admission to the Intercollegiate Football Association.

The college of the City of New York will soon move to a new building, which is to cost $750,000.

The World's Fair will need from 1,200 to 1,500 guides, who are to be chosen from college students.

The Shenandoah Normal College, built a number of years ago, was burned to the ground on Tuesday.

Longacre '95, who was guard on last year's Yale freshman eleven, has been taken to the varsity training table.

Athletic tablets have been up in the Brown gymnasium giving the records of the old Athletic teams.

On Saturday morning breakfast will be served at Memorial Hall from seven to nine instead of from half past seven to nine as usual.

The second annual convention of the Theta Delta Chi was held in Boston yesterday and was entertained by the Harvard Chapter last night.

D. W. Fenton, '95, E. F. Champney, '96 have entered for the games of the M. A. C. to be held on the 26th of November in the Madison Square Gar lens.

Dartmouth College students voted yesterday to put a base ball team in the field next season, and the following officers of the association were elected: President, H. C. Pearson, '93, Penacock; vice-president, J. H. Bartlett, '94, Sunapee; secretary, H. F. Tayler, '94, Hudson, Mass.; directors, S. P. Hunt, '93, Manchester; W. L. Burnap, '94, Burlington, Vt.; A. E. Carlton, '95, West Randolph, Vt.; G. G. Norris, '96, Melrose, Mass.; C. C. Goss. C. S. S. Pittsfield; H. S. Baketel, D. M. C. Henry C. Ide, Dartmouth's sprinter and full back, will manage the team, and F. H. O'Connor will be its captain. Candidates will go into training soon.