The graduating class at Cornell this year numbers about 250.
The Freshman Glee Club will give a concert for the benefit of the crew on May 4.
The cost of the gymnasium, recently constructed at Brown, was $67,500.
The members of the Princeton Athletic team went to the training table, last week.
Sixty-five men appeared at the meeting of candidates for the CRIMSON, last evening.
W. C. Dohm and G. F. Taylor will complete at the games on Holmes' Field, May 7.
Columbia and the College of the City of New York are about to introduce the dormitory system.
The next meeting of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences will be held in the University Museum, May 10.
Prof. Barrett Wendell will contribute a story to the next number of the fiction magazine, Two Tales.
Bayne and Coogan the University of Pennsylvania battery, played on the Girard College nine last year.
The Trinity base ball team attended the performance of the Hasty Pudding Club last evening as the guests of the society.
The Phillips Andover Mirror, will appear early in May. It is to be modelled after the Harvard Advocate.
The Senior classes of the Yale Law and Medical Schools have unanimously decided not to adopt the cap and gown.
In the joint Oxford-Cambridge track athletic sports, the latter college won. Frye of Cambridge made the phenomenal jump of 23 ft. 5 in.
The last issue of the Illustrated London News contains a four-page illustrated article on the recent Oxford-Cambridge race.