There will be no lecture in Fine Arts IV today.
On Monday there will be no recitation in Latin I.
The Freshman Glee Club netted $100 from their crew concert.
Twombly of the Boston Latin School, the best pitcher in the interscholastic league this year, will enter Yale next fall.
The University of Chicago recently purchased by cablegram from Berlin a library of 280,000 volumes, including 200 manuscripts dating from the eighth to the nineteenth century.
Phillip Allen, captain of the Yale '90 crew, is in New Haven coaching the crew and will probably remain for some time. The new steam launch Yale is now in use daily by the coach and is giving entire satisfaction. Bob Cook is also in New Haven doing a little coaching.
G. V. Brokaw of New York, has contributed $42,000 towards erecting a memorial building on the proposed new Brokaw memorial athletic grounds.
The new site for Columbia College, near the Riverside Park, has been settled and the first payment of $200,000 has been made.
The Princeton Nine.The candidates for the Princeton nine have been at work in the gymnasium for about a month, under the direction
Fact and Rumor.There will be no lecture in History 12 on Saturday. The Index will be out the first of next week.
Fact and Rumor.E. R. Coffin '93 is ill with peritonitis. Lake has been rowing with the '92 crew. About sixty men are
Base-Ball at Princeton.Now that the foot-ball season is finished, the attention of the students at Princeton is turned to base-ball. The outlook
Fact and Rumor.There will be an hour examination, Thursday, in Political Economy 8. The Schuylkill Navy Athletic Club has sent invitations to