Fact and Rumor.

Yesterday was the 145th Commencement at Princeton.

English 5 themes are in Sever 1 and may be had at any time.

The Exonian for yesterday contained a picture of the Exeter base ball nine.

Williams College will celebrate its one hundredth anniversary next year.

Chicago University has just received a gift of $150,000 in cash, from S. B. Cobb of that city.


Abbey, the pitcher of the University of Vermont nine, will join the Washington club for the summer.

The Republicans of Yale will organize a uniform campaign club in the fall which will be known as the "Chauncey M. Depew Battalion."

The examination today in Political Economy 1, Division A, will be held in Sever 30 and 35, in Division B in Upper and Lower Dane.

George W. Roydhouse, of Philadelphia, has been awarded the contract for the erection of the Brokaw Memorial Building at a cost of $42,000.

The trustees of Tufts college have agreed upon a plan of reorganization by which the alumni of the college shall be represented on the board.

Rev. Dr. McKenzie, secretary of the Harvard Board of Overseers, delivered the Baccalaureate sermon at Abbot Academy, Andover, on Tuesday.

A John Marshall prize has been awarded at John Hopkins University to Professor Charles H. Livermore of the M. I. T., for his history of the "Republic of New Haven."

The following are the officers of the Princeton musical clubs for the ensuing year: Leader of the glee club, H. M. Rogers '93; of banjo club. L. B. Woodcock; of the mandolin club, C. M. Carpenter.

The revised constitution of the Yale Foot Ball Association, made necessary by the establishment of the new Financial Union, will be submitted to the University for adoption at the regular annual meeting of the association this week.

The editorial board of the Yale Record has adopted a watch charm in the shape of an owl with rings outspread, wearing a mortar-board cap on which are the words "Yale Record" in blue enamel. The charm is of gold and was made by Tiffany & Co.

Dr. Wolff, instructor in Petrography, has been made assistant professor for next year. He is at present in New Jersey on work connected with the United States Geological Coast Survey, where he will be joined in two weeks by a number of Harvare geology students as assistants.