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Dartmouth has 462 students.

Alward, L. S., will wrestle in New York on December 20.

Heffelfinger and Rhodes will probably return to Yale next fall.

T. L. McClung is chairman of the "Prom" committee at Yale.

Yale expects to get $10,000 out of last Thursday's game with Princeton.

Lake has not yet recovered from injuries received in the Yale game.

The next thesis in Philosophy 4 on "Pleasure" will be due December 10.

The Dartmouth nine has commenced work in the cage under Captain Abbott.

The Bridgeport business college has been closed in consequence of an attachment levied by a printer.

W. W. Nolen has left Cambridge. He will return shortly before the midyear examinations.

Gov.- elect Russell witnessed the game Saturday between the Yale and Harvard freshmen.

W. C. Paige '91, will captain the Amherst nine and G. B. Willard '92, will be the manager.

Heffelfinger, Morison, Hartwell and Lewis, of the Yale eleven will now go into training for the crew.

The University Club of Salt Lake City gave a large reception Saturday evening to Rev. Samuel O. Eliot '84.

The lecture in Philosophy 12 was conducted Saturday in the basement of the Library where the instructor wished to show the students a number of books.

Other foot ball games Saturday resulted as follows: Annapolis Naval Academy team 24, West Point 0; Holyokes 6, Fall River 1 (association); Crescents 6, Clevelands 0; Lehigh 28, Columbia 6; Fall River 38, Newports 0.

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