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A. W. Dudley '91, has returned to college.

There will be no recitations on Tuesday, Dec. 23.

Cornell will probably build a student hospital this year.

The junior tennis handicap of the B. A. A. will begin Dec, 20.

Cox '91, will captain the Williams college nine of next season.

W. H. Hall has been chosen captain of the foot ball team at Wesleyan.

Keefe, of the New Yorks, will coach the nine this year at Princeton.

The Oxford college and university crews row daily upon the Thames.

The total number of students at Yale is 1645. Last year there were 1477.

T. Chester Chard '90, of Buffalo, has been in Cambridge the last few days.

The faculty of Tufts are opposed to having a college nine there next season.

During the last six months Yale has received bequests amounting to $700, 000.

The University of Michigan adopted a new athletic constitution last week.

Greek 6 will finish Demosthenes' "Oration on the Crown" before the holidays.

The full text of the proceedings of the foot ball dinner will be published in book form.

Several University of Rochester freshmen have been suspended for disorderly conduct in chapel.

The sophomores at Columbia have adopted the mortar-board, and have worn it since Thanksgiving.

The soloists of the Glee Club will be M. Williams '91, J. Wendell '91, L. F. Berry '92 and S. E. Farwell '93.

The officers-elect of the Yale Union are: President, Upton '92; Vice-President, G. Adams '91; Secretary, Fink '92.

The concert of the Glee and Banjo Clubs in Chicago is on the evening of Dec. 24, not Dec. 25, as announced.

Members of Fine Arts 3 are expected to read the first chapter both of Oman's and Curtins'History of Greece very soon.

There will be a make-up examination in History 12, probably sometime this week, on the period between 1789 and 1799.

The Freshman Glee Club will sing in quartets Monday night that an estimate may be made as to their ability to read quickly, and as to the quality of their voices.

The tickets for the concert Thursday which are not disposed of by the members of the clubs will be returned to Thurston's and put on sale to the public Tuesday.

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