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The recitation in French 5 will be on Thursday this week instead of on Saturday.

There will be hour examinations tomorrow in History I and XII. There will be one Friday in History XI.

Rutgers has conferred the title of L. L. D. on Hon. W. W. Phelps, United States minister to Germany.

Students in German Ib are reminded that the exercise in composition will be the work for today's recitation.

A. C. Gildersleeve has been elected captain of the Columbia football team for next year. Wettlaufer, '92, has been chosen to captain the Stevens team.

As a result of the animosity between the sophomore and freshmen classes in the Columbia School of Mines a Christmas rush has been arranged and will take place on the college campus Friday morning.

The candidates for the Yale 'varsity crew, coached by Captain Allen, rowed in the tank on Saturday in the following order: Bow, Williams, '91; No. 2, Camp, L. S.; 3, Jones, '91 S.; 4, Tilson, '91; 5, Heffelfinger, '91 S.; 6, Ely, '91; 7, Rogers, '90 S.; stroke, Simms, '90 S.

The annual fall concert of the Glee and Banjo clubs and the Pierian So dality will be given to night in Sanders theatre.

It is announced that students need not be back after the Christmas recess until their first exercise Friday morning, January 3.

The Cornell freshmen will put a crew on the water this year and will probably challenge the Yale freshmen crew to a race at New London.

The Convocation at Oxford has authorized the expenditure of L500 to obtain a report upon the Greek MSS., especially upon the MSS. of Homer's poems.

The second 'varsity Banjo club at Yale has been organized for the year with C. H. Haskell, '90, as president, and R. Foster, '91, as secretary and treasurer.

The new lockers at the gymnasium are ready. As there are more applicants than lockers they will be given to men in the order they sign for them at the gymnasium.

There is a Russian named Babean who will enter Cornell as soon as he acquires a knowledge of the English language. He escaped from Russia by pretending to visit the Paris Exposition.

Assistant Professor Von Jageman will give the sixth lecture in the German Literature course tomorrow afternoon. His subject will be "The Romantic School and the German Philology."

Professor Francis G. Peabody was the principal guest of the Mass. School-Masters' club at its meeting at the Brunswick, Saturday last. He spoke on "The Education of the Dangerous Classes" which he interpreted to mean the dangerous classes in college.

At a meeting of the Canoe club held last evening the following men were elected: From the Law School O. B. Roberts. Skinner, Alwood; from '90, P. Garrison, Chamberlain; from '91, J. A. Parker, Lamb, Corning, A. B. Nichols, S. W. Allen, E. Codman; from '92, Cummin, Powers, Watriss, Hyams, Robbins, Rhoades, Thorndike, Steedman, Greenough, D, Jones; from '93-Dunn, Battelle, Falk, Merriam, Denny, Fearing, C. C. Baldwin, Pike, Robb, W C. Nichols.

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