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The Collegiate Institute at Ottawa, Ontario, was burned Monday.

The Wesleyan football team on Monday elected Lea captain for next year.

The Worcester Tech. has entered 15 men for the W. A. C. games on Saturday.

The Athletic Association at the Worcester Tech. will give a minstrel show this winter.

Hopkins, the captain of the Andover eleven, is going to enter the class of '96 at Brown.

Capt. Bliss will put the candidates for Yale 'varsity nine into training to day at the gymnasium.

The Columbia nine has rented a New York Riding School grounds for practice in batting and base running.

A scheme is now on foot to organize a football league between Lafayette, Stevens, Rutgers and Lehigh.

Fifty candidates for the Yale freshman nine have commenced training under Beall, last year's 'varsity centre field.

The late judge L. I. C. Lamar received the degree of L. L. D. at Harvard, on the celebration of the 250th anniversary.

A Southern Athletic Association has been formed by most of the leading colleges of the South.

In the team race between Harvard and Yale at the B. A. A. games, the four men of each team will run 390 yards or three laps apiece.

Tokio, Japan, is probably the largest University city in the world. It has about 70,000 students within its walls during school time.

It is thought that Rev. William J. Tucker, D. D. one of the Andover professors may accept the presidency of Dartmouth College which has been offered him.

The Dartmouth College team which is to run against Amherst at the B. A. A. games will be Ides '93; Hall '94; Smalley '94; Claggett '94; with Eldred '96 and Chase '96 as substitutes.

Thirteen Universities have been suppressed by the Italian Government. There still remain, however, the old foundations of Padua, Bologna, Pavia, Pisa and Rome; Naples, Genoa and Paiermo are spared.

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