Newspaper Page Text
AMONG THE COLLEGES.
PRINCETON. Mncatote, March B. -CM*** I. l*st?M??*. ?**?*? vlTk fit. h.a. indented to Sho?nlvor. Ity L brary. ,:,ih Hrnrv ?Zur,????. * [?? -"? ,;1; ,*? . ?# tilico l>i ? hM .?' .? Bil, bsssrlng the sstograph of i barloe IX, he ?cot King of rt:?ti*e, dttHng ?hose rolffl the St. Bartholomew massacres oeeurred. Il le dated at piula in IMT, end is s Mttw of appointment ol Oillvler Le Feure to a position m the royal > boM G?UfOSSOr Ubhey, ot the department of physical MSgrspbT ??"*' <-''"?-',:??1 ? ?SWnple'le set ?G tlio ?nnttsi catsloguee hwuod by tbe co4togo. These mtaioguee .?????<? ?? ?rent dra? oi' Intasreotlng Informa ; .?, ??? ashen the contents of the Older ?Boa are compared with the more modern Issues The annual d?bale for the Coubcrtla Medal OC ?urriil in Whig Hall on Wednesday nlnht. and ?? man b> Robot?. Pulton sterling. '97. or Penn ., This r.nil.il is ? prize founded by I< iron ibertln, of Paria and is given each year In fVhls, 'I?!' to ????*? member of the senior class wins first place In ? doliate on a question of I ?tics M De ?.'??libertin was In 1 rilioetoii ? The Triangle Club, the dramatic organisation of tiio university, i? preparing for their annual per? formance, which will :.ik place about ih<? middle ?' May A short farce, by ?'ator Hovering. '87. J "The Tiger l.ily." has been chosen by th?? a curtain lifter; tiie main programme win I.;?? be son** euch comedy as Lend Me Five Bhiuinrs?" C ?'?" titlon ?(,G tbe caat ??? open to all students of the university, and will lie?jri in a -. . laya \; Ihe regular meeting of the Monday N'lght Club on Tuesday evening, Profesaor Hliss Perry eaker, addressing th.? membera or the ?.?? on the subject "The Byron Revival." ?th of Professor Drummond last week ?.?- oi i'r::. ?!??. s. nt a telegram to S.-ot*:-.'. atudenta expressing Princeton's sympathy, M ?nday the following reply was received from Pi ??-> or Sim,'?on. of Aberdeen University : rai ..t Sterling, on Monday, at 3. Glory d?eiieth p., Emmanud'a Land Tlio annual series ot lecturea in '? he Stone course of the thoo:,-u: : temti try began Thursday in the l -minary chapel Professor w. W Moor??, of ? ? I'nion Theoiogl a! Bemlnar* o.' Hampton-Sld y, Va, Is the lecturer liiis y-ar. Ills subjeet l? "The Beginnings oi lebres Hleto y lu the Light ol Recen! Arch ? Rear-arch. The arrival of Mi ??arle, th?? coach, has put (e In the lall* baseball practice at the o,ge. li c1 ??? rigid training ? lins -? ., ?? ?? it ??? on W, Inaesday. The number .? lia)?tes waa as ?in r?? in ed the I rei of the ??-ck. ihere remaining only the following playera ' ? squad: Wilson, :'?: Jayne. 'fl; hitman, ?" Bradley, '91; Bast?n, '??: Kelly, ??; Thomson. tt; Harr??: *? ?;.??:?. ':9: McOlbbon ".<':?? guter '09? '?: Butler, 'M: Robinson, '00; Crookston, * ??.'?;. ??' Watklna '00; Angle. ?.?. and Hiiie "?'. The conditions! examinations were in ; <s last week, and until the results ol are announced no idea of th?, make-up of the team ? ai surately formed. It !s pretty sur.*? that several promlelng playera will he debarred, for tho ? 's rule is being enforced with the utmoet ru-or Mr Karle is not oversangulne of develop. championship team. The arel weather has : 1oor pr.T"i>?, mia se.tson. but Mc ?.??- trainer, hop? ? to have hi.- Cayere on the diamond in a day or two. The season will ? than two weeks. t-rangement s are belr.g ; ?rf?? ,-te-i for the hnii'in-j ?' ? ? irge * e track on th? lower campus for the use of candidates for the Mott Haven team Several riders have already gone Into training, and ar, effort ?sill be male io develop a strong team. The for the track te,;m continue work In the gymnasium, but expect to pet on the 'varsity tracs "-ion. A short cross-eo'intrv run was he'd Wednesday, in which about forty men participated. SMITH. Northampton. March 21.? The Philosophical So. clety hai an open meeting Saturday night In Col leg? Hall, r*r.f?-??ior Pierce, of Amberai < ?liege, ,-> Id rt SSi . the ? C tasty on "Secondary Consciousness" 1 ? He-, Mr Hodges, Pean of the Theological S * ?e*. spike at Vtspora on Sunday. Tw o ol ??. im iJ'ct bouaes of the campus gave a dan-, en Wednesday in the Alumnae Gymnasium. Professor Stone, of the Amherst Agricultural Col? lege. ;. -ned on botany le'ore the Hiologleal So? ot y .-. ?? ..rsday. The History Club met on Friday to hear papers on Fronde, Thlers and Otuaol The ?enior class is at ptesent making vigorous for the play annually given nt mm? mencement hy th- graduating c;,?.-s. Following the ? the two preceding yirs, th? committee h ,? engaged Alfred Voting, o' New-Torh, to a? - st Misa Ludella L. Fr.-k. professer of elocution, in training the actors. The Latin department Is rrepsr'ng to present the "Adelphol" of Teron????, !n dramatic form. DARTMOUTH. Man?ver, ft. H.. March 21 ? The an.iual cortesi for th??. Smith and claaa of ISM prlz-s for excel ?eneo In extemporaneous dehats and In original orations was hel?! Wednesday evening, March |g The first number wn? an ?xiemporanf ous ai? t>at?*? on tb? question, "Reeolv?*d, That Immigration should be further reatricteeV' The contestants were, for the afftlnnatlve, John Otis Blbley and Benjamin T. Marshall; for ;h?? nogatlvo, Frederic E. Bbaw and Pi ncia Ryan. The judgee of th?- conteet, J hn Herbert, '71. I-l F. Robinson, '7', -ind !I II Hilton, 'to, awarded the first prize of MO to Fred? er! ' ?. Shaw, ai d the second prize of ISO to John ?'tis Blbley. Th?? se rond part Include*] tiie follow? rations I. Wealth, tiie M< na ? Poi rament." Hawley B. chase; 2. "The f Science." Ernest P. Beelman; 3. "The United Bl tei ? ? '? " Nelson P. Rrown; 4? "The ? ? ? An ' George Abbot ?"?reen. The prizes ? ?. , .?. ;>, tive];.?, ?ere awarded to ? ? ?.?? A fireen and Ernasst P. Beelman. W. a. Rollini has recently publlahed the Hnanclal report of th? Fax?tball Association for the The report Bhows tha? tho total r? elpti ?. ? *:.??'???? ?. Including the balan<-e 1-ft from the ;f 18?S, $ji *7; tv;e amount ralaafd by taxation, from sate receipts, |n,0S3r7, and ?.fis amounting to ?77 Th? expenditures amounted to $1.907 C5, leaving a balance or. hat.d of (S28S. In addition there is due tho association on a??, ount of . I taxes, MM 3C. The iinal exercise li. senior rhetoiicala was hold March 10. The question for debate, 'Ought Borne .- item to He Adopted by Which the Dasgrea of ? ?. Can He Obtained from Colleges In Three - usaed by Messt??. ?Sargent and - Conway and Roma. A' the a ?? ate ? l'i Hilton, ':?". addressed the college on "The Outlook for the collet? Graduate." A m.'-.-ting of the Baseball Association was held Immediate]? after the rhetorical ex? ? lees, and the c im of ' .'? '??? ? inscribed for ?-.*? support of the team By the proposition "f the manager, ii nine ten tha of the amount Is paid before March St every atilden! will be admitted free to nil hom?* games. .?- . ? . - - AMHERST. Amh-rst. Mass.. March 21.?The Olee. ???)? nnd Mandolin clubs gave two concerts last w? ?k- Friday In Northampton and lact night the annual ? -t concert IS Col'.sgs Hall. Both were well at Al the Amherst concert a . wu t tm . y ? .. Quartet, co Profe sore Blgelow, Tbomraon, Crook and Q?s : |? ?; . ? ?? the aprine trip will be given In Bprlngfleld sexi Wedneada; night. The entries for the heavy gyaaasatic exhibition to v. . ? - iy afternoon in Pratt Gymnasium !n Ami ? rat an ; one open -. ?, ? ? ,;?,., ,,? ?The Literary Monthly * ? lued ?-? week, it Is tbe last numba r pub ' * Board ani la '.vrittet) entlreiy by r :?? if h-or Van Dyke of Rutgers College, delivered ?' "p rtralta and Portrait Painters" on w edeesda) eva nlng. The tallowing -? : or.- have won I.add prizes In ota ? ,-, ? k A H. Backus, ?I. W. tonxni a ? aroJVtMioi and T. J. McEvoy, Tie Rev. it Henry Van Dyke, ol New-Tork, pr.-SeV.H ?:. . , r.,, ir. h ,,,.,.;,,. 4, - VAflflAR. _ _''? laBkhesiela K, I . Mareh 21 The honor i?-f of ? aaossaaeel !,,- Monday, reads: Francesa Bock? * '" sn?? Bernkopf, Elisabeth ?Bishop, Adelaide Claflln, Msgsha Clark. Elo?sa Ellerjr, Oraos ?Land? ??li. Nancy MoaeUand Anna Rlchey, Alice Sawyer, ? ? ?'? ? ?? n f .. B?atrice Shaw, ? ' " ' Mal loa i;a\^r and Al!..- \\ hi 1 Ckflln, Landfleld, McClelland tSchauffler, .?A,on have ,""' *"''-i""1 """ ?/,'?? "i ' ,??11?."'113'^?" Board of Edltora Includca Sh?, ' , ,?"'?..?''''?,''""">'? Katharina H.um and .-'o?a.? "il ? ?..' iJ"-,n Hamilton and Bara ??,.,. '9t. Xir;:^^^^.'?Mi.l'i.:-!a.??'. reTirX ;.1iV?alld",Jm 'e!" ?? ,h* -????tfsslee lassaod by the . Ml?cedf,Bv.* ??^?"????? ??? hlstortcal sketch of'The Sir? "'m'- ?VX ?'* Praeeeesore. ser ?? ,,f ii" . ?i'!?T^n ?1'1*"-'*' S?ve the third of her Waa the eltT'"? Thu""'*y afiemoon. The subject Korlee * con,1"l'>D of woman who work ?fl On Friday e-'solng ? concert wa, gUen ,n th9 ohan*?! by ths New-York Ladle;?? Trio-Dors Valcaca , i ??"?, V.'??C 5t : ?:,?!" ??,? ''"G Heade, 'cellist, SIM Mabel Philip?, plani?!. ".-'h" etOOM t>. <'.->rt|iier" ws? ?'.??? BSturdsy rvon ins sa the fourth and Issi "hai! pis**" <-f the Phlta l. !" in Society. The spring vacation begins seal Fri.i-iv sad closes .?l.r.l ?.. - -?-. TALK New-Hsven, Conn., Marcii n.-Ths raost taper? : ??? ??,?'.?, nl ot the w--u ha? been the sondine loathe House ol Bepresemstl- ? of a petition signed by Presiden! Dwlghl sad ths atemben ot the rsenltlss of ihe university earnestly rsuuestlng thai tho ? In the Tariff Mil now before Congress pro vtdlng for duties on r>n-?k?. phlltMophlcsl apparato?, ? '"??. spec! illy Imported for use In colleges, publie II? brertes snd other Incorporated Institutions, he strichen out. The following juniors hare "?een rh?."!** ss r-pr-ak srs in the Ten Eych contest, or junior exhibition: Roberi vVodro*? Archbald, "Bngllsh Adnlrsls of the eighteenth Century"; Arthur Douglas? BsM win. "The Derolopmoni of South Africa**; Samuel Eliot ?assett, "ffectlonslta-u in Amerl.n.* Polities**; Lolita Sam! t '.? ry, '-*J?Mtl(mallsm In American Poli? tics": Robert Ktmbafl Rlehsrdson, "Joan of Ar "; Oeorge Mino; Rlpley, "Joan cf Arc"; Edward Clarh Str.*. -ter, "Heinrich Heine," nn?i Henry nur: Wright, "Armenia." ? ?peclal snd entarged number of "Thp fata Ree? m-,i" whs iMusd on sun;,in in celebration of the twenty-fifth snnlverssry of tin* founding <>f the pa? per. Oneef the most uniting features was a number of ?lratvlrrfs--* by graduates who w.i. ones ..lltora. Among thess were pictures bj t ?. Hanna, 'M s.; J. ?V. Ko??, tt ?.; ??. B Quinan ??-'?: S.; a P, Rogers, ? und Qrosvenor Atterbury, *fL Ths opening poem was written by l>. M Bsrstow, "S*. Raymond Mor?-.ni ????-?)>?, H, has ?>??<*? chosen chsirmsn of "The Kconi" for the oomlni ? ?-. nn.l Jewett Hamilton Beranton, '99, bualnesa mi n? sgsr. Th.? following men have received election? an -?lltors Philip \V. It.-imlU. "fg; F. ?;. Hlnadale, 'fg; B. W Jackson, 'tt 11. C, Cheney, 'fg. At a moctinf- of the Vai Lawn Tennis Associe? tlon, hell] G???? titiy, 'h.* following men were elected officers for nesl year: President, L O, Billings, tt; vlce-preratdent, it E. Stone, : ? B. ; ?ecretary ???I tre - irer, C. P. I>,>.ii;p, ? ,?. The bauch ill ?quadri have tn ? p ..????* to plsy si ths tv-iil timos? every daj durine it??? laei w? ? !.. bui th.* (round will no! yet permit game? between the scrub and the 'Varsity nines The tirst team In th? Infield has been playing this week with Letton, first bs*e; Humlln. second baae; Camp, - irti op, .?n<! Flncke, third, The favorite battery ai present |? made up of Greenway, pitcher, and tloodwin, catcher Qi ??! win snd Camp are both freehmen v-h > play with the experience of seniora Outside of Ore? iwsy ? ii promising pitchers ar?? llamlln. Hall Fearey, The fre-ihman ?quad haa been ? il down to thlrty-flt ? men, and ..:>? -oftcned by F. H. Sim? mons, *?, a ant ? mage?* of the university team. ? . material la pc-od. Th?? crew ha? Been on tho harbor all thi? week. "Bob" Cook :s still in town, sud will ?pend ? great deal of time on the men from now until th.? day ..?? the race The presen) order of rowing Is: Simp? son, ?troke: 7. Langford; 6, Whitnev; 5, Capta ?? Bailey; 4, Marsh; ?, Campbell; .', Hitchcock, and bow, no-Tors. The four men in the bow of lhe boat are ihe only onos who ere Ilk The n*cn who are most likely ?o - ?? im in .-?re Patterson, Mills. Orlswnld and Slocun O? rge A Adee, '',7. waa In town on Satur ? ? moa! of his coaching In pair-oar work with the fr<*sh ? The s. hedule of ? mi inlver Ity baseball ??..?', haa been ?*?\'*-. oui and ?? aa ? ?II ?we: April i. .lohn* " ?pkli si X? tv-rlai ?.: 4prll 7, Weslej in ar New-Haven: April 10 New-York L ague a) New York; April .1. Ma ihati ge at New-York; April 16, ',? ??*??? iwr. Cnlvera?ty a: Georgetown; ?, .' 16, Hampton at Hampton; Aprii i7. Cnlverslty of Virginia st Charlotte?villa; April 19, L'niversltj of Virginia it Lyn nburg; April .''. Cnlverslty Of North Cai it Dai '.?? r-:i S4, Williams si New-Haven; April _*. \m1 ml ? ?mherst; May I, Urown Bt New-Hav.-? : May S, Lafayette a! New Haven; May \ Wesleyan U Uiddletown; Ma I, University of Virginia a* New-Hi ven; May w An? dover st Anderer; May IS. Brown si Providence; May It, Amhersl it New-Haven: Msy tt, Orange Athletic Club st ra?; ortngp. Msy :*i. !..hl*rn st New-Hsven; Msy 29, Brown <.t ?? ?vldence; June .'. Holy Cross st New-Hsven or Springfield; June "?. : Princeton st New-Hsven; June t. University of Vermont st New-Hiven; June 1-. Princeton ar ? Princeton; June ::?. Princeton (In ta^e of .. tie) '???? , New-Tork; June M, Harvard st Cambridge: June l 20. Hsrvard al New-? iven: July 9, Harvard ?? case of tip) on neurrnl grounda BRTN MAV.'R. Bryn Mawr, Penn., Mirri?, 71.?The three trav.l | ling fellowships were snnounced for th* year !S?" > fg by President Thomas Thursdsy morning. The ; Msry E. Oarrett European Fellowship, open to t graduate ?tutlents In the s?oond (or lat-r) year of m ri< st Bryn Mswr, will be awvrded te Miss lirnilie Norton Martin, of Ardmore, Penn., A. f:.. , Hryn Mawr, I1M, whose epp.rial work is math - nintlcs, ani who h,!.l th^ rpsH^nt fellowship In ? mathematics In i*>p."-t-c. The pt*eslda?j?t'i Fellow 1 ship, oppn to graduate ?t-idcnt;? in th-? fir--: year of ! work nt Bryn Mawr, will ho held hy Miss Ellen j Ro?e Giles, of Philadelphia, A. B. and A. M.. Riyn \ Mawr, :y-f>. who at pres?r.t holrls the scholarship ; In Semitic l'?rg>:a-T'?* at I-iryn Mawr. an.i who Will , devote her ?'orol^n fellowship to work In the same lanausges snd in philosophy. Th?? Bryn Mawr European Fellowahlp, annually swsrded to a mpm lior of the graduating ctaaa on the ground of ex ' <?? Hence In in ??, win be held by Miss Mar? rei Hamilton, of Fort Wsyne. Ind.."w!, -?? wi rk In biology .-.??! chemistry wa? apeclally commended, ???.'G awarding the Bryn Mawi European Pellow? .?hip .M - Thomas read the names of >'.x under? gradual? s whose college work hrouarht thpm Into ill.* rank of ? and! . t. The eleven residen! fellowships will not h?-? swsrd? ed until n<--xt monili, api licatlon for thi'in i^imr re . ? I ni? to April li, These ar?* of the value of >-.".. and sre sward?*d annually?one in (?r.'k, one In I.atln, unp in English, t.nc In Oerman snd Teu? tonic philosophy, or:,? In Homan?*,? language?, one In history or politi al sci nee, one In phll? one ;n mathematics, one in physics, one in <*hern is;ry and one !i: blol gy. On v?*edne?lay evening the Rev, .1. Bparhawk Jones preached In the college ? fin???1 hpforp the atudents. On Saturday svenine an Informal mppting of th. Qraduate Club was held !ri the clubrooms Miss Caroline O. Brombacher, fellow In Greek, a gradu? a:?* of Barnard 'Oii.-sr?.?, >?i.jk<? <;n Barnard <oi?.-i?p. Thla ?*.?.-,, one of a aerie? of talk? on the .liffpreni ? . by the representative? of ?--,-.??it in the Graduate Club. -?- ? WELLESLET. w? llealey, Msss., March H.?The winter t-rm of eleven wppks will close ? ? ? ?'? !? ck or. vVsdnesday afternoon, snd the spring recesa will r\:>-tid to Tuesday morning, April <;. The recent petition of enlor class for a "senior vscstlon" in th?? apring term .'.?| been granted, snd this vacation will begin ?? .Inno 10, after Which dat. no oluMa r.?om work will ?><- required from tho?? aenlora who hav. no arrear? of work. Bishop John F. ihir.it. of Wsshlngton, I?. C. preached th!? morning at the coilese Iti.-har.l Burton gave ur. Interesting talk yesterday tn tho ? urrent topica ? ourse. The J?niora will ???-? a reception to th.- freshmen on Monday afternoon, In accordance with the an? nua! custom Mme Ba*umowaka?Adsmowski li es? pi ' ?: ;>. give ? plano recital on Monday evening The March tin m bei of "The Wellealey Magasine" r ntalna a leading article by Professor Katharine Coman on "Spaln'i A lltude Toward tl.?? ?'ah.m War." In t!i. ?ame number ol the magasine Is published the story which received the first prise offered y l e editora "The Dwarf o, lhe Fourth w.,?.,." bj Mit* Lticj Bran ii All? n, '7 The Maga cine Board for l*!^-'f-S ha? been elected aa follow?: U Bcott: aattocl. editor, Rachel S ??..:,?.?. literary editors, Mary Melone, Rlisabeth McM'llan, Bernlt-ti Kelle?, and Winifred 8. Loughrtdge; bustnesa editora Mary L* Bsrker ami Eva Pol ter. Out-of-door ?port? ero being rapidly org;'?ii!z< .1 by the clssi of '00 Mies H?::. director of the symns? slum, reporl i mdldntea scct-pted for basket? ball. S3 on pleasure crew? id 33 on. la*? en wi. The golf club In the asme class ? umber? ? members, t).? bicycle club 23 end the erosa-country walking All bul even let ? members of the ctaaa ..?.? enrolled In one or m? re of thess orgsnlsstlons ? ? W II.1.1 AM*. Wllllsmstown, Mass., March .: Tho baseball schedule h;..^ been published foi the coming season, p < os.-r.-? sn unususllj ' rge number^of gsmea snd I ?? addition to lhe usual cata.' the ???????? will play j Brown L'nieerelty al l*1*o*/hlence end Come Wllllamstown. Lewla the captain of Issi year's nine, will coach the battery, and Draper, .?.I'tain In I :?. ra/iu tal charge of the other work. There will be no outside professional coaching. The usual 11, oration Day game wl h Amhersl wl ? be played year on the Saturda for? Decoral Ion Di ? . Sophomore Prom* lade ? on mitte? hi ai work, and Ihe dance is announced for Krlday evening. May tt, ; ? evening before the Amherat u .? Thi? will be u. ihir.i aophomore "prom" at Williams, the flral havln| been glv**o by '97 The price of llckeli Is raised thla veer u? 10. This has , ..?l, j forth . on id? rabie criticism. The committee tr,.m the Adelphlc LTnioh which ? appointed to luggeet s rtcheme for awarding tho prise offered hv the irusteei at the last com? , ',. . , . men! f<>i >-.v.?. Ilence tn debating has m ide Ita ',.,,,, They ?uggeet three prise? to be ?>; .-n to . of ?., || erai ? *-"? let!? - The prise? ar. t? be awarded al ?? debate lo b? held ;:i commence ..,..', ',?,,. queetioi, for debate being cboeen ? :. a membei of the fatuity, and th? Idea and order of .h.. Kpeakera being determlt.> lot l . freahmen and aophomoi ? celebrated the ?, the hat? hei b? twee . th? ? Imim by the ,.,,,.? ?I "ahirt-tair psi ide on the sveni is of St. PHtrlck'a Dai The freahmen, clad In nightshirt?, '.' .,|, ,i bj a bras* band marched In procession, ? ? it! thedlacharge ol fireworks, up m?i doom Main? ai I nd th? nee to the old ? amp w, where there eras ! rush end a huge bonfire i, s mi., Fessenden ' ..irk.?, profi *??or of | .,',-, ? h i.i on wiiii Mra ?'ink,, arrived homi. '.?,,?.'?,.' rffteVm ?, ly a yea^i a b-ence ?broad Pro- ' fesaor Clarke will lake the aovhomore ?our??- ir. . ''''oi'^Vr'^mi'X'r of "The Wllllsms WiPkly'' bSJ ; troll the wlliism-^L-nSttlon of Japanese penning? ^'Vem^r? .n'e'rV.t and value. The ro.l.ctlon Now is when you need Scott's ? Emulsion, especially ?f you had the Grippe, and the system is depleted and you are virtually exhausted. A I tonic won't do. You need the com? ? Lined food and tonic properties of ? Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil with I h po phosphite s and Glycerine. ? It will give you flesh and strength, , and tone up your nervous system in a manner tint will almost surprise you. Ask your doctor about it if you will. His word will strengthen ours. waa on exhibition laturdsy afternoon. March :? it Included thirty kakemonos and four sor? ens repre eentative of the principal schools of Japanern art from Ilio flff.-entli to the middle of the nine!. . lit il c.'iitiirv. The exhibition Included also a good collec? tion Of BookWOOd and oth?r kin.Is ol pCtteiX 1 was attended by ? large numlar of studente, and by nini,? people from William-town and (forth Ad HARVARD. Cambridge, Mass., Msrch U. t?,.? ?:,.?' incident of th?? wok in athletics wss the arrival of Mr. Lehmann un Friday and his splendid reception by the stu? dents. G. is s.i'?? to aay thai Harvard has never before had a coach who was .?.i popular with the ugnerai miss of Studente, ?? .firmo?:.' Crowd gathered st Harvard Square to moot Mr. Lehmann. but lust fltfssed his carruga and rurbed down to ihe 'Varsity boathouse, where, under the leadership of N'irlo;) Bhaw Of the football team, the* cheered M:. Lehmann. Captain QoodrlCh ard tl. ? crew r? pasatedly. The coach was greatly pleaeed artth hla reception and ?tatted on hla work al on o. He ex? pressed him?eif as well Batlsrted wtth the [?rogres? made by the men In his absence, and Beemed to be eonfldea of succet ? ai Poughkeepsle. Ta?? re.??!, rowed as they have boon rowing in this orle:. 1 roh . Bull: 7. Qoodrlch: r>. Thomson; ?'. J ': Perkins; I, Bprague; ?.. Holllster: '-'. J. P. Perkins! bow. Moulton (Wrlghtlngt , . Th? new Davy shell waa used for the fi rat tlm? Mi Lehmann was grout I) Intereat? d In t] t srorli ? ' the Wi Id Boat ? Regular clas? crewa ha*'? been rorrasd Bin ng the club ? ?? ? ; ? id they w! . iw on thi rame day as ;he regulni sa re - In this way a m ioli : numi.of men will row thl ?? ? ir than ever . ani this ia Just what Mr, Lehmann be? lieves that Harvard in ks general ?participation In training The Weld Boat Clul srU also enter two ? in t ie city of Boet :? ? atta en June ?T. T indldatee for t!-.?? Moti Haven team expoc: to bo ,, ila ? ? practlaa oc Holmes Field to-morrow :? - the weather prevents. This Is a week or ir.ler than lis: year. ? challenge hai been : .??. ? by Captain Vincent ef : :?? trach team :?? ?end some men to the big athletic m??.?? in Chicago April 20 to meet Leland Bianford rnlverslty ? relay r..oe. Tnis will probably be declined ?? ? o m.-e. ? ? ? "lark, ?. s . w ? fu areekl) shot-putting con;? ; A meeting of 'h?-? Yacht club was hell on Wednes? day, and ?: wis decided to challenge V.? e for a re? gatta ti be held at Newport un or about .l'ine tt, rali has been successful In both tre former re? gattas, which were held at N'ew-I.nnion with 'he Varsity boat races, bui Harvard ? e ma to have better chance? of winning this year. N'owport I? a better ;? a ? >? for Harvard, and more boil? will enter t?tere. No yachts over forty fee; in length of water lino will t.e allowed to omp"te. The yachta in both clubs will I o dp-i led into classes according 10 length, and the trophy Sill be j-iven to ;he B?U0 winning the greater number of pointa The race win be on a strictly amateur basis, each yacht being railed by it.? student-owner The Pen .ng Club Is busliy preparing for the an? nual Intereoll-glate Tournament to be held in N? \v York on April 2". Tuesday evening the rl ib h.i I a tournament which was very successful. Mr. creen, !.. S., won first place, and F. W, Pa'.frev ?e-ind The?? m. n. with M I>e [Mas, ':??: K. Pulitzer, '??0. and A. P.. Lapsley, ?9, have the he?; chance? of rep? resenting Harvard in the tournament Oreen Is ?? lick, but weak on the defer.?? ?vo, Pulitzer I? too slow, and r?ls7. has poor form, but these faults .ire .-?:? g ,? rrfctej ?lowly. The warm weather hss brought out the laorosse n*.en and they aro practising Sally, Tho following ramea ."..tve ? een scheduled: Lehlgfa at Bethlehem, May I; Stevens Institute at Hoboken, ?,?- i??; Cres tefll Athletic Association nt Cambridge. May if. ivs. ics these Toronto ?nlveraily will nlay aere early ... .'ine, and several fimo.? will b? played with the Uoston lacrosse Club. The freshmen are going to have an unusually strong baseball i-am this year. A new plan of ? Dig aa? be.n adopted. By this a new tem? por?r? captain la Selected each wo?k This will, it Is thought, prevent any inexp^rien 1 man being finally chosen to ?ill the place ," rnvnentlv. W. I.. C.irrlson, Jr., 'f?7. has hid to resign his potiti in as coach, and Edmund Stephens, ':?;, has taken hla place, Thursday evenlne In Roston. the Postnn Clan CTub defeated the Harvard Club bv the close acore of five to four. Wednesday evening the Harvard Forum and the Prospect l'nlon debated the question; "Resolved, That the present method nf electing ?"nlted Stateti Senators is preferable to election bv popular -ote " The Rev. Robert B. Blv presided, and ? M. Greg? ory, ''-,; F. < ?. i'.ratwik. '!t7, and W. B. Trtiesde I tl, represented -he Forum. Next Friday the ani miai Harvard-Tale debate will be held in Ssnders's Theatre, After the debate a aupper will be -riven the participants at Young's. May U an Interclass debate will be held between the Freshman ?De? bating Club and the Sophomore members Of the I'nion. To-morrow evening Professor Barrett Wendell's Phy. "Raleigh In Qulana," will be produced al Ban ders'i Theatre under the auspices at the English Department Saturday evening the flrsl erform ance of the ?'.'G'??' Francala pia'- "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme" will be given. rtehearaala an In progress tor the Hasty Pudding opere. "The Flying Dutchman," and for "Fooi'a Gola," to be braucht out by t:,.? PI El ? .<.. li tv. A now dormitory*, t.. be named Randolph Hall la to b I illi by the Coolidae estate on Mount Auburn at., between Bow and Plympton. Th?? building win contain flfty suites arranged around three s I? ? of a court ? ? LEIIIOH, South Bethlehem, Penti., March f? H. M Kommt, of th? department of literature, delivered th" third ??f lh? rl? -ot I'r.lverslty Extension lectures in the Central High School Hall on Tu???.;.... ?venin- ms Bubjecl waa "Ths English ?Drama." The iniitors In the department of civil engineor i?." spent the latter pari of bul a.k iti Hast?,? ln ng bridge? Profes or Harding, of tiie department of ph ?dl retire from active w.,rl< in the University ?it tha ' clcse of the college year. Professor Harding has been connected with the University for twenty-five years, and lia.? during these years contributed largely t?> Ita growth and usefulness. He has done remarkable work with the department of physics and electricity, and it wai on ?.ount ol hla earnest work that the new phyaical laboratory was built. The true tees of the rnlverslty, In r? ?? ognltlon of his long and faithful service, hav. appointed him Professor Em? rltua of Physics In the I'nlversliy. BTRACUSE Byracuse, ?'. Y . March 2\ On Tuesday a'*."-? ? >n the senior clase of thi L'nlverslty held s meeting, at which the principal matter u:> for di ci ? ib whether th?? custom ?*' wearing caps and gowns she ilo I.?? adopted The majority nt the clan wet?? it, favor ?if I', and adopted a resolution to that ef? fect. Th- '-.ips and gowns win not. however, be assumed until the class moves up In chapel, ? ? ifi .-?o:? ? 'harles '!'. Brockway. wbo ii ?? for sa r? ?ral yarar? I.??? ti It: 'hur-?' ,,f thl ?I? ?lattili, -tit '.f . hltecture In th.- College of Pine Arts, annqun ??.: :?> hla atudents on Thursday morning thai with ihe ??:' ii.-- present ...Oc?ate year hi? relations with the L'nlverslty would cease. ? meeting of thai atudenta waa held on Thursday morning. After considerable debate th.? require? ments proposed bj tin Athletic Committee wars Ol or.-.i sustained. Tb.-y ,.r?? ihat any person, In order t?. b.? considered eligible t" compete en anj of tin? athletic teams, must be an an iteur athlete, under the d?t*llnltl?t?n promulgattsd by tn?? Intercolie g .;.? Asaodatlon nf Amateur Athletes ?>f America; i,.? ahn p further be a regularly enrolled student in Byracuse University, taking a .-?uirs.? Involving '-n hours, recltatlona or le lures, a week since ihe ?,, 'Vlous October 15. This rulo shall not be con? strued .-.< o- t., make Ineligible a new student be? tween ?!," time of opening of the fall tenu of e?>l lege .m?! October II nf the same year This tul?? s?mil not be retroactivas A third rule relating to a fi ora ano! ha r ollegi wai ? fen d back to ? be committee for rev- >i ? WSSLETAN. Mldiil? tow.", ?'orni. March B.?ThS freshman ?lass hss slsci d ?' ?!. Johnston nunager "f lbs baseball teem. "The Lit." Board has givasn elee tion? u, a. v. Ci.ndrioh and ?: M. Bpancor, both ,,f th?? (?lass ?it tt, Further etsetksoa win be g????? in M I] The senior elaaa elected Ote full slate of sfBcers aid apeakera fnr class day. as ?presented by tbe ??,,,.,?. ttlng Committee The ?late l^ President, P w no? orator, B, ?'? Browned; historian, L ? ?AtIIman prophet, VV U. Guernsey; pipe ceremony, ?j j.? Davis; presentation ceremony, ?, ? North; :, . ,'.,;,!,,,?, ? C. Moore; rhoragua, ?. B. Law; . ,? it c Wilson; Claaa Da) Committee, R '?. ,... ?Ht ?chairman?. W, H s McMorrta, ? ?. Bt'naer ? ?, North. ??'? '?? Jeaier, ?' L ???? kw.-il and it' iv Wilson The ? saa ?.t will be omitted ???? ihe claes-daj ? *?: I?*1 Th? Vnim - Men a ? hriatlan Ask* laiion held Ita nual ,?.... ?g lut Wedneaday night, snd elecu-d l,e new ????t? for the .fernlag >""/?*/"'?;'V Hresideni ? l- Milla ???? ric^preetdent, '. !.. ?pG?'? ??; corresponding -.'?-rotar?., ? B Ugg, -. i.'cord'ing secretary, ?'. Bllllngtofl. ??: treas ' r ? ? N'oves 'M ThO newll el,.".-,! H'.if'l UM.?f inte eef? next Wedne?,i.,v sight, after ?^,:\???.?? Maliel.e, will de liver the annual sdir.?? ut thot liase. The track^tUhletle innnsgement ha. five meet? MbUatod for the five successive Eaturdaj?. be ginning Muy 1. and tin?, d.cided. on account of thi? .??rain, to ?end no reta) teatri to rompete ut th'? I University of Pennarlvanta carnival on April 21. I Tin? meets as scheduled are: May 1, Int?r?ts??: ! Msy ?. Kew-Ti rk Cnlverslty; Msy i?"., Trinity; May ' B, Worcester; May :?<?, Moti Reran. "Tn" < ?Ma Podrida,' th.? r. (fular college annual, I win ?-? "ot on -..?? n???a.t week The basehali work iva? begun outside tgsln last I Thursday Th?? poor mat?riel has been weeded out, 1 leaving seventeen men In the squsd. ? couple ? of ih.i:i".s hu.? I.,?, ? made r,,?,?, ?..1 ry in the ached? i*l*? t..m -?? "f ti,,? Tale-Harvard agreement? Tale a .Mi?:.11. town, Ma ? ? instead of May 1:, University ,,r ??...?it.. it .Mu?.11.'town. June ?". ??G?'? ???.YOKE. Boutll Iladley, ??*?*?., Mar. h 21. ?The spring vn cstlon at Mount HoJyohe begin? on Tueeday. By ?.,.'.? of th?* faculty the s.-nlors nre allowed an sd? dltlonal week, which they ur?' slrssdy enjoying. i>r Charles Toung, the IMneeton sstronomer, '. lins ??ist completed hi? biennial ?ourse of lectures hi re. Professor Cornil'n ?'lenp. of the Departmsnl of Zoology. Is pit inrr th?? Biological Club a series, of lectures on Wetasmanntam whieh nre much en? joyed. The class Studying trees has finished I's ronrse with some prsctieal work In grafting Dr M'irlann.'i IMI.ronk. of the Kobe College, Japan, one of the founders of the M. if. M. A. So? ciety, IS 1 pn*i-t at the collegi?. Th.- college <',?ee and Banjo clubs will give s ?artes of concert? In vacation in Hartford, New Haven. New-York Montclalr, Fa.ton and Phllu delphta. I?r Henry ??? Dyke gives hl. lecture on "Ten? nyson" on Friday evening, under the auspices of th?? cil. t*.* Lecture Association. UNION*. Bcbenectady. N. T.. March 2!.?At th? Indoor ath? letic meet held last Thurs.lny night, much enthusl ."sm was shown. In the fence vault Deyoe. '!>?. broke tin* old c*attage record by uo inches, estab? lishing a record of ? feel I Inches. The winners of i In? Other contests were hs follows: Standing hlRh Jump. Ilpyr.e. :??. 4 feet 7' Inches: 30-yard ?lash. Davis, '00, S sec ; MO-yard dash. 0*l*felll, ??7. 1 min. l**j see.; 12-pound shot put, Thatcher, '00, M feet .". Iii.-hes; mile run. Wright. *flg, .', min. -tt', s.???.: mile ?al' . Cotton, ?'7, 8 niln. ? sec; running high jump. Deyoe 'Its and Jones, uh. Ha, ;, feel I inch, high kl.k Haher. '98, s f,-et au, luche?; 20-yard hurdle. Cro there, '98, ? ?t-S sec The ? cor.? r.f points mad? ? different Clasaes was as follows: ?'lass of 'i?7. P't points, class of !??.. G?." points; class of '!*!?, i.'.'.?; s pointa; claaa of 'no, ?UuV point?. Th?? best Indi Idual recorda were made by Deyoe, i?s. who won 7?? points, and Ptoher, ?"t poiiits. The Committee on Athletics of the ?*. ?. ?. ? ? ?. ?.? ?? held fri litica on Saturday, Mardi 13. The foot? ball ?chedulea for nesl year wer? arranged. To date L'nlon'a pchedule la aa follows; Hamilton, on campus, Octobci -j; Laureates, in Troj. October 16; Uol,art. at Sehe.;. , t,,iy. October 3(1 Syracuse, at Byracu e, 0.t ?Et; Rutgers, st Albany, October SO; Laureates, on campus. November :t: Colgate st Hamilton, November ft nr.d Princeton, at Prlncp ;r,?. Vovemb? r la The committee decide,) :o hold the field day meet at dica about the middle ot May. On the evening of the same day a lolni conceri of the four col? lege Bssortationa will l.<* given, during which the prise? will i.e awarded, Al a recent meeting of the N. C. Y. M. C. A. the following officer? were elected: President, it ? Ueste, '08; vi? ? ? ? Id? ?! ?: II. Rodger?, '!>8; re cordlng eeretary, E w s-r. hl*. '90; cnrrespondlns ?eeretary, ??. C. Perry, '08; treasurer, <;. ? liait-, fio. --O "CORNELL? Ithaca, tt. ? . March 21. Professor F. A. Fuenes, director of ?he College of civil Engineering, ha. I hern elected consulting engineer of rhe Land Office The snstomlcsl depsr ment recently received from , r?r. \?. ? Conklin of Sew-Tork 'lie body of s , baboon pronounced by Dr. Conklin to he the most Intelligent baboon in "he wo; Id. It had performed th? ?lurte, of staare manager for a troupe ..f playing monkeya Beversl member? of ?he department are Inveatlgatlng tlie habit* and economic Importance of the tir-h of Cayuga Lake Special perm ?sion has h?en ohtilned from th?* State Flan Commission to take Rah with a seine for this pu; pose Th. winner* at the las! winter meet nre as fol? lows; Heavy weight arrestUna (open), H. A Reed; ?pedal .lass boxing (novice), Iv. ? ?lensley; welter? weicht boxing (open). ? I Robinson: llttht weight ?rreatling (open), L. L. Emerson; light areighl ?.?-?< llii; (nOVtcef, J H. Por:er. Ilgh weight boxili.? (open), 0. ? Wird: middle r.?, ??rhr wrestllnc (nov? ice), J. II. Mitchell: welter weight botine (novice), II. .1. Wast wood; heavy weight boxing (open), T. P. Peniteli examinations begin on Tuosdsy, and 'he term closes on Ft.day. The spring term sill open on Tuesday, April ft The orations suhmltted In competition for th? Woodford Prize are due on April ft Thei? are about forty competitors for the 'Si Memorisi Prize srai-e. President Bchurmsnn has h'-en invited to address tl ?? annual meeting of the Buresu of Labor and ? ' :rl:ies at Syracuse. The crew? were not ahi? to ?et out upon the Inlet until Saturday, hut worked ?tesdlly In the gym Coach Courtney wa? unable to gira his perrons! attention to the trainine: for severs] days, on account of a death In his family. A new paper ?hell ( SS been ordered from Water . of Troy, and a new cedar shell from the Detroit Moat Company. The last lecture nf the term before the College of Civil Engineering WSS delivered on Friday by Erasmus r> Presten, *T5, on "The Transcontinental Arc.'' ???????, President Morion has arranged for a course of lecturas on "Business Methode" to be given this week. Tho first will be on Tuesday at 3 p. m. by IT. de ?. Parsons, M K.: the second on Wednesday st I p. m. on "Double-Entry Bwkkeeplng and Ac? countlng" by ??. n. Turnbull, of the Guarantee Trust Company e>f New-York City, and the third and final one on Friday at 15 p. m. on "Business Methi Is and Banking" by William Stierer, man? ag? r of the New-York Clearing House, ap the lectures win be delivered in Professor w.*->d's l?vt u re-room, Many itudents were indignant on Tuesday. The old bulletin board which stood In the main en trance hall had bren removed and a new ?:?.<? put In Its place. II was all righi as a hulietln board. hut around ?he aides of the board w.-re a lot of celluloid plates bes ring advertisements, The ad vertisers were rep?tenle firm?, "ut the students raid there was no preceden! for such an arrange? ment, and they did not believe the Institute should bo used aa an advertising medium. They at once prepared .1 petition for th?? removal of th.? bulletin i?? aro. and aa sunn a-? tin- names of all the itudents .??? obtained the petition ?Hi be present??,1 to Presi? dent Morton Professor Dasnton will take the senior els sa on an ? tion trip t.. Hartford some day this week, a hen the? will visit the manufacturing Industrlea ? city. The >enlor claaa will hol?l its dinner at the Arena dnesday night, and the sophomore class at tha Marltiorough on Friday night. NORMAL COI.LEOM. w The annual report of ?p-sldent Hunter to ths Hoar?! of Trustees lia? been published, and to !' are ndde,1 the reporta of the different professors and .1 onta ogue of students According to the praaMent'a riporr there ar?j 2.\"" students enrolled this year, against Ijn last year, the total graduation being C?Si!. In ord.r to prevent overcrowding the presi? dent 1 ,,s baten directed by the Executive commit tee lo Inform th?? principals of the aehools da* only ??) studente, selected In order of merit, woul ! h. admitted neat .1 ine The establishment of high schools in the rity will assist greatly In the pre? vention of overcrowding In th?? college. The re? port remarks upon the excellence of instruction In the girla' grammar ? was proved ut the lasi examination for admission, when over ci p'-r cent of the candidat? lucaca sfuliy paaaed. As reu.ir.?, ib?? proposed establlshmonl of high aehools, ths president heartily favors the under? taking, as 1. ? be iev.-. it will t;e of great advantage in rawing the course of study in tha college on 1 arili bridgs over th.?? step from grammar school to college, il?- nlsn favors two high school-?uu Kng llsh high school for business 1 ?.urses, with French and German, and ? Latin high school, for college? preparation The report contains statistics, among tha m .1 tubi?' showing average a?res for the different sections ol the Introductory eiuss and tho average age of the class, This is tifte.-n yeare and nine months The awarda of priz??? of ?V-?, too ami ,2?, offered by the Society of ?Oionui Damea of the Btal? of New-Vork for th? Brsl time, for ih?> best. composlttun on Colonial history, are announcaed, as fol lo we; Mi-? Josephine H Braun, Brat; Mies ? Atallna V. Paes, second, and Mlaa Filen de Koater, third. Six of the graduales ,.t laat year are men? tion?.??! as having been neither late nor absein In the entire coure?, as follows: O. N. W? I'rlng, I?' M i id, ?. Wlnterburn, O. A Dudek, M Kuenetler and ? ?. Wager. In the register of students are given the different standit-? of thi students tu each section. The llfst three in each Bee tion are or follows: A C ?'?. A L Mix. C, P. Berliner and K. g ? ' ? ''. i, ??. ? Bjerrliig, ??: Laowensti ? and H. W, Baker: A 4. F. Merrttt, H. U. Jacobean a-..? K. Phillips; H ?. a. Baer. U Wood and J. M. Cliudoba; ?' ?. !.. L?aak, ? l. Downs and ?, B, pisa ?- ? 1. T. s helder, S. Mets and li. Naah; ? ? ?., p ????-1. 1 Klrschner and M A. Brewer; A ?' ?, G ?. Klrby. ? '. ?. Cray and S. Weiner; it ?? ?. a. II Wilson, L B. Orowoll and F. ?Lauler bach; A I, ? 1, Baubiurbeck, C, W, Ferdon and 1, ?? Craven; !'? " N. Qent. .! McPherson and ?'. Coy:??; ?' 3. I* F-ederleln, H. Oreenatad A. Bchu 1; pa r ??* Bergman. U U Bchlondort and 1" Rod? ? i'. l> Saiiipiiii. I. A. Bchnelker and !.. li Nicol: A ?' :. ?. E Tynd ill ?. Chllda, K. II. Kl,., ; H 1 ' :,. ? '. I. P> ? , M P. Lyon and I. V \ :., ri ???- :>.. m Ler?alng, I? Newborg and M R iiromberg I ? ' ' I, K. 'l'h..mus. .1 ES. Baets? und ? Buttile? A : M J M.dim, R I'. Hamlll und M. M. ? .,? ,?' I. Moray. ?. ?Horn ?ml It. Pucha; C 2, H Van Pra ig, ? ' ' L?e- ? and J. ? ' Byrne; l> :?, l?'. Btelnei 1. Well and C ?Ueeker; G. I B. Cahn, I Mota and M Qreiael; A C -'. K. s Michela, I F Isaacs snd 1 Paley; ? ?' -. M. Bardenaon. K. c. Bourke and ??. L Ooodrich; C C t, E Blumenthai, A ?' Calaban and B, Waldhelmer; i? C -, A ?, Rostetter E Keyee and A. Van Orden; E C '.'. ? M Bbeerin B, l*owler ,??id f H Mes,mor??; a P, J E Plum'. E D. Hlrschfleld and H Marke; ? ?. I Totten 1 I'.'gliiit.in and II. Bchoenatein; C r, M i; t|?rt C C.dllehai un?! A. <?. Hutu?; A l?. O. Krauakopf, L 8. Zets-tie and il. M Kuttflsr, B U. ??.! I. Haerii K Meyer und 1 A Nelson, ?' ?J. l.. Kreleler H Ikbenfeid und K l'nhn; A C F. a Molt I Cowman and A, M, Slemon It C F. M. Bo?t inetri I? Boat roam and I? B, Hoblnsoii; ?' C ?. W Nathan M .' Iiigenthnrn and I F Bedell D C F. L. F. Iv Ali-i.?. U. E. Milles and I. de ?. Mendes; (^??SeS-**!??^^ S PRESIDENT DIAZ SOLDIER AND STATESMAN Dy OURLES F. LUMMIS Thi'i artici'? gives .? graphic account of lite career of tu?? distinguished President of Mexico, whose putr?otism end (grasp oi a.i.iiis have mad'? *.'j<'h a vivid impression upon tin- recent history und fortunes ?if that Republic. With many i?ustrations. wfigoct. WASHINGTON AND THE FRENCH CRAZE OF '93 Prnfc^s.-ir I'?hn lln ?? M< MaSTEg describes the enthusiasm for os tentat Otts rep tbltCs'nism aroused by the first ?..?crcMeso? the French Re ?i'ihii', snd especially by ?? Citiseli " (?etiet, the Fretneh ambassador. The illustrations, including tlie irontfepiece in color, are by Howard P?lf.. Paleontologica* Progress of the Century Dy HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS, MD. niuatr.ted. White Man's Africa, By poultney eigelow Illu?trated by H. CATON WOODV.'LI.E The fiction of the nunibcr is csp-<ia?ly noteworthy. including "Tlie Martian." by Ge<x<?e du Mauricr, and short stories by Brirder Matthe-*??? and Margaret Deland. APRIL ISSUE HARPER'S MAGAZINE ?es?-*??*?*.^^ c a ?. t.. j. Quintan. Dreyfus M. A. Newktrk snd B. A. COLUMBIA. When Columbia mnvp? uptown ? n ?s of President Low's plans of unification of th. various depart? monts Into a university proper will g-o Into effect. There -?-1!? no longer be ? rc(?l?trnr for each depart? j mont. Th? office win i?o sboHshsg, sii cf *he regis? tration work being ettenoed to by the buresr, who win probiihiy he ssststed by the pre.ent registrara Thi?. of course, ?iocs not apply ?o the College of ? Physicians Snd Surgeons. Where the present sys i t?m win bo continued. All of the stsnographsrs ! srlll occupy a room In the president's office, and I they will he nsstened, upon request, to attend any pr? fessor who may require ?heir aervtcea Csptsln r.ijur has srrsngtjd to hold sn open set cf crames on Msy ?, to which reprerfn'atlves of Other colleges have been Invite.!. Th**re will be a 100-yard, 100-ysrd, half-mile ari mil?* handicap races; s hlch Jump, broad Jump, pol?* \rrult. shot put ??! high hurdler.. Prizes have also been offered r?? the .tinners of an Interacholartlc relay race an?! 11 half-mils novice race f';- schoolboys, i'aptaln Bljur hss enterro me n y men In the Ith R*glme?*. ?ram???. ??<! will hold trial? for the relay rnce with the Cnlversit*. 0/ Pennsylvania about April it. The cycle ttam. under Captain Fearing, Is new training ai the gymnasium snd doing ro.nl ridine; from that plriee. Although the account? Ot ' ''leor-ntra" have not ver ? men entirely settled. Manager h'eppei ras ?<*i*.t a check for IT*?*? 11 the treasurer of the union. The en-ire profits ?rill be Shout flOO rrore. "Resolved. ThSt the United States should retire all ler-|..!-tende.- notes " |a Ih? subject of the dehnte arranged In connection with th? rhetoric cour?-?. Ti*? affirmativ? ?ide srlll be presented bv \v C. ' ?? snd ''. ''. Bargent, the negative hv Matthew Ster-i and A. A. Tenner. A concert under the gi? ri ?tien of Or. MscDowell will ?hortly be held In order to obtain sufficient funda lo establish ft sohol arship ivrred In honor of ti?, late Joseph Moaen th.il. the founder nf th.. Mendelssohn Glee Club. CITY '?< LLEQB. Professor Solomon \\".?o;f delivered the eeeon.l of a course of lei I irett on Baturdsy evening, hla BUD? Jed being "The Graphic Arts." The next lecture In the co irse "?'.!] be delivered on April 3 by J. R. Wcrtmsn, In Natural History HalL This lerture Wll be an Illustrated or.e, the subleet being "The Terl ?ry I.-ik? Bsstfl of Western North America." Mr. Wort man his m.ide or.?? of the largest collec? tions of fossils In the country, and last summer ?(?cured a fossil sloth, to which hla lecture will be largely devoted, It was snnounesd by the Chairman of the Ex? ecutive Committee Bt the list meeting of th.? Board of Trustees that ground will probably I broken for the new buildings In June next, as the proceedings to secure th?* site are advancing well enough to warrant this MWmptlon. The proposal to begin ng.iln the publication of the "?"llonlan Magazine" by the ''llonla Literary Society has been receiving considerable arontion recently. The proposal was ilnally brought before the members of that society St its meeting last week. After a Ioni? discussion. It was decided to ? postpone, the undertaking for this year. It Is. how? ever, probable that the scherr.?* will be revived early next y?:ir. The Rev, Pr? Rslnaford will address ?he students next Tuesday at the Invitation of tile college mem? bers of the Young Men's Christian Association. Several hundred tickets have b*>en issued for the occasion. The meeting will be held In tho Natural History Hall. The college orchestra has b*en recently reor? ganized, and now hss S membership of fifteen and a probability of Increasing that number. Under the leadership of L Bucrger, '97, the musicians are now practising regularly for ihe coming inter? society delate, on April 23. at I'hlckerlng Hall, Th.? Athletic Association held a meeting last Thursday ?n.i ein-ted an Advisory Board, com? posed of" the following graduates: Professor Will? iam Stratford, chairman; C. ?. Lydecker, Bartow S. v7t*4*-ka snd Thornton Karl??. Al the meeting, two amendment? to tlie constitution were pro? posed, us follow?: "Tluit the captain of the track team ahould be elected by the members of the out? going team." and "Unit the number of men I?" the ll null ai? Committee ahould be reduced." The lacrosse team has arranged fames with ite vena Institute and Hsrvard and Is negotiating for a game with Princeton. There ere sbout twenty? two cam!!.lit.s for tlie team engaging 111 Mtdoor practice .?t present. A number of meetings of the students have he..u held lately for the purpose of organizing a base ball team with th.* result in.illy that one will probably be sent out. The candidate? f"r place? on the team thus fjr ur??. A. .!. I > Roberts, 't!; XV T. F4gas, ''??'? R* '?' Wsgner, ??; li M. Holten, '9* (i S. ?',???.1??, '90; 11. J F.lgaa. ':?'?: '? .1. ? Orassi, '99: w J. Morgen, ??; i> R. Kennedy, '00: a. r. Raymond. '??, snd A. B. A. Bradley, '00. W. B, Blmpeon, '0?). will he manager of the team. ?;.imes hav?? been arranged wltb the Cnlverslty of Maryland. New-York Cnrverslly, Best Oranae Ath? let lo Club and Bt. Paul's Ben ?ol I*jng Island. ??????!) COLLBQC. Mme. Mantlbaoon, of ???*1.?.?1, will address the | Undergraduate Association on the education of girls in Iceland on Wednesday, st Ii? p. ni. She will wear the Icehndto costume. Mm?? Manti ai hm Is deeply Interested In a. school for girls In her coun? try, ami is endeavoring io Increase It? etnesey by enlarging its llnanrial waeureee. To this end she is now travelling In the United States snd pr???* ing the .-as,? to the American p>*opi read) \?????*.? a number of th.* colleges. Th.? '99 "Mortarboard" has gens to press and will tx? out by Raster, with the Bu***stttut?ou of the new nam.? for the old ''Barnard Arm...;?' leverai other innoTstlone have ?.? nude Tas eatot this tear Is to be no? longer the old blu.? and white but ? ill be scarlet, the Junior class ??olor, stamped in bmI.i The b.?ok will be somewhsl iHrg.-r lhan It has been In the past, snd ?rill be profusely Illus? trated wit!? half-tones It will contain picture? Bnd plans of the new buildings, .?s well hss si? interior views of the old. Th!? feature will make tie book psrtlculsrly sccepttable :<> those who have known th? college In It? earl*, dsy? The volume la dedicated io those who gave the new buildings. The edit..!? ?re Mm- Bussn Isabella Myera, Mi^s .le?..,? ve-aliara nimban. Mis- Louise Fuller l >>> Hart, Mias Ma ":iolse Wells and Ml?? Btells Con:.? Btern. Hiss ii"ieti St. Cialr snd Mi-??* Clare De Lusa Berg ? re the business managers invitations have been Issued by the Peta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Kappa Qarama for un entertain? ment "" Baturoa.) afternoon. Aprii I, at ths b ?me oi ?is? ignea Crawford Leaycraft. ?? L'NION THBOLOOICAL SEMINARY. AH erroneous statement r. teen tly SPPSarcd an nounclng tbat the ssmlnsry was contemplating :h? opening <.f Its boom to women, Th.* grtMind? for thla ?tstement appear to hav? been based on th.? fact that m the last w.-.-k It snu snnouneed by ?>?- Hsst? ?tigs that MISS Hrlggs had received sec nd honor la the senior ClSaW. This faci, bowsver, bad no I.? 41 lug what?ver on the ?ubj. *t .,f cc-dti,?;? tlon, Miai Briggs having taken the cour?.?, not wi:h u view to en terl ng ihe ministry, but simply to tit herself for the teaching of Hebrew, It was also aniiouuce I that a iiuinhei of V ?Ung women were Sttendlng Pr. Briggs'? courssa which wa.? a mistake, a. l>r. Brigg? has no class for srceaen Neither l>r Hasl- ? Inga BOT tl'.e faculty us ?? who'..? has any Intention of | throwing the seminai y ??"?? to aromen The o-'w entalegue has Jim been iMUSd, -?ii-Aing an ?nrolment ?* f-iUowsi Fellows, ?'? grsdustes, I; ?entor .lu??, t'<; mlJJ!. oteas, t?; Junior claaa, Mi ape? lai, il making a '"tal of ,.<? The setilota who ar?? candidate? for ttie degree of Bachelor of i?ivinity v.in be required io hand in their ihrsea by Apr! I They will have their examination for the degree on April IS. The ?fin ra wh.i will apeak at commencement win be A ? Kiom, *#?*. B. Spencer. W. K Ferrie snd R. L Jackson. To D. B. Muaaey has b?*?n awar^sU tao fellowship, Involving s cour?? of study of tSSS yeai ? in Europe, Bedloa R. lorosslsn, an Armenian, of ;hs middle rUss. has rocentlv published a pamphlet In Arm?v rd-in giving forms >f na'uralisatlon, party plat? forms, steamship ?ir.??, etc. He has aiso published an llng'ish-Artnen'-i'i dictionary. NSW-TOBX I XIVFRS1TT. James Stokes has given to the Oeoli-glcal Depart? ment of tho Unlveralty a complete apparatus foi sd-lng ro-ks and minerals, fitted for preparing thin sections for microscop?e study or for cutting a specimen twelve Indies in diameter. Th? polishing Inps are of oQUivsleat proportlcns. This Is one of the finest apparatuses of the kind in the country. It whs monstri -led by ?"?. G?. .lullen. The MuaetUfl of ITronomill Cenlrgy has recsired recently full series of specimens Illustrating ail th? coalbeds In the several anthracite biflns. Be rlos exhibiting tbe peculiarities of the ores and In? closing rocks have been ?ont by the officers of eleven Important minei !n Montana, Nevada. Utah, Colorado and Arizona., and slm.lar serle? have batten received from several of the mere celebrated Iron minea The Department of Geology will he conducted for the pr?sent In the BOUth end of the new museum, which la approaching completion. It has a length of nearly ninety fret and a width of over thirty five feet, and will comprl-o three sections, r.amely. the museum, the laboratory and the classroom. Tho space In the temporary building now occupied by ideology will be given to the Department ot Hlolo?y. Chancellor MaeCrs a is expacted to represent l sW-York t'nlverslty at ?he seventy-fifth anniver? sary of the University In Pittsburg and Allegheny, of which he was chancellor when called to New York. Th? occasion 1? also to he the l'.oth anni? versary of the rtrs* incorporated school In the Ohio Valley. It Is to be S general celebration by the two cities, including the public schools. McKIm, M-id ?it White nre preparing a hlrd's ey<? trtew of I'nlverslty Height?, according to the completed plan, a? 'he same would appear to an Observer looking from a ballo-in eus-wnded ?VO feet in the air. near ihe new speedway, on the west elds of the Harlem River, opposite Cnlverslty Heights. This will present in the foreground the ambulator*/, with the double fountain pouring water beside Bedgwli k-sve . just beyond ?he ambulatory, the ?? ? rent and connected buildings, then the lirge open ? quadrangle, and bevond, at th? right, the small ? Quadrangle, and to the left the Oblo Field. Still further bevond are the lawn-temis courts and the : College Clore, with Ita .-Ix residence halls. Tne I whole promises to make a thoroughly unt-jue and Impressive pi -ture. Professor Iirlstol <*>f ?he Biologici! Department h-is secured for an histologlal examination thi hear* and -pi?al cord of "Tip." the famous ele? phant recenti}' ??died at Stamford, I'or.r?. The final select ion of men for the annual Glei Club Co:-., or? la as follows: First tenors?? ?. Allen, W W. Leonard. a>?orgo Moore. R g Wight man and W. A. Hrmlley; second tenors- R. W. AN bott. L? ES. H?rrman. F. A. Wilkinson. H. H. Bay? lis? ?V '? MacCracken and W. Funk first hasses J. Chobot, N. D. Fi'otoher. f.. C. Haine?, R B, Craft an?! M. B. O-fes; seen??,! basse, F. J, Bel t cher. ??. O. Hill. H. M. Valentine, r. V. <~hllda. D ! D. Tompklna and B, L. Oarvina: mandolins? F. B Marnes, W. M. ?'atnpbell. F. C. Metcalfe, E. R Mturulre and H. N ?Pfeiffer, leader; !-nt*tt"?~E. N Greacen and T. H. Russell; violin? N. D. Flerehei and .1. T. I.adue; (lute-S. I. Wilkinson; cornet?V, S. Tnmpklns. FORDHAM COLUSOM. .T. Fnlrfax McLaughlin, of NeW-TOTfc City, gav? ail In'orostlr.g lecture last TbUISdflg evening on 'Longfellow.'' J. P. Leotaaboa of the Unlveralty of Athens. C.reece. will lecture on Oroafk art. life and litornturo In Armory Hall next Wodnesdav evening. The following is the subject for the public debate Which will lie held In Armory Hall on Wednesday April 2B: "Is an Arbitration Treats- With Any Eu? ropean Nation Either Feasible or Expedient?" Or th? affirmativ? sid?? are JeremUh V. i?u? levy, V?, ot Pittsburg, G?p?.. and John J. Hvrne, '!"?, of Ford hum; on thn negative J. Tufton Mnsotv ?M, of York Harbor, Me., and John w. Cortmtt, '!???, of Lowell Mais. Th?? BUbfeet chosen for the n??x? regular debate Is "Reeolved Thai all trusts ti'tnllng to tha) monopoly of the necesetttea of life sliouM be rostri.-tad." On tbe affirmative ara 'm.? t. Pessflsy, '-?t. and P. PauUUng Brant, '!?"; on th?? negative, Maurice Clark, ??7, and Stephen .1. ?assidy. :i7. Al n meeting of the I.awn Tennis Association, held last Friday, the following O Bateara were chosen. President, Joseph A. McVoy, -SJB; vi.e.president, Thomas .1. Pyron. :?:>. secretary. Htephun J. McPart? land, 00; traaaurar, Tbsasss B. A4aasa tS, Th? following Committee on (Tourte whs appointed by the presi astiti Jeremiah Y. Dunlevy. *f?; William Joyce, '.??*. and ?liarles Waiie. ???. The aseoetattOD numbera about flfty members. The foilowlng Is' the nasi for "Rotiert, King ol Sicily.' which win be produce?! by tt.e ?tu-ients ol St. John's Hall on the afternoon of Decoration Day. Robert, King of Bldly, Thomas J. King, an angel appearing In the Ilk? ness of King Robert. Thomas Angllm; Count Raymond, Ralph Sohoetii??; Frban, treasurer to the Kin?;. Arthur Kiel) ; Count of Ter? ranova. John M. <? Brien; Valentine, ?'liarles Kleley; a fool, Joseph Bdwarda Martin g peasant. I?'.!? ward Bulllvun; Alpbonw, a prln.? Aqtutalae, Sel? ????p? McLauarhlln; Agapua, a page, Andrew Ewald i'niii.i of MeUasso, Henry H.i.l- . Qratlano, a.?.hors? j. c? u bo 11,.-?. Franc!?, Richard Burns; H.-mard?? Heiirv Badenluusen Joseph, royal page. John J Murray. Minimus, Walter Malier, flrsl soldier, John Meltady; second, Thomas Pullum; third. ?'?orge Me Kenna The "Invincibles" have l??en made imt In the fol? lowing order: Catcher Ambrose Dunnlgan: pttcher, Charlea lloran; Ural basa, David Donovan; ??,???? liase. Thomaa McCormlck; third base .lame? pas? ?inai.?; shortstop Edward Bwetnam; left field. K?l ward Mlichellj ?entre field, Harold Plunkett: righi field. Joseph Slnnott Substitute* Tb.omas A. Mo? Laughlln and Joeeph a Labs*. OBNBRAL THBOLaOOICAL SKMiNART. I?r. Roper, of Trinity College, has been elected Sj fill the ? hair in dogmatica bit vacant by Pr. Wal. ?. le'? p'-dgnaMoii I'r. Hoper's duties will not be as? sumed until in xt September. Iir ?"h mas Rlchey a : lr?'>se,l the meeting of thi ., m try Brotherhood of St. Andrew on Tuesday evening, It wa- decided at the meeting to invite tin I. cal As-, inhiy of tiie Brotherhood '<> meet at th? (jeneral Theological Seminari In May Dr C. T, s.it't delivered the third address befor? the devoti nal so-ciet) on Wednesday evening. Th?? annual Jay pr.z.? of lux? for the in?i .-?say on "Th Motlvea for Foreign Mlaatoae^ ha? been award? ? ? Thomas Worrell, ot the middle class. The contestants for the McVlckar Grai k prise all p?,... ta i their names last Friday. Tto prise. 1?. la awarded to the member of the aenior class whe iijs-.es the li??-: examination on the <ar??*k Scripture? and th? 'ir.ek Fat'iers The award wl'l be made IS tha Raster recoja_ When You Cet Home To-night p?| a ??niiliia. BBeSSSBg, V"??? tSBSBBetSBg Benson's Plaster ?USI ,,,, t|.Bt ?ere ?r.d t?n.l?r ?t?t wherever It Is. Tosj ,*,.,* m?, ss isjefctsg fcssasa. Never Trifle with Pains and Aches Hey m?v ma*?!. '???? SeeSJBSlleBg. BB'ftOVS PlSlter? relieve ?? ? no?. Th?y sr? UoA. era S ?entino Slid Kffectlv?. t?- u.??nd? ef Deetaee and Druggists end mil.lone et Heimle eVorywUr? whom It ha? cureal. sflflrm It to be tha) Supreme Rsternsl Remeat)'. Fric? S? cut?. acaDur-, a Join.?"", M'f'a Chemists, New YoarS.