NOTES AND COMMENTS.
According to the Palladium, there are 1,505 students in the University of Michigan.
There are eight persons taking post-graduate courses in the University of Michigan this year.
The Princetonian intimates that it is nearly time for Princeton to have a daily paper, and says it would not be surprised if, before many years, it were called upon to foster a "bantling of this sort."
The bills announce that the "OEdipus Tyrannus" was "originally produced at Harvard College." Probably its presentations some thousands of years ago in Greece are only regarded as rehearsals. - [Post.
Our daily weather report seem to trouble the minds of the Princeton editors more than any other department of the HERALD. Close your eyes, editors of the Princetonian, when you come to the weather report, and, if you wish, glance over the rest of the paper.
The Cornell Era says: "The freshmen will send a crew away the following summer, if present indications can be relied upon. A number of men are already in hard training in the gymnasium, an effort has been made and successfully, to enlist the interest of upper class-men, and everything promises well for the undertaking." Cornell's last exploit with a university crew seems to have been enough to last her several years, and now the attention of the college is centred on the freshmen.
Says the Boston Journal: "Mr. Stetson of the Globe Theatre deserves great credit for his enterprise in producing the Greek play. It is rarely that a piece is mounted better or presented with more regard to the accessories of a piece. We advise our readers to see this play, for it marks an important era in the local history of the drama. The acting of Mr. Riddle, Miss Cayvan, and indeed of the whole cast, is excellent." The general opinion of the press throughout the country seems to be that the Greek play at the Globe is a success. It is worthy of a good support from Harvard men.
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