FACT AND RUMOR.
Prof. C. C. Everett preached at Cornell Sunday.
Prof. C. C. Everett will preach in college chapel next Sunday.
The death is announced of Professor Marne of Columbia College.
Mr. Frank Hamlin, '84, and brother will spend the summer in Europe.
Pach's work for the class of '82 at Dartmouth is said to be very satisfactory.
A limited number of tickets will be sold to those desiring to follow the crew on the launch.
The rumor that a lacrosse match would be played with Yale this spring has proved groundless.
The Dartmouths play the Yales on the Polo Grounds, New York, today. Calahan will umpire.
The second lacrosse team played a practice game with the Unions yesterday on the Boston base-ball grounds.
The New York and Louisville lacrosse teams play a match today for the championship of America, now held by the former.
The threatened litigation over the unsatisfactory sweeps of the sophomore crew has been ended by an advantageous compromise.
It is rumored that Dr. H. J. Bigelow, professor of surgery in the Medical School, will soon present his resignation to the board of overseers.
The Class Parts of the Class of '79, Exeter, will be out in about a week. Mr. Jacobs, '83, is the compiler, and Moses King the publisher.
June 13th is class day at Cornell, and June 15th commencement. Hon. Wayne McVeigh will address the alumni on Wednesday, June 14th.
Prof. Cook will meet students who have omitted examinations in Required German in Sever 6, at 10 o'clock precisely, Wednesday, June 7th, in order to arrange a day for the examination.
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