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There is not much in it up to date between the swim- ming and water - polo teams — neither is quite first-class this year — and we shall expect to find honours divided in the represen- tative matches at the Bath Club, London, on June 24th. Cam- bridge should excel in the water- polo, and Oxford in the swimming items. Of polo (proper) nothing definite can yet be spoken of re- spective strength. Judging from the unusual keenness displayed either way, however, there is no chance of another runaway vic- tory for Oxford at Hurlingham this year. How many old parlia- mentary hands will be available is not yet known, and the Paroxetine 30 same with tennis proper ; in fact, pros- pects in both directions are yet in nubibus. All in good time. General news may be very briefly dismissed. Once again the value of a thew-and-thought ' curriculum has been evidenced at Oxford. The names of promi- nent sportsmen simply abounded in the Classical Honours Modera- tion Lists ! To the deep satisfac- tion of Oxonians all, Mr. J. P. Heywood - Lonsdale has been elected M.F.H. on the Bicester and Warden Hill Hunt, vice the Earl of Cottenham (another Ox- onian), resigned. The old* Varsity coxswain is still exceedingly popu- lar with Dark Blues, hence a pretty big exodus of Oxonians is assured three or four days of the week next season to Bicester. By the way, under the new rules — vide Baily of last month — they are exempt from the fees hence- forth to be enforced by that Hunt. Congratulations to Sir William Anson, a fine sportsman and capital judge of a horse, upon his election as M.P. for Oxford University. Ditto to Sir G. G. Stokes, who for the past fifty years has been Professor of Mathe- matics at Cambridge, upon the testimonial to be presented to him Paroxetine Hydrochloride on June 1st. " Extremes meet," we are told, and few would think this popular Pro- fessor Fluoxetine Paroxetine favoured sport in any shape or form. 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The great feature of the Paroxetine 20mg play was the per- formance of Harry Vardon, open champion in the qualifying com- petition when he did the two rounds of a course, which certainly is not deficient in length, though it may lack hazards, in 144 strokes, or exactly an average of four strokes per hole. This score put him no fewer than 11 strokes in front of the second man, Jack White, of Seaford, and 17 strokes in front of J. H. Taylor, who is now the professional at Richmond and consequently had a great advantage over the other com- petitors in the Paroxetine 40 Mg matter of knowledge of the green. In the subsequent match played Vardon beat in sac- cession Braid, of Romford, Alexander Herd, of Huddersfieki, and Rowe, of Ashdown. The prize-money Vardon carried off was ^50, which is about four times