The Chronicle and Argonaut each issued extra editions giving reports of the foot-ball games. The senior laws are trying to develop big lieads nowadays, for they are getting them measured for plug hats. The score with Wesleyan at Hartford stood 14 to 6 in favor of Wesleyan, and with Yale 50 to 0 in favor of Yale. Only about twenty senior medies had their lieads ineasured for plugs last Saturday. With no largor a representation than that class hats, as such, are failures. William G. Webster of Chicago, formerly with the class of '83, was on Monday appointed to a clerkship in the treasury department. He received the flrst appointment from Illinois under the civil service law, having obtained the higueet standing in competitive exaniination. For several years past when Speil has furnished the music for Cominencement he has played nis favorite selection " Le Reveil du Lion " and it has always been well received here. To-night the students and citizens will have an opportunity of hearing the composer of that piece, Kontski, who s with the Tliursby coinpany. The University Rugby team left on Saturday night for the eastern colleges and were full of confldence that they would win a part of the gaines at least. About two hundred students acompanied them to the station. As soon however, as they found by what rules they would be governed and tlie style of ball to be used they realized that they would play under great disadvantages. They worked pluckily and made anumber of playsthat elicited applause from the spectators. Gilman, Gemmell, Dott and Olcott each did brilliant playing.