■ An iueident recently oceurred ut " Yule," which, I thiuk, ges very far to eetablish a a tact thal 'Mha world iiiovts." A Yale alumnus oi twenly years standing, recent ly ro tarnud at' er a long absence to vi&it liis alma mater, and was very couituoii.ly teoeived aud--" shown around" by pro femor T -. Aller liaving xhilnted to his guest most of the tnoderu iraprnvemerits, (!ie P.i ofessor said to hitn, " Yon have now seen, I believe, all that k ntHV in the insutution, exoept the gytnmisiurn. Come, lutV go up there, and III roll a string. of ttn-pins witti you." " Wli:U, hir !" ux';laimed the gbtf'st, itnrting back in real or siuiulated ustonishmunt. " Why,." exclaiined tbo froiessor, " we have a fine ally in our gjmnaMiiim, and ï wonld likü to go thero and roll a string of ten pins with you." " Roll ten-pins wilh you, sir !" eried the ahurinun, with ai gleatn of mi licions fun in his eye ; "why, fir, I w;is cspflled iroiii tbi college for ruiling teo-fios,"