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Mrs. 1M. L. D'Ooge and mnottier
left for Chicago yesterday.
Prof. Johunson's qeizes -ini Black-
stone commitenced yesterday.
It is probable that the freshmnen
wil attemlpt to organize Saturday.
Dissection swork in thse medical.
deipartmient begins the latter hart of
J. WV.-Morrison, lit '92, holds Itse
piosition of principal of Hickory
Flat Institute, at Hickory Flat, Icy.
The registration in the law schsool
so far has ansotinted to 477 studlents
conmpared withs 637 of the previous
'hue Hand miucrder case seas begin
in tie circuit court yesterday asd is
attrarting a large number of law' stui-
The Welister literary society will
itolid its mstalseeckly meeting next
Wednesday evening in the regular
D~r. Eswell, Dean of Chicago Lasw
School lectured yesterday afternoons
at to p. g's. on itedical ijirispiru-
The first lectore of the course on
Elocntion and Oratory svas given to
junior class yesterday at 5 p. ns. by
Mrs. Foster's Delsarte class for
ladies will meet in Harris Hall on
Monday next at5 p. m. Apsplica-
tions received in the Curator's office,
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Briliant BurneruLamis lilthPorieiluisi Nickel'laied Mitter Lamnp, Nit,:3, center
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There is to be a mleeting of sopli-1 The Alpha Nouxvwi liolid its
omnore girls to-mlorrosw at onte p. lit
in Roons A, to make arrangementsI
for freshmnan spread.
AV. H. Wilson, lit '93, is teaching
this year in the High School at Fort
Smsithl, Ark. He has charge of [lie
'['le Choral Unsions sill mleet in
tie chapel tomorrow evenin' at
7:30, as usual. Everybody is re-
quested to be on hand.
Prof. Steere will read a paper be-
fore [lhe Ornithsological congress,
which meets in Chicago the 16ith
inst. for a wveeks's session.
P'rof. Mechens lectures on Wills
at lo: 3o a. m. 'Tuesday and Wednes-
slay ho the seiiiors aiid on Agencey
at 2 p.- in. of the santeslay's to [lou
'Thle exaiminatioins for the glee
clubl are to be giveis this eveniiig at
7o'cliock in rooml a}. '1he banjii
cluill exainsations are toniorrosw,
sameli time and pilace.
'Thle Jeffersonian literary society
will hold its first meeting in lbs room
in thle lawe building next 'T'hursdlay,
Oct. sa, at 7 o'clock p. mI. All
junior laws are invited.
Already there are several candi-
dales in the fielsd for [lie presidency
of '96i, and it looks as if [lie class
which carried off so many honors
last year, is fully determed 10 keep
alive [lie class spiril, which too
often has been allowed 10 die out
affer Ilse Freshman year.
nmeeting niext Saturday night at 8
o'clock in Roonm 4. All old nieni-
hers are requested 10 be ptresent,
and all visitors will be mode swel-
'Three shipnments of books, one froni
London, one from Paris, andI one
from L~eipsig, containing in the ag-
gregate about one thousand solunmes
have lately been received at the
Biartell, [lie Princeton half-back,
note here in [lie law department,
was outI on [lhe canmpus yesterday
helping Barbour coach [lie fool-ball
mcen. When D~onnelly and Malley
arrive, [lie leans should certainly im-
prove iniitis work, if coaching can
Msalcoln I.. Snmith, of [lie Man-
hiatten Athletic Club, is here taking
twork in the i. department. IeI is
klite a lpromnlent athletic, holding
sonic northwesterin records. lie has
ionie a iquarter in 52 2-5 s., a half
in 1:59 4-5, anod a mile in 4:31.
Hiiispresensce hlere will greatly aid
'The [tobart Guild has secured
[he services of M1r. Quo. King, late
of lBattle Creek Colluge, for [lie in-
struction of a class for men ill light
and heavy gymnastics. Ninety les-
sons three tinmes a week at $3.00 a
member will be given 1o a class of
30 or more. Organization will be
effected on Thursday, Oct. a9th at
7 p. in., Harris Hall. Applicants
should notify [he Curator at once.
Wi lst 1(uyihippe'ton lattt55itltohis
busiess8111 isena 5 e to srv i c ustmer
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