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Thest enior lit clasa is to have a
V. D. Brozoooky, medic '94,5was
13. 11. Kroeze, lit '94, has1a posi-
lion swith ,\loore & Wetmore.
Trhe Pacific coast club court meets
cvery Saturday at to orcloek a. m.
Librarian Davis gave the first lee
ture in Bibliography this afternoon.
Earl D. Babst, lit '93, is hack in
college, taking swork in the law de-
Thos. 11I. Keibride, lit '93, is prin-
cipal of the Stewart school, Slpcing.
F'. 1. Smith, '93 lit, is coachiiig
tihe V. M. C. A. football teatm at
Larry Guthrie, lit '96 baseball
raptain, will not te in school until
tCif seconrd semlester.
Tiue Iroi.iea laws met jucst after
thle lecturer \\ecinesday, to transact
Lyman Grundy, law '93, is a
memcber of the lawefirmi of Potts &
Grundy, at Taylorvitle, Ill.
'he -Michigan Woman's Chris-
tian Association nmeet in their ninths
ancal convention at Ionia, Oct.
The reception for tieLt utheran
tudents given by T1rinity church on
,Friday evening, will be held at the
residence of Dr. Brown, 83 E. lHe-
ron street. All are welcome.
Mirr. and M\rs. Ross Granger will nmembers of the D. A. C. leans and
give a reception to their advanced it is expected that not a fese of the
class in dancing Truesday evensing, } students here will take advantage of
October 24th. this opportunity to see a swell ptayed
All persons desiring to try for po- game of cricket.
sitions on thne '95 law football team ---- --
will please hand thseir nanmes to 'Xfr. INTER-COLLEGIATE.
L.1. Evans, manager.t Cornell has 512 free scholarships,
Miss Ella Rice, lit '96, has ac- wehich aggregate $150,000.
cepted a position in te Elkhart, Vassar College opened swith an
Indiana, High School, and will not enrollnment of 450 students.
return to college tis year.
Thte Hon. Frederick Douglass, the A. A. Stagg will not play with the
eminent colored statesman, will de- Chicago University leans this year.
.liver the first lecture of the Students' The under-graduate qutestion has
Lectutre Association, Oct. 19. not yet been settled by te Inter-
The fall tennis tournament will Collegiate Association. At the
probably take place next week. The nmeeting last Friday no settlenment
contest in the ad class promises to seas made, the vote being a tie.
be close and exciting as the entries The Manhatten Chless club of
sill be numerous and the contest. Cornell, has invited Prlinceton~, Co.
ants evenlyruatchedl. lumbia, tHarvard and Vale to play
Al the banjo cluib examnlationthle second annual intercollegiate
last evening, ltre-weere about twen- tournamnit at thleir club house dur-
ty applicants for the sevetn vacan- ig the Christmas holidays.
cies. The cluwillvi be larger Itlare, 'Ten graduate scholarships, of the
in fortmer years, including fourteen annual value of three hundred dol-
instruments, fist banjos, tlhree ban- tars, atid five graduate fellowvshsips
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guitars. T1his year's trip cvi lrob- year, cwere recently established by
ably be taken during the Christmas tile board of trustees of Cornell iini-
vacation instead of in tile spring, as versity.
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Any member of unieersity hater.
ested in cricket will have the oppor-
tunity to see a game in lDetroit nlext
Weednesday and Thursday between
the 1). A. C. and the Australian
teans. Several U. of ln. nmen are
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