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office anv :alure of carriers to deliver paper,
When the Delta KaPa :Epiln fra-
teresit y rey generously gave a rp as
:t prize Forf''hiwisoci 01' the high ,jmp-
ng contest, it belped that other fratrin-
ties would 'fasl into li e, and the ari-
ous prizes ight lbe ngaed swilsthe
winners' nsicissassdpsiced iithe
tsrephy reoms. As yet, hew-sr, sther
fraternities shsaeeisioin no strling
diiese ito hlts. cd lth' "151" 'tp
stands chine. The idea is undubtdly
ans exellent ue, soil it is ti be 11iedsi
tha it iiait le taleou ns0'sd aries
outi. fSh tophiieOsre can sonr' iiithe
door isnes isan0 tndiutiel stisulus to
tesrs for whirls they are given.
American Amateurism Doubted.
C'amisbridge tUniveityi'i's aiswoers'toi the
AmiericaIt erollegiae Trct Atloet-
ir AbssiiatiinsIissread Sturca'night
sit ai oetiig f the sesscutier soisit-
ire f ithe asociatioiii It said.
"Thsr'rris 0110e greai tifity wichsrl
Os's'feremncies it impssie toci arange
Ii the preentitime cy im etnggle-
tiv'ees te Aieriais assitEnlislo t~i-
ei erii. The statuetsti or repereset-
atives f tis lu lb asscc'ateri find a
studsents is, aind is rightly reluirec, to
li eyoinyisupt-pitiii. Bi, if we re
prispery' advisei, tee pins ire nms
equaly cler in. the ast f smce Amser-
icaa univerities cd clleges.
"We gladly reeognie tha se f
oyour ecillege ae doing tir lst tsie
move suschldiliutie, ad yur letter
'curthercassris us f yiur wish to rn-
dee the statsof ityou emeber caive
The exictie eomimittei-ill -erIe
at onie ts Camsbridge informsing them
that the Univerity and the Anericn
t'ollegiate athletes are trit aiateus,
a0 Amwricns use the trsm. They will
isquire wat th' English notiois isof
Lectures on the Far East,
i'ranhk. Roberso, he celebrated
lecturer on tpis relating to the Far
East, will leture in University hail
Thursday evening on "India," nd Sat-
urday evening ono"China." 'Th le-
ures iii be under the aupies of the
..on is onse of the mostt popular lecturers
hn the Fast and hoosbeen heard with
centhusiasm wherever he has appeared,
Its is shelarly cod eliiquecnt and ini-
terests his audienres from the begin-
;ug isuntil hisolost word is spokeis.
The lectures are illustrated bsy isag-
nificesnt colored vies of the mster-
iiius ansdlbeautiful ruins and the per-
feet arihitecture of the lands cif which
tie spieaks. Slin of these views ace ot
Imsmesise size, forty feet square.,cist
repr"odcethe originaclos Nith amcinisg
fidelity to detail.
A fesw piess notices of the distus-
guishied lerttier follow:
' Indiai and the East Insdias'seas
ileliv'ereit tefiier aiiienthsisiciraudi-
ece. It swar tniquse sait exicellenitly
tuees smet w'ith frequient aplptio ti'htsi
eterebeinsgcompetined tio givi' say
befere the admsirietiesn it his auience.
It wsas ass initetual surise~ee. 11''-
sill be welcomisedt again."-Ness 21susi
''He (71,.srieis ini miien tiesilsighn
macnere thetiectile, thee cuos siii
sceniery. The lers'se' was mor' than
usually inteeestinsg. ie exhsibits acls
aciquaianewith the landt isnid teo
the acspires it the BrooklyIenlstitute
befiire a laeg''eudi ern e. iwstsEiU -
inniiy niitably fhue, use weeduiur ter
geatphic. It uset withs fre-sint api-
lil'itiO."-15"ii il -s Eagle.
Thss adissioniiupie h's' iobeeIlIsicod
at 25 centusiechitseituie.
IF YOU WANT TilE BEST
BADGES OR PINS
Golf Suits, Bike Suits,
/ a Seperate Breeches
Golf Caps, Golf Hose.
These have been sulbjects of nIluch thought with.
u-:Men whose garments are critical in the
y matter of Golf Clothinig declare ours are the
We sell these Golf Suits frolD $5.00 up.
The newest ideas in CaD-s and Hoso to oo
Extra Breeches $3, $:3 $4, 4 and $5.
9a ® "
Students' Lecture Association.
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