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Columbia-Plans are being mach
at Columbia university to revive the
monthly magazine. None of the staff
of the magazine have yet bee~a ap-
pointed. The old name for Columbia's
magazine, the "Monthly," his been dis-
Carded., Columbia, according to the
reports has the largest enro~llment of
any university in the world. The total
registration is 15,625. The entire num-
ber of those taking advantage of Co-
lmbia's extension courses is 7,441.
Cornel-The total enrollment of
.reshmen and old students at Cornell
university numbers 4,977. This is the
lrgest en~rollment Cornell has ever
iad.
HarvardI-An old custom of having
senior advisors for' members of the
Freshmen class has been renewed this{
ear~ at Harvard university. About 100
nen of the class of 1920 have been
chosen to act as big brothers to fresh-
men.
Pjincetoll-Sixteeii representatives
A the Princeton speakers association
were sent out to speak before civic
lubs and high scehools in behalf of theI
Roosevelt Memorial campaign.
Indiana-The students of dramatics
t the University of Indiana are plan-_1
aing to give five plays during this sem-
Ds. T e ilb sflosame Butterfly", 'Suppressed Desires,"
Neighbors," "Riders to the Sea,"' and
The Proposal Under Difficulties."

City News

tions for

A drive will be \opened Nov. 4, for
all. public organizations in the city
needing funds The projects which
will benefit are to be the Salvation
Army, Red Cross, Community house,
Old Ladies' home, Boy Scouts and
Community Sedvice,
Through the effects of citizens and
council, Main street is now being
double tracked. Aniother project is
now u.p for action to run a new street
car line to the new hospital, the track-
ng to be comnple ted by the time the
hospital is opened,

a number of addresses.
ber of the Amnerican
society and was its s,
member of the count
years, also o~f the Am
association, the Socie
mxental Biology and Me
versity of Michigan"Re
which he was the; pre
19, one of thie secretari
National Congress of
and a member of the
Medical society.
Frosh Defies Ancient

,.1 LA A A ..
OUR PRI

Owing to the work of completing the
Union, the rooms which formierly per-
witted chamber of comnmer~ce gather-
ings of from 500 to 600 citizens are no
longer avilable. However, the cham-
ber plans getting together as many l
the members as possible 'for several
meetings in the. future which willpro-
mote civic projects and good feeling
between the university and city popu-
lation. Some 100 members of the
cha~mber are from thie university.

Prof. Warren Plimpto
Ifirst began instructing in.
school p~n O~c. 1, 1892, an
lbrated the 27th annlversar:
(nection with~ the uiniversity
Prof. Lombard was born N
at West Newton, Mass.,
Israel and Mary Ann (Plin
bard. His preparatory ed
obtained in the Boston
public schools. He enter
college and received the
Bachelor of Arts in 1878,
later he received the degr(
of Medicine fromi Harva
school He spent two yrea
1physiology un~der Ludwig,
Germany..<On his return lhe
tin resgarch work at IHarvai
at John Hopkins universit
became an assistant in pl
the College of Physicians:
in New York In 1889 he w,
assistant professor of ph
the University of Michigan
'tital was changed to P
physiology
He is a frequent contril
scientific journals, incl
American Jounal of P1
"The American Jouirnal of
Sciences," "The Journal
ology," and "The Americ
of Physiology." Hie also
eral Physiolog~y of Muscle
of "American Textbook
ology (1896), the articlec
tonus" for "Reference Hian

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Bevo has becomne the best'
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Drink it for its purity
and deliciously appetizing
flavor.

PUBLIC INSPECTION CORDIALLY. INVITED
No Connection with Any Other Firm

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