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The Castalian

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The annual publication of the senior Independents of the Universiiy, the Castalian, which will be placed on sale to-morrow morning, promises to be one of the best literary efforts of the present college year. The book will contain about three hundred pages, given up to articles of interest to the University, among which will be "Henry C. Adams," by Prof. Calvin Thomas, "John Dewey," by Professor Scott, "Jerome C. Knowlton," by Professor McLaughlin, "Alexander Winchell," by President AngelĂ­, "William P. Wells," by Professor Knowlton and "Henry P. Tappan," by Professor D'Ooge. In addition to the biographical matter, there is a large amount of readable literature contributed by various persons connected with the University. The prize story, "A Winter Night's Tale," is written by Miss Ethel Fountain, while Miss Elsie Jones Cooley's name appears in connection with the prize poem. The prize song, written to the air of "Glory Hallelujah," is by Prof.Scott, whose name is connected with all the popular U. of M. songs. The book contains several other poems, some of them receiving honorable mention from the judges. There is a complete history of each of the various University organizations, written by some prominent member of the organization, and complete lists of the officers of the various societies and organizations, run in connection with the University. The usual numberof "grinds" will appear and the book will close with a complete city directory of the students at work in the University. There are fifteen insets in the book, among which are well executed photo-gravures of Professors Winchell, Wells, Dewey, Adams and Knowlton. The Board of Editors are W. E. Healy,managing editor; H. Sheldon, business manager; Marguerite B. Cook, secretary; Clara M. Meiser, Mary C. Butler, Sallie T. Szold, H. B. Shoemaker, M. B. Hammond, D. B. Cheever, J. Lowenhaupt, W. 3. Kelly, and R. P. Lamont.