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There will be no reserved seats for the J. Whifcomb Riley enter tainment, Friday evening. Dr. W. S. Studley, formerly pas tor of the M. E. church in thiscity died at Evanston, Saturday evening Several of the Ohio senior iaws will go to Columbus to attend the State bar examination, next Tuesday. The Athletic Association bas engaged the 'Varsity minstrels for a date shortly before the spring vacation. l'rof. de Pont organized his class in fencing on Saturday last, with 15 members. The class will meet Wednesday at 5 p. m. and Friday at 4 p. rn. each week. F. E. Janette, formerly of the Daily staff, is to take, the position of telegraph editor of the Detroit Tribune. He has been on the West Superior Telegram a city editor, for some time. "The Devil" and '"Heredity" are the subjects to be treated at the Unity Club, Monday evening, March 6. Prof. Calvin Thomas willhandle the former, and Prof. J. E. Reighard the latter topic. 15. M. Kroeze returned Saturday from Chicago, where he delivered an oration, Feb. 22, at one of the Union League meetings. The Chicago papers speak very highly of Mr. Kroeze's effort. At the last meeting of the University Senate the following officers were elected for the remainder of the year: A. Dan Rose, president; G. H. Albers, vice-president; J. A. Titsworth, Sücretary. Today Prof. Scott requires the class in course 2 to write an impromptu essay. This is introduced to test each one'sability to use good English and to determine who are qualified to pursue the course. The following is a list of ófficers of the mock house of representatives for the next term: Speaker, Mr. Clark; clerk, J. I. Smith; doorkeeper, J. Patterson; serg't-at-arms, Mr. Ramsey; chaplain, O. E. Scott. The mock house holds its regular meetings on Friday evenings. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, March 3, at which several questions of public interest wiil be discussed. The bright and prosperous outlo' k for the Castaliaa of 1.S93 received an u'aexpected set back last week. The editors had labored long and earnestly, and about three weeks ago they collected and forwarded to the Boston Art Publishing Company, about 30 original drawings for fuif page cuts. The drawings we're pronounced by judges and others fortúnate enough to see them, unusually unique and artistic. Last Monday evening the board received a telegram from the Boston company stating that there factory had burned down and that all the cuts were destroyed. The iowest estímate as to the value of the cuts could not be less than S200. But this fact conveys but a small idea of thesignificance of the loss sustained; for it seems impossible at this late day to duplicate the drawings, or supply others suitable. The editors are naturally very much discouraged and have about decided not to publish the Castalian this year. It is understood that the material gathered together by this year's board of editors was superior in quality and variety to any that has eer before been arranged by a Castalian board, and they certainly have the sympathy of the whole University in their misfortune.


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