The senior lit class is to have a glee club. There are seven college dailies published in this country. It is probable that the freshmen will atternpt to organize Saturday. The first number in the Choral Union course will be given Nov. 16. The sophomores will choose officers for the year next Saturday morning. The early opening of the library this year, at 8:15 instead of 9:00 o'clock, is proving a great convenience to many students. The membership of the Hobart Guild is constantly increasing. It is larger this year than ever before at a corresponding date. Prof. Steere will read a paper before the Ornithological congress, which meets in Chicago the ióth inst. for a week's session. The Hon. Frederick Douglass, the eminent colored statesman, will deliver the first lecture of the Students' Lecture Association, Oct. 19. Mrs. Foster's Delsarte class for ladies will meet in Harris Hall on Monday next at 5 p. m. Applications received in the Curator's office, Harris Hall. Three shipments of books, one trom London, one from Paris, and one from Leipsig, containing in the aggregate about one thousand volumes have lately been received at the library. In his annual address Sunday morning, President Angelí stated that the average age of students entering the literary department is X9% years and in the professional departments, 21. The Hobart Guild has secured the services of Mr. Geo. King, late of Battle Creek College, for the instruction of a class for men in light and heavy gymnastics. Ninety lessons three times a week at $3.00 a member will be given to a class of 30 or more. Organization will be effected on Thursday, Oct. igth at 7 p. m., Harris Hall. Applicants should notify the Curator at once. At the banjo club examination, last evemng, there were about twenty applicants for the seven vacancies. The club will be larger than in former years, including fourteen instruments, five banjos, three banjorines, two niandolins, and four guitars. This year's trip will probably be taken during the Christmas vacation instead of in the spring, as formerly.