In external appearance and mechanical execution this year's Inlander is a great improvement over former years. The cover page printed in blue on maize colored paper, shows the main building surrounded with a wreath of flowcrs arranged in a tasty marnier. The editors used good judgment in the selection of matter for the first number. Among the more lengthy articles worthy of mention are: "A Few Comments on the Foreign Element of New York City," an article well written and a clear statement of the subject by H. W. Webber, '94 Law. A short story by Mable Colton, entitled "Waiting at Creed's Crossing," "The Egg on its End," a story of 1 Columbus by Fred Briggs. Yhere 1 are a number of poems worthy of ' merit.