The freshman spread will prob)robably occur next week. An examination for the Freshmen Glee Club will be held on Saturday, October 28, at 10 a. m., in Room 24. All singers are invited. G. L. Patterson, who threw the ïammer for our track team in Chicago last June, won first place in the Cornell fall field day last Saturday. He broke the record with a throw of 86 feet 3 inches. Prof. Carhart went to Chicago last night to finish up his work as a member of the Jury of Award on Electricity at the World's Fair. Ass't Prof. Patterson will have charge of his classes during his absence. The Glee and Banjo clubs have completed their examinations and are now hard at work. The Glee Club will be under the supervisión of Prof Kempf, the Banjo of Henry Haug. Some new music has been procured which is of the highest character and will please all. President Angelí left Friday morning for Chicago, where he has gone to secure, if possible, additions to the museum. The university was very fortúnate in obtaining the Chinese exhibit at the New Orleans exhibition. It is to be hoped that equal success awaits us at the Columbian. The S. L. A. are considering a plan which will do away with all strife at future eíections. A system of electors who will represent the different departments, in proportion to the number of subscribers in that department, and who will meet and elect the officers, is proposed, although nothing definited has been decided. The trans-Mississippi men, of the senior law class, met yesterday at noon, and after an informal ballot, chose Mr. Elliott as their candidate for president. This practically elects Mr. Elliot, as under an agreemetit made last year, the transMississippi men were to have the presidency this year, in return for giving the office in their junior year to a Michigan man.