The clsss in drawing which begins this week will recite in the library room at 2 o'clock on Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Mr. J. H. Matthews, of the State Agricultural college of Iowa has been spending several weeks inspecting our methods of work in the physical laboratory. The orator of the senior class was chosen last Tuesday after chapel. The seniors hád intended to chose the orator by contest, but as the time is limited and no definite steps were taken, it was thought best to elect one. Mr. W. E. Turton, o Salt Lake City, Utah, was electec by a large majority, and all are satisfied with the result as Mr. Tur ton is deemed very competent to hold this position. The programs of f he üterary socieries arvery interesting this week. The sabjcct of the debate at the Lyceum i, "Resolved, That Gov. I Altgeld Wás Justified in Pardonibg the Chicago Anarchists." Messrs. Thurman and Turtou support the affirma.tive, while Messrs. Weinstein an ! Prowbridg? are to defenil the iiegattve. There has been quite a graat dí-al of ]reparation for this debate and all should be present who can. Visitors are always welcome.