i lie jji ugi üuiiiica 01 uic lucxaiy societies have been again postponed this week on account of the Choral Union concert. On account of the illness of Miss Taylor the classes in Rhetoric have been conducted this week by her sister, Miss Mattie Taylor. The S. C. A. meeting this afternoon will be led by Mr. S. H. Warriner, with the subject "The Practical Christian." A large attendance is desired. The social given by S. C. A. last Friday evening, in Ñewberry hall, was one of the best ever given by this society. There was a large attendance and all present spent a very pleasant evening. The idea of having a class pin is being talked about by the seniors, and in all probability will be voted. on by the class before long. This scheme has never been tried by any graduating class before, and if it could be accomplished, would be very good way to spend money. Possibly the amount usually spent for a banquet could be utilized for this purpose. There is sorae talk of challenging the Detroit High School to a debate to take place here, in the near future. If the present plans could be carried out, and the High School hall secured for such an entertainment, there would probably be a large attendance. A small ad mission fee would probably defray all the expenses, and it is to be hoped that the debate may be assured before long.