Prof. Herrón, who receatly ron ducted a Sociológica! Institute Ivére, is iiow at Princetoti engaged n ] ilar work. The Prohibition club vvill meet in the law lecture room Saturdayi evening: at 7 :o. Music and j dresses vvill make up the program. The state conventibn of the Christian ISndeavor societies will be held n Detroit, March 21 and 22. Delegates will le sent by all the Ann Arbor societies. A dancing club of about twentyive members has been organized among the engineers. The club vill hold an informal dance each Saturday evening through the season, at Nickels' hall. Oratoiy seems to be all the go at )resent. There is hardly a room in he law department that is not occu)ied from four to six, with oratori cal aspirants, who are "practicing up." The same condition of things prevails, to a less degree, in the literary department. The arrangements for the preiminary contest, this evening, ïave practically been completed. The question is, "Resolved, That the Policy of the Federal Government Ought to be to Bring About he Annexation of the Hawaiian Islands." The debaters will ap)ear as Affirmative, Tosiah Dearborn, G. E. Leonard, J. H. Mays, E. W. Marlett; negative, F. W. Newton, B. H. Kroeze, C. F. Kimball, E. C. Lindley. The music will be furnished by Miss Lillie Mae Volland, Miss Minnie Davis and Mr. Albert Long. Mr. Long is a pupil of Mr. Bilbie, and is very mighly spoken of as a violinist. Miss Davis and Miss Volland are both favorites with Ann Arbor audiences. The contestants have studied the question diligently. This assures a close and exciting contest.