Despite adverse circumstances the much talked of parade of the law students took place Wednesday eve. About fifty ciad in immaculate costumes of white appeared on the campus at 9 o'clock, accompanied by several hundred followers. In a short time fully 700 had gathered to witness the scène. To the blare of tin horns the procession started on the march arounci the campus. Vociferous screeches, tin pans and trumpets fü-rnished the necessary amount of pandemonium. An attempt to leave the campus at the northwest corner was stopped by the sight of the stalwart form of Sheriff Brenner, and for the rest of the evening the festivities were carried on under the campus elms. Rushes between the laws and lits frequently took place, but blows were few and good feeling prevailed. About half past eleven the fun ended, with no more serious consequences than the mutilation of the laws' gowns, most of them having passed into the possession of the literary students.