The great Columbian organ, with a set of pipes longer than the Ann Arbor sewer system, and less déadly at the joints, will become the property and the pride of the University Musical society. At a meeting of the directors of the society, held Friday evening, it was decided to nake the purchase at once. The funds for the purchase are not all at immediate command, but the situation is such as to justify reliance on future providence for :he unprovided balance. Drafts on the party referred to have usual! y been generously honored and it is not thought that one further demand will be allowed to go to protest. The organ is one of the largest, if not the largest, in the country. It will occupy as much room as a Wonderland fat woman in a car seat, but this cannot be helped. The proudest event in the history of this Columbian thunderer will ever be that of its removal from Festival Hall at the World's Fair, to the center of harmony, in the most famous university in America.