The athletio assooiation cleared $-100 ou tho Minnesota garne. The art gallery will hereafter be kept open two honrs every afternoon to accomuiodate out of town visitors. The ü. of M. Daily issued a very fiue souvenir edition the day of the f ootball game in Detroit aud it niet with a ready sale. The contest for the iuterclass supremaey at football between the '98 lits aud 'ííü laws has been poetponed until after Tbanksgiving. The freshmen had a very enjoyable first social at Grauger's Friday evening. Mesdaines C. E. Green, J. Á. Keating and L. J. Mack were tha patronesses. Coach JVlcCauley quits football forever, he saya, ending np his work in Chicago. He will go to the University of Peuusylvania to continue his studies in medicine. The organ in the Uuiversity chapel, which for inany years resounded wi th good old hymns in the old fashioned chapel days, has been removed to the S. C. A. building. Harry Colemau, last year managing editor of the U. of M. Daily, has purchased F. S. Litch's interest in theOakland County Post and is now sole propcietor and editor. President House, of the senior class, has apponted oorumittees for the year with the following chairmen : Arraugements and finanue, C P. Hiokey; receptiou, L. A. Pratt; invitation, G. J. McMulleu; social, W. A. Lewis class memorial, G. H. Woods. The hospital homeopathie is verj proud of the f act that there are -ruon people in the hospital than at any time previous ín eight years. The inde pendenoe of the homeopathie school froin thfi allopathie is generally commended, as the homeops are taking great interest in making a showing, while with a general steward and with the old faculty they were not doing so well. The glee, mandolín and banjo clubs have been organized for the year. The glee club will be managed for the yeai as f ollows : C. H. Morse, .ir. , P. G. , pres. ident; H. V. Standart, '98, secretary; F. R. Waldron, '97, manager; S. B. Tremble, '97, assistant manager. The Detroit concert will occur December 13. The Christmas trip will include points in northern Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Tiiere will be a trip west in the spring as far as Colorado Spriugs. The students are quite inceased at Caspar W. Whitney, Harper's knowall about football, for his recent articlé in Harper's Weelky in which he criticized Michigan in particular and the west in general for, as hesays, having men upon the footballeleven who are hired to fill their positions. Whitney accredited the management of the Michigan team tn a Ch cago man and otherwise displayed a dense iguorance in what he had to say with reference to the Michiagu team. Areporter who inisconstrued facts as Mr. Whitney did in his article would not be tolerated on a country newspaper.