The seniors will have iheir first olass social at Granger's tunight. The Chicago Uuiver.sity Maroon says the reason that Chicago was defeated by Michiagu was belcause we had the best team. That's the way to say it. Messrs. Albright and Vest have been oh osen to represent the Webstor society in the interclass debate froni which will be chosenMichigan's leaders in the debate against Chicago. President House, '96, has added the following to his cominittees: Cap and gown, W. C. Borst, cbairman ; J. H. Quarles, E. P. Billings, Misa A. M. Cartwright, Miss Holen C. Dyer; anditing coinmittee, Fred A. Eckert, A. F. Rockwell, Joward Bement. Pennsylvania claims the eastern football champiouship. Mr. Penny, champion of the easc, allow us to introduce Mr. Michigan, champion of the west. You have heard a great deal of each other and we feel sure you will find great pleasure in becoming better acqnaiuted. Captain Baird says next yeai 's football eleven will be fnlly as good as thia year's. The only men who will not return, from preseut indications, are Captain Hollister, Hall aud Bloomingston. Mort. Senter is regarded as very likely to be the captain of next year's team. At a meeting of the football playera last night Murt. Seuter was elected captain of the ream for next yoar. Au auvitation asking duit ihe team come to Leland Stauford nniversity during the holidays, was received aud it is before theboard of control. A!umnus lor November is at hand. It coutains iiuinerous college items, with a half tone picture aud sketch of Charles Francis Brush, the famons eleotrician, who graduated here in the olaes of '69. Noah W. Cheever has the soiíoiui of nis articles npon The University during War Times," iu this unraber. Three thonsand people tnrned out Mouday uight co listeu to tba seooud concert Ju tlie Ghoral Union series, whiuh was a song recital by Mine. Cloiueutiue deVere Sapio, the s.rpiauo, assisted by Miss Charlotte Jaffe aud Heiiuau Zeitz, of the School of Musio faonlty. Tue iiext concert will be "Elijah," Jan. 17. At a meeting of the athletio board Wodnesday eveniug it was deoided to loave the football obainpionship betvveen the '90 laws and 9H lit class nudecided, The report f rom the Chicago game showed a uet profit of $1,819. Votes of tbanks were giveu Ma.iajíer Bair.i i id Ooaoh MoCauley for tbeir work iu the Football team 's bebalf. Dr. Nancrede preseiited a receipted bill of $75 for patchiug np footbfall pJayers.