The seniors will give asocial at Granger's Acadeiuy, January 23. The S. C. A. is niaking arrangements to bave a series of waDgelical meetings. G. B. Harrison, '96 L. , is now managing editor of tbe U. of M. Daily, and is ably filling its editorial colmnus. Lockers have been put into the law building for the acoomodation of ooatg and bats. A fee of f 1 is charged and sonae of the laws are kicking. The '97 law class has eleeted tbe following officers: B. T. Riley, president; Cari Miner.of Ann Arbor, secretary; T. H. George, manager of field sports; D. E. Minnis, sergeant-at-arms. Tbe gentle notes of "The Yellow and Blue" are still wafted into tho night air from the Glee olub's room in the main building. The glee and banjo clnbs are practising hard for this spring's trip. 5 A. L. O. Atkinaou, a '98 law, was operated on for appendioitis at the hospital during the Cbristmas holidays and has so far recovered from the operation that he will be able to resume bis university work shortly. The Lewis art; oolleotion is placed. There are 500 paiutings and 50 pieces of statuary. Slauy of the paintinge adora the walls of the reading room and the collection isorowdedinto every nook and corner conceiváble. Reoent donations to the woman'sgym ftmd: Mrs. T. W. Palmer, Detroit, $350; Miss Hndson. of Detroit, $5: Mrs. V. C. Vanghan, of this city, $25; Mrs. Van Dnsen, of Kalamazoo, 100: Mrs. Beers, of Chicago, 5.00. Frank Sextoo, 98 M. , has been selected to coach the baseball team the coming seasou. Mr. Sexton was the urack pitcher of last year and his eloction as ooaoh necessarily precJndes hiin from occapying his old position. The Athletio Board held a meeting Tuesday night aud elected Ward W. Hughes, '98, assistant manager of baseball team and Edwin H. Hnmphry, '97, treasurer. Mr. Hnghes showed there was a balance in the treasury of $385.92. The girls well know that they can't gtt along withont the boys and a good illustration of this fact was shown this weok by the ladies who have the woman'8 gym fnnd in charge. Invitatious were addressed to all the iraternities and olasses of the nniversity to attend a meeting held Tuesday evening at the home of President Angelí. There Was a good attendanoe aud the result Vfiil be placed before a meöting of the woman's league tomnorrow aftornoon, and experienoe, neck tie and pillow sham socials are snpposed to be on the tapis for the benefit of this fund. Dr. George Doek, professor of the theory and practioe of medicine and of pathology in the deparkaent of medicine and surgery, bas justreceived notice of his appointment to the charge of pathology and baoteriology in the Jefferson medical college at Philadelphia. It has been feared for some time that the uni versity was abouttolose the professor and thia announoement will be greatly regretted. It will be remembered that the chair of patholgy was conabined with that of theory and practice of medicine less than a year ago, apparently to dispense with the services of Dr. Henage Gibbes, who held the former position. Tbe resolution combined the two chairs for only one year aDd there are those who believe that Dr. Dock's resignación in the near future to accept the new position effered him will result in the restoration of Dr. Gibbes to his former place on tbe medical faculty. - Sonday s Detorit Tribnue.