John P. Whitjng, the boy mayor of St.Clair, will enter the Jaw school next week. Ed. C. Shields, manager of the U. of M. bal! team, has arranged for a game with Oornell, at Buffalo, on May 23. There will be two balls tonight as a resnlt of the society war, oue at Toledo by the nine fraternities and one at tbe gymnasium by the fonr other fraternities, assisted by the iudependents. Tha Toledo party will leave on a special train and return home by it after the ball. The "gym"-nastio fellera bave got the cHaperonefs away from the Toledo crowd, and they claim they will spare no expense to make their party very snccessfnl. The Tuledo boys will have to aute about $15 apiece as their assessment Ed. Hangsterfer will cater for both parties. Schremser's band and orchestra, of Detroit, will furnish ïnusic at Toledo and the Fort Wayue band will do the dulcet act for the l'gym" dancers. Caspar VV. Whituey made himself tha bntt for a good snnb in Chicago last Friday when the western colleges had a meeting of athletio delegates to talk over the sitnation in the west. Caspar had the effrontery to invite himself to the meeting and gave it out that he wonld speak and defend his charges of professioualisin in the west. He invited all the delegates to dinner with him. He was going to be very graoions and nice. Bat the delegates never went near him and he ate his diuner all alone at one hotel while Ihey discussed their menu at a different one. Whitney retracted his charges of professionalism against E anston and Northwestern but said that he found no other instances to qualify his charges against the athletes in western colleges. Dr. Nancrede represen ted Michigan at the meeting.