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New apparatus to the amount of $200 is to be placed in the woman's gym. Acting President Hutchins, Dr. Vaughan and Prof. Hudson represeated the 17. of M. at Michigan night before the University Club of Chicago on Saturday night. Miss Annah Soule was one of there ladies who were given seats on the platform at the Walker memorial services vi'cently held in the great Music hall, Iioston, Mass. Miss Soule representecl Wellesley college. The secretary of the Alumni Association is sending out circulars requesting the photographs of Michigan men who have been in congress. It is intended to form a collection which will be hung in the alumni rooms. Dr. Eliza Mosher and Miss Barnard have been asked to represent the Woman's League at the conference of the State Federation of Woman's Clubs.which meets between theöth and 12th of next month at East Saginavv. The Woman's League will give a reception at the woman's gymnasium, tonaorrow afternoon in honor of the National Association of Collegiate Alumnae. The reception committee will be composed of the wives of the deans of the seyeral departments. The League will hold an At Home once each month during the college year. Michigan put up a great game of football Saturday and defeated Oberlin by a score of l(i to 6. The rushes were terrific and hardly a scrimmage passed without time beingcallèd,whiie some Uberlinite was brought back to consciousness or a 'Varsity player patched up. The game was free from slugging and only friendly feeling prevailed among the opposing playera. He didn't use one grammatical sentence during the whole time we were on the field" expostulated one of the Oberlin football players after their defeat on Saturday, referring to Michigan's coach. A ragged little fellow, who happened to overhear the ungracious remark, tapped the speaker on the arm and ejaculated; '"Say, mister; that wasa football game not a spellin' match." - Times. A southern club has been organized by the students who come from the other side of Masón and Dixon's line. Fischer, of Kentucky, is president; Nichols, of Kentucky, vice-president; Iloward, of Oklahoma, secretary, and Murrell, of North Carolina, treasurer. The purpose of the club is merely of a social nature, but the members expect to be the means of ultimately bringing more southern students to Michigan. The work accomplished to the present time by the Woman's League has been very gratifying. Over 50 young worpen have been belped to various positioris, such as waiters, seamstresses and kitchen maids. At the woman's headquarters in University Hall some memberof the league has been in constant attendance, and during the next two months it is proposed to plan and put into exeeution new work of usefulness. An endeavor will be made by the inembers to induce as many young women as possible to ally thempelves v;ith the 8. C. A. or other religious body. The senior literary and engineering olass election resul ted as follows: President, Frank S. Simons, of Detroit; vice-president, Miss Louise Stickney, of Grand Haven; secretary, Leroy M. Harvey. of üak Park; 111 ; treasurer, A. S. Wren, of Maskegon; football manager, A. A. Weber, of Jackson; baseball manager, Fred E. Jeefe, of Detroit; track manager, Howard Fe) ver, of Bata via, 111.; class poet, Fred Gauss, of Ann Arbor; 1 torian, Charles II. Farrell, of Dexter; proplietess, Miss Florence Pomeroy, of Anu Arbor; class orator, Charles Simons, of Detroit. It will be noticed that j this was a Michigan election. I


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