The belief current iu years previous to the effect that the university was a startlingly irreligious place seems to have less foundation than ever before. The churches have all beeu making a speoial effort and the societies among students are very prosperous. The Students' Christiau Association reports about 650 menibers, 150 new. They have been doing aggressive work, and with lectures and social fnnctious the S. CA. is one of the eilief factors in college life. Among other speakers, Grahani Taylor, of the college settlernent in Ghicago, will 'lecture during the winter. The Y. M. C. A. of the uuiversity has had a most successful year. They have increased their membership from 100 to 250 and have raised a large snm over their current expenses. They, too, have beeu pushing the work, gettiug jobs for more than 100 men, aud making at least 1,500 calis.