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Dr. Wright, '81, of Kent City, Mich., is in the city. The two Law liteniry societies had their annual joint debate Wednesday evening. Tliose about the University are well pleased with the Iiupublican noinineesfor Rege nts. Mrs. Geddes intends to Icave the Psi Upsllon houso. As yet they have not secured any one to take her placo. Profs. Pettee and Wead have let contracts for some fine home to be erected in the southern part of the first ward. The other day when a law student wanted to go over to the medical departnient to sec a medie friend, he asked how he could fiud him. He was told just to follow his nose. Walker, the catcher of last season's University base-ball nine, will play this season with the Toledo club, and M. B. Lockwood has been engaged as pitcher for the Albany club. The Palladinm board have been rather tardy In their work, and it is doubtful when it will be published. At any rate it will uncloubtedly not be issued until after the Laws have gone. The regular musical recitals of the pupils of the Muaic School are held n altérnate Weduesdays afternoons, the next one being next week. The pupils, and teachers of the school are present, and all friends who are interested in hearing classical music are cordialiy welcomed. They are held in the music room in the North college building. Hon. John B. Finch, of Nebraska, will delivera temperance lecture in University Hall next Sunday afteriioon, at 3 o'clock. Subject: "The Next Line in Advance.'' Mr. Finch is a lawyer who has thrown hiraself with great energy into the moyement to secure constitutional prohibition, and has won a high reputation as a platform speaker. Judgingfrom the testimoniáis of those that have heard him, the people of Aim Arbor may reasonably expeet to hear the temperance question handled with uuusual ability. Mr. Finch speaks under the auspices of the University Temperance Association. e '- - ¦"¦- ' ' ' ' '' " ;- ¦'-¦ : ' m_ ' - - , ¦