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How much can we go home for? is interesting the student world, ns the liolidays approach. Creclitá are being corrected, preparatory to the issue of the Calendar for the present year. Mr. Fred Greve, of Fargo, Dakota, will spend the holidays with his mother on Liberty street. Dr. Palmer addresses the Students' Christian Association in the chapul at 8:30 Sunday inorning. A flne program is announced for tomorrow evening at 7:30, at Alpha Nu Hall. It is to be devoted to a cousideration of Hawthorne. Governor Begole arrived in the city on Wednesday to attend the dedicación of the new library building. He was the guest of Hon. C. H. Richmond. The library has been presented by Dr. S. A. Jones with a manuscript copy of " Theodorici Chirurgia," of the 15th century. This is the first manuscript book in the collection. Dr. Duffield ha given a copy of the Vulgate Bible, and Regent Shearer au elegant edition of Hogarth. The official notice of vacation of the old library room in the 1 aw building and of the occupation of the new building is given below. It was posted Wednesday at the entrance to the old quarters : The new library building will be open for readers to-rnorrow morning (Dec. 13) at 8:30 standard time. This room, as the room of the general library, will be cloaed permanently at 5:30 to-day. r. c. davis, December 12; 1883. Librarían. The Regents held a short session just befoie the exercises in the Hall Wednesday evening. A vote of thanká was given the American Steam Guage Co. for a number of fixtures presented to the department of mechanical engineering. Win. K. Higley was granted the degrce of pharmaceutical chernist, having completed the requiaite amountof work. Application for the same was not regularly made in June. $500 were appropriated from the general fund for the purchase of books for the law library. The board tuen adjourned until 9 a. m. yesterday mornlng, at which time no gession was held, through lack of qnorum.


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