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Prol. Chas. Il.Stowell is seriously 11. Cornell foots up 637 student this year, 100 more tlian ever before. Miss Ilitehcoek '86, of Toledo spent the latii-r part of last week in town. .Mr. Arthur Howell,'S9, went to AUriHii, liïs home. on Monduy to spend part of the week. The silver plate for the Ferguson Memorial hns arrived, and is now in the art gallerv. Prof. DekM Fall, lit. '7"), was elected president of the Y. M C. A. at its reeent meeting. Pater E. De Mili, '86, vu in town Saturday night. lic is in the gas manufacturing businr-. The M. E. univcrsity at Denver, Col., lias been preseuted with $70,000 by Jacob lluitü, of that state. Mrs. Gillett n the homeopathie hospital has been supplied witli a new piano from Clough & Warren's. Miss Florence Pond, of Detroit, was the guestof Miss Daisy Angelí last Friday.and attended the junior hop. Prof. Sewall waa attacked with lieuiorrhage of the lnngs Mouday, and has heen unable to meet bis classes siuce. Senator Vanee gave the law profession lots of tatfy, and the medical and ministry soiue sharp sarcasm, in address. The new U. S. deputy marshal for the eastern district of Michigan, Oaliisha Pennell, is a gradaste of the uuiversity, clas of -68. Frank H. Coe of Cuelsea, is taking a rest from his studies in the univeróity, on account of the excessive use of nis oyes at the microscope. There are at present 128 medical colleges in the United States and Cañadas. Is it any wonder the country has a surplus of physicians f Adrián college students have the stimulus that four prizescan offer : One in oratory, $25; one jn literatura, $25; essay writing, $15 ; study of Horace, $12.50. The junior law exatnination eonsittedof twenty-four queations on Blackstone and lasted three hours. Every one seemed well pleased with the character and fairness of the examination. Miss Chittendeu and Miss Kimball of Adrián, chapüroned by Mrs. Chittenden were in town Friday and Saturdav. They attended the junior hop and had "' a perfectly gorgeous time." An educational column in the Dowagiac Republican has the following startling piece of iuformation: " Who was the first Czar?" asked the teacher. "JuliusC. Zar! " shouted the boy. James McMillan of Detroit has a son at Yule college, whose animal expenditures, 'tis said, foot up the extravagant sum of $6,000. Alian Sheldoii also has a son there wlio gfltl away with $5,000 yearly. If this he true, the facU are üiscreditable to the fathers and sons alike. College boys cannut ipend sutil aniounts iii a legitimate way; henee, the c-xauiple they set is highly perntoloui uml thoroughly bail from nece8slty. - üratiot Journal. A Washington dUpatcU to the Detroit Tribune under date of Feb. 18th, said : "Tuirty-six jolly boys, mauy of tliein gray and baUl, hut all young in spirits, sat down to a suiuptuous banquet at Willard's hotel to-night. The occasion was the aunual banquet of the Washington alumni assoclatlou of Michigan university. College songs, toasts and stories of old-time student escapades brushed away f or a few hours the years and wrinkles. Senator Palmer prcsided, and Judge Coolcy represeutod the nulvcrsity. Several ineinbcrs of the Michigan dclcgation wcrc prescut." The junior hop last Friday evening was ii Iiiilliant success, its sleep of three years haviiiK givcn it additional lustre. There were 85 couples present, rcpresenting the society Indien and gentlemen of tlieunivet sity. the city and several guests from abroad. A lavish nse of buuting draped In graceful folds; a profuse supply of house planta and natural Üowere, with un exquisito taste in designing and arrangement, converted the palacc rink into a palace in reality. It Is estimated that the expenditures, directly and indirectly, for decoration, flowers, music, toilcts, hacks, dresssuits, etc, reached tlie amount of 3,000. The rrgular program consisted of 20 pieces, bestdes which seven extras wero given. The music was furnished by Speil's orchestra, and Granger diil the catering.


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