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- A meeting of tho Board of Kegeuts has been iioticed for January 22, at 10 o'clock a. m. - Prof. D'üoge will give the diseourse in University Hall next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. - President Angelí was present at the fourteenth annual dinner of the Yale Alumni of Cinciunati, held at Hotel Kmery on January 3. - Florus A. Barbour, of the senior class, is bulletined as succeeding Ueorge P. Brown as principal of the Ponüac High School. - Has Regent Collier reeigned tor the full term coinmencing January 1, and if so who is to be appointed his successor '{ are the two exciting questions just now. - A suggestion : is u't the oppositiou the officers of the Students' Lecture Association seem to manifest against auy lecture, concert, or other outside entertainment, both foolish and uujust, boyish rather thun nianly. Having tailed to secure Ingersoll they should - it strikes us- have made no attempt to prevent him from getting an audieiice at the Opera House ou Tuesday eveuing; and the public aunouncemeut of nendintr nfitníinfinna ueifh Kim could mean nothing eise. Tne association has a firm footiug unless its managers recklesbly turn public opinión against it. - The Free Press of Sunday has thi8 "special : " " Prof. Morris, of the Michigan Univeisity, is having marked suceess with his lectures on metaphysica and philosophy at Johu Hopkins Umversity, Baltimore. He has one huudred auditors daily." - Wendell Phillips will give his lecture ou Charles Sumner this evening : in University Hall. The reputation of Mr. Phillips is such as a thinker, writer, and speaker, that he ia always sure of a large audience, and his lecture on Sumner has a special interest for al1 familiar with the national politics of the last tweuty years, and every intelligent American citizeu ought to aim to make himself familiar with the history of the period uained.


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