Leipzig, vareh 5, 1897. The U. of M. students, wherever they are, are bound by fellow and loyalty to their Alma Mateí. The graduates studying here in Leipzig met this evening and 'oíd times" were revived. It was not forgotten that many of us on our arrival in this foreign land were at a loss how to select the proper university and professors, how to avoid the difBculties that result from ignorance of Germán laws and eustoms, in short, to get " pointers." It was therefore considered a practical idea to form ati association whose object will be not only to serve the selflsh end of social fellowship, but also to furnish any desired infonnation to those who intend to do gradúate work here, as well as to aid new arrivals. The ü. of M. Daily will bekeptinformed of the names of the members of the Leipzig U. of M. Alumni Association and of the address of the secretary, to. whoni letters may be acldressed. F. I). Sherman, "cST; C. O. Townsend, ?88; F. B. Sturm'92; J. E. Manchester, '98-4; E. C. Sullivan, 'i)4; .T. J. LaSalle, '96 M; S. II. Baer, '9(5; Klinger, '95; Prof. Stevens, '85. Townsend made his Ph. I). in Decenw ber, and herman just took his examination successf ullv todav.