A. E. Jenuinga, chairmnn of the building committee of the S udents' Christian Assoeiation, has told what luck he has had in Boliciting funds for their proposed building. He entered upon his work July 15 last. One person eave $15,000, and they have about $18,000 subscribed in all with a prospeot of $20,000 for an endowment. They want to raise $7,000 more. The building will cost $25,000 exclusive of furniture. It is expec.ed that work will be begua on the building in April, 1888, and finished by 1889. He wauts every student to help raise money, when they go home, tor tha building.