November 8 is field-day. A new chemical society ia on the tapis. P. J. Livingston is president of the junior medies. C'ilumbia college will have 1,900 students this year. Senior independents will meet next S-iturday afternoon. The law will select officers four weeks froiu next Saturday. Tliirty newmembers joined theFoley Guild last Saturday evening. Fresh and Soph rushed in the main hall last Saturday. Medies and dents enjoyed a social in the chapel last Friday evening. The Beta Thetes banqueted at Hangsterfer's hall last Saturday night. Hoo! Yah! Heo! Bo ra! Bang! Eoar! Michigan! Michigan! Ninety-four! The junior laws challenge any class in the university to a game of rugby. The U. of M. team beat the D. A. C. at Detroit on Saturday last by a score of Ü8 to 0. Seventeen members of the class of '90 are studying for the master's degree in the law department. Sixty-three new members were voted in at the meeting of the Choral Union held on Tuesday evening. The Wesleyan Guild has purchased a lot on the corner of State and Washington-stB and will soon erect a building. Chadbourne was elected tug of war captain for the freshmen, at the meeting held last Saturday, and Roger Sherman was made captain of the rugby eleven. Messrs E. C. Warriner, I. W. Durfee, F. H. Jerome, C. C. Benedict, R R.Moore, W. C. Conaut and S. B. Grubbs re attending tlie Delta Upsilon convention at Chicago. The number of students enrolled on Tuesday noon was 2,284, distributed as follows: Literary, 1,064 ; law, 535; medical, 385; dental, 133; pharmacy, 93 homcepathic, 74. There will be a public meeting of the University Prohibition Club, in the law lecture room, Friday. at 7:30 p. m., October 24. Short speeches will be deliv ered by members of the club. All are iuvited. The geological society have electet the following officers: President, J. E Church ; vice president, Miss Miller seeretary, Mr. Blodgett ; executive com mittee, Mr. Church, Miss Patterson anc Mr. Stone. The U. of M. Oratorical Associatioi met on Friday evening last and ratifiec the constitution of the Northern Orator ical League. It was decided to exclude i'rom contests all those who have taken an academie degree. " Resolved that the pension legislation as passed by Congress, iscommendable.' The foregoing question will be debate' at the next meeting of the Adelphi, by E. II Edwards on the affirmative and W. E. Griffin on the negative.