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OCR 1-l'NII.AVll AHBI.r.K Tells What He Has Sccii mul IIonrl in that ICliri; Dlll-lUiC Ihc I'not Scvi'ii lt;l s nul XiehtN. H. P. Glover has returned from iiis western trip, and everybody seems particularly well pleased to Bee him home again. Ed. Cornwell arrived home Sunday from his trip around the world, looking healthy and seeming in excellent spirits. We understand thatMisses Ruth :;nd Mary Putman will aocompany Miss Anna May Soule on a continental tournextinonth. Miss Ruth willreraain i n Uresden a y ear, theotherladiesreturning in September. We notico tliat EdmundfHewitt ia again iu charge of hisold boot and shoe store. The stoi-k w as purchased for him at the sale last week. The Normal seniors gave a very swell reception at the Normal last Friday evening to the faculty and students. M√≠sses Julia Stebbinsand Lizzie Millspaugh have returned from New York, where they ha7e been taking lessons in voice cufture for some months. Rev. J. T. Sunderland gave his last lecture at Cleary Hall last Sunday evening. His choir came with him and renderedsomt √ľneinusic. The Y. M C. A. held aparlor conference at the residence of A. Minor lastTuesday evening with a fine attendanee. The Normal news oratorical contest, Friday evening, May Sth, promisesto be of special interest, and without doubt there will be a attendanee to witness the triutnphs of the lucky orators. The medals which will be given are valued at $100. A goodly number of our musical people heard the Boston Symphony concert at the University Tuesday evening and were more than pleased, as a natural consequence. Rambj


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