Picnícing 'round Ann Arbor, la very nice they say: There are so many places, To throw dull uare away . PicnlcinE near the river, VV'here many seem to tread, Beneath tbe shady nooke, Around "Oíd Cédar BendPlcniclng on the Island, Pleases all who meet, To hear the lisping waters That ripple on ?o sweet. . Pionieingdown on Lawrence'F, VVhere birds they slngof home, And pheasaiits beat their wild tattoo, tb the forest dome. Pionieinj; up on Lennon's, O'er canopkd by oaks, Bwect tbs trills of laughter, Commingled with the jokes. Pienicing out on Gardner'., Where wecping wlllows sigh, And Aspen lea ves they tremble As the Huron patses by. Plcnlcinz in the grotto, Down in the "School Glrl'a Glen." Idyllic is the beauty In those surrounding Ihem. Plcnlclnglu the city, llow happy those who stay, Where squirrels, they are plenty, The red ones and the grey.