The Wrinkle vvill appear next week. Win. Copeland has the contract for the addition to tbc engine house. The board of regents yosterday appointod Anna L. T3acorn, instructor iu Englisli. Another student was arrested Monday and fined $,'!.75 for ridiDg on the side walk. The university enrollment lias reached and passed the coveted throe thousand mark The Choral Union course will open Nov. 18. Thomas orchestra will give the flrst concert. The U. of M. Chess Club has reorganized with Alian Campbell, of Detroit, as president. The university hospital is crowded to its utmost capacity and patients are being turnod away. Twenty-five freshmen are working for the 1901 foot ball team. Nichols, of Detroit, is captain of the team. TheAnn Arbor High School foot ball team defeated the Adrián team Friday on tiie fair gtounds. Score 18 to 0. The U. of M. foot ball team is doing good work. Last Saturday it defeated the OMo State University eleven, 34 to 0. At the council meeting Monday night Alderman Soule proposed an ordinance to compel wheelmen to carry lamps and bells. __ The barn belonging to Abraham Beek on JMiller avenue, was burned to the ground yesterday morning. Loss about $000. At the regents meeting yesterday, sorae fun was caused by the inability of the regents to read Professor Wenley's hand writing, Night Watchmau Hill of the U. of M., was thrown from his wheel Saturday and received painful injuries about his héad and wrist. A complimentary dance íor ladies was given at Granger's Academy Saturday afternoon. It was well attended and passed off nicely. Martin Clark has been made a special ' polieeman as it is thought pólice power will be a useful suppliment to his authority as truant officer. The U. of M. Alumni Association has decided to publish a weekly news paper to be called the Michigan University News. It will be distributed free to Alumni all over the country. Professor James W. Pattison spoke Defore the Art club Thursday night. He lias arranged for a regular series of Thursday evening lectures wllich will be a prominent feature of the club Work. Charles EUwards, assistant chief of the flre department, was initiated into the Forestry a few days ago. He says that after being beáten, batterer and knocked into a cocked hat, he thinks the order all right. Mr. Pardee, business manager for Dr. Kansen during the Jatter's American tour, has received a telegram from Dr. Nansen announcing that he has sailed from Liverpool and is now on his way to New York. The freshmen laws are having a hot time over their election. Michigan wants the president and so do the Western states. There i stih another candidate, a fraternity man, who will draw from all sections. The hottesb rush occurred in the medical lecture room Monday morning. Tbe incoming Freshmen met a solid masa of Sophmores and trouble followed. Secretary Huber of the faculty warned the students and threatetis to punish any who olfend a second time. Dr. W. R. Turner, a gradúate from the University of Michigan, has located here and engaged office rooms in the Ford block ovar the Leader office. He expects to be on hand next Tuesday aud introduce himself to our citizens and become one of us, - Milan Leader The Bible institute to be given under the auspices of the Bible Chairs will begin next Sunday evening at 7:30 in the Churh of Christ. The lectures will be given by Rev. Chas. A. Young, formerly of this city. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the wark will continue in Newberry Hall. Harry Marsh, Michigan's crack bicyclUt of '90, has joined tho party of professionals who are touring the country, and will follow tlis entire circuit into Mexico. Marsh is just rounding into form and last week at Peoria, 111., rode second toGardiner, defeating the graat Tom Cooper and others of cqual note. -Times. The medical women of the University organi.ed an assoeiatian for the consjderation Qf important problems that meet the practicing physician, but are not dealt with in the Jecturo courses. Alumnae, as well as undergraduates, were admltted as members. Last Saturday evening the fit s t regular meeting of the association was held in the' Woman's Gymnasium. The speakers for the evening were Dr, Yiotor ('. Vaughan, Dr, LUia Mosher, and Dr. Mary Wood-Allén. After listening to ( ttioe helpful talks, the flQQrs were cleared, and the remainiug time was j spent in dancing.