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Wo adviso tho mombors of tho Gymna
siiun olub to roorganr0, elect some onor
gotic and wido-awako ofllcor, procure a
more suitablo and convenient place of
mooting than tho bnsoiriont, purchase somo
more apparatus, and tlio tako hotter oaro
of it than you did of your last lot. In tho
spring, after you have succeeded in making
some advance and improvement in your
sword and glove exorcises, drnw up a pro
gramme for outdoor sports, and prepare
for .Field day, as do tho studonts of other
colleges. This tiling of plodding through
our college, lifo in tho same old rut is be
coming quite monotonous. We want a
change. Let the studonts consider this
suggestion carefully, for we believe that if
followed out it will prove quito satisfactory.
dents aro suro to follow it
havo serious intontions.
ochI 4cn s.
Is this vacation?
Who is Editor-in-Cliiof?
Did you havo a ploaiinl vacation V
There are twenty now students this torm.
Wo givo thorn a hearty welcome.
A Happy Now Year to all.
Prof. (Jollier is not able to attend his
classes this term, and tho Chancellor takes
charge of them.
Tho Unions are following tho principles
ushered in by Leap Year to tho letter.
At their tlrst meeting of tho term tho girls
noted as the oseort-s of the boys with as
much gracefulness as if Leap Year came
oftcnor than once in four years.
One of our noble Fresh ios has been
elected Ohanccllor ol Monroe Contor Col
lego. That iyho kind M' a ICean ho is.
Wo learn tVim good authority that Mr.
(Jlarenco Rood lias committed matrimony,
lie has taken unto himself a hotter (V)
half. That is the way it runs; llrst the
Prof. set the example, and all the lu-
Did your havo your boots on both sides
of tho fonco at once ? Wo havo.
Why doos Prof. Howard's countonanco
woar such a proud, pleased expression this
At a mooting of the Board of "Regents in
Dccombor, tho Faculty was empowered to
employ an assistant for Prof. "lSmorson
whon it is doomed oxpediont. Tho remu
neration of tho assistant is not to oxeced
fifty dollars por torm. Mr. Fosslur has
charge of ono Gorman elass for this torm.
Luurouco desorves it.
Friday evening of next week, in tho
Palladia!! Society, is to belong exclusively
to the girls. All tho duties from boing
President of tho Society up to seeing that
tho gentlomon of tho Society havo propor
company, dovolvo upon tho ladies. Wo
look forward in fond expectancy.
Maiiiukd. Geo. K. Howard, '7(, to
Miss Alice M. Frost, '70. Olassmatos as
they wore, it is very iltting that thoy
should go through Life's journoy together.
Yo Local has, not yet congratulated them,
but ho docs so now with tho wish that tlio
fond oxpectations of the newly-wedded
pair may bo realized.
The Union Society has niado applica
tion to tho Board of Regents to have their
hall enlarged. Nothing definite will be
done concerning it until it is pronounced
expedient by a competent architect. Tho
Unions aro sadly in need of a larger hall,
and it is to be hoped that prompt measures
will bo taken to meet this nocd.
hoarding clubs aro becoming quito pop
ular among tho young men of tho Uni
versity. To meet tho increasing demands
for cheap board two club? have boon or
ganized. Tho most impecunious student
can hardly find fault with tho cost of club
boarding, and it is a very groat improve
ment over the old method of "baching."
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