usually large number of students, and with the erection upon the university grounds of a building for the Law School, now situated at Sixth and Chestnut streets, the final move in the plan of centralizing the various department buildings will have been made. The plans for this building are now in course of preparation, though the site has not yet been chosen.
At the last Houston Club smoker held on Saturday night, a special programme was arranged in honor of the football team, whose members, together with others interested in athletics made short addresses.
The new Philadelphia Museum is now being built upon a lot of ground opposite Franklin Field. It is designed when completed to cost five million dollars, and is intended to contain, besides the collections owned by the city, the wonderful series of Babylonian relics, secured by Professor Hilprecht, and rivalled in value by the collection in Constantinople alone.