The Harvard Union.
The first meeting of the Union was but poorly attended. After the reporis of the Secretary and Treasurer had been read, the latter showing a surplus of $30.80 to the good, the meeting elected the following officers: Mr. Halbeit, '85, President; Mr. Sanford, ;85, Vice President; Mr. Rich, '87, Secretary and Treasurer. The question for discussion at the next meeting is "Resolved that party feeling ceases when unfit candidates are made." During the course of the evening it was moved and carried to make a canvass of the college to ascertain the political leaning of the students. Of those who spoke were Mr. Hansen, '85, Mr. Jennings, Mr. Rich, Mr. Merriam and Mr. Saunders. After a vote of thanks had been passed to Mr. Saunders, the retiring President, the meeting adjourned.