The Calendar will not be out until this afternoon.
The sophomore crew will go to a training table Monday.
There are still over 200 men on the waiting list at Memorial.
The Y. M. C. A. will hold a Sunday evening meeting at 6.30 p. m.
Professor Royce has articles in the January numbers of Scribner's and of the Atlantic.
Rev. Brooke Herford will address the Christian Association next Thursday.
About one-half of the men who have been training with the freshman crew have been dropped.
At the school of Veterinary Medicine there is to be given a course in practical horse-shoeing.
Every morning during the recess several men practiced tumbling at the gymnasium with Mr. Bowler.
During the past two years Minnesota and Wisconsin have established more than 12,000 school libraries.
The University of Minnesota is having a lawsuit over the possession of a seventy pound aerolite lately found.
Dr. George William Warren, the well-known composer of church music, is a lecturer at Columbia College.
Several men join the University today, coming from Williams, and the Universities of Kansas and California.
During the vacation a number of carpenters have been at work repairing the bowling alleys in the gymnasium.
Rev. Brooke Herford will preach tomorrow at Appleton Chapel and will conduct prayers for the next three weeks.