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ors. The students showed their appreciation by pulling the
team up from Markle's hill, on their return; June , 2d,• In the
afternoon a mass meeting of students was held to stir up college
spirit and to prOvide ways and means for the furtherance of ath
letics. After a short but pointed speech' tor. Atherton announced
Gen. J. A. Beaver, whose address was' well received by the stu
dents. W. A. Murray , then spoke on the needs, of the Athletic
Association, and Capt. Quigley also made a financial appeal.
Prof. J. P. Jackson read a couple of interesting letters from Alumni.
The meeting was then,put in the hands of the Association.
During the forepart of May a meeting was held for the purpose
of organizing a golf club. Nothing definite was accomplished,
but this coming Fall it is hoped that one will be organized and
arrangements made for contests with other colleges.
The zpoo La Vie has made its appearance in our midst. It
shows evidence of careful preparation and is noticeably free from
mistakes. The jokes are excellent, though perhaps too severe in
several instances. On the whole, however, the Juniors have every
reason to be proud of their work.
L. W. Reno, 'or, and C. F. Bierbauer, 'O2, started for their
homes in Erie county on the morning of the 12th inst. They in
to make the entire trip on their wheels.
The Alumni dinner held at the University Inn Saturday even
ing, June 10, was largely attended and was greatly enjoyed by
A number of business houses in the town have been recently
repainted, thus greatly adding to their attractiveness.
On Wednesday morning May 31 the Freshman flag was put
up near the Bata Theta Pi fraternity house. The scrap was a
short one, resulting in. a partial victory for the Suphs, as they
succeeded in tearing down part of the flag; but as the Freshmen
succeeded in regaining this, they will have a right to float their
flag in the future,
Prof. Leete sustained.a fracture of the arm, besides other quite
painful injuries as the result of an accident while riding his
Prof. Watson and wife departed during the latter part of
May for a vacation in Europe. Prof. Watson, during this trip,
will study the homes of the different breeds'of light stock in Eng
land, Scotland, France and Germany.