n o THE HOBART HERALD. ’96. John K. Walker spent four or five days in Geneva a few weeks ago. ’96. The engagement of Philemon Fowler Sturgiss to Miss Mia Potter is announced. ’96. Ex-Gilbert V. Russell has written to the Dean of the Faculty with regard to returning to Hobart to complete his college course. ’96. Edmund Kirby is teaching in the Collegiate Institute, Hew York City. His address is 63 W. 51st St., which is also the address of Rouis M. Vail,’97, who has begun his work in journalism. ’98-ex. Edward Slosson is able to be in Geneva very often since he is so short a distance away. As was stated in the last issue of T h e H e r a ld , he is at work in Syracuse. College R e e l i n g . TBTONDAY afternoon, Nov. 1st, a college meeting was called, at which I y I time the student body was urged by the Manager and Captain of the J football team, to turn out and accompany the team to Auburn for the purpose of encouraging their team. The subject of a Racrosse team was also brought up by Prof. Reighton. A great deal of interest was shown and J. B.Covert, ’98, wTas elected as temporary Captain and Manager. Prof. Reighton promises a game with the Crescent Racrosse team, the champions of United States and British Isles.