Clipped From Weekly Journal-Miner
University Jottlnt;i. Examination of a number of applicants for admittance to tho university took place Saturday. All but tAvo of tho applicants passed tho examination. Tho preparations for tho admittance of studonts aro generally made, and everything is about in readiness. School work in general will begin next Monday, and tho first two or three days of opening, beginning Thursday, will bo taken in examinations. Tlio faculty expect more studonts during tho fall than will arrive at tho opening. Threo Tucson students, Misses Nollio Roid and Mary Osborne, and Charlio Rouso will enter tho freshman year, thoir examination marks boiug such as allowed thom to en-tor it direct, without taking tho preparatory year. Tho shrubbory planted last spring is thriving and growing. But a very small porcontago of it died. Tho lawn grasses aro also growing very favorably. Tho first story of ouo of tho cottages being built by Mr. Roches'tor is up. Work progresses rapidly on tho buildings. Tho largo halls havo been partitioned off into class rooms, with tho exception of tho chapol and assembly room. During school the chapol will bo in chargo of Prof. Gulloy and tho assembly room un-dor Prof. Collingwood. Tucson Citizen.