The sopliomores will elect officers to-mörrow. 126,030 books were drawn from the library last year. The '9-t and '95 medies are aïranging for a foot-ball contest. The democratie students meet toniglit in the law quiz-room. The rugby teatu will play Oornell at Chicago, on ïhanksgiving day. A small U. S. flag now floats from the staf!' over Secretary Wade's ofKce. The U. of M. eleven will play Obei-lin on the fair grounds, Saturday afternoon. The I'rohibition club will meet at Newberry hall, this ovoning, to eleet OfflCtTS. The annual lawn tenuis tournament is teing held ou the University courts, tliis week. Thfi senior laws wKl endeavqj to finish electing their class officers, Saturday morning. The Philological society has reorganized by electing Prof. Thomas, president, and Prof. Hempl secretary. A meeting of the va'rious class football captains will be held Monday evening, to arrauge the inter-class schedule. The "freshman" spread given by tIk' ladies of the eophmore, junior and senior classes to their freshmen sisters, will be held this evening in Nlckels' Hall. The University señare has decided to support the civil authorities in enforcing order, and any student arrested will also be called upon by the faculty for an explanation. The U. of M. eleven was defeated by the Albion team in the game, Saturday, by a 6core of 10 to 4. Our boys claim Ilegal playing on the part oí the Albion team. ■ The íall field-day sports will ,be contested on the fair grounds, Saturday, Oct. 31st. The usual races and sports are on the program, together with a rugby game with the team from Butler University. A stranger walking along the campus and viewing the "foot-ball wrecks," students with black eyes, broken cheek-bones and sprained ankles and arms, would not doubt but that rugby is a pleasant diversion from study. A stranger watching the slugging qualities of the Albion team and being told that they hailed from a Methodist college, rcmarked: "You don't mean to say those fellows are being educated for the ministry. I should judge they would make better prizefighters." Reuben Huutington, of Ontoñagon, and Miss Aiñanda Wood, of this city, were united in marriage at the residence of W. W. Saunders, on Cathcrine street, Wednesday evening. The supervisors re-arranged the representative distriets, yesterday afternoon, changing Freedom and Superior the former from the second to the first district, and the latte? from the ïirst to th esecond district. There was no opposition, but one vote being recorded again'st the measure.