The class in pathology have finistled their work. Dr. Dorrance has organized a class in cleft palate work. Ten men have applied for positions on the '96 baseball team. Dr. Jas. Wood will address the Hahnemannian Society this evening. Dr. Novy gave the 96 medies an examination in bacteriology, Monday. The senior laws will have their third section quiz in Evidence this week. A theolog,from North Western, is at the University hospital' for treatment. Algha Xu will hold its regular semester election Saturday evening at 7:45The '96 Mandolín club expects to be ready for a firstappearance about April 1. The faculty will meet Saturday night to close up the first semester records. President Angelí will deliver an address at Johns Hopkins University, Feb. 22. Sunday's ínter Ocean contains a well illustrated write-up of the U. of M. Press Club. The Ann Arbor Rifles will hold a carnival Wednesday, Feb. 22, to which all students are invited. The University minstrels make their first bow to the public at Ypsilanti next Wednesday, Feb. 22 The demonstrational courses in the medical department end this week, and new ones begin next Monday. The U. of M. Glee and Banjo clabs will next appear at Jackson and Leslie, Mich., Feb. 24 and 25, respectively. Myron J. Jones, Wooster college's crack orator, is in town training under Prof. Trueblood for the Ohio state contest. Phi Delta Phi will give their annual banquet at Detroit, tonight. Many of the faculty and prominent alumni will be present. Dr. Lombard exercised his authority against evil doers, Mondav, by advising a certain soph medie, who was caught in the act of using a poney, to leave the room. Mr. Pomeroy Ladue, who succeeds Air. Hall as instructor in mathematics, was connected with f the Signal Service department at I Detroit before hisappointment here. The closing concert of the School of Music was given, on Thursday evening, Feb. 16, in Newberry hall. The first concert in the series of chamber concerts will be given blaren 2iid. Rumor has it that the senior lits have sworn not to shave during next semester. The young ladies say it is so, as far as they are concerncd, while it is suggested the young gentlemen will all go to a barber's. In the current number of Harper's Weekly, Feb. n, 1893, in the article, "American Physicians in Berlin," will be found a very complimentary reference to Willoughby D. Miller, A. B., '75, Ph. D., '85.' At a meeting in Detroit Saturday, of the Detroit branch of Collegiate Alumnae, Mrs. J. T. Sunderland was appointed on a committee together with three other ladies, to work for the passage of the co-ed's annex clause, in the bill appropriating money to the University. It is reported that the faculty keep a close watch on the college work of the members of the University Glee and Banjo Clubs. If it is found to suffer on account of too much work in the musical line, the offender is at once invited to withdraw from his club. A case of this has happened this semester. Sides for the local debate, Feb. 25, have been assigned. The affirmative speakers are Messrs. Falknor, Redick, Purdy, and Jefferis. Lipson, Best, Troy, and Kilbride will speak against the question, which is the same as will be debated with Wisconsin, March 31, "Should the United States adopt the policy of subsidizing the mercantile marine?"