The University of Michigan Democratie club met in the law lecture room last night. Much enthusiasm prevailed. President Turnipseed presided. The election of officers was immediately proceeded to, which resulted as follows: For president, Mr. Bordeaux and Mr. Hegner were nominated; the former received 154 and the latter 80. Mr. Bordeaux was declared elected and took the chair. The following additional officers were then elected, the ballot being cast by the secretary, acting under the unanimous vote of the club. Harry Moore first vice-president, E. C. Shields second vice-president, A. W. Lackton corresponding secretary, B. S. Gailey recording secretary, H. K. Bente treasurer, and H. E. Naegley, marshall. A motion was made and duly carried, that the president beempowered to apfioint all committees nccessary to make arrangements for the banquet to be given on Jefferson's birthday. Arrangements are being made to have many democrats of national prominence present at the banquet, and it promises to be a notable event.