The Law Journal for May will contain au article on Liabilities of Private Corporations, by Prof. E. F. Johnson. Fifteen men are training on putting the shot, on the campus. Some good men are being developed, and good work is done. Professor Garver, formerly of the U. of M., is now prominently cpnnected with the faculty of the Galesburg, 111,, Business College. One of the features of the U. of M. exhibit at the World's Fair will be a collection of all the books written by U. of M. professoTS. Prof. M. L. D'Ooge has an article on "Does a Classical Education Pay the Average Man?" in the March number of the Helios, the official organ of the Grand Rapids public schools. The pen with which Gov. Rich signed the one-sixth mili bilí, together with a letter of congratulation to President Angelí upon its passage, were recently received, and have been placed among the valuable manuscripts in the general library. Prof. McLaughlin's class in American constitutional history has begun work on a new plan. Instead of using Von Holst asa textbook as heretofore, members will read along different topics, on which they will prepare written reports. As the students are not expected to consult primary authorities, it will not be seminary work, but will be preparatorv to such courses.