The Board of Regents meet today. Prof. Pettee is now away visiting schools. S. C. A. reception today, June 2, at the Baptist church parlors. The senior homeops have commenced their work in practical surgery. Justice Brown will lecture twice a day on Admiralty to the senior and ). g. laws. Next Sunday morning at chapel, Drof. Stanley will speak upon "Sacred Music." Dr. Martin has gone to Milwaucee to read a paper before the National Medical Association. Saturday morning at nine o'clock ;he senior lits will meet at the gymnasium to sit for a group picture. Prof. Knowlton gave a very interesting lecture on the " Jurisprudence of the Jews," Monday night. Both '96 lits and '94 laws have received their new suits. The :ormer are of light gray, the latter crimson. The freshman lits will hold a social in Granger's Hall, Saturday evening. The freshman glee club will furnish the music. The '94 laws have taken a new departure in suits. The have come out in dark red which makes a very attractive appearance. Dr. Yutzy, lecturer in osteology, has decided to leave the University at the close of this college year, and enter private practice. He intends to lócate Sioux City, Ia. All the professors of the Homeopathie department are in Chicago this week, attending the World's Congress of Homeopathie Physicians. During their absence the quiz-masters have fu41 swing. In a recent letter received from Dr. Howell, at Harvard, he remarks: "I feel more convinced than ever that the medical students at the U. of M. go into practice with as good a training as can be obtained in the country." The Chequamegon Orchestra played at the senior reception of the Normal School, Ypsilanti, last Saturday evening and gave such good satisfaction that they were immediately engaged to play for the junior reception and alumni dinner. The following program was rendered at the Webster society meeling Wednesday evening: Declamation, J. A. Titsworth; essay, D. E. Edwards; oration, W. J. Landman; impromptu debate, aff., Messrs. Phillips and Chamberlain, neg., Messrs-. Lowrie and Grosbeck. Word was received from Professor Hudson a short time ago that he had secured, for the library, from the French government, a portion of the great collection entitled "Documents inedits sur l'historie de France." The volumes, 62 in number, were forwarded through the Smithsonian Institution, and reached the library last week.