The official programme for Commencent week is as follows: SATUi;rAY.JUNE24. 9 a. m ' - Examination of candidates for admlsslon to the department of literatura, 90Ienoe and the arts. ÍUNDAY, JUXE r:. b p. m.- Iq University Hall Discourse to the graduatlng elass by President Angelí. ÍIONDAT, JUNE 26. 9 a. m.- Examination of candidates for admlsslOQ to the department of literature, science and the arts. :; p. m.- Meeting of the Board of Regenta. CL AtfS DaY-DEPAKTMENT OF LAVV. 10 a. in.- In Unirersity Hall. Address by the class president, Albert Webb Jefferies. Cllass history by Charles Knox Friedman. ( .'"üi-s poem by Charles Edward Dedrick. Oratioii by James William Good, B, S. Prophecy by Arthur K. Hitchcoelc. Valedietory by Milton Johnson. TÜESDAT, JUNE 27. Class day, department of literature, seience and the arts. 10 a. m.- In University Hall, Oration by Sherman Clark Spltzer. Poem by Arthur HaroUl Holmes. 2 p. m.- Under the Tappan Oak. Class history by jL-miii' Edily. Prophecy by Mande Benjamin Bedell. Address by class president, Hadley Balrtwin. s : :;i p. in.- Class reception ia the gymñas ium. WEDNESDAT, JUNE 28-ALOMNI DAY. Department of literature sciencc and tlu arts. Special reuniona t classes. 'Z p. ni.- In thechapel. Busiuc- meet log " the society t the alumni. DEPAKTMKXT OF MEDICINE A.ND SUR UERY. Ha. m.- Medical College.lower lectore room. Business meeting of the Alumni Association, Address by Prof. James Nelson Martin, Ph. D., M. D., '83, of Ann Arbor. 1 p. m.- Banquet DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 11 a. m.- Law building, room 12. Business meeting. 2 p. m.- In University Hall. Address by Hon. Lawrence Maxwell. .Ir., of Washington, D. 0. COLLEGE OF DENTAL 8URGERY. 2 p. m.- Dental College. Business meeting of the alumni association. 7:30 p. m.- Commeneenient concert in University Hall. SENATE RECEPTION. 8 p. m.- In the ïapel. University Senate reception for graduates, former students and f riends of the University. THURSDAST, JUNE 29. The forty-eighth annual commeneement. 9. a. ni.- The procession will form in front of the law building. 10 a. m.- In university Hall. Commeneement exercises. Oration by Charles Dudley Warner, L. L. D., of Hartford, Ct., Conferring of degrees. At the close of the exercises in University Hall the procession will form again under the direction of Harrison Soule, chief marshal, and will proeeed to the Commeneement dinner, which will be served in the law lecture room.