A banquet was given Friday night at the Germania Hotel, by some of he representative German-American citizens of Aun Arbor, to Dr. Finker, of Bonn, and Dr. H. Lichtenelt, of Berlín, commissioners of the Germán university exhibits at the World's Fair. The guests present were Dr. Charles Rominger, Dr. V. C. Vaughan, Professor Calvin Thomas, Professor Leivret, Professor Colé, Christian Mack, Leonard Gruner, Martin Haller, Herman Hutzel, ex-Mayor Dr. John Kapp, and Dr. Conrad George, A delightful evening was enjoyed. P. G. Suekey was toastmaster. Toasts were responded to by Professor Calvin Thomas, who gave a short resume of the history of the University and showed how it had been founded in the backwoods fifty years ago on the distinctively Germán idea of a university. Dr. Finkier responded to the toast, "Germán Universities." Professor V. C. Vaughan responded to something about those dreadful bacilli. He told of what Germán investigation had done for medical science. Dr. Lichtenfelt spoke on Germán students in a witty manner. Dr. Charles Rominger, the state geologist, made characteristic remarks which were appreciated. The distinguished guests of the occasion returned to Chicago, Saturday. They express themselves more than pleased with the University of Michigan and the reception they have received in Ann Arbor. - Tribune.