President Angelí has returned i froiu the East. Adelphi vvillelect officers for nextj semester at the meeting Fridáy j ing. Prof. Hudson examines his class j in History of the Frenen Revolution next Saturday forenoon. An indoor meet given by the members of McMillan gym is j nounced for the near future. E. J. Thompson, member of the senior class of Iowa college, is here attending the Sjciological Institüte. Prof. Steere has been elected i treasurer of the board ot directors of the Students' Christian ; tion. Prof.J. B. Steere has been elected treasurer of the S. C. A. Board of , Directors, in place of Prof. Kelsey, ! resigned. "A recently discovered edition of j the Four Gospels, over 1700 years i oíd," will be the topic discussed at; the M. E. church next Sundayj morning. Prof. Kirchner introduced an innovation yesterday in his lecture to the laws by allowing a recess of five 1 minutes between the lecture and the j general quiz. Committees have been appointed by the senior and junior laws classes to draft resolutions of condolence to be forwarded to the family of the late C. H. Buhl, of Detroit. "Elizabeth Peabody and the Modern Kindergárden Movement in Education" will be Rev. Mr. Sunderland's subject at the Unitarian church next Sunday morning. The junior laws held a class meeting yesterday af ter the lecture. The object of the meeting was the appointment of several committees to confer with the committees from the senior class in regard to Washington's Birthday. The Engineering society will meet this evening in Room 10 of the Engineering building, at 8 o'clock. Prof. Patterson will read a paper on "Electric Power from Niágara Falls." The election of officers for the second semester will follow the regular meeting. The arrangements for examinations this year will be the same as those of last year. No days will be set apart especially for examinations, but each instructor will make use of his own recitation hours as he sees fit. Classes will be continued up to the last day of the semester. Enrique M. Nelson, engineerwith the National Department of Agriculture, and Argentine Commissioner of Agriculture at the World's Fair, was inspecting the U. of M. Monday. He intends visiting a number of the representative institutions of learning of our country in order to get ideas for the establishment of similar institutions in his own land. The Wiebster society met Tuesday evening'. The following program was given: Reading, O. J. Larson; Oration, "Quo Warranto," H. H. Parsons; Eulogy, the late C. H. Buhl, M. L. Clawson; Debate, "Resolved, that the Presidential Electors should be elected by Congressional Districts." Affirmative, W. A. Berns; M. B. Aaron, negative, L. Fiske, J. J. Harrington.