Prof. Beal, lit '59, professor of Botany in the Michigan Agricultural college, was visiting old friends reeen tl y . Mr. Lyons, traveling secretary of the Students' Volunteer movernent, will address the S. C. A. next Sabbath morning. A rocky mountain sneep has recently been added to the museum. It is the gift of Dr. Leonard, and is the only specimen that the museum has ever liaii of its kind. The registration for the School of Music is progressing very rapidly, and indications point to a successful semester. It would bc well for those who desire to avail themstlves of the advantages of the school to consult the Director as soon as possible. Mrs. Sunderland's Snnday noon Bible class in the study of "Christisn Denotninations," at the L'nitarian church, has an attendance of over 150. Her subjects the past three Sundays have been the Episcopal, Presbyterian, and Congregational churches; those for the next three Sundays will be the Baptist, Methodistand Universalist churches. Mrs. Alice Turner Merry, whose lecture on physical culture and the Americanized Delsarte system was heard with so much profitand pleasure by her audience last week, organized a new class at the School of Music last Thursd#y evening. This class meets each Monday and Thursday at the same honr. Other classes will be formed later.