'!he regular meeting of the Michigan Political Science association will be held in Kalama.oo today ! and tomorrow. A most interesting j program is promistd. It is as lüws: AFTERNOON SESSIOX, FRIDAY, I ARY 15, 2:30 O'CLOCK. 1. lncongruity of the Divorce Laws in the States - A Legal Tangle. Hon. C. Richberg, Chicago, 111. 2. Legal Education: lts Relation to the People and the State. Prof. Harry B. Hutchins, Ithaca, N. Y., Dean-elect of the Law Department of the University of Michigan, i 3. Discussion. EVENING SESS1ON, 8 O'CLOCK. 1. Annual Address of the President. Mr. Otto Kirchner, Detruit, Mich. 2. Review of Kidd's Social Evolutie n. Rev. Dr. Prall, Detroit, Mich. 3. Discussion of Dr. Prall's Paper, introduced by Dr. Charles H. Cooley, University of Michigan. MORNING SESSION, KKHRUARY l6, 9:30 O'CLOCK. 1. Estímales of the Gold Supply in the United States. Prof. D. B. Waldo, Albion College. 2. Currency Reform in the United States. Prof. F. M. Taylor, University of Michigan. 3. Discussion upon the above papers, introduced by Hon. T. E. Sherwood, Bank Commissioner. Business meeting at 1 1 :3o o'clock. For information address Dr. A. Caylord Slocum, Kalamazoo,Mich., or Henry C. Adams, secretary of the association, Ann Arbor, Mich.