Miss (race Taylor has been granted leave of absence until May ist, on account of iil health. Miss Mattie Taylor will continue doing her work until that time. Prof. Perry entertains the S.C. A. at his home on Washington street, tonight. There will be examinations in botany and chemistry, 'lhursday, March 21, at 4 p. m., in room B. A meeting of the Athletic association will be held in the chapel next Monday, at 3 p. m., to adopt the constitution of the Michigan High School Athletic association, and to elect a member of the board of control to succeed E. L. Norris. An indoor meet occurs in McMillan gymnasium tomorrow night. The following are the events: Running high jump, running broad jump, standing high jump, standing high kick, hitch kick, shot put, tug of war, dip on bars. The debate between the Clio and Arena last Friday evening was won by the Clio. One of the Arena debaters said "As one of the Arena debaters I would like to announce that the Clio put up a far superior debate, and that I am satisfied with the decisión of the judges, and would like to nieet them again." Delegates from the high schools of Ann Arbor, Battle Creek, Grand Rapids, Jackson and Lansing, met at Lansing last Saturday and organized the Michigan High School Athletic association. It was decided to hold a meeting May 30 and 31, at sorae place yet to be chosen. D. W. Springer was delégate from here. The traternity excitement has passed over for the present. It was expected that the school board would take action in regard to them at the meeting Tuesday night, but on account of the absence of Trustee Smith, nothingwas done in relation to the new rules that have been forraulated by the committee, in reference to the secret societies in the high school. Action will probabljr be taken on the new rules at the next board meeting.