le university hospital is orowded ijb p;itieuts_ V pupils' recital in Frieze Memorial Jj to morrow evening. G GrpüiTTs repaiuting lus c on Jeffersonstreet__ The board of review meets in thé comicil chamberjnae 11. Prof M.lTD7Óoielerred Thursdayin Madison, Wisconsin, on Greek, p6t and Present____ Mrs Emily L. Boutwell has been ted a divorce from her husband, Benjamin XBoutwell. There are 154 students in the School of Mnsic this year. It is hoped to pass the 200 mark next year. Miss Gertrude Buck ñas received a fellowBhip in English in the Chicago TJniversity fornext year The üniversity base ball team defcited Wisoonsin in a well played game jast Thursday, the score standing 3 to 2. The Ann Arbor Organ company have just shipped a carload of organs to Spo' kane, Washington. The Chequainegon orchestra will furnish the music for the senior reception and class day cxercises this year. The Dexter people are getting up an excellent entertainment for the old pioneers who take in the pioneer meeting in that village on Wednesday, June 12. The Üniversity of Michigan base ball team after flve consecutive victories lost the last of their western games to the Chicago Üniversity by a score of 1 to 13. Acomplaint has been made before Jnstice Pond against Frederick Layher the saloon keeper at Bridgewater station for selling liquor without paying his tas. Mary Johnson came here from Findlay, Ohio, to visit a daughter and insteád went on a prolonged drunk and as in conseqnence given five days in jail by Jnstice Pond. r-j The three Detroit youngsters between 17 and 20 years old, were given from ten to fifteen days in jail by Justice Gibson Saturday for stealing a ride on the freight cars. The motor line has changed its week day time. Trains will leave the junction here at 7 and 8 :30 a. m. and at 10 and 11 :30 p. m. Trains in the middle of the day will leave as hitherto. The postoffice will be closed on Thursday between the hours of ten and five o'clock. The morning delivery of mail will be made by the carriers and the windows will be open as usual in the evening. Mrs. Jennie Vooheis, Mrs. A. C. Clark and Miss Emma Bower will attend the twenty-first annual convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Michigan which will be held at Battle Creek June 4, 5, 6, 7, as delegates from the local W. C. T. U. Any person wishing to attend the convention may avail themselves of the reduced rates. Mrs. Sara Ewer Pattengill, wife of Principal Judson G Pattengill, of the high school, died at her home no Cornwell Place at eight o'clock Friday evening after a lingering illness. aged 43 years. Besides her husband she left one daughtcr aud a large circle of friends. The funeral services were held from the house at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The badly cut University appropriation bill was brought up again in the house at Lansing last Frday and was again defeated by a vote of three less than necessary to pass it. The thanks of all friends of the University are due Mr. Waite, the representative froin Menominee, for his gallant flght for the University in the face of the republican party officials. The aunuai exhibition of the Ann Arbor Art school will occur on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June (5. 7, and 8, in their rooms at Masonic temple. The rooms will be oponed during the honrs from 9 a. m. to 10 n. m. The club has made considerable advancement during the past year and its friends and all lovers of art should attend its exhibition. The Junior Auxiliary of St. Andrew's church will give a lawn festival on the church grounds on Saturday, June lst, from (i to Í in the evening. Refreshmeuts will be served consisting of sandwiches, coffee, ice-cream and cake, lemouade and candy. If the weather should be inolement the festival will be held in the rectory. The object of this festival is to raise funds to help a struggling mission in this diocese. A special excursión via the Michigan Central and the Star-Cole Hen of steamers will leave here at 6 :58 a. m. standard time next Saturday for Port Huron and St. Clair river points. Fare for the, round trip for adnlts $1.30, for children 65 cents. The train will arrive in Detroit at 8:85 a. m., retaming it will leave Detroit at 9 p. m. The steaiuw will arrive in Port Huron at 3 :30 p. m and will leave on the return trip at 4 o'clock. The Courier is responsible for this item. Prof A. H. Pattengill rode his horse up in front of a State Street store Saturday morning and tied him to a post. A minute later a young man rode nis bicycle up in front of the same store aud set it up against the next post. The norse looked at the wheel for a moment Pncked up his ears, snorted and then dehberately backed around and gave tnat wheel a kick that landed it two rods distant. The horse resented the steel steed's presence, and made hi ck effective. Ann Arbor Camp No. 2796, Modern Woodmen of America give tbeir first annual ball at Armory hall on the evening of May 81. The annual convention of the Episcopal diocese of Michigan meets in this city on Wdeuesday of next week and a large nuruber of visiting strangers will be in the city. Don't forget the entertainment given n Umversity hall, June I, for the benfit of the Woman's gymnasium. Tickts on sale at Calkins' drug store and he Ann Arbor Organ Co's store. At a meeting of the board of public works Wednesday evening, Mr. C. A. Ward was appointed plumbing inspctor. Mr. Ward is a thoroughly compeetent man being a first class civil engineer. The Christian Endeavor society of Bethlehem church celebra ted its third mnual anniversary Sunday evening and were addressed by Kev. Mr. Eisen, of ;he Chelsea and Rev. Mr. Meister, of Treedom. The Knights Templar decorated the ;raves of their fraters gone before in Torest Hill cemetery on Sunday, as is ;heir annual custom, and their beautiul o,nd impressive ritual of Ascensión day was read at the grave of Sir Hiram J. 3eakes in the presence of a large number of spectators. Miss Amelia Eberbach died yesterday f inflammation of the brain. She was wenty years of age and was the daugher of Ottmar Eberbach. She was a raduate of the high school and for the )ast year had been the bookkeepe in be Eberbach Drug & Chemical Co. 3he was highly esteemed by those who cnew her. Rev. D. C. Wright, of South Main treet, died Satnrday night, aged 77 ears. He had been a resident of this ity for abouf five years and was a chapain in the army during the late war. 3 e was a member of the Q. A. R. and ;he Masonic orders. The funeral services vill be held to-morrow afternoon at 2 'clock. The Grand Army and the Light In'antry attended services at St. Thomas hurch last Sunday and heard a very loquent discourse from Rev. E. D. Kely, who is one of the best pulpit orators ;his city has had. McClellan's Mass given by a large orchestra, delighted all vho heard it. It is needless to say that 11 who desired could not get in the hurch. Jacob Dingman was arrested by Mar-' hal Peterson Saturday night for a riminal assault on a little girl of tne ears of age, who was under the age of onsent. The marshal unearthed the rime while pursuing another investigaion and proinptly arrested the brute, who had previously been arrested for ndecent exposure of the person. He is drayman. Mrs. Elizabeth Speechly died last night at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. C. Gr. Cook, aged 83 years. Two hildren survive her, Robert L. Speechy and Mrs. C. G. Cook. Mrs. Speechly was bom in Whittlesly, England, in the ear 1811, came to this country in 183(5, nd settled in this vicinity. She was a onsistent member of the Unitarian hurch, and was a regular atteudant. "he funeral will be held Thursday af;ernoou at 4 o'clock from the Unitarian hurch.