The twenty-fifth meeting of the Michigan Schoolmasters' club will be held at the School of Music today and tomorrow. This morniug C. L. Meader, of the University, will make a supplemental report froin the committee on classioal library and Prof. W. H. Drake will make a similar one from the committee on instrnctive material on classics. This afternoon W. L. Whitney, of the Moline high school, will discuss how mnch algebra should be taught in secondary schools and L.P.Jocelyn will spoak upon the order in which algebra shonld be tanght. Miss E. C. Aukermaun, of the Normal sohool, will take up ''Factoring and its Applications," while Miss Henrietta A. Bancroft, of Albion colloge, ill discuss Bnglish literatore as an aid to composition, and Miss Annie D. Clarke, of the Kalam?zoo high school, will talk tipou the nistory of Euglish literatare. A discussioc will follow, led by Prof. I. N. Demmon. Prof. F. N. Scott will report ftoin the joint couferenoe on Enalish requirements for admission to college-, aud tlie dooks recorumencieu lor such admissiona in ths years 1899 and 1900. E. A. Stróug, H. N. Chute, C. F. Adams aud J. O. Reed will disenss sorne different phases of physins. In the eveuir.g a recitation will follov au address by President Chas. F Thwiug, of Western Reserve University At tho Satohrday morning session the preparation oí teachers for the secondary schools will be discussed by A. Gayiord Slocura, president of Kalamazoo college, R. O. Boone, principal State Normal school, Prof. B.A.Hinsdaloand Dr. A. F. Nightingale, superinteijtcteut of the Chicago high schools. The electiou of officers will occur at the afternoou session, at which, too, Prof. A. H. Patcengill will discuss the reation batwoen the Uuiversity aud prearatory sohonls.