'Tbe Sigma Phi Fraternity held a ïianqnet in Detroit Friday night. Judge JKinna and John F. Lawrence were amoug those who responded to toasts. A movement is on foot in the medical department to establish a scholarshp in JSurope for the fnrther continnanoe of the study of medicine. Wm. R. Harcly, a member of the senior law class, died at bis home in .Abiiigton, 111., last Tuesday, of peritonitis. The university indoor meet oooqrs ïarrow night. Tbe senior lit. class decided Wednesday afternoon to put about $600 into a olass memorial for the nniversity. The memorial committee reporfced in favor of a grauite drinkiug fountain being erected in the middJe of the campus, ibut the class did uot vote for it. Tho Sigma' Alpha Epsilon fraternity 'iield their biennial banquefc Mocdav -eveniiig at Hangstorfer's. Artbur J. "Tuttle, of Leslie, acted as Mephistoph■oles, surely a very good, appropriate name for the toastinaster, and toasts -were responded to by representativa men from all over the country. Letters of regret were read from ex-Gov. McKinley, of Ohio; Gov. Atkinson, of Creorgia; Hon. John G. Carlisle, of jKentucky.and Hon. Wm. L. Wilson, of "West Virginia.