The senior social was held at Granger's academy last evening. F. C. Hitchcock is manager and J. W. Ames captain of the '96 pharmic class baseball team. Dr. W. B. Hinsdale, dean of the homeopathie departrnent, has taken up office rooms at 5 E. Huron Street. The spring recess comniences tomorrow. In the law department work was done last Saturday and the boys adjourned vesterday in consequence thereof. Work has been commenced ou the new woman's gymnasium and for the past week men and teams have been at work on the excavation for the foundations of the building. Mrs. M. H Parmelee, wife of Dr. Parmelee, professor of gynecology and obstetrios in the homeopathie department, died in Toledo, O., ou Monday mening. The funeral was held Wednesvay. Beginning April 22 the üniversity baseball team will play a series of nine practioe games at the athletic field, wich the tri-state league team of Saginaw. One game will be played each day except Sunday. Prof. and Mrs. J. O. Keed, Instructor and Miss Gombeig and Mrs. Lewis, of Saginaw, sailed for Germany today on the steamer Friesland, to be absent for a year. Prof. and Mrs. Reed took their bicycles with them. Manager Wbitney has donated tne use of his opera house in Detroit, Tueaday, April 14, for the production of "Julius Caesar" for the benefit of the woman's gymnasinm. Don. M. Dickinson and Regent Barbour will oooupy boxes at the production. Henry H. Walker, '93 lit.has recently been awarded the seminary fellowship by the faculty of the Andover Theological Seminary. This honor entitles him to two yeara' study in Germany. His brother, Rev. W. H. Walker, of Cheljea, also held the same fellowship during his college days. Frank Sexton, last year's 'Varsity pitcher, lias signed a contract to play with the Seattle, Wash. team. The Athletio Associatiou on Saturday afternoon last, elected James H. Prentiss.lit '96, president; C. O. Cook, lit '97, vice president; E. H. Hamphrey, lit '97, treasnrer; B. C. Rich, lit '96, financial seoretary; Isadore Hill, lit '97, recording secretary. The freshman lits will hold their olass banquet May 15. They have experienced some troiible in eleoting a toastmaster to preside over the festivities incidental to the occassion, and it now remaius to be seen whether he will be on hand or whether he will be kidnapped and left in obscurity as many of liis predecessors have been on like occasions. The members of last year's Comedy Club will give Sardou's comedy "A Scrap of Paper" at the opera honse either May 8 or 15. Those who will take part are : Messrs. Weddock, Handy, Smith, Bonrland, the Misses Howe, Bessie Danster, Annie Dunster, Gertrude Devine and Jessie Porter. Mr. Weitzel, stage manager of the Detroit Comedy Club, will look after the stage details. A large share of the proceeds will go to the woman's building. Earl D. Babst, secretary of the University of Michigan Alnmni Association of Detroit, says there will be no banquet of the association until f all. It had been intended to celébrate the twenty flfth auniversary of President Angeli's coming to the University with an elborate banquet in May, when the board of regents and University senate were to assist in the event, but, after mature consideration, it has been decided to confine all celebration of the anniverasry to commencement week. The first baseball game of the season oame off Saturday afternoon at the athletic field betwen the 'Varsity nine and that of the Michigan Agricultural College, the former winning easily in a five-inning game by a score of 20 to 6. The grounds were wet and a oold, raw wind blew oontinually. Michigan put up a fairly good game. Hollister, Watkins and MoKenzie carried off the honors for Michigan. For the M. A. O.i Crosby and A. B. Krentell did the best work.