The aunual banquet of Zeta Psi vill e given at tbe Bnssell house, Detroit, larch 22. Pro. M. H. Parmelee, of the 1 athio departmeut, gave an entertaiung talk before the Hahnemannian Soiety last Friday eveuing, on "A day n Paris." The TTniversity Repnbliuan club has ecided to send a delegatiou to Washington to witness tbe inauguration. At least 50 students wijl go and they will acoompany the Alger Club of Detroit. Dr. Seymour Woodworth, of Park Ridge, 111., and Miss Marión L. Strong, of Lansing, both well kuown former studeuts at tbe U. of M., were married at Lausing, Thursday uight of last week. The senior law class has eleoted its class day oiïicerss as follows: E. C. Ryan, valediotorian ; H. N. Hayes, class historian ; Max Babb.class prophet. The office of class orator and class poet are to be filled by competition. The '98 pharmacy class has elected the lollowing offlcers: President, E. Schiller, Iowa; vice president, Miss Auna Coulter, Illinois; secretary, M. B. Hawes, Michigan ; treasurer, L. Short, Miohigan; class historian, L. E. Minot, Illinois. The old plan of the Big Four Oratorioal Association, comprising Michigan, Chicago, Wisoonsin and Northwestern, has been ohanged. Until now the first two and the last two would hold debates and the winners of each wonld contest for the charnpionsbip. Hereafter each university will meet a different one each year, the final debate to be with the two winners aa now. . The sophomore medical olass has adopted the honor system of examinatious by a vote of 106 to 16. The rules as adopted by the class provide that there shall be no dishonesty of any kind wbatever in examinations and also provide that "on completing his examination, eaob person sball write upon his paper, 'I pledge my word of honor that I have neither received or given help in this exarnination,' and shall sign his oatne thereto. " Prof. Martin L. D'Ooge was yesterday elected president of the Detroit ArchöOlogioal society at its annual meeting in Detroit. Tuesday evening the meeting was addressed by Prof. F. W. Kelsey, of Ann Arbor, on "The Evolution of Graeoo-Roman Wall Decoration. " Tbe lecture was illustrated with a large number of plates which representad frescos of Roman walls about the time of the Caesars. It was one of the most intaresting talks presented to tbe society in many months. Prof. James A. Craig also spoke.