The seventh annual comnienoemeut exercises of the Suhool of Mnsio were beid Tueaday eveuing in Frieze Memorial hall and were well attended. The platform had been decorated with palms aud potted plauts for the occasion and wben the proceediDgs coiumenced the faenlty of the school aud tte board of direotors occupiPd seats npou it. Prof. F. W. Kelsey, presideDt of the University Mnsical Society presided. The exercises were opened with prayer by Rev, J. M. Gelstou, followed with a brief address by Jnnius E. Beal. The commeuoeiueut address was made by Di. M. L. D'Ooge, dean of the literary departnieut, in the conrse of which he directed mauy words of euconrageinent aud congratnlation to the uine graduates. Prof. A. A. Stauley, director of the school presented the diplomas to the ulass and iu doiug so spoke at some length on what the message of the present to the coming oentury should be iu the world of mnsio. He believed it would be along the line of the more intímate relationship of mnsic to society aud a broader development all ronnd. Those receiving diplomas were : Sophie Beebe, of Jackson; Martha Canfield Clark, of Ann Arbor; Frederio Dansingbnrg, of Ann Arbor; Flora Kocb, of Ann Arbor; Mary Foster Lebaron, of Pontiac; Emma G. MoAllaster, of Anu Arbor; Bstber R. Solis, of St. Clair; Ross Spence, of Ann Arbor; Berthel Wetmore, of Cheboyan.