Regent Lsvi L. Barbuur, of Detroit, whose t(;rtu of office expires .Tan. I, 1898, has given to the Uuiversity auother munifioint present for a speoific parpóse. It will amount to several tbocsand dollars.. There is a condition attached to the gift, bnt it will be do hiudrance to the acceptauoe of the gift. The anuormoeineot of his intention was made at an exeentive session of the board of regeuts yesterday. As a Rmall honor to the giver, the regeuts nnanimously passed a resolution namiug the new wornan's gymnasium after Mr. Barbonr. The audience room was uamed Hebard hall, in honor of ex-Regent Charles Hebard of Peqnaming. Oo Wodnesday night at a dinner given in Mr. Barbonr's honor by Regeut and Mrs. Frank Fletcher at their home in Detroit Mr. Barbonr was still fnrther boüored by the presentation of a silver and gold loving cup from his fellow regents as a token of appreciatiou for bis good serivoes on the board and towarda the nniversity.