The Foley (inild gave a pleasant paity at Nickels' hall Friday eveniiig. Adother will be given Feb. 24. Actiog President Harry B. Hutchin, of the University, addressed a farmers' iustitnte at Marqaette Friday night. Tbe nnrubei of patients registered at the University hospital Jan. 17, was 7(5 - 44 meo aud 32 woruen. The hospital has acooinmodations for 82. The leoture of Prof R. M . Wenly under the auspicies of the Ladies' Library at tbe Congregatioual obnroh, Ypsilanti, bas t'een postponed nntil Febraary 18. Prof. E. F. Johüsou has this week been in tbe northern part of tbe state addressing farmers' iustitutes at North Branch, Saginaw, Lapeer and Mayville, npon "Farmicg as a Profession." Prof. M. L. D'Ooge eDtertaitied hi8 3reek art class Saturday eveuing.. Mr. Frederick Swan, on the part of tbe class. piesented Prof. D'Ooge witb $25 to be nsed in support of the Aruerioan sohool of classical ttudies at Athens. Prof. Benjamin Ide Wheeler, LL. D., of Cornell University, has been seonred to deliver the annual comnencement oratiou here Jnne yO. Prof. Wheeler oocnpies the crrair of Greek and comparative philology at Cornell and is a speaker of oonsiderable distinctioü.