The U. of AJ. Cornedy Club will give its auuual performance at tbe Athens Theater on the night of Maroh 25. The ladies of the Lansing Unity ulub have voted to levy a tax on the membership for the pledge to the ü. of M. Ladies' gyiauasiuiu. The Battle Creek Sanitarinm has inoreaaed the f and of tbe woman's gym. by $50 the result of an entertainment given for the purpose. Ex-Congressman James O'Donnell, of Jackson, bas been seoured to act as presiding officer at the annnal oratorioal contest to be held here March 18. "Connt" Villa in a letter to a friend says that practioing medicine pays better than mining at the Klondike and he is now engaged in its praotice. The closing lectnre in the Good Goverüment Olnb'soonrse will be given tomorrow night in University hall when the Bon. Robert M. LaFolletta, of Madison, Wis., will lectnre on "Representativo Government." i The girls of the '99 literary class will give an informal party to the gentlemen of the olass tomoriow evening. They have secured the Barbour gymnasium and are arranging elabórate plans, promiaing to make it one of the events of the seasou. Prof. Charles M. Gayley, of the Dniversity of California, formerly of ;he U. of M., has reoently had dis;inguished honorB conferred on him by Oxford University.England. Reprosented by Linooln College, it has conferred on Prof. Gayley the degree of honorary fellow.