The Michigan Schoolinasters' Club will hold its spring meeting ou Friday and Saturday, March 31 and April 1, 1899, in Ypsilanti. All general sessions will be held ín the Normal College hall and will begin, on standard tiine. A most intresting regular 3rogra.m has been arranged and besides :his there will be held at the college duriug the week various exercises reative to the Normal College work. In the regular program of the club on Friday morning will come a stereopticou lecture, "A Midsuminer ïrip to the Land of Hellas, " by Prof. Thomas D. Seymour, of Yale University, and a paper, "The Period of Adolescence," by Prof. C. O. Hoyt, of the Normal school. In the evening Supt. L. H. Jones, af Cleveland, will give an address on "The Higber Ideáis of Education. " Aftjr the lecture the Slormal College faculty will tender an nforwal reception to all visitors. The flrst number of the program for Saturday rnoming is a paper by Prof. Geo. Hempl and Prof. F. VV. Kelsey of the unrversity, on "Should fcho Col.ege Course be Shorteued to Tbr je YearsV" The disscussion will be led by Hou. Levi Ij. Barbour, oí' Detroit. B. A. Finuey.'of the uuiversity library, will also read a paper ou "Bibliography in the High School Course." H. M. Ulley, of the Dtorit Public Library, will lead the discussion. S In addition to thisgeneral program there will be a series of . special conferences as follosvs: "Ancient Classics," Thusday at 1:30 o'clock and the same hour Friday af ternoon ; "Modern Lauguages," Friday at 1:30 o'clock; "-English," Friday, at 1:30; "History," Friday at l:30;"Mathematics, Friday at 1:30; "Biology," Thursday, March :!0, at 7:30 p. m., aud Friday at 1 :30 p. rn. ; "Physics," Friday at 1 :30 p. m. and Satnrday at saine hour; "Physical Training," Friday, March 81, at 1 :3Q p. m. ; "Manual Training," Weduesday and Thnrday, March 29 and 30, hour not anuonnced. The Michigan Acaderny of Sceuce also holds its meeting at the Normal College, Wednesday and Thursday , March 28 and 30. On the programs of these conferences are sorae of the most prominent educators of the country from tb? leading colleges and universities. There cati be found eomething ou the program of interest to ever teacher. The meeting should be largely attended.