8ATUBDAY, JUNI Ï5. Examinatlon of candidatos for admisslou at I a. in. SUKDAY, JÜKK 26. Baccalaareate address by Rev. Dr. Cocker, at 4 p. m. MOWDiY, JUNK 27. Fied Day- 9 a. m. and 2 p. ra. Kzainlnatiou of candldates for admisslon, commenclng at 9 a. ra. TUBSDAY, JtTHK 28. Meeting of the board of regenta, at 10 a. m. Cla8 Iy- 10 a. m.- Oratlon by C. A. Towne, of OwossO ; and poem by I.R.Crossette, of Three Hivers. At2p. ra., hlstory by A. H.Frazer f Detroit, and prophecy bx "ir" ":"" -""uley of - ' ¦nöeofs address. iu TfflnK at 8 p. m.- 8enlor Reception. WEDNKSDAY, JUN 29. Almnni Day- Special reunlona of tbe classes of '61, -66, T5, 78 and others. Business meeting of the alumni of the llterary department, at 2 p. m. Alumni oratlon by II on. B. M. Cutcueon of Manlstee, class of 'Hl, at 4 p. m. Business meeting of the alumni of the departmentof medicine and surgery, in the lower lecture room of the medical college, at 2p ra Business meeting of the alumni of the school of pharmaoy In the lecture room of the chemical iaboratory, at 2 p. m. Reoeptlon in unlverslty hall by the unlversity senate, at X p. m. THURSDAY, JUKK 30- THIBTY-SIVENTH ISBUit COMMKNCKMBNT. The processlon wlll form in front of the law building, at 9 a. ra. At 10 a. m., comraencement ezerclses of the llterary, medical, homeopathie and pharmacy department8, In unlverslty hall. Conferrlng of degrees, followed by the address to the graduates by Rev. J. P. Newman, D. D. of New York City. Uommencement dlnner for tbe alumni and gnests of the nnlverslty, at 1 p. m. Presldent's reception, at the resldence of Acting-Presldent Frleze, at 8 p. m.