The project of a secoiul Day i'or June 9th lias been abaiidoned. The anuouncements erf the literary department tor the next college ve:ir are out. The eonier-stonc of the Alpha Delta Phi house wil] be !aïd Commencemciit week. N. D. Cocinan, lit. '80, has been laidup by a severe spiaiu of bis aukle, caused by fall. Tbe froshmen medies completed their ¦work Tuesday, and maiiy liave gone to thelr homes. The Port Huron base fall team will make it Inlereeting fortheUniversityclub to-tnorrow afteinoon. Profs. Bionson and Butts. who are at Oreliard Lake gave a reception at the Military Aoademy last Saturday. At the Phllologlcal Asaociation meeting Wednesday evening, papers were read by Prof. Gayley and by Mr. R. Plunkett, '85. Edward Olney, class '86, nephew of Prof. Olney, bas mysterïously disappeared. His parents have been telegraphed tor. The board for next year's Oracle met and organized Friday evenlng. R. C. Peters is managing editor, and J. E. Burchard, secretary and treasurer. The sophomore class on account of natural basbfulness aud of fear that the freshnien will do souiething desperate, liave decided to abandon Üie time honored custom of gi ving a class suppcr. Prof. Fiïeze has introduced a íiew feature in his course of lectures on the Antiquities and Arts. Each student is required to select an artist and give an account of his life and works in Üie form of an essay. The class lias entered into the work with great spirit and some goocl productions have been brought forth. The Toledo ball niue came, played and were vauquislied at their favorite game Saturday afternooti by the Universities on the Fair Grouuds. The game which lasted abouttwohours was sharply contested and finally won by the home team by superior batting, Condón, Packard and Montgomery made some brilliant plays and had the battery been better supported the score of tbe visitors would have been lessened by about lü.lf. The score was: Runs. B.H. I Errors. Toledo UI 9 11 Unlverslty - H V ÏU The fanious Fog-horu Bmdley umpired the gaine.