Miss Lulu Bell of this city will teach at Ionia next year. Jerry Jenks, '78, and A. W. Burnett, '80, have gone to Europe to take Doctor's degrees at a German University. Judge L. G. Kinne, the Democratie candidate for Governor of Iowa was graduated f rom the Law school of the U. of M. with the class of '08. David K. Cochrane of "85, is temporarily lilling the editorial chair of the Miinistee Democrat. We pretlict a spicy paper under his management. H. G. Sherrard and D. II. Campbell of '82 continue next year in the Detroit High School at 80 per month. L. C. Hul], '77, is principal of the school at $200 a month. Michigan University tliis year sendsout 437 graduates froni her various schools. Their diplomas are as follows : Law, ,g. Medie i ";; J,i Literaiy "' „' Pharmaey S2 De lul Surgery u Homeopathy ....""üü" 16 For the University examinations conducted by Mr. Calvin Thomas at Chicago there were fourteen applicants. Their papers have been sent here for inspection. In St. Louis Mr. C. N. Jones was not so fortunate in having so many.as the floods prevented quite a number of would be applicants from reaching the city in time. The Regents at their meeting last week did not have a full Board and concluded to postpone action on filling the vacant chair in Philosophy until a special meeting called for the 17th inst. The request of the professors fora return to their former salaries will then be considered. By the action at the last meeting Mr. Bennetfs services were dispensed with, Mr. Wade taking full possession as steward. IN MEMORIAM. The class of 1880, of the literary department of the University was called to record at its first reunion, held last week, the death of a highly esteemed classmate. The following resolutions were adopted in respect to his memory. Whereas, It tuis pleased Divine Providence to remove from our number since our graduation onr beloved classmate, William Kemper Jones. Therefore : Resolved, That his decea'x oauss us deeply to mourn the loss of a fellow-student whose intellectual qualities ha-1 commanded froin us hlah appieciat'OD and respect, and whose qualitlea of heart. and character had cal'ed fortli very warm personal esteem from every member of the class. Resolved, That we cherish his memory with very grtat pleasure, and sssoulate his name with the most enjoyable scenes of our college life. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be presented to the mother of the departed, w th thea ce of our sympathy, and that they be published in the college papers and In the press of Ann Arbor and of Grand Rapids. By order of the class of '80.