Prof. D'Ooge is attending the meeting of the Philological association at Middletown, Connecticut. Miss Cora Pope was married soon after her graduation from the medical department Ihis last coramenceineiit. Prof. C. K. Adams has gone out to the Nebraska State Universits', to see whether he wants to be Chancellor of it. Prof. Detnmon has been in Lansing thi's week, taking an active part in the discussions of the State Teachers' Institute. J. E. Reighard, 'S2, is tutor at Cambridge, Mass., in a private family, and gets $1100 a year with board and lodging. Packard, the former pitcher of the University nine, gets $80 a month and expenses, pitching for the Indianapolis ball club. Howard Ayers last year went to Harvard instead of reiniiiniDg to graduate at the U. of M. He secured a scholarship which will take him to complete his studies in Europe. Prof. Hennequin has a pretty good thing of it at the Martha's Vineyard Institute as he gets $500 salary, $100 for traveling expenses and $10 a week hotel expenses, all for two lectures a day for five weeks. Before returning he gets $200 for lecturing before a society In New York. The Insurance on theditlerent buildings on the campus has been readjusled and now stands : Unlverslty Hall and 2 wings tjom Unlvereity hospital Medical college l2'm Ctiemlcal laboratory s'ot Dental college m President' house „qq Observatory Ayo Eyeauii Kar ward There is none on the museum, and boiler house, they being fire-proof.