Profs. C. Thomas and E. L, Walters spend the suminer In Europe. The ühronicle issues its regular commencement number next week. E. N. Brown, '80, teaching in the Elkli.irt schools, Indiana, tlie past year, is in the city. Rumor says that one of the linmarrled professors has engaged passage for tvvo to Europe this summer. The Chroniclc banqueted at Hank's list Tliursday nlgfat, and the Stilden ts' Lecture Assuciation on Friday night following. A. O. Hoffman, pharroio "84, left for New York City last Friday, and expected to start to-day for a sunimer trip to Europe with bis father. The senior caps have come:- .1 garnet skull cap with pearl tassel ; tassel detachible, and cap turned inside out gives a black silk traveling cap. Addison Moffat, lit '72 died at Colorado Sprints, Col. Sunday the 8th inst, where he hadgone for liis health. Mr. M0ff.1t was married last October to Miss Giace Buhl, of Detroit. Mr. Louisa Reed Stowell, assisted by Mis. Dr. Prescott, entertained the laiücs of the medical and pharmacy departments at her residence 011 Forest avenue one eveclng last week. It is reported that Mr. Gayley succeeds Prof. Elisha Jones next year during the latter's absence in Europe, and that Ben. D'Ooge, '81, will have Mr üayley's present work with the freshmen. Everybody ititerested iu commencement exercises will of course invest iu a Cominencement Annual contalning a iull account of the doings. Messrs. Boughton and Hawley have charge of it this year; Dr. L. L. VanSlyke, assistant in the Chemical laboratory, has been offered the principalship of the Pike (N Y.) öeminary at an excellent salary but will not accept. His present address is Auburn, N. Y. Edward M. Tliayer, '73, died Tuesday June lOth, at bis home in Flint, Mich. He was a prominent attorney, was Sumner Howard's partner when the latter was appointed Chief Justice of Arizona, and was at the time of bis death in partnership with ex-Congressman Durainl. Mr. Thayer was married. Alpha Nu Literary society bas the following oflicers for the ensuing year : President, E. E. Powell; vico president, II. J. Powell; secretary, W. W. Chapin; treasurer, K. C. Bryant; critic, E. L. Lockwood; librarían, W. R Trowbridge; senior editor, "Sybil," J. P. Davis; junior editor, W. A. McAndrew. 'Tis sald tbat Profs. C. X. Jones and Beman will ere long be riding "Star" bicycles. The formcr's, it is Kported, wil] be a GO-incli wheel at least. Tlie class of '58, which liad so Unge and so uu usual an attendanoe for a class so long graduated, at thelr reunión last June, inay now flnd the memorial stone in position under the "Tappan Oak" on the campus. It was placed there not long since, and is a very large boulder. Provisión was made by the '58ers for the same on the occasion of their gathering here last year. Recently elected editora of the Ar-onaut are the following: J. V. Deuuey A G. Pitte, C. C. Keen, T. A. Clary, and J. 11. I atlerson,rfi-oni the Literary Department; and II. Grahara.W. P. JUinn & C. Cooke, H. B. Wilson, and B. j' Lauer, from the professional schools! W. E. Brownlee has been elected managing editor for the next semester, nul II. Uraham, business manager. At a meeting of the" University Cooperaüva Aüaociatlon recently, officers as follows were elected : President, Prof. W. II. Payne; secretar?, J. R. Lee, law '83; treasurer, A. J. Hosmer, medie, '85; directors, H. G. Prettyman, lit '85 Dr. O. F. Chadbom-ne, .T. A Leighton, homoep. '83; H. II. Spencer pharmic'85; E. P. Itandolpb, dent '84 ; and J. M. Long, Ann Arbor high school. A committee was appointed to solicit members for the Association. The "Palladium," the annual publication of the secret societies of the University, was issued from tliis oflice last Friday. Wlth a substantial and tasty cover, and fine list of contents printed on an extra quahty of paper, the issue has liad a large sale, and deservedly so. The new departure .wlth the societies in substituting steel engravings for the former cuts has brought out some unusually fine work. The cut of Dr. Cocker is from a splendid pen Orawing by Mr. Birch, of the "Centiiry Magazine." All In all, '84's "Palladium" will be voted by the majority as a fine issue. lts financial success is already guaranteed.