W. S. Streeter, lit. 'Si, was n town over Sunday revNiting college. P.-ot. W. EL Payne went to Florida from the W isihiiijfton alumni banquet. The Sorosis recept loo ut Prof. Morris last evetiing was 11 very line affnir, sonie 250 gtiests beinL present. The law society, Pili Delta Pui, hail a banquet at Cook'a hotel last eveninsr, tlie occasion belng an enjoyable one. The law départment obMrved Wasliington's Birthd:iy ly lioldiiiK uppropriate exercises, whicli were well attenüed The theses of Wirt and W;ide Doty, resd at last commeiiceraeiit were each pub lished in the procedinfs of the State PharniHCeutical convuntion recently is8ued. The anntial junior hop, givon at the rlnk Friday eveninp, wis agmud .ilFiir. The re were miiwy jnmog pepl present from ChkMfO, Detroit, and several cities of tlie state. John F. Lawrence and E. D. Kinne, each attended a 8itm:i Phi banquet at Detroit Monday irenlnjr. The Univirsity clmptcr of tliis society was also well rere8ented. Frank E. Beman was idmltted to ttie bar by Jud(?e Joslyn last Saturdiy. This I a pretty fine compliment to Mr. Beman, who has rcad up In connection with hi other studies. Dr. E. W. Beemis will deliver an address before the Political Science Associatlon next Fritiay eveuinj; at 7:30 standard time, in Room 24, on " Coöperatlon and Profit-Slmring in New Eni?land. There is to be a reunión of University of Michigan alumni, sonie time In Minli, to be held at Denver, and composed of the graduales who are now looated in thüt KOtlon. There are alarge number of the boys out there. The Washington Alumni Association of the LVof held lts annual onnquei iasi Thursday evening at the national capital, and had glorlous time. President Angeil, and Prof. V. II Payne, of the univeraity, were present, and toasts were responded to by Senator Palmer, of Michigan (.president of the a?sociation) Senato.i C K. D;ivis, of Minnesota, Congresanien Pettibone, of Teiin.' Moff.it, Cntcheon, Tarsney, of Michigan, et al. Tht-re were forty-one metnbers present. 1 Iih society is in a flourlnhing conditlon, mul one of the most prominent college ahinini asnociations at Washington, 4 where 60 many irreat men gather.