Keep oft' the front lawns. Examination in j:r;tminar next week Wednesday. Make up your work In Eng. history at 5 o'clock Friday. The social at Prof. Perry's last Friday evening was well attended. and a very enjoyable time was reported. The juuiur and senior boys have organIzed a base ball club. They are talking of a game with a Detroit iiine. The graduatlng class is larger than usual, heDce the uumber of appoii:tments forgraduating exercises is greater. The members of Lyceum No. 1. debated fie qne6tion: "Resolved, Tunta Limited Monarchy would be beller tlian the Repnbllcan fora of Government in the United States." The qilMtloa was declded in favor of the negative. Tliis week the quettlou : "lïetolved, Thata'ltbe Teiritorieg should be admitted lo the Union as 8tates," will be araued. The base ball match bet wei n the seuiors and the junior.s is still to take place. Follovvlng are the appointments for coiumencenient : Thos. B. Cooley, Sarali O. Come, Benj. E. Page. Nellie G. l'hillips, Grace Stayt, M. Belle Sperry, S' Qertrude Wade, Anna B. Wilsey, Ann Arbor; Artliur H. Covert, Superior; AlbertH. Crittendeu, Frankfort; Earl Dow, Hullfontain, ().; Mark Uorkwell, Corey.; Nellie Williunis, Howell ; Violu Williams, Ann Arbor town. Mis. BopUa Biiighmii Moseley, of Union City, reeently died ut the lióme of her dsugliter, Un C. I). Crocker, In Chicago. She was ti daiighter of liev. Hiram Hinchan), senior, oue of tlie firat miMluoartet to iiie Sandwich Islands. Slie was Uie tirst wliku child Imrn on the islands. Her broiln-r, Hiraui Hinjiliani, Jr.. i.s and luis been for many jears a missioiiary to the Mediouesiau Ialitiids. He has translated tlu Xew Testament together with portions of the O!d luto the Medionesian language. Mis. Mosely Wiis wtll known in our coinmunity. Her pfWaUM :it inÍ30Qiiiy HMOtlMN infu-tl a iplrlt of zeal in the Master's cauc to tiloso in attcndaiuf. Mrs. Mosely wus a coukíii ol Kalph ('. Wliitiiijr of iliis place.