Alumni meeting Friday evening. All classes complete their work to-day. Many of the students have already left the city. A teachers' meeting was held Mondny afternoon. Reporte will be read in the chapel tomorrow morniag. To day the seniors are enjnylng themselves at Whitmore Lake. The chequamegons will furnlsh music for cla88 day and graduation day. The Omega will be on sale to-morrow. Everybody is anxious to see it. Somcthing extra is expected. AU seniora are orged by Prof. Perry to be at university hall about ten oclock Thursday morning. An attempt has been made to accomodate all wlio want to hearcommencement exercises by securing university huil tliis year. In order to make the high school building show up well for commencement, the board has been putting up electric lampa in soine of the rooms. Lyceum No. 1 closed the season lust Friday evenlng witli a very interesting meeting. The question lteaolved, "That the prohibición party Is not necesaary for the futherance of the temperance cause," had a lengthy discussion. An eflort has been made by the retirlng members to leave the society in a condition that will assure success in the future, and to tliis end a very able president, Mr. Oaukin, has been elected.