Prof. Watfion reached this city on Saturday morning. There are three persons tnkinf; a post gradúate course. The Senior laws hold their election of clans offioers to-day. Rolla T. Cushing, oi '70, is at Syraeuse, N. Y., studying law. The Regents commence theii fall seusion today at ten o'clocfc. The Delta Phi Society has ceased operations at the University. James H. Shepard, of the class of '75, is principal of the High School at Holiy. Will G. Stowell, son of Dr. Stowell, of Manchester is a member of the Dental College. The Students' Scientific Society holds its first meeting for the year to-morrow at ten o'clock. William E. Depew, of the last graduating class of the law department, is practicing law at Chelsea. Augustus J. C. Stellwagen, a member of '75, is a clerk in one of the the omcers in the City Hall, Detroit. E. C. Oakley and DeWitt J. Oakley, of '75, are studying shorthand in Detroit, preparatory to reporting in the Circuit Court. W. S. Given, of the class of '75, was in town last week, visiting his friends and on business oonnected with Phi Delta Phi Society. Bev. I. N. Elwood was one of the members of the first board of editors of the Univertity Mnrazme, which was elected June, 1867. The first number of the University Chronicle for the year will appear to-morrow. It is to be printed this year in this city, by R. A. Beal The library of the Young Men's Christian A8sociation at the University will be open to all readers from two to five o'clock on Sundays. " Wonld the ends of Justice be Furthered by the Abolition of the Jury System ?" will be discussed by the Juniors before Prof. HutchÜ18. Rev. Mr. Trowbridge, of Aintab College, Turkey, will lecture before the Young Men's Christian Association next Sunday evening at University Hall. Ben. Burt, of '75, haa been sick at his new home in Terre Haute, and been kept from his work of teaching for tome time. He reports it as very sickly there. Prof. Watson will give his lecture before the Students' Lecture Association at University Hall next Wednesday evening. This Ie3ture is free, remember. The Senior " lita" thought to bat a victory out of the Senior laws on Saturday in a little game of ball, but they failed by one tally. The score stood at the close, twelve to eleven; On Monday night, Wm. Pitt Durfee, of the Senior class, was elected a Chronicle editor, to fill the vacancy created by the reaignation of W. S. Walker. Mr. Durfee is a resident of Plymouth. Chas. A. Blair resigned hia position as Chronicle editor on Monday, because the society which he represeuted, the Delta Phi, no longer existed. His resiguation was not accepted, however. The hospital buildings are being crowded rapidly. One of them has the roof on, and begins to indícate what it will be when completed - a building of goodly proportions and ornamental exterior. Miss San Louie Anderson, of '75, is illuatrating the independence and usefulness of woman, as propounded in her commencement address, by teaching at Santa Barbara, California, for $2,000 a year. The Juniors who elected " oratory" received their questionB for argument on Monday. This for one, will engross theirattention : " Do the Best Interests of our Country Demand a Reissue of Paper Mouey ?" While Prol. Watson was in Egypt, as a rewarfi for his valuable services to the Khedive in peodetic surveys, he was given an excursión up the Nile in one of his royal majesty's special steamboats, and in addition given a magnificent title with all the honors connected with it. Regent Gilbert took a survey of the University grouud8 by moonlight on Wednesday evening, and was engaged in making another survey yesterday. He will be prepared to act intelligently at the Regents' meeting this evening. A little more personal and careful observation would not disqualify other Regenta. The Freshman p.Iass contains 115 members, five more than last year. Nine applicants failed to pass their examinations and ten withdrew in time to avoid rejection. Not less than 25 per cent. of the applicants have been rejected heretofore, but this year less than twelve per cent. have suffered this afilictiou. Better preparation is the cause. The large boiler for the laboratory was put into position yesterday. Work was begun on the removal of it from the depot on Saturday ; Monday morning saw it start on its journey. It was hauled by means of tackling to the corner of Aun and Ffth streets, when eight horses were attached directly, and it was drawn speedily to its place. It was manufactured at Muskegon and weighs over eleven tons. The President's annual report to the Board of Regents, which will be read to-day, contains, in addition to a recapitulation of the year'a work to june 30, 1875, the history of the organization of the various new schools, etc; some excellent matter regarding the examinations for entrance to the various departments ; the relations of the Homeopathie and the old medical school ; the relation of the High Schools to the University ; and views of the Uuiversity's future. We shall give our readers portions of it next week.