Several new Btudents have eutared since the holidaya. The ChronicU board meet to-morrow morning for the election of offioers. Prof. E. L. Walter was detained trom his olass room on Wednesday by illneBS. The senior Laws are ordering pictures quite freely from Mr. Kanger, their choaen artist. -Mr. Hubert Allen of Keokuk, Iowa, has been visiting friends in the Law department the past few days. In the Princeton Review for January will be found an article on "Moral Government," by Prof. B. F. Cocker. Judge Cooley also has an article on the "Surrender of Fugitives from Justioe." Both articles are highly spoken of. The Laws are beooming impatient for the appearanco of Judge Cooley's work on Torts, which is pronnsed in a tew aaya. -The new catalogue for '78 and '79 which ia soon to appear will be entirely iiffereut in its general niake-up from nny previous issue. Prof. G. S. Morris has closed his =ourse of leotures at the Johns Hopkins üniversity, Baltimore, and is now on iuty at his class room. -On dit, that Prof. Adanis haa at laat conoluded to give a course of lectures on Constitutional Law before the stuients of law department. A great many citizens attended the leotures on History on Tuesday and Thursday afternoont at 4 o'olock in Dr. Cooker's room- first floor main building. An effort is being made to have a ohair of penmanship next year. A useful and valuable acquiaition to the advantages already offered to the students. -Mr: Turtle, a gradúate of the class of '76 was niarried to Miss O'Hara, formerly teacher of drawing at the High School, on Wednesday morniñg at the Catholic church. -The University tilee Club and orchestra have been employed to partioipate in the monthly song services at the TJnitarian church. There will be such a service Sunday evening. Prof. Adams has couimenced a oourse of lectures on the introduction of Christianity into Europe, at the Congregational church, every Hunday immediately after the close of the sermón. - It is expected that Mr. Charles E. Payne, President of Delaware College, Ohio, will deliver an address at University Hall öunday evening under the auapices of the Univeraity Temperance Asaociation. The Y. M. C. A. of the Univeraity will give a sooial to-morrow evening at the Presbyterian ohurch parlors, in der that the student may beoome better aoquainted. All are inrited whether niembers of the association or not. - Owing to yesterday being the day set apart for speoial prayer for colleges and all iastitutions of learning there were no recitations t the TJniveraüyReligious exercises were held iu the ohapel at 9:30 A. .M. and at 3 p. M. - Alarga and refined audience -witnessed the readings and personations of Misa Helen Potter. A very oommendable feature wa the absence of all that needless and ungenteel applause which oocurred at the Camilla Urso concert'. Peninsular Club Court met Wednesday evening and elected the followingoffioera: C. A. Withey, Chief Justice; C. H. Bose, Alt. Justice; J.C. Winnie, Clerk ; V. M. Wells, Pros. Attorney ; J. McDevitt, Sheriff; A. P. Johnson, Delégate to Supreme Court. Up to date there aie enrolled in the Medical Department 328, Law 402, Literary 440, Pharmacy 71, Dental 62, Homeopathy 63. As there are almost daily additions it is iinpossible to say how many we will have before the year closes. Already is the largest attendanoe of any College or University in the country.