- Tho new catalogue is now out. -The dental laboratory is oonatantly receiving new apparatus. -Over $200 worth of Diploma have been received by the university recently - The students think the examina tions were more rigid this time than us ual. - The Junior Hop was considered a grand success by all present, fully equa to any of its predecessors. -Messrs. C. Oook, F. D. Mead and A S. Pettithave been appointed a oommit tee to arrange for the senior concert. - Prof. Kent lectured Tuesday morn ing for the first time since the Regent meeting. His welcome by the students was immense. - The Junior Laws seeui to appreciate the quizzes offured them twice a week by Judge Cooley. All the cla9s attend although it ia optional. - The sophoniores of the literary department treated Professors Olney, Pattengill and Beman to serenades Tbursday eveuing of last week. -The Hon. Henry M. Cheever of Detroit will deliver an addreas before the Law class in their lecture room at eleven o'clock Saturday the '22a inst. - Prest. Angelí has returned froin Indiana state university and ooinnienced his eourse of lectures on International Law yesterday before the senior class. - Professor Adams's eourse of lectures on the " Itise of Prussia" will be given on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4 p. m. - The first lecture will bo given nextTuosday. - Mr. I. K. Pond is the carricaturist of the Glee Club. His illustrations of some of the college songs afforded graat amusement i'or the audience at Flint and Pontiac. - A sooiety of about 30 members has been organized among the studonts of Law Department for exercise in promptu speaking. Meetings are held three times a week. -The Phi Delta Phi fraternity of the Law Department hold a reception at Hangsterfer's Hall to-day. Among the speakers aro Judge Cooley and Professors Wells and Kent. - At a recent meeting of tho Medical lyceum Z. E. Taylor was eleoted President ; Vice-President - Miss Andorsou ; Secretary - A. R. Nicholson ; Treasurer - Miss Slade. - The senior law clags a few days sinue agreed on Mr. Watson of the Gregory house to furuish their cotmnoncenient supper. A coinmittee was also appointed to wait ou Judge Campbell for the closing iecture. - Semi-annuttlexauiinations close Saturday. The labors of the instructor, as to examinations, have been materially increased this year on account of the greater number of course given under the new aystein. - The following officers were elected for the ensuing semester by the Adelphi society : President - Mr. Ureathouse. - Vice-President - Miss Van Hoosen. Secretary - Miss Elf. Treasurer - Z. L. Heaton. Librarían - J. M. Smith. - Friday a petition was sent to the Legislature by the Athletic Association with 760 signatures, asking that body for an appropríation for a gymnasium. - The amount asked is $25,000. This with what the boya could raise trom otuer sources would put up quite a respectable building. - Among the couimittees on Senior reception (Literary Department; are the followiug : On arrangements, Messrs. Dunham, Bell, Chase, Smoot and Tweedy. On invitations, Messrs. Christian, McKiuley, Bryan, Oxford and Pond. - On Eecoption, Ashley, Morley, Goff Norris and Cook. - The followiug is the new organizatiou of the Chronicle board - Managing Editor- C. G. Van Wert. College Press - F. Mead. Various Topics - Mr. Bryan. General Literature - A. J. Potter.Things Chronicled - Mr. Halsey. Personáis - Mr. Ewing. Secretary and Treasurer - P. Burr Loomis. Literary Notes- C. Campbell. - The following was the programme of the Jeffersonian Literary society laat evening : Impromptu- M. Stone. Oration - P. Potter. Reading - J. C. Sheridan. Essay- F. H. Dodda. Declamation - J. C. Milner. Debate - Resolved, That the best iuterests of the country demand a change of administration. - Affirniative - Messrs. Kerr and Pad doek. Ncgative - Messrs. Smith and Loasure. - The University Glee Club are elated over their trip to Flint and Poutiac. They say they wero treated spleudidly at both places. At the former they were all iuvited to attend a large rception at the Thayer Hotel whero an elegant supper was served and dancing was the order of the night. The boyg say there was no end to the fun froin the time they left Aun Arbor until they returned. The next trip will be to Grand Rapids, E tton Hapids and perhaps, Toledo.