-Champion of U. S. oloven foot baliera of tlie Uuiversity were photographed by lievenaugh on Tuesday. -Isaac Goff, of the senior class of the Univorsity, loft Ann Arbor last tteek to join an engineering party at Pueblo Col. - Sinoe Ootober 1, last 2G0 patients have been treated in the Ünivorsify hospital, an increase over the previous year of 50. - A game of foot bnll, according : the Rugby rulea, ís fihortly to be played at Belle Isle by two elevens from the University. - One thotisand people witnessed the game between the University and Teoumseh nines, the game resulting in 14 to 3 for the former olub. - I he vmtten exammations in the departmont of medicine and surgery were concluded Saturday. There are 71 candidates for graduation. - President Angelí and Prof. D'Ooge vÍ8ted the East Saginaw school Friday. Saturday evening President Angelí delivered an address at the request of the school board. - Sevural astronomical instrumenta belonging to tho government, but for a long timo n the possession of Prof. Watson at the obserratory, have been taken away lately. - The sophomore class had a supper t Hangsteri'er's, Priday night, those present being ladies exclusively, the gentlemen of the class being "unavoidably absent." The exercises consisted of an oration on "Class Spirit" by Miss J.ane Eyre; a poein by Miss Nellie Coleman ; a history by Miss D. Estelle Howe ; a prophesy by Miss Anna B. Gelston. - Miss Eliza Darling presidod as toast master and tho following toasts were responded to; "The Unavoidably Absent Member8," by Miss Nellie M. Coleman. "Class Hops," by Miss Elizabeth Bantrs. "Our Victorious Athlotes," by Miss Eva Woodward. "The Olass Supper," by Miss Neilie A. Stanley. Program for Commencement week. Saturday- June 21, 9 A. M. Exainination of candiaates for admission. Sunday - June 22,4 P. M.Baccalaureate address by Dr. B. F. Cocker, D. D. Monday - June 23, 9 A. M. Examination of candidates for admission. Field Day- Athleticconteats on the fair grounds. Tuesday- June 24, 10 A. m. meeting of the Regenta. Class Day- At 10 A. M., in University Hall, oration by Jesse F. Millapaugh, of Battle Creek, and poem by Edward P. Anderson of Ottawa, Kanaas. 3 p. M. on the campus, history by Irving K. Pond, of Ann Arbor; prophecy by Frantz Coe, of Ann Arbor, and farewell address by the president of the class, Charles S. Henning of Piano, 111. Wodnesday, June 25. Éeunion of the claases of '59, '64, '73, '76, and probably sorne others at hours fixed by class officers; 2 r. M., business cieetingof alumni in University Chapel; 4 p. si. oration by Eev. Nathanial West, '46, of Cincinnati O., iu University Hall. 8 T. M. University Senate embracing the Faculties of the different departments, will give a reception, to the alumni and their friend. Thursday, June 26- Thirty-fifth annual cotnmencemeut. 9 A. M., the pro cession will form in front of the law building. 10 A. M. commencement ex ercises: an address by President Angelí, to be followed by the conferring of de grees: 1 1-2 r. M., commencement dinner for the alumni and guests of theUniversity. 8 p. m., President's reception, at the residence of President Angelí.