-On Taesday noxt at the seniora' ro ception, Hangsterfer fnrnishes rofreshmeatg in the Hall of the Univcrsity. -The remains of Temple Meadows, whodied at the üaivendty Hospital, were taken Saturday to his late home, I Wacousta, Clinton Co. - FreshmeB indulged in a rapper at Ilangsterfer's on Fciday ovening of last week. On the program were music, orations, poema, history, prophosy. 91 sat down. -On Monday eveniog D. K. E. ty üolrt an annna! convention and snppor, at which about sixty are expeoted to be present. Hangsterfer seta un the goodies. - Judgos for Field Day, June 23: Profs. A. Uennequin, P. R. B. Du Pont. I M. C. Tyier, C. N. Jones, A. H. l'attengill; M. Pleraing, J. Berolzheimer, Col. J. L. Burleigh. -Dr. J. C. Wood, assistant surgeon in tho Homeopathie departraent will asSOOiate with Dr. Sawyer of Monroe in the praetice of medicine and surgery [ luring the summer vacation. -The 39th annual convention of the 3hi Phi Praternity will bo held in this city June 2Sth and 26th under the ausjpices of thf AlDha Epsilon. A reoeptinr. ís to be givon at their house on Fourth Street Wednosday evening Juno 2otb. -At 1:30 r. k. of Thursday Hang. sterfer sets up a dinner for four'hundred and fifty alumni at his restaurant. In the eveuing will serve theChiPsi reception with a grand set down. At the eame hour he prepares refreshments for persons attending Presidenfs reception. - On Wednesday, at 1 p. m., class of '73, comprising about tweutv-fivo. dina at Hangsterfer's. In the evening class of '76 will indulge in re-union and supper at the game place; as will also I ioal class of '69. Upon same evening Hangsterfer will furnish refreshments for those attending Faculty reoeption- about 2,000 expected.