The Hippocratic society is defunct. J. T. Wiuship, ht '83, was in the eity last week. 'Eighty-five's Paladium was a succees financially. Miss Luella Foss, lit '86, has returned to college. Ladies' progratnme nt Alplw Nu hall to-niorrow evening. E. E. Beach, lit '84, spent the past week in Ann Arbor Prof. Wilson will attempt no college work until next fall. The Emerson club sang at Alpha Nu hall, Saturday evening. The alumni dinuer will, this year, be held at the Palace rink. The junior homeops are "kicking" against evening quizzes. Harry Forbes, lit '84, spent the past week in this city with friends. Prof. Palmer quizzed the junior medies on Thursday of last week . B. A. Knight, law '75, was in Chicago, last week, on a short business trip. The Argot) ant would like to see fellowships established in tho U. of M . The scientific associatiou holds a ban qui-t at Hangsterfer's parlors this eve. President Angelí attended Governor Alger's reception in Detroit, Monday evening. A. O. Crozier, law '8(5, is speaker, and T. D. Healy. law '86, clerk of the moot congress. The Chronicle would like to see the coeds. give a fair for the benefit of the base ball club. Prof. Vanghan's leoture on "Potomanies," Friday eveuing, was very largely attended. Jay Comstock, law '83, now practicing in Cleveland, is in the city on a twoweeka visit. The base ball club has a benefit ut the rink next Thursday evening. See rink column. D. Cochrane, formerly lit '85, now enengnged in business in Manistee, was in tho city recently. The Hts of '88, who are graduates of the Ann Arbor high school, held a social, Saturday evening. T. J. Peach, lit '85, and C. C. Yerkes, law '85, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Ypsilanti. The Hahneraannian society held h very enjoyable social in the amphitheatre, Friday evening last . fl. H. Taft, lit '87, was called to his home at Marquette, Friday last, on acccouut of his father's illness. There is some talk among the senior lits to present r portrait of Prof. Frieze to the university as a memorial. A Germán will be giren, this evening, by the members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity at their chapter house. O. M. Kockwell, pharmic '85, was in the city last week. Ha is doing a profitable business at Sherwood, Mich. Prof. Elisha Jones writes from Rome, Italy, that his health will not permit him tf) resume his college work next fall. S. A. Warner, medie '85, has recovered from his recent attack of typhoid fever, and has resumed his work in college. The U. of M. base ball ölub's uniform will be light grey, with red stockings and belt. Chicago hat with two red stnpes. l'rof Wrampelmeier lecttires this evening on " Some Coal Tar Products," us der the auspices of the Phi Chi society. The management of the base ball club are soliciting donations wherewith to pnrehase uew suite for the U. of M. nine. Manager Burchard is trying to arrange a game with the Detroit league nine, to be played in Detroit the last of this month. Prof. Morris will lead the Students' Christian association meeting next Sunday morning witb a talk on Crede ut intdliga. A. Van Valkenburg, lit '84, was in the city yesterday. He has just returned, improved in health, from a tour through Florida. A social will be held to-morrow evening, by the freshmen lits, at the residence of Dr. Winchell, 1 1 North University-ave. Dr. Dorrance lead at last Saturday's meeting of the students' Christian association. Subject: "The 33d PRalm IIlustrated." If you want to secure a good position for next year, address the Brockway teachers' agency, whose advertisement may be found in another column. E. C. Garrigues, law '86, is declaimer for the Webster society, H. H. Kennedy, law '85, having been compelled to resign on account of a weakness of his eyes. The Engineering society held a meeting, 8aturday evening, at which papers were read on " Photography," by G . F. Samuels, and on " Paper-Brick-Making," by Burt MacDonald. Messrs. Bandall & Burnham request all students to sit for their class photos before April 25th, in order to give them plenty of time to finish the work by commencement week. Prof. Cowpenhwaite delivers, this evening, in the amphitheatre, a lecture on " Homeopathy," the first of a series of two lectures under the auspices of the Hahnemannian society. The junior lite, in last Saturday's meeting, appointed a committee of fiye to canvass the class in regard to holding a class supper. At their next meeting, which is to be held to-morrow, they will elect a historian. A meeting of the Philosophical society was held on Wednesday evening, at which a paper on "Plato's Dialectics" was read by Prof. B. C Burt, also some letters from W. S. Hough, lit '84, now studying in Germany. The base ball team will be unusually strong this year. The players have not been assigned positions yet, but it is almost certain that Hibbard will pitch, Smith catch.Almendinger right field,fticMillan 3d base, Condón left tield, and Miller short stop. We quote the following from the pamphlet, " The University of Michigan," published by the secrotary : " The university was founded in 1837, the first class entered in 1841 and the first class graduated in 1845 ; medical dep't organized 1850, dep't of law 1859, dep't of pharmaoy 18()8, homeop. and dental dep'ts 1875. Women were first admitted in 1870. Dr. Tappan appointed first president in 1852. The political science association held a very interesting meeting on Friday evening. Prof. C. K . Adams made a few remnrks regarding the impendina war between England and Riissia. A paper on " Development of Criminal Law in the 19th Century," was read by B. Shoemaker, another on "Agricultural Depression in France," by J. P. Davis, and a third by J. C. Hicks, on "Tenaat Farmers in England."