Sophomore supper to-night at Hank's. Prof. Frieze was in Detroit on Saturday. Prof. Gnffin is unable to lecture owing o sickness. Bandall is taking some of the senior aw pictures. Prof. Winchell leotured out of town Cuesday evening. Bishop Harria dined Tuesday at the Alpha Delta Pin house. Prof. Knowlton will address the S. C. A. meeting Sundny morning. Prof. Elisha Jones bolted Wednesday }eing absent to examine some school. The base ball team is now in active raining, aud doing some good practice work. Tue Michigan association of the Chi ?si society will hold a reunión in this city in June. Messrs. Ball and Lovett attended the 'Chimes of Normandy," in Detroit Saturday evening. Two Princeton students talked about missions Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock n university hall. H. Shirafji, medie, '80, is taking some advanoed work m the Univereitv of Edinburg, Scotland. President Angelí has been absent all hu week attending the funeral of a rother of Mrs. Angelí. The "independent" base ball club deeated the Ypsilanti Normal nine Saturday by a acore of 27 to 5. The Normals of Ypsilanti are exected here to-morrow to play the "Independente," a game of ball on the campus. The Detroit high school foot ball team will not be out to-morrow, consequently here will be no game between them and he freshmen, Messrs. Wilder and Forman held meetings Saturday and Sunday in town n the interest ol Foreign Missions. uite a number of students pledged hemselves as missionariea. At a meeting of the senior law class, leid Saturday mormng, the majority avored the plan ot leaviug a memorial n the shape of a marble bust of the late Prof. Olney. The oap and gown movement was again defeated. The "independent" ball olub went to Ypsilanti Saturday, and beat the Normal nine by the extremely close score of 27 to 5. Saturday before last the " indejendents" beat the University team 11 to LO, oonsequently they tbink they are ïustlers. Judge Walker fiuisheil his lectures on partnership last week. He notifled the itudents that most of the theses' whioh ïad been handed him required very little correotion. In several cates they were well written, but in some the punctua;ion was poor. " rhe Liadies JBattle was given by the dramatic club last Friday evening and while it was rendered very well it was ;hought by many not to be equal to the plays of last year. Miss Wiuchell and Mr. Lee did admirably, and the others did much to contribute to the success of :he presentation. The stajre decorations were very handsorne, beiug under Mr. Boyle's supervisión. The Chequamegons gave a special programme of music. One of the largest and most fashionable audiences of the season attended the concert given by the glee club last week, and every one was amply repaid, as it was one of the best conoerts given by the club. The singing, both by the entire club and the quartette, was excellent; many persons aaying they never heard the boys siug so well before. The programme was varied, consistiug mainly. of college songs. Air. Clark's whisthng corapletely took the house by storm, he beiug encored three times. His whistling is simply wonderful. The weather was threatening all the uvening but luckily no raiu feil until every one had reuelied home. It is a fact worth noticing by the people and students of Ann Arbor and elsewhere, that the National school of elo cution and oratory, of Philadelphia, wijl coDduct a summer school at the university from July 6th to Aug. 13tu, 1887. It is the tiret institution of the kind in the country and has a wide reputation. Professional men and stadents from home and abruad are expected to K lili. 1 HU WUIDCO 111 UO IVCU, UU extended course, one hundred and eight koura, or eigkteen hours per week. A short course of sixty hours or ten hours per week. Special courses are alao given for the benefit of teachers, clergymen, lawyers and public speakers. Hobart hall was opened Tuesday evening, the same programme being carried out that was announced. At 6 o'clock, tea was served for those coming from a distance and a few invited guests. The xercises began about 8 o'clock, the first thing beiug an anthem sung by the university glee club. Bishop Harris dehvered the inaugural address. Pres. Angelí was prevented from being present by the death of a brother-in-law, and Prof. Frieze spoke in his place. Judge Hammond made a short speech. At 9 o'clock a general reception was held iu the parlors which was attended by a large number of persons, a number of prominent persons of the state and of Detroit were present, the majority of those from Detroit going home on the late train. The building will now be kept open everv day except Sunday. Everything connécted with it is firstolass, no money or pams being spared. The carpeta are all body brussels, and the furniture of dark oak with aotique fiuish. The reading room is supplied with all the leading periodicals of the day, Lnglish, French, Germán, etc. The gymnasium and bowling alley are oompletely furnished and will be ready for use in a few days. Those who are fortúnate enough to belong to the guild should be extremely thankful for the privilege they enjoy as they have one of the finest equiped establishments in the country.