The university base ball olub defeated the Athletics by a score of 11 to 6. Jas. B. Ashley has sold his fine residence to the Delta Upsilon society. Prof. Rogers is now giving the senior laws their last private examination on domestio relations. J. N. McBride has been elected maniging editor of the Bulletin board and K. T. Dorr, business manager. The banqnet to be given by the senior aw class, will be held in Detroit the Frinigbt preceding oonimen cement. The rain Monday af ternoon intefered with the ball game between the Univeriity and Cass clubs wluch was to have been played in Detroit. M. O. Graves, lit '86, has been reülected superintendent of schools at Wyandotte, with an increase of $100 on liis previous salary. Prof. Kent lectured to the junior laws Wednesday and Thursday, and he took he opportunity to find out what the seniora knew about last year's lectures. The following students constitute the Oracle board of editora for the ensuing years: E. F. Gay, L. E. Towey, L. J. Kichardson, G. H. Snow, E. L. Miller, W. D. Ball, E. B. Conrad, E. M. Coolidge. Miss A. H. Damon and Miss L. F. Raudolph. Professor Rogers delivered his last lecture to the senior laws last week Thursday, he having already delivered more than his share. The studeuts received the announcement regretfully, in i certain sense, though jubilant that they are so near the close of the hard year's work. The newly elected officers of the Eahnemannian society of the homoeopathio college are: President, Prof. H. R. Arndt; vice-president, Miss M. E. Thompson, '88; recording secretary, R. B. SteveDS, '89 ; treasurer, J. B. Wheelock, '89; exeoutive committee, Mrs. A. A. Backhause, '8d; R. H. Stevens. '89; Judioial oommittee, E. A. Darby, '88; D. J. Sinclair, 88; Mrs. J. B. Wheelock, '89.