The High School niue defeated the '94 lits ou the fair grounds, on Friday last. Prof. Spalding took a number of his studente in botany to Whitmore Lake, Saturday, lor study. The game between the U. of M. and tlic Northwestern nine on the fair groond last Saturday resulted in auother victory for the U.ofM., by a score of 15 to 3. The University minstrels gave a performance at Ypsilanti last Saturday i:_'ht at Draper's operahouse, to a large ludience, and gave excellent satisfaction. About 200 were present from Ann Arbor. Only good is spoken of the enertainment. At the annual convestion of b ankers, to be held at Marquette, July i':-4, a paer upon "Colleges and Universities should have Something in their Ourriculums hearing uu the Banking and Comaercial Interésts of the Country," has en assigned tn Dr. Angelí. The annual meeting of the Student's Lecture Association occurred nu Saturday morning. All studente holding seaSOn tickets were permitted to vote. The following excellent offlcerswere elected: President-- P. W. lü.ss. Vice-Pre8ident- C. W. Southworth. Cor. Sec'y- C. W. Ricketts. Recording Sec'y - il. N. Goddard. Treasurer - W. H. Dellenbeck. Ass't Treas.- J. E.Boberts. Directora - H. D. Jewell, E. B. uwer, (.:. C. Spencer.