VacRtion begD8 tomorrow. The eastern trip of ths base ball team is now a certainty. The jjniors are talking of producing a Greek play, next year. The Adelphi will give a musical program vacation during vaüation week. The Webster Ssciety will give a public debate duriag the early part of May. The recular meeting of the Politici Sjience Association will be held this week. Prof. Tiueblood will deliver a series of' readings through the South during the vacation. A. L. Noble ha received the order for the senior lita' clas-i caps. It is to be a bishop'a cap, made of black velvet, by Ddnlap & Co. Miss Frino Araold attendsi the P Beta Ph convention at Galeburr, 111 , last week. The new lecture rooms in the uridi'ion to the chemie! laboratory were u cl f r the first time, lust week. Another publio discussion b-t w en members of the literary a d Ik" cl .-■ius in oratcry, will take place My '2'.). A petition is beirg circuiated Miiong the students esking the regents to lea or buy a piece of land tor base bi'l grou ids. Dr. E. E. White of Cincinnntti, r ad m interesting paper on "The T ue The ry o EducatioD, "belore the Pililos, nic IS Ksi tv. Saturday evening. The University and Der.it I. aeud teams will play a game of ba-i-bill rmre, Apr. 29. Thia will probably bi toe oyciiing game of the te nson. The Univergiiy oí Wisconsin Glee ar.d BanJ3 Club3 is an organiz ition not to be ashnmed of. Tbeaudienoe tbat ats-mHtfd in Univereity Hnll, last S iturday eveoiug, was well repaid for g-iing. The orator ical contest on "The Negro Question" took place becween mennb-rs of the Uw and literary classes in oratory, Friday evening. The judges awarded the contest to the Hts., by a score of 258 to 253 points. H. W. Fairbank '90, has completed his college course and has accepted an excellent position with the State Q-oologioal survey ot Ca ifornia. Mr. Fairbai.ks and wife leave to-dny for their new home in the far west. - Aronaut. The Glee and Bar p clubs start on their concert tour to. morrow morning. The dhtea to be filWtl are as follows: Grand Ripids, llth; Kalimazao, 12ch; Minoeapolis, Hth and lG'.b; St. Pan', 15;h; Wino-ia, 17th; Md son, T8:h; Chiogo, 19th; Pullman, 21t; and Dowagiac 22ud; the club, then returning home.