Dr. Gunsaulus will draw a large houne to-night. The Alpha Delts gave a yerman on Friduy evening. The Psi U's give a dancing party to-morrow night. The Beta Thetes will honor Dr. Gunsaulua with a banquet to-night. The Independent Dancing Club gives a weekly dancing party at Nickei's hall. A pleasant S. C. A. social was held at the Presbyterian churoh last Saturday evening. Prof. Scott met the ministerial band on Sunday, and spoke on the subject of "Ministerial Rhetoric." The senate coinmittee. of the legislature recommends an uppropriation of $101,325 for 1891, and $98,700 for 1892. A number of the Independent ladies have started a new society which they bave christened the "Colle -e Alethian." The Wtbster and Jeffersonian socicties of the law department will give a joint program on Washington' birthday The gymnasium fund is growing steadily. Nearly 37,000. have already been subscribed. Ten dollará carne al the way from Texas. Prof. Winchell, on Friday night, dclivertd an interesting lecture, entillec World Evolution. To-morrow evening he speaks of Organic Evolution. At the Baptist church, next Sunday evening, memorial services will be bek f&r Mr. Mftcy, who was formerly president of the Y. P. society of that church Chicago physieians of the allopathic school will tender to Prof. Gibbes, o ihis city, and Prof. Öhurly, of Detroit, a reception tomorrow evening, thus testi fying their appreciatkm of the labrs o thobe uble physieians. The atbletic association, after a lively contest, electe-l its offleers on Saturd. afternoon. The independente electei. their i-andiilate, Field, presi.ient. J W. Cnrtis, law, '91, was elected vicepresident; E. E. Tnylor; ■'. '93, secretary; E. G. FasseU, lit, "02, treasnrer. Thirtefn directors Wfre ihosen. On Timrsdav and Friday of last week the anrjiiHl convelition of the Sima Phi fralernity was hM in Ann Arhor. Irom ihe seven chaptera were present, and with th various visiior?, the whole namber of yaeols was about fifty A banquet was hele1 at the Eussell House, Detroit, on Friday evening. There will be a social meeting of the Wouian's League in the Uniersity Cbapel Siturday, Jan. 24, at three o'clock. A paper will be given by Dr. Scott on "The Piranesi Cnliection." All members are invited to attend, and also all who wish to become associate or full members. Names and dues will be received by any members of the extícutive committee. The glee club will s-ing at the following places: Detroit, January 30; Ypsilanti, February 7; Lansing, February 20; Jackson, February 21; Saginaw, March 13; Bay City, March 14; Detroit, March 18; Grand Rapids, April 10; Bloomington, 111., April 11; Springfleld, 111., April 13; St. Louis, Mo., April 14; Kansas City, Mo., April 15; Topeka, Ks., April 16; Leavenworth, Ks., April 17; St. JosejihMo., April 18; Council Bluffs, Ia , April 20; DesMoines, Ia., April 21; Chicago, 111., April 22.