The new catalogijes wil] soon be out. The subjects for term essays have have been posted in the session rooms. "Proof of God's Love" is the subject to be considered at the Christian Association this afternoon. Lavant Caukin will lead the services. Tne high school pupils are going to stop walking across the lawns and thus set a good example to the residents of that neighborhood who have fallen into that habit. Geo. W. Hosack met with an accident last Saturday evening which will probably prevent him from continuing his school work. ile had been riding a bicycle, and was about to dismount when he feil upon his right arm. Ile did not suppose any severe injury had been done, but upon examination a few hours aftervvard it was found that his arm was broken at the elbow. The following have been appointed as speakers f')r the commencemönt exercises: Hannah M. Anderson, Greene, Iowa; Wm. Biair, Charnbersburg, Pa.; LizzieJS!. Bailey, Ann Arbor; !Nellie Cutler, Fisher; Donald O. Douglass, Ann Arbor; Austin C. Gorinley, Ann Arbor; Hattie V. Ilavilaud, Ann Arbor; W alter J. Kent, Dundee; Fred O. Kent. Dundee; David McMorran, Port Hurón; Matilda A. Neumann, Ann Arbor; Roba Pulcipher, Ann Arbor; Fredenck B. llyder, Ann Arbor; M. Eloise Walker, St. Johns.