Prof. Harrington is taking a short vacation. The Delta Taus have taken to tennis playing in their own yard. E. F. Smith, '86, has taken charge of Mrs. Stowell's work for this semester. The first annual banquet of the Chicatro alumni association takes place this evening. A. L. Colton, '89, leaves next month to become an assistant in the Harvard observatory. The Alpha Delta Phi and the Beta Theta Fi at present lead the inter-fraternity base ball league. The seventh annual banquet of the Sigma Nu fraternity will be held at Ilangsterfer's, May 17. The mock republican convention held by the Univeisity students will be held in the opera house this eveuing. The engineering society has elected G. S. Williams, president: W. V. Seymour, vice-president; Xelsou, secretary, and Bensen, treasurer. The repubhcan students at their club meeting, Friday, adopted by a vote of 61 to 33 a resolution of thanks to Senator Ingalls tor disgracing the Hoor of the Senate at the same time Voorhees did. The Atheletics. of Detroit, defeated the Universities, Saturday, in a well played game by a score of 11 to 9. Nearly 500 people witnessed the game. Codd and Booth formed the University battery. Dr. David G. Sliarpe. of Cassopohsn medie of '86, was in town on Saturday. He conveyed tne stotnach of John Aikin, of Calvin, Cass County, to Prof. Vaughan for analysis. Aikin disappeared noysteriously on the 16th of December. His body was fuud in Long Lake on ïhursday of last week. The University Lacrosse Club has elected officers as follows: President, Prof. A. Hennequin; vice president, J. Gr. Jacuson, medie '89; secretary, b . A. Sabin, lavv '90; treasurer, VV. S. Stover, dent; executive committee, S. H. Scovel, lit '92; S. D. Bradley, medie '80; L. Y. Baker, homeop and L. R. Johnson, dent.