As near as can be estimated, the uurnber oL graduates will De 72. Everybody is invited to attend the graduatiug exercises iu University hall next Friday, at 10 a. m. There will be a base-ball game on the fair grounds to-rnorrow betweeu the Detroit and Aun Arbor high school teams. The Christian Association will have its farewell meeting to-day. The re Uring president, Thos. Chalmers, will lead the exercises. The Omega, published by the senior class, will be on sale in the high school hall at 9 o'clock next Thursday rnorning, and in University hall Friday, at 10 o'clock. The alumni bauquet will be held in the high school hall, the evening of commencemeut day, June 22d. E. Wt Dow, '78, will deliver an oration, and Susie Whedon, '86, will present a poem. The seniora and juniors will have the last socials of the year to-night, the former at the home of D. O. Douglas, 14 South University avenue, and the latter at Miss Llla tfennett's, 12+ Xorth Thayer street. Lyceum No. 1 will to-night close a very successf ui year with the pohtical debate "Which will be to the best iuterests of the country, the success of the democratie, republican, or prohibition parties at the coming election." The Delta Epsilon society will give a special programme to-morrow eveniiig, to vvhich all are invited. The senior class-day exercises will be held at Whitmore Laüe, next Wednesdav. The programme is as follows: Oration, Austin O. Gormley; poem, Matilda A. Jseumann; history, Ray J. McColl; prophecy, Nellie Cutler; essay, Hattie V. Haviland; president's address, Marión G. Paul. Boating will be iudulged iu during the afternoon. and a banquet and ball will be held iu the evening.