There were several changes in the university faculty made at the regents raeetiug last Friday evening, and three new instructors were appointed. Lewis A. Rhoade3, at present instructor in History in the high school was appointed instructor in Germán in the university .F.H. Cole was appointed instructor in Mathematics, and J. H. Drake instructor in Latin . Prof. P. R. dePont was made assistant professor of Frenen and registrar of the literary f aeulty at a salary of S1S00. The resignation of Calvin B. Cady, acting professor of rnusic, was accepted. Dr.J. W. Warren, of Boston, was appointed lecturer in Physiology. Walter Miller was made acting assistaut professor of Latin to flll Prof. Elisha Jones' place for one year. Lecturer Lucius L. VanSlyke, was designated 10 do Prof. Langley's work during the protessor's absence. The appointnient of Profs. Griffin, Wells and Kuowlton in the law department, which have hitherto been from year to year, were made permanent. Dr. J. X. Martin was designated to perform the duties of the class of obstetrics until a suecessov to the late Ur. Dunster should be appointed.