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Chapel exercisea opened on Tuesdáy. The Trans-Mis8issippi club court has already organized. Prof. Frieze met his classes in Latin for the first time Wednesday. The attendance in all the departments is fullv up to Ia3t year. The hotels have been f uil of students, who had not yet found rooms. The Student's Christian Assoeiation give a reception this evening in Room A. Prof. J. B. Davis was confined to his house the tirst of the week from a severe cold. The pharmacy students began work Wednesday afternoon. The attendance s unusually laige. The prospects are that the attendance in the literary departmenf will be larger than last year. The University ;lramatic club held their first meeting in Adelphi hall, Wednesday evening. Dr. Obetz was out from Detroit, Monday; to deliver the opening lecture in the homoeopathic department. Callaghan & Co. are here with law books for the students. C. W. Ailing is the representative in charge. It is stated that there are twenty students from Jackson here this year. A pietty good representation for one town. There is considerable interest manifested in Politieal Economy and Dr. Adams will find large classes this year. Prof. Hogers will speak bef ore the Y. il. C. A. next Sunday on the Duty ot Young Men to the Christian church. Mr. ljrown is doing the work in minerolagy quantitative assaying and blow pipe analysis done bj the late Prof . Cheever. The democratie students have organized their club for the year. They meet in the law building at half-past seven this evening. Dr. Vaughan met his classes on JSanitary Science, Tuesday. The import anee of this subject is being better appreciated every year. l'rof. V. N. Spaulding will be in room 24 from two to four this afternoon to give credit for advance work in botany and arrange for work. Prof. Rogers delivered the introductory law lecture last Monday to a crowded lecture room, the attendance being larger than last year . It looks as if the attendance in the homceopathic department, this year, wóuld be about eighty, which is more than it has been for some years back. Requests for extra hours by students : in the literary department must be handed in by next Monday and answers will be given after Tuesday to the requests. Prof. Hudson's lectures on the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries wil. prove very interesting ihis year, if thev are not delivered at too early a date for comfort. The freshman class in the literary department Monday night had the same number as were registered on December 19 last year. It is the largest freshmen class to enter. D. Cramer says that he hns this week paid the öth matriculation fee to the University roll, has pai'l for live diplomas. He says the U. of Ai. will please excuse Inm after one more. . The law department bulletin boaid has come to be used for personal notices, on the bottom of which some persou attaches the les;end"one cent saved"' Tbe writers of the notices probably couldn't aflord postáis. Examinations for admission to the glee club will be held in Room 28, at 7:30 o'clock, this evening and next Thursday and Friday evenings. The requirements for admission are a good voice, a good musical ear and ability to read easy music. # Prof. Albert A. Stanley announces a course in the Science and Practice of Choral Music at nve o'clock on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, course3 in the Science of Harmony at half-past nine and., half past ten Tuesdays and Fridays and courses in simple Counterpart at half-past nine and half-past ten, Mondays and Thursdays. Our homceopathic department will be greatly benefitted by the rule adopted by the American Institute to recognize after this year only those .homeopathie colleges which require a course of three years lectures of six months each for graduation. The requirements for graduation here are equalled by only one other college in the country. Kaising of the standard requisite for recognition should help the attendance here. The Unitarian this month says: "Two of the Japanese young men. Mr. S. Matsumoto and Mr. S. Arakawa, who two years ago embraced Unitarianism at Ann Arbor and joined the Unitarian church, having Qnished their studies in this country have just returned to Japan, the former by way of Oregon and Washington Territory, sailing from some one of our nortb. western porto, and the latter by way of Europe, sailins from Marseilles, France. Both these young men may be counted on as strong helpers of our cause in their own country."