University of Michigan.

The University of Michigan has grown to such an extent during the past few years, and the accommodations for the large number of students are so inadequate that the Board of Regents of the university have prepared a memorial to the State Legislature and have asked for the following appropriations: for repairs to seventeen buildings $5,000; for an addition to University Hall, the main building, recitation rooms $75,000; for two hospitals $22.000; for the dental department $12,000; for the library $30,000; for salaries for instructors $30,000, and other things amounting to $20,000.