Mr. R. M. Ormiston, special inspector of customs at Detroit, visited A. C. McDonald Tuesday. Foley Guild will meet Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the I. O. G. T. hall, for the election of officers. The New York Philharmonic club will be the next attraction in the Students' Lecture association, Feb. 23On the evening of Feb. 19, the S. C. A. will give a social to all S. C. A. members of the sophomore class. Miss Wilson, of Detroit, who has been visiting her sister, Miss Jean Wilson, lit '97, returned to her home Wednesday morning. Dr. Mack had a relapse early in the week, which considerably retarded his recovery. He is now improving, but is still confined to his bed. Prof. Stanley lectured on the piano, Thursday evening, at Frieze Memorial hall. Models of upnght, grand and square pianos with illustrations on each were given. The Freshman are to have a class meeting Saturday morning at 10 a. m., to decide the class colors, etc. Not even examination week can temper the ardent class spirit of the Freshman. Prof. Herrón goes immediately to Lafayette, Ind. He will lecture at the following places during the coming months: Ripon, Col.; Ripon, Wis.; Wabash, Col.; Crawfordville, Ind.; Brooklyn, N. Y., and Princeton Theological seminary. Dr. V. C. Vaughan is at present attending the convention of American medical colleges. Before the convention several matters of importance will be brought by Dr. Vaughan, especially the adapting of literary work as preparatory to the medical degree.