Tbe Aun Arbor Light Infantry left 'or Camp Suyder, at Island Lake, by special train Tuesday moro ing at 10:lö o'olock. At oamp the corupauy wijl have 82 men, includiug three officers. Of this nuinber 29 men had no rifles. They gave a short parade aronnd the court house square prior to their departure, headed by Becker's Light Infantry Band. It is the largest compauy that ever went out to oamp from this oity. Every member of the oompany wore oue of the aev conipany buttons procurad by Corporal Houtoon. The button bas on its face a picture of Capt. Rosa Granger, with the inscription "Capt. Ross GraDger, Aun Arbor Light Infantry," around it. The likeness is an excellent one. Before leaving the artnory the company listened to short but earnest remarks from Capt. Grauger, Col. H. S. Dean anr) Capt. Chas. E. Hiscock, all of which were full of good advice and were beartily applauded. A great many of the boys had their hair clipped which gave thein the appearance of a bald headed row at a Theater. Tbeir comrades have named them "marblé tops."