The flrst meeting for this year of the Washtenaw Connty Teaohers' AssociatioD was held at the high school hall, Anu Arbor, Saturday. The pupils of the Anu Arbor schools furnished rausic, singing several pieoes iu the line of the humane work, Dr. B. S. Copeland gave a half hour's talk un the "Care of the Eyes, " and not ouly instracted tbe teaohers in a matter of vital importance to those uuder their care, but interested the children as well. Mrs. L. M. DeWitt gave a carefnlly prepared paper on the "New Woman," whioh met the hearty approval of all. Commissioner Lister spoke of the work of the district school teachers and noted the increasing demands of the profession and suggested rueans for meeting some of them tbrough a systein of county teachers' olasses, to be carried on under tbe directioa of instrnctors ocated conveniently throngh the connty, which plan seems to meet the hearty approval of all the teahers. Prof. Chute talked interestingly on the subject of physics, and Prof. C. A. Hoyt, of the Normal College, gave a short address on the application of child-study to the work of the teacher. Tbe address was well received and was full of excellent suggestions. The next mBeting of the association wil! be held in Chelsea.