Dr. W. Nolan, a veteiinary snrgeon, vbo bas for soirie time had an offioe n J. W. Robison's livery stable in this ity, is in tronble in Detroit. A voung girl aged 19, giving her name as Graoe Burrill, says that on Monday he made the aoquaiutaoce of Nolan and went out ridine veitb him to tbe vestern part of the city. They stopped at a resort ont that way and had somebing to driuk then oontinued tbeir ride aronnd the boulevard. There in a lonely spot the girl says Nolan committed a criminal assablt upon her. SeturuinR to the oity the giil oalled the ïrst policeman she saw aud bad Nolan airested. Nolan denies that he oommitted the assanlt althuogh he admits the rest of the girl's story. Nolan will be prosecuted. The Medioal Faeolty has deoided to celébrate the Semi-Centennial of theexistenoe of the medical departmput iu tbe year 1900. A oommittee bas been appointed to arrange for this celebratiou. The faculty wil offer a memorial volume of original research as a contributiou to he proposed celebration. Dr. O. C. Stricikler. of New UhnMinn., proposes that the alumni of the medioal department should be so organized as to obtain fnuds enongh to ereot a ward to tbe hospital or a laboratory, which may demoustrate to the paople of Michigan that the medical dnpartmeüt has uot been entiroly forgotten by I its gratluates.