Prof. Payne is home again. Prof. Elislia Jones talks of purliasing a tricvcle. D. E. Osborne, '84, Medical School, is in the city. Dr. T. P. Wilson was out of town a few days tli3 week. Ilenry P. Page, '83, teuches at Decatur, 111. the coming year. L. A. McLouth, 'SG, is principal of the Mt. Pleasant schools this year. T. R. Chapín, who entered with 85, began work in the postoffice, Monday. E. Buckley,'84, is latetly back from a two weeks enjoyment of Chautauqua, N. Y. D. G. Taylor, '83, Supt. of the schools at Oxford, Mich., began work last Monday. Miss Clara M. Coleman, '77, visited at Negaunee recently, on her way to Manistique. D. K. Cochrane, of '85, stopped in the city over Tuesday on his way home from Saiatoga. F. C. Bailey, '82, in the city recently ,expects to attend an eastern theological seminary the coming year. The latest advice from Dr. Angelí reports the successorship of Dr. Cocker not definitely settled as yet. Geo.W. Carman, 'SI, opened the schools at Union City last Monday. C. F. Hicks formerly of '84 is in the same school. Dr. H. S. Frieze, who has been absent in New York about a week is not expected home until nearly the first of October. E. E. White, law and M. A., '83, anived Sunday night on his way to St. Paul, Minnesota, where he will practice his profession. Dr. Lorin Hall, formerly assistant in Microscopy and Histology, left on Monday for Salt Lake City, Utah. where he expects to practice. Herbert M. Snow, law '83, now of Detroit, Mich. paid ye editor a very pleasant cali recently. 'Tis true ; he's to be hut "mum's the word." L. S. Norton, '80, was in the ctty over Sunday. He is superintendent of tlie Midland schools. Fred E. Britten, '84, has been offered the principalship. Prof. M. E. Cooley rejoices in the arrival at his house, of a candidate for a course in engineering. It's a nine pound boy. Hugh Brown, of 84, broughta quintette of Hoosiers for attendance at Ann Arboi the coming year from Rochester and vicinity. M. Estella Norton, formerly of '77, who has beenspending her vacation here, returned to Terre Haute, Indiana, last week. She resumes her posltion in the State Normal. Prof. C. B. Cady resumes his Detroit classes at Whitney's on to-morrow. He assumed the position of organist and director at the Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian church in that city last Sunday. "Vale." Under this tltle Mr. Chester pays a very complimcntary farewell to Fred N. Scott, lit , '84, who severed his connection with Chaff on the 25th uit Fred wishes a rest bef ore the university opens. J. H. Norton, lit., '82, stopped off for a short time on his way to Ravenswood, 111., where he teaches the coming year Did any one say that Miss Laura Hills of '82 isn't teaching In the same school? It's a mistake. Dr. Henry L. Obetz has been appointed to the chair of Surgery in the HomtEOpathic departmentin place of Dr. W altor The new professor was connectec with the Cleveland Homceopathic College several years as Demanstrator of Anatomy and Asst. Professor of Surgery Dr Obetz will move here the latter part of this month from Paris, Hl. where he has a wide reputation as a surgeoa. Dr. Newton Baldwin, of Marshall, has acceptod the appointment as lecturer in he Homeopathie school on Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. The doctor is a gradúate of the medical class of '75, and a non-graduate of '74 In theliterary department. The monv friends of Thos. L. Heaton, 80, and Miss Francis O. Stebbins, '82, will not be surprised to learn of their narriafre at Sheridan, N. Y. on the 22d uit. They enjoyed a pleasant trip up the lakeson their way to VVinona, Minn. where Mr. H. is teaching. The boys for whom a warrant was issued by the Toledo railroad tor action spoken of last week, were given a hearing jefore Justice Breiman on Monday. While the boys were evidently guilty, it wasshown that their action had been provoked through mischievous intent, and their age warranting, a discharge was ordered with good advice as to the future. By leaving one shirt, one collar and one Dair cuffs at 21 8. Main St., on Monday, September 10, any one who has never sent work to the City Laundryof Detroit can have theni laundered free of charge.