Merle A. Breed. '81, visited the Ypsi. normal last week. Rufus Waples, .Tr., '81, !s in the milling business at Minneapolis, Minn. T.W. Kdwards, law '84, attended a wedding n Ypsilantl, Friday night. Prof. M. E. Cooley and wife spcnt the vaeation at Fairport, New York. College opened on Tuesday. A big time for the hackmen this week, therefore. Newton McMillan, '79, has been visiting his parents and friends for a few days past. D. K. Phillips, of The Chronicle, spent the vaeation wilh friends at North Muskegon. Tli report of Angelí just print.pil shows an interestiiig year's work on the Campus. Dr. Palmer was called to Dow:igiac recently as counsel in a case in charge of a local physiqian. Prof. Thomas visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. V. Thomas, at West Branch, Mich. last week. We noticed E. Fred Wood, '79, in the city this week. He is making a short stay with parents and friends. Dr. V. C. Vaughn did not meet his Tuesday classes, benig absent at the meeting of the State Board of Health. It is estimated that the expenses of the Uuiveisity thls year will be $233,317.58, nearly $40,000 less than last year. Miss Kittie Van Harlhigen, '83, is at Marshall, Clark Co, UI., wlieie she arrived recently frota VVyandotte, Mich. The Survcyors and Englneers' AssociaUon, n session at Kast Soffinuw lust we. k, elected Prof. J. B. Davis President. President Angelí has been enguged to deliver liis lecture od China, iu tlie literary society course at Allegan, Mich. Kev. F. L. Osborne, M. A., '83 was made a Christmas present of a Batíalo robe by his Methodist friends at Lambertville. K. W. Eede, '83, has returned to take thü degree of M. S. He has been occapied in the lumber business since hi graduaMattbew Arnold lectures on the I8th inst., at Unversity Hall instead of Fiof. M. C. Tyler. Subject :" Literatura and Q((pTlfA '' G. W. Fennacy, medie '83, left for Kentucky, Wednesday morning. He was summoned by telegram through abrother's sickness. Chas. C. Landou, homceop. '86, and Miss Genevieve E. Uorabacher, were married at the bride's home in Battle Creek, Fridny afternoon last. Wiu. P. Caruthers, law '79, in couipany witli two otlicis Is editor of a Bew paper, Corpus Christi Caller, published at Corus Christi, Texas. Max Ziukieson, fornierly of'80, who has been in Germany for several years, is on bis siile of the big pond again, and in )uslness at Milwaukee, Wis. A meeting of the executive conimittee of the class of '70, dental departinent, was held recently in Detroit. They wlll hold a reunión here in the spring. Since the close of college for the holiday vacation thore have been additions Lo the various departments as follovvs : llterary, 3 law, 4; medical, 7; and homceopathic, 2. Total, 10. Win. G. Webster, '83, who received a Washington appouitment recently from be Civil Service Coinmission Is in the4th Auditor's office. He attends the Columbian University law school also. Don A. Garwood, '81, of the finn of McClellan & Garwood, Waterloo, Indiana, was recently made Seeretary of the Northeastern Indiana Agricultural Association 'or the coming year, by a vote of 130 to 36. His opponent was the lady secretay of the past year. E. H. Barmore, '82, was associated with lis father as a partner in business at ,Tef'ersouvllle, Iud., on the lst inst. The firm ïame is D. S. Barmore & Sou, who are engaged in steamboat building, eto. They are said to have one of the best equipped yards in the country. Congratulations. Raymond C. Davis, librarían, delivers tbree lectures clijs ui min in tjje SDuilieast room, Ilijt llüor, uw library, on the 14th. gist, and 28th, beglanlng at 7 p. ra. standard time each eveuing. tjubjects on tiie respective dates are, " Books and Reading," "The Catalogue and other Library Aids," and 'Recent üooks." A general invitation Is extended. Dr. R. G. DePuy, lit. '79, homceop. '80, bas rucuntly been the viclini of an attempted blackmaUing scheme of a lady patiënt in Jmuestown, Dakota, where he lias been ld practico since his graduation. The trial, which was in progress for a number of davs, was brouirht to a close on Monday, the 31st uit., the case being presented to the court in the afternoon. At the close of the argument the court announced at once that there was no evidence which warranted bis holding De Puy for trial in the district court, and he was therefore dismissed. The decisión was received with cheers by the crowded courtroom. The docfnr lisia nnr consratulatioiis on the above result. Gay " was the subject of many and hearty conratulations from a bostot frieuüs on New Year's day,'1 as per the Daily Capital of his city.