The Haydeu club has orgamzed lts band of eight piuces under the leadership of Ernest B. Perry. The junior8 who were to have their pictures taken last Saturday postponed lt a week. Aoiong the visitors at the school last week were, Prof. Huil, of Detroit. Profs. Eager, and Greeson of Grand Rapids, and Slipt. Cole of Hastingg. Mr. Cook Smlth, formerly of '85, is now located at Kimball, Dakota. He is engaged in the land, loan, and insurance business, and has built an opera house and everal dwellings at that place. He is the youngcst and one of the most successful business men in the town. Mr. Ralph Buchoz, '82, U asslstant bookkeeper for M. S. Suiith & Co., of Detroit. The janitor of the court house is constantlyannoyedby sraall boys congregating in the corridors of the different floors. Saturday two of them, vhose names are known, broke the top of one of the radiators in the hall. After half a dozen of them have been arresteil and tbcir fathers have to pay a rightsmart fine, the nuisanco will probably be abated. Parcnts otlght not to allow their children to roam around the city nights, and much deviltry would be avoided if they werc kept home where they belong.