Several of the youngcr teachers f the state inlcrested ia secondarv instruction mid its rel ition to hiher ediicntion, met in the parlors of the Cook House Siiturd;iy last at two o'clock, imd formed the Michigan Schooltnasters' (Jlub. Ann Arbor was flxed upon us the permauent place of meeting, Hiid th ree meel inffs n to oe held annually at the rail of the executive cominittee. Tlie ol)ject of the Club is to furiiish opportuuity lor the interchanife of opinión amoiij( thos directly interested in the pruhlcuiH of higher eduoation in our High Schools, Colleges, tmd the Uuiversity. The oranization is L. C. Huil, principal of the Detroit High School, president; Leroy Halsey, superintendent of chools, Mattle Creek, vioe-presldent; Prof. Volney M. Spaalding of the University, secreUry aai treasurer. These, together wltb Prof. Barbour of the mal Schoolkind Sup't Kendall of Jackson, compoge the cxceiuive committee. Amongthose present were Sup't Glenn and Principal Cutler oí Marshall, Principal Drake of Battle Creek, Sup't Thompson of Albion, Sup't Glasgow of Jackson, ind Mr. Bherrarü of the Detroit High School.