About two hiuidred students went down to Ypsilunti Wedn6iday evdningi to pfty their respects to Yic Woodhull. - The Univeraity campus Deing iloodüd witli water, Ml. Carrington, onzineer at the Lab" oratory, tilled a nuiuber of cisterna Wedneaday by nioaiiH of cyphons. - Prol Cheever, tor the h'rst time sinco his return trom Colorado, appeared ljefore the Medical eins Tuesday, and dehvorod ;m interMtiug lectura on Colorado. A chapter of the Tau Delta Tau Secret 80oietj 11 organizad Saturday eveuing. Tlie fraternity has at presont about ritteen members iu the different departmenta of the Uuiversity. - On Weduesday ovoiiiiij;, March 12th, the musical orgauizations of the University, the " Sodaüty" aud the Glee Club, vvill giva a. coucert in University Hall tor the purpose ot raising funda towards pOrohaamg a piauo for the hall. - A large audience was present Monday morning in the law lecture room, to hear the address of Judge Cooley to the La.w students. Arrangements have been made by the class to hare the lecture published in pamphlot form. - Union services will be held at the M. E. Church on next Sunday eveniug, uuder the auspices of the Students' Chiistian Association. The sermón will be delivered by the Kev. Dr. Coan, a missionary froin Persia. - Yesterday beiug set apart as the day of prayer tor colleges, the Literary departnieut of the University was closed. At nme o'clock exercises were held in the college chapel, and at three o'clock Dr. Cocker delivered a discourse. Dolos Fall, a member of the senior class of the Uuiversity, has been appointed principal of Flint Higli School, vice Volney M. Spalding, or the class of '73, resigned. Mr. Fall ïntends to return at the close of the year aud gradúate with his class. - Prof. Frothingham haa not resigned his professorship iu the Medical departinent, as was published in the Detroit papers. He has only tendered his resignation as Demonstrator of Anatoiny, on account of the respousibility necessarily connected with the position. The student of the Medical Department appointed a commitee Monday morning to diaw up a petition to the proposed committee oí inspection from the Legislatura expresaive of the views of the studeuts, aud askiug that such a law be passed as will beLter furnish the Uuiversity with material íor tbe desectiug room. - A larga audience assembled at University Hall Sunday afternoon to Ii3ten to the able discourse by Prof. Adams ou " The Iuflueuce of Religión in the Rise and Fall of Nations." He expatiated upon the history of üreece and Rome, maintaining that their progress was commensurate to their rehgious tervor, and their decline, to lts cessation. Next Sunday he will show that tiie same is true of modern nations.