H enry K Palmer, 1 his a law office in Cleveland vnHler Ihe flvm Dame of ISrewer and l'almer. It sliould be rcmembercd tliat at the Stnnley lecture to be lield at University In]], on Tuesday evening Jan. Clh, no sets are guaranteed after 7 :45. The usual benign and happy face of l)r. Angelí bears a sad expression this lioliday scason, the many sad deaths amonjc the studenta baring effected him deeply. The treasury dep irtment has ruled tliat the University is an iiistitution the promotion of science and art, and has nstructed the Dspectors at New York to admlt free uil iuiportationa made by it. On Ohiistmas eve Hoiace A. M;icjr, of Sheridan, Ind , of the mediciil class of '91, died at the University hospital f rom injuries received the Friday cvening previous while coasting on 13ch et. In some way (he steering apparatus of the bohbs which lie and a nutnber ef cotnpanions were using became unnianage'ible, and tUty ran into ttie fence. Mr. 1;iit was OU tho rour onl nf ttlf e'fil il M 1 1 Wik struck In the abdomen In such a mnnner that ilcatli resulted. He was a bfieht yoiinji man and a favorite among liis compaiiions. The retnatns were taken to his home m Indiana, accompanieri by a couple of students who are froin the sume place. In the schools of East Saginaw - pardon the break, Saginaw, east side - are thirteen teacliers, eijrht of whom are University aluiiini. Prof. J. L. Reed, lit.'Sö, the principal, lias the reputation of plaolng his school next to Ann Arbor in rank, whicli is siying a good deal when the inany excellent schools in Michigan are considered. Mrs. Reed, formerly Miss Mary McNeul, also of '85, is an issistant also. Then there comes H. M. Frot, lit. "90, who lias the chair of Greek; Miss Caroline Penny,"90, Latín; E.C. Qoddir', '89; Miss Fannie Barker,'89; Miss Fannie D. B.ill, '83, and Miss Merrill, '83. All of these conipose a tibie at one of the boarding liou-ifS tbere, and it is perhaps needless to say thatthey havesome good times. Old eollege days are not forgotten at that tablc.