Probably no one in Ann Arboris ïgnorant of the fact that the 500 persons who paid $5 for memory lessons of Prof. Loisettee were badly cheated in buying that whlch they would not place to auy particular use. Now coinés the claim that Loisette is a fraud, ihat lus tnemory system is as old as the hills and tliat nis secret, which he binds bis pupils so solemnly to keep, is no secret at all. The mere fact that it is a secre1 was the chief attraction. In fact it is claitned that Loisette is not Loisette at all but a ï'ale gradúate bv the name of Larrowe, and lately a lawyer. Uut memory teaching has proven more proütable than practising. In the last year it is claimed that he has made $500,0U0 He toob S2.500 out of this city, 3,000 tut of Detroit and in the eastern cities his hauls were largor.