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Edward Schairer is in Chicago. Miss Libbie Kress is in Chicago. William Biggs and son are in Chicago. Miss Rose Seery is visiting in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. John Burg are in Chicago. Miss Máry Sullivan is back from Chicago. Miss Myrtle Amsden is visiting in Monroe. Miss Lena Fall visited in Jackson :his week. Henry J. Mann is visiting the World's Fair. Miss Lydia Henne has returned from Marshall. Rev. John Neumann was in Port Huron, Sunday. Joseph Clark is taking an extended eastern trip. Henry Kyer has returned from Seattle, Washington. Mr. aud Mrs. W. P. Stevens went to Chicago, Tuesday. Miss Mary Graf is visiting her uncle in Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Green are visiting in Kansas City. Miss C. A. McCollum, of East Huron street, is in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Johnson have returned from Van Wert, Ohio. W. S. Southard and family are visiting in West Mansfield, Ohio. Judge W. D. Harriman left Tuesday to visit the World's Fair again. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mutschell returned from Chicago, Sunday night. Mrs. A. Barr, of East Washington street, left for the World's Fair, Tuesday. Mrs. J. Moöre and daughter, of Owosso, have been visiting Miss Lizzie Brehm. Mrs. Harry Gelston and Miss Sarah Gelston left for the World's Fair, Tuesday. Miss Anna Walz, of Marshall, has been visiting Miss Flora Koch. James Snow and Miss Abbie Snow, of Kansas City, are visiting Aid. W. G. Snow. Otto Krause, of Grand Rapids, has been at his uncle's, John Koch's, this week. Mrs. A. D. Seyler, Julius V. Seyler and Miss Bena Seyler left for Chicago, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, of Wichita, Kansas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Watts. Mrs. Robert Lorimer, of Detroit, is visiting with her aunt, Miss C. V. Hewitt, on South Thayer street. W. E. Wadhams and family, Parris Banfield and family and Ernest Cook are camping at Portage Lake. Mr. W. A. Campbell and family, of Pittsfield, are entertaining the Misses Rawsonand Aulls, of Bridgewater. In company with her guests [ Mrs. Campbell visited the University yesterday. George M. Hosack, '92 law, now a lawyer in western Pennsylvania, i has been spending a few days visit1 ing friends in this city and Ypsilanti. He is the guest of W. J. Wallace, of Ypsilanti.