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Mrs. George Olp is visiting in 'oledo. Mrs. Julius Ziegler is visiting Deroit relatives. M. T. Raymond, of Grass Lake, was in the city Friday. Amariah Hammond is visiting his aughter near Ypsilanti. Mrs. Woodbridge, of Detroit, is isiting Mrs. McGilvry. Mrs. Essig, of Owosso, has been isiting her daughter here. Hon. Chas. R. Whitman was in Detroit Friday on business. Lew H. Clement leaves today on trip to northern Michigan. C. J. Balie, of Detroit, was registered at the Germania Friday. C. J. Watson, of Bay City, was was in the city on business Friday. D. M. Dunbay, of Dayton, Ohio, was in the city on business Friday. Chas. H. Rorabather made the Argus office a cali, Friday afternoon. Miss Lulu Coe, of Detroit, is the guest. of Miss Georgië Harves at the Arlington. Prof. M. E. Cooley delivered one of the University extensión course, Friday evening. A. F. King, of Buffalo, N. Y., was in the city on business Wm. Arnold the jeweler. Gilbert S. Pitkin, of Petrolio, Ontairo, was in the city over Sunday, visiting her mother. Chas. E. Hiscock was in Detroit Friday an business pertaining to the Ann Arbor Street Railway. Miss Emma Schmid gave an afternoon tea, Saturday, in honor of Miss Millie Richmond, of Detroit. Past Com. Perkins, of Welch Post, G. A. R., who has been laid up with la grippe for the week, is convalescent. D. C. Lowrey, of tliis city, left Monday moraing for Jackson to put a coat of paint on the dome of McVicker's theater. F. E. Logan, of Toronto, Ontario, is in the city with an eye on our University, Mr. L. tliinks of entering the U. of M. summer school. J. G. Weitbrecht, of Detroit, was in Ann Arbor Friday. Mr. V. was formerly an Ann Arbor boy and he always feels at home here among his friends. Edwin C. Walker, of Lake Charles, La., arrived in the city Friday. Mr. Walker swelled the roll at Secretary Wade's office as an applicant to enter the preparatory department at the University. G. A. Schanlan, of Chicago, spent Sunday at the Germania. In conversation with him, he says: "The World 's Fair, or the 'Drearn City,' is well narned. It is a deserted looking place. " Gug M. Canfield, formerly a student in the medical department of the University, afterwards a gradaate of the Cleveland Medical College, was visiting in the city last week with his mother, they returned to Detroit Saturday. Mr. Canfield is junior assistant at the Grove Hospital, Mrs. Canfield is the daughter of Mr. Geo. E. Fletcher.


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