W. G. Palmer visited friends in Jackson over Sunday. Prof. A. A. Stanley returned from Boston Friday evening. Philip Bach is convalescing from an attack of erysipelas. Mrs. B. F. Watts is entertaining Mrs. Ewart, of Detroit. Otto Behr, of Detroit, was in the city yesserday on business. Miss Lydia Weitbrecht is visiting relatives in Howell this week. Rev. Mr. Vernor filled the pulpit of St. Andrew's church, Sunday. Fred Wildermeuth, of Owosso, visited Ann Arbor friends Saturday. Mrs. Agatha Fischer, of Dexter township, was in Ann Arbor yesterday. Marshal Dick Bell, of Dexter, was in Ann Arbor yesterday on business. Miss Eva Johnson, of Whitmore Lake, spent Sunday with Ann Arbor friends. Mrs. F. H. Voorheis returned Saturday from a visit with Detroit friends. Miss Agatha Josenhaus, of York, visited relatives in Ann Arbor on Saturday. Robert Law, of Detroit, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Dunn, over Sunday. Rev. John Neuman left today for Tiffin, Ohio, to attend to a Chnstian Endeavor convention. W. H. Dorrance, jr., is in Rives, Jackson county, attending the funeral of Mrs. Harrie Hall. Rev. Mr. Sharpe, of Jackson, occupied the pulpit of the Congregational church on Sunday last. O. O. Sorg was in Ypsilanti on Saturday, on business connected with the new Normal gymnasium. E. C. Burdick, of the Burdick and Wood Co., left yesterday for a week's visit to Detroit and Saginaw. Robert Traut, of Detroit, visited his brother, who is attending the Horological Institute, over Sunday. Robert Gerner and Charles Andrews are fishing at Bass lake. Their neighbors are preparing for fish suppers. Henry Steinbach, with the Burdick & Wood Co., left today for Chelsea to visit his parents for a few days. Miss Amelia Hass returned yesterday from an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Jacob Schavrer, of Lima.Miss Ella Meuth returnedWednesday from Detroit where she has been making an extended visit to her brother Henry. Dr. Cari Rominger, ex-state geologist, and Mrs. Rominger, left today for Louisville, Ky., to visit their son, Louis Rominger. Mr. E. B. .Lewis, an oía pnoiorapher of Ann Arbor, formerly of the firm of Lewis & Gibson, leaves Eor California this morning. Mr. and Mrs. William Neuman, of Romeo, who have been visiting with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. John Neumann, left för home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nichols have returned from Chicago. Mr. Nichols expects to study for a masters' degree during the coming year. He was formerly president of the S. C. A. A. J. Smith and W. S. Clark, of Ann Arbor, were registered yesterday at the Wayne in Detroit, and H. Tupper, jr., B. B. Burton, C. H. Pierson and H. Hudson at the Normandie.