Geo. B. Dygert is home for a short time before going to San Pranoisco. ■where he iatends looating. Ernest Perry. of Bay City, was in the oity over Sunday. Jas. Cavanangh, of Manchester, was a guest over Snnday of his brother, M. J. (Javauaugh. C. F. Steinbaur will teach stringed Instruments in Ann Arbor. He comes from Saginaw. Miss Graoe Warren refcurned to her home in Milford Mouday, after a brief stay here with friends. Miss Kate Wyck, of Toledo, Ohio, ■who has been a gnest of Mrs. P. H. "Warren, of Sonth Second street, for two weeks, returued home Tuesday. Edwin Atwood, of Plint, was a gnest over Sunday of the S. A. E. fraternity. Day Belding, who bas been in Colorado for the surumer, has retnrned home. Chas. A. Saaer and family were at Pewamo, Ionia oounty, this week visiting relativas. Congressman John Corliss, of Detroit, was in the city last Satnrday. Miss Grace Woociard, of Owosso, was a gnest for several days of Miss Anna Bennett, 52 South División street. Mrs. S. G-. Benham has been entertaining Mrs. Parshall, of Wayne.for two ■weeks, the latter retorning home Monday. Miss Emelie Loch, of Brighton, who ias been a gnest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belding, of the North Side.Jretnrned home this week. Miss Josie Cayer, of Detroit, spent Sunday in Ann Arbor. B. F. Schumacher was in Detroit Monday. Michael Staebler was in Battle Creek this week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kearns, of Detroit, spent Sunday in Ann Arbor. Samuel Krause, of Grand Bapids, ■was a guest this week of his sister, Mrs. Geo. Haller. Calvin Bliss will ïnake his fature home with his daughter, Mrs. Alvah Hill, of Detroit. George Stevens has removed here f rom Flint. Miss Jean Phillips, of London, Ont., ïs a guest of her brother. Robert Phillips, on her way to Kentucky to spend xhe winter. She will eat a Michigan Thansgiving dinner, however. Miss May Thompson, of Owosso, was a guest this week of Ann Arbor friends. H. T. Morton was iu Denver, Col., this week. Rev. W. L. Tedrow attended the state Sunday school convention in Detroit Tuesday. Mrs. Melvile McGee and son George, of Jackson, were guests of relativos this week. F. S. Clement, of Chicago, was a guest Tuesday of his brother, Lew H. Clement. Dr. G. W. Collins, of Vermillion, S. D., was a guest of Lew H. Clemnte this week. Baltimore oysters at Besimer's. Tbe f ame of 'varsity college journalism was considerably added to this ■week by tbe pulication of Wrinkle and Inlander. The Jatter was issued on Wednesday and the former will be out for tomorrow's game in Detroit. Inlander contained a well witten article by Manager Baird upon the Harvard game, while Miss Gertrude Sunderland had a very readable article upon "A visit to the home of the Carlyles". A series of articles on "Slang," as arrang ed by W. C. Gore from words fnrnished him by college student?, is commeuced in this number. Wrinkle is 24 pages in sizfi and will be a great surprise to the college boys. The cover by Wagner depicts the football player in yellow and blue, while the middle page is the familiar scène afc the the Detroit gamo. The cuts are the best Wrinkle has yet contained aud the reading matter is up to the high standard the drawiugG made imperative.