Don A. Stark, the only Anu Arbor boy who has been wounded in the Spanish-Aroerioan war so far, arrived lome Wednesday morning aud was the iero of the day among bis friends and fellow townsuien. The news of bis arrivals pread rapdly and he was soon fight ng tbe battleof Santiago and the sbare ie took in it over again tohis neghbors and acqnaintances. He has lost 32 jounds in weght sinoe be left home, bis jresent weigbt being 113 ponnds. His 'urlough is for 20days, but there is not mnoh likelihood tbafc he wilí go away again as a certifioate frota Dv. Nancrede will be snfficient to entitle him to an honorable discharge. He bronght baok with him the gun that he carried at the time he was wonnded and whioh donbtless saved his life. The shell whioh did the misohief strnok tbe rifle abont 18 inches f rom the muzzle and bent it nearly at right anges. Glanoing off from this the shell strnok his wrist and severed the band from his aria as if by a knife. The injnry to his hip was oaused by the gnn striking it. Pive minutes after he was injured the snrgeous were dressing his wounds.