W. E. Rodgers, cf Alpena, and a party of other gentlemen froraAnn Arbor viz: Lester Canfield, J. A. Gwinner, A. J. Lohr and Robt. Rtyer, came .down from Alpena Friday for a fisning trip to the strearus in the vicicity of the Lavier settlerneut. Ie was the Srst tirne either of the gentlemen from the nniversity towu had ever tried bis skill on the speckled beauties and this being the case, we eau safely believe thatrjiey are free from the pernicioos habit nsnally accredited to professional fisherneo, of careless handling of the trnth. Tbey report a catch of 240 (whew ! rwallow hard) trout, The party stayed with Dan Lavier und spoke highiy of his entertaiumeut. There were no accidents on the trip except that Mr. Oanfield, whose avoirdnpois runs up in the neighborhood of 22ö, became excited at the sight of a 3ponnd treut in a deep hole and plnnged in after it. He was resened all nght, bui bis friends in Ann Arbor are advieeè not to mentiou the matter to hirn ■when he arrivés home - Alpena Review.