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¦I. J. üoodyear and wife wcre in Detroit Wed i) esduy. I. M. Alien editor of the r)cxter Leader, was in town Tucsday. Mrs. Prof. Harriojfton is absent f rom the city on a visit to her motlier in Sycainore, Illinois. Mrs. J. B. Kemp. of Detroit, 8 visitinj: her sister, Mrs. William A. Clark, on South Main street. Representative William A. Frencli, of Dundee, was In the city yesterday, so also was Representative Ueo. S. Hopkins, of Detroit. Robert Ingersoll of Washington, D. C. was at tiie Cook house the other day, but it is not the oue who is golng to have the epitaph: "líobert Buins." Miss. Ella Curtís who is attending the Normal School at Ypsilanti was In town over Suiulay and Monday visiting at Prof. Steere's and witl) other friend?. Professors K. L. Wal ter and C. II. J. Douglas, who went to Ciucinnati last week we re detained the great flooda in Ohio and were unable to meet their classes on Mond:iy. State Senators E. L. Koon, of Hillsdale, and II. F. Pennington, of Charlotte, togetlier with Representative James VanKleck, of Midland, were looking over the University, Thursday. Dr. Stone, formerly in business with Dr. Pursons, some time ago went South to recover his health. He succeeded in Bndiog it and is now having a good practice in Riehmond Virginia.