Mm. Gay of Oscoda is spendlng a few days with friends in the city. Rev. E. A. Spence is traveling in New England for the Fisk Uuiversity. Mrs. Z. Burd has returned fromlndianapolis, whcre she passed the winter. Mis. Budlong of Chicago is visitingher sister, Mis. Wilson, of South lugalls stri-et. Miss Mary Clark re'urned from Detroit Wednesday, after u week's visit with Mrs. Foster. Tlieodore Taylor carne froin Chicago Saturday aud reiuained home sevcral days before returning. Mr. aud Mrs. Benjamin Day aud Mrs. Ferdon have returned home after quite a visit with relatives in New Jersey. Miss Paul goes to Sandusky next Mon day to take charge of a class in painting. She expects to return the flrst of May. D. G. Taylor, who will gradúate from the literary department next June ia teaching at Battle Creek. He is speuding his week of vacation in Ann Arbor. Dr.W. H. Dorrance, at the anuual meeting of the State dental association held in Detroit, Wednesday even ing, was elected Vice President aud also delegutc to the American Dental Association. T. B. Bronson, professor of Latin and modern languages, at Orchard Lake Military Academy, and W. H. Butts, professor of Mathematics at the saine place, are spending this week of yacatiou in town. They contémplate a Eui opean trip together next summer.