D. J. Haft', '84, is in Detroit tliis week. Dr. Angelí was expected lioine last evening. Geo. W. Knight, '78, retumed to the city Monday.Alfred Schanz, '84, stoppcd over Monday in the city. W. C. Bell, fonnerly of '82, was in town Monday. He is on the road. D. E. Osborne, medical class '84, left for the east Wcdnesday_evening. G. W. Rood, '81, now of Grand Eapids, was In town last week Thursday. Prof. Morris conducted the services at St. Andrews' church last Sunday. F. L. York, II. A. '83, and wife are "at home," 20 South Ingalls Street, this city. Mittie M. Curtis, '82, leaves this niornng for Monticello, 111., where she will teach in a young ladies' seminary. O. F. Hunt, '81, is now in the law office of Brennan & Donnelly of Detroit. This change was made a few days since. Dr. W. J. Herdman and family returned last Thursday f rom their trip to the sea shore. the doctoi's Ohio home, etc. Prof. I. N. Demmon and wife returned from their northern trip last Tuesday. Considerable of their time while away was spent at Marquette. Guy M. Bigelow, '81, and A. M. Stalker, '84, wcre in the city the fore part of the week. They will both accept appointments this fall from the Michigan conference. Misses M. R. Guppy and Myrtie C. Hudson, of '8G, returned last week from a summer'stay at Chatauqua, N. Y. Both are doubtless very much interested in C. L. S. C. work. C. J. Scrogjis, "84. dislocated his arm yesterday as the result of a "header." Our ftiend Hawley, of the Register, suggests that advertisers will have a rest for a few days now. Dr. Cooper who has been invited by the Regents to fill the vacant chair of Dr. Cocker, arrived in the city last Wednesday to look over the sltuation carefully before he decides to accept. A Mr. Howison will have Dr. Cockcr's philosophical courses the coming semester we are informed. He will also conduct the work in logic. The permanent successorship hasnot as yet been determiued upon.