Prol. Albert II. Pattengill arrived home f min Europe Ia3t Tuesday morning. A new bard wood ñoor lias been added to the otber iuiprovements In the chapel tliis vacatioo. D. G. Taylor, class of '83, leaves today for Waco, Texas, where he takes the principalship of schools. Krom the nature of the inquines the indications are that the universltv classes will be larger than ever before. Miss Bertha Brainard, for the past Miree years a teacher in the Flint lii.irli school, will enter the university this fail. The improvements and repairs at the homeopathie hospital have been much more extensive Ihan at first proposed. President Angelí sa i led on the 7th from Liverpool on the steamer Baltic, aud will probably reach Ann Arbor Monday next. TreasurerSoulc commenced movinf into bis new offlee Monday morning, which Is fresh and bright, and makes a liandsome improvenient. Coruelius Donovan, llt. 72, of Port Eads, La., ís visltlng his father, P.JDonovan, of the öth ward, and other relatives and friends in the city. Chas. F. Wade, returned to hls home at JonesvilleMinday morning, aftera week's vlsit witli bis parents. Sec'y Wade and wife. Mr. Wade is cashier of the bankjat Jonesrille. Secretary Wade deslres us to state that If those wIki have rooms to rent, or desire to take boardere will post notices of the same on the bulletin board in his offlee, tiii-y will uot only accommodate all concerned but aid themselves very much. Thls should be done now as iiiijuirles are coming thlck and l'.iMt.