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The freshman banquet, given at Nichei's hal!, Friday night by the fraternity faction, wa8 an elabórate affair. The hall was tastily decorated. Fifty couples were present. H. F. Worden acted as toastmaster, in agraeeful manner. The followinp responses were given: "The Facn' ,' Ross Whitman, "But thou, through goud and evil, praise and blame;" "Our '-lasF;" T. P. Bradfield, "And ever clinib.iui higher;" "The boys," Miss B. A. Lewi.s "Nol grave through pride, nor gay through folly;" "The girls," H. G. Effinger, "Here is a spirit deep and crystal; clear, calmly beneath her earnest face it lies." Dancing followed the banquet proper. The entire affair was a brilliant one. KEYKS-MATTHEWS. A qiiiet wedding took place Tuesday afternoon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. II. Matthews. The contracting parties were Miss EUaMattheWB, ofthis city, and S. B. Keyes, of Lansing. Rev. Henry Tatlock performed the ceremony according to the Episcopal rite. Only the imniediate relatives were present. In the eveningthe newly weilded couple took the train for the west. They will make their future home in Lansing, where Mr. Keyes holds i ;ood position. Miss Matthews has lived in this city :ill her life and has won a host of friends. HERE AND THERE. H. Randall was in Detroit Friday. J, H. Wade returned, Thursday, from Alabama. Miss Anna Hicks is recovering from her illness. Mrs. W. W. Watts is spending a few days in Milan. Bert Fall bas gone to Albion to visit for a few days. Rev. B. A. Brown; is spending the week in Albion. Mrs. E. A. Spence is spending a (ew days in Saginaw. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Millen drove to Concord Tuesday. W. G. Fowler, of Detroit, spent Sunday with A. D. Seyler. Miss Sadie Brown, of Detroit, is the guest of Mrs. H. Soule. Miss Eraily Pitkin returned from Petrolia, Can., Tuesday. Mrs. W. L. Taylor and daughter have returned from Hillsdale. Mrs. R. H. Rust and daughter have returned from Cincinnati. Mrs. Ed. Wallington, of Detroit, is visiting Mrs. F. W. Blake. H. B. Lyman, of Holyoke, Mass., is visiting B. F. Schumacher. Miss Anna Robinson, of Detroit, is Tisiting Miss Elizabeth Dean. John Palmer, of Buffalo, bas been visiting hi3 father, G. W. Palmer. Dr. C. Howell, of Alptna, is visiting nis daughter, Mrs. A. C. Nichols. Albert Hir.h, of Toledo, has been visiting bis uncle, Philip Krause. Charles Canwell, of New Orleans, is visiting bis father, Wrn. Canwell. Prof. and Mrs. T. C. Trueblood gave a lawn tennis party Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Perry, of Bay City, spent Sunday with Prof. Perry and famiiy. Miss Cora Langsdorf, of St. Louis, speiit Monday with her brother, Sam Langsdorf. Mrs. F. C. Newcomb gave a tea party Friday afternoon, to about twenty-five ladies. Gottlob Benz and family, of Webster, spent Sunday with John Koch, of Fifth-ave. J.D. Ryan, of the Wadhams, Kennedy Sí Reule company, spent Sunday in Brighton. J. C. Shaw, a fornier resident of Ann Arbor, now living in Ithaca, was in the city Tueaday. Emanuel Burkbardt,of Grand Rapids, has been the guest of his sister, Miss Mary Burkbardt. Kugene K. Frueaufl', of the Times, and wife spent Saturday and Sundav in Saginaw and Bay City. J. T. Sullivan and wife, of Chicago, are visiting Mr. Sullivan's father, J. T. Sullivan, of north State-st. Philip Bach has received from his daughter, Mrs. J. D. Warner, of the City of Mexico, a handsome onyx paper weight. Mr. and Mrs John Howard, of Ypsilanti, are spending the week with Mrs. Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P O'Brien. Mrs. George C. Hoppen, of Detroit, is visiting her daughter Katie, at the resiJence of Mrs. Will Douglass, on Washington-st. Miss Ruth Mitchell, of Corunna, sister-in-law of Regent P. N. Cook, has been visiting Miss Fanny Cook, of the l'niversity. i. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Whedon, of Norwood, Mass., arrived Saturday for a visit with Mr. Whedon's parents, Mr and Mr?. W. W. Whedon. Prof. W. H. Hawkes, of Howell, was n the city, Tuesday, for the purpose of engaging the tilee club for the junior exhibition in hishigh school. F. A. Maynard, wife and family, of Grand Rapids, will spend next Sunday with Mr. Maynard's párente. They exlect to sail for Europe immediately. Dr. A. C. Kellogg, E. S. Manly and W. F. Lodholz left, Tuesday morning, for Rush Lake, where they are carrying on a campaign againet the Piaces tribe. Jacob Katz, engineer at the furnitnre 'actory, and Miss Rika Gruner were married, Tuesday evening, at the bride's residence, on west Fourth-st. The ABC Whist Compny (limited) met Monday (-vening at the residence ,f Slr. and Mrs. O. M. Martin, end :lo=ed up business for the season. Over thirty ladies anti gentlemen were present, and seven tables were in use. Mrs. M. Duke took the head prize, and A. K. Hol mep, of the TJnyrersity, ;cok the booby. A barn party was given Friday night by Robert Speechly, who lives near Geddesburg. The floor was nicely cunv.issed and good music was furnishod. Dancing continued till 3 oViock a. m. Froni forty to fifty couples were present, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and all the neighboring country' being represented. A very enjoyablo time was liad. The Tennyson program which was po admirably rendered at the Unity Club last Mondav evening is ío be repeated to-morrovv evening. The program consisted of a paper on Tennyson, by Miss Grace Taylpr ; special songs and tableux ; dramatization oi scènes from the "Idylsof tlieKing"; and "Lancelot and Elaine," in six scènes. Then followed that beautiful picture ':üuinevere," ín one scène. The üiitertaiument was managed by Miss Carlotta Bullis and Miss Gertrude SunderUnd.


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