G. E. Dibble. of Liberty-st., has gone east. Charles Keyer is camping on Cavanaugh Lake. C. L. Bartlett has embarked in tbc real estáte business. Prof. Leutwein will teach Germán in Cincinnati next year. Miss Lucy Cole is in Chicago attending a musical convention. Dean Ilarry B. Hutchins is spending the summer near Boston. Miss Ruth Gould, of Evanston, is in the city for a short visit. S. W. Barkham, of Atlas. Mich., has been visiting friends on State-st. John T. ForchDer has opened a barber ehop in the Arlington House. Rev. A. Dooling, of üearborn, will assist Father Kelley after July 28. W. G. Dieterle will go on the road soon Tor the Michigan Furniture Co. Phil Hall will work in the Ann Arbor Savings Bank again this summer. Mrs. Kate McCormic, of Ann-st., left Saturday for New York, to be gone all summer. Mrs. A. B. Lathrop, of Ann-st., leaves for a visit of some weeks in Kansas. Miss Alia Beal is visiting in Detroit and will go to Cleveland before returning home. Harry J. Richards went to Tecumseh, Monday, by bieycle. He has not yet returned. C. T. Tryon, of the U. of M. track team, is now in charge of the Baptist church at Chelsea. Prof. B. A.. Hinsdale attended the National Teachei-'s Association at Milwaukee last week. Mrs. Rathbone and daughter, who have been visiting in the South, have turned to Ann Arbor. I.. Ksslinger takes the place of F. S. Squires forten days as night operator at tho Michigan Central. Miss Susa Wheedon has left for Norwood, Mass. Sho will study art in Boston during the winter. Mr. Ira Badow, principal of schools at Plymouth, is visiting at Mrs. Ireland's on Washtenaw-ave. W. H. Lehman and G. G. Crozier, are spending the summer at the AlcGregor misslon, in Detroit. Principal A. J. Volland of the Central High School, Grand Rapids, Mich., is in the city for a few days. The Rev. Wm. Gardem and wife leave Wednesday for Southampton, L. I., for a few weeks.- Ypsilantian. Mrs. John Burg is visiting in Detroit this week. She will take a trip up the St. Clair River before returning. Gaorge S. Cook, of Chicago, with fafis wife nnd little boy are visiting his father, Mr. Jas. D. Cook, of the St James Hotel. Walter T. Seabo]c, of the Ann Arbor Savings Bank, leaves town this week for Niágara Palls where ha will spend his vacation. Among tho well known men attending the summer law school is Judge Dooley, formerly Probate Judgo of Houghton county. Miss Mary Gelston, who is teaching at Alma Colloge in home upon a visit to her parents, Rev. and Mrs. M. B. Gehton, of E. Washington-st. Prof. and Mrs. W. S. Perry and family left Saturday for the summer at Los Cheneaux Islands near Macinac. Prof. Roberts, who marrieJ a sister of Miss Nellie Loving, will occupy Prof. Perry's house while the Perry family are away. Mrs. Ernest Perry and little son, who fjave been the guests of Prof. and Mrs. W. Perry for spine weeks, left last Friday for Jackson to visit her mother. Mrs. Harvey, of 50 E. Washington-st., and her sister, Miss Sarah Gelston, returned f rom Grand Rapids last week where they were visiting au aunt who is 90 years of age. Mrs. John Culvor, who formerly lived in Ann Arbor, and who resides at Masün, Mich,, u in the city, the guest. of Mrs. Hollistor, corner Washington and Division-sts. John Duff, law '88, now a prosperous atty. at Oak Harbor, O., arrived in the city wilh his wife and family ihe last of the eek to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Motley of E. Jefferson-st. Mr. Duff returned Monday. Mrs, Duff and children wül remaní ti couple of weeks.