The Colonial boom at the Art Loan Exhibition will be in charge of Mrs. Gelston, chairman, Mrs. Bach, Mrs. Prescott,'Mrs. Herdman, Mrs. Taber and Misses Watts, Sprague and Mighell. There will be in this room antique furniture from ioo to 200 years old, rare old China, a table bclonging to first governor of Michigan, and two canebottomed chairs, the first ever brought to Ann Arbor. The refreshments served during the Art Loan will be provided by a different committee each evening. There will be a rose tea, a white tea, a Russian tea, Germán tea, Quaker tea, and pink tea, etc. Each of these will be made attractive by young ladies in costumes to correspond to the name. The Catholic ladies will also serve a tea one evening. Mrs. H. S. Dean is chairman of the refreshment room. By Order of Press Com.