We hope many of our readers will be able to attend the opening of the Art Loan in Newberry hall to-morrow evening. It will exceed anything of the kind hitherto attempted here. Not only has Detroit and Ann Arbor been secured for rare, curious, costly and exquislte exhibits, but many surrounding places have contributed their quota towards making the Art Loan a great success. An excursión from Detroit will be present the first evening, as will be eminent musicians who could not be heard elsewhere for the price of admission to the Art Loan. The Colonial room at the Art Loan will communicate with the Germán room on one hand and the art gallery upon the other. This beautiful room will contain furniture nearly two hundred years old which will be arranged to represent two" interiors of " Ye good old colony times." Here may be seen a writing desk that is a marvel of beauty, and an antique bit of china that came over in the Mayflower. This room will contain a good representation of American antiquties, among them a sample of old-time portrait painting. To the student of American history, no room in the loan will prove more attractive than this one.