Un hriüay, Maren 4111, miss u;a l'.enfey, an impersonator of some reputation, supported by the I . oí M. Glee Club, tvill give an entertainment in the Detroit Rink for the benefit of the Woman's Gym. In order that the people of Detroit may be convinced that the University students are interested in and really want the women's annex to the gym, it is earnestly desired that at least 300 or 400 students go to Detroit to attend this entertainment, on the excursión rates that vvill be oftercd. 51.50 win cover au expenses of the trip, inelttding seats reserved in the best portion of the rink. The size of the ü. of M. delegation is likelyto affect strongly the financia! prospeets of the gym. If a large and enthusiastic crowd should attend, testifying to our active interest in the matter, a corresponding interest can be much more easily awakened in the public, and financial assistance will be more eadily forthcoming. The attendance of University women is especially. desired, in view of their peculiar interests in the matter, and every arrangement will be made to render the trip a pleasant one for them. Several of the faculty ladies, whose narnes will be published later, will chaperon the girls. The train leaves Ann Arbor at 4:42 on Friday afternoon, reaching Detroit at 6:15, and returns at 10:22 p. m., the trip thus consuming only Friday evening. Round trip tickets, including admission to the rink, at $1.50, will be on sale during chapel time in the ladies' reading room every morning next week. if at least 100 tickets are not sold there to the women of the University, there will be some reason for outsiders and even college people to affirm, "The girls don't want the gym. What are they doing for it?"