The Lniversity Minstrels are now fully ovganized and will g'iye an entertainment at the opera house on tic evening of May 20th. The company is under the management of D. L. Qüirk, who promises all new "jokes" from his company of society artists. The company has six end men, twelve pieces in the orchestra, ten trained voices, four dancers, three acrobats, two teams of dancera and three comedy teams. The programme will include banjo selections f rom the University Banjo Club; trio of stringed instrumeuts by Dunlap, Smith and Moore; musical specialties by McOmber, Moore, Collins and Clark; vocal selections by 1 Creary, George, Joy and Smith; dancing and acrobatic "work" by Grochau. Hower and Farrand. Ainong tlie songs rendered will be the following: 'Eour Little Curly-Headed Coons," "Colored Four Hundred," "Kattle of the Latch-key," and "Baby McKee." The entertainment will be pure fun, with nothing personal or offensive.