The Freshman Glee Club is hard at work preparing for an early appearance. So many have applied for places that it has been hard to determine the club, but the permanent club, as now selected, is as follows: First tenors, Burdick, Jenkins, Forrester, Newman; second tenors, Dykema, Bement, Cummer, Hovey; first bases, Washburn, Anderson, Coats, Finch; second bases, VanTuyl, Gibbons, Lorie, Harley. The officers of the club are Messrs. Dykema, Pres.; Cummer, sec.-treas. Rehearsals are being held tri-weekly under the direction of Mr. R. I-'. Thompson, of the University Glee Club. Mr, Thompson and all others who have heard the club sing, speak very highly of it. The voices are of an exceptionally good quality, and have the rare virtue of blending perfectly. The manager of the club, Mr. W. H. Kerr, is considering several offers of engagements in the neighboring towns. All things seem to point towards a decided success of the freshman venture.