Preparations for the Junior hop, Friday, April 7, are now well in hand. The event this year will be conducted on a somewhat novel and perhaps more elabórate scale than heretofore. In fact, it will be a combination of three events - the informal opening of the Gym, the annual Glee and Banjo Club concert, and the regular "J" hop. The perfectness of the arrangements insures entire harmony between the events. The main floor of the Gym will be occupied only by those invited to the hop, probably 600 in number. These will be admitted at one entrance. At another door will be admitted those who come to hear the Glee Club concert, and simply see the ball. For them the gallery, into which the running track is being transformed, will be reserved. This will accommodate between 600 and 700. Thus íhere will be no confusión of dancers and spectators. Promptly at 8:30 o'clock the concert will begin, ending at 10:30. The clubs will occupy a position in the east of the Gym, upon a raised platform. The admission fee for the concert and the privilege of watching the dancers will be one dollar. This will be the only concert given in Ann Arbor this year. At 19:30 the dancing will begin. Two orchestras of twelve pieces each have been secured from Fort Wayne, near Detroit. The committees will be assisted by the following ladies: Mesdames James B. Angelí, G. B. Carpenter, George Doek, W. W. Douglas, J. C. Knowlton, and A. A. Stanley, of Ann Arbor; J. H. Conrad, and J. H. Walker, of Chicago; John Patton, jr., and T. A. McGraw, of Detroit; F. D. Suydam, of Toledo, and G. Bunday, of Albion.