The Students' Lecture Association, profiting by the experience of last year, have formulated a plan for reserving seats which they think will meet with popular favor. The announcement of the plan before the sale of seats has begun will obviate any misunderstanding, as means have been taken to bring the plan to the attention of all. There will be no chance for misunderstanding the method of reserving. The,.price of general admission to the course has been fixed at two dollars. For an additional fifty cents the general admission ticket tnay be exchanged for a reserved ticket, reserving the seat for the vhole course. Ëvery altérnate two rows of seats are to be reserved by the above method, while the next two altérnate rows of seats are to be ttnreserved, to be filled according to the Choral Union plan. This will be seen to be a compromise between the two methods suggested last year.