The Inland League makes announcement of a course oí twenty or more evenings, devoted to concerts, lectures, and socials, and other entertainments, the price of tickets being $i for the whole course. Among those who will appear in the course are: Henry E. Krehbiel, musical critic of the New Vork World. Elas S. Yortcheff, " the James G. Blaine of Bulgaria." Herbert A. Sprague, the impersonator. John Dewitt Miller, orator, philosopher, scholar and wit. Frederick C, Lee, lecturer and humorist. Prof. H. L. Willen, Ph. D., of Chicago University. G. W. Muckley, of Kansas City, Mo., editor of " Business in Christianity." J. H. Garrison, St. Louis, Mo., editor-inchief of the " Christian Evangelist." J. E. Beal, editor of the Ann Arbor Courier, " Customs and Habits of the Russians." Hor. A. J,. Sawyer, of Ann Arbor, lecture, subject: " Mistakes in Everyday Life." Rev. Camden M. Cobern, lecture, subject: " Some Skeptical Objections which have been Buried by the Excavator's Spade in Egypt, since I left College." Prof. B. M. Thompson, lecture, subject, "The English Exchequer During the Dark Ages." Prof. Martin L. D'Ooge, LL. D., lecture, subject, "A Summer Trip in Scandinavia." Prof. B. A. Hinsdale, lecture, subject: "Among the Mormons." A "Ladies' Evening," participated in by Mrs. Jas. B. Agell, " China;" Mrs. J. N. Martin, " Extracts from a Western Trip;" Mrs. Elsie Jones Cooley, subject to be announced. Musical evening, the Mozart Male Quartette. Vocal recital by Prof. Silas R. Mills, of Detroit. Musical lecture, by Miss Lucy K. Cole, teacher of music in the public schools. Attractive music will be given in connection with each evening's program. There will be five unique original socials for which attractive programs have been arranged, of which announcement will be made from time to tirne.