The arrangements committee of the Inland League has decided that Ann Arbor has more entertainments than can be proflfably patrón ized and bas therefore wisely decided to reducá the number of entertainments to be given this year, and also reduce the price of season tickets. The following is the course so far as it has been arranged. If one or more other entertainments should be added to the course this season, season tickets vvill admit to them without extra cost. THE COUKSE. Dec. 5 - Concert under direction of Prof. Francis York. Prof. York will oe assisted by Alfred Hoffman, Cellist, Miss Jessie Corlette, Soprano. Jan. 11 - Lecture. Speaker to be announced. It is expected that Prof. H. L. Willet, of Chicago Univ., will give this lecture. Jan. 31- Music in Public School Work. In charge of Miss Lucy K. Colé, Director of Music, Ann Arbor Public Schools, assisted by Mrs. Emma E. Thomas, -of the Detroit Conservatory, and Director of Music in the Detroit Public Schools. Peb.- Lecture. Mr. S. P. Orth. Mr. Orth was bontanist for the Cook Expedition to Greenland in 1894, and his lecture illustrated by Stereopticon Views will be a description of that expedition and what it accömplished. March 13- The Haberlein Concort Co. Herman Haberlein, Cellist; Miss Anna Gillies, Soprano ; Miss Ruth Heymen, Pianist. March 27.- Ladies' Evening. Program to be announced. Everybody who heard the Haberlein Concert Co. in the Inland League course last year will hear them again this year. It was one of the most delightful musical enter-tainments given in Ann Arbor last season. Single admission to this concert will be 35 cents while tickets to the entire course are only 50 cents. The evening to be given by Mr. York, also' that by Miss Cole assisted by Mrs. Thomas, of Detroit, will be especially attractive. The lecture by Mr. Orth also should draw out a full house.