Inland League Course. The Inland League bas now coinpleted its series for the present seasou. Owmg to the iarge number of lectores and concerts given in Ana Arbor, it has been decided to give but six eutertainments, each of them to be of the very highest class. ïhey will consisfc of the following : December 12 - Concert under the dircetion of Prof. Fraucis L. York, of Detroit. Jauuary 11 - Ladies'evening under the diveotion of Prof. Froderiok H. Pease,of Ypsilanti, a ssisted by Misses Louise George, Rena Buell, Beurice Knapp, Ada Benedict, Miss Marie Dickiuson, pianist, Miss Abbie Uwen, violinist, Miss Maire Gareison, soprano. January 31 - Music in public school work. In charge of Miss Lacy Cole, director of music Aun Arbor public schools, assisted by Airs. Emma E. Thomas, of the Detroit Conservatory, and director of music Detroit public schools. February 11- Lecture. Mr. S. P. Orth. Mr. Orth was botanist for the Cook expediiron to Greeulaud in 1894 and his lecture illustratècl by stereoptican views will a description of that expedition andwhat it accomplislied.' March 13- The Heberlein Concert Compauy. Herman Hoberlien, 'cellist; Miss Anna Gillies, soprano; Mis Ruth Heyman, pianist. It is no exaggeration to state that there was never a coucert given in Ann Arbor which pleased the audience more than that given in the Inland League course by this cimpany last year. March 25 - Lecture. Rev. H. L. Willitt. Subject, "The New Continents. " Single adinission tickets to the Heberieiu Concert Compuny, thirty-five cents; to all others, twen'y-flve ceuts. Season tickets admitting to the entire course have been placed at flfty ceuts, onehalijof the prico of previous year. No one eau afford to miss buying a seasun ticket to this excellent course when the price has been placed at such a low snm. Tickets for sale at Wahr's bookstores, Palmer's drug store, Ann Arobr Organ Co. , and at the door on evening of concert.