On Saturday nigbt, .Tanuary 18, the JRev. Wolcott Calkins, D. D., of Newton, Mass., will begin uniou evangelistio services in tbe Congregational church. All the young people's sooieties of Ann Arbor have united with the Stndents Cbristian Assooiation in these services. Throughout this weet they have been holding nnion prayer meetings ín Newberry Hall and in the Congregatioual ohurch. On Sanday morniug there will oocnr the regular ruoruing services in the vari ons churches - Dr. Calkins oocupyiug the Congregational pulpit. On Sunday night there will be uuion service in University hall. An Evangelist singer, Rev. Mr. Pugh, from Moody's institute, Chicago, will ! assiat throughoat all the meetings, and will direct all the musio. Greafc interest centers about thesa meetings as Dr. Calkins is uo sensational revivalist but comes as a great preacher and a soholar. He is a gradúate of Yale ooilege and has for some time engage a3 pastor of the Elliot Congregational church in Newton, one of the largest chnrhes in the east. He goes from Ann Arbor to Uornell CJniversity where he will continue his evangelistic work.