The program for the Scottish entertainment to be given next Friday evening, Feb. 2G, at Uuiversity hall for the beuefit of the wonran's gym, is almost entirely atranged and the Argus is able to present it to its readers this week. The object the concert is for, the novelty of the entertainment, the fact that it is the anoiversary of the biith of one of the world's greatest poets - Robert Buras, and the low prioe of admissiou, sbould ïnako this one of the best attended entertainments that bas been given in Ann Arbor this season. B8low is giveu the program : Bagpipe selection - Alexander Gray. Introductory - Robert Campbell. Song - "Scots VVha Hae, " Harold Jarvis. Higblaud Fling - Miss Aggie Rankin. Paper- Prof. R. M. Wenley. Song - "The Bomde Briar Bnsh," Mrs. W. F. Haystead Scotoh Reel - The Misses Nettie McConnell, Euphemia Clark, Maggie McEwen, Master Robbie Clark. Dnett - "Huntingtower, " by request. Fantasia of Scottish Airs - Prof. A. A. Stanley, on Colombia organ. Sword Dance - Miss Aggie Rankin. Song - "Here's Health Bonnie Scotland to Thee, "Harold Jarvis. Reel of Tulloch - The Misses Nettie McConnell, Enphemia Clark, Maggie McEwen, Master Robbie Clark. Duett- "The Crookit Bawbie," Mrs. VV. F. Haystead, R. S. Rankin. Irish Reel - Miss Aggie Rankin. Song - "Standard on the Braes o' Mar," Harold Jarvis. Finale - "Anld Lang Syne," iu which the audience will join.