The Unity Clab announces the first leotnre in its oonrse for the onrrent year, for Nov. 7. by Prof. R. M. Wenley, on "Robert Bnrns. " Prof. WenJey's ability as a leotorer always insnres him large andienoes. "Savonarola," by Rev. R. A. White, of Chicago, will probably be the seoond nnniber. As a lectnrer Mr. White bas received very favorable comment in the Chicago nawspapers. Prof. J. M. B. Öill, Ex-Ü. S. Minister to Korea, will speak on "Korea and ita People. " Prof. Hatry B. Hntchins, dean of tbe Jw school, will speak on a subjeot to be annonnced later. Mr. Jobo R. Effinger.intractor in Freucb in the nniverpity, will speak on "Montaigne." Rev. Florence Kollock Crooker will close the oourse with a lecture on "The Minietry of the Beautifol to the Maseeh " This leotnre will nndonbtedly be a gieat treat to the Ann Arbor pablio, as Mrs. CrookT's broad cnltnre makea her especially competent to gpeak on this subject.