At the Good Governruent Club lecture last iiight President Mulhollaud mnounced that a letter had been received from Wm. J. Bryau whereby ie has cleflnitely protnised to come to Aun Arbor on Feb 18, and speak to the stndents ou "Imperialism.'1 Pernission has also been obtained from President Angelí to allow Mr. Bryan o speak in University hall. As a reralt, the Good Government Club are ïighly elated as they were for a long while in doubt whether Mr. Bryan could come or not. Ever since he reigned his comniission in the army, solicitations have been numerous and urgent and the club deserves much credit for its success. As the lecture is not to be simply jefore the club, but in University hall where admission will be cbarged somewhat new arrangements have had to be made. Under such circumstances MrBryan always receives one half of the sale of tickets, ko single admissiou tickets for the lecture wlllbe sold at 50 cents. Course tickets, however, for the remaining four lectures may be had for the same price. It is expected that parties will be made up all over this section of the state to hear Mr. Bryan as he has no other èngagements in Michigan.. University hall will therefore probably.be taxed to its limit on Feb. 20.