ThÍ8 is wliat the Dunde Ledger says about our boys: "The Ann Arbor Baiui boys, of which Messrs. Harking and Granger are the moving spirits, gave an entertaiiiniciit and lutll at Munger' Huil on Tuesday evening, Dcc. Otli. They were greeted with a rood audionce at the entertainment and the ball was well putroni.ml considerlng the short notice given. We understand they pald expenses and a 'leetle' more. Be that as it may, our boys feit that they were well entertained, and alhough the 'art preservators' were well renembered over the 'left' with comps, they will remeraber that the Ann Arbor boys gave a good exhlbition, and that if they went away wilh full stomHchs and full )ockets, Thev earned it, and tliere is nobody lown this way who feels bad about it. loping they all teel well toward us and vill cali again some future time, we will remember that they were here, and that hey are a jolly set of 'gentlcnniM' in every respect, except as to conis luit tlml mitkes no ditt'erence, as the boys got their uioney's worth anyhow."