The exercises of the Ann Arbot High School Alumni Association will be held this year on Friday even Ing, June 20, In the Baptist chureh, commencing at 8 o'clock, i K. The society will this year havo the unusual pleasure of listening to a masterly address by Dr. Samuel A. Jones, of this city, who has klndly consented to deliver the animal address. After the address the members of the association and their Invited guests will adjourn to the parlors of the church where they will be bountifully served witli relreshmenU, after wliicb toasts will be sponded to by prominent citizens and graduates of the school, among whom will be representatives of each of the classes in the University. The large and very successful meeting last year gives assurance of a large attendauce tliis year, and the executive committee has already made unusual preparaUona, so that all niay come feehng confidcnt of an abundance of everything to make the occasion an enjoyable onc. Tlie muslo will also be an attractive feature as solos will be sung by Miss May Wliedou, Miss Jessie Strickland, and Messrs. C. B. Cady and L. D. Wines; besides quartettes in which Mrs. Dr. A. L Worden of Des Moines, lowa, and Mr. WiJl Wliedon of Boston' Mass., will tuke part. On account of the rapld iucrease of the numbers of the gmduates of the school and the consequent Inablllty of the secretary to keep track of so m;my addresses, specially printed invitations will liereafter be discontlnned, and a general invitation extended throagh the city papers to all ineinbers of the association, which ineludes all graduates of the school and foriner and present teachers The public generally are invited to attend the literary part of the program.