Araherst Glee Club to-niglit at Univcrsity Hall. Rose Eytinge, one of Amcrica's favorcd daughtcrs, who has risc to the liiyhest pinnacle of dramatic famc, will render the bc nutiful Union Square succes?, "Felicia, or Ono Woman's I,ove," in the Opera House, at Ann Arbor, April 14. Tis a beautiful play beautifully written. The San Francisco Clironicle says: ''Ilose Kytinge's Union Square Company is oue of the most evenly balanced we have ever seen, each one being a etar Id his respective part." Do not fail to hear llie AinbcrM students- the best college glee club on the road, Wednesday evening, April 8. HINK ITEMS. C. II. Kline, law '86, and F. O. Ward, of Ypsilanti, will skate a three niile race at the Palace Rlnk on Friday evening, April 10. These gentlemen skated at Ypsilanti last evening and Kline won by a close scratch. The celebrated Heine Brothers will give one of their attractive exhibitions at the Palace Rink on Saturday evening, April 11. Tliey are aorobatic and contortion skaters. The second grand fancy diess carnival takes place at the Paluce Uink on Friday evening, April 1". Everything has been done to make this asuccess.and none will be ndmitted en masque except those who received cards of invitation for April 3d. A costumer will be at the Franklin House on that day with costutnes, under contract to the rink not to chiirge high prices. Invitations inay be had on application to the manager.