ine lauies oí si. Anurew cnurcu nuve n contemplation a fatr and bazaar to be (iven early in December. The Hungarlan Gypsy Band which is to appear on the 7th of December at University hall, ia composed of 13 genuine Gypsies. Funny men - not too funny - but juat 'unny enough, and pretty women - not ;oo pretty - but just pretty enough are the features of one of the best shows on the road - the Mestayer "Tourists." The company has been remodeled and enarged, songs and dances and new comical business of the moit exhilerating kind have been introduced and every [recaution taken to malee it once more :he "go" ot the season. Probably the most satisfactory entertainment that ever appeared at the Ann Arbor opera house, that is to those who like sport, was The Tourists, and tlieir Palace Car. Not a soul who witnessed tlieir entertainment last season will fail to attend next Friday evening. But if there( is any difflculty about your Uughing apparatus don't go, for it will be strained to its utmost tensión. They give fun, pure, unadulterated fun, that any one having mirt h in his soul m.iy laugh at without any coinpunctions. They are the jolüest troupe traveling, by all odds. Go to Boughton & Payne's and secure your seats. The young people of the Methodist church will give a New Kngland Feast uext Wednesday eveuing, December 2d. A flne supper will be served between the hours of 6 and 9 o'clock, and the inner man will be made happy with turkey, chicken, roast beef, veal, pork, baked beans, pies, cake and all the other good things of the eaion. The young ladies and gentlemen will be dressed In costumw of old New Kngland times. Good musió, both vocal and instrumental, will be furnished, and a most enjoyable time may be expected. An adinisuion fee of 35 cents will be charged which pays for the supper. The Mestayer "Touristi in a Pullman Palace Car" have been for several consecutive seasonsone of the most successful and popular combinations on the road. Thls year the company has been immensely strsngthened by Manager Milton Aborn, and every effort has been made to keep up the reputation of the party. Sucli names as Charles Mestayer, Charles Sturge, Fred. Roberts, John II. W. Byrne, Helen Brooks, Ada St. Claire, Grace De Witt and May Jackson, give one an excellent idea of the nieritg of the troupe. New songs and business have also been introduced in tlie play which in, by long odds, the be9t of the long list oi ecceutri ccomedies of which it was the flrst. RINK NOTES. A costumerfrom Detroit will be out for the masquerudc Dec. 11. Saturday evening Miss Jessie Gregg was adjudged as the lady entitled to wear the medal for the ensuiug week. Friday evening Mr. Ward Doubleday won the gentlemen's two mile race in 9 minutes. There were 5 entries. Friday and Saturday eveningstlie little Jones sisters will give an exbibition of fancy skating. They just closed a week's engagement at the " Princess.'1 The Southern Michigan Polo League was formed n Detroit last Friday by representatives from Pontiac, Adrián, Ypsllanti, Mt. Cleniens, Detroit and Ann Arbor. Two garúes with each club will be played here tliis season and two each of the club rinks making a series of twenty games.