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Y. M. C. A. Notes

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Next Tuesday night the rnonthly business meeting of the association will he held. One hundred and twenty-flve men were out to hear the address on "Samson" last Sunday. On Monda.' fternoon of this week the annual meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary was held, and ofticers were elected for another year. Mr. W. II. Venn of Detroit, will lead the meeting.thia evening. He will also lead tomorrow evening and Sunday afternoon. Mr. Itay Warren will sing a bass solo at the Sunday meeting. AU men are welcome to these meetings. The second entertainment in their course was given last evening in the Presbyterian church. The Boston Temple Quartette, assisted by Miss Katherine Ridgeway, reader, furnished the entertainment. This standard coinpany has been organized si nee 1867. New faces have come and gone, but the high standing of the organization has always been maintained. They have been recognized as leaders in their line, and the entertainment last night was one of their best. The large audience present thoroughly enjoyed the entertainment and showed it heartily. The managers of the Lyceum course course are giving a fine list of attractions this year, at a very low figure.


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