The cxtru concert t bc ven tiie patrons ot the Oboral Uuiou Series will be a vcry enjoyable event. Mr. WhUney MockrUlge, one of the most deliulilfu tenor siugers now before the public, wil be heard in an aria f'rom "Ësmerelda' nnd will also Kve a Kr011!1 of live songs Mrs. Chas. Wright, contralto, of Detroit will also contrlbute a ;;roiip of' sonfrs and will sing a duet with Mr. Moekridge It s supci M'ioiiii to add anything in re gard to the Philharmonic Club or to more tlia.ii niention the fact that Messrs. Yunck and Seyler will give solos. Monday, June 9, at University Hall. Mr Bopklos, L'. ot' M. library, has wveral tickets whicb were taken up by mistake. They can be secured from him by ealling before 12 m. at library. "A Celebrated Case " !s a military drama, scène located in France, depictinof scènes in the battle of Fonteory, between the English and the French. The aetors will be composed of unlversity stuilcnU and home talent. The play has been in rehearsal for about three months, anil an excellent degree of perfection has been reached. There will be a grand matinee on Frlday afternoon, June Otli, and a performance In the evening, at the grand opera house. On the 14th of June it is the iiitention to produce the play in Dexter. The proceeds will be devoted to St. Thomas church. J. E. Harkins will singan Iiish college soiifj, " Killaloe," the miisicof which was brou;ht from Ireland, by J. E. Beal, in hls tour last. sumrr.er, eíptcialiy for Mr. llarkins. The play is one th it will cali out a big house.