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The "gym" Entertainment Next Week

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The joint entertainment by the Dramatic, Glee and Banjo Clubs and the Chequamegon orchestra which takes place at University Hall, on the evening of March 5, promises to be one of the most successful efforts yet undertaken in behalf of the new gymnasium project. About $10,000 must be raised before the conditions under which Joshua A. Watterman presents the large sum of $20,000 towards the new gymnasium, will be fulfilled and the only way to reach the requirements will be bya liberal patronage of the undertakings gotten up in the interest of the "Gym" project. The University Dramatic Club will bring forward, for the first time, a comedietta entitled "The Rosetinted Envelope," in which Miss Ida Z. Hibbard and Messrs. E. H. Smith and A. C. Lewerenz will take prominent parts. The organizations already mentioned will be assisted by Mr. Sam C. Park, well known as an amateur ventriloquist, in a laughable burlesque, entitled "Mind and Muscle reading;" by a mandolin quintette composed of Messrs. Thayer, VanDeventer, Van Inwagen, Starret, and Gardner; and by a guitar quintette, consisting of Professor Haug, of Detroit, and Messrs. Page, Ferris, Starret and Worden. Careful preparations are bein made for the event by the committee in charge and the combined música and dramatic features cannot fai but to be a drawing card for a larg number of amusement going resi dents of the city.