In one of your late issues appeared an editorial charging the members of the Pierian Sodality with gross neglect. The members, I think, will all plead guilty to the charge, but they are undoubtedly justified in their stand to great extent, either by a lack of energy on the part of the management or by a lack of invitations to give concerts in the suburbs of Boston. Last year the Pierian Sodality gave at least ten concerts, outside of Cambridge, and as there always was plenty of jollity after the concert, the men took a great deal of interest in their work and hence in the welfare of the Society. This year so far no concert has been given by the Pierian Sodality excepting the fall concert in the Sanders Theatre. The men at present do not care to spend one or two evenings a week in practicing for the spring concert as they say it is "all work and no fun."