Union Hall Concert.

The concert given in Union Hall last night for the benefit of the Prospect Progressive Union was a brilliant success in every way. The hall was filled to its utmost capacity and the music was even above the usual standard. The program was the same as the one given on the Western trip, but to this several songs were added, as "How Can I Leave Thee," "O' Grady's Goat," and "The Party at Odd Fellows' Hall." The solos were especially well received, particularly "The Hoodoo," by L. F. Berry '92.

Between the two parts of the program, Mr. Ealy, president of the Union, made a short speech stating the objects of the Union and thanking the clubs for giving the concert.