On the same day that the soccer championship was being formally awarded to the University team; that Amherst was going to defeat on the diamond; and that the track team was losing a dual meet to Cornell, the University Glee Club was singing its way to victory in the first Intercollegiate Singing Contest. If the University limbs proved inferior to those of Cornell, the University throat at least, established its supremacy, and in a valuable field. As the idea originated in the University and as the contest was arranged by members of the department of music, the responsibility for its perpetuation clearly rests with the University also. Such a contest, which should, and eventually will, embrace many more colleges, is bound to make for better singing, better glee clubs, and closer intercollegiate relations.
A TUNEFUL TRIUMPH.
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