"The Yale Alumni Association of Cleveland last night presented the Yale Glee Club in a concert at Little Theater of Public Hall in celebration of "Yale Night." The club, under direction of Marshall Bartholomew, is making a Christmas trip which will take it as far west as St. Paul. . . .
"The alumni were present in full dress. The concert was a prelude to the Yale dance at the Hotel Cleveland. A large part of the audience did not arrive until about a half hour after the club had started the program, and the singing itself began an hour later than was announced on the printed schedule. By ten o'clock the hall was practically full, and there was some enthusiasm shown for such items as the inevitable caricature of the quartet from "Rigoletto."
"The one group in the program which offered some musical distinction consisted of Christmas songs arranged by Archibald T. Davison of the Harvard Glee Club." From the Cleveland Plain Dealer of Sunday, December 22, 1940.