The Class-Day Concert, last Tuesday, of the Pierian Sodality and Glee Club was a remarkably successful one. The Pierians, it seemed to us, played quite as well as at the previous concert this year, and the Glee Club never sang better. The successes of the evening were Keler Bela's "On the Rhine" waltzes, the encore to which was the now well-known "Inman Line" march and Titt'l's "Serenade," in which the flute and cornet parts were rendered with an accuracy and delicacy too seldom found in amateurs.
The "Ave Maria" and "Fair Rohtraut" of the Glee Club were rewarded by encores, in compliance with which they gave the "May Night" after the former, and repeated part of the latter. The solos for piano and' cello were exceedingly well rendered, and Handel's sonata for piano and flute was given so admirably as to afford new cause for' regret that Mr. Richardson leaves the Pierians this year. The "college songs" at the end dragged a little, and were, as usual, neither very good nor very bad. We understand that there is some probability that they will be given up next year, as being both unnecessary and unsatisfactory.