The regular fall concert of the Glee Club and Pierian Sodality took place last evening in Sanders'. The popularity of these concerts is evinced by the crowded attendance, and last evening Sanders' seating capacity was taxed to its utmost limit. The quality of the concert was as good, if not better, than those of past years. The programme was long yet varied, while the selections rendered were chosen with great skill. The singing of the Glee Club and playing of the Banjo Club was such as to warrant the expectation of a successful western trip. Both Clubs showed the result of their almost continual practice during the fall in preparation for their projected trip of next week. In short, we congratulate the management on the presentation of a concert fully up to the high standard set in former years.
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