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EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON:- I wish to call attention to the orchestral concert Thursday evening in Sanders Theatre. The concerts are supposed to be given for the benefit of the college, but the number of students that go is very small. The present concert is likely to be a most interesting one, and the soloist created a great sensation here last year, which will probably be repeated.

At the former concerts the audience has been in the habit of greeting the leader with deathly silence instead of the cordial applause that ought to be, and in other cities is, accorded to him. This coldness amounts to no less than an insult, and should not be allowed to continue, for, if we can find no higher motive than a selfish one, we must remember that no orchestra can play with spirit and enthusiasm unless it feels the audience in sympathy with it. As Mr. Gericke, then, takes his place Thursday evening, let him receive a few rounds of applause.

K. M.

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