Students and citizens of Arm Arjor shculd give the glee club from Cornell a reception worthy of the ïonored name of the U. of M. There is no doubt that the entertainment is worth doublé the price and who can appreciate it better :hanthe students and residents of this city, who are in sympathywith all college enterprises. Of this entertainment the Albany Argus says: "A very enthusiastic audience gathered in Jermain Hall ast evening to hear the concert of the Cornell Glee and Banjo Clubs. [t was a charming little concert, everything was encored and everyDody was jolly. The boys played extremely well upon their banjos, mandolins and guitars. They have ïne fresh voices and sing with rare spirit and fire. F. A. Bissell, E. A. Bailey and Fred A. Parkhurst were the vocal soloists of the evening."