A very small audience greeted the Williams Glee, Banjo and Mandolín clubs at University hall Tuesday night. All who attended were highly entertained for almost two hours,and the visitors responded freely, doubling the program. The clubs, which consisted of thirty members, presented a fine appearance and compare favorably with any club that has ever visited us. The program arranged for the evening was an exceptionally fine and varied one, furnishing a good opportunity for displaying the ability of the various members of the musical organization. The work of all the clubs was good, especially that of the Banjo and Mandolín clubs. Mr. Bartlett, although possessing a well trained voice, lacked volume in his solos. "If," by the Glee club, was the hit of the evening, and the medley f rom "Wang1' was exceptionally vicU rendered. "Spring's Awakening" and the "Germán Patrol," by the Mandolín club, pleased the audience. The Banjo club rendered "Mardi Gras Patrol" in a very able manner. The freedom with which the clubs responded to the frequent encores was a pleasing feature.