The Benefit concert of St. Andrew's vested choir, assisted by Miss Clara Jacobs, Mr. Louis Elbel, the U. of M. ilee club aud the Ann Arbor orchestra ast evening was a most creditable en;ertainment. Harria hall was well filled and the musia was highly appreoiatec". Prof. B. H. Kempf, the director, deerves great praise for carefnl and painstaking work and he has proven his igbt to take a front rank as a musical director. Tbe Ann Arbor Orchestra ilayed admirably. Mr. Walter L. Tayor sang in good voice. The U. of M. Glee olub sang three nurubers, which vigorous eucores stretched into seven nninbers. Miss Clara Jacobs pleased he audience with her singing. The choir did ampie jnstice to its choirmaser. Mr. Louis Elbel proved an expert pianist and Mr. J. Pease added to his ajidi. Freddie Daley's singing again ovideuced that Aun Arbor bas one of be best boy singers in the country. ?he duet sang' by Freddie Daley and Cbarles Stiruson took the audience by torm. The proceeds will be used to give the cboir an outing.