The ciistom of haying some delightful musical entertainment during commencement season has so long been followed in Ann Arbor, that without it at the beginning of the animal week of fcstivities, - ¦ - j ''i) ïaiiu it luerefore gives us great pleasure to announce that this year more than usual eftbrts have been made to entertain the citizens of Anu Arbor and theiraaaa ' " """ timo. The entertainment will this year consist of a Grand Concert to be given by tlie Ladius' Amphion Club, aS9isted by Miss Mary L. Word, pianist, Mr. Wm. Luderer, solo violinist, Mis3 Julia Caruthers, accompanist, and the Beethoven Quintette Club, of Detroit, under the able direction of Mr. Orln Cady. An array of attractions that should place au audieace of at least two tliousand five liundred people in Unlversity Hall on that evening. Tlie Amphion Club under the leadership of Mr. Orín Cady lias made for itself a reputation whichis notexceeded by any musical organization In the state; and it is only necessary to tlie complete success of any entertainment in Ann Arbor to announce that they will appear in one or two numbers to insure a full house. But this time they take the major part of the program, and none should lose this unusual opportunity of hearing them ; and of also showing our frienda fi-om abroad that though we do not live in the "city" weenjoy often wliat many cities selilom ifever do,- first-class vocal rnusic, furnished by our ovvn personal friends. As much might bo said for the Beethoven Quintette Club, and for the others who are to take part in the program did space allow. The concert will be given in University Hall on Monday even Ing, June 23rd, at S o'clock.