The closing entertainment ol the Choral Cnion glven Saturday evenlng surpaased anything of the kind ever given in Aun Arbor, and e venture to assert anything ever given in Michigan outslde ol Detroit. The chorus conaisted ol 81 sopraQOS, 17 altos. 86 tenors, and 04 baSSOB, .i mand m-, il of 238 aside from the five SOlolatS. The oreliestra. which conslsted of -t." musiciana, completed the immense música] throng, all lead by ihat prince in the musical world, Prol. A. A. Stanley. The evenlng was dellghtfnl, the audience dellghted, and the people apon the sin.ij.-e were simply exquisite. Good Judges, who lieard the production at Detroit the evening previous, pronounee the Ann Arbor effort far the best. Alter the first part Prol. de l'ont Btepped to the front of the platform, in a few exceedlngly happy words, presenled Prol'. Stanley witli the phOtOgraph of a beautUul director's desk, promiaing that the substance would ic.llow th( sliadow in a briel time. The manufacturera were unable to set the desk made in time, so the picture was sent in its place. The desk was the gift of the Choral l'nion, as a small token of their regard for the genial director. Trof. Stanley made a reply bul as it was addressed to the people on the stn.üe, the nudience (lid not hear M. lint i! was all right for he was cheered. Every member of the Choral T'nicm eau congratúlate himaelf or hereell upon this grand concert. It was certalnly a rival of Boston's bost. Well versed in letters- Poets.