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"When will we swim in Michigan's1
new $50,000 swimming pool?" is one
of the questions that is going the!
rounds of the campus this fall.- Hun-
dreds of student swimmers who have
been looking forward to the time when
the pool would be complete, are still[
waiting for the welcome announcement
that work is to be resumed on that
portion of the Union building.
At the best, the big 120,000 gallon
tank cannot be completed -before
March, as six months of work still re-
main. Present indications are that the
Union authorities will be doing well if'
they have it ready to open by May.
General Manager Homer Heath,t
when interviewed, was unwilling to
hazard a date for completion of the
tank, but stated that he hoped to see'
it ready for use by spring.
Fifty thousand dollars will be needed
to finishi the work. Two thousand of,
this has been promised by alumni, to
be donated when the remaining $48,000
is found. To find the other $48,000 is
the difficult task which must be per-
formed before the work on the pool
When the tank is finally completed
Michigan will be on an equal footing
with any college or university in the
country for acquatic activities. While
there are some 100-foot pools, but 75
feet, the length of the Union tank, is
the required length for the establish-
ing of world records. American offi-
cial records may be made in 50-foot
The equipment which will be in-
stalled when the pool is ready for use
will be the best on the market. One
of the unusually efficient features will
be the filtering system, which will be
capable of filtering the entire 120,000
gallons of water in three hours. More
than 100 swimmers will be accommo-
dated in the- pool and locker rooms at
Mme. Marie Rappold is today one of
the foremost concert artists in America
and has given song recitals in prac-
tically every state in the Union. Her
beauty of voice, her method of sing-
ing, her carefully selected programs,
together with her appealing personal-
ity, have united to establish her as a
conspicuous figure on the concert
Previous to the year 1909 she studied
with the renowned vocal instructor,
Oscar Saenger. It was while studying
with him that she was persuaded to
enter on a stage career. -Knowing that
Mr. Conried was in search of a Silla-
inith, the principal character in the
opera, Mr. Saenger contrived to pro-
cure a copy of the score, which was a
very difficult task at that time. Mine.
Rappold spent the nexir summer in an
intensive stuhy of the part.
In the autumn of that year, as ,Mr.
Saenger had odivined, Conried sent for
Mine. Rappold. He handed her a copy
of the score and asked her to sing a
few measures. "Oh I don't need that,"
exclaimed Mme. Rappold, "I know the
role by heart!" If Conried was aston-
ished at this reply, what was his
amazement to hear the young singer
travel through the intricate mazes of
the role with the skill of an experi-
enced prima donna? The great im-
pressario was dumbfounded.
"You're engaged!" he shouted, rush-
Since that first seasonrMme. Rap-
'pold has added many roles to her
repertoire. Her voice has a peculiar
rilver timbre, which admits of her
singing parts for the lyric as well as
the dramatic soprano. In addition to
her regular work, Mme. Rappold has
graciously given her services for many
war benefits. She will appear at the
Hill 'Auditoriunm on Friday evening,
Oct. 29, with the Metropolitan Opera
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University Has Lots of Coal This Year
No fear of coal shortage this winter
is felt so far as the University is con-
cerned. The pile beside the power
house contains more than 8,000 tonsI
aiad is increasing daily.
About 20,0@0 tons will be needed.
Last year at this time the supply ex-
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Tickets Now on Sale at School of- Muslo
-m With $3.00. Festival Coupon -rn $4.50,
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00
SIX ALL STAR
TICKETS (With $3 Festival Coupon) $4.50, $5, $5.50, $6
Oct. 29- Metropolitan Opera Co. Sextette
Nov. 11 - Sergei Rachmaninoff, Pianist
Dec. 13 -Jan Kubelik, Violinist
DR. ALBERT A. STANLEY
rector of the University Musical Society and Professor of Music in
e University of Michiggp since 1888, who has asked to be relieved
om active service at the close of the 1920-1921 academicyear.
Jan. 24 - Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Feb. 24- Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
Mar. 7 - Detroit Symphony Orchestra