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October 18, 1921 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-18

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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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Dr. C. Russ Richards, dean of the
Engineering college at the University
of Illinois, was in Ann Arbor for a
few hours Thursday afternoon during
which time he called on Dean Mortim-
er E. Cooley, of the engineering school
Dr. Richards told the dean about the
meeting of the council of the Ameri-
can society of mechanical engineers
in New York City which he visited the
early Hart of the week.
The two deansvtook a short walk
about the campus and went through
the engineering building, discussing'
meanwhile late developments in en-
gineering circles.

GLE CLUB PICKS
52 NEW MEMBERS
Organization Prepared to Commence
Rehearsals Tomorrow
Night
EARLY FALL CONCERT TO BE
GIVEN IN HILL AUDITORIUM
From a field of 150 tryouts, 52 men
have been picked to form the Varsity
Glee club this year by Frank L. Thom-
as, director of the combined Glee and
Manodlin club. Rehearsals will" start

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at 7:16 o'clock Wednesday evening at
the Union, and preparations are being
made to put the club in shape for an
early fall concert.
The club is to consist of 24 first
and second tenors and 28 first and see-
ond basses. They are as follows:
First tenor, H. J. Potter, '22, K. J.
Fairbanks, '2410, H. C. Walser, '23M,
J. J. Guadagno, '24, W. J. Nichols, 23,
E. D. Haskins, '23, H. P. Wagner, grad.
E. G. Keim, '23D, W. R. McCloy, '22,
R. C. Rumsey, 23, R. Thomas, '24 and
P. N. Young, 24E. Second tenors are
J. H. Tuttle, '23E, H. K. Duffield, '24,
W. L. Nutter Jr., '23L, J. H. Morse Jr.,
24, H. T. Irving, 23, L. F. Meilander,
'22E, LaMott Bates' '24M, R. A. Man-
chester, 24, S. S. Hawkes, 23L, F. C.
Wikening, '24E, C. M. Mower, 23E, and
L. K. Mower, '23E.
Names of Basses
The first bass voices include L. Lane,
'23, V. H. Sauble, '23E, D. B. Chubb,
24, P. J. Beatty, '22E, J. J. LaBadle,
'24L, R. R. Dieterle, '23M, R. E. Yakes,
'22L, C. L. Miles, '23, J. 0. Coates, '24E,
F. A. Lanson, '22, H. J. Lowry, '22, W.
L. Nufer, '22, R. H. Rowland, '23E, N.
Joyner, '22. Second Bass, L. Kemp,
'22M, D. Clark, '24, C. G. Hale, '24, W.
D. Bien, '22, E. P. Wise, '22, T. E.
Dewey, '23, S. B. Coates, '22, H. Belles,
'23, W. G. Hartle, '24E, H. D. Tubbs,
'22E, J. F. Yonkman, '23M, W. G. Bet-
tens, '23, H. M. Stephens, '24 and J. A.
Dryer, '24. Accompanist, G. E. Clark,
'23.
Te first concert to be given by the
combined Glee and Mandolin clubs will
be presented in Hill auditorium. Dir-
ector Thomas announces some excel-
lent number in songs, skits and read-
ings. The Glee club will sing several
numbers from the old Yellow and Blue
song books published in 1885 as well
as several catchy numbers, among
which is a particularly catchy negro
song.
Long Waiting List
Mr. Thomas announces the fact that
the large number of tryouts makes it
possible to have a large waiting list
for the club and that strict attendance
and carrying out of the required work
can be required from the men chosen.
He also called the attention of the
men who were chosen that they are
on the list and that they may be called
at any time to fill the place of a man
who has dropped from the club or
failed to do the work.

WM. GOODYEAR & COMPANY

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Hammond, "Germany" Schulz, Willie
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Bob Adams' "Where Are They Now?"
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CHIMES discloses the secret.
Secretary Denby's story, "The Game's
the Thing" shold not be missed. The
Secretary is as good a writer as he was
a sailor,'a marine, a football player. Like

BY WAY OF SUGGESTION-
W. A. P. John, '15, a former
Gargoyle editor, and more recently
a regular contributor to The Satur-
day Evening Post and other maga-
zines in a recent letter to CHIMES
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Furthermore, Duke Dunne's mes
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