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SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1925

Planning For LAn Unusual lumni 'L~Reunion Ai.So m6 w tr-, Aecoe oi Yan
of the p
The 1925 Corn peement: Details And Data''elWt rmnn MyFsia ~it~
coch a
studied i
By Thomias 11. Henry, ,Junior halfback; and Arthur E. Redner, '04E, tile, N. Y., Histology laboratory, Medi- May Festival audiences in their vigilence, he would never go to thej in the metropolitan papers the morn-wrgf
Four days of alumni gatherings arc hlalfback. iceal building. '95, William C.- MI- relations with concert artists suffer tailor. ing after Lawrence Tibbett, baritone,' way a l
nlow scheduled for graduates of the i high White, '02L, captain of the chaels, 906 Commerce building, Kan- one disadvantage not experienced by I setrl ifrnhwvr ruh onteMtooia pr of them
Unierit i Derot ndAnn _Arbor 11901 team is the secondI captain who sas City, Mo., room C Law building. musical circles in Chicago and New 1 house in New York appearing as Ford other fe7
immediately preceding Comumenicc- isexnctd to be on hand, the other '98 Nathan Potter, Barton Hills, Anni York, with which Ann Arbor aspires when it comes to a favorite winter in Verdi's opera "Falstaff." Few izi g in
mient. In addition to the usual tw being Judge Hieston., Arbor, north gallery, Alumni Mem-Ito compiare itself in musical matter.,cap which he -possesses. This is the -singers even when their star has tinre in1
days gathering of alumni classe~s for Keene 'Fitzpatrick, trainer for all orial hall. '00, Elmer L. Freeman, The city audiences are enabledi only sealskin cap in captivity and risen, accomplish this. j Mr. T
reunions here, Detroit is holding the four teams and now a famous foot-1 2427 Cass avenue, Detroit, and E~mmaI through frequent appearances of res- the bete noir of Mine. Gabrlowitsch'sl The part of he ovation that thelover nig
frttriennial meigof Uivrit alcoach at iPrinceton, has also ben AckceimanLocpotIll., room 1 (l Ient artists, to kowthem, btl'tech- eitec.When it adorns the took pla i o e h cenethatt hom nhis lt
of Michigan clubs on June 10 and 11. ie. Tappan hal. 'OOT, Ralph K. John- nically anid personally. Ann Arbor, of the great musician, he gosalonetokpaenth bethmeili9o,
More than 500 delegates are ex- Alii nemnsaeben ae~ son, David Whitney building, Detroit on the contrary, imports its musicians i h
petted in Detroit on W dnesday and ive the utmost care tlo Dr. Stoddard,t Pathology laboratory, Medical build o inl;an caioaltfrr-on i walkihsuSheafrefuseseidetce okwhl h oie ofhs iteI
Thursdy, whle 2,00 grduate are h<, odest. rradute, i' he an be; ing '00[, Curis L. onvere, 41 licItopewalmanes;thd suchm aoforlorn gerelico. hadsutheis ilkadman left mthlefdoor do whenn i Partsi
expected to assemible in Ann Arbor mnovel. [Dr. Stoddard lives in Mugs- Citizens Bank building, olumbuts,pri fljpreitono h I n h atgnrto. Btsc sth e house was Besieged wIthf an armay chois a
for reunion lay on 1!riday and Alumn- kegon, where he is confined tolhis; IOhio, room B, Law building. 'OOD, 13. jpeherefulofprVincent Bathirles-of neveorapdrsed heso fasttin-herpAferlic
nt dy onSatuday.Marr of h ore runder the care of a nurse. It ..MleFrtNtoa akbid hi efracs ebrtnt igi h a s
alumni will stay here for the lac ca - i notexpected that lhe will be able' mng, FMint, Dental building. '05, C. thirpefomace.servebarton ouceto signn are-blieohyra.Te hlrntiz"Vdk
laureate address in hill auitorium oatn tecnetonfrmr B. DuCharme, Michigan Stove con- Perhaps the best known to Ann tvlsrelt nrdc oAnAbrwe e grabbed from the bed :.ether as F'rank I
Sundyda rnigmadrteiCmmece-diatoneehaCopnyeDetoitrooa30,,Uionet0rAroradiecesof3ll2he usiiansaudencsasineroho naopraesncansftethoghtlandputenmuasifecontna
tehaxcinso FryonedModa, clntrayheliear. held to have very Yew equals. Span- clothes. Thfen began the arranging artists-
Women, Lotta Copley, 906 Church that appared in th'is year's Festival is ir ybrh r alse lhuho aypsso h ato h e nt
June 15.n F r y t~l o d y r S o d rd e t r d t e lt r r I O s p G b i o i s h I e L s b e a i b ir h r al s o l ho g f m n o e n th a t o h e u t
dcpartmnt: in 185, graduating four street Ann Arbor, room 107 Tappan OspGbioish ehsbe only thirty years old has reached a star, his wife, andl even the twims.:tie plat
AlJhuebrnfYstsfu n er atr i etrdte Ui-hll6, rr inoE.Feud 6i nAnn Arbor several times during the
All the mebers of Yot's four u- years laer. Hlast-nseasonthasnconductor05of theoEDe-reund,62tKplace amongmothelartiston ofe hisiBetweenisansweringnsthengtelephonpho andsthethe lei
defeated teams, in 1901, '02, '03 and versity Medical school in 1864 and avenue, west, Detroit, Bacteriology ,iotSmhn r~~r and if is day. letters that flooded him, Mr.1ibbet tenor.
'04, have been invited especially toI studied fr two years, later getting laboratory, Medical building.'0oL fotSipoi rhsr
attend the Detroit gathering. This iis degree in Belleview hospital, New Arthur E. Fixel, 1009-11 Hammond lreyde ohsefotfihtam enedf r is oa nae, tiveofVaetciy,!faidahreotypic.o istefv
organization that has put Detroit on fmdfoit rags tspet fm.hi, 'Th
will be the first organ ized lmeetig York city. Dr. Stoddard settled in building, Detroit, North east corner thwa fmsca mrc.Iomen, and its bull ring. Balester Possibly one f thle biggest feats f sort of
of these stars. Another feature of Muskegon in.1880andl has spent most fce. 'Law building. '0M, Rolo E. th awfmsclAeia ,mksn erto h atta i eur vraenpihdb igIr, lr
the convention will be the presence 'ofchs life since then in that cit McCotter, Medical building, Univer~ity Although everyone m ecognies i. maest n e crembtofinthie fcttat ho is e ory evtetr.ompished bycaein-- 'n
of Dr. John Parker ,;Goddard, '59, tiW Th9e two-dlay ssion in Ann Arbor Iof Michigan, Faculty room (ica abriowitsch as a master musician, I frtgetabto nlfewst eeaspae oMr ibthcei ui
evn hee ecmdictne Brdn to a great bull fighter, a toreador who I that of learning in one season at the d ark f1'
oldest living graduate of the ~Lniveri. will be onened by class reunions and building. '10L, Joseph H. Iriean.Iee hsebcm ttie udn with one thrust of heis keen sword i4Itropoltan Opera house, twenty moan cif
sity.Unless his health prevents tlhi meinso Fia, olwed y he i., 703 Niagara Trust building. Ni- long mesuff i eering wives.His wife, Cmriht lay low the mighty bulls of pratic roles. Tis reqired im t"Imeig nNrdyflo db ~igiero akTan to v.:uld s
ninety-year old alumnus will ttend f:Ohio tate tbasebalgame Inth a ara Falls, N. Y., Practice Court Cl5 eens tdaug hroark T aIMrcia amid the shoutings of 'th ie eorize the words (of every role, to sing
the convention banquet on Thursday. afternoon. That evening student ene- room, Law building. '5, IWomnen, patptimes. Clothesngwithntheofpianict;wbeautifuln women. BeingCea-true
Opening the triennial convention inI tertainrenl , will be furnisied in Hill Marjorie Delvan, 216 Pine steet, are notesubCo the iamte peiseSani arstBhtei" loero
Detroit will he a morning organiza- auditorium. On Saturday morning the Lansing, South gallery, Alumni Mea-1 as the keyboard. The older a St ird r. Balesr is aloeof'
tion meeting on Wednesday, luncheon annual business meeting will be held orial hall. '15, Wilbur E,. Baile ai su~M' ,, the national sport of his native land,.
and an afternoon pleasure trip on tho' in Hill auditorium. At this mue an "' 19 south Capitol avenue, Lanming.'ue gos m and it is only natural that after coinm______________
lake. On Thursday plans include a election of officers will be hid and Dental building. '16, Glenn M. c'oult- oI nt forsMine.c arl wtcis c ntn ltn i r prtion for the Ifpitawere
business session, luncheon at Loch- the annual reports made, by alumni er, 1002 Penobscot building, Detrot, j__________________ tic stage, he should conceive as his
moor country club, and afternoon of committees. and Jemima Wenley Purdom, 12^_9 great ambition the portrayal of the
golf, baseball, and other sports, andi At noon the University will tne White street, Ann Arbor, west gallery, ing Kansas City, Mo, room E, La part of Escamihlo in "Carmen," con-
the convention banquet in the evening, its annual luncheon to the graduates j Alumni Memorial hall. '16E, Paul C., -iligtr3, Eliaet, th Ht 5l noro netha Sanwrd culfeeatas. Gomn
Moetan70oeoxetd oa n a gyssmanding it ehtlafter-Arbor ,Student offices Union. '171anod Robert Gibson 1235 Bemis ae- "The find of agnrto" T
tend the banquet :at the Book-Cadillac a non as eeig il e ed n'Gan nie- adoa/eerton,"Ti
hotel, official headquarters and meet- Hill auditorium followed by a base- IMeni. Verne Burnett, General Motors n111e,Crn Rapids, room 110, Uie a stopped the show", such q'uota-Jo ri. Ic
igplc foth deeae. Svnball game on Ferry field. At the copcration, Detroit, 207 Tappan hall. sit library. tions as thes e were not hard to find io - c
official hotels have been (lesignated meeting each class will present an I'17, Women. Janet MFarlane, 12991, ________- _____
by the commnittee for lie alumnim. act the best act to win a leg on the Burlingame avenue, Detroit, 0P Tap- - -
lovng upwhich is awarded yearly. !ran hall. '17E, Robert L. MNamnee.
These are: The Booke-Cadillac, whereloigcpW arpeaedt
allmetigs il b hedth SttlrThe anrnttl Unix ersty Senate re- 11052 Olivia avenue, Ann Arir, Enigi-
the Tuller, the Wolverine, the Fort ception will be held Saturday evening. I neering society room, Engineering B u eyufrtefra
;:,elytheNoto sld ebterhal. The following is a list of the classes' building. '18. Carissno Vyn, Nord:- Ie or f Tlhis Fineness- yufrdeoma
hebteNro an Wb erhl.which will hold reunions next month, western high school, Detroit, and W"ar- foon <and' evening
One hundred and fifty alumni clubs .with the class secretaries, their ad- ren A. Townsend, Diem and tiiosoflte,
from all 'parts of the United Statesi Papr cmpay, ininntiOhi, J~prIbI
dresses, and the rooms in -campusPae copnCciatOi,
will be representedl at the gathering buildings which they will use as head- room 203 Tappan hal. '18E, Dooth}" Fineness in eachdealiesth Sumr oth
and several delegates fromt foreign quarters Hall Brophy, 19 Dean street. Sclee.seiatoerycrningp-
grusaeas xetdt eOl 1869, JL M. Gelston, Alma, Univer- ,ftady, N. Y., room 220, Engin ering trait.
hand In dditon ai'anemens xviicity club, Alumni Memorial hall. '70, building. '13D, Frank . Clifford. 1800;
be made with railroad companies for i llian N. Carter, 501 Newton Avenue, David Whitney building, Detroit. Der To be sure of quick approvail,
twenty-five percent reductions for Milwaukee, Wisc., University club, tal building. '19, Laurel A. Lundy uist, 1M each portrait must have it.
(elegates andI visitors 'to the conven- Alumni Memorial hall. '75, Walter S. Citizens Trust and Savings Bank, TheefreReitahrriath ar
tion.Russell, 2763 Jefferson avenue ,De- Indanatarbo, Il., rom 25rTaupa
the 19E~~~~~~Idan ar, Willrm H 205 Tanc, .ovroknthn.Tphelsaa~tm Tio
William Rleston, '04L, captain ofth troit, Curator's office, Alumni Mem- hall. '1E Wila 1.Doam eIovroK otng o heaiCuom Tli
football team of that year, has been orial hall. '80, E S, Sherrill, 458 Book 3825 Humphrey avenue, Detroi., rroom and iniutest (detail Rentschler
named chairman of the committee in building, Detroit, room 102 south 223, Engineering building. '19L, Carl Iat brings out those hidden charms 608 EAST L IBERT
charge of the gathering of football wing, Univesity hall. '81L, Frank W.I H. Stuhrberg 1612 Brooklyn avenue, you want.
men. The majority of Yost's former Hine, Internal Revenue office, GrandI Ann Arbor, room I, Law building. Once you look into Rentsch-
s.tars on his famous "point-a-minute" J Rapids, room D. Law building '83I '20M, William Coxon, 1708 Geddes he'Iotatah'eenns~uh
teams are exnect ed to return aside Fred W. Arbury, 1900 Bethune avenue avenue, Ann Arbor, west Amphithea- e' prri aheeensyuI
from those living too far from D- west, Detroit, room D, Alumni Ke- te, eic(bulin.'2LlHryI. iewhterineangpi-
troit and three men who have (ied. orial hall. 909, Mary J. Greene, Cas-'Eager, ninth floor, Commerce build. laity is still growing.-
The three stars who have been tT Come il andi see these por- .~
en by death since their playing daysi New andl finer portraits trisody Arag thnfrI
in Ann Arbor n unber two captains jt~~ onoe ~ r a ittoda. Arrange* ilinen for t

d Italian, none of which he
adinfg the English translation
)arts the singer got the feel-
idea of the entire opera.
e help of an experienced
Ld accompanist, each role was
in turn, and the foreign words
ven him phonetically. 'In, this
ittle at a time he learned all
along with the music. An-
at of memory was his miemor-
three dlays the role of Valen-
Goinod''s "Faust."
ibbett has not risen to 'fame
lit by mere chance. Perspirai-
Well as inspiration has, been
While still a boy he sang
[ugh school glee chub of his
owns, Bakersfield, California.
n dIramnas, choruses, church
,nd such were his lot when no
olo work: presented itself,
he war Tibbett wvent to New
vhere und~er the tutoring of
.a Forge lie gained a foothold
house of houses for would-be
-the Metropolitan.
ie European artist will grace
:form at this year's Festival in
,on of Rhys Morgan, the WelchIi,
it seems that Mr. Mtorg an wvas
rite of his celebrated country-
l icl L'loy'd ( o rgec, and 1 is a
unofficial s inge r to the ,Avar
It is slit(I that 11411y tinme'
tlue w:r when things lookced
it the Alflied cauise the 'little
rnumnber 10oDowning tmreet
se d for is fello~w Cou itiy?;tan
to Mini. On on(, of tllesl oc-
at nfhled on Pa ge Thirteen )



among themr. Curtis (G. Reddon, cap- .
tazofte13temaafmuend, an(!l'Harrison (Boss) Week.5, i Fresh Straw ber
captain thme year b~efore amnd a star
quarterback for two years under
Coach Yost's direction are dead. The apple and (Ji
other man is Neil Snow, fullback on
te1901 team.I be t ta o n
Anmong the moat famous of, the old i b a h t c m
time football heroes. who have been
invited, to revisit, their friends and I vors " 'They're

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