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NAME TRYOUTS FORI
GLEE CLUB POSTS
First IRehearsal Will be Hldciat f7 :3
O'clock Tonight. in School of
WILL ENTERTAIN OCT. 12
Theodore Harrison, director of the
University of Michigan Glec club, has
selected the following men to try out
for positions in the club at its first
rehearsal of the season at 7 o'clock'
tonight in the University School of
Music auditorium. From this list will'
be chosen the members of the club.
The men who are askedl to report'
are: John W. Alberson, '28; Arnold'
G. .Anderson, '28; Virgil Anderson,
126A; Hugh C. Armstrong, '27; C. H.
Atwell, '28; Kenneth Babcock, '26M;
John Bean, Grad.; Charles HI. Beards-
ly '2 ;GereB n s ld Blcwell, '27M; Benjamin Boyce, '26; Jules
Bresson, '28E; Gerald E. Browne, '27;
Myron . Burneson, '28; Marvin Carr
'26E; Maurice Carroll, Grad.; Clair
C. Catherman, '26; Harold Chak, '28E;
Robert Chapman, '27; Stewart Chur-
chill,"'28; George W. Colburn, '28; H.
K. Cornell, '28; J. W. Cowin, Grad.;
Philip Culkin, '28; Reed Cup, '27;
Lester C. Curl, '28; E. W. Davis,
'26Ed.; R. N. Detzer '28; W. W. Dick-
erson, '29M; R. B. Ehers, '27E; F. H.
Fradenburgh, '28D; John E. Galley,
'26; John G. Gariughouse, '28L; E.
N. Goddard, '27; George M. Foulks,
'28A; W. A. Greig, '26; Robert Hall,
'27E; Wilbur Heinz, '27; E. I. Herrod,
'26; C. S. Higley, '26; BarrelHill, '26;
'John G. Hogle, '28; Norton E. Holland,'
'26; Harold Holmes, '28; WalterI
Howe, '27; Daniel Huff, '27; Manly
Hunt; Orrin Jones, '27L; Maurice
Judd, '27; Otto C. Kock, '27; Carl
Kraatz, '27; Arthur C. Kreinneder,
'26; K. H. Kuhn~, '27A; Lucian LaneI
',26; R. U. Light, '28M; A. J. Logan,
Grand; Clyde "A. Mertz, ''27E; N. L.L
Miller, '28; Thomas J. Montgomery
'26; Phillip Mothersill, '28E; :Harold
A: Mullen, '26E; Water H. Nelson, i
'28E; Alfred Newton, '27L; B. L. Nor-
toll, '2 ; R. C. Nygeist, '27E; Harryl
0, 01)on, W. D. Patton, '26; R.
Ul. N. '~~;27; J. K. Ramsey, '26; j
1;7. 01 I. , '26; R. E. Reynolds, '28;1
Joseph M. Riven, '27M; S. P. Rogers, 1,
'26M; Stuard N. Rowe '26; Earnestl
A. Ruetz, '27; Howard G. Seahil,
grad.; Earnest C. Schatz, '27L; W. E.
Schneider, '26E; Carl W. Schumacher, l
'27; P. N. Schumacher, '28E; L. F. j
Segar, '27M; C. K. Sestok, '28A; J. H.
Shipman, '27; Neal Staebler, '26; P.I
J. Sterr, '28; S. F. Straight, 27; T. L.
Trost, '27; Paul E. Tullar, Grad.; H. I
A. Wagner, '27E; Harry C. Walker,
'27E; Gerald R. Watland, '28A; W.
. Welke, '27Ed.; M. A. Wenger, '28;
L. H. Whitman, '27E; Paul C. Wil-
liams, '28; B-arry Winslow, '27; Floyd
V. Winner, '26; A. E. Woodhead,
Each of the above men should bring
his Michigan sng-book t. the rehear-
Kurt J. Kremlick, '26, manager of
the Glee club, stated that over 180
mien triedl out for membership in thel
club, and from this number the above
98 have been chosen. From the above
men will 'be chosen about 60 men who
will compose the club.
The Glee club will sing Oct. 12 at
the reception given by the Ann Arbor
Chamber of Commerce in honor of
President Clarence Cook Little.
Sellars To Speak
Prof. Roy W. Sellars of the philos- 1
ophy department is announced as the
speaker at the evening service of the
Unitarian Church next Sunday at 6:30.
Professor Sellars has written several!
books on religious subjects and isf
well known in the field. Hle has se-
lected for his subject, "Hell, Heaven,
and Other Traditions.''
MOSCOW, Oct. 7.Soviet Rtussia's
trade with the United States duringI
tM-, past six months was several mil-
lion dollars greater than for the whole,
year of 1924, totalling $58,779,736.
Read the Want dads
VOCA TIO7VAL GUIDANCE
STUDENTS BY SC.A*
anc ainti many were aided in choos- cut and all other intere,3ted persoiu;8
COnlI.11!T EEr _life __work. __ jarc invited to attend.
Ibobs l'otA ordd iI Ittle investmenft __ic,.jelrmv; 'Uhtclt
BES T PRICES
Forla' Mrs Useud Clothiing. I
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All students who feel dlissatisfied aid, discuss their problem and helpj
wvith the course they are .now pursu- teach one to solve his particular dif-j
ing as preparation for a life work1 ficulty.
and those who have not as yet de-j Any student on thie campus whlo
cided -on any -definite vocation can feels that he cannot, unaided. choose
obtain assistance in solving thenr the profession or occupation for which!
problem by consulting with the V o- hle is best fitted is urged by the corn-
cational committee of tire Student! mittee to come to Lane hall and make
Christian association from 4 to 6 an appointment with the member of
o'clock any afternoon at Lane hall. I the committee who will be stationed
Through personal conisultations there. He will be able to confer with
with such students, the colmittee= members of the faculty who are lead-
htopes to achieve its purpose; that of ers in their field.
(irectinig studIents, who have been un- Members of thne faculties of the
able to chose tile life work ;best suit-' School of Business Administration
ed to them,-into chlannels where thieyland the psychglogy department are
may obtain friendly counsel fronmuoen co-operating with the commnittee ill
experienced in the various fields. The, this work.I
Committee plans to snake appoint- I Last year, more than 100 stud(enlts
ments with the men who (lesire such applied to the committee for assist-
At the first coumbinied m et ng this~
semlester of tlime Journal club of geol-I
ogy and the Journial club of geo-
graphy, which will be heldl at 7:30
O'clock tonight in room 437, Natural
Science building. Prof. W. Ii. 11 ohbs,
of the geology departnient, will pre-I
sent thle leading paper. "The Wind
Poles of the Earth" is thke subject
Profe[sorl 1)5bbl as chosen. The lee-I
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Green Tree Inn
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MASONIC TEMPLE, YPSILANTI
This lBand hats just finishied ti -Sumimer's Engagemient at Island Lak~e.
boIwo vees Atthe3ilropAiway Stra4. amnal Is Broadcasting
Riegularly fromi Station AVJR
Members of both clubs will b~e pres-
-A Frogr, Chicken a d teak IDinners
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R OALD AMITNDSEN, Arctic and Antarctic
explorer, discoverer of the South Pole,
will open the course October 24.
LrATIRENCE D)IMGS. Founder and President
of the American Flying Club, will. speak
A LFREDh NOYES, famous English poet, will
present an interesting program, Novem-
W TIMTAM N. HASKELL, head of 'Amer-
can Relief Administration ,in russia,
will lecture November 24.
I RINC ESS CANTACUZ ENE, grand-daughter
Ir of General Grant,. gifted writer and lec-
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L"EXANDER WOOLCOTT, dramatic editor
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-SPAJIKES CADMAN, noted Preacher-Lectur-
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ARLOW SHIAPLEY, scientist author,
. DietrDiector of-arvard Observatory, lectures;
P IILDELAI ICE, celebrated reader of
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