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All members of the Varsity Glee
Club are asked to meet at 7:30
p.m. today at Hill Auditorium to
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Freshman Club men are invited
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et in separ- Tryouts for freshmen interested in
s of work as- the Freshman Glee Club will be held
nt of super- at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26 in the
s, establish- University Glee Club Room at the
le for deter- Union. The Varsity Glee Club will
f applicants, hold its first rehearsal at 7:30 p.m.
satisfactory Thursday, Sept. 28.
Freshmen will have an opportunity'
I in a discus- to hear the Glee Club at the Fresh-
ax supported man Rally in Hill Auditorium today
by Glen O. and also at the freshman smoker in
ry and NYA the Union Thursday.
Lansing. Highlight of the club's activities is
the annual spring concert tour. The
trip last spring visited New York
Beer City, and gave performances at sev-
eral other' cities, including Buffalo,
Rochester and New York, where they
your were widely acclaimed by critics.
aler. Middlewestern cities will be visited
on this year's trip, according to Hugh
0. Roberts, '39, business manager of
the Glee Club. States to be visited
_ include Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin,
My Lad Minnesota and the upper peninsula
of Michigan.
__________ In addition to the large spring

of the coming season will be to Flint
on Oct. 10.
Feature attraction last year in the
Spring Concert, the annual campus
show put on by the Glee Club, was
the presentation of "Trial by Jury,"
a comic opera by Gilbert and Sulli-
van. Much of the merriment arose
from the feminine parts which were
ably, though perhaps at times awk-
wardly, portrayed by the all-male
cast.
A delightful spring tradition, so
Glee Club members testify, is the
Spring Serenade. Starting at sun-
down, the group begins its round of
visiting and performing for the va-
rious sororities and girls' dormitories,
where they are usually treated to re-
freshments.
The Glee Club will again be under
the direction of Prof. David Mattern
of the School of Music. Other of-
ficers are Colvin Gibson, '40, presi-
dent; Kenneth A. Heininger, '40,
vice-president;, Jim Fromm, '140,
treasurer; Charles M. Bowen, '40,
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Week's- Program Devoted
To Freshmen
Michigan's chapter of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation is opening its
13th year of operation and its first
full year under the direction of Dr.
Isaac nabinowitz.
Normal activities at the Founda-
tion, however, will not begin until
after classes resume, as this week's
program will be devote(' chiefly to
orientation. Every day of Orienta-
tion Week the Foundation will hold
open house, chiefly for the benefit of
freshmen. A member of the Hillel
Council will be present at all times
to aid freshmen, as well as others; in
getting settled in. Ann Arbor.
The first open house will be held
Sunday, Sept, .24, from 8 a.m. until
7:30 p.m. A record concert will im-
mediately follow.
Hillel is instituting a new program
of religious services this year. Daily
(orthodox) services will be held in
the late afternoon, beginning Mon-
day, Sept. 25. The first conservative
service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 29, and will continue weekly
thereafter, A series of "fireside dis-
cussions," with prominent campus
figures taking part, has' been
arranged for after each Friday serv-
ice. A social hour will conclude each
Sabbath evening's activities.
Reform services will be conducted
at 11 a.m. every Sunday, beginning
Oct. 1. Dr. Rabinowitz will give a
sermon at each of these services. The
Hillel Choir will sing. All regular
services will be held in the Founda-
tion, East University and Oakland
Aves.
' Hillel's annual membership, drive
will begin Monday, Sept. 25. Sidney
Steinhart, '41, head of the drive, has
announced a new "affiliate-member-
ship" plan. Under this plan, Hillel
members will pay $1.50 for special
Hillel functions which would cost
non-members $6.05. This year's
membership goal is 800. Last year's,
mark of 650 set a national member-
ship record for a single year.

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season? Which opponents will be most dangerous?
Francis Wallace has just completed a swing around
the country, chinning with coaches, getting the in-
side, and now brings you the names to watch. What
new tricks will add more touchdowns per game, and
what players in colleges coast-to-coast have All-
American chances? Turn to this week's Post for a
fact-crammed article that predicts this year's win-
ning teams. Wallace has been right two years.In a
row. Will he be right again?

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