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Glee Club Tryouts To Continue
Continued tryouts for candidates
for membership in the Varsity Men's
Glee Club will be held at 7:30 p.m.
today f n the glee club rooms of the
Though some men have already
Foreign Center To Show
Local Activties In Slides
Slides depicting the social and ath-
letic activities of the International
Center during the 1940-41 school
year will be# shown and commented
on by Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, direc-
tor of the,Center, at a public meeting
at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the ballroom
of the Union. }
First of a series Hof regular Sunday
evening affairs,' sponsored by the
Center, the program is opened to
students, fgculty and townspeople.
been heard, the membership list will
not be made out until all men inter-
ested have had a chance to be audi-,
Since many vacancies were made
through graduation, a good number
of new men are needed to carry on
the traditions of Michigan's oldest
musical organization, which is also
one of the oldest college ghee clubs
in the country.
The club has been in continuous
existence since 1856, and since that
time, concert tours have taken the
singers all over the United States.
Besides several short trips to various
parts of Michigan, the club each
spring takes a ten-day concert tour.
A number of appearances in Ann
Arbor and the semi-annual serenade
tours of sororities and girls' dormi-
tories round out a varied season.
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Oct. 13, Monday evening. Enroll-
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