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Earl V. Moore, J. Fred Lawton and Walter Staebler, on 25th anniversary of Moore's and Lawton's "Varsity," September 1936

Earl V. Moore, J. Fred Lawton and Walter Staebler, on 25th anniversary of Moore's and Lawton's "Varsity," September 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 14, 1937
Caption
Few Michigan songs have achieved the popularity of that famous tune from the Union opera "The Crimson Chest" of 1910. Earl V. Moore, right, now director of the School of Music was the composer and J. Fred Lawton, left, Detroit lawyer, contributed the words. Walter Staebler, Ann Arbor business man, center, was a member of the original Bum Army, and cherishes the death's head set he wore in the opera. The picture above was taken recently when the three held an informal reunion.

University and City Leaders Unite For Finnish Relief, February 1940

University and City Leaders Unite For Finnish Relief, February 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 5, 1940
Caption
University and city leaders are uniting in the worthwhile project of raising funds for the aid of Finnish war refugees. Immediate efforts are furthering plans for a benefit concert Feb. 27. Mrs. A. C. Furstenberg, seated at the right, is chairman of the ticket committee, while seated at the left is Mrs. Cora Holland, secretary of the general committee. Standing, left toright are: Prof. William D. Revelli, conductor of the University bands, Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, president of the University, Mayor Walter C. Sadler, Prof. David Mattern, conductor of the University men's glee club, and Rudolph E. Reichert, charman of the Finnish Relief Fund locally.