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Series Of Celebrations

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COURSES THIS SUMMER The fumes T'heatre

-The old
pendence
was re-
ide to a
ins which

aorat-
sign-

hall .has just been rebuilt as part of'
the restoration of the Independence
Square buildings.
The United States Supreme court
occupied the back room on the first
floor, while the first floor was given
over to municipal offices. The first
session of the court was held Febru-
ary 27, 1791, John Jay presided as
chief justice, having chosen that of-
fice when Washington asked him to
take any post in the new Federal gov-
ernment he preferred. John Rut-
ledge, William Cushing, James
Wilson, John Bliar and James
Iredell were associate justices.
Later John Rutledge and Oliver EuLs-
worth sat in this room as chief jus-
tices, and Bushrod Washington, Sam-
uel Chase, Thomas Johnson, William
Paterson and Alfred Moors as associ-
ate justices.

i 1971, and
States Su-
from the
stituted in
r. Twelve
kets were
ring prizes
ras provid-
>fits be de-
The city

Professor John Sundwall, director
of students' physical welfare, will
teach 2 courses in the coming sum-
mer session of the University, School
Hygiene, and a course in the admin-
istration of physical education, both
giving two hours credit..
This; is the second session of the
summer school in which courses of
the kind have been taught. During
the summer session of last year the
courses were taught by a non-resident
professor.
.The eurse in school hygiene will
entail a study of the fundamental
principles underlying the subjects of
health promotion and disease preven-
tion . Special attention. will be given
the personal hygiene of the teacher
and pupil, the relation of hygiene to
the everyday life of the school and
the prevention of epidemics. The re-
quired work of the course will include
lectures, inspection trips, round table
discussions and written reports.
The course on the administration
of physical education will cover the
problems confronting both the teacher
and the school executive in the proper
administration of the work as re-
quired by the state law. Competitive
athletics, playground work, physical
examinations and the development of
leadership will receive particular at-
tention.

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THE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY
PRESENT

OF THE MICHIGAN VNION -
Friday and Saturday, May -
THE PERFORMANCES ARE FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AS WELL AS FOR
MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY

"THE

13th CHA

By
BAYARD VEIRIN

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alth
th al
tic h
diefly
had f
xtens

concern to all interested in the wel-'
fare of the state. We must no longer
TH tolerate that ignorance and neglect
which imperils the nation in times
of great crisis. We must have young
1 our men physically able' to support the
ealth supreme obligations of citizenship
with when .the very existence of our coun-
failed try is dependent upon its man power.
ively Thus good ehalth becomes a question
rance of patriotism.
t liv- Further, society is going tb concern
went, itself more and more with the sub-
sible normals. The physically and men-
this tally defective are millstones tied to
after the neck of ,society. They are. eco-
e in- nomic burdens. It has been estTmated

A Mystery
A MOST

Drama

Full of
Years.

Thrills and Comedy.
The Best Drama of

A Play that
Its Kind Ever

COMPLETE PRODUCTION EXACTLY AS PRESENTED
YORK, BOSTON, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA, ETC.

has Stood . the
.Written.

T

AS ALWAYS IN "MIMES" PRODUCTIONS ALL CHARS
TERS ARE PLAYED BY MEN STUDENTS
MAIL ORDERS NOW -- Send check Wand self-addressed stamped
ALL SEA TS RESERVED - PRICE $1.00
SEATING CAPACITY LIMITED TO 500

mnv
the

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BOX OFFICE $ALE THURSDAY, MAY 4, AT

10:00 A. M.

fl

nR

e the foundation of all
work.
the people is the only
cracy has for the cor-
s evil: The promotion
undamentally an edu-
r. Every citizen must
pressed with the urg-
lding up and maintain-
healthy, harmoniously
active body; and to ac-
he must know the role

that at least one-half of our Ameri-
can people who should be economic-
ally productive are not 'holding up
their full end of the burden" because
of preventable subnormality, and are
being supported wholly or in part by
the other half which is industrially
active.r
Assuredly, the promotion of health
is an educational problem. Like edu-
cation it must reach every individual.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
FORMER STUDENT'S MARRIAGE

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PROTOGRAPHERS
Try-outs are wanted for the
photographic staff of the 41922-
1923 Michiganensian. Phone J.
B. Vlack, 1508W.

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N OTE

i Y 1 I1 iY I i I A

THIS 1s
AND

THE MOST
OPERATED

COMPLETE STUDENT THEATRE IN AMERICA
BY STUDENTS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT

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NOW
PIAY

or promoting

maintain a position
of civilization if its
e up of subnormals.
ust tbe 'made to feel
alth is fundamental
are and to the per
y and advancement

Word has been received of the mar.
riage of Rosalie Dunlap, Ex. '24 to
Walter R. Hickler, '21. The ceremony
took place in Chicago at the home of
the bride.
Mrs. Hickler, who left school at the
beginning of this year, has won con-
siderable reputation for her verse,
having published several pieces in the
College Anthology and in the various
campus publications. Hickler spec-
ialized in chemistry while at the Uni-
versity.
They will be at home in Belmont;
Mass.,.after the first of June.

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NOW PLAYING
who danced with danger in the notorious resorts of Madrid

A brilliant drama of a girl

ation be delegat-
r less obscure,1
ilth ageriy. It
part of our edu-
ie promotion of
be. of greatest

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ROBERT Z. LEONARD
PRESENTS

Mae

MVurray

A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION

.

IN

Fascination"

)MING!! COMING!!!
[ON EXTRAORDINARY
JUSSI I LASKY PRESENTS
Goa
I LIOE GbYS
WTN OPLENTINO
.LP
_ir~~armrt N aitm i ~ me

t

ATTRACTION
EXTRAORDINARY
LUXURIOUS
SETTING

P

ESTABLI5HED 181 ,
NWE: COR. FQRTYFOU+RTh &TREE P
NE1W ;Y0R1K

BEAUTIFUL THEME
REGULAR
PRICES
In Spain they play the game of love for keeps. See the frenzied passion of a jaded caboret singer and
what she does. Seldom comes to the screen a story, with such a human appeal :and a climax that will
hold you spellbound.
An Exceptional Cast REMEMBER
including , "PEACOCK ALLEY"
CRIGHTON HALE ,, and how Miss Murray capti-
HELEN WARE - vated all Ann Arbor?
VINCENT COLEMAN "FASCINATION"
COURTEANY FOOTE is greater and better than
and Others -.,, . "Peacock Alley"

ii

Telephone Murray Hill 88oo
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
May 4, 5 and 6

LAUGHS AND FUN

ADDE'D

TWO BIG REELS OF IT

"FROM SOU P&TO NUTS"
PERCY AND FERDIE
festuyIng

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SPEED AND ACTION

5SMI H I

ThRILLS AND HUMOR

with Samples of Ready-made Clothing,
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
For Spring

t

SuOWINt
Matinee
Eve
7 :00 --8:8
Last

I

COMING SOON -- THE WONDER 'ICTIR

RUDOLPH

zvshmsent of the Wardrobe"

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"BEYOND THE ROOKS"

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GLORIA

VALENTINO

Story by
INOR GLYN

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