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___________ THE' MICHIGAN DALY__ ______________

VETERAN AMON01G TRoACKt COACHES 1PIRNIII All

tak, under a decision aidopted by the association. Further, trainers and
governing board of the German thor- jockeys are forbidden to handle such
IS OMMTTE oghibred breeders' and horse-racers animals.
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the University hospital, is a member
of the national committee on nursing
education which has just published a
boo0k entitledl "Nursing and Nursing
1+ducation in the United States".
The book is the report of a sur vey
of nursing education by a committee"
composed of practical nurses, public!
health officials, professors 01: niedi-i-
cine and practicing physicians. It'
took three years to evolve the book,;
and, according to Prof. Darnall. "The
'work will standl as an authority on
nursing education." The investigation
was made possible by the Rockefeller.
foundation.
Germniy liars Bookie Entries
Berlin, April 18. by (A. P.)-Any
horse belonging to a bookmaker orl
members of his staff will hereafter be
barred from racing ona.a German

MN&IWNMA Now

TLURKISH PASTE SOc. lb.

The' MaeDiarmid Candy Co,
Next to Arcade Theatre

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STEVE, HAS A I3UNC1H
Get "IM 1To TALK~-, eTWHef ¢ WINNERS. J,1
#e Wes, BOl " S ME MKN. :
Under tihe guidance of its veteran coach, Michigan.' track team is ack noleldged 10'1)e well on the way to
top in this year's competition. 'Steve' is one of the oldlest track coac hes, in point of service, in the couln-

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t ry.

WALTER HAMPOEN WILL
ni aui irnr ii "Wrtii fl

"Othello" is the only Shakespearean
pity that he will appear in here. The
Saturday afternoon matinee will be

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r i 1 flt I Il U I 0 ILU, somewhat ini the nature of a novelty.
_______"The Ring of 'Truth", a new play by
FAM3OUS SHAKESPEARE AN ACTr1OR Arthur Go00(drich and Rose P almer
TO MAKE LAST APPEARANCE I will be the attraction at that time. 1
HERE THIS WEEK The play is based on Robert. Brown-I
ing's famous poem, "The Ring and tile
One of the greatest dramatic events I Book" the old legend of the death of
of the year will occur on Friday anda PompiTilia at the hand of her jealous
Saturday of this week when Walter' husband Guido. This will be offered
Hampden the great Shakespearean by Walter Hamncen at New York for,
actor will offer three performances at 111 tie first l ime when he, takes up hist
the Whitney theater. engagement with the National Thea-I
Ever since his first apearance ill this tre in the fall.
country in Charles Kennedy's famous
play, "The Servant in the House", Nor. k""".-
Hamnpden has demonstrated his right
to take his position with E. H. Sothern T T I I E T A
as the -greatest Shakespearean actor i I N L I l
of the age. His repertoire of Shake-
spearean roles includes such charact-'
er's as Hamlet, his greatest success, Yorbn hudb
Shylock, Macbeth, Petrucchio, Romeo efficient. But that is r
and other roles made famous by Ed-;
win Booth and Edmund Keene. In his service to. be of the In,
last appearance in Ann Arbor last
year he performed Shylock in "The± be also intelligent and
Merchant of Venice."
It is as Othello that Walter Hamp-Taisw tthsbn
den will open his engagement here
on Friday night. This tour is the first
time that Hampden has essayed the I AR ER & M
role of the jealous Moor, but he hasl
nmet with such success that he will
include it as one of the chief features O Ald
of his repertoire in the future._____________________

On Saturday evening, he will appear!
in Philip Massinger's sardonic comedy
"A New Way to Pay Old Debts". The
leading role Sir Giles Overreach has
not been played in this country since
Edwin Booth.
This is the last visit of Walter
Hampden to Ann Arbor prior to his
assuming in September the lease or
the National Theater'ill New York
which will become his producing
headquarters. Rt. R.
Arest Studsenit,, for Speedingt
Trriee students were arrested Mon-
day in the city for speeding. Each3
wxas fined $15.
NJD ITERES'TED
sound, accurate and
lot enough.. Banking
ost use to you shoulda
interested.
:k tries to be.
330 So. STATE ST. x

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Earn Extra Ore dits
an Cool Lake Shore
The change and recreation so necessary to everyone are
here ideally combined with superior opportu.nity for ed- T'uxet
ucational advancement. Boating, swimming, tennis,rva
concerts, dramatic performances, inspiring lectures",
ate., are here availablev t
SUMMER ON LAKI: Eveni
SESSIONNo. .raIcHIGAN GoClf,
Organized excursions to industrial, financial and art
centers of Chicago. Courses covering full year's work
in General Chemistry. Physics or Zoology, for students
interested in Medicine. Dentistry or Engineering.SA I
Slimer Sesison (OPll5 .Mille 25th
uraduate iichool xLaw crzoo
College of Liberal Arts School of Music
School of Commerce School of Speech
School of Education School of Journalism
r---BOOKLET REQUEST---
IPlease send mas *"Education Pius Recreation 'd escribing
fai the courses of NOETHWESTERN dN7VERSFT
HUMRSEcSSIONaend other adlvanttattes, recreational 1
and educational.t
IName ______ 1
Full Address
Address 'VALTIM DILL SCOTTr, Presidenit
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY _______
6014 Uniiversity Hll, lEVA1 oNTON . II.

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Now that old king ,Tut has bE
are again fascinated by the lore o-f c
The Egyptians left behind the
their mode and manner of living
Without these' pictures, history wV
which hzas made it such a fascinatin;
Once again we are impressed v
truth of the slogan:
"YOUR STORY IN PICT
NOTHING UNI
Today business men realize mc
ance of telling, their sales story
pictures. J
Amos Parrish, one of the great+
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Upon your choice of illustratioi
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The Crescent Engraving C~mpa
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thousands of years ado,
could lose the exactness
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students just back from vaca-
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you enjoyed at home is an Ar-
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