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TJIE NIC HIGAN DAILY

l GALMIPAY YOST TRIBUTE1

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French Tragedietnne To Give
Recital In Detroit Tomorrow

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ociatloti Adopts Resolutions
Hontor of "<"raiiI Old Malt" of
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IjPEQLTST coACH TO RtExAIN
I N PRESENT POSITION
Fielding H. Yost, director of inter-
i.collegiate athletics, Michigan's "Grand
^'Old Man" for 23 years, received anoth-
er tribute for his services to Michigan
:ayesterday In a resolution passed by the
.Alumni- association of Chicago. The
~resolution requested the coach to re-
Jmam -ini his present capacity as head
~coach of football. Copies of the reso-
~lution, which follows, were sent to all
mem~bers of the coaching staff :
"We, the members of the Univer-
ity of Michigan Alumni association of
:Chicago, hereby express our deepest
,,-'ppreciation of Coach Fielding H. Yost
'syor his great service and untiring ef-
f~orts in behalf of athletics at the Uni-
' ersity of Michigan, and we, hereby
vish to make due recognition of his
ability and genius as a coach ,as de-
e'lnonstr ated by him time and time
again oil the football field.
"we commend the spirit of true
sportsmanship and clean play which
he. has instilled in our athletes as man-
ifested by them on. the athletic field,
wherey they have been able to reflect
credit upon our University; we ex-
press. our appreciation to the entire
staff of assistant coaches for their
good work as reflected in champion-
ships 'won by our. Alma Mater and we
hereby request Coach Yost not to re-
tire- from his well earned position, but
to continue in his present capacity, In
which capacity the entire athleticl
world has learned to love and respect
hIifn.'
PROFESSOR COM PIES
NEW FRENH REAER

'A unique and brilliant evening of
song, poetry and dtrma is promised
when Mine. Georgette Leblanc, the
great French lyric trageadenne, gives
a recital at 8 o'clock tomorrow night±
in the ballrooom of Hotel Statler, De-
troit, under, the auspices of L' A111-,
i ante Francais. Mmne. Leblanc is uni-
versally regarded as one of the fore-
most* living dramatic artists, a woman
of rare histrionic talents and wonder-
ful exotic beauty; "like a sinuous,
golden peacock," as one critic declar-
ed recently. Her Detroit recital is her
only appearance in this locality and
many devotees of the drama and the
French language are planning to 'at-
tend.
Mmne. Leblanc has arranged a pro-
gram well calculated to exhibit her
Imanifold talents. She will recite' the
famous Tower scene from Maeter-
linck's "Pelleas and, Melisande" and
the equally famous Tent scene from
the same author's 'Monna Vanna"'.
Muse.; Leblanc rossesses the distinct-
ion of having played "Pelleas" for the'
first time with Sarah Bernhardt.
She is generally regarded as Maeter-
inck'6 Inspiration for. both dramas.
ISome short poems of Baudelaire and
Verlaine will illustrate French. lyric
poetry. Mmne. Leblanc has added, to
these an unconvential musical pro-
gram of songs by Igor Stravinsky,
Reynoldo Hahn, Bizet, .Gretchaninoff,
Alfred Casella,}, Gaillard, Bordes and
Poulenc. She is. said to possess a
splendid voice, although as with most
singers of her type, mere vocal beauty'
is not the aim of her singing.
Tickets will be on sale before the
recital at '$2 and $3. E.H.A.

AT1DETRITHIGH SCHOOL
Harold Coff man, permanent execu-
tive secretary of the Student, Christ-!
ian association, Fielding H. Yost, S. N.
Muirhead, '24, and HI. 0. Steele, 125,
spoke at a Hi -Y meeting at Northern
jhigh school at Detroit yesterday after-;
noon. Their services were secured by
the school through the extension div- I
ision. Harold Coffman presided at the
meeting.

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YOST ILL REPRESENT
MICHIGAN AT ONEECE
Fielding H. Yost, director of inter-
collegiate athletics, will represent
Michigan at the meeting of the Na-
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Prof. Marcel' Clavei, of the Rom-
since languages department, is just
finishing a French' reader which will
be issued sometime. in the spring. This
reader, entitled "Terres, et gens de"
F~rance", is composed of somte twenty
short ' stories and narrative sketches
describing the scenery, the people. anil
the customs of the main regions- of
France. Only one of the selections
has ev~er been edited for class u.se..
The list of authors~ includes such
well-known writers as Gustave Flaw-
bert,, 'Alphonse Daudet, Emile Zola,l
Henit, 'Bordeaux; and such repr~e-
sentatlAes of. the regional school as
Jean Ajalbert, A. LeBraz,, Georges
Beaume, snd Louis Pergaud.
Fiaal 1Mail Rush
Sets New Record
The sub-station post office in the
Arcade was kept busy fr~om early
morning until closing time last night
receiving. and mailing packages. andI
laundry cases for students. Officials
at the station said that it was the
greatest rush that they have experi-
ence since the sub-station was estab-
lished.
Students were lined 'up from the
windows where the mail was received
out the doors and for several doors up
the Arcade at 1:30 o'clock yesterday.
It was necessary for many of them to
stand In line for over a half hour be-
fore it was possible to mail their pack-
ages or laundry cases, 'which were be-
ing sent to all parts of the country.

to be held Dec. 27-29 at Atlanta, Ga.
This meeting is an annual affair
held for the purpose of bringing to-
gether representatives of all the large
colleges and 'universities to discuss i
collegiate. athletics for the purpose of
bringing them t~d a higher stage of,
development. Athletic directors from
all= parts of the country will' be pres-
ent 'at the meeting in Atlana.
Coach Yost will speak, tonight at a
football banquet at Baldwin-'Wallace'
college at Berea, Ohio. From there
he will go to' Fairmont, W. Va., for a
visit, at his home there. Qn Dec.
21 he will be in Nashville, Tenn, where
he will remain until Dec. 25-wihen he
w ill ,go to Atlanta.
HERITGEFRATERNIT
BUYS IVES RESIDENE
Announcement was made yesterday
by the H"ermitage fraternity of the
purchase of the Ives house and
grounds lying" near the intreio
of Ferdon road and Granger avenue.
The Hermnitage is at present located
at the corner of Oakland avenue and]
East University.
The Ives property has long been re-
garded as a suitable home for a fra-
ternity because of the size of the'
'house, which is of square, cement con-
struction, and the speciousness of the
grounds. The fraternity will move to
its new house just prior to the open-
ing of school next fall.

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