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JRSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY P1

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GRIDIRON MENTORS
PUISH BOOK
Manual for Football Men Written by
Yost, Little and Wleman Will
Appear oon
TEXTBOOK COMPILED FROM
DATA OF ATHLETIC OFFICE
"Football For Coach and Player" i
the name of a textbook on all phase
of football written by Fielding H. Yost
director of Yntercollegiate athletics
and Coaches Little and Wieman whic
will soon be published here. The book
is said to be one of the most detailed
on the subject yet written and wil
serve as a textbook to be used it
Michigan's Summer coaching school
The book, which is the product o
the combined efforts of Michigan'
three football mentors, will probably
be off the press by the end of th
present school year. In its organiza-
tion it takes up every detail of the
great intercollegiate game and treat
the various essentials of the sport ir
its respective chapters.
The material is arraiged under th
following chapter heads: history of th
game, planning the season, blocking
tackling, fundamentals of line play
fundamentals of backfield play, kick
ing game, forward pass, forward pas
defense, offense, defense, formatior,
and plays, generalship, coaching prob.
l lems, training, scouting, and football
as a character builder.,
The data and statistics used in th
book is that compiled by the Athleti
office during many years from the per-j
formance of Michigan's atletic teams
It is used throughout the book in giv-
ing the facts that are thought neces-
sary to train both coaches and play.
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DRAMA
As the last program in the series
of plays and recitals given by Prof. R.
D. T. Hollister's Play Production
classes Eugene O'Neill's three-act tra-
gedy "Beyond the Horizon" will be
lpresented at 8 o'clock tonight in Un-
iversity hall.
The cast for the play will consist
of Robert B. Henderson, '26, James
ii. Rosoff, Vera Katz, '24, Harold Frit-
sche, '24, Jessie M. Cherrigton, grad.
Edward T. Gibson, '25, Marguerite
Bissell, '24, William N. Viola, grad., Al-
bert P. Wagner, '26.
The play is also being staged and
new lighting equipment and staging
materials worked out by members of
i~the classes.
"Beyondthe Horizon" was awarded
the Pulitzer prize in 1920 and has been
hailed as one of the greatest of mod-
ern dramas. It has been described as
"a sound and convincing drama, cut-
ting clean home to the primal facts o
life, love, ambition, jealousy, hatred."
Much of O'Neill's own life is said to be
written into the play. For many years
he led a vagabond existence which
carried him to all parts of the world
His career has included experience as
adventurer on land as a "denizen of
Sthe docks," friend ofrthe gamblers, ac-
t or and newspaper reporter.
ll An admission of 50 cents will b
charged those not holding season
tickets.
Jefferson Weet Closed to Traffic
Jefferson street between State and
Maynard is temporarily closed to traf-
fic. The pavement is torn up while
the pipes from the new Literary build-
ing are connected with the city storm
sewer. The street will be open to traf-
fic again within a few days.

Unique Educator

Show Cases In Yost Field House PRS [oJHOSS Read The Daily "Classified" Colun
,Show { B

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Cups, flags, prize footballs and base- track shields won last year. One is I
balls, shields, banners, and all those for tip national chUanpifnshi p and the R. B. Tarr, 24, was unanimously
ar erd{ .nh ther the Bi; Ten title award. elected president of the Students
rs r y gt o sttuettes won by Coah Far-i Press club of the University for the
j championships (Guying the past 40 z cll's men are also in the atihltic of- coming senester at its meeting held
4 } 44Y :. years will soon be displayed in show fice and these will be moved to the'
cases lining the north entrance to Yost field house if room is available in the at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday night in room
' field house. diplay rows. 207 of University hall. Ellen Mac-
:These trophies, which Michigan In tihe future all captured footballs lean, '25Ed, was also unanimouslyt
points to with pride as won by her and baseballs will go in the cases de- elected treasurer. Other officers chos- 9
loyal sons on field and diamond, are signed for this kind of award. "The en were Ronald Halgrim, '25, vice-x
..4" ..: now being gathered from the various Little Brown Jug," which Michigan president, and Thelma Andrews, '24?
places where they have remained in again won last year, will also be on secretary.
4 useen glory, be plce o display in one of these case-. A report was heard from this se-
emester's secretary reviewing the ac-
athletics-'to tivities carried on by the organiza-
At the present time 21 cases are be-A tion during this entire semester and
{YV 4":{;:;; ;? ~}' ng uA t teprnt tie21alsoneareobe
ing built into the walls on the two Tn Iisif Detroit a list was also given of speakers that
} }j . " entrances to the Yost field house may be heard at future meetings.
These will house many of the trophies The date for the next gathering wa1
while the walls will be lined with Students in the Automobile En- set for Feb. 15. If. Mi. Nimo, editor
.. shields and pictures of former Mich- gineering department will visit twc I of the Detroit Saturday Night, will!
4 igan teams. The moving of these Detroit automobile companies and the probably speak at this time.,
trophies to the field house will be Auto Show on an inspection trip tc _ - -
done betwen semesters. that city tomorrow. The party will "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
The awards ncw in Waterman gym- leave from the Interurban depot at 7 j quickly. -Adv.
nasium which will be moved to the o clock.
field house are as follows: Fifty-three Students of both literary and engin-j
footballs from winning games, 163 eering colleges will be excused fror GE ERALSTEAMSHIPeAGT
baseballs, 80 various pictures, and 28 lasses. The plants to be visited willGTickets. Travelers checks, Letters of reait. Tour-
r.,will-'T I 1t su races etcPssp, ves fCerne.
"silk banners. These are now in Dr. be the Ford Motor company in High- apers, readmission affdavits, etc. Information.
May's office. Dr. Sunderland's office land Park and the Cadillac Motor Car Lines Europe, Orient, Cruisem, Tours, etc.
T. Mair'elhIs Marshall and in the hallway of Waterman gym- company. s papers bring relatives and friends to
Within a short time Mr. Marshall nasium. id Best ELur 6s nes ome Suot.
will be placed at the head of an eu- sides these there ae many oter Patronize The Daily advertisers. Phone 1384 ANN ARBOR, MICH.
remnants of Michigan's greatness in
cational institution to be established athletics which are at present stored
at Charlestown, W. Va., exclusively in the office of the Athletic associa-
for men and] wcen whn h d tion. Prominent among these are two

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But nowhere is there greater need or greater
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Insurance, as a profession, affords con-
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commercial and industrial world.
The Insurance Company of North
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Out of this long experience it urges those
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j LL 1MI tIIU w(Iltu wm ave serveu
terms in prison. He is also sponsor-
ing the school, which will be known
as the Letha Watts Memorial univer-
sity.
Mr. Marshall is a millionaire moun-
taineer who has long been prominent
in educational circles. He was the
first person to be elected director for
life by the National Educational as-
sociation.

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Extra Saturday morning, Feb. 9.
All campus organizations hold-
ing house parties at that time are
requested to mail a list of guests
and chaperones to the editor of
the J-Hop Extra as soon as
possible.

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