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. tINDAVAPj IL 25, 1 26

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TSR=

SUNDAV~ APRIl4 2~, 1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ~

Pd ucation Curric,
Describing an expanded program,
tshe announcement of courses in ath-
letic coaching, physical education, and
administration, of the School of Ed- l
ucation for the 1926 Summer sessionj

sed In hys cal coaching, physical education, and ad-I administration, and organized play
i~ed n Phy ic' e ministration have been arrangedes and recreation; George A. May, gym-
- t pecially for those already engaged in nastics; Stephen J. Farrell, track;
, V0; S'physical education and coaching dur- Edwin J. Mather, basketball; Ray L.
ing the regular school year and for Fisher, baseball: Charles Bi. Hoyt,
any others who may wish to supple-'jtrack and athletic training; Clyde
are nor available in the 'administra- mnent the preparation already r-eceiv- Reynolds, first aid; Frank L. Hayes
tion offices of all departments. Th~e ed in colleges or professional schools., basketball; Harry G. Kipke, football
period will extend from June 21 to The courses embrace all of the import-I and baseball; Herbert Staads, assist-
July 31. ant problems of athletic coaching and ant. in athletic training.
The summer courses in athletic !are designed to fit men more. corn- I The equipment, as it pertains to the
petently to supervise athletics andI needs of specialized instruction in ath-
gymnastics in preparatory schools and! letics, includes Ferry field, Yost field
, " colleges, house, the Ferry field administration
Wedt.s Mac to nee The staff of instruction includles: ;building, the Waterman and Barbour
50 to $150 Coach Fielding H. Yost, football. l- gymnasiums. Students entering the,
~I KSat. Matinee I ton E. Wiemian, football and organiza- Summer session in this department
Ii ionandadministration of athletics; will enroll in the offices of the School
PRE1SENTS ?EmxD Mitchell, organization and !'of Education, Tappan hall, June 19.

Some of the 15 courses to be offered IDe th OfF th r 'IIlliiIIlfli!1!1ltIIit11lIIIIIIIIIIE
are those in organized play and recrea- "e t fF te
ti on, by Mitchell; physical examine- DetainsPr fso..=W N E
tions, anthropometry, and corrective P o e s r-W N E
exercises, by Dr. May; practicalhy Discarded U#
geeDrRenlstrcanfel DutotedahohifahriDiardathletics. by Farrell and Hoyt; school ICaliftnia, Prof. Everett S. Brown, of O vercoats and Shoes
programs in physicalI education, byi the political science department will__
IDr. May: and athletic training and' be detained there for an indefinite HihsCahPce ad 2
conditioning, by Hoyt and Staads. In 1perwod of time,.lHe has been away HSetCs aePi
addition there will be. several courses fromn the University since the weekh
in football, basketball, and baseball before spring vacation, and his class- Th
coaching, offered by Coaches Yost, es are being:* conducted by other mem-
M~ather, and Fisher and assistants. lhers of the department. ~jjQ r w
WASHINGTON.-Government sane- Two swinmers on this year's all- ST R=
tion to the recent merger of the As- American swimming team will returnST R5
sociated Oil company and the Tide- again to the University of Wisconsin dIIIlI ast Ann PhIIIIIIIIIlIIlI
water Oil company, was given today. next year. 1110110ltl1llllltlllllO

One Week
Beginning Sunday
April 25

SiARI

BREAIKS, iC.

A Comedy of Love, Youth and& Baseball
--With-

jty
TW-"bd re
Westmoa

GLAI)YS
LLOYD

PAUL
and KELLY

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Hot or Cold, Rain or Shine
There 's But One Decision

SEEIT NW

STARTING SUNDAY MATINEE

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Direct fromt BroadwayI
Where, as "Solid Ivory," Al, the bonehead pitcher, and Ruth,
the substitute girl manager, convulsed the delighted fans.

Laughter l3oesn 't Come in Larger Sizes Than Ths

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One Week Only
Beginning
Monday, April 26

The BONSTELLE
PLAYHOUSE

Nights, 75e to $1.50
Matinees'
Tuesday, Thursday
Saturday
W0e'and Vie

GREATER THAN ALL DENNY'S THfAT HAVE
GONE BEFORE - AND THAT MEANS JUST
JUST ONE WOW FOR OUR DRESS COMEDIAN

THE BMiE CMPN
E ngagenment Extraordinary
SHAKESPEARE'S GREAT LOVE STORY
mooandJuliet
IN MODERN DRESS
A distinct innovation in Detroit, but one in which the Bonstelle
Company scored heavily on the occasion of two recent performances.
Being .presented by SPECIAL REQUEST.
i8SHSIAKESPEARE MODERN?
L SHUBERTE
laFgvPttP Blvd. of t S hv-DEtTROJT- -Pboq C diilnc 8705. I
i ONE WEEK ONLY, BEGINNING XIONDIY APRIL 26
F. RAY CONSTOCK sand MORRIS GEST
Have the Great Honor to Announce
for the First and Only Time in Detroit
F The Moscow Art Theater
} ~Musical Studio
of Vladimir Nemirovitch-Dantchenko
GALA PRIEIIERE MONDAY EVENING AT 8S
(Benefit Sigma Gamma 'onvalescent Home for Crippled Children)
"Carmencita and the Soldier"
Monday Evening, April 26; Tuesday Evening, April 27; Wednesday
Matinee and Evening, April 28; Thursday Matinee and
i Evening, April 28; and Friday Evening, April 30.
":LYSISTRATA" Saturday Matinee anid Evening, May 1

/

SUPPORTED BY PRETTY
LARLAPAT
and a dozen of the screen's best comedias
setting a ioo mile an hour pace

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WHITNEY ~heater Arl2
t Mo~nday Evening, r l2
The M st Sucessfu
Comed Hitof Years
OI CD ' tARTHUR HOPKINS
..._ .. _ _. _ _...__ _, _.. ...Presents the
r; UNFORGETABLE
PLAY
* 0 IOKUSW hat

Ili ",SKI:NER'S IBRESS SUIT'-
Oh1, I zdy ! roll' thenl all together
and~ mujltiply by Itll and Iyou have
swio idea as to the kind of a
"Denny" this "Skinncr's Dress Suit"
is. What a. laugha-felt you are $1i
for wheni you 5C=' D1ennay 41d a
fortune o111 of a diiess-suit that he
didn't wanlt in the first place-
hadn't paid for Iin the second place
and Wouldn't give up in the last
pac. It's delightful, wimnsical,
simulatinmg, breezy farce done as
tuly Dlennmy can do it.

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Made from Henry Irving
Dodge's Famous Saturday

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Written
By
Maxwell Anderson
and
Laurence Stallings
Author of
"The Big Parade"

Price
Glory

/1 Evening P
BTI
WEIRD
PAPAT
SHUFF
""A 'Mr
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ost Stories.

EXCLUSIVE

ARCADE FEATURES,

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IF YOU COULD HEAR THOSE MELODIOUS,
NOTES IT'WOULD MAKE'YOU SAY 1"SWEETr
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ATLAN RICE SPORTLIGHT

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Exactly as Presented in New York,
Philadelphia and Boston

Wi7th an Exceptional Cast of Players, headed by Jack Boseleigha,
~Jack Ca rh4c, l)esircte Stemnpel, W'Iillardl Joray. Supported by twenty-
five others.
"'ruddy g'ei, rich in hinw."-Percy Hammuoad, Nrew York Tribune:
"Treminidous sardonic la ug'hter ils its every scene."-Alexander
Foolcolt, New York Sun.

S17N DA

MUSICALLY
With time O Igi llao Opus by Nis
GWENDOLYNE WILSON
.rcade Planet'

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