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SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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inwhich over 900 college athletes
YO ST RETURNSgFROM rtm;pated. .
At For t Worth, Texas, Coach Y0,t1
1 4o n o nr M iiiun T-f!Iin had the' unique experience, probably

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Coach cciiaple FIirtie ' . lTo utli
After Addressing AlumiiI
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WJONORED BY OFFICIALS
Fieling TT. Yost,' director oif inter-
collegiate athletics, has returned to
Ann Arbor after an extensive speak-
inn, tour of the south and the south-
west. Coach Yost, 'in an interview
yesterday, stated that this was hisr
first visit to the southwest and he
consequeintly had one of, the bestl
times of his life, and he was honored!
wherever he went. Coach Yost left
Ann Arbor March 10 and has been
traveling through the south, talking
before alumni groups and the like,
since he lefty the city.
Coach Yost started his speaking tour
by addressing a group of alumni and
prep) athletes ini Detroit . at the De-1
troit Athletic club ' on the evening of'
March 10. He then traveled to Newl
Orleans to addre'as a group of Mich-!
inn alumni on ivMarchi 21. While inl
New Orleans Coach Yost addressed
Lhe, student "body of, tulane uniiver-
sity. At this gathering he (leclared
that the present w ve of suicide isI
niot evidenced amiong the athletes.,
Also the principles of physical educa-!
tion were discussed in their relation
to theo students and the coaches.
From New Orleans Coach Yost tra-
veled west to Auslin, Texas, where lie
nddressed five different groups, in-
eluding civic clubs, high school and
college athlced. While in ;A.u tin
Coach Yost was the honorary referee,
of tl a Texas relays, in which hiel
judged a marathon race of 26 miles.l
An Indian girl-Lola Cuzarare, 14"
r years old, of the Tarahumaras tribe---
won the r'ace. While in Austin, Tpexas,
Coach Yost witnessed the forwarding
of a,message to him from the Gover-
nor of Texas through the primitive
mneans of Indian runners. These run-
ners ran 89 miles in 14 hours and 46
minutes in order to deliver their,
inessa ge to Coach Yost.
From Austin, Yost went to Houston,j
where besides speaking at several
luncheons "lie was again an honoraryE
official at a track meet. The event

the only one of its kind, of addressing
a breakfast, composed of the business
1men of the city. He also spoke at a
1 din~ner in Fort Worth, 'which took
place on March 27. While in Fort
Worth Coach Yost was presented with
A. 10-gallon cowboy hat besides a "Mia"
Fegs walking stik. On lop ofj
these he was elected to the Long H-ornI
club for life. In speaking before a
group) of busii ss men he stated that (
his life time endeavor is to locate anI
oil well, but hie has never had the
necessary luck. While in Fort Worth
Coach Yost was written up in a char-
. actor sketch by Pop Boone, 'the famous
chiaracer writer. B'oonie picturedI
jYost as a "rare combination of char-j
acter; are idealist with a steel malletr
in each hand and an iron shoe on each
foot. While underneath the softness'
of his voice one may detect the growl
iof a bulldog."
IFollowing several informal talks in
Texas Coach Yost traveled north to,
'Tulsa, Okla., where hie addressed a
large gathering of alumni on March
28. From Tulsa Yost traveled direct
to Ann Arbor.
jCoach Yost will remain in town for
several days before starting on several
short trips.
H-enderson To Direct
Company Of Players
HereIDu ring~ummer

Shaw's "Fanny's First Play"; "Hay ed on the campus for several sum-1facmn rmJn olsltr
Fever" by Noel 'Coward; "'The Jest" mners. Miss Kearns recently was Wal- New York production " The Road tof
by Sem Benelli; Michael Arlen's ter Hampden's leading lady, playing Rome", and who was selected, fron, a
"These Charming People"; Shake-1 the role of Juliet, also Nerissa in, large field of contestants as one of the ;
speare's "Much Ado About Nothing"; "The Merchant of Venice," and BrancaI five 'aramount Junior stars of Fa-
and "Gammer Gorton's Needle." in "The Taming of the Shrew".; mous-Players Lasky corporation. Ie j
The company is composed of, all Other featured players of the comn- ihas also played Mecutio in Jane1
young actors, college graduates for:j panty, which will includ~e ten meta- Cowl's production of "Romeo and Ju-
the "most part, of which the nucleus her3; in all, include Reynolds Evans, liet."
acame from the University. Elsie I tern- praised by critics as one of the dis- This is the second annual season
don Kearns, who is now playing lead- I tinguished members of Walter Itamp-; of seve'n summer plays given by the
ing lady for the group was formnerly (den's company and for tiro past yeart Rockford Players. The performances
with the Ben Greet pliayers and l te leading man for the Rockford Play- are being p~roduced for the benefit
Shakespeare playhouse, and has play- ers; Amry Loomis, '22; Char~res frock- of the Wonen~s League building.

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also many other kinds of paper in all sizes.
Everything for the Student.
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Just Before Spring Recess-And What a Show!I
We C'ouln't Reep ItI liitil ToouG~ot Back-,Real Elsewhtere inth 'is Announicement
And Now for More Laughs Than McFadden's Flats!

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31;,1v ties funnier thani the funniest:
t hing you've ever seen-(Irthe Better
Mle," greater thian the original car-
tooi, g reater than the stage play
I ~i rtili 5yd1Chalin's inimnitable
eharaaterizart fiici of "Old Bil1."
QUt:INN MARITIN «f "The New lYorli
World" wis' right when lie said: "It
#,; tiele t }< uilost upirotarious stuii'
to) be found,"

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Under the direction- of. Robert Hen-
derson, '26, the Rockford Player s will
present a series of seven plays dur-
ing the six wee'ks from June 27 to
Aug. 6 iIn Sarah. Caswell Angell hall,
it is announced by Edward H. Kraus,
dean of the Sum mer session. The
company, which just completed .30
consecutive weeks of stock at 'the
1 Rockford theater, Rockford, Ill., have
with them Elsie Hierndon Kearns,
IReynolds Evans, Amy Loomis, '22 and.
Charles Brokan.
The list of plays which will be given
every :Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday eveninga with spec'ial
Friday performances, a~e arranged to
cover most the range of the theater,
including the oldest English farce ex-
tent and some of the latest metropol-
itan comedies. The complete list of
titles follow : "Aren't We All," by
Frederick Lonsdale; George Bernard

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this time was the Rice
classic track event of the

relays, the
southwest,1

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Read What The Critics Said!

PIClY

. . . Gave tne autdlice puor- stimi-
achl-aching laughs thanl in ma~an 'y
mioonis of pici urei, The Jilmn is
fwiny, uproariously, aalmaost iiys-
tearically so.
-Rosce MacCowvan in
the New York New.,

4 ialin's charact er dr awing is
(%nf 4f the 1i aestlthings, ever given
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Bett.er (JI& is a ectrI-nedy claassic.
- - F. David Strauss in
Thlee Morning Telegraph.
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