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September 20, 1927 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-09-20

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As~1~,-~Diecor T~t~~ By.3risQuin)1Iain very well pleased with there
veteran A hlti D re to eaves Long- nho uemn ta jsouse ,to Freshman week-first of all
AsCac lding he. nost wouldnot thet response on the part of the advis-
Reco d Be ind As O her DuteCoah Fitli Ii tik er'," Prol., *William PFrayer of thre
take an activer 1a rt n. the directing of hisloydepartment, chairman of the
Command Undivided Attention th 8MciagiirnilhhnFehman Week committee, stated at
itwa made knownl that the position l h o lsionf of the program 'last
~TR~M~TRLAE OTL N A E R OF will be filled by line coach Elton E. Thoug[h)~i all of the attendance
E JVMNO I. SPs L N A E R OWieman, who has served on three > sheetsh P" T c had not been returnedl to his
TE THRRIYOREK T COACHING ENDED M~ichigan football teams and develop- a rtsmifra eot
ed the Wolverine lines since 1,921' t t h ~lieso hegop n
when heCORD s mde a lcimmberff.of the ".f ' i c ed tathe attendance had been
LEAVES LON ECR1aiean lE'Ca cgstf. nlrmnl good throughout the whole
- Co eb ad Wiema came toMichi- aer n
-liy Chamnnpionship Te~sa reNn-gnin11rmLs Angl, a. i.t groups, 70 of them composed
tered Among Those Diredted By Although he played English Rugby °' , lfl a 11 and 20 (if women, were formed
Retiring Coach foot ball duu-nn his high school career, .,,t" , to tke care of the incoming class,
his experienue in the American game, accordhing to P rofessor Frayer, and
(3'Hretede)Was limited to that gained in grammar' each faculty mnan was assisted by one
schoo. - i student chosen from the upperciasses.
Fielding Harris Yost, who has di-scolthUnvrTerspse fteuprlamn
eted the destinies of Michigan foot- Drn i is eri h nvr h epneo h pecase
x. teamis since the spring of 1901 sity Coach W i(emas played an end' Presidenut ('iaece Cooii i~lli w, ho worked was generally very good,
hen hie instituted the first spring position on the,, rershmen, team and XXWho spoke twvice to the Ereshni (oriig to the reports, though a
id drillslhas announced his retire-hsohmreyafun him ready( gathered for Fr1le m;n, I V;i.sidei'able number of additional
ent, from active coaching for the " ',,to ill the left1 tacknle berthI. In 1,117 1 ent Little aU rssd e n mim~ ine1 could have been used.
27sao drn hihh ih i-le was shiftyl! from the line to full j >(11it5 1both onon nti n hus o e -s r bryer al tributed the de-
to his entire time to the require- back position, w'hore hielproved his; da:,y nights. A largenmr itw eae in enrollmnent, which will
eats of his office as director' of in- versatility. by filling the position in l)Ole and lupl)C - clas; l n ratt;dd afleimt to between 150 and 200 stu-
collegiate athletics, which post- he a creditable manier. Althoug he was beth meetings, thouigh >c etir ieilt 1he enterning' class, first of
s held since July, 1921. + elected capt ain r the year .1917, ground Ifloor and pa rt of the h Ioy l to the increased rigidity of the
In mnaking ti noneet i oc Vea ii t' n h ry J ee'e o h is rrse Uiversity requirements. An increas-
ctor Yost wants it understood that Where he received fl ying training andal 01e Ienilenry was shown, he explained,

ald tls ft t a c u t d raC U N IO N Pi kL ° con { _derable num ber of those unable
E , P 1 S , o e:ter. Tw o other m inor factors ;. .
e tIomnohile banan the fact that
OF CON ERT p.5 ~ Quchi~s Univesity ad ~noueffe t er
[D Py pKf ye eop ening (date as September
fl ! 7 -V~ . ised of September 19, causing' {t: :
I NN I E !S irenumber of late registrants. ..
T'hecara of the Freshman
Wee committee also expressed the'
1~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~(1 ii lolll ~0 PI I ~ aiaW that the week had brought a ~
Will II' il I iii)A( 'ri~u'e number of human contacts to
TI S SEAkSON thefreshmnen class which they could ,
no ohewietav gained, and felt - .
*CHALIAPJ'N WILL COME -Ithat; the social contacts can not help , lProf. WillidanA. F'rayer
11ut benefit the entering men and Who served as chairman of the
~ ~ A~ rII~eNew )me. evn ate' clsse strt.Freshman Week comittee and was in
York Sympliony Orclicslra Alre f "Though I am perhaps unqualified to a large measure responsible for all of
Also Included render an opinion," Professor Prayer the arrangements of the period. Pro-
sad1 teFrsmnwekhsbe fessor Frayer also holds the position
Entering upon its forty-ninth axnnual 1to my innd ry successful indeed." ofatnasiatdenfthCleg
seris, he nivrsiy ChralUnin E ten iveof 'Literature, Science and Arts.
as announced the various jai its and.
attractions that will make up its pro- ee e
grams for the coming season. As in S eilF au e
concerts, the regular and the extra M id Du ng Y a To Be Included In
concert series, the first with six sep;- M d u ig Y a
arate programs and the second with Athletic Programs
five. Josef Hofmann,. Chaliapin, Gigli, Extensive ;repairs have been made
and the New York Symphony orchies-_ upon campus buildings this summer
tra are thought by the School of Msc1 and the imnprovedl structures are now Four colored lithographed covers,i
officials to form as otstanding aready for occupancy. Alterations special articles and illustrations' byl
group of attractions as have ever have been made in the department of ntoal nw epe nolpit
bebruhto111aitim. zoology, Nat iral Science building, a nlykonpope nalpit
It is the particular aim of time Choral walls and ceilings have been repaired iug of Capt.' Oosterbaan along with
Unin t histieaccrdngto and partitions have been moved, the largest program ever attempted,
ChalesA.Sin, pesden, t aquantRooms in the science building have will be the features of the programs
new students with the caliber of the ben re-arranged to accommodate for the 1927 football season, according
'musical programs that are offered,; especially equipped laboratories fore to a statement by Philip C. Pack, di-
andwit teiravilailiy o al,(lie'class work. Slate blackboards have rector of publicity.
to the comparative low cost of the sea- been installed to replace the old plas- The porm frteOi tt
son tickets. Descriptive folders have ter and composition board equipment game, which will be the souvenir of
been mailed to many, and may be 01)-I in the Natural Science building. Al- the formal opening, will consist of at
tamned by others at the School of terotare for the new school of forestry least 128 pages, a record issue, and
music offices on Maynard street.,opltd may even exceed that number.
Beniamino Gxigli, operatic tenor of The entire tr'ansportation library,
locaed n th forth loo of est Three complete freight carloads of
the Metropolitan, will open time reg- located. aperseordredtfromotermillWlas
ular series on October 7, making iss to gineerinxg building, has been movedMachvbendleradal
first appearance in -Ann Arborax. Few :t Davis library in East EngineeringFthswilbnesarfrteco-
building. Twelve men and a large Ipheei ofthesrorams. ecom
cities hear Gigli, since it is his cius- ;peino h rgas
tom at the close of the New York sea- motor truck were kept busy for two,
sontospndhi tme itxe i Sut rdays moving the books. Included in the isslies will be illus-
sonTh torspendchisatimeoeitheriinbSout
America or in Europe,siin only ai h rhtcualcleei en trated humor stories on football, in' its
fewconertdats. osaBaia, en-moved to the new building with the various aspects, with George S. Chap-
erally acknowledged to be one of the; exceptions of the offices." All draw- ell, W. R. Oakson, and Lloyd Mayer
Sing classes will be held in the new as the leading writer, and Guyas

Yost Has Produced More All-America,
Football Stars Than Any Other Coach

''lie year 1909 found Al Benbrook;

on~ l'C811)ia 0 tc a 21 .i b i1 L driU, anC i ili c - - - - - - - - - - - -L' '-'k, o iri 1" r
folowig earhu wa plce threopen the extra series October2. She, structure the first semester, it is re-
again, wile Staii Wells, a team mate, will be accompanied by (Giacomo ported. The old engineering annex,
was given a berth at endl by Camp. I Rimini, baritone. Both artists are of I formerly occupied by the drawing
Jim Craig was honored by a backfield the Chicago Civic opera comp-ilany, classes, will be used by the surveying
position in 1 1.n,, and in 19514 Johnny (Jrclaeslrzis r department. Several partitions are
1\ltmbesc unsnaed~i fll1)ck To ynphnyorhetrs ~l b ieing built mn thre .annex. Used in
Mauletsh nrnio as ful bac. To syphoy orhes~r, Nyil bei 1the newTh pope 1!)wtsedmciharbylaluinesuigte partitions will be the cinder.
Thepeole ho itnsse Mihi-head b loal udince dtm~ig te Iblocks with which the University is
gan's struggle wfi1ith hlarvard thiat year Year. Ossip Gabriiowitsch will bringI
wil nverfogetMalbt sfis plig-the Detroit symphony ocheslt.tr<< here expe~crimnentinig in acoustes.
ing. Tinmeate lihe carried time! December 12 as time third numbero of harboulr and Waterman gymnasums
Crimsomita on his hack dlown the' the extra series, while the . .YE i' 1 ave been varnished and painted inI
field to time very shadows of the THar- symphony, under tire lersom'_ita inete- 1 preparation for their use during the
yard goal psts only to have someone ILion of Walter iDamrosch, ih ie colya.Poorpi qimn

sent a program7
number of the
Danrosch, after

February 1, the fifth
reg:ular series. . Mr.
42 years as t'onduic-


1 tor- vrnlast ivear. but i-n r*1

Front 1914 to 1918 Michigan wasspuetrqetliiscmtcin
not represenltedl by any men on isos orqeth scnu~ig
Camps t am-. I-,,t dringthewarhis group on a short farewell tour.
year the fatheri of football picked an edrCaijin lhuhcn
all_ . sevc-emwihicuhdtwo sidered by critics to be the mo tf::-
aMichiga iewihicue ncm, Almendinger at gutard moos of the living singers, has .evr
and Smith att fullback. Alrnendimiger b een heard in Ann Aribor, ihri
wGas stationred at. For: t Sheridan wIll opera or in recital. Riissiaiby, bfirt,
n T - ,.. he as -niirsied a colornfulh carie cr since


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