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WEDNESDAY, JLUY 3, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
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'WISCONSIN PRESENTS I College Net King
PHYSICAL EDUCATION),i',~

COACHING__CURRICULA
GROWTH OF BADGER SUMMER
COACHING SCHOOL IN
RECENT YEAR MARKED
LITTLE NAMED DIRECTOR
Wisconsin Varsity Coaching Staff
Retained To Form Coaching
k School Faculty
(Special To The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., July 3-The an-
nual summer session in physical
education and athletic coaching of
the University of Wisconsin started
here Monday when the vacation,
students were registered at the old
Armory gym. The Badger school,
which attracts coaches and ath-
letic teachers from all sections of
the country, lasts six weeks. It
terminates August 9.
The growth of the summer coach-
ing school has been comparable to
the rapid development of the reg-
ular four year professional course1
in physical education. This year
Guy Lowman, who directs the
course, has received more inquiries
than ever before and predicts a re-
cord enrollment. Between 125 and
150 are expected.
All of Wisconsin's varsity coaches
have been retained on the summer
session staff, which is headed by
Director George E. Little. Mr. Lit-
tle will offer his course ,in "Organ-
ization and Administration of Phy-
sical Education." Guy S. Lowman,
in addition to his baseball work,
will present two recreational sub-
jects.
The football instruction will be
handled by Head Coach Glenn
Thistlethwaite and his new first
lieutenant and line coach, Leonard
"Stub" Allison. Dr. Walter Mean-
well will expound the theories of
his pivot-pass, criss cross offense to
those enrolling in the basketball
classes. Coach Tom Jones will teach
the technique of track and field
games.

*Prominent Students
Here For Research
Representatives of three of the
largest observatories in this country
as well as students from several
other prominent institutions are
doing research work at the Univer-
sity Observatory this summer.
All these visitors are particularly
interested in the lectures of Prof.
E. A. Milne, who is presenting the
results of his research on the at-
mospheres of the sun and the stars.
CjLAS SI FIEj I
ADVERTISING
THE RAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY
SHOP OFFERS A
Marcel at 75c; Finger wave at $1.00;
Permanent wave at $8.50. Dial 7561.
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Open for Summer School
310 S. State St. Phone 7927
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fairl
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.!
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FOR RENT-Two large rooms for
men students; two blocks from
campus. Call at 917 E. Huron.
No. 9, 10

FOR RENT
FOR 'RENT-Single rooms at $2.50
at 604 E. Washington. No. GI
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment.
One double room. One single
room. Dial 6979 in the morning
or evening. No. 9, 10, 11

WANTED
WANTED-Responsible
for afternoon work
Theatre.

young man
at Majestic!
No. 10, 111

A One Day Cruise over the Great International
Highway of Lakes and Rivers
Big 00. ah o
Come to Detroit and enjoy an outing on this popular excursion
steamer. Music and free dancing on shipboard, and quiet,
breeze-swept decks where you may sit in comfort and watch
the traffic of the Great Lakes and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
FAMOUS TAS MOO PARK
Six hours on the island for outdoor fun; quiet groves equipped for picnic
dinners, a large dancing pavilions baseball diamonds, running tracks,
boating, bathing, and a fine 18-hole golf course.
PORT HURON, SA A, ST. CLAIR FLATS
R USS LL ILAN D
Leavirg foot of Griswold Street, 9 a. m., every day, S tamer Tashmoo
sails pas':the eastern half of Detrot-s great river front; along til e shore of beauti-
ful B;e Isle and across the blue waters of Luke St. Clair to tt1eUnited States ship
caald . rnd then through- the woidertul St. Clair Fliats, "The.Vei fee of eAmrerica,"
the ,nest fishing ground in the worldaid the arzdise fhunters.tht n on up the ma-
jesicSt.Clair River toSarntia and Part Ha roni.'The ride of61 miles each way is titrough
aeonstantiychangingpanoram aofroreirnl dwaterviews.TheTashmooreaches
Port Huron at 2:00 p. m.,leaves at 3:10 p. ii. and arrives back in Detroit at 7:45 p.m.
FOR AN A TENoON fRIDE
Take Str. Florida to St. Clair Flts or Tash moo Park. Lv.1:30 p. . Return on Str.
Tashimoo, 7:45 p.m. SUNSET SPECIAL: Satuirdays andi Sundays. Lv. 2 p.m. Return
7:45 or 10:15 p.m. Three hours at Tash oo Park: faur hours at St. Clair Flats; one
hour at Russell Island. Fare:VWeekdays, $1 R. T. Sundays, $1.25.
Railroad TiCkets readingG. T. Railway, between Detroit and Port
RailoadHeronar good on steamers either direction.
Fares: Tashmoo Park or St. Clair Flats,weekdays, $1.00: Sundays,$1.25,round trip-
Port Huron orSarnia, $1.10, one way; $2.00 round trip.

LOST
LOST-Between Natural Science
Building and the Boulevard,
keys in black leather key holder.
Call 7539. No. 8, 9, 10
LOST-A pair of tortoise shelled
glasses; library style; in vicinity
of 418 E. Washington. Dial 21165.
No. 9, 10
LOST-Between Natural Sciencej
Building and the Boulevard,
keys in black leather key holder.
Call 7539. No. 8, 9, 101
LOST-Sorority pin. Greek letters
S.A.I. University and Women's
League Building and on North
University. Dial 7380; ask for
Helen Gould.

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Dancing
Moonlights
TO
SUGAR
ISLAND

Every Night

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Berkeley Bell,
University of Texas net star snap-
ped at Haverford, Pa., just afterI
winning the intercollegiate singles
title by defeating Gregory Mangin
of Georgetown University, 2-6, 3-6,
6-4, 6-2, 6-2.
FOOTBALL SALES
GOOD AT INDIANA
(Special To The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., July 3-
Twenty-five thousand seats already
have been definitely reserved for1
Indiana University's football games
this fall, according to ticket mana-
ger L. L. Fisher.
In the six games scheduled on
Indiana's card, 123,000 seats are !
available. With reservations going
on at the present rate, a big hole
will be made in the choicest sec-
tions before the season opens, Mr.
Fisher states. The biggest drawing,
cards are the Notre Dame-Indiana
home-coming game Oct. 5 and the
annual Purdue-Indiana battle, Nov.
23.
Reservations increased greatly
during the alumni reunions here
commencement week. The activi-
ties office, which handles ticket re-
servations, will remain open all
summer, and tickets will be assign-
ed in order of application, but tick-
ets will not be mailed out until near
the~ Anina' of the smsnn.

COOPER'S KITCHENETTE

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Necessary accessories to complete your
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CORRECTI

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It was erroneously stated in
1 yesterday's Daily that a charge
of twenty-five cents would be
made for each table of bridge
played in the Concourse of the
League building after dinner.
This new attraction is entirely
free to any member or guest. The
j twenty-five cent charge is for
cards rented from the League, in
case players do not bring their
own.

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CANOEING
Every Evening
Open Until 12 Tonight
Saunders' Canoe Livery
On the Huron River at the foot of Cedar St.

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IA REAL PURSE OPPORTUNITY
-BAGS-$2.00m-BAGS
Values up to $12.00
Wednesday and Friday
3 50
A most important event is taking place Wednesday and
Friday in our Leather Goods Section bringing to you the
very latest in Hand Bags . . . all the newest designs =
.. and leather combinations . . . at an exceptional
price.
LEATHER GOODS SECTION-MAIN FLOOR
It is only through a special purchase that we are
= able to put these purses on the market at the price
quoted above. . . Thecollection consists of large and
small sizes . . . Ring Handles . . . back straps . . .
top straps . .r. novelty clasps . . . envelope shapes ...
kids.. . snake . . . imitation alligator . . . combination
snakeand calff. . . In fact every new style you can
c imagine.

TO* S

$ 20 to $ 4 . 0 0
ON NEWS

OUR DISSOLVTION OF
PARTNERHIALE
CLOSES VERY SOON-COME i THIS WEEK
Dress Shoes--Sport & Golf Shoes
Street Shoes All Reduced

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