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29, 1936 1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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itramural SportsI
)Uep]artment Plans
elusive Program'

tion for junior and senior high school and the like. Many of the students
Courses in Coaching W ill Be b"oys, Dr. George May).Iare high school or college physical
. These courses are not intended to education instructors who have re-
ive ur1D iuum m er Session draw a large number of students as cently received coaching positions
are the short session courses at and desire instruction in a certain
Northwestern University or at Texasiani
For both prospective and incum- by members of the Michigan coach- Tech (Lubbock, Texas). They are all line of sport.
bent coaches the School of Educa- ing staff. The following courses will a continuation of the courses of the According to Coach Franklin C.
tion has planned a complete and be offered: football, (Coach Harry regular school year and although Cappon the course in basketball this
adequate program in both graduate G. Kipke); basketball, (Coach Frank- many of them are primarily under- year will be much the same as in the
and undergraduate work lasting from ,tn C. Cappon); track and field ath- coe m y gradte s past. Although the course is for un-
y dents and coaches are expected to en- ps.Atog h orei o n
June 29 to August 21. Upon com- letics, (Coach Charles Hoyt): ath- roll for the added knowledge and ex- dergraduate cerdit only Coach Cap--
pletion of the requirements a stand- letic training and conditioning, perience. pon expects the greater number of
ard bachelors or masters degree is (Hoyt); rules and officiating, (Kip- The courses are mainly technical students to be graduates working
awarded. ke) ; combative and recreational in nature consisting of instruction in without credit.
The activity courses for men this sports, (Coach John Johnstone); and fundamentals, team play, theory,
year, as in the past, will be directed school programs in physical educa- strategy, individual play, formations, i READ THE WANT ADS

i Oe Michigan Repertory Players'
production of the Gilbert and Sul-
livan operetta, "The Pirates of Pen-
zance," should report to Valentine B.
Windt, director of the Players, as;
soon as possible this week, he ai-
nounc(ed yesterday. All students are
eligible to try out, even if they arc
not enrolled in play production
courses, he explained. Scores and
librettoes may be obtained at Wahr's
book store.

All University Facilities
Available For Enthusiasts
During Summer
Students, Faculty
WillParticipate
Plan Meets In Swimning,
Tennis, Handball, Squash
And Horseshoes
A comprehensive program in nine,
sports, offering opportunity for par-
ticipation by all students and fac-
ulty members enrolled in the 1936
Summer Session, has been planned
by the Intramural Sports Depart-
ment, under the direction of Ernest
Smith.
All the facilities or Ferry Field,
South Ferry Field and the Intramural
Building have been made available
to summer sports enthusiasts by ac-
tion of the Board in Control of Phys-
ical Education.
Instruction Offered
Included are tennis courts, running
tracks, baseball diamonds, a swim-
ming pool, handball courts, a boxing
room and a fencing room and other
adequately equipped playgrounds and
gymnasiums.
Instruction in the various sports
is available, numerous awards of
ribbons are offered, and tournaments
are scheduled in the near future.1
Those interested are requested
to sign up at, or telephone, the office
of the Intramural Sports Building the
first of this week. The sports in
which tournaments are planned in-
clude badminton, softball, codeball,
handball, horseshoes, squash, swim-
ming, table tennis and regulation
tennis.
For softball players, a meeting has
been called at 4 p.m. Thursday of
this week at South Ferry Field( in-
side gate). At this time teams will
be organized and captains~ selected.
The remainder of. the meeting will
be spent in practice. Schedules will
subsequently be drawn up for the
organized teams, and regular play
will begin on the following Monday.
Singles, Doubles Planned
Both'singles and doubles tourna-
ments in handball have been planned.
Play..will begin July 6. Those sign-
ing up for this sport will be notified
as to their first opponents and the
times of the matches. Thereafter all
matches should be arranged by com-
petitors and played off as quickly
as possible.
Singles and doubles tournaments
are also being planned in horseshoes.
Play will start July 9, and the same
procedure will be followed as in the
handball contest plans.
Tournaments in squash, tennis
and table tennis also are based on
this same procedure.
Plans for swimming include aj
series of contests in 10 events,

Wo Coaching
Courses Given
By Doctor May
Dr. G. A. May, director of Water-
man Gymnasium, announced that he
would conduct his customary courses
in Waterman Gymnasium during the
coming Summer Session, and that the
gymnasium would be open for vol-
untary work every afternoon.
Two courses are being offered to
high school coaches this summer by
Dr. May. One course, known as the
Theory and Practice course, will con-
sist of instruction in marching, calis-
thenics, and gymnastics and will be
mainly a practice course with but
little theory involved. The second
course, known as the Preventive and
Corrective course, will be composed
of almost all theory work. The psy-
chological methods of teaching phys-
ical education will be introduced to
the high school coaches by Dr. May
in this course.
These two courses will be taught in
the gymnasium during the mornings,
and therefore it will not be available
for voluntary work until the after-
noons.
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