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REATIONAL LEADERSHIP:
Physical Education Department Offers

Varied Sports Pro

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cal education
by the Uni=
ing freshmen
students who
ication credit

for women is di-
r eight-weel ses-
h period, women
nt activity or an
se in the activity
have already en-

years -ago. Those who know the
basic techniques of these sports'
may take advanced courses.
- ~Tryouts Jeld
Michifish and its junior counter-
part, Michifins, are two extra-
curricular clubs in which advanced
swimmer; and divers 'may partici-
pate. Tryouts are held each spring
and fall. The groups feature syn-
chronized swimming and put on
an anriaal water show in the
Women's Pool which is equipped
with underwater lighting and
sound facilities for such programs.
Women may also obtain Red

Cross Water Safety Certificates
through their swimming courses.
This certificate is helpful in ob-
taining a summer position as a
camp counselor.
A putting green and two golf
courses are available to students
whether they are advanced or
beginning golfers. Those who arej
taking pther physical education
requir ts can also use the golf
course.
Bowling Alleys Available.
Four bwling alleys in the
Women's Athletic Building offer a

chance to learn how to make those
ten pins fall.
Fencing instruction is also pro-
vided in the WAB. After the first
few weeks of the course after the
basic 'techniques, are learned,
matches are arranged between,
students from the UniVersity and
fencers from other schools.
Instruction on trampoline, rings,
horses as well as tumbling and
some marching are included in the
apparatus course.
During the winter, ice and figure
skating instruction is given at the
University coliseum. Women are

required to furnish their own
skates, but they are asked not to
buy a pair before the first class
period if they don't already own
their own.
Experience Offered
Recreational leadership is an-
other class open to University
women in the physical education
department. This course is de-
signed to teach fundamentals as
well as to give students experience
in the recreational field. The class
provides experience required for.
summer jobs.
Students learn essentials of

handicraft, camperaft, hobbies,
games, music, nature, story- telling
and first aid. Women do "field
work" with Scouts, Brownies, Y-
Teens, patients at University Hos-
pital and other recreation centers
around Ann Arbor.
Riding Furnished
Instruction in horseback riding
is furnished throughout the school
year. Transportation is furnished
to the stables, located outside Ann
Arbor.
The traditional sports of bad-
mnnton, baseball, archery and
basketball are also offered.

who want to learn the
tals of swimming or div-
eceive instruction in the
>ool. comneted just four

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Old Friends To Greet You:

HADLEY CASHMERES

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EVAN-PICONE SPORTSWEAR
LEATHERMODE COATS
CHESTNUT HILL SPORTSWEAR
AANSWORTH, LTD.
NATURALIZER SHOES
JANTZEN SPORTSWEAR
HARRIS UTILITY COATS
PENDLETON SPORTSWEAR
FRANK GALLANT COATS
JUNIOR SOPHISTICATES;
TALBOT SWEATERS

REVLON COSMETICS
CHARLES OF THE RITZ
DARLENE SWEATERS
CHANEL PERFUMES
D'ORSAY PERFUMES
MONET JEWELRY
BARBIZON LINGERIE

YOLANDE BLOUSES
CRESCENDOE GLOVES
HANES SEAMLESS NYLONS

BERKSHIRE NYLONS

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TRIFARI JEWELRY

BONNIE DOON SOCKS
SANDLER OF BOSTON SHOES
KRAETON BORGANA COATS
SUPREME COATS
SHIP'N SHORE BLOUSES
BLOUSECRAFT HANDMADES
JEANNE D'ARC
ROBAN
ABE SCHRADER

WARNER FOUNDATIONS
DEVONSHIRE SLACKS
HARRY WILLIAMS COATS

AIN, THEN SHOOT I

L'AIGLON DRESSES

DE LISO DEB SHOES

ARTHUR DOCTOR COATS

PAT HARTLEY, JR.
MAM'SELLE

WHITE STAG SPORTSWEAR

TAILORED JUNIOR

DAVID CRYSTAL

RE-GO

PARKLANE JR.

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A. GOODMAN
ANDREW ARKIN

PARADE

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