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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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500 FRESHMEN WOMEN
SIGN FOR GY M C"LSSES
Although all classification cards are
not yet in, mdre than 5(0 lirau year
women have already arranged fora
their gymnasium classes with Miss
Ethel McCormick, head of the de-
rartment of physical education, in
Barbour .gymnasium. Approximately
1370 sophomore women have been as-
signed to classes making a total of
about 880 women enrolled for the re-
quired work in gymnasium.
These figures do not include stu-
dents enrolled in the professional
_chool of physical education. At the
.present time about 50 women have
fregistered in the 'teaching course of
physical education.-
& Women may choose between tennis,
iswimming and hockey as the sport in
,which they wish to take part during
ie present outdoor season. Classes
in tennis and the elementary course
In swimming have proved highly pop-
iiular and late entrants will be undoubt-
edly forced to start to elect hockey,
according to Miss McCormick.
Classes for, corrective and rest re-
'medial work 'have been arranged for
women whose physical and medical
examinations have indicated the ne-
cessity of such individual treatment.
Special arrangements have been
made for a soccer class which is
scheduled to be held at 9 o'clock on -
Monday and Wednesday of each week.
The class is open to 30,women who
are interested in the game and are
anxious to play a scientific game. Full
gymnasium credit will be given for
work done in this class., Women in-
terested are requested to see Miss
Everett in Barbour gymnasium.
Glee Club to Hcid Tryouts
University Girls' Glee club will hold
tryouts for membership a't 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning in the studio of
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, room 216, in
the School of Music. Other tryouts
will be held from 4 to 5:30 o'clock
next Monday and Tuesday. Women
who wish to tryout maymake their
own song selection and -bring theix
music.
All entering ,women who have not
received their "Frosh Bible" may do
so by calling at the office of the Y.
W. C. A.

Dean Hamilton
Tells Of House
Organization
"What does house organization
stand for in the Women's League" is
the way the question was put to
me. Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of
women, answered it most compre-
hensively.
Every house having five or more
residents is an organized house and is
expected to dlect a presidrent. If
the house has more than 10 inhabit-
ants it is suggested that the president
have an executive committee. The
self-government of the house comes
under the house rules established by
the Women's League, and lies in the
hands of"he house president and the
residents of the house. An organized
house is required to have a meeting
each month; more are held at the
option of the house. These meetings
should be called by the president and
not by the landlady.
Since the board of representatives
of the Women's League, which is the
second half of our dual-chamber gov-
ernment is composed of the president
of each league house, dormitory and
sorority. It is impossible to have a
meeting of this board until all the
houses are organized. The league
board would like to share its respon-
sibilities more fully with a large
group, but often the habit of com-
Plete authority is established because
of the long delay of house organiza-
tion in the fall whikh does not give
any board to confer with, according
to Dean Hamilton.
Sally Walser, '25," is chairman of
the house organization committee this
year. This committee is half-inde-
pendent and half-sorority. Each girl
agrees on coming on the committee
to visit as many as six league houses,
meet with the entire house group, dis-
cuss house organization and answer
any questions submitted. She is to see
that a temporary president is es-
tablished before she leaves. At the
end of a month the house knows bet-
ter which girl is best fitted for house
presidency and feels more competent
to elect the president for the year.
Sophomore and Senior advisors are
equested to report at Barbour gym-
nasiim as soon as possible and look
up their advisees. The list will be
placed on the bulletin board in the
gymnasium.

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Notices
Junior women who have been as-
bigned advisees are urgently request-
Aed to refer to the list posted in Bar-
RECENTLY ESIABLISID bour gymnasium. Several changes
have been made in the assignments.
The official headquarters for the The executive board of the Wo-

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national campaign committee of the
University of Michigan League Build-
ing and Endowment fund were estab-
lished Sept. 1, in Alumni Memorial
hall. Through the courtesy of the
Alumni association a large office is
given free for campaign work.
Miss Fanny Alliger who was in
charge of the Detroit offce last year
is the executive secretary for the
campaign work. Campaign questions
should be referred to her.
RIDING CLASSES GIN
FOR UNIYERSITY WOMEN
Riding classes will be conducted
this year under the direction of Guy
L. Mullison. Classes will be open toj
all University women but second sem-
ester ,sophomore women will receive
full gymnasium credit as was the case
last year.I
Several sections of both elementary
and advanced courses in riding will
be offered. Women who are inter-
ested in learning the technique of
horsemanship should consult with
Miss Ethel McCormick, director of the'
department of physical education, on
Friday, Saturday or Monday in Bar-
bour gymnasium. From six to ten
women will be enrolled in a single
class.
Read the Want Ads

men's Athletic association will meet
at 5 o'clock on Wednesday, Oct. 1.
All sport managers are requested to
draw up tentative plans for their
sports and submit them at that time.
Women who desire to assist in
coaching any of the sports are re-
quested to call at the physical educa-
tion office in Barbour gymnasium
between 2 and 5 o'clock today.
Any junior women who are still
writing Junior Girl's plays should
communicate with! Norman Bicknell,
2946J. Plays will be accepted for
C some time yet.
A soccer class will be held at 9
o'clock on Monday and Wednesday of
each week on Palmer field. The class
is open to 30 women. Full gymnas-
ium credit will be given for work
done in this class. Women who are
interested should consult with Miss
Meldon Everett this morning or Sat-
urday morning in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Interclass hockey practices will be
held on Tuesdays and Thursdays on
Palmer field. Senior and sophomore
women will practice at 4 o'clock and
junior and freshmen women at 5 o'-
clock. Practices begin on Tuesday,
Sept. 30.
Practices for the interhouse hockey
tournament will be held between the
hours of 4 and 6 on Mondays and
Wednesdays beginning on Monday,
Sept. 29. The practices will be held
on Palmer field.

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to outline a few of its columns.

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this year' In a few more days the first game will
be played. Watch the teams progress through
The Daily.
THE WOMEN'S PAGE-The women, too, have

a great deal of timely

topics of interest

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2. November 3, GUY MAIER and LEE PATTISON, Pianists
3. November 19, "THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO1" Hin-
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4. December 5, JASCHA HEIFETZ, Violinist
5. January 28, ALFRED CORTOT, Pianist
6. February 13,,SOPHIE BRASLAU, Contralto
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1. November 13, SOUSA'S BAND, Lieut.-Commander
John Philip Sousa, Conductor
2. December 15, DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor
3. January 19, KIBALOHICH RUSSIAN CHOIR
Basile Kibalchich, Conductor
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