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~THUJRSDAY, t'ECE-MBER 14, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COMBINED ZONES
WIIN IN TANK MEET

pi Bela Phi Wins Second Place
Intramural Swimming Meet
Meld At Y. M. C. A.

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REPRESENT 311HOUSES
Zones 12 and 5 won the intramural
swimming meet held at 7 o'clock last
night at the Y. M. C. A., with a score
of 30 points. Pi Beta Phi was sec-
ond with 22 points, Alpha Phi third
with 20 points, and Kappa Alpha
Theta fourth, with 10 points. Eighty-
six women entered the meet, repre-
senting thirty-one houses and zones.
Pi Beta Phi won the first event, the
20yd. dash, Witherby house and zones
12 and 5 tied for second place, and
Martha Cook was fourth. The dash
was run off in heats of four entrants
each, but the time was taken, so that
each entrant swam only once.
The 20 yd. relay, the second event,
was won by zones 12 and 5, with Pi
Beta Phi placing second, Alpha Phi
third, and Kappa Alpha Theta fourth.
Each relay team consisted of four
women.
Alpha Phi received' first place in
the diving event, zones 12 and 5 sec-
ond, zone 16 third, and zone 11 fourth.
Each woman entering the event was
required to execute three different
dives, which were judged on skill of
execution rather than on difficulty of
the dives. Some of the dives were
straight front, swan, jack-knife, and
front and back flips. Only one trial
for each dive was given, because of
the large number of entrants and the
lack of time.
The meet closed with a follow the
leader event, led by Eunice Child, '28.
In this event all sorts of stunts were
done, and entrants were eliminated by
the judges as they failed to properly
imitate Miss Child. One stunt which
eliminated many contestants was a
(live performed with a chair off the
end of the spring-board, in such a
manner as to knock off the chair.
Contestants who failed to remove the
chair were eliminated from the event.
Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Annis Hall,
Miss Pauline Hodgson, Miss Laurie
Campbell, all of the physical educa-
tion department, were officials of the
meet. and were assisted by members.;

Gymnastic Class Local Color Is '
Has Specialties 1 U Main Feature In ULUUE
Y---U lo liiClass Production I ICUAE M IIN
At 5 o'clock every Tuesday from flCls Pr u to F vrnvmj
now on, a new gymnastic class will ~~ INIIIL
meet. This class will be purely op-_ Although the Mimes opera and the Freshmen cannot try out in campus
tional containing a large variety of$I Junior Girls' play have something inh
phyicl euctin xor, uchast - $5(')0 To Rle Rls~ed For (Campaignt,!I activities until the second, semester.j
tics, apparatus, tumbling, ganes, and i Studeni To Raise $2500i common in that they are both (dra- What freshman woman, entering col-
some dancing. Each instructor in the lmatic and amateur productions, both lege all keyed up to give-the best in
physical education department is to making use of campus talent, there is her, to work for her college as well
give her specialty. In commenting up- CANVASS BEGINS JAN.6 so much in contrast between the two; as herself, has not been fronted by
on this class, Miss Ethel McCorm'ick, - - that it is hard to compare them and: this most discouraging statement?
of the physical education departnent, A goal of $4,00 has been set for the d justice to either of them. The opera The majority of women who enter a
stressed the fact that tho class is open University Y. W. C. A. in its annual! is limited to men, and only once dur- university are those who in high school
to all women who are interested in!
finance drive which will take place ing its process of evolution from the. have found a place fo, themselves,
this type of work. It is not necessary ;from Jan. 6 to 9. The members ex- unpolished campus play to the grand] who have discovered thleirjnterest to
to have any particular training, but pect to raise at the least $2,000 from' spectacle it is now, have women ever be in journalism, who had thelead-
those who do have it will find some- the campaign itself, and are hoping been allowed to participate. This one ing part in the plays given, or who
thing very interesting to do. to the remainder will come from special exception to the rule was during the were in a hundred and one things
Women basktball who do not know how ean;gifts from outside and the advisory war in 1917. The Junior Girls' play which, rather than keeping their in-
play bask'to, and who wish to learnnboard.(on the other hand has never openedi terest away from the aacademic side,
are remindedof4the ner s The work of the Y. W. C. A. on this its cast to men. only made it keener.
which meets at 4o'clock on Mnay campus is entirely different from that Ever since the junior play was first They come to college, ready to in-
and Wednesday in Barbour gymna- of any other organization. The presented, and this is the 22 year of E terest themselves in the same things,
sium. Practices have already started. Christmas workshop which has been its life, the cast has been strictly ;.and hear the above announcement.
open in Newberry hall for the last limited to junior women who took this True, there are some things open toI
I few weeks is one of the many things manner of entertaining for the senior them, Athena and Portia being the!
nhILnBrn]which is done in the name of charity. women. The first night of the week most important, besides their own or-
The gifts are made by the women in of performances is reserved exclusive- ganization, the Freshman Girl's Glee
Inn fCIgflI~ the university and then given to the ly for senior women who wear their club. But-if you are not interested;
irnnrnriiin;needy children for Christmas. !caps and gowns for the first time. in debating or singing what have youl
Club leadership courses have been Until recently the public, including to occupy your time? Nothing, be-
'g-ven to the women of the universityl alI men students, were prohibited cause there are rules preventing an
Dramatics as a motivating force in !who hope to lead groups of Girl: from witnessing the productions. For entering first year woman from spend-
the formation of high school groups Scouts, Campfire girls and similar some reason, possibly relating to the ing her moments out of school in a
was the theme of an interesting talk kinds of leadership work. Parties for old fable of forbidden fruit, the pro- way which is tasteful to her.
which Prof. It. D. T. Hollister made foreign women are also given under duction became interesting to the men This is one of the most balefulr
before the club leadership group of the auspices of the Y. W. C. A. and and many of them sought admission( things in life-this having nothing to
the Y. W. C. A. at its last mneeting on! have proved a force for decided good masquerading as women. Some were do. Dates are her only interest. If
Wednesday night. sin their way. Iapprehended, while others succeeded sh'e is the type of student who is not
A class in c1ub leadership has been Last year's drive was run in the in their ruse. However four years attractive to men, her first year is
conducted by the University Y. W. C. form of an automobile race, the teams ago the performances were opened to misery to her. If she is the opposite,
A. to train women who are interested being twelve in number and each the public and it became an annual college comes to mean Granger's on
in taking up the work among high named after a make of car. Over $1800 custom for the play to run a week at Friday, the Union Saturday, Joe Park-
school students. Th-e meetings have was raised in this manner from the1 the Whitney theatre. er's on Sunday and movies in be-
been held every week for the last five students alone. Due to the success of To be sure the women's production I tween. When she came here she may
weeks. More than 15 women took the these last two dries those in charge is less elaborate, than the opera with have had an overflow of ambition and
course. of this one expect to go over the top i its liberal financial backing is in its ( ideas, but at this pace, when it is
The first meeting of the group was again. scale. But there is no doubt that the time to try out for things, she has too
held on Nov. 10. Miss Ethel McCor- Every woman on campus will be Junior Girls' play, filled as it is with many interests outside to spend the
mick addressed them on the subject solicited during the first week in Jan- local color and college idioms will go necessary time on activities.
of "Adolescent Psychology" and Mrs. uary and asked to contribute only! over as well with thle college audience, How would it be to have the fresh-
L. I. Bredvold directed recreation'such an amount as she feels able and as the opera, situated in a mythical men restricted as ,to activities only
work at this meeting. At the second willing to give. setting will take with its cosmopolitan; until the mid-semester marks come in,
meeting, held on Nov. 17, Mrs. Katl'- A banquet will be given soon after audiences. and if they are found to be satis-
leen M. Custer spoke on the subject the Christmas vacation that will be The Junior Girls' play is essentially factory, to allow participation in out-
of club formation in high schools after open to team members and the cabi- amateur. No attempts have ever been I side work in which they are interested
which Miss Marian Clark, head of oc- net. T4e late will be ' announced made to put on a professional polish, and which are now barred to them
cupational therapy at the University soon. Margaret Eaton, '26, has been rather such an attempt has always until second semester or their sopho-
hospital, directed handicraft work. aPPointed chairman of the finance been avoided. The settings as well nimore year?te
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First Semester
Rifle Activities
Close This Week
This week will end the ten weeks'$
rifle season. Captain L. M. Bricker,,
the rifle coach, has had four classes
throughout the season, three of them
composed from the University at large,
while the other one is made up of
junior students in the school of physi-
cal education. From these women, a
squad of 35 was picked, and from the
squad, Captain Bricker selected a rifle
team to represent the University of
Michigan in its matches. ' This team is
firing its second match this week,
which will take place with the wo-
men's team of DePau university. This!
match will be fired in ten rounds for
each position as the other weekly,
contests are fired. The first match in
which the rifle team was entered, re-
sulted in Michigan's .defeat. This,
however was with the University of,
Pittsburg, a man's team.
Captain Bricker is entering two
teams in the National Intercollegiate
rifle match which is to be fired in
three stages. Each stage is composed i
of 30 shots, while each good shot I
counts ten. In this, the contestants
will each shoot 90 rounds, and 100
will be considered a perfect score.
The Woman Suffrage party of
Japan is advocating a measure to al-.
low women to practice law in the
courts of the empire.

NOTICES

Newberry Hall
Leadership commission of the Y. W.
C. A. will meet at 3 o'clock today.
Team captains of the Y. W. C. A.
Finance committee meet at 3 o'-
clock today.
Leadership commission meets at 3
o'clock to-morrow.
hIiscellaneous
Junior Girls' play tryouts from 3:4.5
to 6 o'clock today in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
Theta Sigma, 8 o'clock tonight,
Theta Phi Alpha house.
W. A. A. executive board meeting, 6
o'clock tonight, Lantern shop.
Portia and Athena: will hold a de-
bate at. 7:15 o'clocktonight In the
Adelphi rooms.
Barbour Gymnasium
Outdoor physical education classes,
groups I and II will meet in hiking
clothes at 4 o'clock at Barbour gyn-
nasium today.
One of the most interesting exhibits
at the Brockton (Mass.) fair of 25
years ago was a quilt shown by Mrs.
Rhoda Churchill, Middleooro's cen-
tenarian. The quilt contained 712
pieces and was commenced after Mrs.
Churchill was 100 years old. The
committee awarded this piece a spe-
cial premium because "it should en-
courage old ladies to make quilts
when they come to be 100 years."

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At the third meeting on Nov. 24, rep-
resentatives of the Girl Scouts, Camp-
fire Girls and the Girl Reserves, gave
Qi-t t lko nn u-i mn ses a, nd lhms

drive. j as the cost umles of this year's pro-
duction will be entirely original,
Miss Lucy Gardner, formerly a planned and executed as far as pos-

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11Gt, al 1Ga31LU y 11I7 .snor Lairs on ep rpuf p~ iurse an thv-E-st L
of te W A.A. nd sme f te su- o eah. rrrse i th bat Lndon quarter, s ible by the jlnmior class.
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dents of the professional school of The last meeting in the course was crs at the recent World Church Con- Let The Daily sell it for you thru
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This meet is the first intramural After Professor lollister bad finished r eldatStockholm,_Sweden._theClassifed
swimming meet that Michigan women h address, oiss Custer spoketfishe
have ever held. In the past the meets women on thestbject of program
have been of the individual type, but planning.
this year it was decided to use the 'Phe programs for the Cldb leader-
intramural system, as adopted in ship group are being arranged by a
hockey, basketball, and baseball. In- committee this year. Miss Harriette -_
dividual scores counted only towards Dively, '26, is chairman of the com-
the score of the house. or zone of the! mittee. "' Oi
contestant. Ten points, were given3;
for first place, seven for second, five Among the most musical of the
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