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FRIDAY, DECEMBR if, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CZ!N

PAG~E FIVE

OR.BEL REPRS
Yisits Oberlin And Ohio State Toj
Study Physical Education l
Departments1
COMPARES PROGRAMS
Dr. Margaret Bell, of the physicalJ
education department, visited Oberlinr
college rand Ohio State university
Thursday and Friday of last week,
where she investigated the physical
education departments and organiza-
tion of sports. Dr. Bell reports that
a system very similar to Michigan's
system of optional and elective ath-
letics is in effect in the two schools.
One of the most interesting fea-
tures of Oberlin's physical education,
department, according to Dr. Bell, wasE
the fact that students take regular
gymnasium work four times a week,
instead of twice a week, as at Mich-
igan. The first three class periods
every week are devoted to the regular'
gymnasium or sports work, and the
last period is given over to corrective
gymnastics. As at Michigan the tend-
ency is toward a large variety in
activities offered, and the competi-
tive program is similar to Michigan's.
According to Dr. Bell, Oberlin has one
of the best professional schools of
physicial education in the country,I
and many of the nation's prominent
physical directors of the school.
Ohio State university has a different
system of competitive athletics. There
the intramural program includes in-
terclass, sorority, and non-sorority
groups. Dr. Bell spoke of the effici-
ent way in which sports programs
are advertised among the women at
the university, being printed in leaflet
form, and distributed at the beginninga
of the season. Ohio's equipment i>
still under completion. Pomerene hall
is just being finished, and will include
a large swimming pool. There are
four hockey fields in parallel at Ohio,
and three volley-ball courts. Plansj
for a new field house are being made.!
According to Dr. Bell the entire com-r
petitive program of indoor athletics
is played at night.
In speaking of her trip Dr. Bell
said, "I was very much impressed writ1i
the systems I found in use at the
colleges I visited. Many of them have
installed systems of optional and elec-
tive athletics similar to Michigan's.
This is true of Chicago, Illinois, Iowa,

Radio Concerts ' "Promising" Is !J ,Warning Reports lLeague To Give
Planned By Cub LL L Adjective Applied Sent To 101 Women Christmas Party
Members of the University Girs OT IManystudent were glad not to re- Holiday spirit will be evident in
Glee club have arranged with WWJ, ceive any mail yesterday. However the red and green decorations for
Detroit News, to broadcast Friday, Eiiabeth Parrot, '20, left yesterday More than 115 junior women took In composing the women's rifle in a large number of mail boxes were the third dancing party of the Wo
Feb. 12. Their next radio concert will! the opportunity to tryout for the Jun-1
Fb. 12. Thenxth raio onith llafternoon for Princeton, N. J. to at-th Iopprt'niy tontryt ar thuns-team to shoot in the match between found envelopes from tie oflice of themen's legue to be held at 41
Ibe March 6, when they appear en the For Girls' play W ednesday and Thurs " rmteofc fte
program of WCX, Detroit Free Press, tend the national intercollegiate con- day afternoons in Sarah Caswell An t'the University of Michigan and De- assistant dean of the literary college is aernoon n
and WJR, Jewett Radio and Phono- ference on the world court which is gell hall. According to Irene Field, Pauw university to take place this containing the conventional warnings gymnasium. Christmas bells in keep-
graph company of Pontiac. Programs being held today and tomorrow. Since chairman of the play and the com- week, Captain L. M. Bricker, the rifle Besides the statement of the grade
for the concerts have not as yet Leen mittee chairman prospects for a sue-I coach, selected ten women and twoI report ed in the course the warning Come all Michigan womren who wrish
her election as delegate of the Wo- s hpss lternates from the rifle squad. Those presented he advice that t s to enjoy an afternoon of dancing.
arranged. men's league Miss Parrot has spent cessful play are promising.on the team are Mary Allshouse, '27, consult the professor and learn how A novel stunt will be presented by
considerable time in becoming posted the mstCpo lar musical selec Gertrude Benham, '29, Carol Cleaver, he could better his grade. Polly Bridgeman, '26, during the in-
SThuedmostale scie-hastadndBnsrrwn'2s terlude. Music will be furnished by
r'W Im n on i erqu e t m n b co i g se tionEy s" usedi wass ecii r andhe"Brown- 24, F ances Gorsli e, '2, Frances! The assistant lean's office reports
ontequsin.Mys"wieseetonfrl h S uff,12G Jllaidings, '27, Caroline1 that the number of warnings mailed the Women's league orchestra which
Following the advice of Prof. J. S. dent Prince" ranked next in frequency. Steen,'27, Stella Sturos, '27, Lucille yesterday far exceeded the 1300 no- has proved so popular at former en-
ReevesWof the political science de- A number of original recitations were and Anna Wheeler, 26.
partment she read Manley 0. Hudson's given most of them concerning cam Teatrae r rn il,'7 agrpretg fsuet r Dorothy Currie, '2, is in charge of
"World Court" and current pamph- pus life though popular authors and The alternates are Irene Field, 27,i a larger percentage of students are DrtyCri,77 si hreo
ld Cat ri a pand Norma Barlow, '26. These twodoing unsatisfactory work than in the party. Assisting her are Mae Kel-
" k b wm bg"s et material published by the interna- poets were quoted freely.oI lar '27; Mary Gussin, '26; and Mary
Mak bi woenbiger"is hetional conciliation committee and writ- Contrary to the genera! opinion that! hetemn csebshis ot ayble tonpeiyar. Va Drsen, '28.
slogan that has been adopted by the gs by Elihu Root. On Wednesday the tryouts are ordeals, everyone who le eae inntate sh e is bto be shothwar nnuropfobationy pth ed on
committees in charge of the finance afternoon Miss Parrot met with the participated yesterday afternoon ap- in the prone and kneeling positions. the dean of women as the result of of pharmacy or physical education
campaign of the Y W. C. A. which committee who had charge of the state peared to enjoy themselves thorough- -idsemester grades is 101. Of this do not have any formal midsemester
is to be launched on Jan. 6. The world court conference recently held Iy Amiy Loomis, '2 stated thatto d ehimnumera eig1wrnedforh reorts.
campaign will be conducted from Jan. in Ann Arbor. She will carry to things seem to advance more efficient- Sihoe soles are said toidicate char- number 61 are being warned for the reports.
to 9, and it is hoped that they may Princeton the vote of that conference ly this year than before, as a laroer acter. If they are worn level all first time and the remaining 40 have
raise $2,000. which is in favor of the Harding, number of women were taken care over they show an even temper. If been notified before. This total rep- Board of representatives of the
Miss Jean McArthur of the finance Hughes, Coolidge plan. This plan ad- of this time than th'ere were last year. worn on the inside it is a sign of resents reports only from the Literary league meets at 9 o'clock tomorrow in
department of the national organiza- vocates the entering of the United I Loomms also made the sugges- listlessness. college. Other schools such as that Barbour gymnasium.
tion in New York met with the con- States in thd court immediately. The Lion that it would be more to the ad-
mittees yesterday in Newberry hall, general meeting for all delegates to- vantage to the women if they did not
There are to be 20 teams organized for night will open the Princeton confer- dance in such large groups. Two or
this drive, each team containing 10 once which is in charge of the Prince- three together is permissible but a
women besides the captain, making ton University student council. group of six impedes individual con-I
a total of 220 women. There is to The delegates have also been asked sideration on the part of the judges.
ie a great deal of competition in the to bring the opinion of their colleges Today's tryouts will take place also
campaign because a prize is to be concerning the establishment of a per- from 3:45 to 6 o'clock in Sarah Cas-
axarded every day to the team bring- manent committee for the national well Ange1 hall, bat.aa change has
ing in the largest amount of money. oirwl'
results are to tabulated organization of university people been made in those which vill take
each day by means of charts. Long on internatioal affairs. "The place next week. The time has been
strips of black cardboard on which opinion of the committee in charge of set from 3:45 to 6 o'c'lock Tuesday
red paper dolls will be placed will be the recent world court conference aind Wednesday, rather than Wednes-
used for this. As the amount of mon- here which I am taking as representa- day and Thursday as announced pre- i '}'
ey for each team increases, the dolls five of the campus is that such a com- viously. The Tuesday tryouts will
will grow, thus symbolizing the slo- mittee be formed," Miss Parrot stated.jtake place in the parlor of Barbour
gan, "make big women bigger." The Tomorrow the conference will be di- gymnasium, while the Wednesday try-I
dolls for each team will be named lat_ vided into round table discussion outs will continue in the usual place.
er, and the teams will take these groups of 20 each. The hours from 9 to 12 Saturday morn-
names. Miss Grace Maass, '29, will Miss Parrot will probably give a ing will be used for play tryouts also.
design the charts. report of the conference tS the board It is suggested that junior womeni - - -
Miss Mae Keller, '27, is chairman of directors of the Women s league at do not wait until the last minute to . ' w...,4.,._ ....__..
of the teams for the campaign. All their meeting next Monday afternoon. tryout, as there is a better chance-
women of the university are to be Athena and Portia Literary societies to secure parts in the play if theyF
reached through the teams. Cards have asked her to speak before a joint tryout early. For a Smihii Christmas from Our
containing the names of all the wo- meeting on Tuesday evening. ;
I men students will be distributed The conference will include dele- Announcement has lee.i made of
among the teams according to the gates from more than 800 universities the marriage of Helen M. Kane, '25,
1houses and each captain will be al- and colleges of the United States. 'Iwo and Malcolm G. Bourne, '25M.
lowed to select the group of houses representatives have been sent from
that she wishes to canvass. Michigan: besides Miss Parrot, John Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the
Activities will start with the ban- Elliot, '26, will represent the men stu- pledging of Carmen Greenberg, '29 (MAIN FLOOR)
quet which is to be held on Jan. 5 dents of the University. Archbold, Ohio
at the Congregational church. On
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, fol-
lowing, luncheons will be served atosaic Picture Frame, $2.0 Italian Crved Boxes, $.50
thNewberry hail for the members of Fancy Fireside Brools,,$ 4.7cDresden China Lamp, $10.00
the teams. Novelty Pencils, 65c Cased Perfume Bottle, $1.00
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