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~DNESDAY,; cJANUARY, 20, 1926 ;TI ! WC IAr DILY
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CHANGES ADVOCATED FOR
e ATHLETIC FACILITIES
Under the direction of Prof. Alfred
H. Lovell of the engineering college
a special study has been undertaken
of the conditions prevailing ate the
womens' athletic field and field house,
Sand early action ist n 'rdertaoigrade
the, field and ,add the new necessary
equipment, acolg to ort
made by Dean Edmund Day of, the
1school of business administration to
the University Senate at the regular
meeting Monday4 night.
Barbour gymnasium is inadequate
and Palmer Field in its present' con-
dition quite unfitted for the most part
to serve as an athletic field. The so-
called field house is nothing more or
less than a small bare cottage, and
the women are forced to dress in the
locker rooms at Barbour gymnasium
and walk through the streets in gym-
nasium clothes going to and from the
field house.
In general the facilities for the wo-
men are far less satisfactory than
those for the men, whereas they
should be fully as good. In place of
the one year required of gymnasium
for the men students two years with-
out any university credit is necessary
for graduation for the women.
Education School
To Hear President
Faculty members and students of
the School of Education will meet at
the second general assembly of the
year at 4 o'clock today in the Natural
Science auditorium to hear an ad-
dress to be given by President Clar-
ence Cook Liittle.
President Little prefers to have the
topic of his address unannounced but
it will be one of interest to all con-
cerned with educational work. The
talk will be followed by an informal
reception at which time everyone pres-
ent will be presented by Dean Allen
S. Whitney, of the School of Educa-
tion to President Little.

Intramural Games
To Start Feb. 8
Barbour gymnasium will be open all
during the examination period, so that
women, interested in carrying on
their various gymnastic actiVities may
do so. Miss Ethel A. McCofmick, of
the physical education department
has) announced that the pool and gym-
nasiumn proper will be open, and that
groups of women who wish to par-
ticipate in various activities°such as
swimming, fencing, and basketball
may secure the services of an in-
structor on request.
The present schedule of regular
gymnasium classes will continue after
the beginning of the new semester.
Interclass and intramural basketball
practices willtstart, however, in prep-
aration for the tournaments. Miss
Pauline Hodgson, of the physical edu-
cation department, who is in charge
of intramural basketball this season,
urges that entry blanks for the intra-
mural basketball tournament, to start
Feb. 8, be turned in immediately to
the physical education offices. The
interclass tournament will start Feb.
9, and women are urged to sign up
for class basketball on the poster on
the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
nasium.
An .all Indian film in India and fea-
turing Indian characters, the first to
be so produced, is based on Sir Edwin,
Arnold's poem, "The Light of Asia.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
ne Classified columns.-Adv.'

WOMEN INVITED TO READ
AT Y. W. C, At LIBRARY
Books by popular authors and maga-
zines containing articles by well
known writers may be obtained in the
library conducted by the University
Y. W. C. A. in Newberry hall, and
read while sitting in the comfortable
chairs in the reading room or taken
out if given permission by someone at
the desk.., Few people know of the
library and take advantage of it.
One of the books which may be
found there is: "Facing Student Prob-
lems", by A. Bruce Curry, Jr., Profes-
sor of English Bible at the Biblical
Seminar in New York. It is written
to aid leaders in getting ready to con-
duct discussion groups and may be
used profitably as a basis for work in
leaders training course, where lead-
ers meet from week to week to pre-
pare together for the next discussion.
It answers such questions as: What
are we in college for? How nearly
perfect can we be? Where do we need
new standards?
A book by Bertha Conde, addressed
to those who long to have adventures
in friendship is also in this library
and also a number of books by Ed-
ward Bosworth.
The library is at the right of the
'entrance as one enters Newberry hall,
and across the hall from here is the
reading room, also conducted by the
Y. W. C. A., and containing a number
of magazines, such as the Michigan

There will be a short meeting
honor council at 5 o'clock todAy
Barbour gymnasium.

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teer Movement Bulletin. Anyone will for her 66th shooting license.
be welcomed in the library ahd given
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