FRIDAY, MARCHI 12,. 1G G
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ANN=%& ME MIX WN'
DISCOUSSR AWRoS 1
FOR GOOD HEALTHi
Suggest Citing Cup For Improvement
I P Physical Condition
DR. BELL FAVORS PLAN
At the recent dean's convention heldl
in Washington, a resolution was
passed to endorse the projects of the
National Amateur Athletic Federation,
following a talk by Dr. Martha Tracy,!
president of the Women's Foundationj
for Health, at Philadelphia, Pa. In her !
speech Dr; Tracy suggested that stu-
dents should receive recognition of
improv gent !of physical condition
during their enrollment in the univer-
According to Dr. Tracy, improve-
went in physical fitness is due to two
factors, an understanding of science, }
and strength of will. After Dr. Tracy's
talk, Miss Martha Doan, dean of wo-'
Notes Enthusiasm And Breadth
Of Interest In Western Women
Women of the west are far more en- Mrs. Ross was the first woman to
thusiastic and interested in state at- 1become the governor of a state, hav- In the game between th
ing acted in that position before the
fairs than those in the east, accord- inauguration of Mrs. M A Ferguson more and junior class b2
ing to Miss Helen C. Bishop, former of Texas, as a successor to her hus- teams played at 4 o'clock y
social director of Helen Newberry I band. She is now fulfilling her see- at Barbour gymnasium, th
residence, now dean (A women at the Qn(1 term of oflice. team defeated their opponent
state university of wyoming, at Lara. Miss Bishop was in Ann Arbor this score of 25 to 22. The gain
inie, and social director of the dormi- ast wluncheond and was entertained close one, and the sophomo
I ~~~~~~~~~at luncheon at the Haunted Tavern, attoyathunvriy "Teesa ewryrsdncad was ahead until the fourth
tory at the university. "There is a tca' at helen Newberry residence and In the first quarter, which
breadth of interest on the part of the at a dinner party also at the dormi- in the score of 6 to 5, in fav
women of the west, that seems to tory. Commenting on her present po- sophomores, Helen Beaumont
diminish as one approaches the east" sition, she spoke of the strong self- six points for the sophomore
says Miss Bishop. governing body that exists for the ing three baskets, and Floren
In a conversation with Miss Jean women of the University of Wyoming. on the junior team scored
Hamilton, dean of women, Miss Bishop Only one dormitory and a few sorori- points for her team with t
made special mention of Mrs. Nellie ties exist, the majority of women liv- from the field, and cne foulf
Iing in -Laranie. 1tescn ure ee
Ross, wife of the late governor of Wy-n L the second quarter Helen B
oming, who at the death of her hus- The university is small as the en- made two more shots from t
band was elected by a sympathetic tire population of the state is less and one foul goal, for the sop
vote to finnil his unexpired term of than that of the city of Grand Rapids. while Florence Foster made
office. Later she was re-elected to the Wn c s .one-fifth of the t ket for the juniors. The quay
fposition because of her efficiency andl dent body of 2,000. There is no other ed with a score of 11 to 7
interest. Mrs. Ross is one of the best school of college in the state, and the of the sophomores.
authorities in economics and the farm university only became an accredited In the th'ird quarter eac
situation in the country, and spends school two years ago, scored four points, Helen B
at least two hours a day in the in- Miss Bishop was entertained in De- and Virginia Platt scoring
tensive study of the question, regard- troit Sunday by the Newberry alum- sophomores, and Florence Fo
less of the time necessitated for the nae, and from there she will leave to Helen Searight and Floi'enc
affairs of state. She is the mother of resume her duties in Wyoming. for the juniors, resulting in
three sons, one of whom has been of 15 to 11. Florence Foste
awarded a Rhodes scholarship. Dr. Jeremiah S. Young professor of last quarter, made seven bas
political science at the University of the junior team, to 11 points
, ~ Set Minnesota, recently expressed the be- sophomores, resulting in t
A. LlenaJ-or ia ief that student activities are over- score of 25 to 22, in favor
Date For Debate done. He admitted that these extra- juniors. The line-up was:
curricular activities teaclh adminis- Juniors Sop
tration, but students have a tendency M. McNally .... R.F....... E
Sophomore members of Athena Lit- to neglect their studies for them. He H. Searight ................
erary society will debate with those 'also said that the point system de- F. Foster ......L.F..... H. B
of Portia, March 30, when they uphold signed to regulate participation of A. Felske ........C........ M.
the negative side of the subject, "Re- any one student in campus affairs M. Finsterwald .C......
nl , do L Th at f lith n B d)l fR tiC. d j c not IUiniihyCifLoini A_ Millr- - R _ orR
'Engaged' To HaveI NOTICES Glove Sale Nets
Extra Showing1-I $100 At Present
Saturday Night; ktbu yrn*"a~
Today's rehearsals for Junior Girls' l-Mortar Board's spring sale of gloves
play will be as follows: Song speciali totals more than $100. and
e sopho- "Engaged," W. S. Gilbert's bur- ties, at 3 o'clock, choruses C a i loves for which orders have been
lesque which has been revived and at 4 o'clock, waltz and Russian spe-
asketball produced for the second time by cialties at 5 o'clock, all choruses or taken will be here before spring vaca-
esterday Mimes, will repeat its performance act 1 at 7 o'clock tonight, all chor- tion. In comparison with the fall
c junior for the fourth time Saturday night. uses of act 2 at 7:30 tonight. sales which amounted to more than
s with a making the sixth time the play has Intramural basketball as follows: $200 these figures are not remarkable,
e was a been produced, the longest run of any 4 o'clock, Delta Gamma vs. Sigma but comparing them with other years
ore team play on the Michigan campus. Kappa, and Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. there has been a decided increase.
e m The first time Mimes presented the Kappa Delta; at 5 o'clock, Delta Iel- Next year, Mortar Board will hold
quarter. burlesque it played twice to full hous- ta Delta vs. Helen Newberry, and another glove sale and the proceeds
resulted ; wl gi egvnt h oe'
or of the es. The demand for the revival Zone VII vs. Alumnae hous. will again be given to the Women's
raof tlh caused arrangements to be made that Make-up committee for the Junior league.
s, shoot- resulted in the performances Wednes- Girls' play will meet from 4 to 5:30
e Foster day and 'Ihursday nights, and those o'clock today. 2:30 o'clock Sunday, in Hill auditor
tie five to be held tonight and tomorrow night. iscellineous ium.
wo shots One-half of tie proceeds are to be University Girls' Glee club will re-
goal. In presented to the Women's league, by hearse at 12:45 o'clock Saturday, and Patronize DaIly Advertisers.
eaumont imes, and it is expected that more
the field, than $500 will be realized if the pro-
hem el, duction continues to play to the well-
one bas- filled houses that have received it s SCIENTIFICALLY
rter en throug the efforts of tie Ann Arbor T H ESELECTED AND PREPARED
alumnnae who are holding their an- FOODS
nual campaign to advance the league
-h team hni lrlins fr'nr
men at Earlham college, Richmond,
Indiana, spoke of a custom at that col-
lege of giving a cup each year to the
class who made the most health points.
Miss Florence Purrington, of Mount
Holyoke college, at South Hadley,
Massachusetts, said that at Mount
Holyoke a cup is given annually to
the senior woman who in her four
years at college has made the most
improvement in her physical condi-
Ii speaking of the establishment of
such a custom at tire University, Dr.
Margaret Bell, of the physical educa-;
tion department, and the Health Ser-
vice, said, "The system of awards fori
improvement in physical conditionI
would undoubtedly be a good thing for
Michigan women, if the movement
were started-by the student body itself,
perhaps by the W. A. A."
According to Dr. Bell there is a real
need for something to further inter-t
est in the maintenance of good health
among college women; she stated that
college women do not take as good
care of their health as college men,
they do not get as much exercise as
men, nor as much sleep. She also
spoke with regret of the widespread
practice of dieting among women ofi
the University, and said that in her
opinion many women were undermin-
ing their health in this way. Accord-
ing to Dr. Bell, the Health Service
records show many cases of serious;
illness which could be prevented by
good health habits.
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority announc-
es the pledging of Doris Selleck, '27,
of Ann Arbor.
r, in the
s for the
Some changes in the play have been
made. New sets, designed by Fred
E. Hill, '27, are being used and new
costumes are being worn by the cast.
"Engaged" marks the turning point in
dramatic history. What "Don Quixote"
did to the novel, "Engaged" did to
the drama, namely laughed the old-
fashioned, sentimental type of plot out
of existence by exaggerating and
bringing to light its true ridiculous-
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soavea ,fat te mara o regent s aces noz remedy the situation because '
should adopt the proposed changed !of its usual laxity in being enforced.
curriculum for women." Sophomore -
: tryouts for the teams selected will be 1 "
made at the regular meeting of Ath-.
ena next Tuesday, March 16, at which
time three minute talks will be giv-1
en by those wishing to try out for the
debate. The members present vill act "
This debate is an , annual event D
between the two literary societies on
the Michigan campus, the wimners of
which receive the silver loving cup.
Athena society has succeeded in hold-
ing it for the last three years. ,a
Lucile Canby, '26, was elected vice-
president of Athena at the regularE
1lmeeting held Wednesday night. The
other officers of the society are: Dor -
othy Cline, '26, president; Kathryn
Scott, '26, secretary; and lelen Gcr-
herding, '26, treasurer. Edna Zieg- TAI
ler,, parliamentarian of Athena, was4
in charge of the program which took
the form of parliamentary drill. I
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