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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 36, 192 l

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIve

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OFFR[ INSTRUCTION IN
GOLF FROM CHAMPION!
Mrs. Steward Itanley, Of Detroit Will
G.ive Information On Local
Coarse Monday
IS DISTRICT VICTOR
Mrs. Stewart Hanley, district golf
champion of Detroit, will be in Ann
Arbor the entire day Monday, Nov. 1
and will devote her time exclusively
to the University women who are in-
terested in golf and who are enrolled
in the golf courses offered by the
physical education department.
Mrs. Hanley is intensely interested
in golf as a course for all University
women and is doing all in her power
to further the interest of this game
among young women. Mrs. Hanley is
offering her services free of charge
and will spend her day in Ann Arbor
on the University golf course. All
women who are not enrolled in hany
of the golf courses of the'physical
education department but who can
play golf and desire extra knowledge
and coaching are invited tq come to
the University golf course any time
on Monday and receive help from Mrs.
i3lanley.
This past summer Mrs. Hanley con-
ducted a golf tournament on the
Municipal Golf course in Detroit and
presented a cup to the winner.

Y. W. CABINET TO HOLD
HOUSEPARTY AT LAKE
Members of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet1
and a few invited guests will hold their1
annual house party at Portage Lake
today, Cars will leave at 9 o'clock
this morning and return at 5 o'clock.
A varied program of recreation and
entertainment has been planned for
the day. Immediately after the ar-1
rival, an informal social period will
be held, at which those who have had
especially interesting summer vaca-
tions will discuss their experiences.
Following this there will be a short
business meeting, after which every-
one wil gather on the beach for a
picnic dinner. The reading of poetry
will form the entertainment for a
short time' after dinner, and then
every one will take part in active
games. In the middle of the after-
noon, a discussion of the purpose of
the Y. W. C. A. on the Michigan cam-
pus will be led by Miss Maud Gwynn,
national student secretary of the Y.
W. C. A.
Party Will Utilize
Football Animation
Football jollity will characterize the
next Women's league party which will
be held in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
of Barbour Gymnasium Friday, Nov.
5. Blankets, pennants, and streamers
of ribbons symbolizing the school
colors of Wisconsin as well as of
Michigan will decorate the hall.
Dancing will begin at 4 o'clock to
Carl Lundquist's orchestra and special
football stunt will be included in the
afternoon's entertainment. Refresh-
ments of hot coffee and hot weiner
sandwiches will be served. Accord-
ing to Ruth Tuttle, '27, chairman of
the event, this party will be a pepi
gathering for the women of Michigan.
It will aim to awaken spirit and
loyalty in them so that ' they will
really back their team, and cheer it
on to- victory on the morrow of its
big encounter.
Classified ads bring big results for
money invested.-Ad.

N 0 T I C E S kets packed by this time so that there RIDING CLUB PLANS
will be no delay.
Mummers willhold dramatic try
All women interested in an open outs Monday and Tuesday from 3 to At the last meeting of the Crop and
house meeting or a hockey game at 5:30 o'clock in Newb!rry auditorium. Saddle Riding club, Agnes Hoffman,
0. s.U.non hburle b ardrequest Sigma. Alpha Iota, musical sorority, '29 was elected president and Norma
lbour gymnasium immediately i announces the pledging of the follow1- R{eid, '28, secretary. Plans for the
ingwomen: Cecil Hathaway, '28, Mar future were discussed. All those who
There will be a meeting of the main guerite Jones, '29, Helen Vahl, '29, ┬źnt to ride with the group at 8:30
Bazaar committee at 4 oclock Monday Dorothy Wilson, '29, Lucille Deinzer, c1ock Sunday morning, call Louise
in Barbour gymnasium. ?'29, Helen Fagg. '29, Hope Bauer, '28, Hoffian, 6043, before 6 o'clock Satur-
The following games will be play- 1Rosseau Criswell, '28, Louise Russell,'d
ed at 10 oclock today: Betsy Barbour ,29, Lottie Hutzel and Helen Alian ,ll interested in riding are urged to
house vs. Zone 15 under Mary graduate students. ;sign the poster on the bulletin at Bar-
Donald, '28, and Alpha Xi Delta vs. ,our gyi u.
Zone 8 under Esther Lockhart, '29. (_1 __ourgymnasium.
The time of departure for the W. Political campaigns similar to those
A. A. overnight hike has been changed. carried on by candidates for govern- assembly. Accounts of the platforms
All women going on this hike must ment positions are held by women at of women candidates are published
plan to leave Barbour gymnasium at the University of Texas. The honor regularly in the "Daily Texan," the
1 o'clock. T'hey must have their blan- sought is membership on the women's campus publication.
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Phi Gamma Mu And
Alpha Phi Tie, 0-0
Alpha Phi and Phi Gamma Mu
fought yesterday afternoon in an at-
tempt to score in their intramural
hockey game but both were unsuc-
cesful. The result of the game was a
0-0 tie. Though neither team scored
a point some excellent playing was
displayed by Helen Richards of the
Alpha Phi team who played a back-
field position and who kept the play-
ing almost entirely in the Alpha Phi
territory.
Zone 1 forfeited to Adelia Cheever.
The 5 o'clock games were not played.
During the past week's tournament
games there have been a great many
tie games. These games will not be
regarded as either a lost game for
either team or as a game won. If
any of the teams which tie in the pre-
liminary games come up for the final
games the games which they have
previously tied will not be regarded
as a blot on their record.
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