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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1926

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RECREATION, FITNESS Articles Committee
Asks For Donations
ARE im UO . , Letters were mailed yesterday to the
many women's league houses and
edormitoriesby the articles committee
Organization Continues Mebersip of the League Bazaar. These letters
Drive; Offers Varied Field designated what articles should beE
Of Activity Jldonated by the groups for the annual
bazaar to be held this year on Dec.
ATHILETIC POINTS REUIRED: 3 and 4.

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Recreation and physical fitness are
the two aims of the Women's Athletic
Association which is this week hold-
ing a membership drive. The drive'
will last until Friday afternoon dur-
ing which time all women having a
total of 100 athletic honor points and
so eligible for membership will be
solicited. Active membership dues are
$1 and are used throughout the year
to pay the expenses of the organiza-
tion, which include the banquets held
at the close of each athletic season,
the W. A. A. parties and the awards
for participation in the organized1
sports.
According to Dr. Margaret Bell,
professor of the department of
physical education, the W. A. A. is a'
splendid organization through whichl
to make fast friends, to recreate and'
to polish up an athletic hobby. Dr.
Bell's advice is "Come out in the
beginning and live happily ever after."
W. A. A. activities are so varied that
many different types are needed to
carry on the. different phases. The
organization sponsors riding, hiking,l
swimming, and dancing, besides the7
major sports, hockey, basketball, and
baseball.
To be an active member of W. A. A. 1
any University woman must earn 100E
athletic honor points by participation1
in some sport. The following are someI
of the sports and the honor points
which may be received by participa-
tion, all major sports, hockey, basket-
ball, and baseball, first team 100
points, first squad 75 points, second
team 50 points. All other sports are
counted as minor sports and 50 points
are received for first team members.
There are also individual sportsj
which are open to everyone: dancing,'
hiking, health cards and swimming.
Certain tests in swimming are pro-
scribed and points are received for
passing them. The greatest number
of points namely 100, are received for
passing the Life Saving test.
Helen Wills, former national tennis
champion, is among the 358 junior
honor students at the University of
California. This is the second time
that she has been on the honor roll.
She is also a member of Phi Beta
.Kappa.
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The bazaar, which is one of the
major programs of the Women's
league in their endeavor to raise their
building fund, will take the form of a
country fair. Articles will not, how-
ever, be limited in any way. Under the
chairmanship of Bernice Staebler '28,
the committee on articles has ar-
ranged that the articles donated shall
vary from pillows to rabbits which
will take place of the woofie dogs sold
last year. The prices set are reason~
able and it is hoped all articles will
prove suitable as Christmas gifts.
All articles contributed are to be in
by November 20, while any house en-
tering the contest given for the best
articles should have the articles in be-
fore if possible. The contest is based
on three factors: punctuality, 100 per-
cent contribution (contribution of it
least 50 cents worth of articles from
each individual), and lastly workman-
ship on the articles.
NOTICES'
There will be a meeting of the Sym-
phonic league at 4 o'clock Thursday in
room 305, School of Music.
There will be an organization
meeting of the League of Women Vot-
ers, at 4 o'clock today in 1213 Angell
hall. All interested are invited to be
present.
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SORORITY AND ZONE
TIE IN HOCKEY GAME
With Nellie Hoover, '28, playing her
E usual fast and efficient game, the
hockey contest between Zone 6 and
Delta Gamma yesterday afternoon
ended with a tie of 2-2. Other con-
sistent players were Alice Crane, '28,
of the Zone team and Elizabeth Nutt,
'28, Lucille Walsh, '27, Esther Wood,
'27Ed, of the Delta Gamma team. The
lineup is as follows:
Delta (amina Zone 6
A. Miller ........G......... C. Held
A. Platt ....... L. F........ T. Levine
J. Olds ........ R. F......... J. Jones
L. Walsh ."..... C. H. ... E. Treadwell
E. Nutt ........ R. I......... A. Cohan
J. Duffield .....R. W........A. Crane
V. Johnston .... C. F.....N. Hoover
L. Seeley.......L. I........D. Nicolai
J. Calvert.......L. W......
E. Wood ....... R. H.........
The remaining three games that
were scheduled were defaulted, Delta
Zeta to Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Gamma
Delta to Martha Cook, and Zeta Tau
Alpha to Helen Newberry Residence.
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( WHY THlE "VI"
The Y. W. C. A. has a work
on the Michigan campus which
no other organization can accom-
plish. Since the money being
secured in the present campaign
( is used to further this great
work, it is absolutely essential
that everyone do her utmost to
contribute to the financial suc-
cess of the drive.
EVELYN MURRAY, '27,
President of the
Women's League.

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Y. W. C. A. Approach
One Third Of Total
With reports received from only CO
of the 165 workers, receipts of the first1
day of the Y. W. C. A. finance drive
totaled $353, representing the contr.-
butions of 180 students. This amount
in addition to that subscilbed by team
workers before the actual beginning
og the campaign brings the total to
$679. The team captained by Virginia
Royce, '27, leads in the securing of
contributions for the first day.
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First Church of Christ, Scientist
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Announces a Free Lecture on
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Bicknell Young, C. S. B.
of Chicago, Illinois
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
At
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE
FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER V, 1926
At 8:00 O'clock P. M.

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Gloves With Warm fur
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$3.50 to $10
Slip your hands into a pair of these warm lined
gloves and laugh at the cold. Gauntlet and slip-on
strap wrist styles. In grey, tans and browns.
Goodyear's
124 South Main St.

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Corsages: All Styles and Prices.
Flowers, Palms and Plants for the House Party.
Moderate Prices.

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Phone 7014

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New Arrivals
Clever hats for the many
events of Homecoming.
Priced
$7.50 to $15.00
Special Clearance
of
Metallic, Velvet, Velour
Hats
at
$5.00

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