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Find Professiginal School nFurollnent
has Increased By One Third I
"Jne Last Year
Each succeeding year witnesses tho
growth of the, enrollment in the phys-
ical education department of the Uni-

versity aid this year it shows an in-
crease of over 33 percent. Last year$
there were 41 women in this school
and this year the enrollment has en-
larged to 65 students.
As in 'every other department of
the University students come from all!
over the country and in this school
there are even members coming from
as far as Hawaii. This list also in-
cludes students who have previously
taken physical education work in the
Boston School of Physical Education,
Sargent, and Central School of Hygi-}
ene (New York).-
The 1927 June graduating class will
be the first four year physical educa- Mrs. Stewart Hanley
tion class to be graduated and will
have 16 members. Physical educa- Mrs. Stewart Hanley has offered her
tion seniors this year are doing a great services free of charge to the physical
deal of-outside work. Seven of the education department of the Univer-
seniors are doing directed teaching at sity of Michigan. Mrs. Hanley was
Angell school, five at the University district golf champion of Detroit last
high school, two are assisting in the year and at stated intervals through-
college department, one teaching folk out this coming year she will be at
dancing, and three are in the physi- the University to instruct the elective
otheropy department at the University golf courses which have been inaugur-
hospital. tated this year.
A number of the underclassmen are
understudying this work now as Camp Panhellenic Ticket
Fire guardians, Y. W. C. A. swimmingTik
instructors and as apprentices at the Sale Begins Monday
The physical education department
announces that Miss Margaret H'Doub- Having allowed only 100 tickets for
ler of the University of Wisconsin is independent women who wish to at-
coming to the University for aweek-tend the Panhellenic ball which will
end in the near future. Miss H'Doub- "n h ahlei alwihwl
ler is recognized as one of the leading be held Friday, Nov. 26, the committee
artist-teachers of the dance in this desires that applications should be
country and her visit here is eagerly made early. Independent women may
anticipated by those who know her secure their tickets from 3:30 to 5
work. Physical education students o'clock Monday t Barbour gymnas-
and members of Orchesis will have an in.
opportunity to work with her at this
time. Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.

That the present age is not charac-
acterized by an indifference to relig-
ion is the belief of Miss Winnifred
Wygal, national student secretary of
the Y. W. C. A. as expressed at a joint
dinner of the cabinets of the Y. W.
C. A. and S. C. A. Thursday night at
the Haunted Tavern. "Jesus was nev-
er so much talked of as He is today,"
said Miss Wygal.
Miss Wygal has had wide experience
in the field of religious conferences.
Last summer she was one of the ten
delegates from the United States to the
biennial meeting of the World Stu-
dent Christian association in Neibur,
Denmark. In addition, she visited the
Karlavu conference in Serbia.
Miss Wygal outlined several pro-
posed conferences which are to be
held within the next two years. In
June 1927, the executive committee
of the World Student Christian asso-
ciation will meet in America; a pan-
Pacific conference of all student move-
ments bordering on the Pacific will
meet in Switzerland during the same
period. The next two years are es-
pecially significant, for student life all
over the world is taking itself more
seriously. A significant screen is form-
ed by the interaction of students of
different countries according to Miss
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Women's Rifle Team N O T I C E S classes. Alexandria Janhusky vs. Leader To Explain
ma Roomer, and IRuth LambeardersToExplain
Faces Busy Season There will be an organized W. A. A. Sally Knox. "Power Of Praver"
hike leaving Barbour gymnasium this There will be a meeting of all the
morning at 9 o'clock. W. A. A. honor chairmen of the Women's league and
Through the endeavors of the Na- points will be accorded for participa- Interchurch bazaar at 4 o'clock Mon- Continuing the talks on the "Sourc-
tional Rifle association, a Women's Na- tion in this hike. day in Barbour gymnasium. es of Power" which are being given
tional Intercollegiate Rifle league has j There will be a meeting of all ath- There will be tryouts for the Sopho- at the weekly association meetings of
been formed, in which the University letic managers at 4 o'clock Monday. It Imore circus band at 4:30 o'clock Mon-
of Michigan is included. is important that every manager be (lay in the parlor: of the gymnasium..s
rThe league which comes in the way Itnere. If it is impossible to be pres- Tryouts are requested to bring any regional Y. W. C. A. secretary for the
of an innr'vation will exchange tele- ent send a representative. musical instrument they desire to I area which comprises Michigan, Ohio,
tjgraphic results thus making possible' ThQ junior vs. freshman class hock- play. and indiana, will speak on the "Pow-
dual meets. Michigan has however,ey games and the seniors vs. sopho- Miss Winnifred rygal, national stu- er of Prayer" at 4 o'clock Monday in
ten meets scheluled outside of the lea- mores games will be played off next i dent secretary of the Y. W. C. A., will Newberry hall. The talk will be pre-
- gue among these, the University of week before Thursday. The final will complete her series of Bible studies ceded as usual by a short social hour.
South Dakota, the University of Mary- I be played off Friday or Saturday. from 10 to 12 o'clock this morning in All women are cordially invited to be
land, which held the championship of The following intramural hockeyI Newberry hall, present and those who are interested,
the Women's national match held last games will be played off Monday, Nov. The Monday evening section of the in joining the Y. W. are especially
year, the University of Cincinnati, and 15: 4 o'clock, Martha Cook vs. Alpha Faculty Women's club will meet at uIuged to attend.
the University of Oregon. Phi, Delta Gamma vs. Deltta Delta Del- the club house on Monday evening,
A beginners class under the direc- I ta; 4:30 o'clock, Adelia Cheever vs. Nov. 15, at 7:30 o'clock. Snbscribe for the3 M11ian nily


tion of Capt. L. M. Bricker of the R. Alpha Xi Delta, Betsy Barbour vs.
0. T. C. is under way and meet Mon- Phi Gamma Mu.
days for practice at the women's rifle The third round of the interhour
range in room 330, W. Engineering hockey tournament will be played off
building. Another class for beginners Wednesday, Nov. 17, 4 o'clock, Mon-
under Captain Bricker will meet next ! day and Wednesday 10 o'clock class-I
Tuesday for the first time and is open es vs. Tuesday and Thursday 11 o'-
for all women on the campus. clock classes, Monday and Wednesday
The regular squad composed of wo- 2 o'clock classes vs. Monday and Wed-
men who have had previous instruc- nesday 3 o'clock classes. At 4 o'clock
tion or experience in rifle marksman- Wednesday Kappa Delta will play Pi
ship will meet next Wednesday after- Beta Phi hockey team.
noon, for the first practice, under the The following women have won the
leadership of Maurine L. Jones, '23, class tennis tournament, Alexandria
captain of the team. Janhusky for the freshmen, Sally Knox
-_for the sophomores, Norma Roemer for

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