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~SATUJRDAY, DIPGEMBER If, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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rAh DetsNew Bureau BELIEVES INTERCOLLEGIA TE GAME.S
BETSYBARBOUR WIN% Directs N________
NOf Educational Aims WILL BROADEN VIEWPOINT OFW E
HS IyIi My 1 "Intercollegiate athletics for women girl's. entire abillty. hofa;i :.
Iwould tend to develop their mental as' lan n be nridonted T ne'

i, ager needs assistance call Gladys tion of the Women's Faculty club will Eing their fur coats free of charge wit
>> * ,zn (all the basketball manager, All University oien while theyai Mrs. Blackburn. This il guard
' heaumont, 21114. are in Barbbour gymnasium have agaist stealing which may take piare
tThe onday evening drama sec- been accorded the privilege of check- between now and the holidays.

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Zeta Tau Alpha Places Second, While
Kappa Delta And P1 Beta
Phi Tie For Third
VCTORS MAKE 89 POINTS
Betsy Barbour house fought through
to another victory Thursday night
w hen she won the first intramural
swimming meet held this season in
the Michigan Union pool, by a score'
of 8 points. The victory was a de-<
cisive one, being 36 points ahead of>
her nearest opponent, Zeta Tau Al-
phla, who had a score of 53 points. The
(1thr houses who placed in the meet
tat., T.a pwoDelta adP B hihwo
:,rc a te honors for third place with
49 points each, and Martha Cook who
.laced fourth with 42 points.
Virginia Losee, '30, of Betsy Bar-
hour house was individual high point
m~or~ r, catturing three first places,
making 30 points, and Jessica Nixon.
'27, ci Pi Beta Phi house followed
closoly behind her. All first places
were accorded ten points each, sec-
ondl places six points, third place four
pcmnts, and fourth place two points.
Time following events are in the or-
der they were run off with the time of
the winner of the event. Back crawl,
Virginia Losee, '30, Betsy Barbour
house, first; Jessica Nixon, '27, see-
ond, Pi Beta Phi; Louise Cody, '30,'
third, Betsy Barbour house; time 18.4
seconds. Underarm side, Marjorie
Riied, '27Ed, Zeta Tau Alpha, and --~ -
Katherine Evans, '30, Kappa Delta, Mrs. Margaret B. Benson
tied for first place; Katherine Dexter, A new women's bureau has just
'21, Helen Newberry residence, receiv- been organized by the National Asso-
(d third place; time 22.6 seconds. ciation of Manufacturers with Mrs.
Breast stroke, Eileen Miller, '27, Delta Margaret B. Benson as director. The
Gamma, first place; Elizabeth Nutt, bureau was started in recognition of
'28, Delta Gamma, second; Gladys the growing importance of women in
Appelt, '28, Kappa Delta, third; Nellie industry and will be educational in its
Hoover, '28, Zone 6, fourth; time 21.2 activity.
seconds, Elementary back stroke.
Ilerma Grabowsky, '30, Betsy Barbour
house, first; Elsa Mack, "28Ed, Al- Y. W. C. A. To Offer
pha Chi Omega, second; Sarah Bonne,
'28, Alpha Omicron Pi, and Margaretl Christmas Program
Nichols, '27, Martha Cook, tied for
third place; time 28.8 seconds. Crawl.
Virginia Losee, '30, Betsy Barbour The Association day of the Y. W.
house, first; Jessica Nixon, '27, Pi C. A. will have as its feature at the
Beta Phi, second; Frances Sackett, 4 o'clock meeting Monday a Christ-
Zone 15, third; Alice Felske, '27, Zeta mas program under the direction of
Tau Alpha, fourth; time 14 seconds. Elizabeth Knapp, '28. A choir of women
Diving was judged by Mrs. Van composed of Helen Beaumont, '28,
Sickle, Miss Laurie Campbell, and Elizabeth Blac, '28, Madra Rix, '28,
Miss Annis Hall, of the physical ed- Ruth Ale, '28, Helen Brown, '28, and
ucation department and according to Anna Cope, '28, will sing a proces-
specified diving rules they accorded sional and recessional of Christmas
Virginia Losee, '30, Betsy Barbour carols as they enter the room. Dor-
house, first place with 82 points; Flor- othy Jeffrey Wulp, associate secretary
ence Holmes, '29, Alha Phi, second of the Y. W. C. A. will read "The
place with 78.5 points; and Jessica I Other Wise Man," Barbara Hewitt, '28,
Nixon, '27, Phi Beta Phi, Gladys Ap- will play a violin solo and Shirley
pelt, '28, Kapa Delta, and Frances King will give a vocal solo
Sackett, Zone 15, third place with 70.51 All of the women will join in the
points. The relay was won by /Betsy singing of Christmas carols. The at-
Barbour house with Zeta Tau Alpha mosphere of the Christmas season will
second; Martha Cook, third, and Al- be carried out in the decorations and
pha Xi Delta, fourth. program and refreshments , will be
There were 73 entrants in the entire served after the meeting.
meet. All professional phyiscal ed-
ucation students who were not in the Dr. Cor'a Johnson Best, adventuress,
meet officiated. authoress, and lecturess, will make her
Virginia JLosee who made the most second appearance Tuesday - night,
individual points, entered the Univer- Dec. 21, in Pattengill auditorium, Ann
sity this fall as a"freshman coming Arbor high school, under the auspices
from Central high school in Detroit. of the Ann Arbor Business and Profes-
She has been swimming for the past I sional Women's club. She will relate
year for the Detroit Yacht club and many of her interesting experiences
has represented them at numerous which have occurred in various parts
meets both in Detroit and in Florida. of the world.

well as physical sphere of action, and ;,also be enough cempunlscry '.'ork to

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to lengthen the radius their outlook
on life," stated Miss Beatrice John-
son, of the office of advisors to wom-
en, in an interview recently.
"There seems to be a strong tend-
ency to develop competition in intel-
lectual activities between colleges.
Especially is this true in New England
where a series of contests including
essays, poetry, and debating are now
being sponsored. It would be an ad-
visable step to introduce intercollegi-
ate women's athletics and foster phys-
ical competition as well," Miss John-
son continued.
"The proposed adoption of inter-
collegiate sports for women would
teach cooperation and a serious en-
gaging in organized team work. This
probably accompanies intramural ath-
letics, but it would be more keen and
serious as an intercollegiate event be-
cause of the responsibility involved.
It would mean taking the women en-
tirely out of her self and putting all
gains or losses on an institutional
basis; in other words, a development
of a consciousness of herself as part
of a group. Such a program would
also be a factor in broadening her
viewpoint by giving her direct contact
with other institutions.
"I do not believe, however, that
Michigan is as yet ready for intercol-
legiate women's athletics. It is neces-
sary that internal athletics be de-
veloped to the point of utilizing each

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keep every girl in good physical con -
dition throughout the four years. In
order to have a varsity team here, the
staff would have to devote cons1der-
able time to, a few, whereas it is at
present not capable of handling to
the best advantage the large numbers
it is compelled to deal with. There is
a lack of equipment as well as teach-
ing force.
"United States today is not assum-
ing its need of cooperation with other
nations," Miss Johnson added. "It is
the old story of America being the
"best" country in the world-the pro-
vincial idea held by some Americans.
It would not be stretching the point,
in my opinion, to asy that narrowingl
one's activities to just his own col-
lege is an embryonic form of the site
turn of mind which keeps America
provincial."
Miss Johnson attended Bernard e!l-
lege, the girls' unit of the Univers iiy
of Columbia, for three years alter
which she attended the Univerist y of
Maine from which institution she
graduated and also took her master's
degree.
NOTICES
All athletic managers must havej
their intramural basketjball entry
blanks in the physical education of-
fice by Monday, Dec. 13. If any zone

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