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WrM~NE1SD-A ', CTORETR 4. 1926

TH" MTCHITGAN DAILY

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NOTES GROWTH IN
ATHLETIC SPIRIT
Freedom Promotes Entiusiasm, States
'r. BeslY New Sports Attract
Participants
. -: W.A.A. TO RUN SPORTS
"Gredater enthusiasm is being shown
this year by the University women
for their physical education work than
ever before," was a statement recently
made br Dr. Margaret Bell, head of
the physical education department of
this University. "Never have such op-
portunities been offered, our students
in physical education work and until
this year they have never been al-
lowed the freedom which they now
have in directing the W. A. A.
"This year the W.A.A. booklet was
organized entirely y the association
itself with no help from members of
the physical education department and
this coming year all the sports will
be run directly by this organization.
Swimming meets will take place this
winter and the W. A. A. will have
1 complete charge of them.
"Never have"the physical education
classes been so full as this year," con-
iued Dr. Bell. "Both swimming and
olf are proving very popular, and
each have great advantages for the
women enrolled in these classes. Mrs.
Stewart Hanley, district golf champ-
ion of Detroit, has offered her services
free of £harge to instruct the women
n golf' aid Miss kMcCormick of the
physical education department will as-
*isf her.' This year women of the
(Jniversity have the use of the Michi-
anUnion pool. Here they will have
he 'opportunity to pass their campers
tests'and life savings tests.
"Hockey classes are limited this
S:-year to thirty members and this will
give every woman greater opportunity
to play and to obtain individual in-
struction. Palmer field is also in
better shape and this will make the
play faster.
"In every line of athletics we are
anticipating great success and feel we
shal get it with the co-operation
which the women are giving us," con-
cluded Dr. Bell.
W. A. A. Tea Room
Reopens. Monday
Opportunity is offered to all women
anxious to enter W.A.A. work by the
coming of theW. A. tea room Mnday,
October 11. This tea room is located
i nthe basement of Barbour gymnas-
ium and is open every afternoon from
h 3 to 6 o'clock except Friday. The
work offers a splendid opportunity to
anyone desiring to become better ac-
quainted. Sandwiches, tea and pastry
are served. All women interested are
L_ d b - to ieu at Barbour gymnas-

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Interclass Tennis
To Commence Today
Draws have been completed for the
interclass tennis tournament which'
will start Wednesday, Oct. G, and have!
been posted on the bulletin board in
the corridor of Barbour gymnasium.
The first round must be finished by
Monday, Oct. 11, if the weather per-
mits.
The person in the top part of each
pairing is responsible for getting in,
touch with her opponent and arrang-
ing the time of her match. If she fails
to do this in the time allowed she au-
tomatically forfieits the match and the
girl in the lower half of the pair
goes on to the next round.
There are 15 seniors, 17 juniors, six
sophomores, and nine freshmmen en-
tered. It is requested that the re-
sults of each match be played on thel
tournament schedule as soon as the
match has been played. Any further
information may be obtained by call-
ing Louise Briggs, '28, at 7117.
ELSIE JANIS TO
ENTERTAIN HERE
Coming as the initial artist on the
series of programs which the Ann Ar-
bor group of Michigan women are
presenting this winter, Elsie Janis,
popularly known by the boys of the
A. E . F. as "Captain Elsie," will ap-
pear in Hill auditorium Thursday,
Oct. 14. Miss Janis is very popular as
an entertainer and a mimic and is
bringing a quartet of artists with her.
The committee in charge of this en-
tertainment is led by Mrs. Hugh Keel-
er, assisted by Mrs. Theda Holen, who
is attending to posters and Miss Dor-
othy Bennetts, publicity chairman.
The series is so arranged that anyone
desiring tickets for all numbers may
keep the same seats throughout the
season. Slater's bookstore is handl-
ing the mail orders for the program
and all seats are being reserved.
week, stating the hour 'most conven-
ient for them to work.
The committee in charge will wel-
come any suggestions for the menu.
Anyone desiring more informaton call
Margaret Purdy, '27, 7717.
Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.J

Michigan Women
Attend Meeting
Fourteen :Michigan women were
among the members of the 10 day Y.
W. C. A. conference held this sum-
mer at Lake Geneva, Wis. Seven
were representatives of the University
Y. W. C. A. while the others were
from the nurses' association.
Interest groups discussing the pro-
blems of campus life, and Bible dis-
cussion comprised the morning pro-
gram. Talks in the evening were giv-
en by men of national reputation.
Among these leaders were Howard Y.
McClusky of this University; Prof.
Glen Clarke of McAlliter college,

N O T I C E S tmeet at4 o'clock today at Barbour
gymnasium.
There will be a meet ing (of the '. The cabinet of the Y. W. C. A. will
A . A."oard at 7 o ocktomorrow meet at 4 o'clock today in Newberry
night at the Kappa Delta house, 1620 ball.
Cambridge road. All entering upperclasswomen
The point system committee will must attend the organization lecture
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to be. given by Miss Alice Lloyd, of
the committee of advisors to women,
at 7 o'clock tomorrow night in Sarah
daswell Angell hall. Prompt attend-
ance is necessary foir the doors will
be closed as soon as Miss Lloyd be-
gins to speak.

Wyvern will hold its first meeting
at 7 o'clock tonight at the Delta Gam-
ma house. All members are urged to
be present to consider candidates for
membership.
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

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Minnesota; Dean Voight of Ohio col-
lege;; and Howard Thurman, pastor
of the Zion Baptist church at Ober-
lin.
The members of the conference
were divided into companies of 12,
of which five of the Michigan dele-
gates were leaders. These companies
talked over the topics discussed in the
interest groups, and provided a means
for the women to become acquainted.
Of special interest during the con-
ference was a Lantern night and In-
ternational night meeting led by Miss
Priscilla Choy, a graduate student in
the University of Michigan. As a
part of the former, a pageant was
presented in which all the countries'
were represented. Its theme empha-
sized the spirit of fellowship existing
between the American and foreign
students.
Mrs. Henderson To
Aid Alumnae Group
Furthering the interests of the
Women's league campaign fund, Mrs.
W. D. Henderson, executive secretary
'of the alumnae council will leave to-
inorrow for Chicago, where she will
meet various groups there during the
rest of this week. Mrs. Henderson
will confer with the board of direc-
tors of the Chicago alumnae club Fri-
day night.
The Michigan group will hold a
luncheon at the City Club Saturday
noon, at which Mrs. Henderson will
be the guest of honor. At this meet-
ing, slides of the building will be
thrown on the screen and a complete
description of the League building
given.

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