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October 14, 1927 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-10-14

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A __________M
Tfl rliNew Members Are MISS JOHNSON IS
B SELLLR F'M b Ae S O OI Elected By Wyvern NEW INSTRUCTOR Athletic A nnouncem ent Of Th
[N Isociety announces its fall elections to
GrnItorIes. SorarItIes. anid Le" membership as follows: Rose Strass- DELAY OF FINALS FOR RIDING INSTRUCTION FOR VOLLEY BALL

(Ruth Taylor.)
" 'ains '"ill meet in3arbo

fore coming to Ann Arbor was on the
faculty of the physical education de-
partment there.
"The University of Michigan offers
many opportunities to women who are
interested in dancing," says Miss
Johnson as she talks about the sub-
ject in which she is most interested.
"There is much to be given them, if
they will give-only interest. Interest
is of first importance; ability may be
developed." Besides the women in
the professional school, there are 144
enrolled in the dancing classes.
"With such a large number being
trained, dancing at the University of1
Michigan has wondeful possibilities."
The brightest outlook in the future
is, of course, the dance drama to take
place in the spring. Miss Johnson
hopes that this may be developed into
an event of such individuality that it
will become a tradition as the Fresh-c
man pageant has.
"I had always wished to come to
Michigan," Miss Johnson concluded,
"And now that I am here, I am not in
the least disappointed."
will have their own cheering section

Due to unfavorable weather, furth- Riding, one of the most attractive Freshman groups organized during
er announcements in regard to the sports sponsored by W.A.A., offers all freshman week are playing volley ball
golf tournament which started this women who are interested in the activ- at Barbour gymnasium this fall. Vol-
week have been made. Score cards ity an opportunity to be included in a ley ball was chosen rather than
for the qualifying rounds will be ac- distinct riding group. The intended hockey because of the lack of space at
cepted until Tuesday, Miss Hall an- Iorganization is as follows: a class for Palmer field. Instructions in the rudi-
nounces. beginners, a group of those who ride ments of the game are being given by
It should be understood by the en- essentially for pleasure, and advanced the captains and practices are being
trants that in playing the first rounds, riders, who will be instructed in mil- scheduled. Today the groups will
the lowest scores will be considered in itary drills and fancy riding prelimin- meet as follows:
deciding the winner. Later on, the ary to the spring horse show. At 4 O'clock.
tournament will consist of match play- If enough interest is shown in this Group 13.-(Isabelle Rayen and
ing only, and the scores. will be count- last group, with a class of at least 12 Phyllis Treatman) vs. group 14
ed on each ho'e. Players will be: enrolled, W.A.A. promises to make ar- Frances Miller), and group 15 (Cath-
matched according to the results of rangements with Mr. Mullison to have ! erine Soehrens) vs. group 16 (Frances
their qualifying scores. charge of the class. For the purpose Talcott.)
It is hoped at present that the finals of registering those who want to be At 5 O'clock.
can be played Saturday morning, Oct. members of each group, a poster will Group 17-(Hermine Soukup) vs.
22. Entrants are asked to. read the I be put on the Barbour gymnasium
course rules before playing; all the bulletil board today.
playing is required by the rules of At a meeting of Pegasus early this
the tournament to be done on the week, many new members were pres-
University golf course. ent. Reports from the Mullison CAMPUS BE
Istables say that college women have
HOCKEY TOURNEY been unusually enthusiastic about 711 North
riding this fall. Saturday morning
TO BEGIN OCT. 20 rides have been very popular. A re
minder might be made that W.A.A. of-! Expert Finger Waving
Interclass hockey tournament be- fers 50 honor points for 12 rides of 2 MARJORIE (forme
gins Thursday, Oct. 20, at Palmer hours each week.
Field. The squads will be chosen early Kaythryn Francis, '28, riding manag-
next week, and will be published in er of W.A.A., announces that there will oo competent opt
next Wednesday's Daily. be a ride, open to all who want to
The schedule for the tournaiient is take part, on Sunday morning, Oct.
as follows: Thursday, October 20, 16. The riders are requested to meet 1e are ready to give you
Seniors vs. sophomores at 4 o'clock, at the Mullison stables at 9 o'clock.
juniors vs. freshmen at 5 o'clock. On There will be a bulletin board posted
Tuesday, October 25, seniors vs. fresh- this morning where those who are
men at 4. o'clock. and juniors vs. i planning to go are asked to sign. To
sophomores at 5 o'clock. Thursday, simplify the arrangements, each perF-
October 27, senior junior game at 4 son is asked to order her own horse,
o'clock, and sophomores and freshmen before Sunday morning.
at 5 o'clock.
Tuesday, November 1, seniors vs. I°."r.!/l~:.,1~o
sophomores at 4 o'clock, juniors vs.b
freshmen at 5 o'clock. On Thursday, Mirror Beauty ShopFor Fur
November 3 at 4 o'clock, seniors andSt
freshmen; at 5 o'clock juniors and
sophomores. Tuesday, November 8, SPAL Fashion
the seniors and juniors will play at 4 SP C A
o'clock, and the sophomores and fresh-
men will play at 5 o'clock. Mondays and Tuesdays The tiny veil on
This schedule wil be strictly fol-
lowed unless it rains. All postpone-
ments will be announced. Shampoo and Wave Will be show
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