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'PAGlE F'IVE

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Students Are Poorly Equipped To Take WAREDINFLER
MANY WREPHSENT CHOItsCES ARE RESLT ARE IL S AWUTINCRS
Advanced Courses, Says Prof. Rovillain
Tf F f QQualifyingfor the bronze pins, TO PRACTICES
AT H"What do I think of higher educa- knowledge to and it hangs suspend- which are the first awards made to
neo oe re e "The remedy for this situat women shooting a required score in io i,
Tale Were Arr ged in the Soipe Eugene Rovillain of the French de- my opinion, said Professor Rovi- As a result o. the selections made rifle, will begin tomorrow. All women Plans are materializing for the an-
Of a Letter "It"; Decorations partment yesterday. "That's a difficult lain, "to have more extensive inter- for the 1927 University all-star wom- who have had previous experience in nual sophomore circus which is to be
Were Tapers And "liius." question and one which I would notimediate courses, giving a more gen- en's team, announced last night at firing are urged to come out for the given December 2 and 3 during the,
attempt to answer. But I will tell you eral understanding to the whole sub- Women's League bazaar. A real saw-
attHE ER EAU E mttan erBuIwiltlyo the annual season wind-p ibanquet, advancedI rifle class at this time and dust ring and the most "circusy" cir-'
SPEECHES WERE FEATURE what I think of our method of pre- ject. This would, of course, take more the junior class, winner of the title to attempt to qualify for a bronze cusin the mtor of.rt e e tar
Nearly one hundred women attended paring students for higher educa-preliminary work, but it would pay in in the recent inter-class champion- pin. already becoming a reality as pra-
in''preliminaryworkbutitwouldpayinByhighereducationProfes , , ., - ma +; r ,w insanmint lnded fieo nonitions Pins wr awarded to women in tices, work-outs, and committee meet-

NOTICES
SMtlt ircus PVracti(es todIay :
Tumblin, ready for practice this
evening at 7:30 o'clock, Barbour gym.
Clowns, Barbour gym parlors at 4
o'clock.
Other stunts and acts meet in Bar-
b~our gymnasium between 4 and 5:30
o'clock. Sophomore women, this is
your last chance to sign up for the
circus.
Freshman volley ball games sched-
uled to be played today in Barbour
gymnasium are as follows: at 4

the annual hockey banquet which was
held lost night at Jo Parker's, tile
affair concluding the hockey season
of 1927.
The tables were arranged in the
form of a large letter H, at one side
of which were seated the members of
the faculty of the Physical Education
department and their escorts. The
members of all class squads, the win-
ning teams and runners up of the in-
tramural tournament, and the W.A.A.
executive board were -the remainder
of those present.
Small yellow chrysanthemums, and
'tall tapers of the four class colors
formed the decorations, and very
unique favors in the shape of small
colored wooden hockey sticks added
gaiety to the occasion.
Janet Jones, '29, hockey manager,
was mistress of ceremonies, and intro-
duced the speakers. Miss Alice Lloyd,
advisor to women, in a few words.
stressed the value of athletics and in-
terclass and intramural sports, and
believes that they are a very valuable
part of campus life, and that they
should play a legitimate part in the
life of any college woman. Miss Annis
Hall expressed keen satisfaction as to
the progress of intramural sports so
far this fall, and partially outlined
the intramural activities for the rest
of the year.
Miss Laurie Campbell, director of
interclass hockey, announced the all-
star hockey team, and spoke in gen-
eral about the hockey season. "Inter-
class hockey this fall has been most
successful," said Miss Campbell.
"especially as far as endurance, com-
petition, and interest is concerned."
She also congratulated the hockey
manager and the team managers as
to the fine interest and cooperation
which they have displayed this year.
The individual hockey awards were
presented by Dr. Margaret Bell to
those who made the class squads for
the first time. She also awarded the
junior class, team with the interclass
tournament championship, and pre-
sented the new silver hockey cup to
Kappa Delta and Betsy Barbour, win-
ners of the intramural tournament.
Dr. Bell presented a very bright fu-
ture for hockey when the new field
house is completed and there are
three hockey fields on which to play.
With these greater facilities, the de-
velopment of individual skill as well
as team work will be greatly increas-
ed, and a better type of playing will
be displayed with -the tremendous
amount of material which is afforded.
Music was furnished by Jo Parker's
orchestra, and dancing was enjoyed
between courses besides songs which
were composed and sung by the dif-
ferent class teams.
Mortarboard Sells
Gloves For League
Many orders for Mortarboard gloves
have already been taken, according to
those in charge, although the sale be-
gan only yesterday.
All orders for gloves must be in by
the end of the week so that the gloves
,will be here before Christmas vaca-
tion. One dollar is paid at the time
the order is taken and the balance
when the gloves are delivered.
The samples will also be on display
in Mrs. Henderson's office in Alumnae
Memorial hall on Thursday and Fri-
day of this week, and Monday and
Tuesday of next week between 2 and
5 o'clock. This is to give Ann Arbor
residents a chance to order.
The Museum division of the Univer-
sity of Iowa recently received a dona-
tion of a dozeil black and white Jap-
anese mice to be used for experimental
purposes.

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sor Rovillain explained that he meant
specialized or graduate work.
"As I am better acquainted with
the French department than any oth-
er, I will illustrate what I mean byt
speaking of what I know to be true in
it.. I believe that students enter spec-
ialized courses without enough cultu-
ral background. Suppose them to be
taking a course in French literature
of the 18th century. They have had
-ourses in French literature before,
yes, but they do not have a definite
knowledge of the relation of the ideas
or style or literary movements of one
century to those of another. Their
knowledge is in the form of a mo-
saic. Well, a mosaic may be interest-
ing, but it is not a beautiful painting,
for it is too disconnected in form. So
the knowledge a student has of the
subject nay be interesting, but it is
too disconnected to be of much use
to him. This disconnectedness makes
it necessary in such a course to go
back and explain the relation of the
ideas of one century to those of an-
other and the result is never as sat-
isfactory as if the student saw the

anything I have said that those who
instruct in these courses are not
competent or that the students are
not intelligent. The fault is not with
them, but with the method."
LEAGUE TO HOLD
BAZAAR DEC. 2-3,
Gentlemen about campus will be in-
terested in the Women's league and
Interchurch, Bazaar to be held De-
cember 2 and 3, it is predicted. Par-
ticularly at the candy booth will the
men be promineint patrons, for over.
this place, the campus blondes will
preside. Under the direction of Mary
Bowen, '29, it has been planned that
the sellers at the candy booth will.
be only of the blonde-haired type, thus
adding distinction to the general at-
tractiveness.
Old-fashioned tea cup fortunes,
future happiness and tragedies foretold
by the cards, and life stories read pro-
ficiently from the tell-tale lines of!
palms, will be features of the enter-
tainment. Dorothy Morehouse, '28,
and her committee have also arranged

on the first team. The senior class
came in second with three of their
players being chosen while the re-
mainder of the openings were filled by
two freshmen and one sophomore. The
;unior team players were chosen to
I fill one forward position, two half-
back, one fullback, and the goalkeep-
er berths. The other forward placesI
were awarded to one freshman and the3
three senior stars, while the one!
sophomore and a freshman are placed
to fill the remaining halfback and full-
back positions.
Because of the wealth of good ma-
terial available, great difficulty wasl
encountered in choosing the team. In
several instances hot disputes were
occasioned and decisions on the part
of the selection board were long de-

the rifle classes for the first time last3
spring. They were given on the ba-'
sis of years of service on the riflel
team. Those who had shot on the
team for one year received a bronze
pin; members of two years' standing
were given silver pins; and those who
had served for three years received
gold pins. This year, however, the
awards will be given to women who
shoot certain required scores.
For the bronze pin, a score of 95
prone is required. To qualify for the
silver pin, a woman must shoot 97j
prone, and 90 sitting. The require-
ments for the gold pin are: 98 prone,
94 sitting, and 92 kneeling. A fourth
pin, which has not yet been awarded
to any woman, is a gold rifle with
small pendant attached. To qualify

elation himself. Another disadvan- Ifor Junior Girls' Play skits to be pre-
tage is that while the student may sented, in the league parlors. Fish-
know thoroughly the work covered in ing through the ice into deep mys-
a course, he has nothing to tie this terious ponds will attract veteran
PLANS FOR BALL fishermen to the winter carnival, and
a "good catch" is guaranteed.
NEAR COMPLETION With the bazaar but two weeks
away, it is urged that houses begin

Preparations for Pan-Hellenic ball to work on the articles assigne
ire nearing completion, as the plans them by Helen Rankin, '29, chair
f the various committees take defin- of the article committee. As
ite form. The chaperones for the viously announced there will be a
ball have been selected and the in- test based on one-hundred per
vitations sent out. The chaperones contribution, punctuality, work
are to be as follows: President and ship, and general attractiveness.
Mrs. Little, Dean and Mrs. Effinger, Samples of all articles are due '
Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss Grace Rich-haddibewn3:0nd5oc
ards, Miss Beatrice Johnson, Miss Thursday, November 17, at the le
Ethel McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Field- parlors in Barbour gymnasium.
EngtH.MYot, r.kaMndMrss.Fne ald- final date for the complete cont
ing H. Yost, Mr. and Mrs. Rene Tala- tion of each house is Novembe
mon, Mr. and Mrs. John Morley, Mr. when all articles must be deliver
Arthur Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse members of the committee at H
Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Abbot, Newberry Residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woehlman. Low prices will be maintain
Tickets are on sale today at Bar- the marking of articles, since
bour gymnasium from 2 to 5 o'clock greatest profit was cleared the
and this will be the last chance for that articles were sold reason
those who wish to go to the- ball to Contrary to the usug custmom
procure their tickets. The favors will auction will be held on the cl
be announced soon and the ticket night, other plans having beenr
holders will be asked to show their for the disposal of the rema
tickets in getting the favors. Three articles-
'uindred and seventy-five sorority wo-_________
men may have tickets to the ball and Coeducation is considered un
the remaining 150 tickets will be dis- able in Japan and was abolish
tributed among the independent wo- 1921. A women's medical schoo
men on the campus. founded in Tokio after that, an
The winning poster, by Harriet present it has an enrollment o
Lawlor, '30, and the poster made by and has been raised to the rank
Virginia Gies are on display at college.
Wahr's and Graham's book stores.
The ballroom of the Michigan Union Dr. George Thomas of the Ui
is to be decorated in fall colors and sity. of Utah says that womenz
Seymour Simon's feature orchestra eyes at the professors to get
will furnish the music. gades.

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layed. Many of the final choices were for it, one must shoot 99 prone, 9,
the result of close balloting, with sitting, 94 kneeling, and 75 standing.
much good material being left over for A woman is required to qualify for
a second team selection. Had such a the bronze pin before she may start
team been announced, a game between fulfilling the requirements for the sil-
the two elevens would have afford- ver pin. These pins are in the shape
ed a real battle- of tiny rifles, and have been designed
All of the players chosen have dis- by Burr Patterson and company, lo-
played an exceptional brand of hockey cal jewelers.
during the entire season and in all of Membership in the advanced rifle
the games they have stood out as de- class is still small, and all women
serving of recognition for their efforts. who have had experience in shooting
Sportsmanship as well as ability to are urged by the coach, Captain L.
play was considered in picking the all- Monroe Bricker, to join the class;
star eleven. The final lineup as the which meets at 4 o'clock on Thurs-
result of the selections made yester- lays in room 330, West Engineering
day is as follows:.,
Ann Zauer, '29, right wing; Marg- building. The beginners classes,
aret Eaman, '31, right inside; Eunice meeting on Mondays and Tuesdays
Child, '28, center forward; Sarahlhave alarge enrollmentand have now
Bonine, '28, left inside; Nellie Hoover, been closed until the second semes-
'28, left wing; Frances Nussbaum, '31, ter.
right halfback; Frances Miller, '29, Women may become members of
center halfback; Louise Cooley, '29, the Rifle club by joining one of the
lefthalfback;ArleinsHeilman, '30, rifle classes and paying the club dues
right fullback; Janet Jones, '29, left of $1.00. The Rifle club holds month-
fullback; and Esther Middlewood, '29, ly meetings in the form of lunch
goalkeeper. Substitutes are: Cynthia Cons. After the completion of the
Hawkins, '29, forward; Helen Beau- new Palmer Field house, the meet-
mont, '28, back; and Dorothy Lyons, ings will be held there and the lunch-
'29, back. cons will not be held each month.
According to Prof. Fred E. Haynes MINNESOTA -Women will be as-
of the University of Iowa, the crime signed special coaches on the official
wave which is "discovered" every student trains to Ann Arbor for the
decade is a state of mind. Michigan game.
The University Players at O.S.U. MINNESOTA.-More than $600 wa,
are soon to put on "Dulcy," a comedy pledged the first day of the Y.W.C.A.
in three acts- drive.-

ings progress. o'clock, Group IX (Talcott) vs. Group
Monday afternoon a meeting of IV (Keenan) and -Group II (Soukup)
sophomore women was held in Bar- vs. Group III (Soehrens); at 5 o'clock
1 bour gymnasium so that they could Group V (Benson) vs. Group VIII
sign ,up for stunts. A second, and (Taylor) and Group VI (Weaver) vs.
last, opportunity for signing up 'will Group VII (Miller.)
be given at the meetings this after-
noon. Sophomores may come to the There will be a meeting of the
gymnasium for this purpose any time chairmen of the main committee of the
time between 4 and 5:30 o'clock, pre- Junior Girls' play at 9:30 Saturday in
ferably at 4 or 5 o'clock. If anyone Barbour gymnasium; anyone who can-
cannot come at this time she should not attend please call Jean Hathaway,
call Marjory Muffley, dial 9617, before dial 7817.
tomorrow.
The committe in charge of the cir- All women interested in acting as
cus consists of Dorothy McKee, gen- scorers and timers for basketball sea-
eral chairman; Virginia Houghton, son are asked to report at 4:15 o'clock
nostumes; Dorothy Bloom, publicity; Thursday at Barbour gymnasium.
V irginia Loee, properties; Dorothy W.A.A. executive board will meet at
Mapel, music; Marjory Muffley, the Cozy Corner Thursday night at
stunts; and Laura Chipman, finance. 6:15> o'clock.
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