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Daily Bulletin of Sportswomen
Middle-Western Athletic Conference


All Median Uniform',, Sailor )ults
And Old.Fashioned Costumes
To Be Included


All costumes used in the 24th an-
nual Junior Girls' play, "For The
Love of Pete," during its week run
at the Whitney theatre, March 19-24,
will go orA public sale from: 3 to 5 o'-
clock today in Room C of Newberry
The costumes offered inclucte white
sailor suits, blue sailor suits, the
peasant dresses of the Median wom-A
en, the fantastic royal garb of the
soldiers of Media, as well as the deli-
cate crimson ball gowns which color-
ed the chorus of old-fashioned ladies.
Sizes of the costumes vary, al-
though the majority of the costumes
will fit an average sized person. Pric-
c; will be moderate, according to
Hilda H-ary Evans, '29, chairman of
the costume committee. With the Ar-
chitects' May party, a fancy dress
ball, in the near future, this sale
seezrgs particularly time,;y-
Proceeds from the sale, along with
the profits of the production itself,
will go to the Women's league build-
ing fund.
Judges Give Awards
in Poster Contest
Awards in the poster contest for the
Freshman Pageant have been made,
first place being given Edith Higbee,
'31, second, June Foster, '31, and hono-
rable mention Ruth Van Tuyl, '31.
Professor Jean P. Slusser and Mr.
Frederic H1. Aldrich of the architecture
school acted as judges, choosing the
poster which will appear as the cover
design of the program. Corsages will
he sent to the winners of the first and
second prizes on the day of the pageant.
The poster receiving first place has
as its center a large lantern with two
figures posed on either side, set off by
the black background in which appear
numerous lanterns. A futuristic de-
sign formed the theme of the poster
drawn by Ruth Fosler, a dancing girl
being glimpsed through the maze of
the design which is done in shades of
red. 'The poster awarded honorable
mention pictured numerous lanterns
hung in a black sky, a large, yellow
moon showing in the background.
All of the thirteen posters entered in
the contest wil be displayed during the
time preceding the date of Lantern
Nightand the pageant in the various
store windows.
RICHMOND, Virginia - Penelope
Anderson sailed on the Aquitania
for Europe as the new doubles part.-
ner of Helen Wills, Woman's nation-
al tennis champion.

Members of the Mid-West Associa-
tion of College Directors of Phys-
ical Education will finish their con-
venton, whch has been in progress
in Ann Arbor since Monday, April 30,
today. The purpose of this conven-
tion according to Miss Catharine
Winslow, secretary-treasurer of . the
association,'is to get the different di-
rectors together, in order to discuss
and talk over mutual problenis wth
each other, and to hear about the
progress of study in other fields re-
lated to physical education.
Directors from universities, col-
leges, junior colleges, teacher's col-
leges, and educational institutions,
both state and private from Canada
to the Gulf, and from the Rockies as
far east as Ohio, are present at this
Eighty women are registered at
the convention, this number far ex-
ceeding the number expected. Thirty
one of this number are members of
the association, and considering the
wide range it covers, this is also an
lexcellent representation. The remain-
ing names are guests of the associa-
tion. These have probably not been
accurately counted as some have not
According to Dr. Gertrude Moul-,
ton, president of the association, the
members of the convention have been
unusually fortunate in the speakers
on the program who have spoken of
the relation of physical education to
other fields of study.
Miss Alice Lloyd, chairman of the
Advisors to Women, of the Univers-
ity of Michigan, extended greetngs to
the conference Monday morning, and
immediately following this, Dr. John
Sundwall, Professor of Hygene and
Public Health, addressed the conven-
tion, criticising our ideals of physi-
cal education. On this day the dele-
gates also listened to Miss Mabel
Lee, Director of Physical Education
for Women, of the University of Ne-
braska, and Dr. S. A. Courtis, Pro-
fessor of Education, University of
Yesterday, among others who ad-
dressed the conference were '
Helen Hazelton, Assistant Professor
of Physical Education oft University
of Minnesota, who discussed her ex-
periments in the physical education
course made compulsory for fresh-

snappy, no;fuss or feathers. # Attrac
Seriously, though, it is the last chance
to come over to Sarah Caswelt Angell This is th
hall and dance to Edna Mower's or- articles on the
chestra which will be playing for you an coege won
on Friday, May 4, from 4 to 6 o'clock. University in
There will be no decorations save When the
the lovely spring atmosphere and the A.C.W. cony
sunbeams that stream in to join the week, the Un
bright and smiling guests dancing to egation from
music that would! make King Sol, him- Association,
self, jig. You shall eat,drink, and be was the lar
merry on the quantities of cold refresh- any school
ing fruit punch and crisp wafers. Ohio State 1
The very nicest waydto spend two A well-pl
hours this coning Friday afternoon, progress for
Do come and make the last party the day Play Do
best and biggest of all. More about the third day
it before Friday. of the conv
bition by
dives on TI
the ten dives
With the w ;ting of book reviews themtinsi
and the study of representative authors championshi
,d their works, the students of the Judge Flor
University Hospital School of Nursing ! Supreme cou
have organized a literary club, the bor several
"Parnassium," at Couzens Hall. The minute addi
name is derived from Mount Parnas- one of the
sus, which was, according to mythology, tha Oschner
the home of the Muses. ity of Wisco
The plan of the group, which num- of modern
hers between 12 and 15 members, is to Friday even
read together drama and poetry. At unusual nu
each meeting part of the time is also by readings
devoted to the discussion of current paper ws g
events. At the last meeting the (uis- one of the t
cussion centered around the book, the Univers
"Giants in the Earth," and touched on president-ele
Scandinavian literature in general. jeet, "The B
The May meeting will be devoted te which will
a consideration of Frost and Tarking- gan Daily.I
ton, and it is planned to study Beebe the convent
soon. centive for
The books which are being added to The prog
the literary of Couzens Hall furnish a to delegates
further incentive to reading. Recent- ther Allen
lye there has been an addition of books versity; "
by Fosdick, Van Dyke, and Walpole, Women" by
some modern poetry, and some an-
Bertha Anderson, '28, is president of
the "Parnassium;" and Dorothy Kaem-,
mle, '30; is secretary-treasurer.F
.Denmark, who is now visiting at the
rUniversity' of Iowa.
Exhibitions by the physical educa-
tion major students, teas, dinners,
and several other social functions
have been held to entertain the dele-
gates to the convention.

clusive inodels-sweet sitplicity, but

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- ted A Large Number From W. A. A.
first of short seriesof Clark, director of Physical Education,
eathletic conference of Amen-e
men, which met at Ohio Stat Ohio State University, "intra-colleg-
Columbhus, April ,26, 27, and 28. iate Sports Participation" by Mar-
central section of A.C. garet H. Meyer, instructor of Phys-
vened in Columbus last ical Education,University of Wiscon-
niversity of Michigan del- sin, "The Promotion of Health and1
n1 the Women's Athletic Recreation through Wom-en's Ath-
nuthe ringen igtetnletic Associations" by Miss Ethel
numbering eighteen, Perrin, American Child Health As-
with the exception f sociation. New York City. The sub-
Univesity itself. n jects of the papers read were: "Lead-
Unesityogramts as i.ership," "Play for Play's Sake," "Na-
two days with an all- tional Organizations Sponsoring
ra as aa wi n al-nSports for Women," "Are the Olym-
y Sm o then high spots pic Games a Means of Fostering
Friendly International Relations?",
ention was a diving exhi-,and "Came and Camping Activities
Rose Blozeck, ,champion at the University of Texas."
r of America and a stu- One of the chief subjects for dis-
o Stateveninersty, whose cussion and heralded as one of the
'hursday evening included newest phases of athletic activity in
s with which she won the America was the Play Day, a specir
p title. An. address by men of which was offered as the all-
ence Allen of the Ohio f r n r r. the
d4aJ ro ra (Aon~ tt a rdLLL fIU LU. th L

Glorious spring wearther, hiking
clothes, free minds, hot crisp bacon,
buttered rolls and savory coffee des-
cribe the hike that the W. A. A. out-
door club will take Sunday morning.
Anyone can come if they will sign up
on the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
na si um.
The hike wil start at 8 o'clock from
the gymnasium and will go to the fire
place for breakfast. They will return
in plenty of tine so that those who wish
to attend church may(10so.haAll those
who attend are asked to bring 35 cents
to cover the cost of the breakfast which
will be bought by the committee.
decided upon by the managers of golf,'
it was suggested earlier in the 'season
that teams of four would not be too
unwieldy. There is excellent oppor-
tunity for people to make a place on
one of the teams, and to thereby Se-
cure ape _ial c''aching.

Prof. Evans Holbrook, of the Lawv
school, will speak on "The Legal
Status of Women voters in Michigan,"
at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon at the
Y. W. C. A.
'Mummers dramatic club will hold a
meeting this afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the Phi Sigma Sigma house.
Alpha Xi Delta announces the pledg-
ing of Esther Anderson, '30, of Salt
Lake City, Utah.

Track and field practice will
be held at 4 o'clock today and
not at 5 o'clock as previously
I announced.
Present members of Wyvern wil
meet 'at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Al
pha Chi Omega house.




spoke in Ann Ar-
ago, was a last
the program and


outstanding treats. Ber-
, formerly of the Univers-
onsin, presented a recital
dance interpretations on
ing. Two of her most
mbers were accompanied
from Vachel Lindsey. A
iven by Betty Smither, '28,
two official'(delegates from!
ity of Michigan and the.
ect of W.A.A., on the sub-
Broadway of College Life,"
be printed in the Michi-
The banquet, whch closed
tion, also seemed the in-
considerable enthusiasm
ram includel a greeting
!s by Dean of Women Es-
Gaw of Ohio State Uni-I
A Sports Philotsophy for
y Professor Lydia Ann

!y p ugrmu oauray for al tie
three hundred delegates present.'
Louise Cody, '30ED, and Betty Smi-
ther. '29, represented the University of
Michigan at the convention. Dele-
gates included in the central section
of A.C.A.,C.W. came from as far west
as Colorado and the Dakotas, as far
south as Louisiana and Texas, and
as far east as West Virginia.
Golf scores are still being received
as qualifications for a place on class
teams. The time limit has been ex-
tended for the second time, (ue to tihe
late arrival of good golfing weather,
next Thursday being the last annoImI-
cement for the filial date when scores
will be received.
Although the number to be placed on
each team has not yet been definitely


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