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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE FIVE

INTERCLASS TOURNEY
BEGIN S SCHEDULE IN
OKEY GAMES TODAY
THREE CLUB TEAMS BESIDES
FOUR CLASS SQUADS
PLAY IN SERIES
TEA TO BE GIVEN PLAYERS
Names Of Players In Games Today
Will Be Posted On Bulletin
In Field House
Interclass and club hockey games
will start at 4:15 o'clock this after-a
noon when the freshmen meet the
juniors, the Sophomores play the
seniors, and the second freshman
team opposed the Motley Club on
Palmer field. The games will be-
gin promptly on the appointed
hour regardless of the number of
players who are present.
All the women who are taking
part in the tournament will be
guests at a tea in the field house
immediately after the games are
over.
There are three club teams, be-
sides the four class squads, who
are playing in the series of games
this fall. They are the freshman
second team, the Motley club
(which is composed .of players
from the .other three classes), and
the Ann Arbor hockey team. There-
fore, the first and second rounds
of the tournament, which will be
played on November 1, 6, 8, and
on November 13, 15, and 20, re-
spectively, will consist of two dis-
tinct series. The names of all who
will take part in the games today
Will be posted on the bulletin board
in the field house early this after-
noon. The freshman second team
ndthe Motley team are to report
n the field house dressed in hockey1
clothes at 4 o'clock, and Miss Lau-
rie Campbell will talk to them.,
The schedule for the first round
ir the tournament is: Thursday,
Nov. 1-freshmenvs. juniors, soph-
omores vs. seniors, freshman sec-
ond team vs. Motley club; Tuesday,
Nov. 6-freshmen vs. sophomores,
juniors vs. seniors, Motley club vs.
Ann Arbor hockey club; Thursday,
Nov. 8-freshmen vs. seniors, soph-1
omores vs. juniors,- freshman sec-
ond team vs. Motley club.
There, is a.faper on the .bulletin
board in the field house where
women who are planning to attend1
the hockey banquet at the end of.
the season are asked to sign their
names.
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Faculty

Women Develc

Muscle Controi
A group of faculty women are
benefiting from a class under Miss
Ella B. Rawlings of the physical
education department at 8 o'clock
every Monday night in the recre-
ation room on the second floor of
the University High school. Drill
and correction are not emphasized
directly through exercises, but help
is given through rhythms and folk
dances. Games were tried, but the
class voted them down.
A small group started this work
last spring, and this fall it was
decided to have a larger class un-
der Miss Rawlings' instruction. Any
member of the Faculty Women's
club is eligible.
Miss Rawlings gives each mem-
her of the class individual atten-
tion. Posture and control of the
foot muscles are particularly stress-
ed. The building up of muscular
control and self confidence is the
goal of the class. Muscles never
used in the daily routine are here
used to improve posture.
The progress of the members of
ASK SOPHOMORES TO
CONTRIBUTE POSTERS
Women who are interested in
contributing poster designs for the
Sophomore circus are asked to
hand their posters in to Carol Ar-
thur, '31, at Helen Newberry resi-
dence before November 15. Fred-
erick H. Aldrich, Henry M. Bates,
and Myron B. Chapin, of the fac-
ulty of the School of Architecture
will judge the contributions, and
the winning poster will be printed
on the handbills of the circus to
be distributed to all sorority and
league houses on the campus.
There 'will be in addition to this
distinction two awards for the two
posters chosen as the best of those
handed in.
Any woman may hand in as
many posters as she wishes to de-
sign, and there is no stipulation
being made by the poster commit-
tee other than that the designs so
far as possible should be done in
two colors. Information as to the
type of design desired may be had
by calling Miss Arthur at 22591.

®p Posture And
I In Weekly Gym

Class

GLEE CLUB TO HOLD W. A. A. Alters Rules
About Athletic Points

the class into greater freedom of
activity is encouraging, according
to Dr. Katherine B. Greene of the
School of Education. "Corrective
gymnastics are of no benefit to the
adult," Dr. Greene adds. "This is
the opinion held by the majority.
Miss Rawlings believes that adults
can be educated to better physicall
habits. Her confidence is expressed
in her willingness to work with
grown women to build physical
alertness and poise."

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CLUB LIMITED TO FORTY
All freshmen women who are at
all interested in group singing are
urged to try-out for the Freshman
Girls' Glee club at 4:30 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon at the School of

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at the University of South Dakota,
W. D. Van Metre, editor-in-chief
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university, announces.
In replying to a request made by
Van Metre some time ago, the tele-
gram read, "Will be delighted to
judge the contest with the under-
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in South Dakota, I will not lose'
them by my poor judging."
The Vanity Fair contest is an,
annual event at the University of
South Dakota, and at this time the
five most beautiful girls on the
campus are named by some promi-
nent person in the world of - art.
Last year James Montgomery Flagg,
artist and magazine illustrator,
judged the contest. Corrine Ray-
mond, of Aberdeen, was named the
winner.
From the candidates in the con-
test, a winner and four other girls
rating in' order, will be given a full
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Music. As this organization is the
only activity in which freshmen
women may participate during
their first semester, a good turn-
out is expected.
The membership of the club is
limited to 40, and the duties con-
sist of one hour a week of practice,
the time of which is set at the first
meeting. The organization makes
no public appearances, but at the
end of the school year, a party is
given by the University Girls' Glee
club at which the freshmen sing
the songs practiced during the
year. This affair is also in the
nature of a "get-acquainted" par-
ty, giving the University club mem-
bers a chance to know better the
women who are possible candidates
for the glee club, and providing the
freshmen with an opportunity to
learn what the purpose of the up-
perclass organization is and a few
of its traditions.
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, director
of the University Girls' Glee club,
will direct the try-outs, and June
Marshall, '29, vice-president, will
have charge of the arrangements.
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In order to make membership in
the Women's Athletic association
more easily attainable, new rules
regarding the point system were
passed at the executive board
meeting held Tuesday night at the
field house. They provide that any
woman playing on an intramural
team in at least one game in a
single season shall receive five W.
A. A. points upon her request, and
that one point per mile shall be
given for hiking, five miles the
minimum hike.
Betty Smither, '29, president of
W. A. A., introduced Miss Dorothy
Colby who will be the faculty ad-
viser of the board. A report was
made of the hockey game and
luncheon given by the W. A. A. at
Ohio State for Michigan women
who- came to Columbus for the
football game.
The W. A. A. budget was read
and explained by Arlene Heilman,
'30, treasurer, but the final accept-
ance of the report was postponed
to the next meeting which will be
held at 7:15 Tuesday at the field
house.
Reports from managers of the
various sports showed many of
them in progress. Katherine Mc-
Murray, '31, announced that Mrs.
Stuart Hanley and Miss Madge
Miller will come to Ann Arbor each
week to coach women's golf. Eliza-
beth Wood, '31, manager of bowl-
ing, announced that a bowling
tournament will be held soon. A
faculty archery meet as well as the
intramural tournament are coming
events of the archery season. Fran-
ces Whipple, '31, announced that
steak roasts on the island will be
held soon.

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