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SEPTEMBER, 29j 928 HE MICHIA "DAIL

AL
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WAA, BEAR MASCOT, GIVES OPINION
OF LIFE AT PALMER FIELD HOUSE
"Yes, I like Ann Arbor very them came properly dressed, but
much," said Waa, the brown bear how the rest of them thought they
;ats who has recently come over from could high jump and hurdle in
French heels and party gowns was
Germany to live at the Palmer more than I could understand.
Field House. "In the five weeks "On Tuesday of Freshman Week
I have been here, I have become I was taken downtown and'a lovely
NS acquainted with many Michigan collar of yellow and blue ribbons
women, and I think that they are was bought for me. Very soon I
irls' fine. am to have a real collar with a'
aft- "You have no idea how excited chain, by which I will be fastened
day I was when I learned that I was to the mantle of the W.A.A. room
to come to Ann Arbor to complete in the field house. This, I fear, willA
6 at my education. Marie Hartwig and limit my activities, but there are,
usic.. Betty Smither picked me out and always so many interesting things
usic brought me here. Then for two going on in that room that I don't
sing weeks I was in a box! Finally, I think I will be lonesome.
mist got out and was put on Dr. Bell's "Sometime soon I am going to'
desk. That was much better, but be one of the guests of honor at
- the most interesting place was the a party. At that time the num-
ib is top of the score board from which erals of the winning freshman
hiere I watched all the Freshman Week group are going to be attached to
em- activities on Palmer Field. That my collar. I'm all excited about
was grand, but, do you know, T the party because President Little
out nearly fell off entirely when I saw is going to be there too. I'll bet
the the costumes that some of those he won't get any more attention
rob- freshman wore. Of course, most of than I will."
e or
are LENNA COOPER, FOOD DIRECTOR, IS
CO-AUTHOR OF RECENT HEALTH BOOK
>k a .
they Miss Lenna F. Cooper, food direc- hospital in Lansing, and the Battle
,tion tor of the University, is one of the Creek sanitarium.
cert three authors of a new book, "Nu- Miss Cooper's collaborators in the
nd a trition in Health and Disease," preparation of the book were Miss
sta- which appeared in July. The b'ook Edith M. Barber, a New York writ-
is a text suitable for use in colleges er who contributes to The New
ions and universities where home eco- York Sun, McCall's magazine, and
part nomics courses are taught, and in other publications, and Miss Helen
nurses' training schools. S. Mitchell of the Battle Creek
The book has been so well re- sanitarium.
ceived that already a second edi- The 500 pages of the book are
tion is being put out by the pub- divided into four parts. The first
lishers, J. P. Lippincott company. deals with the general principles
It has been adopted for use in a of nutrition. In the second part,
number of institutions ,among which is entitled "Food Selection,"
igS which are the Kahler hospital of foods are studied in relation to
the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mln- their constituents. "Diet in Dis-
y A. nesota, the Philadlephia Child ease" occupies the third division of
urth Health association, the Sparrow the book, the principles of nutri-
ulty tion here being applied to disease
chi- SYMPHONIC LEAGUE GIVES conditions. The last part of the
be- A PARTY FOR MEMBERS book is concerned with cooking for
,cul- the sick and the convalescent and
Mu- Celebrating the beginning of the contains numerous recipes.
school year with an open party The prevailing practices of lead-
g of Wing physicians in the field of nutri-
was tion 'as applied to health and dis-
Co. phony League welcomed as now ease are included in this text,
of- members over sixty entering girls. whici emphasizes the preventative
igal Three new instructors were also and remedial aspects of nutrition.
e of entertained-Miss Thelma Newell, Not only the needs of the bedside
aeo- violin; Miss Louise Nelson, piano; nurse have been kept in mind, but
dred and Miss Thelma Lewis, voice, also the problems of the public
anal Mrs. Backer, Dean of Women, and health nurse who must cope with
Miss Carolyn Slepicka, President poverty, racial preferences, and es-
as a of the League were hostesses. tablished food habits as complicat-
auw Members of the School of Music ing factors. The book is well illus-
ten- played for the dancing and every- , trated with pictures and charts.

WILL BEGIN MONDAYIDaily Bulletin o
Upperclass women who wish to RIDING CLASSES
compete in the tennis tournament
to be played next week will, have START MONDAY
an opportunity to sign on the bul-
;letin board in Barbour gymnasium Although riding classes for
until noon today. physical credit wV1 not start till
Margaret Ohlson '30, W. A. A. Monday, an unusually large num-
rof tennis,, announced yes- ber of women have already proved
manager t es rouncdoye- their interest in this sport by rid-
erday that the first round of the ing for pleasure during their free
tourney will be completed by *ed- hours, according to Mr. Guy L.
nesday of next week. The plan by Mullison, owner of Mullison's
which the competition will be run I stables.
off is that two people will beI The classes will be limited" to
matched according to alphabetical 10 women in a class, so that the
order. For example, opponents in instructor will be able to give per-
the match play will be those whose sonal attention to each member.
names begin with A, B,: and so on As yet there is no definite limit
throught the alphabet. to the number of classes that will
A list will appear on the bulletin be organized, but Mr. Mullison ex-
board in Barbour gymnasium early pects to send three classes out for
on Monday morning announcing an hour every afternoon.
with whom each contestant is to This year an innovation in this
play. The responsibility of hand- sport will be made in the form of
ing in scores by 10:30 on Wednes- merely allowing them to enter the
day night to Miss Ohlson, whose Pegasis Field Day. W. A. A. points
telephone number is 3018, and of will be given for events in this
determining those hours of the day meet, and all riders who have
when the courts are not being used
for classes, rests with the indi-
viduals who are entering the
tournament.
The last rounds of, play will take
place the latter part of next week,
and the results of the matches will
appear in The Michigan Daily
from time to time.

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