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September 25, 1928 - Image 5

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S P O R T S <ss>
Daily Bulletin of Sportswomen

To replace the usual W: A. A.
handbook the Women's League and{
the Women's Athletic Association
this fall published a 62-page book-
let which contains information
concerning practically all campus
activities to which women are eligi-
ble. This pamphlet was distributed
to the freshman women by their
group advisers during Freshman
The first 10 pages are devoted to
the subject of student self-govern-
ment and the Women's League.
The general organization of the
League is outlined, and there is a
1 hia fld rinfin n f tha kcre of

Improvements and additions are
already being made at the New
Women's Field House, which at the
close of last semester proved so val-
uable to university women. Twelve
of the promised sixteen tennis
courts are finished and ready for
would-be champions in future tour-
naments to begin practicing. The
nets will be left up all day, and
after the game all the contestants
are invited to take advantage of
the kitchens and lounge rooms for
tea. The matron will always be in
th b iildlin d i ill aeic at -

Several new members have been
added to the staff of the depart-
ment of Physical Education, and at;
present, Dr. Margaret Bell, head of
the department is reapportioning
the work to both the new and old
members of the staff.
Miss Ruth Murray, graduate of
Teacher's College at Columbia,
who has recently been the tempor-a
ary head of Detroit Teacher's Col-
lege will have charge of intramural
sports, as well as the teaching of
different courses. She will have
as an assistant in the Intramural

Pan-Hellenic rules for rus
differ this year from last in
rushing began on Thursday
Freshman Week instead of
classes had begun. All pa
were planned so that they wou
interfer with freshman activ
Most soroties gave two partli
Friday, and three or four on
urday. Luncheons, teas, and
ners are being held this week,
formal dinners are being give
Thursday and Friday.
This coming Saturday will b
lent day to be followed by P

Freshman Week at Couzens Hall UaipiMULofVine WVLEI tnVi.U, GLMAW 1 OLaycontests, Miss Nellie
brought together student nurses each of the various committees. A one who wishes help. uate of the last year's
from all sections of the country in new cut of the Women's League There are now three grassed of physical education
a number of social events designed building prefaces the section. hockey fields which promise toEer was very active on
to acquaint the new students with The Women's Athletic Associa- make the coming intramural and ing a lead in the 1927
the. old. . tion is the subject of the second inter-class tournaments exciting, Play, and she is als
The activities of the week in- division of the booklet. The style of and, now gthat facilities in this first graduates of thi
cluded examinations in Hill audi- writing here employed is more in- sport have become so much bet- admitted to the staff
torium with the other freshman formal than that in the other sec- ter, it is hoped that the grade of Miss Dorothy Colb
classes. In addition, there were a tions of the book, and numerous the sport will improve also, so that Wellesly graduate, a
number of informal events for the cuts showing ' various forms of the physical education department recently been doin
residents of Couzens Hall. On sports have been used. may entertain the English team work at the Bosto
Tuesday the sophomore nurses Class activities, music and drama, when it is in this part of the coun- will assist Miss Ione
sponsored a marshmallow roast in publications, literary societies, de- try was on the staff last3
honor of the freshman. On this partmental clubs, honoraries, and The bowling alleys are also ready ing, and will also te
occasion the Outing Club fireplace general clubs furnish the informa- for use and all women interested classes. Miss Rut
near Couzens Hall was christened. tion which completes the book. in this sport should begin to prac- graduate of Minnesot
Wednesday was featured by a With the information concerning tice immediately so they may be terested mainly in
theater party, and on Thursday the Michigan Inter-Sorority Asso- skilled players when the tourna--Rt I llll
night an informal reception was ciation there is a map which shows ment begins.
given by the sophomore class at the location of the women's build- "I am exceedingly anxious for BaCteriolo
which the freshmen had an oppor- -
tunity to meet the faculty of the ing, dormitories, and sorority the grade of women's sports here
School of Nursing and the upper- houses. This map was prepared to at Michigan to improve, and I am =
classmen. be of use to new students during consequently anxious that the wo-
Miss Shirley Titus, director of Freshman Week and rushing. men make every use of the advan-
nursing, gave an orientation talk tages of the Field House to do Stud
on Friday night in the auditorium fireplace, sponsored by the Outing this," was the statement of Dr.SI
of Couzens Hall. Saturday morn- 'Club. Margaret Bell, head of the Physi- E
ing the freshmen were formally re- A tennis tournament is already cal Education Department. "They EBE
ceived into the Student Co-opera- in progress among the student will no longer have the excuse thatW
tivd Government association of the nurses, the first round to be played they have not the opportunities to
School, and in the .afternoon they off before October 1, and the sec- work with, and I am in hopes that '
were guests at a supper hike to the ond before October 10. we will be able to have champions 4aiiilt,,niniwiIU
ExitAacation -- Er
rir~ ll QSAv ~C4fh

Hoover, grad-
s major school
a Miss Hoov-
campus, hav-
7 Junior Girl's
so one of the
s school to be
. .
y, who is
nd Who has
ng graduate
n University,
Johnson, who
year, in danc-
each academic
h Hassinger,
ta, will be in-
major sports,

and instruct

golf, and some

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School of Beauty Cull
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