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THEE NEW MEMBERHS
OF [ TOATHLETIC SAF
INSTRUCTION OF GYMNASIUM
CLASSES IS GIVEN BY 1
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APPOINT GAMES HEAD
Miss Adams Comes To Ann Arbor,
From Columbia And
ahee Seattle
'Threenew instructors have been
added to this year's women's phys-
ical education staff. They are all
new to Ann Arbor and to the line
of work in which they will spec-

talize here. Each will do some
teaching in the department of
physical education, and will also
assist in running off intramural
and class tournaments and other
sports events.
Miss Sylvia Adams' teaching
speciality will be natural dancing,
in which field she replaces Miss
lone Johnson who resigned from
the. faculty. Miss Adams brings
new and interesting ideas in her
line f work from the east which
should make her classes among the
most desirable in the department.
She was graduated from Colum-'
bia: University where she received
a B. S. degree. She specialized in
corrective work at the Chautauqua
Normal School of Physical Educa-
tion, and took dancing and physical
education courses at the Univer-
sity of Washington. Since then
she has been in charge of the phys-
ical education department of a
Seattle, Washington, high school.
New Intramural Manager
Miss Grace Brauninger's field is
entirely different from that of
Miss Adams. She will have classes
ii outdoor sports and has been ap-
pointed manager of intramural
sports. She is taking a pre-medical
course in the University in addition
to her other work.
Miss.Brauninger also received
her;13.. degree at Columbia Uni-
versity where she majored in phys-
ital education. For the past five
years she has had experience in
physical education instruction at
Eie State Teacher's College and
has supervised grade school sports
in New York and Pennsylvania
schools.
Graduate of Oregon
All lines of sports and gymna-
sium teaching will betaken over
by Miss Edith Barthel. She will hold
general classes at Palmer Field
House this fall and at Barbour
Gymnasium later in the season.
She recently received her A. B.
degree from the University of Ore-
gon, and has had no previous
teaching, experience. This is Miss
Barthel's first stay in Ann Arbor
and, though she says that she finds
her work new and somewhat diffi-
cult, she adds that she "already
likes Ann Arbor very much," and
expects to find her work unusually
interesting.
Announces Wedding _
Of Former Editor
The wedding of Miss Helen Ram-
sey, '26, to Reverend James W.
Fifield. Jr., pastor of the East Con-
gregational Church of Grand
Rapids, has been announced as an
event of September 30 in Grand
Rapids.
Mrs. Fifield was formerly wom-
en's editor of the Daily, a member
of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, and
of Mortarboard. Reverend Fifield
is a graduate of Oberlin College
and of the University of Chicago.
Subsciibe for The Michigan
Daily. You may either call at the
for the school year.

To Wcd Congressman
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Asoiate dPress Photo
Alv a Seger
Engagement of Alva Seger,
daughter of Representative and
Mrs. George N. Seger of Passaic, N.
J. to Frederick H.Dominick, repre-
sentative from 'South Carolina, has
been announced.
Dr. Bell Recommends
Early Adjustments
To Living Conditions
Dr. Bell, of the physical educa-
tion department, feels it importantI
that entering women make the
right adjustments as soon as possi-
ble. She says that this is such a
big university that the adjustments
to be made are extremely diffi-
cult.
It is first necessary, according to
Dr. Bell, to seek comfortable living
accommodations, and then to find
a place to eat that is suitable to
the amount of money to be spent.
Each person should also plan a
certain amount of physical, activity,
for which the University provides
ample Means for each girl to take

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Men May Obtain Tickets At
Or League On Present
Of Union Cards
BOB CARSON WILL I
Weekend dances in the
ballroom will be resumedv
opening dance Saturday ni
tober 5. Bob Carson's orche
been booked for the seasor
been announced. Tickets
obtained at the main desk
League or at Wahr's book
any time.
The following rules ha
made by the League hou
mittee in regard to the sa
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VARIED PROGRAM OF EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES CLUB WILL HOLD
PRESENTS CHALLENGINGOPPORTUNITIES TO WOMEN OPENING MEETING
Organized Societies Extend To All Play. This offers places for over Womens' League orchestra TOMORRO NIGHT
Branches Of The 100 women in the singing and The honorary groups list Theta
University dancing choruses besides the placesPhi, journalistic Students from all lands are in-
on the speaking cast. ie otefrtsca ete
t Wahr's - For those interested in sports i of the Cosmopolitan Club at 8
ation Wrmi ngramatic, ul, the Womens Athletic Association nity, Kappa Beta Pi, legal, Pi o'clock Friday ngay in Lane Hail
teraiy, athletic, ort journalistic has several different clubs. Pega- Lambda Theta, education, Black auditorium. Dean Hugh Cabot will
pursuits besides their academic asus is a riding club which spon- Quill, a literary society formerly be the guest speaker. All Univer-
PLAY work, are eligible to membership in sors a horse show in the spring. Chi Delta Phi, and Mu Phi Epl, s s nn a eiibe f y
various societies and organizations Orchesis is a. national dancing so- Sigma Alpha Iota, and Delta Omi - bership in the C lub, the only rc -
7League on the campus. Membership. in ciety. There is also the Rifle Club, Cron musical sororities.qurmnbegthpossinn
p and the Womens' Physical Educa- Ithe part of the prospective member
with the 'them is either by tryout or by anIh oesPhsclEua
scholarship. tion Club NOTICE of a genuine interest in the Club
iht, Oc- tionpClub.
ght, has Comedy Club is a dramatic so- Athena and Portia are rival lit- purposes.
estra hasciety for both men and women. It erary socities, taking for study lit- All women interested in trying NOTICE
n, it has produces plays during the year for 3rature and writers, laying stress out for interclass hockey should As soon as houses elect captains
may be public performance. Mummers, for on icr rts by the members. They meet at 4:15 next Tuesday after- and organize teams, the intramural
k of the women only, gives plays at its own haver requent debates with each noon in the field house. hockey season will begin.
Kstore at meetings, and at meetings of Ann other.
Arbor organizations desiring such The musically talented may en-
ve been entertainment. All Junior women, ter the University Girls' Glee Club,
ise com- scholastically eligible, may try out the Freshman Glee Club, Choral-
Le of the for the traditional Junior Girls' Union, the Mandoli Club, or the

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which must be observed by all who
attend. Men, unless personally in- We Specialize in
troduced by a member of the
League, will be sold tickets only NESTLE
upon the presentation of a Union
membeiship card. No one may buy PERM ANEI
tickets for anyone other than him-
self and his partner.
Men attending dances are re- We also bier
quested to use the check room on
the first floor and the ladies that your individual
on the second floor, thus avoidingcordingto Fren
the congestion which has existed
before. will be pleased
The cafeteria will be opened from
now on so that it will be available
to guests during the intermission Stoddard I
between dances, as well as the
Hazel Whittaker Vanderberg
lounge. 707 North University-

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interested. The importance of
budgeting one's academic work so
that there will be an equal propor-
tion of both study and recreation
cannot be stressed too often.
Subscribe for The - Michigan
Daily. You may either call at the
for the school year.

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