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PLANN EDFO ROCT.
Various Members of Physical
Education Staff Will
Compulsory social hygiene lec-
tures for entering Lreshmen and
upperclass women v lbegin at 4
i o'clock Monday and Tuesday after-
Y $'noons, October 5 and 6, in the Sarah
Caswell Angell hall of Barbour gym,
f^ ' according to an announcement
made by Dr. Margaret Bell, director
of physical education for women.
There will be a series of six of
Stheselectures, given by Various
members of the physical education
S4staff, and all entering women are
V : .required to attend unless excused.
SPLENDID EQUIPMENT TO BE HAD
AT THE NEW PALMER FIELD HOUSE
Miss Campbell Tells
of Physical Educat
In the field of teaching the
a greater demand for physical
cation teachers than any
kind, according to Mviss Lo
Campbell, professor of phy
education. In this University
opportunity is afforded to all wj
interested in this work to maji
it. The course is four years, lea
to a degree and a state teac]
All entering students intern
in the field of physical educa
should consult with Miss Cam
in office 3, Waterman gymnasiu
Courses in elementary scie:
education and elective cgurses
offered students in this field.
WANT ADS PA I
Women's Field House
Located on Palmer field and open to all women students. (Inset) Dr.
Margaret Bell, professor of physical education, physician to the Health
Service and director of physical education for women, who was actively
interested in obtaining a field house for women.
M is orothy Efswbrth Miss Katherine Koch
Mirs lsworth is president of the Women's Athletic Association and
Miss Katherine Koch is president of the Women's League for the coming
yeAr. both organizations are planning varied entertainment for enter-
CiICA3O-Coath Alonzo Stagg TOLEDO - Shires of Milwaukee,
of the Chicago Maroons has evi- Angley of Indianapolis, and Craw-
dently uncovered a real passing ford and LeBourveau of Columbus
threat in Pete Zimmer, giant soph- continue in a neck and neck face
omore star. If he continues to toss for the batting championship of
passes with unerring accuracy the the American Association, even
Maroons may display a real over- though the race has only a few days
head offensive. to run.
urity Mar et
122 E. WASHINGTON
A special examination for upper-
class women in the field covered by
the lectures will be held Saturday,
October 10, the date and place to
be announced later. Women who
pass this exam satisfactorily will
be exempt from lectures.
MADISON - Wisconsin gridiron
hopes took a rise yesterday when
it was rumored that Buckets Gold-
enberg, Wisconsin's best defensive
back, may possibly return to school
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JOHN McCORMACK, Irish Tenor, in song recital, Oct. 21.
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Serge Koussevityzky, Conduct
100 players, Oct. 27.
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, in Piano Recital, Nov. 17.
JOHN CHARLES THOMAS, Opera and concert baritone, in recital,
date to be announced.
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conduct
in symphony program, Dec. 15.
DON COSSACK RUSSIAN MALE CHORUS, Serge Jaroff, Conduct
"The Singing Horsemen of the Steppes," Jan. 13.
DR. RUDOLF SIEGEL, guest conductor with the Detroit Sympho
Orchestra, Jan. 25
YEHUDI MENUHIN, Violinist, "The wonder hoy of the age," in recit