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September 18, 1934 - Image 14

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. A.A.To Give To Extend Welcome Women's Athletic Association
Tea Tomorrow Announces Plans For Year
For Freshmen This year's W. A. A., headed by and dancing. The second season willYur eyes were
'__Ruth Root, '35, plans to offer a var- have basketball for its interclass
ied and interesting program. The competition. Badmington, bowling,
vew Women To Attend new board includes Jane Arnold, '36, and rifle will be added.
Athletic Exhibition And vice president, Sue Thomas, '35, se- The third season features basket-
retary, Beatrice DeVine, '35, treas- ball, women being chosen for inter-
:Sportswear Style Sh o wurer, Brenda Parkingson, '36, point class competition who were outstand-
recorder, and Lucile Betz, '35, intra- ing in intramural games in the prev-
The Woman's Athletic Association mural sports manager. ious season. Fencing, ping-pong, and
ill entertain freshmen women to- Aside from the individual sports, tap-dancing, swimming are added
narrow afternoon with a style show the program will offer competition features. W H EN you re
nd tea at the Woman's Athletic through two departments, interclass Baseball is the competitive sport
luilding following athletic demon- and intermural. Interclass is for for the spring season. Tennis, arch- porch on a sunn
trations which will be given by the girls who are interested in perfect- ery, golf, and riding are again elec-
ssocation in co-operation with Miss ing their skill in certain sports, a tive. In the spring the riding class- reading by the lig
/arie Hartwig of the Department great deal of time being spent on es hold a formal horse show. At
f Physical Education. The purpose improving technique. Intramural is another time during the season anfor your eyes. Y
if thleafternoon's activities is to coptto yrsdn rus htinomlhresocle y-
rientate the freshmen women with coet by resident groups,o t ha horse sho e of stress or strain
is, dormitories, sororities, or groups khana, is held. It includes features} /
he various phases of development of league houses. Each group has and games such as potato races and /jcause you are
hat the W.A.A. has to offer. The Maxine Maynard, '35, president of its representative athletic manager musical chairs. -
irls participating in the demonstra- the Woman's League, who will wel- who can supply further information. Dancing, both rhythms, and tap- nature's equivale
ions are chosen for their outstand- come the freshman women tomorrow In competing sports a girl earns dancing, is included in each athletic ~ ,,
ng ability. Under direction of Lu- night at the League. season. watt lamp--man
lger, they will play hockey, bad- which are credited towards the W. as bright as the la
nner, golhtey isahcey,ad- .A. A. awards and the All Participa-
ninton, gi ri tednmons ations.rcn ive Dinner For tion Cup which goes to the group hav- /average home.
The style show, in charge of Julia Freshman Groups itheN0ghestotCalscoreisaetio thTnC
nd appropriate costumes for ath- Membership to W. A. A. is obtain-
edcs 'and spectator sports. Among Faculty and student advisers of ed afterthe winning of 50 points.
ne mdligaicssseCuts When 100 points are earned, the
hose moelkare: ,Bese Cur, freshman groups were entertained at award is the class numeral. Three- Get that
36, Jane Brucker, '35, Jean Seeley, m ost v06
36, Saxon Finch, '37, Harriet Heath, dinner at the League last night hundred points qualify ons for theCTrHENyoure
37, Betty Greve, '36, Charlotte Rue- at which time the finished plans for small M. Six-hundred points for the CORRECT hoircut
p3,W.A.A. pin, and for 1,000 points, the L GT L K H Slgti bu
er, 37, Nina Pollock, '36, Katherine the entire Orientation Period were la.A. pin a r given fo in -
e Hal '36,6, PayBrg, h37, M presented and explained. President dividual porn s arell as competiti at the as the light on th
re ine hal*3;at rg,'7 a Ruthven was the guest of honor and gopgms
ion Neilson, '37, Vera Nawbrough, h group games eyes must adjust
Eiee ay '7 Ja Kppl'3,addressed the advisors as did Maxine The individual sports program isHURCH S E T
H~aian Wuerth, '35, Betty Scott, '35,Maynard, '35, president of the League. to be divided, as in the past, into CHURCH STREET the difference.
and Charlotte Whitman, '35. Dean Alice Lloyd, Miss Ethel Mc- four seasons. The first, starting BARBERS / "them make this
W rCormick, Prof. Philip Bursley, Bar- Sept. 24, and running until Thanks-
ager, and Betty Greve, willride horse- bara Sutherland, '35, secretary of the giving, will include hockey, the in- 607 Church Street having adequate
back. Jane Cissel, '35, Irene McCau- League, and Hilda Kirby, '35, chair- terclass game, volleyball, which is out your home.
sey, '36, and Dorothy Connellan, '37, man of the Freshman Project were intramural, and the individual sports: otlsuswlmsi
golf manager, will play golf. Archery also honor guests. hiking, tennis, archery, golf, riding, _- -tes us, wilassis
will be explained by Clarabel Neu- The student leaders also held a --_-----..__nervous muscula
becker, '36, manager, and Martha meeting on Monday morning at the
Brag, '37, Mary Tossy, '35, tennis League and another meeting will be fective vision, a
manager, will be assisted by Betty held Saturday. kA.'U'ud A LUO -E-Stoward headach4
Cady, '34, Miss Seeley, and Jean Kep-MI I L1N3iaeLtoh vertigo. We w
pel, '36, in an exhibition game. Y Ie E1 in F1 \g 1.Lm 'J/etg. W w
Among those playing hockey will
be Mary Potter, '37, Betty Anne Beebe, AVANT consult with you
'37, Eileen Lay, '37, Saxon Finch, '37, W [LC O M E ! lighting of your
Nancy Quirk, '37, Miss Greve, Angie
sing, '37, Jean Gourlay, '37, Althea
Lisle, '35, Elizabeth Oberdier, '37, Eliz- FOR FURS
abeth Chapman, '36, Edith Fredrich,
'37, Hilda Kirby, '35, Marie Murphy, "
i Loi J, '35,,and Lainia The DETROIT EDISON COM
Creighton, '35, who is hockey man- i. WOnEErDI
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