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Hockey

Planu To Feature~

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A thletic SupO iso 6r,

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SortDrn
Rushing Season
~Open hockey for the first few weeks
of the fall is planned by the Wom-
en's Athletic Association to keep up
intere-t during the early sorority
rushing. Since there is little time lef't
for sport, andl itis :almost impossible
for a. house to make up a team for
competition~ in tournament play for
tho, first two weeks, open hoclkey, at
Palmer Field will give the women a
e aeto play when~ they wish,, allow
the~ freshmen to play, and yet every-
body get ready for the tournaments
without having to follow a strict

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ntramurcilPrgram To Featue
Tea m And Indvidua'l Activites '

- With 'bthl team and individual
_ . sport s! sed on the four seasonal
- p% rams of the wromen's Intramural
* - calendar, a chance for all sorts of
--athletic activity is opened for Mich-
igan co-eds.
- - The year's schedule is divided to
' ti~~akhe an indoor ' an outdAoor pro-
gramduing ca :s mes ter, with a
/ t-amx sport and two or three indivi-
'~du .l1 activities on each list.
Hoke has always been the most
{ l Po ular 0io fail sports up until last
year, when volleyball was introduced
lto the ,-Ie,,ule. The plan was to
enable hou s: who d1id not have
enough a lei IL I ded members
fo)r hocke(y team o a ticipate in
Svolley,1all, but the e nthsi astic re-
cei~rxa~e: -dit md it in its
Miss Laurie Cam~pbell, who. Hs se-first yar amoitLl.posir as hockey.
id in command u znder Dr. _KargareT I wllo(cureeonte 1934 fall
,ell as d irectoir of women's a.thlet"-s. programri.
iss Camipbellalso coa .-es. ~ee alIdvd~Igot
nd baask etallF,andis head of the Ir riv iditUalaciv tcs :"eason will
ate basketball board. b, a_'chery, ofadtennb;ri. Riding

anad dancing, whicn extendi ihnrougn '
the year, will be started this first'
season with the other fall sports.
Immediately after Thanksgiving
the second season of the semester,
the first indoor season, will open with
basketball as the team sport, and
rifle, bowling, and badminton lii~d
as individual activities.
The spring indoor season will fea-
tune swimming, with possibilities of
intercollegiate telegraphic competi-
tion,. Fending and, ping-gong are also,
higo the list. Th1 e year clossvw-1 It
ba.elball, archery, golf and tennis>
most pr~minent.
is s Marie Hartwig, Intramurals
adv;,,c canid coach for the teaa sports,,
sugges1ted that all woniwv~ho wish
to compete in the Interclass hockey
tournaments should play aind gain
experience in the Intramral activ-
iti-" of thf fir'st sason.,
T.Che Inteircias program, at present
only tentative, lists hockey and bas-
ketball for competitive play.

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N4o Def iniePlans
-Ruth Rgoot, presi~den~t of the Womn-
en s Athletic Association, made an-
nouncement of this plan yesterday.
She went on to say that as yet there
had not been a W.A. .1bard maeeting,
and therefor no definite plans have
been forima~ated with regard to the
year's activities, but said that the
usual tournaments in hockey are in
preparation~ now, and will be an-
nounced soon.,
The Women's Athletic Association
takes the, spotlight three times a
year in the eyes of the women of
the campus. The first timne is when,
during the Orientation program, the
Members introduce their facilities to
the freshmen at a tea. Exhibitions in
all lines of Eport activities are pre-
sented, as well as a spsort style show.
In the spring, the Penny Carnival
held at Barbour gym and run by the
athl~etic department is the highlight
of the season.
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