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September 26, 1939 - Image 22

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-09-26

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ns Scene Of Sporting And Sportswomen Mrs. Roosevelt P Yes
I tl 1 ,-.: e-..re v , - ? .ac 4a k . 4,.
tly To Open Annual
show Series Oct. 26
__________ Freshi
;owling Knickerbocker Masaryk, ae a
been o
Clothes Kaltenborn On Schedule eel a bi
Sports Of Oratorial Association ter, if f<
., :fy rhave to
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pressed
kle-length phire eyes, gardenia-white skin, and y swe
is Allison her lustrous dark hair. She is an w >o're lc
ped sport active sportswoman, enjoying espe- years r
h ch gives cially swimming, canoeing, ice skat Don't
om of ac- ing and skiing, and is an accom- .freshina
plished linguist as well. A music <."rlike a-
manager and dramatic critic of some renown couldn't
dmnse has written regularly for Parisian thttre
tire, corn- S ' 3pictures
jack- journals and -periodicals. And just to s" that yo
clinch Miss Thompson's description "Miss"
ofdng the * oher, th biography of Mlle. Curie's HARRET SHARKEY too pma
famous radium-discovering mother Fallin
md e Tkle 7,1 v - ®° 4 was named by the American Library . Oam
eFrances nAssociation as the "best non-fiction Quesion:of 16
anager. "I~iIE'5I book for 19,37." qurea
the past To Wo en Sport Enthusiasts Given0 seconds to change her ToS tia
lels Betty costume, make-up and wig, Cornelia more fi
aney, '41,- Otis Skinner, one of the nation's tions (
iss Wis- By CLARA LENFESTEY outdoor sports, riding, swimming, foremost dramatic recitalists, is al- little iw
elvet rid- Are YOU one of those people who tennis and volleyball, leged to have achieved the inpos- We have heard tell that there is F'rins
in ankle does a "camel's h p" off a diving Badminton, basketball, bowling, sible; that is, to be all things to all a place somewhere east (no one is your sec
tn dake- d fencing, outdoor sports (skiing in men. Ann Arbor audiences will be very definite about it) where saddle discover
jacketboard? Do you look for royalty when particular), riflery, and swimming able to witness this versatile person- ;Origna
adger and soOriginaldfo yu o;.1.,
the node you hear people discussing "court are offered the next season, which is ality in a new program of character shoes are dirtied for you for $1. oldest:-ti
d bowler etiquette?" Are you puzzled when called the first indoor .season, last- sketches to be presented here Nov. Now, we don't know how you feel pus, and
people whom you thought were per- ing from. Nov. 27 to Jan. 26. 20. about it, but personally, as women man Pr
bing suits fectly normal talk about "getting Second Indoor Season Opens to women, it sounds sort of silly. All thr
'.The second indoor season, Feb. 12 of the. Woman's athletic building. But then, glaring saddle shoes are demand
od, wh the bird"? D you bowl? Can you to April 5, includes badminton, bas- Because they did not have the ad- considered by many of us to be quite from th
or a nar- post? aeketball, bowling, dancing, fencing, vantage of being introduced to our a detriment, especially when the sun cast.
th ak I o aadyuae in eres ted igpgrfryadsmig.n athletic program through freshmen shines and you can see your reflec- Then
the back.; If you can, and you. ineretedpigng ife~~dsimn.In
on tennis when your friends discuss their rec- the spring tournaments will be held physical education classes, and they tion in them, and to many of us, rather,
I shorts, reational sports activities, then your in archery, a dancing program will did not bother to investigate on their that's pretty much o a jolt.
aoes-was' education has, not been .too terribly be presented and fencing, golf, out- own iniative. , tHowever, if you are really inter-
, '41, ten- neglected., .But if you don't under- door spoits, riding and softball will Sports Managers In Charge ested, and are having a terrific time
sions, in stand these terms, and you aren't be /offered. That is why a system of .sports trying to get people to step on them,
an John- interested in sports of any kind, then Each, of the above activities are managers has been organized by though goodness knows, all other
'42Ed. you will never. be the social success sponsored in the form of an athletic the WAA to cover'every League house, shoes get tramped on, we will in-
ee-length you are striving for, no matter how club which is headed by sports man- dormitory and sorority. They are vestigate this matter and might even
.t fng many times you read.Dale Carnegie's agers, members of the WAA board. the women whom you will elect to find the address of this remarkable
modeiled "How to Make Friends and Influence The various clubs will hold introduc- keep you informed of WAA activi- place, no less. But as a personal sug-
People.". ,,,,,,,.,, tory meetings and teas which will be ties. gestion, try a Geology field trip, and
included College Can Be Strenuous announced in the Daily Official Bul- An innovation has been made in we are pretty sure your troubles will 6
ons. Mary Or if you ,aren't the social butter- letin. For further details consult the WAA health check-up policy. be over.
gside her fly type, consider your mental and your yellow and blue sports schedule This year the woman participating -
ed knick- physical health, especially while you published by the WAA which you in the WAA sports program will not
id striped are putting in four very important found among the many things sent have to tear down to the Health Serv-
and very strenuous years on this you by the registrar. ice ever ytime she wants to play, as
ncampus. Women Miss Opportunities her house athletic manager will do
ne, Helen capue
'41, and There is a definite need for a One -of the sad things about this the checking of her record for her.
rated ap- knowledge and interest in the field of big campus of ours is the fact that in Quoting from the Medical Exam-
ies. Miss athletic activity in the all-around its immensity it needs a lot of dis- ination announcement in the WAA
shirtwaist character development of the .mod- covering for which many people don't bulletin: "At the beginning of each
iss Hardy er young woman. The woman. who make the time. Thus it is that a season, house or sports managers
llidwolhas participated in sports during hr lotr of women miss opportunities must turn in team lists to the Health
v-weather high school and college career is offered them. Service for medical approval for par-
orite ver- better equipped, socially,-. mentally Did' you know that a large part ticipation in sports. Students who
ver-and physically, to fit into the life of our graduiating class is made up have had any ilnesses while in the
of the modern community. of transfer students; that only about University not cared for at the Health
ss, and a Such is the opinion of Dr. Marg- 200' women ever go through their four Service are to inform the house or
-e yaret Bell, Director of. the Woman's years of University life here? This sports manager, whose duty it shall
ynch, '41 Physical Education Department and means that a great meny women be to acquire such information and
s Fariss's of the Woman's Athletic Association. graduates have never seen the inside indicate it on the team list.
Mtey bya~Sports Are Offered N _T ~
atecho aaThe Woman's Department of Phys- W T A CT 1
hd match- icalEducation conducts curricularW TT
classes in sports and skills of every /
variety-including dancing (modern,
social, folk and tap), swimming, golf,
tennis, badminton, fencing, outdoor41)
in sports, bowling, riding, ice skating %j
T and skiing.
!n " Or if you feel that you would like
to continue to improve your skills,
mee Club yes and even learn some, the WAA
5:15 p.m., offers you the opportunity with its
Athletic extra-curricular program. 7'
.le, '40Ed, Its sporting year is divided into y / .
nced yes- four seasons, as are the regular
physical education curricular classes.
ning sea- During the first season, which is %
meeting. strictly confined, to outdoor sports,
r of the and which lasts from Sept. 25 to Nov.
Cures tak- 25, club: managers will, guide you in

club last the following activities: archery, __5
dancing, fencing, field hockey, golf, r
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