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Y, DECEMBER 15, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Incorrect Basketball Rules
May Be Injurious to Health

Betrothal Told

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By PAT BROWNSON
"Ignorance of correct women's
basketball rules, which is a major,
problem in Michigan high schools,
may be injurious -to a women's
health and causes a confusion be-
tween men's and women's rules,"
says Ruth Harris, state basketball
chairman and assistant supervisor
in the Women's Physical Educa-
tion Department.
"In college basketball, where
intramural play covers women's
needs pretty well, qualified physi-
cal education teachers are avail-
able, but in high school competi-
Collee Board
Selects Coeds
Twenty-one University coeds
have been chosen as members of
S the college board of a national
fashion magazine.
A portion of the 850 undergrad-
uates selected from more than
4,000 applicants, they will com-
plete three assignments during the
school year to become eligible for
guest editor positions on the mag-
azine's staff.
Twenty guest editors will be se-
lected by the magazine from the
College Board in May and will be
given a trip to New York to pub-
lish the magazine's August issue.
Besides free transportation and
salary while working with the
'magazine, each guest editor is giv-
en vocational guidance, taken on
tours of newspaper offices, fashion
workrooms, radio stations and
printing plants and introduced to
a leading figure in her chosen field
of interest.
University students on the board
' nwude Patricia Brownson, Miriam
Berri'istein, Martha Chandler, Gin-'
A ger y lis, Norma Fishel, Katherine
Janet Guthe, Gloria Hille, Rollene
Jaclgson, Patricia Kaufman, Roma
Lipiky, and Jo Anne Misner.
The list continues with Nancy
O'Neill, Mary Ellen Martin, Pa-
tricia Reed, Mickey Sager, Susan
Sirs, Sallie Slocum, Marion Stel-
lirg, Charlotte Voelker, Lilias
Wagner, and Fredrica Winters.
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ion many problems arise," sh
stated.
HIGH SCHOOL problems, she
explained, result from the fact
that there is more emphasis or
winning than on just having fun,
This is caused to a large degree
by imitation of men's basketball.
There teams in small schools
are coached by English teach-
ers or the regular men's coach,
who may not be familiar vith
women's rules, health is disre-
garded and many times men's
rules are taught, she said.
To help counteract this confu-
sion of men's and women's rules,
Miss Harris said, the Michigan
High School Athletic Association,
vhich is a men's organization, has
°efused membership to those high
schools where men coach women's
teams.
* * *
ALSO THE Washtenaw County
Women's Official Rating Board has
set up clinics to demonstrate of-
ficiating for women's basketball.
As many as three or four are slat-
ed each year.
The University and Michigan
State Normal College collaborate
each year on the clinics. A clinic
was held in Ypsilanti this month.
Basketball programs in high
schools are also aided by physical
education majors sent out from
the surrounding colleges to assist
the high school coaches. "The
schools benefit as well as the fu-
ture physical education teachers
who gain practical experience,"
said Miss Harris.
* * *
THE WORK OF the state bas-
ketball chairman, who is elected
each year, is full and varied, she
stated. There are four boards of
officials in Michigan, all under
the National Section of Women's
Athletics. Miss Harris cited the
great need for a board in the Up-
per Peninsula.
The basketball chairman in
each State has the duty to set
up new boards where they are
needed and to coordinate the
boards already in existence. An
area must have three rated of-
ficials before it can have a board,
she explained. Officials are rat-
ed by existing boards in the
state.
"Our problems are perhaps much
greater in Michigan than in the
East where there are plenty of of-
ficials and cities are so close to-
gether that they have fewer small
rural schools," Miss arris said.

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Skating Club
To Make Use
Of Coliseum
With the coming of Christmas
comes the opening of the Univer-
sity's recently remodeled coliseum.
Men and women in the Ice Skat-
ing Club will begin to make use
of the rejuvenated building on the
first day following Christmas va-
cation.
The rink will be open from 1
to 3 p.m. Mondays through Thurs-
days with classes going on for be-
ginning, intermediate and ad-
vanced students.
* * *
MEMBERS IN the -club have
been meeting since November, but
January will be their first season
on ice.
Membership is open to any
student on campus, including
freshmen.
Skaters will be pleased to learn
that the arena will be heated now,
so that cold toes are no longer
a problem.
* * *
CLUB MEMBERS will give skat-
ing exhibitions before -the hockey
games again this year. These ex-
'iibitions will include group, solo
and duet performances.
In order that club members
may become better acquainted
with each other outside of the
ice arena, coffee and doughnut
parties will be held through-
out the season after several
hours on the ice.
Carole Somer, club manager,
said that not only will the arena
be heated, but also the roof is
now both rain and snow proof.
Phi Psi's Hold
Christmas Ted
Phi Kappa Psi fraternity held
its annual Christmas open-house
tea yesterday from 4 to 6 p.m. at
the chapter house.
Among the honored guests was
President Alexander G. Ruthven.
Mrs. Ruthven and Miss M. Shearer
poured at the tea.
All the sororities on campus and
their housemothers were invited to
attend the affair' at which the
Kappa Kappa Gammas acted as
hostesses.
The tea has become a tradition-
al Christmas celebration held
every year by the fraternity mem-
bers.

South Pacific Hits (Medley of
6 Selections) AL GOODMAN
Kiss Me Kate Hits (Medley of
6 Selections) AL GOODMAN
In The Mood
Little Brown Jug
GLENNT MILLER
I'm Getting Sentimental Over
You TOMMY DORSEY
Moonlight Serenade
TEX BENEKE
Ave Maria
Lord's Prayer PERRY COMO
Tchaikovsky Piano
Concerto
FREDDY MARTIN
Racing With The Moon
VAUGHN MONROE
Toot Toot Tootsie
You Call It Madness
TONY MARTIN
Twilight Time
THREE SUNS
The Waltz You Saved
ForMe WAYNE KING
The World Is Waiting
For The Sunrise
Down Among The
Sheltering PalmW
SAMMY KAYE
Bouquet Of Roses
Texarkana Baby
EDDY ARNOLD
Cool Water
Chant of The
Wanderer
SONS OF
THE PIONEERS
The Skaters Waltz
TOSCANINI
Fiddle Paddle
ChickenReel
BOSTON POPS
Donkey Serenade
Giannina Mio
ALLAN JONES

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Engagements Made Known
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Mr. and Mrs. Claude Manley of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter Mary
Louise to Richard G. Millman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Millman
of St. Johns.
Miss Manley is a senior in the
literary school.
Mr. Millman is a senior in the
School of Architecture and is a
member of Alpha Rho Chi.
The couple plans a summer
wedding.
* * *
H ill-Hall
Mrs. William Hill of Balter, Ala.,
has announced the engagement of
her daughter, Joan Reynolds, to
Donald Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. N. Gell Hall of Garnet, Ga.
Miss Reynolds is a graduate of
Stephens Junior College where she
majored in home economics.
Mr. Hall is a senior in the lit-
erary college and is affiliated with
Chi Phi fraternity.
The couple is planning to wed
Friday night, Dec. 16, and honey-
moon at McClatchey, Me. They
will return to Ann Arbor January
3 and reside at 4006 4th Street.
* * *
Taylor-Geib
Dr. and Mrs. Morris 0. Taylor
of Media, Pa., have announced
the engagement of their daughter
Morrine to Arthur Geib, Jr., son'

of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Geib of
Caro.
Miss Taylor is a senior in the
literary college and is affiliated
with Kappa Delta sorority.
Mr. Geib graduated from the
engineering school in 1944 and re-
ceived a master's degree in busi-
ness administration in 1947. He
is affiliated with the Theta Delta
Chi fraternity.
The couple is planning a June
wedding.
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ing out for singing, speaking, and
dancing parts in Junior Girls' Play
may sign up in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League today
and tomorrow.
Preliminary tryouts will take
place from 3 to 6 p.m., Jan. 4, 5,
6 and 9. Special tryouts will be
held for models, preferably with
experience, from 10 a.m. to noon,
Saturday, Jan. 7.gModels are ask-
ed to bring high-heeled shoes.
Specialty acts will also tryout on
Jan. 7 between 2 and 5 p.m.
A call for trios, soloists, and
choruses has been sent out by
Lannette Sheaffer, JGP music
chairman. Coeds may try out for
these any day during the four-day
period.
WAA Notices
Michifish-The Thursday night
group will not meet tonight.
Fencing Club - Members will
meet as usual at 5:10 p.m. today
in the WAB.
Coaches and Officials Club -
Members will not meet today due
to vacation, but will meet at 7
p.m. Thursdays in Barbour Gym
after the holidays.
Ping Pong Tournament - Every
house on campus must turn in the
list of participants and winner by
tomorrow in the League Under-
graduate. Office, Betsy Bousfield's
box.
Volleyball Team
Winners Revealed
Additional information has been
announced concerning the WAA
Volleyball Tournament winners.
Stockwell team XX was the win-
ner of the A Tournament while
Mosher team 1 was runner-up.
The Alpha Xi team won the B
Tournament.
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