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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 17,195t

Freshmen Are Eligible for Women's Athletic Association A

activities

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Variety of Sports Clubs Offered Coeds
Badminton, Tennis, Golf, Field Hockey Will Open in Fall

fA
Student WAA Board Has
Complete Recreational Plan

1.

"set," and "match" will again be
heard on the women's tennis'
courts as members of the tennis'
club meet to improve their tennis
game.
Jane McCarthy, club manager;
has planned both a singles and
doubles tournament and has ten-
tatively scheduled a mixed doubles
tournament. Also planned is a
combined picnic-tournament at
Burn's Park.
Last year the club sponsored an
all-campus women's tennis tour-
nament.
Club members will meet for play
as long as the weather conditions
remain favorable. The club will
then be semi-active during the
winter months, with indoor prac-
tice sessions being scheduled. Re-
organization will then take place
in the spring when the weather
becomes favorable.
Bowling-All women interested
in bowling are welcomed to mem-
bership in the WAA bowling club.
Teams composed of coeds from
the same or different residences
will be organized within the club,
and tournaments will be arranged
for both team and individual
competition. The University bowl-
ing club may also participate in
inter-school postal tournaments.
Located in the Women's Ath-
letic Building, the bowling alleys
are also open to non-members up-
on the payment of a small fee for
each line. Bowling club dues, pay-
able at the beginning of the sea-
son, cover all bowling expenses for
club members.
Michifish - Two times a year
Michifish members "splash" into
the water to present an exhibition
of precision and ballet swimming.
This club also sponsors the an-
nual campus all-women's swim-
ming meet.
Michifish offers one of the few
opportunities for women who en-
joy swimming to have a chance to
exercise their ability.
Requirements for membership
include ability in all the basic
swimming strokes, as well as exe-
cuting a front standing dive and
front and back dolphins.
Membership in the club is lim-
ited to fifty coeds.
Rifle-Postal matches with oth-

Every University woman is auto-
matically a member of the Wo-
men's Athletic Association and is
thus invited by the Association to
participate in all of its many ac-
tivities.
Sponsored by the Women's Phy-
sical Education Department, the
Association is a student group.
* * *
THE ORGANIZATION'S pur-
pose is to promote participation in
athletic events, to emphasize phy-
sical fitness and to foster a recre-
ational program.
To carry out this purpose,
WAA has organized'clubs, tour-
naments, and special events such
as Lantern Night, Michigras and
Tennis Ball Weekend.
Fourteen executive officers and
the heads of all sports clubs com-
pose the WAA board.
* * *
OFFICERS FOR the Women's
Athletic Association for the com-
ing year are president, Nancy
Fitch; vice-president in charge of
student relations, Barbara Riley;
vice-president in charge of pro-
jects, Betty Comstock; secretary,
Ann Henderson; treasurer, Katie
Wakeman; AFCW, June Miekka;
sorority manager, Marian Swan-
son; dormitory manager, Joyce
Dudkin; league houseimanager,
Pat Texter; Daily publicity, Mari-
lyn Campbell; public relations,
Elaine Kihen; and co-recreation
chairman, Nancy Lewis.
Club managers will be Vera
Simon, ballet; Henrietta Herme-

lin, modern dance; Jo Robbins;
town and country; Carol Gidd'
ings, basketball; Pat Mann,
bowling; Joan Hubbell, camp
counselors; Ann Petrie, golf;
Gloria Yough, field hockey;
D o n n a Hoffman, Michifish;
Mary Malcolm, riding; Jackie
Turner, softball; Ann Batchel-
der, rifle; Jane McCarthy, ten-
nis; Jeanette Scoville, badmin-
ton; and Allan VanLiere, folk
and square dancing.
A manager will be elected by
the skating club at its first meet-
ing.
* *. *
MEMBERS OF- the Association
are eligible to hold offices on the
board if their records for the pre-
vious semester comply with the
University eligibility rules.
Board positions are filled by
petitioning and interviewing. Alt
applicant for a position must
file a petition and be inter-
viewed by senior members of the
board. Petitions are available in ,
the spring.
Women may petition for three
positions, two of which may be
executive offices.
A coed must have served ont
year on the board and be a sec-
ond-semester junior at the time
of petitioning to be selected as
president.
The Board meets once a week,
and, as the governing body, is in
charge of all WAA-sponsored ac-
tivities.

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GOLF-Students practice their putts and drives on the well-equipped practice golf course behindj
the Women's Athletic Building. Golf instruction is offered in the physical education program and
WAA sponsors a golf club.

er schools are often held by the
rifle club, as well as "shoulder to
shoulder" matches within the
club.
Any University woman interest-
ed in riflry is invited to join and
learn to be an expert marksman.
Instruction will be provided.
T h i s year a shoulder-to-
shoulder match is being scheduled
with the men's rifle team, an
wvent which always promotes ri-
valry between the two clubs. Plans
are also being made to enter a
team in the National Rifle Asso-
ciaiton Intercollegiate Women's
Match during the winter.
Basketball-Each year at the
last meeting of the basketball club,
the Army and the Navy meet in
the final "battle of the year."
Open to all women students, the
club gives all who are interested

the opportunity to learn and prac-
tice their basketball skills.
At meetings each Friday during
the winter months, members play
for rating sessions, participate in
college play-days and experiment
with various rule changes.
This year a game has been
planned with the Physical Edu-
cation faculty. In addition, the
losers of the Army-Navy game will
treat the winners to a "coke" at
the final meeting.
Softball--The Softball club has
the distinction of being the last
to be organized for the year, as
the club meets only during the
spring months.
Included in its program are in-
ter-club games and extramural
events. Membership in the club
will be based on skill, and all co-
eds are invited to try out.

Houses Enter
Teams In
Intramurals
Although women at the Uni-
versity have no "varsity" competi-
tion, the Women's Athletic Asso-
ciation has set up an intramural
and extramural program to in-
clude all coeds.
Biggest participation takes place
in the intramural volley-ball, bas-
ketball and softball tournaments.
THE VOLLEYBALL tournament
is held in the fall, followed by bas-
ketball during the winter months.
The season is concluded with a
softball tournament in the spring.
Each women's sorority, dormi-
tory or league house is urged to
enter as many teams as they are
able to form.
The athletic manager from each
house organizes these teams, ap-
points captains and keeps her
house informed on tournament

progress as well as other WAA ac-
tivities.
SORORITY, dormitory and
league house managers, members
of the WAA executive board, are
in charge of these tournaments.
These three work in cooperation
with the vice-president in charge
of student relations to coordinate
the houses and to work out any
problems which may arise during
the year.
Basic rules used in intramur-
als are those in the Official
Sports Guides, published by the
National Section on Women's
Athletics, with slight modifica-
tions to take care of specific sit-
uations in any sport.'
All games a.e officiated by fac-
ulty members as well as students,
who,. in most cases, hold ratings
in the sports which they offici-
ate.

TEAMS winning their first
games are members of the "A"
league, while first game losers are
placed in the "B" league. After
the first game, each team plays
until losing a game, which auto-
matically eliminates its members
from the tournament. Play fol-
lows a ladder elimination.
Individuals get their "chance
to shine'' in sports such as ping-
pong, tennis and badminton.
An all-campus swimming meet
is also held. These ipdividual
tournaments are sponsored by
the various WAA clubs.
The only requirement for par-
ticipation in the intramural sports
program is an interest in the ac.
tivities. Players have the oppor-
tunity to learn new games and to
meet new friends in a competitive
atmosphere.

Dates for Organizational Meetings
Set by Women's Athletic Association

Dates for the organizational
meetings of the Women's Athletic
Association clubs have been set as
follows:
Field Hockey: 5 p.m. Sept. 24,
WAB; Coaches and Officials: Oct.
6, WAB; Golf: 5 p.m. Oct. 6, WAB;
Tennis: 5 p.m. Oct. 8, WAB; Folk
and Square Dance: 7:30 p.m. Oct.
8, WAB; Riding: Oct. 9, WAB;
Town and Country: Oct. 10, WAB;

Michifish: 10 a.m. Oct. 11, Union
Pool; Bowling: 5 p.m. Oct. 13,
WAB; and Rifle: 7:30 p.m. Oct.
28, WAB.
The list continues with Ice
Skating: 5 p.m. Oct. 30, Barbour
Gym; Badminton: 7 p.m. Nov. 12,
Waterman Gymnasium; Basket-
ball: 4 p.m. Nov. 21, Barbour Gym-
nasium; and Softball: 5:10 p.m.
April 1, WAB.

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