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SEPTEMBER17,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE EL

tudents May

Join Sports Clubs of Women's Athletic Associatior

Groups Plan
Wide Variety
Of Activities
By PAT NORTON
Whatever your choice as a fav-
orite sport, the Women's Athletic
Association has a club which will
interest you.
Enthusiasts of the tennis rac-
ket and courts will improve their
game and more skilled players will
receive instruction.
The Club sponsors singles and
doubles tournaments within the
club a n d a l s o intercollegiate
matches.
Tennis Club
During the spring a women'A
all-campus tournament is a lso
sponsored by the Tennis Club.
Or perhaps you are more , in
favor of the "links and greens."
If so, the Golf Club is open to
all coeds.
A tournament is held to decide
the members of the golf team.
t The eight coeds with the lowest
scores make up the team, and may
use the University course free of
' charge.
Meeting weekly, the Club holds
intra-squad matches as well as
matches between club members. It
also gives instructions.
Golf Club
During the past spring the Club
s.had Betty Jameson and Mary
Lena, Faulk, professional women
golfers, present a free clinic for
the Club.
Virginia O'Conner, manager of
the Club, says that the require-
'"ments are that each member own
her own clubs and have previous
experience.
If you know the basic skills of
field hockey, then this is a Club
which might interest you.
During the week the Club prac-
tices skills and holds scrimmages.
Hockey Club
Jane Abeshouse, Club manager,
has scheduled meets with the
University faculty, Albion College,
Michigan State Normal College,
Bowling Green University and the
traditional rival, Michigan State
University.
Also on the agenda for the Club
is a hockey playday with several
other colleges.
The women's physical education
department furnishes the shin

BASKETBALL CLUB TOURNAMENT SPEED SWIMMING CLUB PRACTICE

guards and hockey sticks to club dolphin and front surface dive are

members.
Everyone.enjoys sinming.
Whether you are interested in
speed swimming or synchronized
swimming the WAA has some-
thing to offer.
Swimming Clubs
Comparatively new, the Speed
Swimming Club is open to' any
coed who is interested in com-
petitive swimming and d i v i n g
meets. A great deal of former ex-
perience is not essential.
Competitive dual meets with
colleges and organizations a r e
planned.
Heading the Club is Betsy Alex-
ander. She is also in charge of
planning the intramural swimming
tournament.
To qualify for the. synchronized
swimming club, Michifish, coeds
are required to try out.
Interested women will be tested
on swimming the front crawl, back
stroke, side stroke on both sides
and the breast stroke. The back

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also necessary skills.
To Give Shows
Judy Shagrin is Club manager.
She has scheduled a performance
at the annual Union Open House
and a spring concert.
Michifins, the junior group, was{
organized to give coeds an oppor-
tunity for instruction and prac-
tice in strokes and stunts.
.This group is under the direc-
tion of Jane Prindeville and Grace
Moore.
Coeds having a knowledge of
the fundamental skills of fencing
may join the Fencing club.
Fencing Club'
Carol Maurer, manager of the
Club, has planned a demonstration
before the fencing classes as well
as scheduling intra-club matches
and possible outside matches.
An invitational meet with Mich-
igan State University and Wayne
University is also scheduled for
the Club.
An unusual, yet popular, WAA
Club is the Women's Rifle Club.
Coeds interested in joining need
not have had previous shooting
experience. Instruction in shoot-
ing fundamentals is provided.
Rifle Club
Rifles, ammunition, t a r g e t s,
shooting jackets and gloves are
also furnished- to Club members.
Sylvia Wendrow, manager, says
that in the spring, after mem-
bers have mastered the fundamen-
tals and gain some proficiency
in the sport, competition will be
held within the Club.
Matches will also be arranged
with other schools.
An ever-increasing f a v o r i t e
sport of women is basketball, and
the Women's Athletic Association
has risen to meet the demand by
forming a Basketball Club.
This group is composed of all
coeds who are actively interested
in the sport, with members pos-
sessing varied levels of skill.
Basketball Club
Club manager, Judy' Gilbert,
has arranged games and sports-
days with various colleges and
high schools.
During the summer m o n t h s

many coeds are or would like to
be camp counselors so the WAA
has sponsored a Club for inter-1
ested women.4
Joan Sayles, club m a n a g e r,
stressed the fact that the club4
is not restricted to experienced
counselors
Basic camp crafts, such as plan-l
ning cook-outs, h a n d i c r a f t s,;
games, songs and overnights are
taught to club members.I
Coeds also learn the methods
of teaching these various activi-
ties to campers, as well as learn-
ing how to carry out a successful
camp program.
Bowling Club
Those women who like to bowl
will find this Club of interest to
to them. Membership is not re-
stricted to skilled players, and in-.
struction is offered to all.
During the spring of the year
a coed all-campus bowling tourna-
ment is held.
The Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, realizing that as well as
working together, men and wom-
en should participate in sports
together, has organized several
co-recreational clubs,
An up and coming group on
campus is the Modern Dance Club.
Dance Clubs
Students, male and female, ex-
perienced or not in the basic
principles of the dance, are wel-
comed into the Club.
Members are instructed in the
techniques of dancing and the
composition of the medium of
modern dance.
Men and women in the Club
help do choreography for tele-
vision shows and work with the
speech department. They al s o
study the production end, includ-
ing make-up, lighting and stage
effects.
Biggest events which Barbara
Roose, club manager, has schedul-
ed are the Christmas and spring
concerts given in cooperation with
the Ballet club.
Give Instruction
Another co-recreational organ-
ization is the Ballet Club. Stu-
dents of various skill levels may

join, with instruction given to all.
Beginners concentrate on the
basic techniques. Opportunities for
creative choreography are avail-
able to all those who are interest-
ed.
With Norma Gottleib directing
the Club, members will plan and
participate in the joint Christmas
and spring concerts.
Still another club open to both;
men and women students is ice
skating. The wives and husbands
of students are also invited to
membership.
Skating Club
Betty Veres is the Club mana-
ger. She hopes to have a regular
night set aside at the University
Coliseum for the members to
practice.
Miss Mary Francis Greschke,'
nationally rated figure skater,,
will be the instructor for the Club.
Precision and novelty skating3
will be presented by members be-
fore several of the hockey games.
If you are a fan of the saddle
and bridle, then the Riding Club
will attract you. This is also a
co-recreational group, headed by
Mary Jane Briggs.
Riding Club
Members will ride weekly. Miss
Briggs hopes to have a horse show
in the spring.
Still another Club open to all
University students is Badminton.
This group, however, will not
be formed until after the campus
tournament is completed.
Once the Club is formed, mem-
bers will be able to receive instruc-
tions.
There will 'also be intra-club
tournaments featuring w o m e n 's
singles, men's singles and mixed
doubles matches.
Blazer Sales ...
One of the most popular articles
of wearing apparel seen on the
University campus is blazers.
At the beginning of each semes-
ter the Women's Athletic Associ-
ation sponsors a blazer sale.
The "official" University blazer
for coeds, featuring a crest on the
pocket, will be on sale Thursday

and Friday, Sept. 27 and 28 at the
Women's Swimming Pool.
Coeds may also order matching
and contrasting skirts and Ber-
muda shorts at this time. These
will be available in a variety of
styles, colors and materials which
will complement the blazers.
During the order sessions per-
sonal fittings will be made, with
no extra charge for alterations
except for shortening sleeves.
When the order is placed a $5
deposit will be required as a down
payment. The remainder can be
paid when the blazers arrive.
The University seal on the pock-
et and a choice of colors for pip-
ing on the jacket edges are out-
standing features of the blazer.
An extrabpocket is also included
with each blazer. After a student
graduates this pocket may be used
to replace the crested pocket.
In charge of the sale this year
will be the house athletic man-
agers, with allhprofits from the
sale going to the WAA.
Calendar Sales...
To students nothing is so im-
portant on the University campus
as remembering dates, both the
social and calendar type, and to
meet this need the Women's Ath-
Attend the
Women's Staff
Tryout Meeting
in September
PUBLICATIONS BUILDING

ADMISSION

IS FREE:

l-M Building Opens Doors
To Men, Women Fridays

Co-recreational activities real-
ly are in full swing every Friday
night, I-M Night.
During the entire school year
the Women's Athletic Association
and the Intramural staff present
these "co-rec" evenings at the In-
tramural Building.
Students have found that the'
many facilities offered are good
for relaxation, entertainment and
simply getting away from studies.
Everyone is welcome at these
weekly events, and you may comet
stag, with a date or with a group
of friends.
Admission Free
Admission is free, but students
must show their ID cards at thel
door.
No matter what sport you like
best the chances are you will findE
it at the I-M Building.7
Regardless of your level oft
skill in a particular sport you will
find instructors and other students
there to help you.j
Those attending will be able to
wear, themselves out playing in1
the team sports such as volley-
ball and basketball.
Swimming Pool
Other favorite games are, bad-
minton, paddle ball and hand ball.'

In addition, all facilities of the
building's swimming pool will be
open to students and others at-
tending I-M Night, whether just
a "dog paddler" or an adroit
swimmer.
Many students have found this
is a way to forget about studies,
as well as making it possible for
them to try out in new skills ac-
quired during the summer.
You must provide your own
bathing suit, but towels will be
furnished by the I-M and WAA
staffs. Women are asked to wear
bathing caps.
Ups and Downs
In the past few years many
have taken their "ups and downs"
on the trampoline.
This gymnastic event was op-
ened to women as recently as
1951. It attracts coeds who are in-
terested in learning "tramp" pro-
cedures and in acquiring skill in
in the execution of somesaults,
flips and various other maneuvers.
The aim of the I program,
presented by hosts and hostesses
from the WAA and Intramural
staffs, is friendly rivalry and good
sportsmanship.
It is an informal evening of
"just plain fun" without expense.

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