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THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Coeds on Maize, Blue Teams
To Vie in Frosh Weekend

Classes

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Spring Action
Bowling, Swimming
Head List of Activities
On Calendar of Events
For freshmen women who wish
to complete their physical educa-
tion requirement and for upper-
class women seeking relaxation
the Woman's Athletic Association
offers several spring sports.
Bowling . . .
Coeds can send the "ten pins";
flying from 3 to 5 p.m. every Fri-
day at the bowling alleys in the
Women's Athletic Building.
This chance for women to im-
prove their bowling has been pro-
vided by the Women's Physical
Education Department since the
beginning of this semester.
Instructors are available to help
the coeds correct their mistakes
and also to assist any beginners
in the sport.
Balls and assimilated bowling
shoes will be furnished but coeds
may use their own equipment if
they desire. Bowlers should try to
come with a friends since they
will have to set their own pins.
Women bowling should wear
shorts or bermudas for comfort
and safety. Sneakers are required
footwear.
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Swimming . . .
Openings in various swimming
classes are still available to fresh-
men coeds who have not signed up
for their last physical education
elective this semester.
Upperclass women may sign up
also for these courses. today and
tomorrow in Room 15 of Barbour
Gym.
Coeds who are interested in
summer camp jobs or in life guard
positions will find the life guard
classes particularly valuable to
them in their work.
Many camps and recreational
departments request applicants
who have water safety or life
guard certificates.
Coeds may obtain these certifi-
cates of achievement through at-
tending the courses offered by the
Women's Physical Education De-
partment. Upon completion of the
course and passing a required
swimming test, coeds will receive
their certificates.
* * *
Fly Casting . .
The third and final unit of the
Outdoor Education Club will hold
its spring organizational meeting
at 5:10, on Thursday, April 18, in
the WAB.
Fly and bait casting will be the
subject of the spring unit. Form-
er units have been concerned with
firearm safety and skiing.
The Outdoor Education Club
places an emphasis on teaching
skills which will be useful to the
coed not only now but also after
college.
Coeds who possess their own
equipment are requested to bring
it to the organizational meeting.
Instruction will be free of charge.
WSF Elects
At the recent elections of the
Westminster Student Fellowship
of the First Presbyterian Church,
Ron Walter was elected moderator
and Tom Johnson, treasurer.
Others elected to cabinet posts
include: Richard Beldin, Nathaniel
Field, Gerry Gustis, Barbara
Holmes, Dorothy Huntwork, Beata
Jorgenson, Martha Kinley, Mary
McKay, Charlotte Robb, and
James Ruffner.

DANCE
CONCERT
April 16 and 17
Lydia Mendelssohn

By SYLVIA GREENBAUM
If one could climb through the
stacks upon stacks of cardboard,
paper, and paint in the rooms of
the Women's League assigned to
the teams for Frosh Weekend, one
uculrl discover in the midst of
the confusion two tired freshman
girls - Karen Levey, chairman of
Blue and Dot Gartner, chairman
of Maize.
Concealed under the piles of
what looks like rubbish would be
a group of girls who say they're
combining their originality, tal-
ents, and enthusiasm toward two
goals, "to emerge victorious from
their hide-a-ways and to show
their campus just what the fresh-
man coeds can do."
Each team is combining efforts
on their individual all-campus
dances complete with publicity,

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entertainment and decorations,
and each is determined to make
theirs the best. Blue is scheduled
for Friday, April 26 and Maize for
Saturday April 27.
The themes are as yet unre-
vealed but the publicity chairmen's
efforts and long hours" of work
will be displayed on campus Mon-
day, April 15.
Who can do "the most with the
least (amount of money, of
course) is their motto and compe-
tition on ticket sales will be
spread campus-wide.
This friendly competition be-
tween freshman coeds has been
a traditional event since 1949
when Panhellenic and Assembly
Association. working through the
League, sponsored a similar event.
Last year's winner was the
Maize team

-Dalry-Davia ArnoI
LEAGUE DANCE CLASSES - It takes two to tango, but only one
to learn the rhumba at the weekly dance classes held in the
League Ballroom. Beginners, intermediates and advanced students
have an opportunity to take lessons from a professional instructor.

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