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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1957

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4DUATION REQUIREMENT:
:oeds Learn Sports Skill in Physical Education Course
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from other schbols. All equipment
is furnished for coeds.
Instruction on trampoline, rings,
horses (not the real variety) as
well as tumbling and some march-
ing are included in the apparatus
course.
Winter Sports
During the winter (which -lasts
a. long time in Ann Arbor), ice
and figure skating instruction is
given at the University Coliseum.
Coeds are required to furnish their
own skates but they are asked not
to buy a pair before the first class
period if they don't already have
their own.
Recreational leaderships is an-
other class open to University
coeds. This course is designed to
teach fundamentals as well as to
give students experience in the
recreational field. The course pro-
vides experience required for sum-
mer jobs.
Students learn essentials of
handicraft, campcraft, hobbies,
games, music, nature, story tell-
ing and first aid. Coeds do "field
work" with Scouts, Brownies, Y-
Teens, patients at University Hos-

pital and other recreational cen-
ters around Ann Arbor.
Another special feature of the
course is the weekend of actual
camping experience which is held
toward the end of the course.
Horses, Dance
Instruction in horseback riding
is furnished throughout the school
year. Transportation is furnished
to the stables,,located outside Ann
Arbor.
Courses in ballet and modern
dance where each dancer can ex-
press her own' feelings are also
offered. Modern Dance Club, Bal-
let Club and the Choreographer's
Workshop are extra-curricular ac-
tivities which supplement these
courses.
The traditional sports of bad-
minton, f baseball, archery and
basketball are also open to coeds.
Fourteen tennis courts are
available for the exclusive use of
University women. Beginning, in-
termediate and advanced instruc-
tion is available in the racket
sport. Rules and scoring of the
game are considered to be essen-
tials of the course.

League Holds,
Dance Class
For Students.
By SALLY LEASE
Men and Coeds may learn the
waltz, fox trot and various Latin
rhythms in the League dance
classes.
Held Tuesday and Wednesday
nights, in the fall and spring,
classes feature beginners, inter-
mediates, and advanced groups
taught for eight weeks by a pro-
fessional instructor.
Gretchen Pendill, Grad., who
works with the dance club's or-
ganization, urges newcomers to
"register right away" since many
classes are already well-filled.
Miss Pendill adds that classes are
"a service to women on campus."
The League does not charge the
coeds, but the men must pay a
small fee.
Coeds are advised to come to
classes in flat shoes; the men may
wear sport coats. The instructor
uses a rotation system so that cou-
ples dance with different partners
and coeds learn to adapt to vari-
ous leaders.

At the beginining of each semies-
ter, the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion sponsors the sale of official
University blazers.
The blazer features a University
crest on the pocket, with a plain
pocket to be sewn on after leav-
ing the University plus choice of
colors for jacket piping.
Coeds may also order matching
or contrasting skirts or bermuda
shorts.
During the order sessions, per-
sonal fittings will be made by rep-
resentatives of the Brooks Allen
Company, Rochester, New York,
'with no extra charge for such al-
terations except sleeve shortening.
A $5 deposit is required when
ordering the blazer, with the rest
to be paid upon recepit of the blaz-
er.
Sale money helps to pay for play
days and other WAA activities.

WA A To Sell Blazers

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