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SATURDAY, AUG. 12, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TWENM"Y-On

SATURDAY, AVG. 12, 1939 rAGE TWENTY4~1W

Women 's Athletic Association Offers

Extensive Program

Facilities open
TO: All Women
In University
Harriet Sharkey To Head
Organization This Year;
Janet Homer To Assist
(Continued from Page 19).
more time is devoted to coaching and
developing skills.
The hockey club will start playing
hockey games twice weekly the first
week of school. This club opens its
activities early as the season is short.
The golf club will have an open
tournament early in the fall, and the
six top players will become auto-
matically the women's golf team.
This team will play invitational
matches this fall, and the club will
practice driving, approaching and
putting every week.
Crop and Saddle, the riding club,
will ride once a week during the fall
season. Membership in this club is
limited, and new members are chosen
only when there is a vacancy left.
Notices for tryouts will be placed in
the DOB. The major activity of Crop
and Saddle is a riding show which is
given every spring.
The swimming club will hold an
inter-huose competition at the Union
on Tuesday, Oct. 24.
The tennis club will hold an open
singles tournament early in the fall.
Fencing club practices once a week
during the out-door season. The
first meeting will be Thursday, Sept.
30, in the basement of Barbour Gym-
nasium. s
Volley ball club will open the sea-
son with an inter-house tournament.
Coed Advisers
Mark Program
Of Orientation
Mixers, Teas, Tests, Tours
To Initiate Women Into
MysteriesOf Campus
(Continued from Page 19)
'42; Dorothy Gilliam, '41; Asst. Bar-
bara Sufferin, '42; Betty Stadelman,
'40; Asst. Jane Sapp, '41; Dorothy
Sampson, '41; Asst. Rosemary Leh-
man, '41; Barbara Telling, '40; Asst.
Betty Meyer, '41; Elizabeth Clark, '41;
Asst. Margaret Van Ess, '41; Doro-
thea Ortmayer, '41; Asst. Ethel Win-
nai, '41; Barbara Grill, 41; Asst. Alice
H. France, '41P.
Elizabeth Keppler, '41; Asst. aJnet
Sargent, '41; Elizabeth Heggie, '41;
Asst. Betty Zunk, '42; Marjory Pater-
son, '41; Asst. Mildred Radford, '42;
Allison Curtis, '41; Asst. Patricia Mac-
Farland, '42; Mary Jordan, '40; Asst.
Ora Graft, '41; Clara Louise Fulde,
'41; Asst. Jean Reed, '42; Dorothy
Cox, '40; Asst. Frances Allen, '41;
Helen Jimerson, '41; Asst. Charlene
Pike, '42; Marjorie Allison, '41; Asst.
Margot Thor, '41; Norma Vint, '40;
Asst. Mary Mikulich, 41; Sally Man-
thei, '40; Asst. Jean Noyes, '42; Pran-
ces Herdrick, '40; Asst. Betty Gould,
'42; Carolyn Williams, '40; Asst. Betty
Hine; Barbara Newton; Asst. Virginia
Appleton, '42.
Jane Mowers, '40; Asst. Margaret
Gardener, '42; Betty Roberts; Asst.
Frances Aaronson; Frances Nevin,
'41; Asst. Eleanor Donahue, '42; Bet-
ty Hall, '41; Asst. Nancy Chapman,
'42; Margaret Cobb, '41; Asst. Elsie
Clark, '41; Betty Stout, '41; Asst.
Phyllis Lovejoy, '42; Betty Ployd, '40;
Asst. Barbara Dittmann, '41; Jun
Tolton, '41; Asst. Isabel Balfour, '42;
Carrie Wismer, '41; Asst. Betty Far-

iss, '42; Janet Clark, '40; Asst. Louise
Keatly, '42; Moya Gruhzit, '41; Asst.
Grace Miller, '42; Alberta Royal, '40;
Asst. Jean Rakestraw; Virginia Van
Wagoner, '41; Asst. Agnes Crow, '42;
Margaret Hubbard; Asst. Jane Baits,
'42; Elizabeth Luckham, '40; Asst.
Peggy Polunbaum; Angeline Rock-
nick, '49; Asst. Virginia Brereton, '41.
Informal Neatness
Featured In Styles
For Michigan Men
(Continued ┬▒rom Pare 20)
the answer is no, the reply comes,
"Then wait five minutes."
We believe we've covered the basics.
Sports wear depends on the sport.
For football games, a jacket is handy,
and later in the season a coat. Sweat-
ers do nicely for fall weather. Better
bring a handkerchief'.
For formal wear, midnight blue is
becoming more and more popular,
though black isn't out yet. Maroon
tie with the blue will keep your date
awake if the orchestra won't, You
can try, too.
We'd like to go into other fields

Director And President Of W.A.A.

DR. MARGARET BELL HARRIET SHARKEY
CasualnessdKey To Smartness
For Campus Coed's Ward robe

(Continued from Page 20)
unusual suit especially grand for
stadium wear is a plaid tweed skirt
with a dyed moleskin jacket, the
jacket lined in the plaid. Grand, that
is, if your budget can afford it. But
a heavy tweed jacket will do just as.
well.
Match Them
Angora mittens to match sweaters,
cardigans, boleros and anklets are
perennial favorites and are worn for
day as well as evening. Hats are
rarely worn on the campus, but a
few hardy rollers are must-haves.
Basic brown, green or black ones,
whichever color your wardrobe is
planned around, with maybe a bright-
er one thrown in to match a pet
sweater or skirt.
Saddle shoes are still underfoot on'
the campus. Brown and white ones
are worn all winter, or if you feel
capitalistic, get them in brown or1
black buck with alligator saddles-
new idea this year. Anothernew
version is shown entirely in alliga-
tor. With your saddle shoes, ank-
lets of course, over stockings in win-
ter. Match or contrast these to your
skirts 'n' sweaters and tailleurs.
Rainy Weather Bests
For rainy or uncertain weather
days you should have one of those
Foreign Center
Plans Activities
For Fall Term
The International Center serves as
a guidance center for international
students, but its primary aim is to
aid foreign students in adjusting
themselves to American life and cus-
toms.
The Center is planning an exten-
sive and enlarged program of activi-
ties for the coming year as the staff
has been increased by the addition
of six student assistants who will be
on duty part-time to assist in man-
aging the social events, educational
program and special problems of the
foreign students.
Bridge Classes
One assistant will conduct bridge
classes and tournaments, as bridge
has proved to be one of the most
popular past times at the Center.
Another staff member will assist
foreign students by contacting pro-
fessors to straighten out difficulties
where students are failing in their
courses.
As a new experiment, the Center
is planning a system of news bullet-
ins which will relate the activities of
the group here on the Campus, and
contain information about former
members who have returned to their
homes.
The cabinet of ten members which
was established last year as a go-be-
twen for the students and faculty
members proved to be so popular
that the work will be continued this
year.
Plan Weekly Events
Regular weekly events have been
planned which will benefit the stu-
dents by acquainting them with the
social and educational phases of
American life. Sunday night sup-
pers will be one of the most interest-
ing features for well known men on
the Campus will speak before the
group. Educational movies will be
shown on Monday nights, and every
Thursday afternoon a tea will be giv-
en for the students and faculty mem-
bers.
Athletic Program
A special staff member who is also
on the Intramural Sports staff will
have charge of the athletic program.
He will be aided by one of the club
members who is experienced in youth

indispensible reversible coats, one side
in gabardine like a trench coat, the
other in bright plaid or plain woolen.
Even umbrellas are sometimes carried
mostly in gaudy cellophane.
Ann Arbor weather has a habit of
turning biting cold, and you'll thank
the family for stretching the budget
to include a fur coat. You really
need one for windy Saturdays in the
stadium and for blizzards. Better get
a style that looks well over formals
too and make it do double duty.
Leave most of your jewelry at
home. Just some pearls for sweaters
and maybe a few pieces of unusual
costume jewelry will be enough. Ker-
chiefs are still being hung around
necks.
For dormitory wear, tailored pa-
jamas are best. Flannel feels mighty
good on cold nights, too. And get
those fleece-lined bedroom slippers'
that have the bunny faces on the
toes. They're warm and comfortable
after a hard day of campus trotting.
Wool lounging pajamas are comfy to
study in. Also a warm robe.
For the first few weeks of warm
weather it's wise to bring a few of
your more fallish looking summer
dresses, because it does get pretty hot.
That is, if you can resist the tempta-
tion to wear new woolens. As a final'
warning, whatever you bring, let it
be simple, practical, and nonchal-
ant. Then it will be sure to be in
Michigan style.

Must Complete
One Year Gym
Program Usually Finished
In Freshman Year
All women enrolled in the Univer-
sity are required to satisfactorily
complete one year of physical edu-
cation unless the Health Service suip-
ulates that they are physically unfit.
It is expected that the year's couse
will be completed during the first
year at the University, as the enter-
ing student's program is planned to
allow time for it.
Each freshman, and student enter-
ing with less than two years' college
credit, who has not completed a com-
parable course must elect one semes-
ter of outdoor sports and one sem-
ester of indoor sports, and pass two
individual sports tests.
The student must also elect at
least one season of dancing if she
has not had this kind of experience
before.
Each semester's work is divided ir to
two quarters, with the periods from
September to Thanksgiving, and from
Spring Vacation until June being the
outdoor seasons, and from Thanks-
giving to February the indoor season.
During the outdoor season, courses
are taught in riding, hockey, archery,
tennis, golf, canoeing, recreational
leadership, and outdoor sports. During
the indoor season, courses are taught
in fencing, swimming, badminton,
riflery, body mechanics, modern danc-.
ing and ice-skating.
All credit in physical education is
on the semester basis, and two seasons
must be completed in one semester.
Need Several Date
Dresses, Formals
(Continued from Page 20)
can wear it as a formal wrap. If
your budget allows it, however, the
classic black velvet long cloak, with
or without a hood, is the evening wrap
to have. Or if you're lucky enough
to have a chubby jacket of skunk
or fox, you'll look like a Hollywood
movie queen at a premiere.
Black and white are basic colors for
formals, but one bright color is a
wise choice. Velveteen and net are
outstanding materials. Skirts are
wide and bouffant, and crinolined if
you can manage it.
Other formal accessories are an-
gora boleros and cardigans with
matching mittens. Silver slippers are
always classic, the heel height de-
pending on your escort.

Is Center of Many Sports Activities

Judicial Group
Has Discipline
Wields Disciplinary Power
Over Campus Women
(Continued from Page 19)
enforcing of rules. Such cases as
do not submit to the President's au-
thority shall be referred at her dis-
cretion to the House Meeting or the
House Executive Committee, if one
exists, or to the Judiciary Council.
Failing to refer such cases, the House
President shall be held responsible
for all conduct in her house.
Quiet Hours. There shall be quiet
hours during the week from 8:30 a.m.
to 11:30 a.m., from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00
p.m., from 7:30to 10:00 p.m., and
after 10:30 p.m., except on Friday
evening, Saturday and Sunday, when
the hours shall be determined by each
house, except that quiet hours must
be maintained after the regular clos-
ing hours.
Closing Hours
All houses must close, and callers
leave the premises at 10:30 p.m., ex-
cept on Friday and Saturday nights
when the hour is 11:30. Sunday clos-
ing hour is 11:00.
Freshmen must be in their houses
of residence each week night at 9:30.
The closing hour for other students
shall be 10:30.
During rushing week, freshmen
may be out until 10:00 p.m.
All engagements terminate at 1:30

o'clock on Friday nights and 12:30
Saturday nights, regardless of the
type of engagement. Sunday night
(Continued on Page 23)

You'll Marvel at our
Y.. Swagger Collection
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Yo u M ar ve a M A~
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T his Fall
Drama Season
Draws Artists
Spring Season Important
In Theatre Season
Hits of the New York stage, Broad-
way actors and often world premieres
of plays are featured at the spring
Dramatic Season held in Ann Arbor
for five weeks of each year.
Founded ten years ago, this Sea-
son was one of the leaders in the
field of festival theatres and with
the annual summer season and the
Play Production offerings given
throughout the year, have made Ann
Arbor the drama center of the mid
west.
Among the leading playwrights
whose works have been seen here
include Ibsen, Chekov, Shakespeare,
Euripides, and among the moderns,
Elmer Rice, Robert Sherwood.,
Famous artists who have taken
part in the Drama Season have been
Aline MacMahon, Nazimova, Pauline
Lord, Russel Hardie, Whitford Kane,
Philip Merivale, Blanche Yurka, Jane
Cowl, Violet Heming, Leontovich,
Gladys Cooper, Violet Kemble-Cooper
and others.

Palmer Field is the center of the women's sports activities. On this
field, women students play tennis, golf, hockey, badminton, archery
and croquet. Gym classes are conducted here during the week, and
the girls who wish to may make use of the equipment and grounds at
any time.

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