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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1942

Body Streamlining-The Coed Way

* * *
Coeds Neglect
Athletics Here
Physical Education Head
Urges Greater Activity
With scarcely one-seventh of the
700 women enrolled for the summer
term taking advantage of the many
athletic and recreational facilities of
the University, Dr. Margaret Bell,
chairman of the Department of Phys-
ical Education for Women, again in-
vited all coeds to join the sports and
dancing program.
Among the activities scheduled for
the near future, is a mixed picnic to
be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, at
the fireplace by the Women's Athlet-
ic Building. All women are invited
to come to the picnic with or with-
out dates.
Also scheduled to start in a short
time are the summer golf and tennis
tournaments. For those interested,
there will be golf and tennis instruc-
tion throughout the summer.
Ins.truction in archery, badminton,
body conditioning, dancing, hiking,
bicycling, recreational leadership and
swimming will also be given.

Highlights
On Qmpiis ...
Graduate Outing
Club To Meet
Since none of the present officers
of the Graduate Outing Club will be
in Ann Arbor during the Summer
Session, a special organizational
meeting has been called for 2:30 p.m.
today to be held in the group's
clubroom in the Rackham Building.
Whether or not summer activities
will be carried on depends on the re-
sponse to this call. It is important,
therefore, for those graduate stu-
dents who want the club to carry
on to be present.
If those attending the meeting are
interested, an afternoon hike will
follow the business session. Supper
will be served either outdoors or in
the clubroom depending on the wea-
ther and, again, on the wishes of
the members.
Avukah To Hold
Communal Supper
Beginning an active summer pro-
gram, Avukah, student Zionist or-
ganization, will hold a communal
supper at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
Hillel Foundation,
The evening will include the meal,
prepared by students and served at
cost, the singing of Hebrew songs,
and a brief talk. Guests may then
mingle or study for the rest of the
evening,
All members of Avukah and per-
sons interested in its activities are
invited. Reservations may be made
by contacting Netta Siegel, 2-2868,
or Dave Crohn, 3379.
* * * -
Crawford Naamed
To Ordnance Board
Dean Ivan C. Crawford, head of the'
Engineering College, has been ap-
pointed to a position on the advisory
board of the military training serv-
ice of the Army ordnance department,
it was announced yesterday.
This Board has the responsibility
of training the 14,000 newly com-
missioned officers and enlisted men
receiving instruction at the proving
grounds at Aberdeen, Md. Dean
Crawford will remain in Ann Arbor
in his present teaching and admin-
istrative position at the University.
* * *

Radio Course
Is Offered To
U.S En ineers
Electrical Engineering graduates,
with commissions in the Army Sig-
nal Corps will return to the campus
tomorrow to commence an intensive
12-week course in ultra-high fre-
quency from Prof. Lewis N. Holland,
of the electrical engineering depart-
ment.
Purpose of the course is to train
electrical engineers of the Signal
Corps in radio location work for the
Army. Courses in this field are be-
ing given in over 40 colleges and
universities throughout the United
States at the present time to supply
the number of trained technicians
which the Army is needing.
Not new to the campus, the course
was offered to students during the
past semester by Professor Holland.
In the present intensive course, how-
ever, only commissioned officers as-
signed by the Army for this train-
ing, will be enrolled. The officers
will concentrate entirely upon this
field of study and will take no other
than the intensive radio course.
Most of the Army men assigned to
Ann Arbor for the training will be
graduates of the University of Michi-
gan.
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informal smoker with physical train-
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lounge of Michigan House at 9 p.m.
today.
Attending the smoker, which is the
first of several planned for the sum-
mer, will be more than 20 coaches
and other heads of the training pro-
gram. Among the coaches who will
be present are Fielding H. Yost,
'Fritz' Crisler, Ken Doherty, Ray
Fisher, Leroy Weir, Ernie McCoy,
Wally Weber, and numerous other
muscle-builders.
During the evening movies of re-
cent outstanding sports events will
be shown, followed by group singing
led by J. Medcalf, instructor in mu-
sic at the University of Arkansas,
who is attending the University this
summer.
Champion Birlers
To Meet In Final
Battle For Crown
GLADSTONE, Mich., June 20-(A)
-Husky lumberjacks, adept at the
art of birling, will compete here on
July 3, 4 and 5 for the world's log-
rolling championship in which may
be the last contest until after the
war.
From the lumber regions of the
Great Lakes states and the Pacific
Northwest more than a score of
birlers are entered in the roleo, won
last year by Jimmie Herron, of Kel-
so, Wash.
Also competing for the title of
"King of the White Waters" will be
Joe Connor of Cloquet, Minn., 1937
champion.
Even the girls will have their day.
Mary Jean Malott of Cornell, Wis.,
who won the women's title in 1941,
will birl against Arbutus Wilson of
Ladysmith, Wis., Bette Berkley of
Longview, Wash., and Genevievej
Gauthier of Kelso, Wash.
Birling originated in the days
when logs were floated in the spring
drives down the rivers to sawmill
towns. When lumberjacks finished
their day's work they would stager
impromptu contests for amusement
of the crews.t
In 1898, the first world champion-
ship log-rolling match was held dur-
ing the Lumbermen's Exposition in
Omaha, Neb. It was won by Tom
Fleming of Eau Claire, Wis.
Greshain To Preach
Rev. Perry Gresham, of the Uni-
versity Christian church at Fort
Worth, Tex., will be the guest
preacher at the Memorial Christian
Church here at 10:45 a.m. today.

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Betty Newman Chosen
Women's Judiciary Head
Betty Newman, '43, has been ap-
pointed head of Women's Judiciary
Council until the beginning of the
eight week Summer Session. She
filled this office during the eight
week session last year. Miss Newman
is president of Assembly, a member
of Senior Society and Mortarboard
and has served on the League Coun-
cil and Judiciary during the past
two years.
Student Musicians
Are Invited To Play
In Civic Orchestra
Student instrumentalists are in-
vited to participate in the newly-
announced summer program of the
Ann Arbor Civic Orchestra, accord-
ing to business manager Prof. Phil-
lip Potts of the engineering college.
Requirements assume suitable pro-
ficiency and previous experience in
orchestra playing, with assurance of
reasonable faithfulness of attend,
ance. Openings are especially noted
in the string sections.
Students interested in joining the
50-player orchestra should report to
Mr. Silfies at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at
the city high school on State Street.

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