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THE " fICHIGANA I AILY

Concentrated Short Courses ir Sports, Dancing
Open Tomorrow for Non-University Women
V-

Instruction Offered
By Staff Members

Concentrated short courses in
sports and dancing, under the direc-
tion of the Women's Physical Edu-
cation Department, will. open tomor-
row for all women not enrolled in
the sumnmer session.
Registration for the program may
be made through the University EX-

tension Service in Rm. 107, Haven
Hall. A small fee should be paid
at registration. Enrollment in speeific
classes is handled at Office 15, Bar-
bour Gym.
Courses Will Be Concentrated
Courses of three to four weeks
will be offered in elementary and
intermediate golf, swimming, tennis,
badminton, dance, body conditioning,
and riding. Competent instruction
will be provided by members of the

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regular department staff, including
Josephine Yantis, Corinne Crogen,
and Marjorie Cowden.
Transportation to and from the
stables will be furnished all riders
and all essential equipment for other
classess may be rented for a nominal
fee from the department. Medical
permits must be obtained at Health
Service for all participation.
Part of Overall Program
The new program, available
through the Extension Service, is a
part of the extensive recreational
program sponsored by the depart-
ment for women enrolled in the sum-
mer sessions. Headed by Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, chairman of the depart-
ment, the overall program includes
six week courses in sports and dance,
as well as classes in American
country dancing at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
days and ballroom dancing at 7:30
p.m. Tuesdays at the League.
In addition to group athletics, the
department also offers counseling
service for outings: Advice on where
to go is furnished and outing bags,
containing horseshoes, equipment for
roasts and picnics, and other outdoor
activities may be obtained for a
nominal fee. A limited number of
golf sets are -also available in Office
15, Barbour Gym for individual use.
Further information on all courses
may be received at Office 15, Barbour
Gym.

Qolf Match Had'
Unusual Touch,
There was a sentimental story be-
hind the scene of the National
Womens Collegiate Golf Champion-
ship playoff at* Columbus, Ohio last
week.
No one looks for tenderness on a
golf course, so few persons knew of
the unusual kind of rivalry between
round-faced little Phyllis Otto of
Northwestern University and hard-
driving Dorothy Germain of Beaver
College.
Phyllis, the current western
titlist from Atlanta, Ia., tapped her
payofq putt on the 17th green, giv-
ing her a 2 to 1 edge over her
opponent.
For the out nine, the match looked
to be an easy victory for the slam-
ming Dorothy-that is until the No.
7 hole. Phyllis 'curled home a 15
foot putt giving her a badly needed
half.
Dropping that one putt gave
Phyllis a confidence dividend as
well. By copping the next three
holes, she enthroned herself as the
1946 National Women's Collegiate
Champion.
But the man behind the scene was
Jack Germain, brother of the tourna-
ment favorite. Jack's emotions took
a beating far worse than that of his
sister, because after the match he
found himself in the complex situa-
tion of having to console his defeated
sister while he congratulated his fi-
ancee. Phyllis Otto will become the
bride of Jack Germain this fall.

According to Mrs. Elsie Fuller of
the Office of the Dean of Women,
more than 200 undergraduate women
registered for dormitory assignments
for the summer session.,
Undergraduates are housed in
Jordan Hall. Mosher, University
House, Helen Newberry and Betsy
Barbour are open for graduate
women.

Dorms House 200

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The engagement of Eda Mae.
Krumrei to William D. Alexis has
been announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Krumrei of Whitmore
Lake. Mr. Alexis is the -son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. K. Alexis of Akron, Ohio,
and is a student in the University
Engineering School. Miss Krumrei
is a student nurse at University Hos-
pital. August 3 has been set for the
wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin G. Kim of
Birmingham recently announced the
marriage of their daughter, Nancy,
to William Hutchins, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carleton Hutchins of Sagutuck.
Mrs. Hutchins was affiliated with
Alpha Phi. They were married May

18 in St. Andrews Episcopal Church,
Birmingham.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Baxter of
Grosse Pointe recently announced
the, engagement of their daughter,
Barbara, to Jake Beers, son of Mrs.
Julius Beers of Traverse City.
Miss Baxter is a senior in the liter-
ary college and is a member of Alpha
Phi. Mr. Beers graduated from the
literary college in February and was
affiliated with Beta Theta Pi. No
definite wedding date has been set.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer B. Stein of
Toledo recently announced the en-
gagement of theid daughter, Lolita,
to Dr. Myron Fink, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Fink of Toledo.

Miss Stein was enrolled in the lit-
erary college and is a member of
Sigma Delta Tau. Dr. Fink is a
resident physician at the University
hospital. The wedding date has been
set for August 11.
*. * *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hecht of
Shaker Heights, Ohio, recently an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Laura, to Marvin Rosen-
field, son of Mr. William J. Rosen-
field of Cleveland.
Miss Hecht is a senior in the liter-
ary college and is affiliated with
Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mr. Rosenfleld
is attending Western -Reserve Uni-
versity. The wedding will take place
in September.

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and picnic supper Sunday,. meeting
at the Student Center, 1511 Wash-
tenaw, at 2:00 p.m.
First Congregational Church, State
and Williams Streets. Rev. Leonard
A. Parr, D.D.
10:45 a.m. Public worship. Dr. Parr
will speak on "Whoso would be a
man must be a nonconformist."
(Emerson).
4:30 p.m. Congregational Disciples

Student Guild picnic supper and wor-
ship at West Park.
Michigan Christian Fellowship:
Sunday, July 21, at 4:30 in Lane
Hall, Miss Dorothy J. Yount will
present a review of the book, "Sci-
entific Rationalism and the Christian
Faith." Immediately following this,
Dr. R. R. Brown of the First BaptistI
Church, Monroe, Michigan, will;
speak. Both members and non-mem-
bers of Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship are cordially invited.1

Memorial Christian Ciurch (Dis-
ciples of Christ):
Morning worship 10:50. Rev. Mr.
Earl Harris, guest minister, will de-
liver the morning message.
The Congregational-Disciples Guild
will meet at the Guild House (438
Maynard) at 4:30 p.m. this evening
and go in a group to West Park for
an evening of recreation, singing,
supper, and worship. Will finish at
6:45.'

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