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Alice Evans
The Michigan Alumnus 78-83

Alice Evans, who comes to the University as Director of Physical Edu
cation, was born in 1883 in Chicago, 111. In 1905 she was graduated from
 Smith College, and in 1912 from the Department of Hygiene of Wellesley
 College. For the four years following her graduation from Smith College, 
 Miss Evans conducted classes in Hull House, Chicago, and after leaving
 Wellesley in 1912 she taught in the Milwaukee Downer Seminary until 
called to the University. The summers of 1913 and 1914 she spent in a 
girls' camp in Algonquin Park, Canada.