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October 18, 1922 - Image 5

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IOR W.
ELECT

A. A. TO
OFFICERS

HARTMAN (COLUMBUS, OHIO)
Not in years has the opening of a]
new musical comedy created so much,
interest as has been shown in theI
coming engagement of "Up in the
Clouds," to be sean at the Hartman
theater, Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 20 andl
21, produced under thetpersonal di-
rcection of Joseph M. Gates, who has*
given to the public such well remem-
bered successes as "Three Twins,",
"The Girl of My Dreams," "Take It
from Me," and many others.
The book is by Will Johnstone, the
brilliant author of "Take It from Me,"
who has supplied the cast with scin
ti!lating dialogue and whimsical hum-
or that is only equalled by the charm-
ing music of Tom Johnstone, who has
also furnished several of the catchy i
airs well known to the'ears of the AIm-
erican ,theater going public.
"Up in the Clouds" comes from its
long run at 44th Street theater, New
York, where it scored an emphatic hit.
Intramural Items
Speedball afforded many of yester-
day's Ferry field visitors an enjoy-
able afternoon inspite of cold weath-
er. The play was much mproved over
that shown in the, first round and
every team played a fast, snappy pass-
ing game.
Delta Upsilon went down to their
second defeat at the hands of Alpha
Sigma Phi, by a score of 10 to 7 Sig-
ma Chi won their second straight
game by carrying the ball' off with a
fast rush before the eyes of DeltaI
Sigina Chi, who were on the small
end of a 10 to 3 score.
Delta Tau Delta and Delta Chi had
won a game apiece before they played
yesterday and their game was to de-
termine the probable supremacy, of
their league. Delta Tau, Delta won
the scrap, 6 to 4, after a hard fight.
Only one accident marred the after-
noon. '.Klein,' Varsity baseball star,
receiving a wrenched ankle in the Phi
Sigma Delta-Sinfonia game which was
* won by the former, '8 to 3.I
Phi, Gamma Delta won their game
with Zeta Beta Tau in an easy man-
ner, score 11 to 0. The passing of the,
winners was the surprise of the aft-
ernoon, the losers being outguessed at
times. Kappa Beta Psi pulled out of,
a slump and defeated Theta Chi 6 to 2.
The Intramural athletic. office an-
nounced the following games in the
interfraternity speedball tournament
for this- afternoon:
At 3:30 o'clock-League six, Cygnus
vs; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Xi Phi Phi vs;
Delta Kappa Jpsilon. League 7, Kap-
pa Nu vs. Phi Gamma Delta. At 4:30
o'clock-Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Zeta
Zeta Tau. League eight, Phi Upsilon
vs. Delta Tau'Upsilon; - Phi Chi draws
f, byc.

Won Saturday In
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Organizing and electing officers for
the Junior Women's Athletic associa-
tion will be the purpose of an import-{
ant meeting of the members which is
to be held at 4 o'clock tomorrow af-
ternQon in the middle parlor of Bar-
bour gymnasium, according to Eliza-
beth B Cain, '24, who has charge of
the junior organization. Membership
in the Junior Athletic 'association is
open to all university women who
have less than 100 honor points to
their credit. These women who have
not yet signed'up are urged to attend
the meeting and to join at that time
by paying the membership fee of 25
cents.

COMMISSION ON TYPEWRITERS mann, Dorothy Greenwald, BlancheI
TO GO TO LEAGUE BENEFIT Kynast, Marian Willis, Nanette Carna-
han Elizabeth Lauver, Lorella Hollis,
Demonstrating a portable typewrit- and Dorothy Bishop.
er will be the work of Women's League Marriage of Ex-Student is Announced
representatives all this week at the j Announcement has been made of the
Womens League booth in University marriage of Gladys Belle Gage, ex-
hall. Special arrangements have been 1'25, to Lewis Dibble, of Flint. , The
made with the University representa- marriage took place at the home of
tives of the National Typists' associa- the bride's parents in Flint.
tion for students who are interested
in portable typewriters to leave their PERSONA STATIONERY
names at the booth. The Women 's
League 'will receive a commission on PRINTED OR BLANK
all typewriters sold through itswork-
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Wyvern; junior girls honorary so-.
ciety, initiated fifteen new members
yesterday afternoon at the Pi Beta Phi
house The initiates were Mary Wil-
ey, Elizabeth Cain, Miriam Wicksall,
Hope Hampton, Dorothy Wylie, Velma
Carter, Pamela Brown, Charlotte Er-

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Lieutenant R. L. Maughan, a U. S.
army pilot, secured this coveted tro-
phy by flying at an average rate of
229 miles an hour.
Good typewriters for sale or rent
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