P.i AR'...A.C1 'I L~tfA L !l
Indian To Teach Sports'
MEMBERS OF Y'.W.C.- A.
Mortarboar'd members will meet at
12:10 o'clock Friday at Dey's studio
to have their picture taken for the
SGirls Reserve leadiers will meet at
~7 o'clock this evening at Newberry
'hall. A brief but important business
session will be followed by a reportl
-oi the granting of certificates for the
course. Every member is urged to at-
tend, as this is the next to the final
Freshmen who have earned 100 Mhon-
or points may pay the 75~ cent dues of
th~e senior WV. A. A. to a representative
ofthe association, at 8 o'clock
tonight in Barbour gymnasiumi.
The dues for former mem~bers
o~f. the junior organization are 50
Masques will hold tryouts from 3 to
5o'clock today in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall. All members are asked to
attend the try'outs.
Problems of interest both to i tul.
versity wromen and industrial wermen
were discussed at the fixV. inecting of
the Y.W.C.A. group for diseto i,n oL
industrial 'problemsA. "industrial
iFacts", a pamphlet' by Kirby Pg
was adopted 4s the basis of future,
discussions. This pamphlet wil be
used at the next meeting of the
Arrangements are being completed
for the industrial group of Detroit to
be entertained here soon. This will
be the second joint meeting to be ?hell.
as the University group was enter-
tamed in. Detroit in December. Au yf
woman who is particularly interested
in these subjects is invited to join the
group which has been formed.
WOMJEN GAIN HONOR PINT ~S
yFOB S ,iA NG AND SIKIN-S
Honor points for skating or splint +
}may, be earned for the Women's Ath-
letic association. Ten points are
awarded for four periods of either
sport taken for the minimum of an
hour on four different dlays within
two weeks. Although the points must,
be earned within two weeks, the min-
imum time is necessarily four days.
More than one hour spent in a single
day counts only as one period.
Alumni to Hear Ch~tiacfer Judge
William Judson Bibby, industrial
psychologist and character analyst of
note, will address the University of
Michigan club of Detroit at 12:15 this
noon at a luncheoni on the Hotel Tul-
ler roof in Detroit. His, subject will
be "Guaging Men at Sight."' Mr. Kib-
by, a prominent lecturer and author,
is described by the New York Times
as being "ungrudgingly recognized as
the greatest character analyst in Am-
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Fresh Shipment of
Because of the Irene Castle per-
formance, Portia Literary society will
not meet" this evening. The po
gram for this week will be postponed
~ until next week.I
~,Members of Mummners will meet at
'five o'clock today at Dey's studio
~to have their picture taken for, the
Members of the Freslknan Girls'
Glee 'club will mreet at 7: o'clock to-
night at: Barbour gymnasium.
DATE SET FOR WOMENi TO
TARE 1." STRE EXAX 'IATIO :
posture examinations for all women~
taking' the required work in the de-
partment of physical educatioa wil l_
be given during the week 'beginningl
'Jan. 22. Appointments for the exam j
i nations are being made this week and&
those women wvho have not signed
uring their gymnasium classes are,
Tequested to do so as soon as possible
in the office of Barbour gymniasium.!,
Where will be no gymnasium , classesf
_Vhile' the posture examnations archl
League Houise Entetains Dehin
Dean Jean Hamilton was the din-
Tie guest Tu~esday night of the resl-
dbsof tihe McClinton house, 836 Eastj
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Milss Eleanor Itouk
Miss.DMe"'nor HIouk, a pretty full-blooded Blackfoot squaw, who is a
student* at .the tjniversity of-Oregon. She .is 'enrolled in the school of physi-t
Cal edu~cation End expects to return to her people to teach Indian girls
American:.ganmes antl sports. Miss Houk is twenty-two years old and is a
graduate of the Chemawa Indian School..
After the show
in for a cup of
SLEAGUE DIRECTORS TO GIVE Due to this party, there will
PARTY FOR REPRESENTATIVES i rular league party on Friday
The $oardl of Representatives -of the
Womenz's LeagUe will be entertained at! Marriage Is Announced
a party to be given by the Board o Announcement has been made
b)irectoks . f the League from 4 to,~ marriage of ?Miss Marian DePuj
o'clock"Friday afternoon in_ Barbou:1 r!Ar. James Rose, Jr., both of An:
gymnasium. The purpose of,,thie par- bG'. The ceremony was perfi
t~y is to foster a closer spirit between last Sunday evening at the. ho?
thie two .boards. Dean SJean Hamilton Rev. Francis Cuthbert.
and Frances Ames, '23, president :o
the Women's League, will speak dur-l New Tus:edo Suits for Rental.
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Arcade - "Kiickc In," a Georg e
Fitzmaurice produc'tion, star-
Sring Betty Compson.. Bert Ly-
tell and May Murray ; comedy
and news feature.
Majestic-Jackie Coogan" in "01i-
ver Twist;" Educational.6im-
edy, "Blazes;" and sport re-'
Orpheum -, William Duncan In
"When Danger Smiles;" and
Wuerth---Irene Castle in "Slita
Shoulders;" (coniedy and news.
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Hav~ing your clothes Master Cleaned
means looping your best over a longer
,period, at, the same cost as inferior
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not he toos much emphasized! The
fan adds a certain touch of finesse that
makes or mars the 'effect , of the cos-
tunic and hence it is that Milady must
exert great care "in selecting a, fan that
matches' or: harmonizes with her gowvn.
The milliniery section is making ,a spec-
ialyof ostrich 'feather fans and the
girl who is particular about the appear-
.ance of. her, f-hrop, or formal party cos-
tume will bring, .a sample of her frock~
to that department and tape advantage
of the special service which H~'ill supply
her with a fans in the exact, shade shle
can most effectively carry. . The price
too, is 'a special feature '-- $10.00,
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