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DAY, JANUARY 22, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Coast Girl, Still In Her Teens, Is Star
Of 1923 In Tennis; Lenglen Still Reigns
(By Norman I. Brown)--.-
Miss Helen Wills, a sturdy miss still-
in her teens, stands out as the star of
te 1923 tennis season.
True, Mlle. Suzanne Lenglen, French'
wizardess, proved herself queen of the.
tennis world by her masterful play iny
the British tourney-considered the
blue ribbon event of the net game.'And
Big Bill Tilden carried America to
victory in the Davis Cup matches aft-r { t
er again grabbing the national chem-

CURHT TEAMS WILL
PLAY SECRO ONDRU
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Interest in the inter-house basket-
ball tournament is at fever heat this
week as every team surviving the first
round of.the tourney will be given the
chance of fighting its way to the topt
of the list and entering the battle for.
campus championship'
The various house teams are in su-
perb condition for the crucial en-
counter which will be played off at 4.
o'clock today and Thursday in Bar-'

will substitute for the Deleta ~Dta
Delta six. Dorothy Launer, Marguer
ito Ainsworth and Helen Delbridge
will substitute for their opponents.
The remaining games to be played
in the second round of the tourney
will be played off Thursday in Bar-
hour gymnasium.

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Mortorboard Ives Breakfast
Mortarboard, senior honorary socie-
ty, entertained at breakfast Sunday
at Martha Cook building, in honor of
Miss Luella Galliver, '23, who is the
sectional advisor of Mortarboard. Miss
Galliver was in the city to inspect the
Michigan chapter. Recommendations
were made to the effect that the sec-
tional convention of Mortarboard be
held in Ann Arbor in February.
Will Entertain at Tea

A TNew Pattern~

SAMPLES

But above these achievements standst
out-the startling play of this California
maiden.
That she was destined to take her
place in the tennis sun was indicated
in 1922 when she met Mrs. MollaI
Bjurstedt, veteran title holder, in the
national tourney. Miss Wills lost toI
the Norwegian star, tiring before the
masterful driving and back court play
of the latter. But her finished play and
her courage flashed the news to the
world that she was on her way to the
top.
This last summer she met Mrs. Mal-
lory in the finals for the national title
and won in two straight sets. Mrs.
Mallory was favored by most experts,
to win again because of her experience,
.strength and terrific style of play. Missy
Wills not only defeated her but liter-!
ally outclassed her. Before the accur-
ate placing and bewildering cross fire
of the coast girl Mrs. Mollary went
down to quick defeat.
Her work stamps her as America's
hope next year in the British classic.
If she holds the form she displayed
last season she should give Mlle. Leng-
len real opposition if the French star
is still in the game. Illness several

bour gymnasium. Delta Delta Delta
will face Pi Beta Phi today and will
be followed by two more significant
games when Zeta Alpha battles with
Kappa Alpha Theta and Kappa Kappa
Gamma will meet Delta Gamma.
Following is the line up for the first:
games of the afternoon:

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Miss Katherine Chamberlain will
be the hostess at the tea for the Grad-
uate women student from 4 to 5 o'clock

Permanently cn Display at
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
8I6 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, lWicb.
Designed by
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lDeta Delta Delta Pi Beta Phi today at Betsy Barbour house. Tea
T. Wiegand......L.F......1-. Roberts will be served at the same time on
F. Foster........R.F..:.. M. Stewart Tuesdays during examinations and the
V. Tribitcock .. . . C...........C. Paull graduate women are invited to at--j
M. Statzer ...... S.C.. .....E. Launer tend.
E. Schuler.......L.G.......0. McKay
M. M. Miller .... R.G...... R. Searight Alumnus Made Professor at Kentucky
Entertain at Sleighrid James Lee McGregor, '22, has been
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, and Mrs. named as professor of history and po-
Nelson, entertained the members of litical science at the University of
Comedy club with a sleighride last eve- Kentucky. McGregor was formerly an
ning. Following the sleighride the assistant to Prof. fldarh R. Turner
party was invited to the Nelson home. of the history department at the Uni-
Thelma Raymond and Lucille Groff versity.

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Bill Tilden, Suzanne Lengl

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times has threatened to end Suzanne's fort. Willie Hunter, another Americ-1
career. She has hef tae world's an star, was runner-up. It took John-E
championship title for five consecutive i ston to eliminate young Vincent Rich-
years. ards, whose playing through the sea--
While Tilden was the oustanding son and in the Davis matches was in-
star at home Bill Johnston carried the dicative of his class as a tournament
American colors to glory abroad. He player. Richards is one of the young-
won the men's section of the Wim- er players on whose shoulders will fall
bleton classic after a three-year ef- the burden of defending the Davis cup

len, center. and Helen Wills
when Tilden, Washburn, Williams and
other vets are done.

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line of

LAST TIMES TODAY
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Copies of the Bok peace plan are in,
the office of the dean of women and
will be given to University women
upon request.
Women who expect credit in phys-
ical education this semester must takeF
a vpostureaexamination during the
week of Jan. 21, in Barbour gymnas-l
sum.
Members of Sigma Delta Phi will
meet at 12:30 o'clock Thursday to
have their ictro' taken for the Mich-
iganensian.1
All'-wcnen who are taking rent or
walking for their gymnasium work
are requested to report to Dr. Belli
sometime before the end of this week.
The University Girls' Glee club
will meet at 4:30 o'clock today in the
parlors of Barbour gymnasium. 1
Kappa Phi will hold a sleigh ride
tomorrow night. Those who wish to
join the party are requested to call
2975-W.
Pi Lambda Theta will not meet to-
morrow. There will be a meeting at
7:30 o'clock the first Wednesday of
the new semester.
Athena Literary society will hold its
election of officers at 7:15 o'clock to-
night in the Alpha Nu room of Uni-
versity hall.
Any houses which would like blue- I
books to sell are requested to call l
Margaret Dixon, 452.1
New Members of Masques to Meet
New members of Masques Dramatic
society will meet at 5 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in Newberry hall. Prof.
J. Raleigh Nelson, of the English de-
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Like to drink malted milks?
Sure thing, Old Top! :
Then why not eat 'em--
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contain no cane or beet sugar
Safe for Athletes in Traininq

partment and director of Masques' ac- kteiiQjn
tivities will explain the ideals of the ( ,eathemr .
society at this time and slso outline FRtsupetb VENUS out-rivals
the plans for the work of the society all for perfect pencil work.
during the second semester. Dues may 17 black degrees-3 copying.
also be paid at this time. American Lead
Pepxcil Co.
Dean Hailton Addrcesses Clubs 220 FfthAve.
Dean Jean Hamilton spoke yester-
day before a combined meeting of the
Michigan Alumnae association and the
Business Women's club of Jackson on
the subject of "What the Woman of To-;e o
day Owes to the Future."
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