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February 19, 1925 - Image 5

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19, 1925





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Deta Gamma, Cli Omega and the
outlaw team came out victorious by
large margins in the first-round games
af the interhouse basketball tourna-
ment which were played yesterday.
g, Deta Gamma overcame the Sigma
' ppa team by a score of 40-2, and
isplayed some excellent team work.
pecial skill was shown by Alma
rouse, '25, and Kathryn Wilson, '26,
n the Delta Gamma forward line.
elta Gamma won the interhouse bas-
etball trophy last year and bids fair
equal its former record.
Chi Omega defeated the team of
ood and Caughey houses by 26-2.
ernice Boyd, '25, and Dorothy Emery,
j5, were distinguished for their work
n the Chi Omega forward line.
Alpha Chi Omega lost to the outlaws
y a score of 41-1. The outlaw team,
hich is selected from those women
hose residence houses have no team,
howed consistent good work in the
aame. Their stars were Mary Jo
3uenting, '26Ed, at right forward and
arltte Wendell, '28, at side center.
Only two more first-round games in
,tbWtournament remain to be played.
o games are scheduled for next week.
It will benefit University wo-
men to come in contact withj
Miss Elizabeth Burchenal, who
j is an authority upon the sub-
ject of folk dancing, having
V studibd the European and Amer-
ican dances at first hand for sev-
years and published more tlianj
six books on the subject.
The material given will be
I valuable to prospective direc-
tors of recreation in summer
camps, schools industries, set- t
4 tlement houses or other social1
Juniors and seniors who have 1
to make up required work in
physical educations may substi-
tute this course for one regular
iseason. All ystuents who takill be ex-
cused from gymnasium classes
during the week of Feb. 24.
Tickets for the course are
dj Inow on ale in Barbour gym-
nasium at $2.50 each.
Prof. H. A. Sanders, of the Latin
ierzprtnment, will speak on the sub-
ject, "How the New Testament was
Transmitted to Us" before the Wo-
man's Society of the Congregational
church in the church parlors on Fri-
day, Feb. 20, at 3 o'clock. All women
interested are invited to hear Profes-
sor Sanders.
The colonial party of the Sarah
Caswell Angell chapter of the Daugi-
ters of the American Revolution which
was to be given this afternoon has
been postponed in deference to Mrs.
Marion L. Burton, who is a member
of the chapter.
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Class basketball captains will be
elected at the regular class practices
which will be held today as follows:
seniors and sophomores at 4 o'clock,
freshmen and juniors at 5 o'clock.
The interclass tournament will open
Mar. 3, according to the decisin2 of
Miss 'Germaine Guiot, director of that
sport. Plans for the tournament were
made at a meeting of the class mana-

Charts Of Point
System Obtainable
A an ( lomenttisade by Jeane
Briggs, '25, chairman of the joint sys-
temn committee, that any persons who
ha1ve no access to the revised chart
may secure a copy from Grace Clark4
in Barbour gymnasiun..
The administration of the point sys-
tem is in the hands of the point sy$-I
team committe c, the judiciary councile
and the Dean of Women. When ac-
tion [as to be taken concerning any
one who has exceeded the 14 points
I permitted under the revised chart,!




The Kappa Phi initiation and ban-!gymnasium. Anyone interested should
(juet will not be held this Friday as report today.
planned on account of the death ofj
iPresident Burton. The (ate will be' nognzdhk o hc tltc
A -n organizedl bike for which athlti
announced later."
_!_-honor points will be given will start
All material for the examination ,t 4 o'clock tomorrow, from Barbour
. .- - vnasium WiiFrhe'r iforma tion is

Junior play chorus rehearsals willj
be held as follows: today, .A and 2 at
4 o'clock, 5 and F at 5 o'clock, 3 at
7:15, BB at 8 o'clock; tomorrow, 4 and
5 at 7:15 B and BB at 8 o'clock; Sat
urday, 5 at 10 o'clock, BB at 11 o'
Measurements for senior caps and.
gowns ame being taken now on the
second floor of Mick's. All seniors
must have their measurements taketr
before March 1.
Portia tryouts for new members

which is to be given for the women'
iwho have completed the Y. W. C. A.
club leaders course will be found in
the reading room of the Y. W. C. A.
at Newberry hall. The examination
will be given any time on Friday or
Saturday morning.
Elective classes in beginning swim-
ming will be held at 4 o'clock Mon-
days and Wednesdays and 4. o'clock,
Tuesdays and Thursdays, in Barbour

posted on the W. A. A. bulletin board
in Barbour gyninasuim.
Sigma Delta Phi will meet at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow at the Sigma Kappa
Archery and hockey awards must be
called for by the end of this week,
at the W. A. A. desk in Barbour

gers Tuesday. On the opening day or
I the tournament the seniors will oppose

the juniors, and the sophomores play.
against the freshmen.
Nine series of games will be played
in the tournament and the winners
will be deterinined upon the percent-
age rather than the eiimination basis.
No class practice will be held next
week because of the folk dance ii-
Visitor Praises
Work Of Physical
Education School
"Increase in the number of major
students of physical education and
progress in the development of na-
tural abilities are the greatest changes
which I have noticed in this depart-
ment," said Miss Meldon Everett, a
member of the physical education do-
partment last year, who is now in Ann
Arbor visiting. The natural move-
ment, she explained, is due to the
more interesting, less strictly formal
method of conducting the work, which
originated in Columbia University. It
began with the substitution of such
courses as clog dancing and natural
dancing for some of the required
academic work, but the new spirit of
enthusiasm, variety and interest is
now evident in the other branches as
Miss Everett also commented upon
the improvement in equipment and
the additional space made possible by
thre use of Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
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such action will be taken by the joint
committee to the judiciary council.
A change has been made in the time
of meeting of the point system com-
mittee. Hereafter the committee will
meet at 3 o'clock every Thursday af-


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day night, at Wesley hall, at a meet-
ing of the Michigan Dames. Miss
Janaki spoke of her home, and con-
trasted it with ether countries.
'.!he next meting of the Michigan
Dames will be held on March 3.
Because of the death of President
Marion L. Burton, the Feb. meeting of
the Ann Arbor branch of the Ameri-
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Feb. 21, has been recalled.

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