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WVED NESDAY, AR CH 4, 1925

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JUNIORS AND FRESHMAN
VICTORS IN BASKETBAL
SOPRIOMOILIES, SE-HORIS BEATEN'
AS CLASS T'OURNIAIE'NT j
COMMENCES
Victors in the first series of the in-
terclass basketball tournament which

Baroness Leads
Japanese Womenj

was playe( yesterday were the jun-
iors and the freshmen. The juniors
defeated the seniors by a score of 34
to 19. The stars of this game were
Alberta Olson, '26, and Kathryn Will- >
son, '26. The lineup was as follows:;: ;
Seniors Juniors
Crouse F Olson;
Boorman F Ogborn
Boer C Lawless;
Adams S C Willson
King G Clark;
McKay G Barlow
Substitutions: Stewart for Crouse,{
Oblinacher for McKay, Haskins for
Ogborn, Eastcott for Willson, Kent for
Clark, Strauss for Barlow.
Field goals: Crouse 5, Boorman 4,
Olson 14, Ogborn 1. Free throws:
Boorman 1, Olson 1, Haskins 1. I
In a close but less accurate game T, ~rns sioo fTko
the freshmen defeated the sophomores ThBaoesIintofok,!
21 to 19. Eunice Child, '28, andl Alice i leadler of women in changing Ja-
Felke,'27 wee te otstndig pay-an. She paid a visit to this coun-
eske Th, e u ouwsa difollows. ry (luring the past year, studying
es.oheinupFresolo sh. women's activities all over the coun-
Foster. Prerh. try, and expects to return later. Af-
Faoster F Pgarne ter her marriage to Baron Ishimoto
Felse AieltShe and her husband went to work in
Doser C , yParer the fields of Jap~an in1 orde~r to learn
Foseld G C ParkeI rom e)) xpeience what made up the
Fieldo Robnonthlife of the working people.
Johnon 0Robison Now she is planning to carry on an
Substitutions: Alishouse for Mac- exporting business for high grade)
Nally, Finsterwald for Johnson, Childwokdn1)Janse om .Hr
for arke, Paker or Uwort. personal business ventures have been
Field goals: Foster S, MacNally 1~ netkna eosrtoso h
Oghorn 2, Child 4. Free throws: Fos- Uroshitkincs dwhinhareons ftohwe
ter 1, Ogborn 2, Child 7. nWrposiilitmoern w ihpae re oentow.

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Women's League
P l a n s Lecture
The Vocational Guidance commit tee
of the Women's League has arranged
a series of talks on various, vocations
which are to be given at 4 o'clock on
the afternoons of March 11, 18, and
25.
IThese talks are being given for the
benefit of those women who are lit-
ing difficulty in choosing a (aireer.
The women who are to give the lec-
tures are women who have made a
success in their particular field and
are ready to give advice to all under-
graduate women. Interior Decorat-
ing, Journalism, Dramatics, Business
Administration, Salesmanship, andl
opportunities for college women in
the industrial world, including social
service are the subjects to be discuss-
ed.
Olive McKay, '25, is in charge of
these lectures and is being assisted by
Olga Verdelin, '25, Elizabeth Rank, '25,
Juna Mary Barnes, '25, and Judith
Breitenbach, '26.
Two lectures will be given at thre
same time each (lay, but no two which
would probably interest the same wo-
m nen. The speakers and the places
at which these talks are to be given
will b~e announced later.'

C_--__ --_ -speaker at the joint imeeting of the I will leave Barbour gymnasium at 4
TEN WJNMIN CHOSEN FOR11 IK Women's Eduzcational club and Phli. o'clock: Friday. See W. A. A. bulletin,
T R i N o ICE S .rLabda Thecta whaich will be hleldl at' board for further (letails.
E~PRI B F . I[AMN O 'I ES7:30 o'clock this evening- iroo
IXPHT H [I T W ti 14 of the University high school. Mortarboard will meet at 7:30 to-
I nighlt 'at the home of Marianna Small-
C'apt. .IAL .Bi eker, of the R. 0. T. # Junior lplay chorus rehear sals will be' cv 1020 Church. Dues will be col-
Chas announced the definiite selec- Theta Sigma. will meet at 8 o'clock held as follows: 1lected at this time.
tionl of a wompan's rifle team on the tonight at the Kappa Alpha T1heta I Today, 3 at 4 o'clock, 2 at 5 o'-
basi of hei pariciatio in he ouse j(lock, A. B, CID. E, 11, at 7 o'-s Gustave L.. Michaudl of the romance
first series of initercollegiate matches ----J lock; tomorrow. F and A at 4 o'- hngu ige department will give a lec-
which endled Saturday. The women Kappa Phi initiation will be held at clock, B anld BB at 5 o'ctock, 1, 2. 3. 4, ture on "Twenty Years in Costa Rica"
named. togethcr with the scores made; 5 o'clock Friday, March 6, at the 5, 6, at 7 o'clock. at eight o'clock Thursday in mom 203
by each in the prone position are as Methodist church. A Tappan hall. The lecture is under the
-follows : A organizedl hike for honor points auspices of the history department.
Ann 'Wheeler. '26 ... .97 99 1001 Prof. Jospeh R. Hayden of the 1)01- _______________________________________
Lucille Walsh, '27 . . ..96 98 itical scicnce department, will be the
Mary Allshouse, '271d 95
Genevieve Wright,.''55.91 makings of a good team for next)
Frances Huff, '26................year."
GetrdeBeha,'28 .94 97 100 No more regular rifle classes for

Brass Work Sold
To Benefit League
Brass work is being sold by the

Under-graduate campaign committee
for the benefit of the Women's League.
1The work includes candle sticks of
various sizes and different sizedi
bowls which may be used for nuts or
flowers. The candle sticks range
from $1 to $1.75, andI the bowls are
$3.00. This brass work is of the same
" quality which was sold at the WTomen'is
League bazaar last December and

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LANTERN NIGHT PLANS
COMPLETEDAT MUETINGC
Plans for the Lantern Night page-
ant were made at the mieeting of!
freshman women which was held at
5 o'clock, yesterday, in LUniversity
hall. Miss EthelĀ° McCormick opened
the meeting by explaining the pur-'-
pose of the ceremony and the page-
ant. It provides an opportunity fcor
the freshmen to become better ac-
quainted as well as-to develop ability
for leadership ands for dramatics
which should prove "useful to them in{
such activities as Masques, the Jun- I
for play and other campus interests.
Miss Janet Cumnming, who is to di-
rect the dancing of the pageant then:
explained her plans.I
Under the direction of Miss Grace
Richards, the women elected a com-
mittee to organize the pageant with
the help of Dean Jean Hamilton, Dr.
M~argaret Bell, Miss Ethel McCor-'
mick, andl the members of their deC-
partiments. Mary White was elected:,
general chairman, Elizabeth Nutt,
treasurer, Jean Greenshields, Mary L.;
Murray. Katherine Ferguson, Bertha
Ran kin, and Evelyn Pratt, assistants.
The executive board of the WV. A. A.'
will meet at 5 o'clock today in Bar-
bour gymnasium.

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Pances Gorsline, '26 96 99
Mlan rine Jones. '28 . ..94 98 99
T01ea .T~nks. '25 93
E'Isie Nie-b ulso-n, '27 . . 88 89
According t~o Capltain Bricker the
women have shown great improve-
ment (luring these three weeks. The l
women have (cle most of their shoot-
ing in the prone position and in this
their scores excel those of the men's
rifle squad,. but in the sitting position,
which they began to use last week,
the women have not yet reached the
men's ability. In commenting on the
team selectedl the coach said, "They
have been chosen for their loyalty and
their skill. Since so many of them are
not senliors we will also have the
was popular and sold readily. Exhi-
bitions will be made before thewo
w-men's clubs of Ann Arbor, at bridge
Ilparties and teas. Anyone interested
in p~urchasing or in seeing the brass
may call Margaret Beal, '25.
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Phone 1 390-
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T0O ORROW
(4:15 P. M.-Freslimen vs. Jun-
iors.
Seniors vs. sophomores..
Do Presidential Inaugura-
tions Influence Feminine
Dress ?
Perhiapls iot, yet t he couiserva.
five n1ote ii President Coolidge'm
policies finds a parallel in the
conxservaltive lines ini sports and
formial costumnie.
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Consulting Costumer
222 Nickels Arcade
Phone 30;9-W

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BASKEFTBALL SCHEDULIE

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TOD)AY
4:00 P. M.-Delta Gammia
Clhi Omega.
Westminister vs. Pi Beta
5:00 P. M.-Betsy Barbour
Mlartha Cook.
Alpha Omicron Pi vs.i
laws.

Phi.
rvs.
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women will be held this year.
No matches are being shot this
week' but the team is devoting the
time to preparation for the matchl
with M. A. C. next week which will in-
elude four positions.

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its sportslike plaid Cash-
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mannish lines with patch
pocket and notched col-
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