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TU1ESDAT. MARCH '1, 192.5

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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A9THLETIC SPREAD
IVoinen Celebrate End of Baskie,tal
Season; Arouse Spirit for I
Baseball
FACULTY TO PLAY
All Universitv wvomen are invited to
attendI the basketball spread which
will be held at 6 o'clock Thursday in
the parlors of Barbour 'gymna siumn.
Houses are requested to give up their
regular dinner that night in ordler to,
attend the spread in a body. Tickets
must be purchased before tomorrow
noon. They are on sale in Barbour
gymnasium at 65 cents each and will
not be sold elsewhere.
At this spread the championship in
hoth interclass and interhouse bas- I
ketball will be awarded. Olive Me-
Kay, '25, basketball manager for the
W. A. A. will act as toastmistress.
The principal speakers wlil be Dr.
Margaret Bell, director of the physic- j
al education department, Mary Stew-1
art, '25, vice-president of the WV. A. A..
and Adelaide Sherer, '25, W. A. A.
baseball manager.
A special feature of the evening
will be the faculty-student basketball
game. A team composed -of faculty
women of the physical education de-I
ment will play the first half of the
game against the winning team of
the 'interclass tournament; the sec-
ond half they play against the losing
-team of the tournament.

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BASKETBALL TROPHY
Sorority Ilds Cni'iuionslup In Trie
Inlerlioise 'Basketball For
Tw'io Years
E~NDS TOURNAMENT
Delta Gamma will hold the inter-
house basketball trophy for another
year as a result of the finals played
off between their team and that of
Alpha Omicron Pi, yesterday. The
Seore was 20 to 8. in favor of Delta
Gamma. The game was a hard fast
one; Alpha Omicron Pi put up a good
defense but were overcome by the
( decidledly superior teamwork of the
IDelta Gammas. The victors were in
the lead all through the game, gain-
ing about three points to one made
by their opponents.
The line-ups were as follows:
Delta G~amma Alpha Omicron 1
Crouse.......... F... Boorman (Mgr.)
[A. Miller (Mgr.) .. F .... Peckham
IDixon .......... C.......... Lawton
Willson ......... SC.. J. Greenshields
M. Miller ........ G............ Boer
C amp bell ........G .. M. Greenshields
Substitutions: Weiler for M. Green-
shields, M. Greenshields for Boer,
Lawton for Boorman, Boorman for
sLawton.
Gals: Crouse 7, Miller 2, Boorman
GLon 1, Peckhiam 1. Free throws:
Crouse 1,Miller L Boorman 1.
m~ent of physical edlucation acted as
( referee.
or tub(
tailleur I Rifle Team Beats
ecoming Washington State

.. C . PI.Fresents men's league campaign are vr n - -
couragig
Personality Talk Th rn oa o the campaignI
Miss Pearl Maclonald, '38, will be+ units who have gone over the top are:
the third speaker in the series of pr-Newark and~ Wilmington, Del. .167%
sonality talks whchae enggve Monroe, Mich ................. 167%9 Ahen
by the Y. AV. C. A. undler the leader- Grand Rapids, Mich. .......... 11217 tea
ship of Lilian Wetzel, '26. chairmanI Greenville, Mich........100%7o meetingr
oftemeig1omte Girand Haven, Mich. ........... 104% 1 hold in
Iassociation. "Aesthetics in Food" is i hlollanud, Mich .............. ... 158 / try-outsf
to be the subject to be dliscussed at Saginaw, Mich. ....... .. . . . ... 103%01olebate.
themeeingto e eldat :15o'coc Kansas City, Mo ............... 152%j will be gi
th eti to be ieldat4:15uo'clokN. Y. .. ............ 100% a ers will
o~y .~ori ~Philadelphia, Pa ............... 100%,1
Food will be discussed from the and deal
standpoint of health, income, and at- I Labor qit
tractive preparation and methods will! The Social Service club will meet at
be suggested to carry out these points,; the Kappa Alpha Theta at,7:30 o'clock Memnber
A model luncheon table will be setI tonight. Elcetion of officers will take of the Y
for illustrative purposes and will bel place. o'clock to
furnished by the courtesy of Mack!
andl company.
'ALUMNAE CONTRIBUTE TO
WOMEN'S LEAGUE FUND;J,
Miss Daphne Dodds, '18, field secre-
tary of the Women's League, who just
returned from an extended trip ino
tenrhetweeshe visited the4 .
rep~orts that the results of the Wo-

VOTILRS
Dwhich will hold} its regular
at 7 :15 o'clock tonight, will
place of its regular program.,
for the annual Athena-Portia
The try-out speeches which
given by upperclassmen memi
1be three minutes in length
lwith some phase of the Child
questi on.
ers of the finance committee
Y. WV. C. A. will meet at 3
today at Newberry, hail.

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Portia Society

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Pfrepares DJebate: sprin;g and summer fashion mnodes are
shown above in silhouette as they are
At the regular Portia Literary so- exemplified by the leading French
ciety meeting at 7:15 o'clock tonight couturiers. At thme upper left is the
in Angell hall each member of. the ln cr.Oehsol ogac
society will be expected to give a ln cr.Oehsol ogac
two-minute tryout speech on the af-, in the shop windows or at any numberj
firmative side of the following ques- of well dressed women to see how
tion: "Resolved that a national child ' prominent a place the scarf holds in
lbraedetsolbeaotd toa'amdsItiusdaanit-These tryouts are preliminaries to a gral part of frock, ensemble or coat'f
debate in the near future between the' or it may be entirely dletached anidl
Athena and Portia literary societies usdt'ienee otatt h
on the "Child Labor amendment." costume.
_____________________________________ The low circular flounce is placed
t. ______________________ next, the silhouette being slim and t
DISCSS OCATONSstraight to below the knees where the.
DISCSS VCATINS Icircular flounce gives the modish flare.
The godet or inserted fullness (third) -
"Retail Selling Opportunities" may be placed as low as the circular
and "Tea Room Venturing" are flounce or it may be as high as the
l the topics to be discussed at the waist. It may give an extremely be-
tlast of the series of Vocational !ruffled outline or one that seemis as
Guidance lectures which will be slim and straight as t he regulation.
held at 4 :15 o'clock tomorrow.j tube silhouette while miladly is motion-
by Mrs. Noel F. Shambaugh, of ! less, but allows fullness and freedom
by Mrs. Neel F. Shambaugh, of 'I of motion when she walks.
the department of Vocational ( The cape back is frequently featured
Education, and the second by and the wide leather belts (at extrenre
!Mrs. Hugh Cabot, owner of the right) are yonthful and charming with
Cosy Corner Tea room. Mrs.j.
S a b u h wl sp a at M rh'Cook building and M rs. Cabot at E ii
Betsy Barbour house. j li

lhe simple tailored clothc
-rocks.
At the lower left the fittedf
:5 shown, a mode that is be

Easter Cards
Easter Greetings are now on.
display. Make an eariy se-
lection while linen are corn-
plete.
APPLIED ART
2 Nickels Arcade

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ncreasingly popular as the season ado-
vances. Next to the tailleur the popu-
lamr front fullness is placed. This Michigan has won the rifle match
shot in competition with Washington
jmode is popular in coats, dresses and'}
State college by 7 points, according to
suits alike. The melon sleeve is also Ithme return scores received yesterday.
~noticable feature of the new dresses,,
The score was 475 to 468 with 500 as
mhany of which have sleeves close a efc cr o h rn oiin
.itn oteelbow andoeryfullfro By failing to send scores according
clbo~ to wist.to their contract, the Oklahoma Agri-
The jumper frocks or twro piece cultural and Mechanical college has
sports effects and the pleated skir't fredit he!osto ac
(loerrigt)are once rmore wellfrfMtd ic hganwomenisntea.h
liked features of milady's sports wihteMcga wo n'tam
clothes.___________________ ___
BASKE ''BALL SCHIEDULE I~i

An assottment of new slickers
in the popular green and yel-
low shades are priced far be-
low their actual. worth in the
Month-End Sale. A wonder-
ful opportunity at this unusual
price.
DOWN-STAIRS
124 S(I)LYPH AIN

Today
4 :00-Seniors vs. sophomores.
Juniors vs. freshmen.
Thursday
4:00-Seniors vs. freshmen.
Juniors vs. seniors.

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We have an exquisite dis-
play of fresh cut flowers and
plants in our show room.
Phone 115
Cousins & Hall

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Let us take care of your
floral wants.
Read the Want Ads1

NewCoatFashion~s
That flaunt the smnartI youth-
ful front flare-the slender
line's of 1925 at
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