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;,THT7RSDAY. ArRTL 2. 1923

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TO CLOSE BASKETBALL
SEASONWITH SPREAD1
The ranual basketball spread will
be held at 6 o'clock tonight at Barbour
~gymnnasium. It is expected that morej
than 260 women wil attend, as the
spread is open to all University wo-
men, regardless of their activity in
athletics.
Special tables will be placed in the
Parlors for. the winners of the house
and class tournaments, the runners-
;p, and for the speakers, Dr. Margaret
3ell, Olive McKay, toastmistress, Mary
13teward, '25, vice-president of the W.
A. A. Adelaide Sherer, '25,, baseball
ianager and Lucille Walsh, '27 track
,mnagder. The guests of honor will
.A e the members of the physical edu-i
' '-tion faculty, Dean Hamilton, Miss
},:Grace Richards, Mrs. Amy H-obart,1
"MVrs.ILouins Brevold and Mrs. Allen
Whitney.
Tfhe Monday rifle class wil meet
-from 3 to 5 o'clock hereafter.

Discuss
Of

Problems
Student Life

WILL INCLUDE RIDING Chpancesr Woe
IN ~THIFIII PAI~IAMn Retail Selling,

A student group mneeting of the 11t n IILL 11IU I IIUUIIEIII
Deans conference to be held tomorrow
at the Union wil meet at 4 o'clock Advanced riding classes wil begin Speaking on the'subject "Retail Sell-
in the Mar tha Cookbulig Rep- next week under- the direction of igOpruiis"Ms olE hm
resentatives from the various dorm at.InHlesnhvlasswl baugh, professor in the department of
itores nd repesetatve fom he Vocational Education, dlelivered the
Women's League, delegates from oth- meet -t 4 o'clock on Monday and Wed- last of the Vocational1 Guidance lec-
er colleges, normal schools, and high! nesday and women who sign up for ;tares yesterday afternoon at Martha
schools wiliattend this meeting to riding are urged to attend Captain Cook.
ask questions and discuss problems' Holmes' lecture at 4 o'clock Monday l"Trhere is plenty of opportunity for
relating to student life. Womeii stu- at Barbour gymnasium. Credit ini college women both in the retail store
dents on the campus interesited in; physical training wil be given only and in the pub~lic schools," said Mrs.
talking over problems and listening to to second semester sophomores. Be-{ Shambaugh. "The majority of buyers
the discussions are invitedl to attend ginning classes in riding will be helda in department stores are women and
the meeting. on Tuesday and Thursday at 3 o'clock' this is roughly speaking, one of the
________________1 and later in the course morning class- best paid jobs that a woman can get.
tThe followving girls will please re- es wil be added to the schedule for' Salaries run all the xvay from $3,000
port at 4 o'clock today at Barbour those who cannot attend in the after-{ to $15,000. There is also opportunity
gymnasium, to Norma Bicknell; noon. Women are urged to sign up in in the field of advertising, and the
Dorothy' Waldo, Mary Van B~uren, the gymnasium Monday. artistic work is well paid.
l Dorothy Ogbor n, Margaret Wilkins, 1 Mrs. Shambaugh stressed school
Mary Lou Miller', Edythe Rhinevault, There will be a special rehearsal of xvwork: as a newer and different phase of
Charlotte O'Brien, Dorothy Krause. the mcmbers of the University' Girl's;j retail work. "This includes work with
Willa Belle Harper andl Marguerite Glee Club wvho are going to Detroit,! sales people," she stated. "Very often
,Ainsworth. If it is imp~ossible to come todlay at 5 o'clock at the School of the sales stores in a small town co-
n-A 99ft-T n oon Music, operate with the superintendent of

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schools and the worker conducts clas- is to get acquinitedl and to makepln
ses in the various stores and also a class for the coming year. Miss Mary Ross
of senior high school students. The and Miss Ruth Deemer, both of the
school workers office is usually at tre Y. XW. C. A., wiil lead the discussion.
,Board of Commerce and most of her
work is dlowni-town. Also, the hoursfln r y Society
ar ____ Qrr'Adds New Patrons!
Miss Zelma Clark, social director of
N T I~PCES2 Martha Cook' building, Prof. Donald
Haines. and Mrs. Haines and Prof.
John L. Brumm and Mrs. Erumm have
__________ accepted invitations to become patrons
and patronesses of Theta Sigma, hon-
Junior xvomen who took part in the orary journalistic society for women.
play and wvho diidlrnot report to Eliza- Pl ans for their reception into thei
'beth Blackwvood last wieek: should do organization will be made at the first
s0 between 4 andl 6 o'clock today( meeting of the society which will be
in the corridor of Barbour gymn as- held after vacation Thursday, April
iron.123, 4t the Alpha Xi Delta house.
The University Girls' Mandolin club
w xill meet at 5 o'clock Friday in New-
berry hall.
fMemb~ers of the worldl fellowship i
rcommittee of the Y. WV. C. A. xwill meet
rat 5i o'clock today at Newvberry hall.
f A chop suey (dinner will be the
_ feature of the meeting of the leader-
ship commission oIf the Y. W. C. A.
whichrxill be held at 5:30 o'clock
today at the Betsy Barbour playroonf.
According to Marion Welles, '28.
-chairman, the purposle of the meeting
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