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ANNOUNCE SCORES
OF HOCKEY GAMES

Betsy Barbour Vs. Martha Cook
kappa Delta Vs. Alpha Phi
Enter Final Games

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FORMER WINNERS LOSE
In the intramural hockey games
played this week, Martha Cook de-
feated Zeta Tau Alpha 6 to 0; Betsy
Barbour, Kappa Kappa Gamma 3 to
0; and Delta Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta
10 to 0. Also as a result of the Kappa
Alpha Theta-Alpha Phi game, Alpha
Phi was victorious, .the final score be-
ing 3 to 1. Helen Rutherford, '28,
and Helen Hawkins, 2S, made the
goals for Alpha Phi, while Selma
Alexander, '27, scored for Kappa Al-
pha Theta.
The other game, played between
Kappa Delta and Delta Zeta, proved
a hard battle for both teams, in spite
of the kfact that Kappa Delta was lack-
ing some players. It was not until
the last quarter that Margaret Mc-
Nally, '27, could score the two goals
resulting in victory for the Kappa.
Delta team. Alpha Xi Delta was
scheduled to play Betsy Barbour, but
the former's team defaulted. This
now leaves only two more games to
be played before the finals; they will
be between Betsy Barbour and Martha
Cook, and Kappa Delta and Alpha Phi.
The lineups of Friday's games were:
Kappa Delta Alpha Phi
........... L.W. Rutherford '28
M. McNally '27 L.I.. H. Hawkins '28
E. Ogborn '28 ..C F. F. Dunnewind '271
Van de Water '29 R.I... H. Richards '29
N. Clarke '26 .R.W. M. Loomis '29
D. Ogborn '26 .. L.H.. M. Plant grad.
Townsend grad. C.H.. G. Schultz 129
......R.H. J. Trembley '28
G. Aubrey '27 ..L.F.... H. Dively '26
J. White '28 .. R.F.. F. Holmes '291
D. Waldo, '26' ..G... F. Robinson '26
Kappa Alpha Delta Zeta
Theta
M. Widman '28 .L.W.. E. Cronin '28
M. Seaman '27 . .L.I..... C. Lake '28
F. Wolfe '27 .....C.F... N. Beutler '27
V. Fox '27 ......R.I.....D. Zingg '28
S. Alexander '27 R.W... E. Horny '26
E. Olmacher '25 L.H... D. Nickols '29
E. Balz '28 .... C.H... D. McNeill '26
H. Kempf '28 ..R.H... M. Woolfit '27
V. Burke '26 .... L.F. F. Hinckley '26
E. Tompkins '26 R.F....F. Lake '28r
L. Murray '29 ...G.....J. Currie '29
Substitutions: Kappa Delta, Russell
for Waldo and Waldo to left wing;
Delta Zeta, Matthews for F. Lake and
F. Lake for Hinkley:
The Kappa Kappa Gamma-Betsy
Barbour game occasioned a great deal
of interest on the part of hockey lov-
ers. Both of these teams have met
in the finals for the past two years,
Kappa Kappa Gamma winning the
first time and Betsy Barbour the sec-
ond.

Ask Chairmen To I Y. W.C.A. Sponsot
Watch Eligibility CoFo
CourseFor
Women are, unconsciously causing!
an undue amount of work to mem- Under the auspices of the Univer-
hers of the point committee by their sity Y. W. C. A. a course in club lead-
failure to follow the proper proced- ership, similar to those offered by the
ure in making up membership and same group during the last fewv years,
committee lists. will be given during the next fivet
The head of an activity or the chair- weeks. The first meeting of the group 1
man of a committee should make up will be at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday in the;
her tentative committee, secure the Upper room at Lane hall. Each as-!
eligibility lists in triplicate from the sembly will be under the direction of1
office of the dean (A women, file out, a different leader. Thus far, the pro-t
and leave them in the office of the gram arranged is as follows: t
dean of women for checking as to First week, Tuesday, Nov. 10th, Miss
grades and activities points. Two Ethel McCormick of the physical edu
copies are sent to Joseph A. Bursley, cation department will speak uponr
Dean of Students, who, as chairman "Adolescent Psychology" and Mrs.!
of the eligibility committee, approves Louis Bredvold upon "Recreation".
the lists and mails one copy to the Second week, Mrs. K. C. Custer, di-
chairman who submitted it. It is rector of Campfire Girls' work in Ann
only after receiving the approved list Arbor will conduct the meeting upon
from Dean Bursley that a chairman "Programs and Program Planning".
should give names to the point sys- This course in planning programs will
tom reporter for recording on the extend over two weeks, programs for
point system cards. And it is only a year's work being discussed the
after receiving the approved list from first week and specific entertainments,
Dean Bursley that any chairman the second. The last half of these
should give names to The Daily. meetings will be devoted to instruc-
Unless the point system is an ef- tion in handcraft and basket-weaving.
ficient mechanism accurately present- Fourth week, Miss Fay Frazier, who
ing a woman's record it has no value is at the head of Girl Reserve workI
at all. In' June of last year it was in Detroit will open the study of girl's
held that Michigan had the most rep organization by an address on "Girl
resentative, best organized point sys- Reserves". At this same meting rep-
tem of any University in the United resentatives from the thre girls or-
States. Only more care on the part ganizations in Ann Arbor, the Camp-
of the women who head activities will fire Girls, Girl Scouts, and Girl Re-
keep up this enviable standing.~
Announcement has been made of
until 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon theo engagement of Elizabeth Beck-
in Barbour gymnasium. with, '27, to George A. Alderton, '28L.
Miss Beckwith is a member of Col-
Thero will be a regular meeting of legiate Sorosis.
the University Girls' Glee club at 4:30
o'clock Tuesday at the School of Want a room? Read Page Seven
Music. and use the Classified columns.-Adv.

rs Leadership Mr. Pettibone To
College Women'!Conduct Fencing
iMore than 25 women have signed
serves will be present to give reports up for the fencing class which will beI
of their activities here. 1eld at 4 o'clock Thursdays and at 10!
The program for the fifth week has o'clock Tursday and tr10
not yet been arrangedl. 1 o'clock Saturdays, under the instruc-
All women interested in electing tion of Milton Pettibone, of the physi-
this course may do so at Newberry cal education department. The first
hall in the office of the secretary of meeting of the class was scheduled
the Y. W. C. A. for 10 o'clock yesterday, when Mr. Pet-
_ _-- tibone gave demonstration and prac-
ROME.-- Curzio Suckert, editor of tice in fencing to some of the mem-
the Fascist paper Conquista, and Pie- bees of the class. Next Thursday all
tro Nenni, director of the Avanti, members of the class are expected to
fought a duel today. come provided with fencing costumes.
Women from all colleges of the Uni-
DISMARCK, N. D.-Gov. A. G. Sarle versity are invited to join the class.
today called a special election for
June 30, to select a successor to the For every article for sale, there is
late Sen. E. F. Ladd. a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

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The following women were recent- snap editor; and Marion Anderson,
ly chosen officers of the Betsy Bar- '28, joke editor.
bour annual: Judith Breitenbach, '26,
editor-in-chief; Louisa Butler, '28, lit- Will the woman who acted as score-
erary editor; Leah Hazard, '27Ed, keeper at the interclass hockey games
business editor; Dorothy Swartout, last Saturday morning at Palmer field
'28, art editor; Esther Graham, '27, get in touch with Irene Field, '27, at
athletic editor; Madelyn Dankers, '28, - once.

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NOTICES

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* The world fellowship committee
the Y. W. C. A. will meet at 4
clock Tuesday at Newberry hall.

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The bazaar committee will not meet
Flat Feet Remedied by Arches
Made from Impression of the
Individual Foot.
Louise M. O'Brien
Featherweight Arch Supports
Appointment by Telephone
21579
410 South DIivision
ANN ARBORI, MICH.

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Scatter Rugs in Voque
Fashion-wise homemakers are now making clever use of
small Oriental rugs. They scatter them here and there on these
large plain colored rugs, thus creating charming informal effects
and at"di"g exquisite touches of color to their decorative
scheme s.
Perhaps no other single furnishing adds to a room the
richness of color alu, the warmth of color tone, the impres-
simo of case and luxury, as does an Oriental rug. We have
some uinuuual patterns in scatter rugs, hall rugs and stair
runner. .
Anatolian Design Mats ...........$.
Other Mais as low as............$7.5+1
I n clI gs -x, 2x4..............$ 0
Camels' hair, 4-2x6-2...........$55.00
Antililuc hall, 3xl...............55.061
(THIRD FLOOR)

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New York.
Dearest Sue,
My heart was in Ann Arbor last Siaturday when
Michigan and the Navy met. How 1 did want to see
that game instead of the Yale-Army game! But Yale
spirit is most captivating ;and before long I was really
thrilled at my first! Eastern game!
We went over to New Haven early to avoid the
crowds, but even as early as 8:30 o'clock the Grand
Central was filled with football fans. Old grads and
young alumni were slapping each
other on the back in joyous reunions,
the majority accompanied by stunning
girls, whowere quite "as excited.
Quite like the days at Michr
igan!
Because of the srowf al
.," Friday, everybody came
-4;.iprepared for reial football
weather. Some went so far as to wear arctics which
looked rather foolish-but then these practical souls
would know that the Bowl was still wet underfoot.
Everybody seemed to wear furs, and it would be
hard to sjiy which pelts were the most popular. The
coats were not always full-length, but frequently three-
quarter or fingertip. Raccoon furs were very much in
evidence among the men as well as the girls.
Color seemed to be restricted to hats. Red and
green shades were most prominent.
The East-is beginning to wear wool hosiery, too-
portsy and monotone colorings.
And what is Ann Arbor wearing to the games?
Isn't it nice that the girls have a store like Mack's that
caters to football fashions?
Lovingly,
Sue,

Maim at William

Telephone 4226

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