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Alpha Gamnma Delta; Kappa Delta;
Sli'nja alpa Wini Games In


Alpha Gamma Delta defeated Theta
Phi Alpha 31 to 4 Wednesday after-
noon in Darbour gymnasium. Mar-
garet Parker, '27, at the position of
right forward, shot seven of the bas-
kets and two of the foul goals for
the winning team, while Loleta Park~-
er, '28, had six baskets and three foul
goals to her credit. Norma Barlow,
'26E, refereed. The line-up was:
11lieta, 111d lMpha Mpha (anna Dlta
Mv. Ba ssman .... : ........ M. Parker
'L. LeMire ......F..... .. L. Parker
Vr. Mulligan......C..E1. M. Tomlinson
C.. Moriarty ..... S.C.....A. Johnson
111. Karboski . .. .G......... E. Bomby
M. O'B~rien .......G......... I. Smith
K~appa Delta won from Pi Beta Phi
in the second game played at 5 o'clock.
The final score was 26 to 2. Of Kap-
pa Delta's points, Dorothy Ogborn, '26,
eras responsible for 19, having made
nine baskets and one foul goal. E~lsie
Murray, '2f3, made the basket for Pi
Beta Phi. The game was refereed by
Myra Finsterwald, '27Ed, Chrystal
Volz, '27E3d. The line-up:
131 Beta pilKappa Delta
G. Gulick .......F........ I). Oghorn
E. Murray ......F....... M. McNally
11. Searight .....C......... D. Waldo
J. Nixon ......S.C....... E. Ogborn
E. Verdier .. .....G......... N. Clark
Mv. Purdy................ J. White
At 7:15 o'clock a third game was
played in which Sigma Kappa defeat-
ed Couzen's Hall by a score of 12 tolO.
Evelyn Steadman, '27Ed, shot four of
the baskets for Sigma Kappa, while
the majority of points for Couzen' s
Hall were madeC by Margie Schneider,
'26. Doris Kent, '26Ed, was the ref-
eree. The line-up:
Vtiuen's haA Sigma .ippa
F. Connery ......F..... E. Steadman
M. Schneider ... . F........ A. Mvorton
M. Sanderson ... C........ M. Mdartin
E. Lord ........ S.C....... W. De~olt-
L. Dawkins .....G.......... I. StdniCf
B. Allen ........G........0O. Walker
A summary of the scores thus far:
Zone VII-15, Phi Sigma Sigma-7; (
Zeta Tau Alpha-20, Gamma Phi Beta
-8; Zone IV-23, Adelia Cheever-19;
Alpha Omicron Pi--13, Martha Cook-
12; Kappa Alpha Tlieia-55, Alpha
Chi Omega-8; Alpha Xi Delta-15,I
Delta Gamma--12; Kappa Delta-26,
Pi Beta. Phi-2; Alpha Gamma Delta
-31, Theta Phi Alpha-4; Couzen's1
H1all-lO, Sigma Kappa-12.I
Today's schedule for intramural
games is: at 4 o'clock Delta Zeta vs.

QECDI i PIIjII ~Tomorrow rehearas of theSu-
i di'CMrugn 4OlkNiIi Ol AIIc ho uses A and B at 4 o'clock, cho--
Two (couE UUJ L U UUULg m4Api4t DuringinherurecentevisitBinlAnn Ar- usC and 1D at 5 oelock, choruses
-o Be Hld Arl 14t.DuighrrcnvstinAnr 11 and L at 7 o'clock and the Russian
bengQjQP'I b . ee>i~r ~llnnr tarOictiCs To ipold t rad itfol i o isEl enute fteA-specialty and the Waltz specialty at 8
a Uspi'es Of teh UiVer 1ty W. ..'., resntig1< "Themenfo
and thI.C .I~ ~iiu ~~u Prhetiiig S Theutimate goal of theNc~aional hemain difference between mnerican Association fr Organizing o'clock.
the course last semaester and t ii At League Vrty League of 'Women Voters is the de-''in politics and women in them is that 'Family Social Work interviewed mnany I Saturday's reeraswl ea
who arc itiestedl in beginninig this !- velopment of a goveinment, controlledI the men have had the advantage of students interested in entering the folw:ioue 1a4Aa '
term. sar ing the weelk oif .arh ANNOUNCE COMMITTEES byifelofscawo. clock, choruses N and C at 110o'-
I, thywlb elbnyamhll((W -.intelligent and responsible citizen-; experience inpolitical affairs, where- fiTdof sclltswore ltigaclock, choruses L and D at 12 o'c
ship," stated Miss Bertha Buell, of as women know and acknowledge T tdnswoaecutcigacok hrssLadDa 'lc
Tuesday and Thursd2y nip;?it untilI Pat ronesses have been chosen to . . . Nrai.a drsstterigoac. osiuneso g major in sociology or the social s:-land the Waltz and Russian special-
spring vacation. tems ri'icfnis rt-Ysln orasnanadesto hirinoac. oscosns o.g
TeRrofteclub l.j'ss i(i ,iUgc hemstdt1t''fnnet'et Mich ligan women interested in the norance is the beginning of wisdom,"; encs Miss Wenfurt'lher recommendledl ties t 'clock.
tirtfhems workl at thwoneona l o bacho teorai-iMisBul cnlue. hecureinpofsioa euato
courses cover such jesas l- adms otmSwr oudto.fabac fte rai hstecus i rfsinleuain All senior women who want caps
lescent psycholog, tiest, originalBuell concludedfor social work, given at the School of algwsfrteJno il'pa
program scamateur planning of c'lub) at the fancy dresspat of the Wo- zattionl on this campus, at a meeting o!hils Ella Forncrook, social director !Applied Social Sciences, Western Re- andgoustor theJuifGrolsac'befor
pormaaerdiramatics, pad- mens leaguie. Groupos adindividuals yesterday afternoon,. fMartha Cook dormitory, spoke of serve universityeClevelandkOhio.fAde
hiigbs"rGnlote ersnigal oe' vue ni the canpus there are, innunier- 1 the great opportunities of Michigan:sreuiritCvladOhoAd'SudyFb27
eantry, hkn, ale opportliliotherfor the woman ia-lwomeento carrys.on I vantages of this course, as stated by StraFb 7
craft work. It has as its aim the the canps will parade before the re- be prtnte o h oa u!oe ocrythe tneories of their;MsWenutraem y.Ial Tyosfrth UivstyGl'
!training of womieniiwho inte,0 lto(aiiy'viewi ig stand from 8 to 11:30 o'clock terrse cd in pltics to exlress her- many theses into practice in working; MisoWeit nrhiaelfmany.awleTryoutswiforbtheldnirsi 4toGirls
on work as leader of high school or- Fridlay, Feb. 26, in Barbour gyna- i(h~Loas; eletious, and in campus I for the league, and the benefits to be ingpoesntcninetuyno'lkthsaeronnrom 16
ganiizations of Camp Fire girls am. slum. ,M4w il lar ngnrlsc sgaie fo sc wr.the social sciences, to prepare for a School of. Music.
iGirl Scouts. fortar Board, Senior society, andM the '1o ld ('curt movement. After a Miss Ann Whitson, state secretary position of responsibility in social Baktllpciefo grdte
Th (lssswill mcct for t woboha~ s byen r neaii stunts which women li iaacs college she has more for the organization spoke of the work, to earn from $75 to $100 a willebeahldpati5c ock onaues-
at each meeting and will be t "aimed by will he included in the entertainment. t liencecilan evrfor e to show the wl ehl t7:5ocoko us
persns ctie i th wok. he tuns rmai on ofthetrai- nte inoriat OUgreat amount of work that has been month during the period of prepara- (ay Feb. 23.
These Iii~;ent Publc at accomplished qietly by the womention, to obtain a professional degree, I_________ __________
icourses are open to all wonin on t h' tioiis of the fancy dress party. Addi-i fairy; I at she may have gainedl while in Detroit, and mentioned the fact that mse fsinei oilamns
campus except freshmen.1 tional a tractions will be originated nsho Ioijs uc raiaIn though no barnstorming is done, a tration, to correlate academic work ion for Organizing Famcily Social
i ;by the 'social committees of the va- , as the League. If she goes into the great deal is gained politically, with actual field experience under st- Work.
Women are offeired anm optsrtunity riou01s classes for which a prize will liiis old.LWllm tCVIY Dorothy Cline, '26, newly elected pervision in any one of the following Throughout the year Miss Wein-
Soerlng in.he li. hofnrintms btoI hegiuen.yreived th eniz e forethisaegethtrobhems ofillntrealnsibl-u fterudtbe hc r obecidwlae ru evcadt
be heldl at, 4 o'clock 'J2hi a rdays, a ad competition, to her Bllege!.trning,-even though hed for the benefit of those interested engage in real service or people. itedl States for the purpose of organ-
at1''lc a u lyi h cole' he list of the many prizes to ble :he leaves school to engage in a (1o- I in wlaesoctosswlls
itve o(onh;tis fHabudma , e noc. aare lreItsa gea vr ety (t creer, she will imakile the bet-afethyrehouglognid. Tiopruiyislooent ngwfresoctosswlls
Thity oins wll e gvciiou evrv s tereau' dilernt ype ofco eIr wile anud muckier than many an Calls to the National Convention of those who desire the best possible pro- helping them. On the payment of a
T2hurs ofn ibgw ive mayor e I ion. t heeaede rent)swillpe of ioipe- ° omdwmn il ct e IteLau ['omnVtrt efessiona preparation without refer=Sinsu amounting to less than $100 a.
earned by atteiidniig fihecliass eilb(hr accordang to size, houses having me- k just bi 1 eesiy fcetinhee~ n S. is April 1 to21,chav e eeor thmterio amaters e-yer ywefresocety a ecom
one or both of the Iperiods each went ek. from ione 1toten comprising one hma oial ilat oships, she willjs enisudtMhe Mcia re. J For.futerden ofrhappliwritoiandembeiof thsbnto avrisit-
be wll theebetterbosea 'eatherwinl anI Leaeefromrough toe2saanotherdandfrowrencebelall tboeo, 't721'waslain itthe, andma1LeaguesthroughthedstatelpresidentnMr.G..Sh.rCutler, deanoof.thecappliedenios, Westreceiveethe benefitnofdalviait-
struct the class. 126 to 50 or' over, still another. Pe nilJ'iifor." Ms er .Serr fDtot oilsineWsenRsret~ n eeae
__________casofteloecmeiinof fr iss Buell further spoke of thel Extensive plans are being made for versity Cleveland, o.e
Women of the professional school of Ineryears, it has been suggested that idc t'st hat the( league stand~s for in Mcgais eegtnoothr several times a year to consult
houseos conisider the design in which IO country. riefly they are: the re- i tio, wfrih dae td f th
physical education gave a Steak roast wiothelclognzto fasc
at 6 o'clock last; night, at Piamer field t hey wish to appear at: their next 'enacli mont. (f the Shepard-Townsend pIogram o okt eaotdtee ated charities and help them solve dif-
taet Ouse meeting. Among the timelyHilthChlLaoamnmtn- MsCrie hpanCttte ficlt problems encountered in social
house, in honor of tBnw uot nIr tr totte-prto o the newfnl etn f h aioa qa
tesho.HenBamn '29 iI uiresentations of former fancy dress tiaiollc-prinfrtmer-ina etn fteNtoa qa work. The local charitable society iss
the snchrof. her Bet.aumndts ai1'is eetebubosan rs e o aadvrosother ISuffrage Association, outlined theamebrothAeicn soi-
was ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Wr incageouiezzsli~ esiae-caused that are in the national eye convention purposes in part as, fol -______________________
Nixon, '27Ed, was the c hairinan ofrshnnt o the ocainwl at present. The movement is anl out-! lows: "To quicken understanding of -
refrehmentcoimmmmiticc.he in echarge of Dorothy Currie, '27 ; g'owh of0 the fenin istic one, whichi is the power of political education; to
touts, Katherine Hubbard, '27; group- the de,,i; of wvomren all over theI dissipate those doubts which cloud F
I ,Zone I and VI, and Alpha EpsilonPh Etllizabethi Nutt, '28; publicityEs- world to make tiemost of themselves,' democratic government in this coun- d y p c
vs. Chi Omega; at .i o'clock Apha ll ri hcr Tuttle, '27; invitations, Josephinmeadptut themselves an a grounid of try today; to see the bright image of
silos Iota vs. Kappa Kaprpa Gamma, iluMark '26; floor, Katherine Ferguson, ecjudty wvith mI~en as far as public a government that is the concern of A E
and Delta Delta Delt a vs. Alpha P hi i 2s serving, Alae Keller, '2; n affairs arec (oncrned. the whole people." CRE4 A MED'
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