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. S :NTIiE1.I'. MARCH 7. 192E

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FRESHMAN WOMEN
ITO PLAN PGENT

Men To Take Part
In Masques Play
For the first time in the history of
Masques society men are being. al-

'C HOOSE TERMS TO ENTER

Class Officer Calls Mass Meeting To
Arrange Annual Contribution
To Lantern Night
WILL ELECT COMMITTEE
Ellen Grinnell, vice-president of the
freshman class, has set the time for
a mass meeting of the freshman wo-
men to consider the annual Freshman
Pageant for 5 o'clock Wednesday at
Newberry hall. The meeting is for
the purpose of electing a general com-
mittee, and discussing plans for the
pageant. As this year's production is
area y behind time, as far as plans
are concerned, it is important that the
preliminary work be started as soon
as possible.
The FreshmancPageanthas becomo
the traditional contribution of the
freshman women to the Lantern Night
program. This will be the third year
of its presentation, and freshman wo-
men will thus be given the same op-
portunity to become better acquainted
and to develop an ability for leader-
ship that the sophomore women re-
ceive through the Sophomore circus
and the junior women through the,
Junior Girls' play.
"Once Upon a Time," the pageant
presented last year by the present
sophomore class, had the distinction
of receiving some kind of contribu-
tion from every eligible woman in the
class. The contributions, necessarily,
were varied. Some took part in the
cst, some acted on the committees,
others made posters, others prepared
the properties, while still others aided
in dyeing and making the costumes.
According to actual count 182 fresh-
man women were included in the pro-)
duction as a whole.
- - The eligibility requirements for par-
ticipation, are particularly high.
Every participant must have carried
15 hours of work the first semester'
and have received one A or B and the!
other grades must be at least a C.!
Thus the pageant is made up of al
selected group, and is one of the very
few activities which freshman wo-
men are allowed.
Miss Ginnell is particularly anxious
that the mass meeting should be well
attended, so that the committee may
be elected and plans formulated that
will allow immediate work on the pro-
duction. Motion pictures which were
taken of laist year's performance will
be shown, to give an idea of the type
of work that will be followed. "Oncet
Upon a Time," which' was under' the
direction of Miss Janet Cummings of
the department of physical education,

lowed to take part in one of its pro- League games in intramural basket-
ductions. The occasion is Jesse Lynch ball, and interclass basketball prac-
William's Pulitzer Prize play, "Why tices ended the past week with the
Marry?", which the society is produc- choosing of the two highest teams in
ing March 17, and 18 in Mimes theater., each league to enter the eliminationE

lAlthough the play will be an all cam-
pus production, it should be of par-
ticular interest to women, for accord-
ing to the author it will show how to,
"get in, get out of, or avoid marriage."
The comedy is not written from thej
cynical point of view that most 'play-
wrights employ in dealing, with a sub-I
ject of this sort, but sympathizes h
with the modern woman.
Phyllis Loughton, '28, is directing
the production, and as the author is
attending most of the rehearsals, the
interpretation of the various parts will
be authentic. Valentine Davies, '27,
is designing scenery for the produc-
tion.
Members of the cast are: Lillian
Bronson, '26; Kenneth King, '28, Dale
Shafer; Margaret Effinger, '26; John
Hassberger; Margaret Geddes, '26;
Carl Purcell, '27; Valentine Davies,
'27.
Churches To Hold
Lenten Services
Every Thursday night at 7 o'clock
from now until Easter there will be
held Interdenominational Lenten ser-
vices at some one of the city churches.
These meetings will be conducted by
the ministers of the different churches
and will be supported by the Y. W.
C. A. All students are invited to at-I
tend.
was a dance drama, which was origi-
nated as well as directed by Miss
Cummings.

tournament, which will begin tomor-
row, and the choosing of teams for
interclass basketball. The complete
list of organizations which will enter
the elimination tournament is: Delta
Gamma, Alpha Omicron Pi, Zeta Tau
Alpha, Sigma Kappa, Chi Omega, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, Betsy Barbour,
Kappa Delta, Martha Cook, Delta Del-
ta Delta, Alpha Xi Delta, Helen New-
berry, Delta Zeta, Alumnae house, Al-
pha Gamma Delta, and Zone 7. First
and second squads were picked for
each class in interclass basketball,
after team practice last Thursday, and
the first interclass games will be
played Tuesday.
This week's schedule of intramural
basketball games is:
Tomorrow, 4 o'clock-Delta Gamma
vs. Alpha Omicron Pi;Zeta Tau Al-
pha vs. Sigma Kappa
5 o'clock-Chi Omega vs. Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma; Betsy Barbour vs. Kap-
pa Delta.
Wednesday, 4 o'clock-Martha Cook
vs. Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Xi Del-
ta vs. Helen Newberry
5 o'clock-Delta Zetarvs. Alumnae
house; Alpha Gamma Delta vs. Zone
7
Three games of the interclass tour-
nament will be played Tuesday; the
schedule is:
4 o'clock-Junior first team vs. Senior
first team.
I 5 o'clock-Freshman first team vs.
Sophomore first team.

Initiation Of New Members NOTICES
Announced By Four SororitiesBarbour ynnsum
____________H__ -onor council will nmeet at 4 o'clock
Monday.
The last two week-ends marked the '29; Marian Widman, '29; Marguerite Tomorrow's rehearsals will be as
initiations of foi r sororities. Satur-i1 Widman, '28; Marjorie Wilson, '27; follows: choruses H and L at 4 o'clock,
day afternoon Feb. 27, Alpha Chi Betty Pardee, '29. choruses N, R, and M at 5 o'clock,
Omega sorority held initiation cere- Collegiate Sorosis sorority initiated act 1 with all choruses. A, B, C, D, at
monies. The following women were the following women yesterday: Beat- 7 o'clock and chorus C at 3 o'clock.
initiated: Celeste McCann, '27; Mar- rice Barrett, '29; Elizabeth Champ, Graduate basketball practice will be
jorie Chavenelle, '28; Lois Parks, '28; '28; Mary Flinterman, '27; Martha held at 7:15 o'clock Wednesday, in-#
Margaret Ricker, '28; Janice Riley, j Herrnstein, '28; Alice Herschman, '27: stead of Tuesday.
'28; Dorothy Ward. '28; Marian Mary Jane Kirk, '27; Marian Leland, The costume committee of the Jun-
Broehm, '29; Elaine Gruber, '29; Dor- '27; Catherine Patterson, '28; Harriet ior Girls' play will meet at 3:30
othy Huntley, '29; Virginia Tice, '29; Stone, '29; Elizabeth Tuttle, '28. o'clock Tuesday.
and Marjorie Vivian, '29. Delta Delta Delta sorority initiated The property committee of the Juii-
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority held the following women yesterday:,Eliz- ior Girls' play will meet at 5 o'clock
initiation of the following women re- abeth Amrine, '29; Delight Berg, '29; Monday.
cently; Muriel Anderson, '29; Edna Dorothy Colwell, '28; Katherine Fran-
Balz, '28; Marjorie Baxter, '29; Elea- cis, '28; Audrey Haney, '28; Ann Newberry hll
nor Woodrow, '29; Louise Eastman, James, '28; Lucille Johnson, '29; Ma-1 Y. W. C. A. cabinet will meet at 4:10
'28; Ellen Grinnell, '29; Janice Upjohn, Tian McKinney, '27; Joan Marsh'all, o'clock tomorrow.
- '29; Harriet Martin, '28; Jane Sage,
7:15 o'clock-Freshman second team '29; Nina Slater, '28; and Dorothy Miscellaneous
vs. Sophomore second team. Winchell, '27. The members of Wyvern are re-
The Dimattia Beauty Shnn

Mrs. George Twitchell, of Cincin-
nati, 0., 61 years old, will soon com-
plete her four-year course at the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati without having
missed a day. Mrs. Twitchell is a
grandmother.
Dame Henrietta Barnett, English
painter, is 74 years old and still active
with her work. Several of her pic-
tures have been hung in the Royal
Academy.

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Smartly Dressed Women
One of the secrets of charm lies in good dressing.
Any man will admit that while he enjoys the smart
appearance a well dressed woman makes, what
appeals to him more is the thought and care which
lies back of it all. A slip-shod throwing together
of clothes, no matter what their price, will never
equal chic. First join the group of discriminating
folk who select their apparel at Mack's, and then
mnake your decisions in the light of your own per-
sonality. This will assure you a place in any as-
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