SATURDAY, -MAIICH 1,1,, 1926
THE MICIIIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, MARCh 13, 1926 PAGE F1V~
HOUSES Tf ENTER
S1ria ai alpa and apia 1Dela Win~
III Round Of Itrmural Bal
WILL PLAY MONDAY
Sigma Kappa and Kappa Delta,
.winners in the intramural basketball
games played at 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon at Barbour gymnasium,
will enter the semi-finals of the tourn-
ament, which will begin Monday aft-
ernoon. Sigma Kappa defeated Delta
Gamma 22 to 11, and Kappa Delta
were the victors in a game with Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, which ended with
a score of 29 to 5.
Evelyn Steadman, '27Ed, scored 12
points for Sigma Kappa, with Six
field goals, and Alletta Morton, T2SEd,
made 10 points, with four field goals
and two foul goals. The first quart-
er ended with a score of 9 to 0 in f'av-
or of Sigma Kappa, the second, 14 to
2, and the third 19 to 2.
The line-up for the Sig-ma Kappa-
Delta Gamma game was:
Dela Ganuna Sima Kap~a
E. Nutt ........R.F.. . teadman
A. Miller .......L.F...... A. Morton
L. Seeley .......C....... W. Deot
K. Wilson ...... R.C...... M. Martin
M. Lawlor ...... R.G........I1. Stone
M. Miller ...,... L.G....... 0. Walker
Dorothy Ogborn, '26, at the position
of right forward, scored 12 points for!
Kappa Delta, and Margaret McNally,
'27, who played left forward, 16 points.
Fredericka Marston, wo lplayed right
forward for Kappa Kappa Gamma
scored three points, and Virginia Platt,j
'29, two points. The score at the end
of the first quarter of the game stood
7 to,3 in favor of Kappa Delta, the see-f
and quarter resulted in a score of 1IS
to 3, and the third, 22 to 4. The line-
up for the game was:
XappntI Deta Kappa Kappa Gammiia
D. Ogorn...... R.F..... F. Marston
M. McNally ...... L.F....... V. Platt
D. Waldo ........C........ K. Kelter
E. Ogorn ......ItO..... M. Breer
.1. White ........ R.G........ M. Putt'
N. Clarke ....... L.G........IL Field'
LECTURE IN RANN ARBOR
An attempt is being made to get
Mrs. Mabel Walker Willerandt, as-
sistant Attorney General of the United
States, to lecture in Ann Arbor some-
time before the Easter holidays. The
purpose of this lecture, which would
be on some current topic of interest
to college students will also be to
raise funds for the convention repre-
sentative. For this reason an admis-
sion price of 50 cents will e charged.
Prof. Margaret Elliot, of the eco-
nomics department who has recently
consented to become the permanent
adviser of the League of Women Vo-
ters, recently organized on this cam-
pus, will be introduced to the mem-
bers of the league, at a luncheon to
be held at the Green Tree Inn. Prof.
Elliot is to take the place of Miss Elva
Forncrook, social director of Martha
Cook building, who sponsored the or-
ganizatin of the group, but whose du-
ties as the state chairman of the
Child Welfare bureau of the league
will prevent her assuming the duties
of the permanent adviser. !
Transfer League Seniors Win In
Campaign Office Interclass Game!
Money and the bookkeeping of the U H rIRflUN*I By defeating the freshmen with a
campaign for the Women's league score of 28 to 7, the seniors won their
! uilding have ben transferred from Cynthia Hawkins was elected gen- first victory of the interclass lbasket-
tie Detroit office to Ann Arbor. Every eral chairman of the Freshmaniball season. The points at the endiofs
phase (f the drive is centralized in Pageant committee, at a meeting of
Ann Arbor now and all checks are1 the women of the freshman class Wed- the first half stood 12 to 7,, and it wasr
payable to the treasurer of the n esday afternoon. Jean Hathaway during the last part of the game that
versity. They may be 'delivered or was seleded as her assistant and Vir- the rest of the baslets were made,
mnailed to the Alumnae council oflV.e ginia Reid as treasurer. bringi
in Alumni Memorial hall at any time. The pageant is an annual affair T upato 28.
Subscriptions which have been paid given by the members of the fresh- The freshman teaa was unable to
are being reinvested by the Univer- -lian glass in good standing, as their make any further haskets. Norma
sity Investment committee, Robert A. contribution to Lantern Night, which Barlow was responsible for 16 of the !
Campbell, treasurer of the University, I or the women of the university points of the upperclass.!
Junius E. Beal, Regent, and Ralph what Cap Night is to the men. I In the game between the secondc
Regent. By this method a Seven sub-chairmen were chosen, teams, the juniors won from the soph-
greater efficiency is maintained in the whose respective committees will be ( omores by 33 to 9. The score at the :1
I en ofthehal wa 13to infavor 1
alumnae office. announced at a meeting at 5 o'clock Ienof orem
Mooy, in the playroom of Betsy Bar- Of the juniors.r
Delta Gamma sorority recently t bour house. They are: Shirley King,
initiated the following women: Lu- Betty Van Antwerp, Agnes Hoffman, Sigma Kappa sorority announces
cille Walsh, '27; Esther Wood, '27; Betty Smithers, Marie Hartwig, Mary the pledging of Mary Cunning, '27,t
Dorothy Schultz, '27; Mary Thompson, Bowen, and Irma Sanzenbacher. Francis Wilson, '9, Iris H.aussman,
28; Alice Platt, '29; Marion Bradley, '27, and Florence Oddy, '27.
'29; Katherine Baillie, '29; Thelma Mrs. Mary F. S. Toy, of Hartford,
Bolin, '29; Louise Cooley, '29; Elsa Conn., now past 73, has just publish-
Millar, '29; Christine Dewar, '27; and ed her first novel, realizing a dream
Faith Jones, '27. that has been in her mind since she Fill
was 13 years old. F
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EXPLANTIONS OF RULE
Letters of explanation are being
sent out through the office of the Wo-
meni's league, in regard to the recent
change in the 11:30 o'clock rule. Both
he house presidents and the chaperons
will receive copies of the explanations
so that misunderstanding of theI
change will be avoided.
The rule as it stands now, allows
women to participate in any type of
engagement until 1:30 o'clock on Fri-
day nights and 12:30 o'clock on Satur-
day nights, although all houses must,
be free from callers at the usual
hour of 11:30 o'clock on week-end
nights. The rule that only a dance
engagement, or special occasion, such
as a bridge party is excuse for using
the late hour rules has been discarded.
Petition blanks are being sent to
the league houses through the office
in the Gaps
, and you'll want plenty of new
ke your under-wardrobe as com-
outer one. Here is an answer to
need-in Rayon of enduring tex-
appearance in every lovely pastel
of the Women's league concerning the' 1V. J"
Scontemplated Sunday morning stu-N O
dent convocation at Hill auditorium,
to determine the view of the indepen- lirbmir gymniiiasiinum
dent women on this subject. "The
sorority houses have already been Today's rehearsals for Junior Girls'
reached, due to their organization, and play will be as follows:.at 8:30 o'clock
many petitions have already been !this morning ,in costumes: Russian
filled out and returned. and Red Headed chorus; Mary, Milli-
The questionaires regarding studct cent, and Jerry; and waltz specialty
Tenme ton airesMrhegadin g amt u sen At 10 o'clock, L with Becky; 10:30
government on the Michigan campusI,
o'clock, N ; 11 o'clock 13; and 11:30
are coming in rapidly. A meeting of o'clock, chorus C.
the judiciary council is to be called l
next week to consider the answers Makeup committee meets from 9 to
and estimate the stand of Michigan il11:30 o'clock today.
women on this subject. Undergraduate campaign committee
meets at 4:45 o'clock Tuesday.
Alpha Chi Omega sorority announc-
es the pledging of Ruth Wilke, '27,
and Marion Smith, '28.
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