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TUESDAY, MARCIT 18, 1926
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Deta Deito. Delta and Kappai Delta
Win In Semi-Final Round Of
Tournament
oPLAY FINALS TOMORROW
Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Delta
were victorious in the semi-finals of
the intramural basketball tournament,
played yesterday afternoon at Bar-
hour gymnasium and have been en-
tered in the finals of the tournament,
which will be played off at 4 o'clock.
tomorrow. Delta Delta Delta defeat-f
ed Zone 7 with a score of 47 to 17
in the game yesterday, and Kappaj
Delta won from Sigma Kappa with a
score of 35 to 5.
The first quarter of the Delta Delta
Delta-Zone 7 game ended with a score
of 16 to 4 in favor of the Delta Delta'
Delta team. Florence Foster, '27Ed,
scored 10 points for Delta Delta Del-
ta, with four field goals, and two
foul goals, and Norma Barlow, '27E1,
scored three points. Alama Scheirich,
'27, scored the only two points for
Zone 7 in that quarter with one field
goal. The second quarter, resulted in
the score of 34 to 6. The third quart-
er ended with a score of 43 to 9. In
the fourth quarter Florence Foster
made two points for Delta Delta Del-.
ta, and Kathryn Francis two points.
In the first quarter of the Kappa
Delta-Sigma Kappa game, Sigma Kap-
pa did not score. Dorothy Ogborn,'
'26 made four field goals for Kappa
Delta, resulting in the score of 8 to
0. In the second quarter Dorothy
Ogborn made one field goal and Mar-
garet McNally, '27, scored 11 points
with five field goals and one foul goal.
Evelyn Steadman, '27Ed, scored two
points for Sigma Kappa, resulting in'
the, score of 21 to 2 at the end of the
half. In the third quarter Margaret
McNally scored five points, and Dor-
othy Ogborn two, for Kappa Delta,
resulting in the score of 27 to 3. Dor-

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Portia To HoldI
Banquet Tonight

Portia Literary Society will hold
its annual informal banquet tonight
at 6 o'clock at the Green Tree Inn.
Grace McDonald, '27, will act as!'
toastmistress. The menu-program
will be called the "Portia Periodical"
and, the four speakers of the eveningI
are listed as four different magazines.
Margaret Henckel, '26, will representj
the Gargoyle; Dorothy Seeber, '27,
Time; Miriam Olden, '27, Everybody's;
and Dr. James K. Pollock, instructor
in the political science department,#
the Billboard.

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JUNIOR PLAY TICKET
SALE BEGINS FRIDA9Y'
Public sale of tickets for "Becky
Behave," the 22nd annual Junior
Girls' play to be presented Mar. 23
to 27 at the Whitney theater, will take
place Friday, Saturday, and Monday
in Hill auditorium. The sale which
opens at 1 o'clock on Friday is under
the direction of Helen Reece, business
manager.
The general prices are as follows:
Boxes, $3; downstairs section, $2.50;
first four rows in balcony, $2; second
four, $1.50; remainder of theater, $1.
No more mail orders are being filled
and patrons are requested to take ad-
vantage of the public sale commenc-
ing Friday.
Miss Reece reports that Wednesday
and Thursday night's performances.
present the greatest choice of seats atI
present. "Alumnae Night," a special
performance on March 27, has proved
the most popular seller. According to
tradition the opening performance
will be given for senior women and
Friday night will be formal.
othy Ogborn made two foul goals, and
Margaret McNally, two field goals for
Kappa Delta in the fourth quarter,
and Alletta Morton made two points
for Sigma Kappa.

De ProntedsaNO TICE S c t ssaske tbamllegamess sche-
T URNK EET Debate Proceeds clock sophomore first squad vs. se
GivenToLeague NOSIL S f ua. o'c freshn
TO INCLUDE FOUR EH ENTS P~peetn h third men's or- INTEREST OF CLA5SSBadror Gytmcnpaiu' m mitenor v.jnor first squad. To.lok reha
-Undergraduate m morrow,7:15 o'clock, freshman sec-
gaiainto sponsor the finance drive meets at 4:45 o'clock today
3 ~ond squad vs. junior second squad,
Four events will be run off in the for the new Women's League building, Plans are being made for the Sen- Make-up committee of the Junior su .seq
intramural swimming meet, to be held the Non-Partisian league of the Uni-,for play, which will be presented by Girls' play will meet from 4 to 5:30 Miscellaneous
March' 31, at the Y. M. C. A., including versity is giving the proceeds from itewmno h ls ttesno o'clock today.iclaeu
the Darrow-Hudson debate to the lea- the women of the class at the senior ehearsals fo Junior Girs' play to- Portia members wishing to attend
a free style race, back stroke race, breakfast in June. hsana ue eerasfo Jno'il'ia o ori ebr ihn oatn
a diving contest,. and a comic race. gue fund. Clarence tiarrow, well r marks the last time he fore grad- day: At 3 o'clock, special meeting o the banquet must pay from 8 to 9 '-
The diving events will include a stan known Chicago lawyer who handled ation that the women of the gradu- -central comnittee; 4 o'clock, chorus. clock or from 2 to 3 o'clock tday at
the Loeb-Leopold trial, and Manly Iatin cla are toe - es C, D, and show girls; 5 o'clock, the candy booth. The fee is $1.50.
ing or running front dive, a jack knife Hudson professor of political science ispecialty dances and chorus E; at ' There will be a regular meeting of
iv eband an optonal dive. No woman at Harvard, are going to debate upon Marguerite Ainsworth has been o'clock tonight, dress rehearsal of Athena for the sophomore debate try.
will permitted to enter more than the League of Nations. Overstepping chosen chairman of the committee in act 2. cuts. Any member absent will be
e coe r ce is reseing event, whethe limits of conventional debating hasrshere will be a meeting of the com- fined 50 cents.
thethey are each giving their ownper-eenre:kElizabet E Strauss, cast; Ruth mittee in charge of the intramural The Pan-Hellenic committee will
[unable to enter the other racing or;Rakn prety ElzbhRi-Ib
sonal convictions in regard to theR nra swimming meet at 3 o'clock today. hold a meeting at 3:45 o'clock today
Athiving evenas.t league so that the opinions of two biiugh, finance. Each of the general Junior Girls' play property commit- at the Kappa Alpha Theta house.
enAthletic managers who expect to very able men will be presented in- committee in turn will choose women tee will meet at 4 o'clock today. There will be a sale of collars In
enter teams or individual women may dependently rather than for the sake to work on her committee. Practice for the graduate basketball charge of the Senior society today and
sign up for the meet on the poster 9n of argument. Mrs. A. R. Lowell has been asked team will be held at 7:13 o'clock to- Wednesday near the candy booth In
the bulletin board in Barbour gymna- The unusual character of the debate to direct the play, the name of which tUniversity hal.
sium. Managers who did not attend as well as the fact that the Non-Par- is to be announced later.
the last meeting are requested to call tisan league is giving the proceeds to-i
for entry blanks at Miss Pauline the Women's league should . make the Patronize Daily Advertisers.
H odgson's office, in B arbour gym na- w om en on the cam pus support thre1=si m m ed a l . E t y an s rpo a . T c e s ay b o a n d
sium, immediately. Entry blanks are~ program. Tickets may be obtained atE lII U.
due March 17. Grace Kratz, '27, has the Slater, Graham, or Wahr book- SPECIAL I{ ...
been placed in charge of the ticket stores for 50 cents. Each Tuesday and Wed-
ale for the meet, Gladys Appelt, '28Ed, 'TJ-Tn,
is in charge of entry blanks, Helen The Daughters of the American Rev- nesday
Wooten, '28, posters, Aillen Miller, olution have christened their new au- SHAMPOO, MARCEL X
27, score sheets and records, and Har- ditorium at Washington "Constitution
riet Dively, '26, is in charge of invit- hall." AND ATW
ing officials. BOB CURL
Alpha Phi sorority recently initiated-*
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