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BASKETBILL TIL Announec-ent has been made of
T TAthe appointment and reappointment
of the Barbour scholars. Seventeen
Det et Delta Defeafed In Fil already on campus have been reap- Anna Arnold And Nellie Beeker Named
oend Jf sT pointed, and eight who are attending By Y. W. To Represent Students
Round Of Basketball Tour-. colleges in different parts of the A iwue
lament the world have been appointed for the At Milwaukee
first time. Eight who have been here
END INTRAMURAL GAMES during the past year have completed DIRECTORS TO ATTEND
their work and will return to theirI
native countries. Anna Arnold, '27, and Nellie Becker.
Kappa Delta won the intramural f The women who have been reap- 129, were elected by the members of
basketball tournament when they de- pointed are Ruth Chan Priscilla Choy, the University Y. W. C. A. as dele-
feated Delta Delta Delta in the final Ao Dju, Sih En-yang, Achy Iype, Shu- gates to attend the national conven-
tnyesterdayting Liu, Hsiao Lu, Vong-kyih Nyi, tion of the organization which is to
round of the tournament yeCho Ren, Shio Sakauishi, Ilide "Sho1-; be held April 21 to 27 in Milwaukee,
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium, ara, Grace Song, Yae Tanaka, Yat- Wisconsin. Elections took place at
with a score of 31 to 22. Dorothy Og- Ling Tong, Tsun-yao Wang, Tsui- a joint meeting of the committees and
born, '26, made three field goals for fung Wong, and Yi-fang Wu. tembers held yesterday afternoon in
Kappa Delta in the first quarter and More than 60 applications for new Newberry hall.
Margaret McNally, '27. made one foull appointments were received from all
goal. Katherine Francis, '28, scored parts of the world including China, Three student members of the or-
four points for Delta Delta Delta with Japan India, Korea, Hawaii and the ganization will attend the convention
one field goal and two foul goals, and Oriental women who are the other member to be. the presi-
Florence Foster, '27Ed, made one field in France and Cuba also petition dent for next year. Miss Ruth Deem-
goal. The quarter ended with a score for appointments. Eight of these were er, secretary of the University Y. W.
of 7 to 6 in favor of Kappa Delta. In accepted and the women who will ar- C. A. and Mrs. L. I. Bredvold, recrea-
the second quarter Dorothy Ogborn rive at the University next year in ac- tional director will also attend.k
and Margaret McNally each made two cordance with these appointments City and student organizations ofy
field goals for Kappa Delta, while are: Eliabeth Arlick now attending the Y. W. C. A. from all over thej
Katherine Francis made a field goal Isabelle Thoburn college, Lucknow United States will attend the conven-'
and two foul goals, and Florence Fos- India; Wei-djen, of Shanghai college, tion. A special feature of the meet-
ter two field goals for Delta Delta Del- (Kantzepoo, Shanghai, China; tosa ing this year is to be the student as-
ta, leaving the score at the end of the Javier of Paco, Manila, P. I.; Mitsu sembly which will consist of meetings
half 15 to 14. Delta Delta Delta was Motoda of Goucher college, Baltimore, of only the students of the organiza-j
in the lead at the end of third quart- Md.; Catherine Otsuka, St. Luke's In-- lion.
er, with a score of 21 to 22. In that ternational hospital, Tprkyo, Japan; A social time was provided at the
quarter Margaret McNally made two Lucy Otsuka, also from St. Luke's' meeting held yesterday afternoon. A
foul goals and two field goals for hospital; Sien-tsung, Ting McTyeire special feature of the program was
Kappa, while Katherine Francis made high school, Shanghai, China, and a St. Patrick's dance arranged by
two foul goals and two field goals, r Phoebe Wang, Keen school, M. . Mis- Helen Vos, '28, and Florence Holmes,
and Florence Foster one field goal for sion, Tientsin, China. '29. They were accompanied by Ruth
the Delta Delta Delta team. Margaret The scholarships which until this Tallwam, '26, Cynthia Smith, '26, gaveI
McNally made the only points in the year consisted of $800, have been in- a report of some of the topics takenI
fourth quarter of the game, with five creased to include the University fees, up by Dr. Bruce Curry at the confer-
field goals, leaving the final score 31 $100 in the Graduate school and $260 ence held several weeks ago in De-
to 22 in favor of Kappa Delta. The in the Medical sEhool, a material in- troit, and gave a review of the ques-
line-up for the game was: crease. Announcement was made re-
Delta Delta Delta Kappa Delta cently b President-Emeritus Hutch-
F. Foster ....... R.F....... D. Ogborn nis that the scholarship fund has been
K. Francis......L.F.... ATMcNally increased through the will of the late
M. Barlow.......C.........D. Waldo Levi L. Barbour by $200,000 making arSPRING
E. Groff ........R.C...... N. Clarke total of $600,000, the income from
A. Unsworth .....R.G...... N. Clarke which will be used for the scholar- !
L. Groff ........L.G........ J. White ships. TO
In the interclass games played
Tuesday at Barbour gymnasium the
junior team defeated the freshman
team 41 to 16. largaret McNally, at
the position of right forward, scored
16 points for the juniors, and Flor-
ence Foster, who played left forward,
made 25 points. On the freshman
team, Ann Zauer, at the position of
right forward, scored all the sixteen
points of the game. The lineup for
the game was:
M. McNally ..... R.F........ A. Zauer
F. Foster......L.F........F. Miller
C. Volz .......... C....... .. Sauborn
E. Doster ......R.G...... C. Hawkins
M. Finsterwald .......... E. Grinnell
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Due to the illness of Mrs. Emerson
Davis, who was expected to speak at
the luncheon of the League of Women
Voters this noon at the Green Tree
inn, Miss Lillian Smith, chairman of
a branch of the state Ch-ild Welfare
bureau will represent the state or-
The luncheon is planned principally
for the purpose of introducing to the
league their new sponsor, but it istco
lact as a means of encouraging the
sale of the "Woman Citizen," the mag-
, azine published by the league. One1
hundred subscriptions must be sold
on this campus in order to raise the
Juniors Wn In
Interciass Games~ ~fMNfTRII~~
S. Sturos ....... L.G..M. Hartwigg necsaymnyfrteedigoa4
cessay moey tr tn sening ot a
A. Felske......R.C. V. Johnston legate to the convention in St.
Freshman an sophomore second Louis in April.
squads will play at 4:1.0 o'clock to-
day in Barbour gymnasium.L eis
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Say It With Flowerday's
There will be a meeting of the cen-
tral committee of the Junior Girls'
play at 3 o'clock today.
Today's rehearsals for Junior Girls')
play will be as follows: at 4 o'clock,
choruses E, D, and C; at 5 o'clock
chorus S, sextette, B, and L. Act I
and II will rehearse at 7:15 o'clock
Make-up committee of the Junior
Girls' play will meet from 4 to 5:30
There will be a meeting of the first
and second squad of the freshman bas-
ketball team from 4 to 4:30 o'clock
today. Practice will follow at 5
Prof. Everett S. Brown of the Po-I
I itical Science department will speak
on "American-Japanese relations" at
the meeting of the local chapter of
the American Association of Univer-
sity Women which will be held at 3
o'clock Saturday at Helen Newberry
Second semester freshman women
may try out for membership in the
Black Quill literary society providing
they are given special permission by
Dean Bursley and have at least one
grade of A or B and none lower than
C for their first semester's work. All
manuscripts for the try out must be in
by this Friday at the latest and may
be turned in to the Black Quill box
on the bulletin board in .Barbour
Mrs. Harriet Dagget, a senior of the
Louisiana State university and the
mother of three children, was recently
elected the most intelligent co-ed in
that university in a student election.
At a recent meeting of Portia Lit-
erary society, the following womenf
were chosen to represent Portia in
their annual debate with Athena: An-
na Laura Baird, '27; Ruth Lambert,
'27; and Dorothy Seeber, '28. The de-
bate is scheduled to be held on March
30, when Portia will debate the nega-
tive side of the subject, "Resolved,
That the Board of Regents should
adopt the proposed change curriculum
tions which are to be discussed at the
convention in April.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
Women who wish to work on their
Red Cross life-saving tests will have
an opportunity to do so in the new
life-saving class to be held from 7:30
to 8 o'clock Wednesdays at the Y. M.
C. A. A diving class will be held
before the life-saving class, from 7
to 7:30 o'clock. Tickets may be se-
cured for 25 cents at the physical edu-
cation offices in Barbour gymnasium.j
All women who wish to join these
classes are asked to sign up on the
posters in Barbour gymnasium.
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