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January 12, 1926 - Image 5

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2s :tatehes To Be Played By 39
Women ChosenBy
Captain Bricker

To Hold Checker
Tournament Soon
Plans are being formulated by the'
W. A. A. tea room for a checker tour-
nament to be held in the middle of
March. ft will be conducted on the
elimination pian as is customary in
tennis and a prize will be awarded to
the winner. Any women interested
In checker playing may enter by sign-
ing on a slip which will be placed
n t~hbulletin in Barbour gymnasium

Michigan units of the alumnae coun-
cil have ordered 10,000 packs of the
Michigan seal playing cards which
were introduced by the A. A. U. W.+
shortly before the Christmas holidays.
The Ann Arbor group has orderedl
1,500 decks, to be put on sale about
the middle "of April. The Detroit unit
has ordered 2,000 decks, Cleveland and
Flint 1,000 each and Toledo, Grand
Rapids, and Birmingham 500. each.
The remaining groups have put n
orders ranging from 100 to 300 packs.

Twenty-eight matches will be fired wthin a few weeks.
by the rifle teams in the coming sea- Opportunities for practice will be
e on from Feb. 22 to May 7. Mem- given when the tea rooi opens on
t jbers of these teams will be cliosen Monday, Feb. 15. Three boards with
from a squad of 30 women to be pick- checkers will be available in the te
ed from the new rifle classes. Cap- room itself, while a fourth board l
itan ,. 7i. Brcker, the rige coach will to be placed in the hal of Barbour
make the selections. The classes for
this semester are scheduled to meet
from 4 to 6 o'clock on Monday, Tues-
day, and Wednesday of each week, in
r 3 t oging, and they are open to all women
interested in rifle shooting. An am-
lected from the members. id-
President Clarence U. Little wil]
During the past semester 14 match- speak at the membership banquet of
es were shot by the rifle team, of the University Y. W. C. A. at 5:30C
twhich10 were won. The most impor- o'clock on Feb. 23 at the Methodist
tant of these was the National Inter- church.
collegiate match for women held from It will be the first membership ban-
Dec. 23 to Jan. 25. The match was jqe hc a vrbe ie o
sponsored by the national rifle associ- quet whi h has ever been given for
ation, and teams from all over the both the active and contributing mem-
entered. The results of hers of the organization. The pro-
country wereentee ereseivsd, gram will consist of a number of
the match have not yet been received, hnusical selections and a recognition
but Michigan's first team shot a totalsv e
of 2878 out of a possible 3000,while service.
the second team scored 2686 out of All members of the Y. W. C. A. are
.3000. invited to be present at the banquet.
.iAny women who are on the campus
Anotga ns the U iver ity ot t or their first semester amd who are
Dektagainsth oe Unvesityig ofsut interested in the work of the organiza-
Dakota. Both prone and sitting ps- tion are asked to come to Newberry
tions will be used, and the maten hall next week and talk with Miss
will be fired off by the same women Ruth Deemer, secretary of the Uni-
who shot on the first team in the na- versity Y. W. C. A. and they are in-
tional match. vited to come to the banquet.
Concerning riflery captain Bricker Kathryn Wilson, '26, president of
it says, "Rifle firing is a mechanical the organization will preside at the
operation which anyone who is physi- banquet and lead in the recognition
cally and mentally fit and alert can service. Doris'Glines,26, is general
f learn to do well if properly instructed. chairman.
The methods of instruction are the
same as those used in teaching any When a 50-passenger sightseeing
* mechanical operation. The student is bus, bound for Chinatown, caught fire
taught the varitus steps in their prop-
er order. She is carefully watched in Times Square, New York, observers
, and corrected whenever she starts to reported an overwhelming odor of
make a mistake. scorched fish, rubber, and hay.
h Y
We are jealous of the repu-
tation of Ddg,,Brothers
sell it. That in itself is good
and sufficient reason for
taking particular pains to
see that our Dodge Broth-
ers Used Cars are in good
order when sold.
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Doosewoyensv DeasseSLLoousenCDns

tM AKE your friends Paster to express every
laugh! Send them let- mood and thought youhave.
ters with the funny Peppd ie Put them in your diary and
Pasters - theunewest fad: memory book. Use- them for
All the rage at Mt. Holyoke, valentines, dance orders, bridge
Smith and other colleges. scores, place cards. Make a
Peppie Pas ter lamp shade. Show
Express your thoughts with your own cleverness in a hundred
'these clever little cartoons, amusing ways.


Drive For League
Membership Ends
Today is the last day for the Wo-
mens' league membership drive, con-
ducted during the past week and hav-
ing for its goal the raising of a part
of the $1,000,000 which has to be
raised before the building can be
started in 1927. That this amount is
raised in the intervening time befbre
commencement in 1927, is essential if
.the ground is to be broken in accord-
ance with the agreement with the
The board of representatives will
hold an important meeting at 9
o'clock tomorrow in room 110 of the
Women of the literary school may
get their caps and gowns at Mack and
company any afternoon between Feb.
15 and March 1.
Changes have been made in the
chorus numbers of the Junior Girls'
play and from now on rehearsals of
these choruses will be called under
the new letters. The changes are as
follows: chorus 1 to chorus A, chorus

2 to D, chorus 3 to E, chorus 6 to B, 'of Barbour gymnasium, chorus L at Florida State college for Women
chorus 8 to H chorus 11 to R chorus 5 o'clock in the parlors, chorus H at has this year organized a press club,
13 to N and chorus 14 to L, and the 7 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall
chorus formerly known as Michigan' and chorus B at 8 o'clock also it which only those are eligible who
man will be called as chorus C. Sarah Caswell Angell hall. are corresponding for some outstand-
Rehearsals for the mJunior Girls' ing news-gathering association or who
play will take place as follows today: Kappa Delta announces the pledg- are direct correspondents of some re-
chorus D at 4 o'clock in the parlors i ing of Maxine Bush, '29. putable newspaper of the state.
Joe Colle4Ce says:
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Poster Contest
To Close


All posters which have been design-
ed for the annual poster contest of
the Junior Girls' play must be given
to Helena Knapp, chairman of adver-
tising, today and the selection of the
winning poster will take place Mon-
day. The members of the central
committee will judge the posters.
Two prizes are being offered, the
first of $10 for the best poster which
will be used on the program and the
advertising posters, and the second
prize of $5.

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