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BETSY BARBOUBWR M scoe.f o Hold Intramural!
BLeetfI1 TIhe~ final date of the hockey ban- e'. For .S I~I7e S
HPIquet has been set and vil be helad tMe Fo Jwimmers
6 o clock, Dec. 7, at Joe Parkers.
LP NSIIThose attending the banquet are th On Thursday at 6:45 o'clock will
first and second class squads and the occur the first intramural swimming
winners and the runners up of the in- meet which will be held at the Mich-
close Came With Pi Beta Phi Sorority tramural hockey tournament, Betsy igan Union. The officials for this meet
PLANS ARE MADE [Q. IJunior Play Tryouts
i To Start Wednesday
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Hockey season now having endedt
Results In 2-0 Victory For Barbour and Pi Beta Phi. Miss Alice
Dormitory Players Lloyd and Miss Laurie Campbell will
be the chief speakers of the evening,
ANNUNE RANOUE1T flATE the latter announcing the all-star
Intramural hockey was concluded
yesterday when the final game of the
tournament was played yesterday
morning between Pi Beta Phi and, Bet-
sy Barbour house with the latter win-
ning by a score of 2-0. It was a bit-
terly contested game from the begin-
ning to the end and one could not
prophesy the winner until the final
whistle. Play was almost entirely
in the territory of the Betsy Barbour
tcoflm but when their opponents got
i c ball they rapidly carrier it the en-
tire leigth of the field. 11
.,si ~ Nixon. '27, and Helen Sea-
1 . '27, were the outstanding play-
ri en the Pi Beta Phi team and de-
rve special mention for their excell-
eut passing and rapid playing. Her-
ma Grabowsky, '36Ed, and Lydia
Kahn, '27, played well on the dormi-
tory team. The forward line of the
Eetsy Barbour team was especially
well organized and because of their
n ailiny to pass to one another and to
interchange positions they were able
hockey team which has been select-
ed from the class teams. Dr. Margaret
Bell will make the awards to the class
teams and will present Betsy Barbour
with the hockey cup which is now in
its permanent possession, having won
it the last three consecutive years.
Each class will have a song to con-
tribute to the entertainment. The
senior class again retain the class
championship, this they have kept
since they entered the University as
Javanese women are awakening to
the importance of possessing the vote.
They are primarily interested in their
matrimonial rights and the freedom
of choice in marriage.
At a luncheon celebrating the open-
ing of the fall automobile show in
London recently experts declared that
brunette women were better 'drivers
than their fair sisters.
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are to be, Miss Pauline Hodgson, an- all interest and enthusiasm naturally'
nouncer, Dr. Margaret Bell, starter, is extended to basketball the secend
Miss Laurie Campbell, Miss Annis major sport of W. A. A. and the phys-~
Hall, and Mrs. L. P. Van Sickle, judges cal education department. The has-t
of diving, all members of the physical ketball season officially begins tonior-
education school. The events in order row when Barbour gymnasium will be
of their appearance are as follows: open to all University women who
back stroke, side stroke, breast stroke, wish to practice for their house teams
elementary back stroke, crawl, diving from 4 o'clock on through the rest
and relay. of the afternoon.
All participants in this meet must Last year there were 32 organized
have their heart and lungs examined, house teams and the intramural bas-
and get a card from the office of ad-' ketball 'tournament was won by Kap-
visors to women. Also all athletic pa Delta who defeated Delta Delta
managers must designate on the en- Delta in the final game of teh season.
try blanks the events in which the I Regular practice will begin tolor,-
members of their house will particip-' row afternoon and from now on, prac-
ate. Those who have not complied tices will be held every Monday and
are requested to do so immediately. # Wednesday from 3 o'clock to 6 o'-
Iclock. All University women whotare
Mrs. Sophia Elliott Lynn, Britain's planning to pl'ay on any team must be
pioneer air woman, declares that it is at Barbour gymnasium at 4 o'clockk
easier to drive an airplane than an tomorrow, for information call HelenC
automobile. Beaumont, 21114.
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Tryouts for Junior Girls" play will
begin Wednesday, Dec. 8, and continue
until Saturday noon. Women may try
out on Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri-
(ay from 3 until 6 o'clock, and Satur-
day morning from 9 until 12 o'clock.
T.Whose trying out for a chorus part
nre asked to have a short song and a
dance. Groups of not more than three N O T I C E S
'people should try out tor these parts.
For a speaking part, there should be
a short speaking selection, a song, and The regular discussion group of the
a dance. 1Y. W. C. A. will meet at 4 o'clock to
Women trying for men's parts are morrow.
asked not to come dressed in men's Mortar Board will meet at 9:45 o'-
clothes for first tryouts, and it is ad- clock today at Martha Cobk building.
vised that songs used should not be All girls who wish to write music
simple, well-known college scags. All for the Junior Girls' play are asked
junior women who are eligible, are to come to a meeting at 4:30 o'clock
Gurged to try out. this afternoon, at 702 Forest avenue.
Mr. K. S.
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Anatolian Mats from $3.95 to $15
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