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THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TIE SCORIS JLTIOWA DORMITORY S ST
AMES, Iowa. March 30.-Plans for
'the erection of a new dormitory for NIPUI
women, similar to the one already
existing have been selected at Iowa
Last Minute DAket Takes Victory State University and the Bcard of :Anual Ball Not Primarily Fancy Dress
From ltaipt - Delta In Final Education hopes to begin construction ; at Comrnittee Urges Costumes
Gaue During Carnival I within a few months: Many women To Fulfil Tradition
who are now housed in lodges will be!
MORE THAN 400 LOOK ON asked to transfer to the new building HONORARIES PLAN STUNTS
when it is completed while the old
residences are being reconstructed. It l Attention of all women on cam-
One of the most spectacular and is expected to have the new dormi- opus is being centered on the Fancy
exciting games of the intramural bas- tory completed within two years. Dress ball, one of the League's big-
ketball season was played last night, ~~~-~--~-~--~- Des bal , h Leagu e
when Zeta T'au Alpha and Kappa the evening, one of the most famous place from 8 until 11 o'clock tomor-
Delta played a tie game, 27 to 27, in was the lady with three feet which at c row in Barbour gymnasium. n
the final game of the season. More tracted much attention, and this v:orld In previous years this has been the
than 400 interested spectators wit- wide famous freak turned out to be a occasion for a riot of colorful present-
nessed the game ,which was the main girl holding a yard stick. For one ations of fantastical ideas. This
feature of the Penny Carnival held penny people could see the biggest year, however, the committee has
last evening in Barbour, gymnasium. lobster on earth, .n Arabian donkey, asked that no money be spent on cos-
Both teams played excellent games, and the funniest man in the world, tumes, but that each woman give 50
and though hard fought and rough but soon discovering that it was their cents, the total sum from each house
at times,; both displayed very good own relection in a cleverly devised being presented at the ball. The mon-
passing. mirror. ey will go directly to the League
The scores ran very close through Maany otlinr amusements were of- building fund. Instead of the usual
out the entire game, the score at the fered for the entertainment of more I prizes for the prettiest or cleverest
half being 16 to 12 in favor of Kap- than 700, and it is hoped that the costumes, which featured former par-
pa Delta. The basket which tied the carnival has proved itself so popular ties, two prizes will be given tomor-
game was made in the last minute of that it will come another year. row night for the best presentation

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of the money from each house. One ALL-STAR TEAMS NO T I C E S of three dolars today. This fee
prize will go to the winner of pre- grantsthe prmle e of playing-oil
sentations representing houses with WILL Pl-" LA Y T O A Y - 3,T gra
more than 25 students; the other to Members of Mortar Board will meet a
houses with less than 25 students. All-star academic and major basket- at 5:30 o'clock at the home of Myra tion time in June.
Although the committee has asked ball teams will compete at 4:15 O'- F. Dreyfus, 820 McKinley. to practice There will be a meeting of the
that no money be sepnt on costumes, clock today at Barbour gymnasium.I sFsBeard of Directors of the League a.
they are anxious that all who attend This ga their stunt for the Fancy Dress party.e is expected to be espe- 9:30 o'clock Saturday in 110 Library.
come dressed in some costume effect cially exciting as each player has All Physical Education women who There will be a meting of the Boar(l
so that the tradition of the ball may been selected according to her i All Phycaln Educti woitien w o- Teresibe a tmeting o ' ok
be retained, particularly for future dividual ability as well as. her team s are electing golf for their outdoor of Reauresentatives at 10:30 'clock
events. work by instructors of physical ed- sport are asked to bring their fee Saturday in 110 Library.
In addition to the presentation of ucation. At 5 o'clock the faculty of -
money, stunts will be staged by mem- the physical education school will
bers of the freshman and sophomore play a pitked academic team. Direct-E
classes, while the juniors and seniors ly after the games the players will ,THE MAD..RY LOUISE SHOP
will be represented by stunts given by attend the basketball banquet at the
Wyvern, Mortarboard and Senior So- j Phi Beta Phi house which will of- (In the Arcade)
ciety, respectively. There will be a ficially close the basketball season. a
prize for the best stunt. Theclass team standings to date Offers a new and snappy assortment of ms
Houses are asked to come promptly are as follows: Senior majors, .855;e a
at 8 o'clock since the judging will be- junior majors, .855; junior academics, bags to complete that Easter -array.
gin immediately. Dancing will follow .714; sophomore majors, .571; sopho- Also a large assortment of
the judging and stunts, with Bob more majors, .571; sophomore acad-
Bowers' orchestra furnishing the mus- emics, .426; and freshman academics, EASTER CARDS
1c. Refreshments will also be served. .426; senior academics and freshman
Among the faculty women who will majors have the same standing with
judge the contest are Miss Grace .142. -
Richards, Mrs. Louise B. Hastings, iTe juniors won in class standing ___
Miss Ellen Stevenson, Mrs. J: XW. Brad-,I with .784, seniors and sophomores tied !
shaw, Mrs. A. M. Schule, Mrs. A. S. for second place with .50, freshmen
Whitney, Miss Frances Broene, and 1were third with .2S4.
Mrs E. H. Kraus. \
_TEXAS-The Honor council has )
TEXAS-The university is to have jurisdiction over all cases of drunk-
a Dads'-Mothers' day. enness at university dances.j!
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play by Zeta Tau Alpha, which gives l
these two teams first place in the
intramuralStour"ament. This is the
first time that Zeta Tau Alpha has
been runner-Up in intramural play,
and this mak9s the second year in
succession that Kappa Delta has
competed for'the championship, win-
ning from Delta Delta Delta last year.
The line-up for the game was as fol-
lows:
Zeta Tau Alpha Kappa Delta
M. Reine........F.. ...E. Ogborn
M. J. Buenting.. F.......M. MacNally
A. Felske .......C..........J. Jones
M. Knight .....S. C.......N. Hoover
M. Ohlson.......G......M. Davidson
J. Mottier......G......... GAppelt
Sub. Elsie Townsend,
Brilliant lights, hurrying crowds,
bright colored booths, crepe paper,
painted posters, noise, and confusion
characterized the atryosphere of the
penny carnival which came to town
list night for the first time in all its
glory, and displayed its booths, freaks,
side shows, and sold its pink lemon-
ade and lolly pops at Barbour gym-,
nasium which was decorated for the
occasion. Only pennies were accepted.
Fortune tellers Nwere much in evi-
dence, imported from China, and from
the pirate ships of the dark, and
spooky seas, who foretold many sec-
rets of the future. Many mysterious
holes and boxes could be peered into
at a penny a peep; one especially at-
tracted much attention, which was
labeled with the forbidding sign, "for
men over 16.only."
Enticing prizes. were won for hit-.
ting nigger babies and throwing bean
bags. The side shows were the hit of

,.. Spring Scarfs
The brightest and most
fascinating bits of silk. You
must have one to complete
your Spring Coat or your
Tailleur. The new ones
jo are chic and different. They
make the costume.
The Rubley Shoppe
"IN THE ARCADE"

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EXQUISITE
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Easter Frocks
As Easter time approaches, a
girl feels the urge of a new frock
-something with the spirit of
Spring in it.
Frocks for all occasions.
Nothing over $15
Petite Frocke Shoppe
308 Maynard *t. Near the "Maj."
"Out of the Way,
But Less to Pay"

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Chic Gloves for Easter
What's the Easter parade without fresh gloves
to complete the new costume? And what is
more fitting than a smart little cuff glove
-ruffled-embroidered-compose effects-
in all anew Spring shades.

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Novelty Silk Gloves
Fancy Kid Gloves

$1.50 to $3 a
- $2.95 to $4.50 a

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At Riders Pen Shop
They are going fast

Company of International Artists
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA
Seats Now - - Orchestra, $2.75
Balcony-First Four Rows $1.20, Second Four Rows $1.65,
Remainder, $1.10

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C. M. HAYDEN

s 1 - insurance salesman to store manager
"Like the average undergraduate in and then work fqr a 5 and l0c store
college, I could not definitely decide company?'
what I should do after graduating. Nevertheless, made the change and
The best advice I could get was to have been absolutely sold on my
go into business with a large, growing choice ever since. Opportunities
concern. A year spent with insur- have been even greater than antici-
ance companies showed me that pated. Today, after ten years of
years of work would bring me only steady climbing, I see still greater
a nominal income. opportunities ahead.
To me, the Kresge Company is the
The most promising business for me finest Company there is to work for,
seemed to be the Kresge chain store and the fellow who will take
business, but my friends and family responsibility, will get all that he can
said,'Why spend four years in college handle." C. M. Hayden.
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Grow with
Within a few short years, the S. S. Kresge Com-
pany has grown from a small beginning to a
great chain of almost 400 stores doing more
than $130,000,000 business annually.
And the possibilities have hardly been tapped!
We, are opening new stores as fast as we can
find competent men to manage them. And we
are looking to the colleges for future executive
material.
If you are willing to start at a small salary and to
work hard as you advance, step by step, a digni-
fied, highly paid position awaits you as manager
of one of our stores. And then your growth is
as unlimited as is the growth of this business.
If you want to grow with this growing business,
write now to our Personnel Department. An
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