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STARTS TODAY WITH __SCHEDULE THIS WEEK..............
INTERCLA ATCHES tzmsai Fquipping Of Rihle Range in lase-
iment Of New Field House )ill
Geneal R eheasals any others who plan to enter it are Laura Joslyn at 22217.
General rehearsals reesdtob
reuested""o present in costume St. Anrews guildof St. Andrew's
open On Annual when the class meets at 4 o'lock on church will hold its annual bridge
-] Wednesday. For the present the party at 2:30 o'clock, Friday., Feb.
Junior Girls' x y 'lass will be held in Sarah CaswelljoinHrshal ymeNb i,
1~o G rs'P ayc e-"10, in Harris haUt Anyone who is
Angell hall, unable to attend' at this time will
G~enieraI rehearsals for both the W. A. A. executive board will meet find another game at 4 o'clock. The,
at 6:15 o'clock tonight at Cozy Cor- tickets are 50 cents apiece and two
speaking cast and choruses of the ner Tea Room. dollars a table. Players are expected
24th ,nuual Junior Girls' Play, "For Anyone interested in selling candy to bring their own cards. Students
The Love Of Pete," will be held at at the Women's League candy booth will be chaperoned by Mrs. Louis
5 o'coa -dav -.--- o= n in University hall is asked to call Hall and Mrs. Robert Wenley.
MAJORS AND ACADEMICS OF ALL"
FOUR CLASSES WILL MEET
CHOOSE SQUAD MEMBERS
Stanitng O, Each Class n eet Will
BcDetermined By Sccess
Of Both Its Teams
With the announcement of the
regular squads to represent the var-
ious classes in the annual interclass
basketball tournament, the class
competition will swing into action,
the first games of the tournament to
be played 9ff this afternoon. At 4
o'clock the sophomore academics
will be matched against the senior
academics while the senior ma-
jor team will play a combined
team of Treshrman and sophomore
major teamsters. At 5 o'clock the
junior academics are scheduled to
meet the freshman academics. The
junior major team will not get into
action today. The election of team
captains is to take place immediate--
ly preceding the -games.
The standing of each class in the
tournament is to be determined by
the success of both of the teams re-
presenting it, an undefeated major
and an undefeated academic, team in
the same class will automatically
give that class the championship.
Individual standing of an academic
or major team will not determine
the standing of the class in the uni-
versity championship running. .
The selection of the regular team
players which took place before ex-
aminations, was made on a basis of
ability, with positions not being.
awarded to any candidate who had
not attended five regular team prac-
tises. As a result of the final se-
lections berths on the various sixes
were awarded as follows: Freshylan
Majors - Esther Koch, Blanche
Deutch, Nancy O'Neill, Clara Parkin-
son, Frances Nussbaum, Hilda Fel-
ske. Freshman Academic- Margar-
et Eaman, Elizabeth Wood, Phyllis
Moore, Catherine Hard, Flora
Schaefer, Ruth Marshall, Ruth Tay-
lor, MarianLocke, Roberta Reed,
Sophomore Major-Francis Bielby,
Alice Crane, Marjorie Nuffly, Edna
May Schaller, Peg Goff, Arlienne
Heilman. Sophomore Academi -
Margaret Ohlron, Margaret Sibley,
Dorothy Bloom, Margaret +. Stahl,I
Doris Renkenberger, Helen Harter,
Frances Sackett, Marjorie Iollmer,
Peg Buch, Gertrude Smith.
Junior Major-Francis Miller, Al-
letta Morton, .,Janet Jones, Rose
Strasser, Ann Zauer, Jeannette Saur-
born, Alice Urban, Tilly Schmid.
Junior Academic- Florence Neyier,
Louise 'Cooley, Ellen Grinnell, Thel-
ma Levine, Cynthia Hawkins, Vir-
ginia Temant, Marie Hartwig, Esther
Middlewood, Merle Raine, Nellie
Senior Major - Eunice Child,
Helen Beaumont, Marva Hough,
Eleanor Treadwell, Martha Robin-
son, Gladys Appelt, Nellie Hoover,
Sarah Bonine, Julia Mottier. Senior
Academic - Audrey Wright, Lois
Parks, Kathryn Francis, Sylvia
Baird, Laura Osgood, Arlene Uns-
worth, Ellen Groff, Jane Folsom.
KEEP YOUNG MEN
FROM BAD HABITS
To keep the young men and women
off the streets, out of saloons, and
from reading trashy books, the' ward
in Berlin known as Friedrichshain has
hit upon the idea of running a young
Every night a 'show is to be offered
at the "Jugnedbuehne" which will for
the present be located in the auditor-
ium of one of the larger public schools.
Admission is free to the young peo-
ple of all classes.' Actors and actress-
er are supplied from the numerous
theaters of the city; later the district
theater will probably have its own
It Is hoped that the free theater
will prove so attractive that the young
men and women in the ward.
BOOK OF CONDUCT
Recently there was found in the
Harvard university archives a book
of the rules of conduct for "young
ladies of Mount Holyoke in the year
1834" which shows that college in
those days was a serious affa:: or
One regulation forbade Mount Ho?-
yoke studarits reading the Atlantic
Monthly, Shakespeare, Scott, Robinson
Crusoe and "other immoral works." A
~second rule prohibited young women
fron associating with "gentlemen ac-
quaintances" unless they happened to
be "returned missionaries or agents
of benevolent societies." Added to
these restrictions each woman student
Who is =Dean of
Women at the
University of Indiana,
has taken tivo
Be Completed soon
TEN PARTICIPATE IN MATCH
Opening the rifle season this week,
the women's rifle team will shoot
the first five of the intercollegiate
matches which have been scheduled
for this year. The colleges with
which the Michigan team is to com-
pete this week are Drexel Institute,
the University of Oklahoma, the Un-
iversity of Gettysburg, DePauw uni-
versity, and the University of South
Dakota. Four of these matches will
be shot in prone position, and the
match with the University of Okla-
homa will be in prone, sitting, and
Among prominent Michigan alum- lege, where she held an instructor-
nae is Miss Agnes E. Wells, '03, who ship and worked toward her mas-
is dean of. women at the University ter's degree. In 1916 she returned
.of Indiana. Miss Wells was born in to Michigan to serve-as social direc-
Saginaw on Jan. 4, 1876. She took tor of the Helen Newberry Resi-
her first year of college work at dence. From December until June
Bryn Mawr, but'came to Ann Arbor of the following year she left Michi-'
to complete her course. After teach- gan to fill a vacancy at the Universi-
ing for a year in the Crystal Falls ty' of Indiana. At the present time
high school, Miss Wells went to Du- she is dean of women there, besides
luth, where she taught mathematics. holding a professorship in nmathe4
She became head of the department matics.
there and remained in that position Miss Wells was president of the
until 1914. INational Association of Deans of
After her experience as a teacher, Women in 1924, and since 1925 she
Miss Wells enrolled in Carlton col- has been vice-president of the Amer-
icap Association of University Wo-
CAGERS TOURNEY men. In 1924 she obtained her Ph.
CONTIS P AY D. from the University. She is a
C TI UE Pmember of Phi Beta Kappa. Miss
hContinuing the eminating con- Wells has written a book entitled,
tpreliminary to the intramural- "A Dormitory That Is A Home."
basketball tournament which was I This book discusses the .problerms
opsketbas tursemeertheeroundsand the difficulties encountered by
opened last semester, three rounds the social director of a dornmitory.
of gam-es were scheduled to lie play- -soadie rofa rmt
ed yesterday. Theta Phi Alpha was4
to meet Martha Cook at 4 o'clock,'Entertaied Faculty
Delta Gamma and Pi Beta Phi anm E'F
Delta Delta Delta and Chi Omega W omen Feb. 2 at Tea
were paired to play at 5 o'clock, and
Betsy Barbour and Alpha Epsilon Mrs. Clarence 'Cook Little enter-
Iota were scheduled to meet Adelia tained the Faculty Wonmen's Club at
Cheever and Alpha Gamma Sigma tea on Feb. 2 at her home. Mrs. Lit-
respectively at 7:30. tle and Mrs. Henry M. Bates, presi-
This is the third week of the clin- dent of the club, received the guests.
inating play. The system of A and Nearly 200 members attended the
B tournaments that has been used affair.
in the past will determine cham'pions 1 M r T T rqIliirli-.v 1
kneeling positions. one of the three general meetings.
The scores made by the compet- S'cholastic eligibility will then be
ing teams are transmitted by either checked and women who do not
mail or telegraph. If by mail, the qualify will be notified accordingly.
scores must be in the mails by 6
o'clock in the afternoon of the last ILLINOIS.-Students must wait un-
day of the week in which the match- til they enter college to join sororities
es are fired. This means that the or fraternities since organizations of
shooting of this week's matches such kind will be strictly banned in
must be completed on Saturday, Feb. accordance to the statute prohibiting
11. high school secret societies next UL T
A team of ten women participates semester.
in the matches, the five highest -OD rCatis _t aux
scores being counted. The team NOTICES
which will do the firing this wetl' There will be a regular meeting of ury 'since it assures many
will be chosen from a squad con- Portia literary society at 7:15 o'clockof
sisting of the following women: ~ tonight. All members are requested seasons
iam Hosmer, '28Ed. Captain, Merle to be present. Election of officers ultrtlish as
Raine, '29, Manager, Maurine Jones, will be held and dues for the last well as ultra-Comfortable wear.
'28L, Julia Mottier, '28Ed, Rowena semester and this term will be collect- Many of our splendid models are
Stillman, '28, Gertrude Benham, '28 ed.
Ed, Irene Cook, 29, Marie Fichtel, 3 no more costly than elaborately
'28, Eleanor Short, '29, Eleanor Cor Ttere will be a meeting of the com-t
ell, '29, Helen Clinton, '30, Elsie mittee for the League teas which are
-auschild, '29 Ed, and Martha Boel- h being spon'sored by the Undergraduate
mer, '31Ed. Campaign conmittee at 4 o'clock
The equipping of the rifle range in Thursday in the parlors of Barbour
the basement of the new women's gymnasium. This will be an import-
field house is now being completed ant meeting and all members of the 222 S. Main Phone 4161
and it is expected that the range committee are required to be present.
will be ready for use inside of a
month, according to a statement All those who signed up as nem-
from the physjcal department. hers of the elective fencing class or
of the winning and the losing tour-
Yesterday's battles include some
of the strongest sixes in the tour-
ney. Among those who are sure to
appear in the final games of the
tournament and who will undoubted-
ly make strong bids for the chain-
ionship of the campus are Martha
Cook and Betsy Barbour. The dor-
mitory players look even better this
year than they did in last year's
tourney, and that is' saying a great
deal. Both teams have several stars
from the imajor school, with the ad-
vantage slightly on Martha Cook's
side. The future of both teams in
the tournament promises to be ex-
ceptionally interesting and especially
so if the two ever -meet in a game.
V1a. 1.a l 1 , 11:. 01 y
Smith, Mrs. Alexander Ruthven, and
Mrs. Bradley Davis poured tea. They
were assisted by Mrs. Steven At-
wood, Mrs. William Downs, ' Mrs.
Paul Washke, Mrs. Werner Bach-
mnan, Mrs. Robert Breakey, Mrs.
Robert Swain, Mrs. Harold Winkler,
and Mrs. Theron Hill, all members
of the Newcomers section.
The decorations were4 of yellow
and orchid tulips and pink rose-
Asummer f uropeantavel
ladies. Apply with references to
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aCObson's Half Yearly Clearance!
In the interests of making room for the hundreds of new arrivals we have selected
garments from our regular stocks for imme diate clearance. The wise woman willido
well to inspect these various values. This clearance surpasses in every respect any
similar event ever held at this store. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday we offer-
Ad sralh deposit and monthly payments will insure
tand store these coats until next season.