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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1928

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CARD PARTIES EAfl Newly Invented Music Rolls Will Be
Unusual Aid To Students, Says Moore'
STherecent acquisition of 150 new story is also given. This explanation
audiographic music rolls for use inw . s iv b Tr C H G i f

Auual Affair Today Interests Entire
City; Is Sponsored
By A. A. U W.
PLACES ARE STILL OPEN
Today is the lay on which all AnnI
Arbor is playing cards for the benefit
of the Women's league. This "com-
.munity card party" is an annual af-
fair sponsored by the American Asso-
ciation of University Women, and to-
day's entertainment is the fourth of
its kind to be held here. Seventeen
homes, inclu'ding that of Mrs. Clar-
ence Cook Little, are being opened
to accommodate the hundreds of
guests who are expected to attend.
The card playing is by no .means'
restricted to faculty members, but
anyone in Ann Arbor who is interest-
ed may attend. Places are still open
at the homes of Mrs. Rosseau and
Mrs. Patterson. Reservations for these
places may be made today by calling
either of the two hostesses or the of-
fices of the Alumnae council.
The hostesses who are opening
their homes to accommodate the card
players are as follows: Mrs. Clarence
Cook Little, Mrs James Breakey, Mrs.
George W. Patterson, Mrs. W. D.
Henderson, Mrs. E. R. Sunderland,
Mrs. Theophile Klingman, Mrs. A. J.
Rousseau, Mrs. Shirley W. Smith,
Mrs. Dean Myers, Mrs. T E. Rankin,
Mrs. R,. B. Hlowell, MrsFranklin
Shull, Mrs. Carl Gehring, Mrs. Max
AWinkler, Mrs. Otto Haisley, Mrs. R.
Bishop Canfield, and Mrs. Earl Dow.
Playing this afternoon will begin
at 2:30 o'clock There will also be
playing this evening beginning at 8
o'clock at the homes of Mrs Kling-
man, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Rankin, and
Mrs. Haisley.
Since refreshments and all accom-
modations are being provided by the
various hostesses, the receipts from
the entertainment will be clear profit
for the Women's league. A charge of
$3 per table is- being made, and guests
are requested to bring their own play-
ing cards.
NOTICES
The card parties for the benefit of
the Women's league will begin at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon and at 8
o'clock tonight. Reservations for
the places still open may be made by
calling the offices of the Alumnae-
council.
The following games in intra-mural
basketball tournament will be played
today at 4 o'clock: Alpha Gamma
Delta vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi and Helen
Newberry vs. Zeta Tau Alpha. At 5
o'clock Phi Gamma Mu is scheduled
to play the freshman Medic team
while Phi Sigma Sigma and Hillel
Foundation are paired. All games
promise to be evenly matched and it
is urged that a large number of
spectators attend.

uas gvenboatoryw.rk nrinnell y ..
Pr fessorlabor t y work, dairectunced the Grinnell music house in Detroit,
Lhe University Schol of Music, will where the equipment was purchased.
prove of unusual value to the students "Many of the greatest art galleries
j in musical appreciation. "Already, have offered reproductions of their
the class is full to overflowing," collections to be used as illustrations,
Prof. Moore announced. "The room
70 students there are 130 en- while many of the worlds most famous
rolled." artists have made exclusive contracts
The rolls have been devised by the for the making and annotating of
makers of Duo-Art pianos. Their these rolls. The invention," he con-
first value lies in the fact that the
master musicians themselves have tind "is rimarilyeforsclass raom
made and interpreted them. As he woik. 'ts great value lies in the fact
plays the selection, the notes, the that it will enable the average person
tempo, the pressure, each medium of to understand and appreciate the
expression that he use's, is recorded, works of grcat composers without
and five minutes after the rendering, spending a life time in study."

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alr[lTLPlAHC RTO RICANS RESEMBLE SPANIARDS Class Teams Engage
L.. CUSTOMS, SAYS FOREIGN STUDENT 'In Corpetition For
Yes, my home is in Porto Rico," beauty of chosen, and the day is full Court Championship
smiled Judith Jimenez, "and as you of strange fancy costumes, and color,
sugest, the customs there are rather aints days' that are celebrated Interclass basketball started yes-
"Will you be my valentine?" That's different from those in America.' with fireworks. terday in Barbour Gymnasium with
what everybody's asking now, saying She thought a moment, then con- "One chief difference I have no- three games, two at 4 o'clock, senior
it with flowers, candy, parties, and all tinued. "Spanish custoirs prevail, and ticed between my country and yours, academics vs. sophomore academics
sorts of delightful things. as in Snain, the women are very is that people here are always in a and senior majors vs. freshman and
Next Friday afternoon the Woman's closely guarded all through their hurry. We take life more easily. Per- sophomore majors, and at 5 o'clock,
tatto tlie. An unmarried woman or girl haps that is due to the climate. Porto junior academics vs. freshman aca-
league will ask that question too, at1 Rico, you know, is in the tropics. demic. The score in the senior aca-
4:15 o'clock in Sara CasweYl Angell e goy any e m ncuerner. es, we speak Spanish. But our dress demic-sophomore academic game at
hall. It is then that the organization I may have n ths in h is just like yours, modified, of course the half was 16-2 in favor of the
,wnz home, andI may have those only . .
will sponsor its Valentine party, and when some member of the family is to suit our clmatic conditions. I said sophomores. At first fouls were made
every woman on campus is invited. conspicuously present. But we do we were mostly S'panish. The popu- on both sides and the passing was
Everything is free, so you're sure to have our social contacts. It is the lation there is three per cent pure poor, but after the half the game
custom every day for every boy in negro, and 22 ner cent mulatto. All showed more skill The final score
have a good timegn tthe rest is pure Spanish." was 28-14 in favor of the sophomores.
Dancing will begin prompt'y, to theI town, and for every girl -- closelyThgaebwenh snrm-
tune ot Edna iMower's jazzy oi'('esL "a. c'haperoned by her fam'riiy-to walk - The game between the senior ma-
in tEa rszyrhhpu by erzaan ythreagir Nine fur coats were among the per- jors and the combined team of fresh-
If you can't stay all afternoon come i the publi p-laza, and there, a girl razed the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority man and sophomore majors was much
for awhile anyway, if only for the is permitted to meet a friend and to sonal belongings lost in the fire which nore evenly matched and exciting
shortest peek. Decorations will 1e in walk with him slightly in advance of house at Michigan State last week. There were no side centers in the en-
3ccordance with the spirit of the her family. The total loss in clothing and other tr gd thi de th k f
party and you will want to see them. "You say you hardly know how to telongings was estimated at more t game,an isma der wo fsteor
Refreshments will be served around question me; and I hardly know how than $20,000.
5 o'clock. As usual, that part of the to tell you about things so you can rThe score at the half was 4-6 in favor
program is a big secret-but what see them. You see, even in this coun- _ __ _of the seniors, the final score being
sort of eats do they always serve on try, I follow in a somewhat modi- 22-16 in favor of the seniors.
St. Valentine's day? One could al- fled way our own customs." PLAY POSTERS lDUE The line up is as follows:
most promise ice cream and red heart "There is another thing too, which Sophomore
candies. If you have any other ideas, is very different from your customs. I Posters that are being sub- I and Freshman Senior Miajors
then you'd better put in your orders Women are chaperoned even when mitted in the contest for the I Muffley.......R.F............ Child
early. they are engaged, until the day the Junior Girls' Play are due by 4 I Koch...........L.F....... Beaumont
Bring all your friends. If you have marriage is per formed. 'We have our o'clock, Friday, Fe b. 10. They Bielby .. .... . .. .C... .. .. .. .. Mottler
never been to a League paIty now is a dances too, but they are inter-family are to be turned in to Betty i H eilman .......R.G....... Treadwell
good time to begin. If you come once affairs. They are very much fun. And Smithers at Betsy Barbour dor- I Boehmer.. .....L.G....... Robinson
you will want to come again; exper- vie have, oh such icturesque fes- mitory. Information regarding I The game at 5 o'clock between
ience has proven this to be true.'ss h e the contest may be obtained freshman and junior academic teams
Th a t s i h r e o le i .vals. Perhaps you have heard of I t e c n e t m y b bt i e r s m n a d ju i r a de c t am
The party is in charge of Ellethe Mardi Gras? I think I miss those from June Marshall at 9517. Cwas evenly matched and showed good
Groff, '28, chairman of the social co- a hini e
Geff '8,chiranofth scil on-more than anything else. A queen of i playing on the part of both teams.

the roll is brought back ready for the
artist to place in the margin in words,
the meaning of the interpretations
he has used. At the beginning of the
roll is given the story of the com-
pose r and his picture. When' the
music is that of an opera, the opera
Easily Won Games
Advance Schedule
In Cagers Tourney
Betsy Barbour dormitory and Delta
Delta Delta sorority won easy vic-
tories over Adelia Cheever and Chi

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There is another. phase of the de-
vice that the School of Music has not
as yet purchased, but is, according to'
Professor Moore, contemplating when
it has been perfected for the upright
as well as the grand piano. This
part of the devise is called the pro-
jector, and Mr. Grinnell demonstrated
it. It is made to fit on top of the
Duo Art electrical pianos, and con-
sists of mirrors so arranged as to
throw on a screen a reflection of all
that is on the roll as it unwinds. The
benefit here lies chiefly in the fact
that many may appreciate the full
significance of music.
The whole of the musical world, say
both Mr. Grinnell and Professor
Moore. is watching the development

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Omega in the first games to be play- o e n nk tr
- of tihe invention with keen interest.
ed in the intramural basketball tour- Already, the rolls have been trans-
nament after the examination period. lated into five different languages,
Betsy Barbour piled up a score of while the idea, is sponsored by the
54-25 against their opponents while chief musician's, composers, and
Delta Delta Delta came out on the musical schools of Britain, France,
large end of a 34-17 count. Spain, Germany, Belgium, and Amer-!
In the other two games scheduled ica. "We allrbelieve that the rolll
on the day's play,, Theta Phi Alpha and projector are going to revolution-
defaulted to Martha Cook dormitory ize the teaching and the appreciation
and Pi Beta Phi defaulted to ;Delta of music," Mr. Grinnel concluded.
Gamma. I -______
The teams that took the oor on NORMAN, Okla.--To avoid the "line's
Thenaserhadtook upelooraonairybusy" signal, two University of Okla-
Mhoma students have installed a priv-
large representation from the class ate telephone instrument in the room
squads. Delta Delta Delta's six head- at one nstruenineaoom
of one of their feminine favorites.j
ed the list with four class stars on The telephone is for the exclusive useC
its team. of the two couples.
The intramural games will be con- -_I
tinned this afternoon with four games T ,n mn do'ftetnat of'the

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Discard ScholarshipI
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Sorority Elections
Having decided that sororities are
social and not scholastic organiza-
tin's, the inter-sorority council of New
York State college for Teachers has
abolished all scholarship require-
ments heretofore necessary for elec-'
tion.
Any woman may be elected regard-
less of her 'scholastic average. This
change in rules has the support of
President A. R. Brubacher who thinks
1"the main purpose of sororities is to
provide the best housing conditionsl
and the best possible social life."

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scheduled to be played at 4 and 5
o'clock in Barbour gymnasium. Spec-
tators are welcomed.
Following are the line-ups of the
teams that played on Monday:
Delta Delta Delta CIi Omega
Francis ........ R.F ..........Muff ley
Haney...........L.F........... Crane
Lutes..........J.C.......... LeRoy
Renkenberger . . S.C........... Sibley
Unsworth ...... R.G......... Mitchell
Groff..........L.G.......... Rehrig
Betsy Barbour Adelia Cheever
Wright......... R.F........... Fisher
Miller ..........L.F ... "........Baird
Shook ..........J.C......... Spencer
Strasser.........S.C....... Friedrich
Smither........ R.G........... Steen
(Looney)
Mattson........L.G........ Soehrens

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Lappland though the race as a whole
is not particularly active.

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