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PpO DESppS'Resumes Role In Geological Sorority Attendance At Rehearsals Imperative
LfUN PRUSSES "Great Catherine" Initiates Members For Members Of Junior Girls' Play B
atA f'f l Nil At 1 eetin x Jan. 31 W t i th.r1'sali c(on!iunually uik'g McChre, Beulah NanInson, As

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Members of the outdoor club of W.

With the announcement that tryouts

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Alpha Epsilon Phli Defeats Alpha am-
ma Delta 33-7; Zeta Tau Alpha
Defeats Helen Newberry, 16-13
WIN BY FAST PLAYING;
Intramural basketball games played
yesterday at 4 o'clock in Barbour
gymnasium, resulted in victories for y..>.
Alpha Epsilon Phi from Alpha Gam-
ma Delta and for Zeta Tau Alpha
from Helen Newberry. At the begin-1
ning of the second half the playing
warmed up considerably. The final
score was 33-7 in favor of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi.
The game between Helen Newberry
and Zeta Tau Alpha was one of the
closest yet played in the tournament.
At the half the score was tied 7-7 and
at the end of the third quarter it was
11-9 in favor, of Helen Newberry, but
in the last two and a half minutes of
the last quarter, Zeta Tau Alpha did "
some fast playing so the final score MisAmy Loomis, '23
was. 16-13. The two teams were even-
ly matched and the game was con- Amy Loomis, '23, and for two yearsj
sistently close and exciting, and it director of the annual Junior Girls'
will be remembered that Zeta Tau play until she became leading lady
Alpha tied for first place in last with the Rockford Players, has in-
year's tournament. The original line-
up i isfollws:proved so rapidly under the care of
up is as follows:
Helen Newberry Zeta Tau Alpha 1Dr. Coller of the University hospital
Schmidt ...,....RF........... Raine that she is able to return to the con-
Abbott .......... LF.......... Black pany at the Whitney in her old role
McCredie........C........... Olsen of Catherine II in Bernard Shaw's
Abbott.........SC.......... Saylor I
Robinson .......RG-.......... Mottier popular "Great Catherine."
Skutt ..........LG.........Gustine "Great Catherine" has the record
for the longest run of any play in Ann
Arbor, having played some 23 per-j
Vermont Is Home formances in Ann Arbor alone; and
Miss Loomis' work as the tempera-
Of W omen's College mental Russian queen in Shaw's
_______famous burlesque is said to be her
Dr. James C. Colgate president of finest work.
the board of trustees of Colgate uni- "Great Catherine," in fact, was the
versity, Hamilton, N. Y., has donated play which really started the renewed
a site for a new women's college at interest in dramatics on the campus.
Bennington, Vermont. This college Scheduled for two performances in
will be non-coeducational and will January of 1925 it quickly ran into
cater to the popular demand for a four, six and eight performances, fol-
modern system of education for wom- lowed by a spring revival; then a
en, with especial emphasis on honor's state-wide tour through Michigan and

Initiation cerenionies for members
of Chi Upsilon, honorary geological
sorority, of which the Gamma chapter
has recently been founded at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, were held 'Ves-
clay evening, January 21, with the fol-
lowing being initiat, d : Jeanette
Wendell, '28, Louise Bush, '23, Mar-
garet Stearns, '29, Ruth Berner, '29,
and Catherine Dawson, '29.
Chi Upsilon is an honorary sorority
for w men working in geology, pale-
ontology, mineralogy, geography, and
allied sciences and was established at
the University of Oklahoma in 1920.
There were at that time seven wom-
en majeiring in geology. Mrs. Fred
M. Bullard a member of the Chapter
at Oklahoma says, "The sorority was
organized to establish a companion-
ship among the women in a work
where they were outnumbered many
times by men, to create an incentive
for further study and research for
women, and to bind the women to-
gether for their common interest in a
jn1ew field.
"At this time the development of
the Mid-Continent field was progress-
ing so rapidly that there was a great
demand for geologists in offices, field
and laboratory. This growth was re-
flected in the geology departments of
the universities of the southwest and
the women in these -schools responded
readily to the demands of the
Science."
The University of Texas also boast-
ed of seven girls majoring in geology
and in 1921, Beta chapter of Cli
Upsilon was installed there.
Since that date, according to Mrs.
Bullard, "many women have :entered
and passed successfully through the
department of geology in these two
schools, finding at the end of the
course positions of many kinds, which
paid well and offered, an interesting
and profitable work. Furthermore,
several of th se women lave miicle
names for themselves by p)ublishing
on problems they have worked out,
by the nature of the position, and by
the responsibility exhibited in hand-
ling the work as a 'science and a busi-
ness."
FRESHMEN WIN IN
GAME BY MARGIA
In the interclass basketball game
between the freshman and the jun-
ior acadene teams T'uesday at 5
o'clock in Barbour gymnasium, the
Freshman team came out victorious
with a score of 31-29. The game it
cli' was fast, and the plays were
speedy.

placea id st r'n prlctice as the
main thought of 1 art:Ci pens O
the Junior( Irls' la "For te Love
o ete ," the pro duc ion i etit
xen dei' SS ov :ir i.: ai)1ea t~c1'a e on
!M arch 19 at the Wt i iiey thea ter'. ,
Sarah iaswael Ange,11hallIof a -a
bour gymnsiumis -S a ot
)result, n:'any hu.! letg cos -
ti mnes remin dine one C) sunmer ia i
the beach at er hin1 Febr uarv and
a. dull gymnasium. It was felt that
bathing suits facilitated the yractic-
ing of chorus steps, accordl ng to
Vera Johnston, chairman of the dniice
committee.t
In line with these activities the
following schedule of chorus rehears.
als is announced: Chorus No. 1 at
4 o'clock every day - Irene Finne-
gan. Thema StniOfl, Beatrice Cowon,'
Madeline Rosenberg, Hlen Rankin,'
Mary Ptelemay, Bro'nyne ae Burns, and
Florence Iolnes. ('Chors No, 2 at 3
o'clock Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday, and at 11 o'clock Saturday -
Flora Sutcliffe, Evelyn Adams, Irma
Sanzenbache r, Mary Robins, Ipne
Lee, Virginia Wallace, Elizabeth
Gregory, Ann Schell, Lois Webb, and
JeanHolland. Chorus No. 3 at 5
o'clock Monday, Tuesday and Thurs-
lay -- Bernice Shook, Lily Schmidt,
Delight Berg, Lou Covley, Isabelle
Hubbard, Mildred Franzen, aliian
Kaiser, Irene Dreuke, Mary Bowven
:Mary Barclay, Esther Ricker, Ruth
Kitchell, and Lesli France.
Chorus No. 4 at, 5 o'clock Monlay.
Wednesday, and Thursday - Kath-
erine Mlarsha , Betty Parker, B. Ilow-
lett, Helen Brown, Virginia Ten nal it,
Jeannet e Saurborn, Margaret ioby,
B. Rush, Marie Tusk, ,R. Moore,
j Louise Murray. ColdieIFeeer, Yida

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Zauer, G. Houghton, K. Beardslee, for Portia literary society will be heldĀ£
K. Donovan, Agnes lerwig, and at 7 : 30 o'clock Tuesday, Feb. 14,
lanet Jones. second semester freshmen and mnem-
hers of other classes interested in
Chorus No. 5 at 5 o'clock Wednes- book reviewing, debating, platform!
day and Friday and at 8:30 o'clock art, and dramatic-s are offered an op-
Monday night-'. Crampton, Fran- portunity for memibership.
ces Fisher, A rdith Jointson, ID.Gra- All women on the advisers' elgibilityt
ham, Eleanor Jackson, Shirley Man;- list are permitted to tryout for mem-
field, Margaret Barr, Ruth Kitchell, bership in this society, a three-minute;
Leslie France, Ruth Fine. Bernice original talk on any subject bheng the,
Solomon, and Jean Campbell. only requirement.
Chorus No. 6 at 3 o'clock Tuesday The election of officers for ther
and Thursday and 10 o'clock Satur- second semester comprised the busi-
ay- Esther Rickert, Wilma Craw- ness of the meeting held Tuesday,
ford, Helen Richards, Helen Morrill, 1Feb. 7. The following were chosen
Teresa Jonitis, Charlotte Yate, M. to fill offices: Margaret Meyer, '28,
ean Npresident; Ruth Fine, '29, vice-presi-
a .0 o'clock Tuesday and Thurs- dent; Margaret Arthur, '29, secretary;
at ;0 'lkTusyanThs-Laura Soule, '28, treasurer; Irene
day-Bernice McHail, Madge Brook, Kynast, '29, historian; Nellie Becker,
Earbara Fleury, Helen Cranford,'' . a r2 im trian.B
Oiive Todd, Elaine Townsend, Lucy20 arliamentarianl.
tinT, sbElane Townsenduth Long. The program to be presented Feb.
Austin, Isabelle Friday,Ruth long' 21 will be a play directed by Mary
Frances Miller, Alice Vosper, Kath- Kent-Mill r, '27, when the members of
erine Baillie, Gretchen Schultz, Ruth Athena will be guests of the society.
rathom, Marian Broehm, and Mil- Preceding the tryouts next week, a
dired Ellison. business meeting has been scheduled
It is imperative that everyone be for 7:15 o'clock.
present at rehearsals. A fine of 50c
will be levied for all unexcused ab-
sences, 25c for all tardiness to re- -
arasals. Absences may be excused
only by Minna Miller, '27, director
of the play, or Jean Hathaway, '29,
assistant chairman. Following three J
unexcused absences, the director is
privileged to drop the offending niem-
her. A $2 fee is being collected fronm
each participant of the play to covet S vin n
potential fines and also the cost of
lunches which will have to be served
during rehearsals at a later date. on your laundry bill
Those who do not incur fines will
receive a re-und at the close of the
-a.WHITE SWA

A. A. announce two hikes for this
week end. One group will leave the
gym at 8 o'clock Saturday morning,
after breaklast. Another group will
leave at 9 o'clock Sunday morning,
and eat breakfast on the campus pre-
ceding the hike.
All members of the commn-ittee for
the Women's leagteteas which are
being sponsored by the Undergradu-
ate Campaign committee are requir-
ed to be at the meeting of the en-
tire committee at 4 o'clock today in
the parlors o Barbour gymnasium.
INDIANA.-Students at the Indiana
State Normal are required to take two
two-hour courses in spelling and
writing before graduating.
Don't forgot the Women's
league Valentine party on Fri-
day afternoon! Dancing from
4:15 to 5 o'clock, and good re-
freshments. All university wom-
en are invited, 'so come and bring
I your room-mate.

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courses, giving the student broad free-
dom in choice and methods of study.
Dr. R. P. Leigh, Hepburn professor
of government at Williams college,
Williamston, Massachusetts will be its
first pre'sident, as the youngest man
in the United States to hold such a
position, at the age of 37. The new
college is scheduled to open in Sep-
tember, 1929.
ATHENA ELECTS

Ohio; another revival during the cori-j
pany's summer season; and most re-
cently a long run in Rockford, Ill.
"Great Catherine" will be coupled
with Barrie's "The Old Lady Shows
Her Medals," presenting Mrs. Richard
Mansfield as Mrs. Dowey the little
London charwoman; and will be pre-
sented for six evening performances
opening Saturday night, Feb 11, and
playing Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday,
Wednes day, Thursdlay and Friday

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Id semester tryouts for Athena Dorothy Kirby, '29, Adrienne Jacobs,
y society were held Tuesday '31, Dorothy Weed, '29Ed, Isabel
At this time 20 girls tried out Thorpe, '30, Luetta Moss, '29, Leslie
are being taken into the so- Franz, '31, Anna Goldberg, '31, and
The new members are: Dor- Freda McMillan '30.

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