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SALE OF TICKETS FOR
SENIOR SUPPER WILL
BE'HELD. NEXT REEK
WOMEN WILL ALSO RECEIVE
r RESERVED SEATS FOR
"FORWARD MARCH"
SUPPER HELD AT UNION
New System Of Alloting Seats
Will Do Away With Confusion
Of Previous Years
Tickets for the Senior Supper,
which is to be held at 6 o'clock
Monday, March 18, in the Union
ball room will be on sale from two
to five next week from Monday,
March 11, to Friday, March 15, in
Barbour Gymnasium. Senior wo-
men may obtain their tickets for
the supper., at the same time
that they purchase their caps and
gowns if they wish to. The tickets
will be $1.65 and seniors are all
requested to be prepared to make
cash payments as no checks will
be accepted.
In connection with the sale off
the supper tickets, the seniors in
charge of the event are planning
an innovation in the customs that
y have become traditional for this
first night that the senior women
don their caps and gowns. This
year, in addition to their ticket
for the -supper, they will receive a
reserved seat ticket for the first
performance of the Junior Girls'
Play, which as in previous years
will be given in honor of senior
women, immediately after the sup-
per. This new system which the
seniors have organized themselves
will do away with the general
rush and confusion that has been,
known to take place at the doors
of the Whitney.
The seats will all be allottedl
:ahead of time, and seniors are
urged to buy their tickets as
quickly as possible as the first
ones to buy them will be given the
best seats. As this first produc-i
tion of "Forward March" is com-'
plimentary to the senior women
there will be no charge for theI
extra ticket, and the only reasonI
for their distribution at all is
to. add to the convenience and*

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Alpha Gamma Delta Athena And Portia
And Adelia Cheever Give Annual Deb
Tie For Originality "Orthodoxy," a play by
Wilcox Putnam was presente
The third Penny Carnival is Eleanor Coryell, '29Ed., . and;
now a thing of the past.It shone Barrett, '29Ed., at the wekly n
brilliantly for a night, however, ing of Athena literary so
before it fell into the has-beens. Tuesday evening. This play

S RHOSV SIIOWCLASS' Professor Jack Compares The Best-
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It was by far the most successful satire on attending church, and
of the Carnivals, according to Dor- the characters speak out their real
othy Touff, '30, general chair- thoughts instead of what they
man. The announcements of the ordinarily would say.
amounts taken in by the booths Next Tuesday in their annual
will be made later. debate Athena will take the neg-
The Golf school, the booth offer- ative and Portia the affirmative
ed by Adelia Cheever residence side of the question, "Resolved,
' and the "Go To Hell" booth of the that a federal department of edu-
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, were cation should be established at
judged a tie for originality. As Washington with a secretary in
yet the booth winning for having the president's cabinet." A cup is
the most sales has not been an- awarded.to the winning team every
nounced. year, which Athena has kept sol
Kappa Kappa Gamma was win- far. The debate will be held on
iter over Alpha Xi Delta in a fast! the fourth floor of Angell hall.
'and well-played basketball game' The members of the Athena
which gave them the women's In- team are: Dorothy Weed, '29Ed.,
tramural championship. The game, Grace Darling, '30, and Florence
although it was the first event on Clement, '30. The Portia team is
the program, was attended by a composed of Dorothy Graham,
large and enthusiastic crowd. '29Ed., Jean Grigg, '30, and Oriel
The Traveling Tent Show, in Endelman, '29Ed.
Sarah Caswell Angell hall proved'_
to be an even greater success than The Women's League will receive
was predicted for it. The acts were I a 5% commission on all goods pur-
all well-received by applauding chased at Goodhew Flower Shop
audiences. The circus idea was dmtoGies an Foores and
carried out and the tumbling acts by dormitories and sororities-and
were exceptionally well-done. The all goods purchased at Jacobson's
circus clowns provided a goodly providing the Women's League is
share of entertainment as they mentioned.
mingled with the crowds around -
the booths, selling tickets and ad- Formal initiation of two women,;
vertising the show. Lillian Green, '30L, and Doris Fen-
The b o o t h s themselves were neberg, '30L., comprised the pro-
more original than ever and caus- gram of Kappa Beta Pi, national
ed much merriment as well as honorary legal sorority for women,
taking in their full quota of pen-. on Thursday, March 7. A dinner,:
nies. in honor of the initiates, followed
at the Lantern Shpp.1
comfort of the seniors themselves. _-__ __ _
If a group of senior women wish
to sit together, it is necessary that0
they appoint one representative
from their group to buy all of
their tickets at once for if they
buy single tickets with their caps,
and gowns they will undoubtedly FOR MEN A
have single seats.
Senior .women who are not going,
to the supper, but who wish to at-
tend the play will not be allowed
to obtain their reserved seat tick-
ets until Friday, March 15, as it
will be necessary to accommodate -
all those women coming in the line
of march directly from the Union
to the Whitney before others can
be taken care of.

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First Year Squad Makes Brilliant
Comeback To Tie Upper-Class
Team In Last Minute
JUNIORS TRIM SOPHS
Fighting desperately to overcome
an early lead, the freshman first
team tied the leading seniors in
the last 30 seconds of play yester-
day afternoon, to remain in a tie
with the upper-classmen in the
tournament standing, the final
score being 24-24. In the other
first team game, the juniors breez-
ed through the sophomores to the
tune of 30-9, while the senior sec-
and team kept its slate clean by
walking away with the yellow-blue
combination, 42-10.
Sophomores Score First
The crucial game between the
seniors and freshmen started with
Captain Anne Zauer drawing first
blood for her team with a free
throw, but this was offset quickly
by two difficult shots from under
the basket by Emily Bates, frosh,
forward. The score then sea-sawed
'back and forth until the gun foundl
the seniors leading 16-15 at the
half. With the beginning of the
third quarter, however, the green
centers fed the ball to the elusive
Emily, who caged four shots before"
she was .removed on fouls. The
seniors came back strong and with
only a minute and a half to play,
found themselves in the lead by
three points, but the freshmen,
undaunted, forced the play for ther
remaining seconds, and Dorothy
Birdzell saved her team with a
basket and free throw.

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"Women have perhaps been more knows about life the better it sells.
successful best-sellers than men," Ouida once made a horse win the
stated Professor P. M. Jack in his derby twice, when everyone .knows
talk on "Best Books and Best Sel- I that the race is for three-year-
lers", given at a recent meeting of olds. When Miss Hull wrote "The
the Michigan Dames at the Facul- Sheik," .she knew nothing about it
ty Women's clubhouse. except what she had read in Hich-
"Since the days of Miss May ens' "The Garden of Allah." After
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Braddon, wo was Queen o he
Circulating Library" in 1850, the h Sheik, she went on a pi-
1 world has been drowned out with grimage, as it were, to the snrine,
the tears from East Lynne and The and wrote a book on Arabia so
Rosary and the romantic mill girls dull that no one has ever-been
of Annie S. Swan." And the for- "T able to read it."
tunes continue to be made by the E"These books are the perennial
i women today, but "the women type of the best-seller," Prof. Jack
themselves h a v e changed. The concluded. "The Misses Hull and I
charm of the modern hero seems Dell of this generation will be re
to be his brutality. Take the hero placed by the Misses Dull and Hell
of "The Way of an Eagle," by Miss of the next generation, but the
Dell. This hero never speaks; he type will persist-the strong silent
snarls. He drinks, or rather, he man and the lady with a misun-.
gulps, a stimulant known as "raw derstood past, hero and heroine of
spirits"-brandy or gin is neverj a million marriages and a million)
mentioned. When hesmitesnhis'murders."
hands together, he draws blood." isThe society of Michigan Dames
is comprised of the wives of Uni-
"Jugfuls of blood are spilled in ,est tdns
"The Sheik" and "The Way of an versity students.
Eagle." And these," Prof. Jack
stated, "were written by what our Carleton College-Freshman wo-
simple grandfathers called "the men will give a grand opera en-
gentle sex!"' It is left for the t titled "The Lamentable Tragedy of
"sterner sex" to carry on the tr.a- Julius Caesar" before an audience
dition of the novel of sentiment of upperclass women.
and romance, as in Mr. Arlen's lady
of "The Green Hat," whose eyes University of Indiana-Because
were 'blazing. blue, like two spoon- 98 women in the University Were
fuls of the Mediterranean on a put on probation for faulty schol-
brilliant noon.'" arship, they will be allowed to have
Prof. Jack continued, "It is no- only two dates a week for the rest
ticeable that the less a best-seller of the semester.

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