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THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 21, 1929

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OoWO N'Sa-_TEAM COMPETES KSTUDENTS DOING PART-TIME WORK
IN RIFLE MATCH All the esasa- gc HAVE CLUB FOR SOCIAL PURPOSES
" B IDN I---titlc are embodied in "Forward { tf uT 0 ~ L I f
LLSeend Semester Rifle Classes Are March," a travesty on war and i)'TUD NU LKiR Beta Kappa Rho, a society for homes and work for room or board r U
Announced To Open women, accoding to Elizabeth women, who are doing part-time or both; however, others, who live
at Next Week Wellman, '29, general chair- work while attending the Univer- in authorized league houses or dor-
man of last year's Junior I Meeting Sponsored By S. A. C. To sity, has now been in existence for mitories and are working, are not Doro
ARRA GED OR M Y 4 Michigan State college Keen; Girls' Play. The title of this Bc intercollegiate And a year. It is a local organization~ excluded. The object in having of the
MNoimal e Keene, New Hampshire yar's play fulfills the present- Co-educational which was sponsored by Miss Beat- members who live in private homes be give
PLAY PRODUCTION DEPART- and the University of South Dako-' day requirement 01 brevity, rice Johnson, adviser of women, is to help them make friends with evening
MENT MAY USE THEATER ta, will shoot rifle matches with the MrWellman ober i sues- CONVOCAION TO BE HELD and has a chapter in no other col- other University students, as such the na
ASFoABardTMaYcUniseruggys-fjMichVgan'ION men's t lcge or university, women do not have the opportun- bers.
AS LABORATORY University of Michigan's metive but does not give the playyThere are at present more than ities that women in organized entirer
nIteam in a telegraphic meet to beI away, said Miss Welman in Kurby Page, briliant .OuthOr,; twenty actives in the society and! houses do. 'of the
TO BE DEDICATED IN JUNE fired sometime before the end of comparing the title with those speaker, and editor of note, will be !atthe initiation on March 9 No scholastic reqihrements are lows:
this week. Due to the holiday to- of former yeas. "Becky Be- ;the chief speaker and leader at the twelve more women will be added made, for the society feels that it }oot
To Include Completely Furnished tamorrow the contest wil probably have" and "For the Love of Kirby Page conference, sponsored to the group. Most of t he mem- would be defeating its purpose inBoot
CafeteriaDininRoomp Pete" were titles that imme- I I by the Student Christian associa- bers are women who live at private so doing. If it can in any way help tiing
, g Ro, before tonight. diately led the public to ex- tion, to be held here Feb. 22-24 in- _Maslen
and Theater Oklahoma Agricultural and Me- pect a love story, she says, liclusive. Mr. Page, who is editor of - a member to make better grades, it Peggy
chanical College scored 483 as while "Forward M a r c h'' "The World Tomorrow," a religious is ready to do so without any pro- Geib;
Definite arrangements for the against Michigan's 427 points in the sounds feministic and mili- magazine, and "Recent Gains in M[TI G Or visions. Doroth
opening of the League building on telegraphic meet held last week. tary. American Civilization," will lead all Satda are held every thi Ruth
Saturday, May 4, were made at the The local women used the one "Forward March," declares group discussions. Ralph Holling- Aalm rsa w he po e if Fre sphere
regular meeting of the Board of match for a meet with the Univer- Miss Wellman, is typical of er, National Student Y. M. C. A. members when possible. Miss Freo tion a
Governors *on Feb. 19, the chair- sity of Maryland, also, which they i what the Junior Girls' Play Secretary for Central Field. will cAT AdericatGillette, superintendent of shick.
man of the Board has announced. j lost. With the exception of the I should be, for it is expected to 1make the opening address. Milton circulation and the stacks at the
,Every'unit of the building, includ- captain all the team was new. The pogress and grow better from 1D. McLean. sec:etary of the Uni- Library, has been kd mnoffering The
ing the theater, the cafeteria, and experience at that contest and the ( year to year. 'jversity of Chicago Student Chris- Plans are now under way for the the use of her home to the society coming
the main dining room, will be in practice since then are expected to' 0 o 1 tian association, will be in charge W. A. A. meeting which will be i when the women could not hold a This y
operation; completely furnished account for a better showing in of worship periods. held at 4:15 o'clock next Wednes- meeting in any one of theirs. For has be
operationI- l-coThpdaytalthefWmen'shthletiabuildnthefmst parthoweerhhotessesnoneho
and equipped by the time of the !contending with the three colleges The purpose of the conference day. at the Women's Athletic build- the most part, hes hostesses one of
opening. this week.eY,2A1 WLE iu is announced as being "to discover mg. At the meeting of the execu in the members homes have co- campu
Plans for the dedication of the ; Second semester rifle classes will LLa meaning for life and a way of tive board Tuesday night arrange- operated to do all they can to en- ward ti
building, which will take place at begin next week, according to theI living, through fellowship with ments were made for the invita- courage the society. student
buin wich wid te pla announcement maccordng to th Pthose who seem to have found that tions of the guests and for the Miss Johnson and Miss Gillette
opening, are in the hands of the Irene Cook, '29, manager of the which e . It is being plan- plan of presentation of the busi-
Alumnae council. Sometime with- rifle team. Two classes will be held ned by a group of students to pro- ness. The meeting will be infor- ciety.
in the next month, the Board of this spring, one at 4 o'clock on Committees have been appointed vide opportunty for the students mal and the business will be pre- Ju
Governors, the Council, and the Tuesdays and the other at the to make plans for the W. A. A. of Michigan to get together to dis- sented in a novel way. All regu- Noticeare r
Board of Directors of the Women's same hour on F.ridays. They will skating party which will be held cuss this and other related ques- lar members of W. A. A., those who mak
League will meet to, arrange the be two-hour classes. ron Friday, March 1, at the Coli- tions under the leadership of a have paid their dues for the year, f'area
details of the two ceremonies. Any woman interested in rifle seum. Eleanor Cook, '31, is gen- highly capable man. are cordially invited to attend. The American Association of Uni- be a
The Board is at the present time shooting is eligible to enter the eral chairman for the affair. The conference will be intercol- They will also receive written an- versity Women will meet at 3 Som
looking for a busi!ess manager, class. If any one has questions Assisting her are Elizabeth Whit- iegiae and coeducational, and is nouncements at a later date. o'clock Saturday, Feb. 23, at Betsy I less
who will be here before the build- concerning the course, she may call man, '31, in charge of refresh- open for gaate asundesgrrd Arliene Heilman, '30, will be in Barbour house. Prof. Earl V. Moore I als.
ngtk__rnmnsMsCkickments, Ethel Klanderman, 29,' and student pastors Delegates charge of the invitations, Helen will give an illustrated talk on jthe
for and to develop the details ofo tickets, Dorothy Marshick, HeE will be entertained by the students Wilson,31, posters, Kathryn M-"Carillons." The fellowship com- he d
the organization necessary for its Barbour 32Ed., Helen Brown 29A, a and towns-people of Ann Arbor Murray, '31, house committee, Irene ittee, with Miss Martha Guernsey henc
Kappa And B3KA, sters. Bettina Bush, '29, is in charge of aCook, '29, refreshments, and Marie as chairman, will act as hostesses. o
The 'Board also expressed its Teams Win In Games MThe party is to be informal and ommittee of Women's League rep-Hae etwig,'29 poam. e rest of
wilnnsiohv h lypo all women on campus are invited resentatives, who will provide for'teeeuiebadwl loass
duction department of the Univer- Ito come whether or not they are the entertainment of women dele- the committee in making plans and
sity use the theater as an experi- Kappa Kappa Gamma, in de- accomplished skaters. Tickets are gates from other colleges. Inci- in carrying out the program of the
mental laboratory during the sum- feating Kappa Delta by a score of to be 25 cents and will include re- dentally, there will probably be meeting. The
mer session of the University, So 28 to 9, and Betsy Barbour in win-!freshments in the fom of hot- quite a number of women in at-
far as can be anticipated the ning from Alpha Omicron Pi 26 dogs. Season tickets for the Col- I tendance, largely drawn from those chaeonference those inattendanclude at WOI
building will be open for general to 1, in the elimination games iseum will be accepted, but will not who were delegates to the confer- dinner Friday evening. The fee is sele
use during the summer months. played in Barbour gymnasium yes- include the refreshments. cenes held last summer at Lake payable at the time of registration
terday afternoon, won the right to T party is being sponsored for Geneva, Wisconsin. There is to be Ateil registration. /tnhmor
Mondaycafternoon to etermine tunity for genuine fun and no at- wh b andf ecal comie e a
Gique Fawhich team will enter the semi- tempt being made for profit. Iature of a reunion forthem en Lane hall.
team orD-ray and women who att cldthe seThee
finals in the intramural tourna-(Therea
UIxeeneIm t.Tetrdgm ofsios last sumnmer.f d oe'r'a.Thymafe>ae tso shee
Claydrgyt.oheabtwTnithrd lp"agameXi f te Dlta ay ndD.Sundyaaro Nnethecesr wo"uan Ttlesoties tudet >, Fhere
C Chi Omega, was won by the forner, Christian Association of the Uni- Strings . . Supplies merely
versity of Michigan will sponsor the dus
A little-known but essentially 1 34 to 2. Thaconoca ioilt hicethasu-hortReabrusinwonsw
characteristic incident in the life 4The Kappa Kappa Gamma- meeting ofeall the m onte jci bet"Personal i io nirS worn wi
of Yelly D'Aranyi, Hungarian vio- Kappa Delta contest was so swift rifle team at 4:30 o'clock this aft- the Social World.' Probably all of for all Musical Instruments
linist, who played last night at Hill that the spectators had a hard ernoon in the field house. the meetings will be in the nature Hosiry shades that bring out the col
auditorium,,ris one which recently time keeping track of the ball. Both of forum discussions with Mr. Page h p f ft I Q Ensemble as nothing else can do.
came across the sea to Miss D'Ar- teams exhibited some excellent Women planning to attend the ! as Nlder. S~haeuwil !7®nI
anyi's.manager. guarding. At the end of the first Kirby Page conference, Feb. 22-24, It is earnestly hoped that a largeI This is why so many of the smartest y
While visiting the home of Lady half the score was 10 to 7 in favor should register with Chester Ben- representation of students from the MUSIC HOUSE hosiery here
Nina Balfour in England, Yelly of the Kappas, but i the second nett at Lane hall. A charge of University will make plans to at- 110 S. Main St.
D'Aranyi attended, with the family period the Kappa Delta team lost $1.50, which includes dinner Fri- tend the sessions and dinners. A
of the noted statesman, a small a little of its strength and the , day night, will be made. registration fee of $1.50 will be
church near the estate where on iKapaKapa Gammnna score I--- - -- 1__ ".. "
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MITTEEIS NAMED
hy Touff, general chairman
annual Penny Carnival, to
n this year on Wednesday
, March 6, has announced
mes of her committee mem-
On these women ,rests the
responsibility for the success
Carnival. They are as fol-
is-Dorothy Griffith; adver-
and publicity-Albertina
Michigan Daily assistant-
Eckels; treasurer-Marion
entertainment and dance-
y Flynn; basketball game-
darshall; clowns and atmo-
-Martha Boehmer; decora-
nd janitor-Dorothy Mar-
Penny Carnival is fast be-
a tradition at Michigan.
ear will be the third that it
en given, and already it is
the major functions of the
s, and is always looked for-
o with keen interest by the
body.
NOTICE
nior women in the play
not co-operating with the.
e-up committee. If there
any conflicts, they should
attended to immediately.
e ae also getting care-
about attending rehears-
Unless the members of
ast are excused, they will
ropped if they are absent,
eforth.
-
Well Dressed
man of today -
Cts her Hosiery
e thoughtfully
i ever before.
re the pale, misty tones
r and lovely that they
suggest a stocking, and
ky tones so smart when
th black.
or-note in your Spring
oung women select their

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their arrival they found the con-
gregation greatly excited because
the clergyman . had been sudden-,
ly called away. The substitute of-
ficiary had not arrived and the
people were preparing to leave.
Lady Balfour with quick wit and
an ability to adjust a difficult sit- I
uation, immediately turned to Miss
D'Aranyi, exclaiming, "Yelly, we1
must fetch your violin and you willk
play for them." The violinist con-1
sented on the condition that thel
collection be given to the poor
minister.
While the two ladies drove back'
to the Balfour mansion for the
instrument, the congregation re-
entered the church and sang
hymns. On her return, Miss D'Ar-
anyl played and her offering was'
greeted with such great enthusiasm
that a large collection was taken
for "the needy but scarcely missed,
rector."1
During her artistic career this
young. violinist has figured in
numerous thrilling situations, but,J
according to her manager, Miss
Annie Friedberg, this is the first
time she has ever substituted for
an entire church service. Hence
the new sobriquet-Yelly D'Aranyi,
Clergywoman.

players were very good on every
section of the court. Especially
commendable was the work of Dor-
othy Sample, '32, who is one of the
best guards in the intramural
tournament.
Excellent playing and' teamwork
on the part of the Betsy Barbour
centers, Helen Wilson, '31, and Dor-
othy Marshick, '30 Ed, prevented
Alpha Omicron Pi from getting the
ball to the sorority forwards. Con-
sequently, Alpha Omicron Pi had
practically no chance to score. De-
spite the fine guarding done by
Frances Sackett, '30, Cynthia Haw-
kins, '29, and Helen Gay, '31, the
Betsy Barbour forwards piled up a
big score. The splendid teamwork
of the two was all that kept them
from falling before the alert sor-
ority guards.
Due to the fact that two of the
best Chi Omega players were out
of the game, the contest with
Alpha Xi Delta was quite slow.
I Betty LeRoy, '30, Chi Omega guard,
succeeded in keeping the high
score Alpha Xi Delta forward,
Helen Harter, '30, to a compara-
tively low count.
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