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NURSES TRIUMPH Classes Will Play marks about my sense of humour.
Will Announce Author Of Junior TAR H R VHokyG m Just because he doesn't appreciate
Girl's Play Soon After IN ARCHER Y MEE T ,,Jstb"us edes' ppeit
GThanksgiving FinalHockeyGame it he needn't come to the conclu-
Couzens hall archers placed first -..- sion-nor need -any one else for
in the archery tournament that In an attempt to remain un-1 matter-that Ihvntay
PROGRAMSARE LARGER SomIeyitlietpolwshl nPle il t93 n
PRORAS RE AREwas heldaron Palmer nel at 9:30 beaten throughout the entre inter Smtver1 ineinthpeople', in
o'clock Saturday morning, with a cluding professors' wives are able
Manuscripts for the Junior Girls' score of 702 in 153 hits. Katherine class hockey tournament, the sen- to appreciate the subtle humour of
play are now being considered by Fessin, '32, representing Betsy Bar- ors will put forth every effort when my articles.
the central committee of the play. bour dormitory, had the highest they play the up and coming fresh- It is a well known principle of so-
The author of the book chosen will individual score in the meet, mak- man squad in the final game of the ciology, I have just learned, that to
be announced shortly after ing 315 in 53 hits. season on Palmer field at 4:15 appreciate qualities in other peo-
In the organization shooting, o'clock this afternoon. At the same or one must have them himself
Thanksgiving, according to Louise which was done from the 10, 20 and time the sophomores and juniors at leas be able to imagine them.
Cody, general chairman. Eight 30 yard lines, the final results were will meet for the last time. In both That being the case, the conclusion
manuscripts in all were submitted as follows. Couzens hall, 153 hits, games the freshmen and sopho- is perfectly obvious. Lark has no
by junior women this fall. 702 points; Alpha Gamma Delta, mores will be battling for second sense of humour and no imagina-
137 hits, 588 points; Betsy Barbour, place in the ultimate tourney tion. Really, you know, if I were
1 hits, 593 points he I wouldn't want to admit that
Sead ofavetheiplaywommiteesal-er140 ht,53pis;Alumnae standings.
ready have their work well under house, 115 hits, 491 points. Carrying out the practice that no matter how indirectly by any-
uny.d Eight committee members, Leading in individual scoring arrykngut the patgehtthing I said. I'd be very, very
were: Katherine Fessin (Betsy Bar- was taken up at the last game, careful about what I allowed to
programs, are now working on the wer) Kath Fesi (e4 Bar- all teams will hold a miniature
programs, which are to be largerbor wih5 hts31 pin; track meet around the hockeygeInopit
than in previous years. The pro- Eileen Brown, '30SN, (Couzens hall) fiedsbefore theoumes begn.T And if Lark doesnt believe that
grams are to be ten by six and hits, 281 points; Marion of this is to get the play- theory and maintains that one
three-quarters inches in size, in- Williston, '31, (Alpha Gamma Del- ers limbered uip so that action will doesn't have to be a hen to a-
stead of about nine by five andta) with 53 hits, 251 points; Janet get under way earlier in the con-i preciate an omelet, let me inform
by Tie and Jones, '29Ed, (Kappa Delta) with tests than has been the custom this him that the statements a certain
consist of 48 pages as before. 50 hits, 238 points. season. student made in my speech class
-o.eThe members of the winning the other morning would take the
Besides the usual pictures of the I team were: Aileen Brown, Ruth the mashie tests, the scorer will try wind out of his sails-and it might
play committee, the programs will Bozley, and Delores Gallagar, '30 to drive the ball in a chosen ring. also bother Yellit some too. I won't
contain photographs of the cast SN. Nine squads were entered in The terms of the putting contest hurt their feelings by quoting it
and some of the choruses, Miss the tournament. have not been decided as yet.'here, 'but it was plenty bad.
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