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1928

THE MICHI AN' DAILY

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JUNIOR WOMEN WILL'
HOLD MEETING THURS

Identity Of Junior Girl's
Author Will Be Revealed
At Later Date

Play

TO HOLD TRYOUTS SOON
The identity of the author of the
Junior Girls' play to be presented
next spring will not be revealed at:
the mass meeting of all junior
women which will be held at 4
o'clock on Thursday in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall, according to an
announcement made yesterday by
Louise Cody, general chairman of:
the play.
The manuscript for this year's
junior play has been selected from I
among eight books submitted by
junior women this fall. The title
of the play and the plot will not
be announced as yet.
Phyllis Loughton, '28, who is to
direct the play will be introduced
to the members of the junior class|:
by Miss Cody at the meeting on
Thursday.
Besides at talk by Miss Loughton,
there will also be a speech by!
Dorothy McKee, assistant chair-
man, on the subject of tryouts.
Tryouts for the play are to held
' next week, Miss Cody announces.
The exact time for the tryouts will
be decided within the next two or
three days, and Miss Cody urges,
that all junior women try out on
one or the other of the days set.
All juniors are eligible to tryout,
and the cast will not be limited to
those women who have attended
the preparatory dancing class.
Junior women are without excep-
tion urged by Miss Cody to attend
the mass meeting on Thursday.
Besides the information which will
be given regarding tryouts, there
will be a number of pertinent an-
nouncements. For notices as to
time and place of tryouts and for
statements as to what is expected
of those who try out, juniors are
asked also to watch The Daily.
HAZE WOMEN AT
TEMPLE COLLEGE
Freshman women, as well as
first-year men, are hazed at Tem-
ple university in Philadelphia.
There is an organization known asI
the Women's Vigilance committee,
which is the terror of all disobedi-
ent Frosh women.I
At the Committee's last meeting
-of the year, a dozen Frosh offen-
ders were condemned to perform.
for the entertainment of the Soph-
omores. Those Health Eds who
had disobeyed Vigilance committee
rules were required to exhibit their
,gymnastic abilities, and several .
music students presented a song
and dance number.
After this meeting, all Freshmen
regulations were suspended and all
animosities between the two classes
forgotten forever.
Subscribe for the Michiganensian
now. . It costs only $4.00.

SOPH CIRCUS ACTS TO BE AWFULLY
INTRIGUING THISYEAR, SAYS CORA
occasion. Now just think of all the
Really, my dear, the more I hear trouble the committee has gone to
about the Soph Circus, the more to import acrobats from Australia.
excited I get about it, I mean I But that goes to prove what a won-
actually do, because as I've said be- derful show this is to be and how
fore I think circuses are positively hard everyone is working to make
thrilling. There's always some- it good. I mean it actually does.
thing so intriguing about a true You know what Australian acro-I
circus atmosphere, don't you think? bats are like, don't you? If you
Well, anyway, I think the Soph haven't seen any-and you prob-I
circus this year is going to be the ably haven't because they are quite
best one yet, I really do from what rare in this country, I mean they
I hear about it. There are going hardly ever come so far from home
to be so many original and clever and everything, you know-now is
acts and everything. The biggest your chance, and it's like the ani-'
feature, my dear, is the animal' mal track meet and the "Just So"
track meet. Now isn't that the stories, you may never have an-
cleverest thing you ever heard of? other chance to see them again, so
It sounds like an Esop fable or you really should take advantage
something and I'm all interested: of your opportunity, you know.
to see it. I suppose the elephants, Oh, yes, I almost forgot to tell
camels, kangaroos, and maybe you about the seal act they are
lions and tigers will have races of ; going to have. That, while it may!
various sorts. I wonder if they will not be as original as some of the
allow the little animals a handi- other things, is sure to be highly
cap proportionate to their size. I amusing. Seals seem to be such
think they ought to, don't you? clumsy creatures that one doesn't
They really shouldn't expect too see how they can ever do all those
much from the little ones. stunts they actually do.
And then there will be a lot of And another thing, there are to'
Apache dancing in the show, too. be some trained cats in the circus,
I always did think those dances too. Just what they are to do
were awfully clever and so expres- seems to be a deep dark secret as
sive. I always longed to try some yet, but it is rumored that they
of them on someone I didn't like have something especially unusual
so well. But even if I can't actual-: to do. So my dear, you are going
ly do that I can go and watch the to see me for one at the Soph cir-
dances and think I am-doing it, I cus, and I hope I will see you all
mean. ' there, too.
Another awfully clever feature of
this show, I think, will be the act- ANKLE SOCKS ARE
ing of some of the "Just So" stories "
by Kipling. If you want to see WORN BY WOMEN
"how the camel got its hump and
the elephant its trunk," you really i Students of the University of
musn 't miss the circus, because you Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, recently
may not have another such chance decided by ballot that women could
again in your whole life. You appear on campus and in classes
really can't afford to miss it, I wearing ankle socks. The question
mean you actually can't. involved much pondering on the
And that isn't all of it, my dear, part of the student body, and on
I mean it actually isn't. I never the day the decision was rendered
heard of so many good things groups were seen clustered about,
coming all at once did you, and the campus, jotting down theirI
really all in one show, too. There votes and reasons.
are to be acrobats coming all the Some of the reasons for the issueI
way from Australia just for the were as follows: "Whose legs are

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IAI["TnhIT FORTUNE TELLING BY GYPSIES TO BE
SPECIAL FEATURE OF LEAGUE BAZAAR
STADTS IMMIflIAT HV To know the future seems to be those who have the most faith in
an almost overwhelming desire of the reading of tea leaves, there
nearly everyone, and it is because will be present a seeress specially
of this that the art of fortune tell- skilled in the art of reading themn.
Elimination Tournament To Decide1ing has always been so popular. And those who place their faith in
Championship Will Be Played Gypsies are known to be especial- palmistry may have their palms i
At Penny Carnival ly proficient in this art and have read by a gypsy who is skilled in I
justly acquired fame for their interpreting various lines of the
ENTRY BLANKS DUE SOON ability, and everywhere a gypsy palm. Then there will be one gypsy
fortune teller goes, she is sure to at least who will tell fortunes by
Practices are starting immedi- be in demand. cards.
ately for the intramural basketball To add to the festivities of the I So all ye who desire: to know the
Women's League and Interchurch future and what it holds for you
tournament which begins Wednes- bazaar, there will be four fortune can have your wish gratified at the
day, December 12. Much enthusi- telling booths in charge of gypsies bazaar. It's really the chance of' a
asm is being shown, and many who will read the fortune for all life time for seldom is such talent
teams are entering the tournament. those who desire it. These gypsies of this nature gathered together all
The teams will be divided into will be in shadowed and secluded in one spot at the same time to
groups, each team playing every I booths, separated from the surging offer its services to the public. The
other member of its group. Teams crowds that usually attend the fee for the fortune telling is to be
winning two out of three of these bazaar. These booths will drip twenty-five cents.
games will enter the elimination with the appropriate atmosphere,
tournament which will decide the for they will afford that certain studAre
championship. As the finals are and intangible mysterious air that ens
played at the Penny Carnival which must go with fortune telling to I Gem
comes on February 27, rt is neces-" make it really effective. n erman Colleges
sary that the first part of the Not only will there be four Decae Grdute
tournament be played as soon as gypsies always at the bazaar, butD
possible. ;at least three different ways ofI
Practices will be held, today and fortune telling will be offered. For Some features of German univer-
tomorrow of this week and Monday sity life are revealed in an article
and Tuesday of next week. Each 0 0 in the Smith College Weekly by a
group is urged to plan at least one BAZAAR SELLERS German woman graduate. Allthe
practice in order not to be handi- ( German universities are co-educa-
capped in entering the tournament There will be a meeting at S tional. There are some 10,000 stu-
without any previous experience in o'clock tomorrow in the West ( dents at Berlin university. .The l
playing together. gallery of Alumni Memorial hall average class has about 100 stu-
Entry blanks have been given to Iof all women who signed to sell dents. The professors"and students
the athletic managers of the houses at the bazaar. Instructions will I do not know each other very well.
and dormitories, and these must be given out, and changes in All the university buildings lie
be filled in and returned to the shifts due to conflicts will be in the center of Berlin, but if stu-
physical education office by Friday. made at this meeting. It is dents wish to play tennis or base-
Every woman who plays must have imperative that everyone be ball they have to take a street-car
obtained a heart and lungO.K e and attendance will for at least half an hour's ride
from either Dr. Bell or Dr. Sap- ken.There are no written tests, no
pington at the Health Service be- assignments, no roll call in class,
fore Saturday. These cards are to Woman Veterinary no midsemesters, no rules and reg-
be filed with the athletic man-,' ulations nor dormitories-and the
ager of the house. All juniors and Likes Her Vocation students do as they please, only
seniors who have not already re being required to pass the final
ceived these O. K.'s for hockey examination given at the end of
must get them at once. Freshmen Dr. Barrie Carpenter, Detroit's the four years' course.

Notices

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All the members of the W. A. A. tur
Executive Board are requested to like
be at Rentschler's studio at 12 righ
o'clock today. plea
There will be a meeting of Kappa ing
Phi cabinet at 5 o'clock this after- don
noon at Wesley hall. fash
Be sure to purchase your supply won
of Christmas cards from the Wom- hea
en's League. They have an annual A
display that will please you. Cards eve
may be purchased before Dec. 7 ject
and 8 by telephoning Frances Nevy libe
at 6617, or on those dates at the "to
League Bazaar in Barbour gym. are
The American Association of feat
University Women will meet at 2:45 not
on, Saturday, Dec. 8, at Martha
Cook building. Judge Lewis Fead,
chief justice of the supreme court
of Michigan, will speak. Each mem-
ber may bring a guest to hear
Judge Fead. The legislative group,
with Miss Sarah Wheadon as chair-
man, will act as hostesses.

y anyway?", "And whose socks?",
mbs are to be seen and not
rd.", "A rolling sock gathers no
rs." One male admirer ven-
ed to state that "they seem to
it and most of them look al-
ht so why not let them be
ased?" Thrifty and hardwork-
women students said that "they
i't get dirty as quickly as old-
hioned stockings do." One
man said, "Sunshine is vital to
lth, and legs need sunshine."
L11 were not as "modern" how-
r. One third of the voters ob-
ed to the new mark of personal
rty. Some said it was vulgar,
o hard on the eyes," "the colors
terrible," "too many goofer
thers"-all right for blondes but
for brunettes.

and sopnomores taking physical
education work need not do this.
As in all other intramural tourn-f
aments, women who are members
of a sorority but who are living in
a dormitory, play with their soror-
ities. Pledges and freshmen are
also eligible to play on sorority
teams. Each team is limited to
two players who have won their'
numerals in interclass basketball.
Houses which were not represen-
ted at the athletic manager's
meeting where these plans were dis-
cussed may receive entry blanks by
applying at the physical education
office at once.
Michigan Tailors
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only woman veterinary surgeon, is
also the only woman who ever
graduated from the Ontario
Veterinary college of Toronto uni-
versity. She says that women make
as good veterinarians as men if
they have a love of animals and
are without fear of them. She
herself has always loved animals,
and has owned nearly every kind
of pet at some time or other.

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Hemstitching Sewing
Dress Making

All Pattern Hats
at
HALF PRICE
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227 S. State

Xmas Novelties For Sale
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