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Skating, Social
Additions To

Among the most charming rooms
which -is to be seen in th, ne~w
Michigan League building is the At-
tic Club room, variously cl ed the
Dancing Are New Cave, or the room of inverted
Usual Activities 1I hp. rf-c TT,, -..1d-,-hA1. ' bt dl

Second Play Tryout
, Will Continue Today!

Interclass basketballs games havt

Aluminae Of Musical

Sorority Entertain'

The Mortar Board pictur for
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Official announcement of the

program of intramural and electiv
sports during the indoor winte:
season was made yesterday by D]
Margaret Bell, head of the depart
ment of Physical Education. fo
Skating and social dancing ar
the two new additions that hav
been made to the usual activities
for this season such as basketbal
both intramural and interclass, in
door golf, archery, rifle, fencini
and bowling. Dr. Bell particularly
wishes to call the attention of wo-
men interested in this phase o
athletics to the great variety am
attractiveness of this program. The
schedules is as follows:
Intramural basketball games are
played 4 o'clock Tuesday and
Thursday in Barbour gymnasium
Miss Murry and Miss Hoover are it
charge. Interclass basketball activ
ities are to take place at 4 and
o'clock Tuesday and Thursday
Barbour gymnasium, and Mi'
Campbell will have charge of al
Archery classes, under the in
struction of Miss Rawlings, are bc-
ing held Monday and Wednesday a'
4 o'clock in the Women's Fiel'
house. Rifle classes are taught b.
Captain Bricker, and are meeting
at 4 o'clock Tuesday and Thursday
Orchesis, the natural dancing or.
ganization meets at 7 o'clock Wed-
nesday evening in the Women';
Athletic building. Definite plan,
for a class in social dancing hav
been made but as yet are not com
pleted. An elective fencing class
held by Miss Rawlings at 4 o'cloc'
Monday in Barbour Gymnasium.
Elective golf classes will be hly
under the instruction of Miss Me
Cormick at 4 o'clock every day
the school week, in the golf re
of the Women's Athletic Building
Plans are now being made for th
,organization of a skating clul
which, will meet Tuesday an
Thursdays, but final arrangement:
for this activity have not been com
pleted at present.
Deans Of Women
End Conference
Problems which confront deans of
women of universities, colleges;
normal schools, and high schools
were discussed at the ninth annual
conference of the Illinois Associa-
tion of Deans of Women which was
held yesterday in the Oak Park-
River Forest high school, Oak Park.
Miss Ruth Caldwell, assistant dean
of women, who is returning to the
campus, today, represented the
university of Illinois at the meet-
At the regular business session
which opened the conference yes-
teray morning, officers were elect-
ed and the reports of the commti-
tees were given. Following the
business meeting, M. R. McDaniel,
superintendent of the Oak Park
School system, gave an address on
"Advisors and Their Work in the
Oak Park System."
At the meeting of the high school
group, Miss Ethel Kawin, research
psychologist of the Institute for
Juvenile Research, spoke on "Per-
sonality Needs of the Growing

Special for this Cold
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110 So. University
Phone 7561
f or

ia nuou. n o euJey these terms
will not constitute all the names t
be applied in the future, for sc
unique is its design that it appear:
differently to everyone who visits
The Attic Club room was designed
for use by any group at any time.
It is on the top floor of the League
and fits snugly into all the corners
underneath the eaves. Because of
its situation, it was impossible for
the architects to build the conven-
tional type of ceiling. Instead, they
have made use of both straight and
curved lines in a number of arches
which account for its name, The
I Cave. Overlooking both the Mall
and North University, it command,
an extensive view of the campus.
This room is to be furnished b
the Bay City alumnae, as one o
their gifts to the new building.
Sound-proof doors and a victroh
will be a part of the equipment
and a built-in kitchenette wil.
make afternoon teas possible foi
those who seek to enjoy the privacy
of the Attic Club room.
The next meeting of Athena will
be at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday, Jan. 15,
in the Athena room, at which time
election of officers will take place.
Final try-outs for the upper class
debating teams will be held and
any upper class women who are in-
terested 'and have not tried out
before are urged to come. Three
minute speeches should be prepared
in the subject, which is; Re-
solved: That a National Depart-
ment of Education Should Be
Established at Washington.
It is announced that the Athena-
Portia debates which are usuallyI
held the second week in January
arc postponed till next semester on
account of the number of girls who
have had the flu.

JInter'c--as -"basketb all...,ehat w sNUlcvThin.,vlcr,',oan,'ll w l aM e
T Tryouts for the cast of the Jun- begun, and with their organization Sigma Alpha Iota pledges were at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon at
ior Girls' Play will be continued an opportunity is presented t,::he guests of their alumnae chap- Dey's studio., There will also be
a rm3t 'lc oa naalevery girl in any class to come ou.: a short meeting after the picture1
from 3 to ( o'clock today in Sarah Snowballs and snow will form the for practice. ter, Lambda Alpha, at a dinner, i t m n f h t
Caswell Angell hall, according to decoration motif of the Winkc'r Juniors and seniors will practic party Wednesday night at. the is taken.
the announcement of Louise Cody, Carnival party to be given by the at 4 o'clock on Tuesday and Thur UniIsaiy School of Music. Sigma' ---' --
general chairman. omen who have Women's league at four o'clock this lay, while sophomores will play rAlpha Iota will give a formal mu- Lorado Taft, noted scupt",
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium. 3 and 5 on the same days. Seven sicale soon, although the exact ;poke at the University of Iowa on
ben c bAll University women are invited to practices will be held during the date is still undecided. 'Gothic Sculpture in France."
chorus parts may also come at this attend the affair. rest of this semester and the games
time, she states, and there will also Though there will undooubtedly be will be played off after the begin- -11111#11i 11111111111E1111111i 111111i1111111 11111UIti 1111i111111il1tiiili111iiitill'
be an opportunity for any ,jnnior real snow outside, it was thought !:ing of the second semester.P1
who was unable to come to the first advisable to use cotton snowballs Judging from the number of = Mack & Co. Phone 4161 Mack & Co. E
tryouts which were held before va- jand artificial snow 'for the decora- teams represented in the intra-,
cation to appear for the first time tions. There will be dancing, as mural games and the interest dis-
now. at other League parties, and a skat- played in them, the turnout for the
The second' tryouts will also be ing dance will be a feature of the interclass teams ought to be large .1"
continued from 9 to 12 o'clock to- 3ntertainment. Refreshments will The first practice, will be held B ig janluary C learaera
morrow morning, Miss Cody states. probably consist of coffee and next Tuesday, and attendance to -
Women trying out for either cast cakes. this is urged.
jor chorus parts may be heard at
this time. N i LEAR N T HE PIANO INV
It is imperative that all women NotTceENPLESONSP/E .ALJLSE
1who have been called back to try TEN LESSONS
out for speaking. parts come to the Wyvern will meet for a breakfas' I
tryouts either today or tomorrow at the Cozy Corner at 9:30 Sunda I ENOR-BANJO OR -
morning, Miss Cody announces. If morning, immediately after which' MANDOLIN IN FIVE
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any tryouts are held next week they the 'Ensian picture will be taken a' MANDOlarge FIfEoAr
will be only for those who are try- Speeding's. In order that reserva LESSONS
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urges that women desiring chorus who will be unable to be present arc;=
parts also make their appearance asked to notify Dorothy Grifith. Without nerve-racking, heart-.assembledfor this clear
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