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ALL TICKETS
FR HCOMING
Pan.Hcllenic Decorative
by Local Florist WX
Fit Ballroom.
USE LEAGUE BUIL
Tickets for the Pan-Hell
to be field on Nov. 29 in t
Beach Jordan assembly roo:
Women's League building a
pletely sold out and there
a large demnand for then
cannot becfiled, as the sit
ballroom limits the party
* couples. Tickets have been
tioned to the sorority hou
dormitories in proportion'
number asked for, but the
has greatly exceceded the si
Decorations for the ball
furnished this year by Fl
and Sons. As this is the fij
Hellenic ball to be held
" League building, an entir
fcrent scheme of decoration
used this year. Autumn
tions wil be carried out b,
of colored leaves and chr3
mums, a scheme which wi
with the paneling off the rc
bring out its rich coloring.
McKinney's Cotton Picket
Recording orchestra will bi
ture of this year's ball.r
chestra is well-known as or
leading colored bands in ti.
try and has been playing ir
at the Graystone ballroomr
s The Pan-Hellenic ball is
xiual affair given by the we
the campus. In former yea
been,- held in the Union b
This year the use of the
ballroom has made po sil
largest party ever given.
will begin, at 9:30 and la
1;:30 o'clock after which "br
will be served at the variou.
Some of the groups have
private dining rooms at the
building for their breakf,
innovation made possible t
ry for the first time.
WILL EARN PIJ
* Alice Sunderland, '31, I
How Activity Points
bc ,Acquired.
AG the recent meeting of
more women, the point sy
its relation to -the Sophomc
aret, was explained by Al
derland, '31. According o
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S~ flfUEANJORDRNIVRIT EXPN TITUtfli[iiniprLCEAIEEUCTO I NENIEroc rUQT
ULU' OF NIVE~iT WOMN I ITAY L IIIHEI1UIIIIGJE FOR WRIIG OFORIGINAL POEMS'1, SdiiI1i UBATTLL
' t I B y li e e n D o n in , ' b eenri n flu ca e " M rs . J o rd a n c o n - 'B 1 g r e a r s 1 1 T a h rsoPl1e p r m n s a n EIRC re a ti ve e d u c a tio n is o n e o f th e iall o f th e n w m b "t s o 1 t h y. s tu d en t C- d c t o T Onv r b e n t e e s0b a s h ya e s n er
lIL imortnt uesionin talan rn-lecualv ave o al t~atis oin on_____most interesting phases of school ibody were interested in thelan-
veprite, a ys Dea yaIc n Italiay nI andi hlusd vrd ~ work at the present timhe," George! ning and production of this Vol-
Scheme e Jordan. "InI all the Old Italian c~zpecially the Inited States. Pub- eaguietana'Will Stop Of f Robert Koopman, principal of Tap- umre" Koopmnan stated. "It should; Second Frosh S uad Plays Res
lil institutions, such as the universi'i1c health, couditions for children, in Barcelona According pmr Junior High School declared be considered in the light of a high to corlesf Tie; Games
ties of Padua, Bologna, Naples, Flo- wage laws, and teachers' pensions yesterday, in discussing "Tappan type of student-faculty' project and
rence, Palermo, Genoa, and Rome, 'arc receiving their thought and,-t himn raueSi, oueo poems !as a tetbook in creative education. Ful
some which were established as; study. For four years Countess written entirely b the students of it is at the same time ani example'
,DINGj early as the twelfth century, co- Irani Robillant, a graduate of the ;FRIDAY IS SET AS 'DATE that school, and edited by Ger- of junior high school education,. JUNIORS DEFEAT SOPHS
r ;education has been the accepted University of Rome, travelled in this____ rude Perry. (an illustration of co-operative en-
tenic ball ' thing." country studying public nursing. ' Barcelona, Spain will be the first "The term creative education' deavor, and a proof of the efficiency in the iiteriass hockey meet
,he Myra Mrs. Jordan has spent many win- Since her return, open air schools, stopoff of the good ship: "League- merely means self .-. expression," Of the creative idea applied to poet- yesterday. aternoon, the Freshmen
ters in Italy in the last 25 years and have been establfished in all of the; tania" on her round the worldi Koopman explained. "This volume iry." tied the Seniors, I i Juniors tr-
zm of the has had a particularly good oppor- large cities, school nursing has be- cruise, sponsored by. the,- League' is an expression of a norma n situ- Miss Perry, who is a former stu-upedorthSpoorsan
re com- I tunity as an honorary member of come common, and there is an in-; Social committee. From. 4 until G ation. Last year, we -first took upI dent of the University, and whothFrsmneodtampyd
e is still1 the, Italian Women's ;University teligent and wei-directed cam- 'o'clock on FidaX afterngon, Nov. the idea of creative education toI has written for the "Inlander," ex- teFehens n carpa
n which( Club of Rome to study the work; paign against tuberculosis being 20, the passengers will.I enjoy Span- stress it; this is the product of our! plains in the introduction her' the Motley-Reds a scoreless gamec.
we of the and the problems faced by these waged. ish hospitality. ' effort." miethodI of stimulating the writing' Thie Freshmen versus Senior
yto 350! women as well as the conditions of "Life in Italian universities dif-~ Jean Duffield, '30 charman of Arranged in two divisions, the !of poetry among the students. She gaewsteIntro neet
n appor- Italian women in general. fers greatly from that on Am'eri- this party, anntounced he1,r plans at; -Volumes represents two dlferenti(presents three conditions which lAt th end of thie-first half It look-
ses and j Italian women attend niversi- ;can campuses. Classes are conduct- a meeting of the Laguec Social i types of work, the first is compos-; she considers tnecessary. The first,! r
to the ties for the love of learning, Mrs.! ed by professors in Prince Albert ommnit.~ e ldvs i] fe ed of selected poems, chosen from a syniatheic and appreciative at- ed as thoug h-thecl:'s of 30 wva
demnd ordn cntiued "Agret mny oat, wng ollrs.anda crtan!noon at Betsy Brbour 't'he cecora- among several hundred; the see- : osphre, she created by. herself going to bow down to the class of
uca wo entrlyontetheefo r yea ofhed an ctemeT he i e o rb-ition, rzsand tlis o bridge,en comprises first p e s hc becominga part of t e stinulative 33, escr behlg 2-0. But in, the
!will beucto through tefu erfse noneeto h ieo and the refreshments wil all arr y" serve to reveal the methods used il situation. The second must' be' a " eOnd half, the Seniors realized
lowerday course, but also take doctors' de-A place of holding classes and no rag- out the Spanish theme.-Bob Car- arriving' at original production. freedom of expression; and the terdgiyw. tsaeadte
irtPn- thesn.n Om h uie rethaleofThst uen o otafnds fhe rofhessor{son's, orchestra will play for den- Sixty-three students are represent-i third, a shift of emphasis from cot-'terdgiywsa tksadte
inth eni Rm, oe hn af fTh suen nsth roeso c sn. cc, several of them having a num- rctness to creativeness. There eon- tne final score 3-3. Dorothea Roe
'ely dif- thmhv"hD eresi uhwoecus h st aead g*br of poems included in the pub- ditions Miss Perry believes to have: ad Dickie Cuniings scored for
n will beI subjects as law, medicine, physics, finds out frpom him the hour of his Mary Louise Behymer, 31, wil liation.l been arrived at:th
dca-mathematics and philosophy. lecture. Examinations are given for have charge of bidge: Willem the _ _____________ ___- ___Frshimen-andDorothy Mharsh-
y eoans "Not many professions are open three weeks in July. Students come Kalmback, '32. of decorations; Jane' ichi arjorie Muly, and Frances
santhe- to women in Italy. Women who 'at 9 o'clock in the morning bring-' Thayer, '31, of publicity. * Director of Comedy Club Piece Discusses IBielby scored for the Seniors.,
ill fit in scear to teach attend the normal 'ing their lunches with them. They - -I'TeS~ionrs lydasot
,om 1 and oswhc qualify them to teach; do not leave the room until 5 o- HARVARD SYSTEM Experiences Encountered in Stage Career Te thom spaedasot
in elementary schools only. In the clock in the afternoon. When a -------------- --- i~gmebtwr nbet p
i' Vctruniversities xwomen are not admit- student receives his degree, he hsI S APPROVED B3 YI "Vaudeville, in my opinion, is one on the stage at the age of seven, : proach the Junior goal. 'They made"
es iearIted as teachers, although they do! thoroughly covered his subject. PROFESSOR R CE of the finest schools of acting a pro-; Mi_s Creighton hasgive nt the j"a='iC i soe pretty runs- aoxwn th. field,
eafa great deal of tutoring. There are "Italian universities are much __RICs £ - inainctor ofnhertlifetioe to the dra- 'but -the Junior goal-keeper xwas on
This or- 1 has payed asspeetive-tactorlecananattendstforthittea
Thso-a few doctors, and women lawyers smaller than American institutions. The tutorial system 'ha sucs-t i . matic arts. Shehaplydsle- telrtadteetofheem
ie ofn theare not uncommon, although xw- Students have no organizations and ;fully solved the problem of on o i ad-ha ad o Richard Mansfield. was giving er enough co-operationa
Detroitve no place in politics at all. no outside activities, most of them j what to do with large classesst youe.ndinsoener anwakodisapprovehenr wMil ShRseler.nd - T hJnos mde
1 ' Suffrage, xhich is closely restricted i living at home. Only the uipper, Harvardc,i the opinion o Prof.:ouadi te asdsprv eayMle. ing..hJuir.mda good, be
1.even among men, has not been and middle-class women canl attend Waner G. Rice. of the gishof c o your production, while courtesy I have had one other connection, ginning by making a goal in the
>an an- granted to women. the universities as there is no way apartment, who was a Enish e- alone forces an audience to stay with college life before coining to first bully. The onily. scorer was
rme it has Ementuslt he an imensipo- fthewmenstvhienatstdngschpool." avrdfcut asy~through a play." Five years o ex- the University of Michigan and Ken Domin,.- who carried of ,the
Si as On "enualthesen ieseit " wo-mfo lveswomen estudenito supor:"teHavrd(cut ls;.e. perience on the vaudeville stage that was when I played in the Im two.- points, finallug the score to
arom - --- -- - - --- - -___ Practically everyj sophomore, back Miss Bertha Creightons state- alomI----a ay nadatheMietr 2.
League jnirand senior at iarvard has a 1 mcat. Miss Creighton i senig einar Iceled"ratothe-tMolumbiaT he e-ndFrshmn0ea a-.
lble the i r1nn rtutor xwhom he sees donce a week teweek in Ann- Ar isrspndinge c eneayteerainaooubirh eodFrsmnta
Dan11in110UNIOLRNOTIUES - and who directs his work and pre of The JAr,"i or d lu rcor nvrst, remarked Miss Cerigh- the Motley-Reds were pretty evn-
ast unil -u ptroe which opened last night. Jeaiune Eagles, in my opinion, very close to scoring :a fecw times,
eakfasts 1111r lPIT 0I I7 Choruses for thae Sophomore I --o hihh utHaebfr "New York, Nexw Orleans" and SaraI was quite the best of modern act- n'either got'-pastthe goal keeper.
ssIt-uss.es.f Cabaret wilCbartlwllreheaser odaeat4odaya att 4 xplined'Pofesor,"to rioate ny faorie ctie an' rsses beaus sie hd are -alet -hervwariteotcfiatioesneac
reserved II U I ii iBULL o'clock in Barbour Gynm.Rie "Tetorschsnnte I have played throughout the Unit ard lived and thought ir dramatic f the: three games. The air wa
e League - - basis of the department in-which eci States and Canada," said Misstrs.LneF tieadHen elbikaad-heglsveCga
?asts, an Helen Jones Requests Try.Outs, There will be a W. A. A. Board tesueti ocnraig Creighton. "I like the first because Meneken are among the most pro- to ,keep -going . in order to kep
his year mieeting at 5:30 Thursday. Ev- "The adatg of thissystem is it is the center of theare life, the iciing of the young actresses, acorG. i waul. Whether - the latter-, Inouye
to Check up on Thir eryon e- please be present. that it gives every upaua contact (second, beccuse'of" its age andin toaypfencsIcnidrnpiec ei6 om tto 'a
rn 'Eligibility. with a memcuber' of -the, facultyi quaintness, and lastly I believe San that maney, who are nrot true actors, ken~'h pi a l hr; And
wlao inend to ry outwhonm he sees ofteni and with (Antonaio is the ktxfan'." aing of have been 'made" by modern' ad- te onlokers are httefg
Women ~~~~~~Lillian ""-Foster, American actress, whom he can talk over. his pro)- all because it- Is Mexian." vriigbcgons"secn a od n h em qa
'~ frth uno Grl'Plyki~ ~hppecd the eminent dramatic. s cdmcadohrie h Juliet" and all of Shakeperes eluded.sprig
onlh Jno irs la uty other solution to the obe heonswr leub MssI- --- ---________
check their eligibility at once il critic, Iani'tcitSxaffr, xwhen she I i to have mor'e cae dt aeIrlayss'~t ohxcCegao eo edi-yc . w s wentyillllli11Illilli111ll111i[~i1i111NIt11~lli~lllll
Indodrta oqusin a oeicmt hcii in a London hotel dining thmsalr" 18f-- ii while on tour with Creston' Clark,' z
uatthe tinme of tryouts, accord-(Louimsaalnersiyya'od
igtoHlnJones, general chair-! room. baecause he had criticised her Although blind,18yaol hr Edwin Booth's nephie:KAppearng E
3xplains man of the play. Eligibility from l ei'fori jiace of the lead in "Co - leIy Delesdernier has registered at(a,(.w
I"Nytepitof class is junior stand- study jour- PORTABLE --- --
Ma . pitscence". nls.TYPEWRITERS i.BEAUATY
mg hsicue hs oe H who xwill be juniors at the time of -Wnaval tal, rdei'sPraen m $.
fso - the presentationa of the play i mingon- , ls astra Pecal emn en -..65
fspho1 March. I-Crona, Underwood Wi'th s e months' service.
stem, ina rIaps civte,. f-aer'Sh m o....- Q
-Eligibility fr who ctviis sColored duco fitushes." P11CC $60 I - Soit5% t on iiwm o ne er oa
ore Cab-; of course necessary. Women woSAs 5 a11 okcoeeeyMna
ice Sun-' havre -junior standing but who are yf -, ad'uedf x permaets
ter-atnigteUniversity for';the! Do I. IVtIJL1110 S. t"U". ' - Pone 751
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one field of activity by any eligible I{participate in campus activities in
woman. , general and the play in particular.
Among the numerous positions, Ruth Van Tuyl, '31, assistant chair-
positions whichi are accorded an ac- 'I mana of the play, is in .charge of eli-
--tivitiy point are naembershaips of; gibility and xill answer all ques ,
committees, part; irath-i entertain- tions regarding it.
Men!t., positions as waitresses, and A receipt for dues paid is also
work on decorations. Chair'mena of l necessary to try out. Jane Yearnd,
counaittees ar'e responsible for the 1'31, chairman of finance, will ac-
r'ecords of those sophonmore. who cept the dues of one dollar at any
do wvork for them n-ir any of these! time from junior xvomen who hauve
fields, and should hand in their not yet paid.
eligibility lists to I hie points may The dancingn classes whicha arc
beC recorded. nlow beiag held preliminary to tihe
Whie n woan ay o al tesetryouts are open to all junior wxo-
Whil nowoma iny doallth en3 and all xwomein wito will be
t11i1ngs, any number of them xwhichia -unior next semester. It is not
dlo not conflict ma~y be tundertaken. necessary 1.0 attend the classes, but.
F'o'(xaiPQ a cc mfllitttlCniemiber vei'y helpful in trying out. All the
msay do wvor.k 01nithe decorations,1 classes i-ied riot be attenaded. Thtey
xwhich will be available before the 1 are held on Tuesday and Thurs-
Cabaret takes place. and then mayj day front 4:15 to 5 o'clock and front
also work as waitress at the Caba- j 5 to 5:45 'o'clock ira Farbour gym-
met. III. this way Shlcxwiil earn three inasium. Bathing suits must be-

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