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ANNUAL BANQUET AT FIELD HOUSE ENDS EgES C06RNELLS PROGRAMS READY L° ATEST TYLES
HOCKEY SEASON WITH PRESENTATION OF FOR PAN HELLENIC,
P RIZESTO PLAYERSAND POINT WINNES '.....ICKEIT- HOLDERS '

Tw l-trTasApitdmine, '31; Dorothy Elsworth. '32 acCrstob f nsa
Dorothy Feiske. 32Ed: Hernia DneCrst eo nsa
Instead of One as in I Grabowsky. '30Ed: Betty H-eal, .r; . Design in Black and j
AFormer Years. ('32Ed; Myrtle Kutchinski, '3Ed,
____ Kathryn MMurray, 3lEd:; Frances; A Silver Motif.
FACULY GIES. ALKS Sackett, '31: Helen Schneider, '31,
FCLYGVSTLS and Albertina Maslen. '31.. FLOWERDAY DECORATESj
Players Receive Honors.W;
Forty-Three W in1 Numerals. Next on the program came thc ... *-~*'*. McKinney's Cotton Pickers to
Throgh artciptio in i ndividual awards for team mem Frnih7MsicFro
Throgh artiipaion n (bers. All first team iplayers werc I FrihMscFot
trInterciass Hockey.I awarded 100 W.A.A. points, and ar e1 9 Till 1:30.h
Ientitled to numerals, unless thcy ~ ~ oe h aetcest h
Clo itie:season In the usual; ave received them before. For Wom-Ieenicwballhay eceiveWthei
manner, the -hockey banquet last( those who have won numerals i! la-elni almyreev hi
night came Atthe end of what both other sports, hockey sticks to be i *lncras upon presentation of the
coaches and players deemed a suc- sewed on these numerals are pre- I ticket today at a table in Univer-
eessfuzl year. The seniors are un- sented. Those who won 100 pointsu! sity hall from 8 to 12 o'clock. Pro-
disputed champions in the inter- are as follows: grams will be in an unusual dsigi
class5 tournamenz, while 7e9, Tau Seniors. F. Bielby, D. Bloom, AM of black and silver.
Alpha came out om. top of the in- Cassidy, M. Geb, H. Grabowsk. DITePnHlei ali h
tra-mural -matches. For this, they F. Sackett. G. Smith, M. Stahl. Jun-largestanelleniocthbsalsnthon-
received the intramural cup, while fors, A. Masl en, H. Domine, E..solrges te wom of the a pus,
individual awards' were presented Hatch, E. Koch, M. Lamb, HI.and wil byte givenothyeamonFrs,
the interclass' players. Two all-star Moore, F. Seys, E. Whitney, H. Wil- tgci(r csPho IdaNv29inheM a.Bc'
teams' were appointed instead of son, E. Scarff, T. Scneidr; Sophzo- ?!Saa Slv, Joda, Nov.m29, nrohe Myraheachm
one this year. mores, E. Bates, D. Birdzell, D. Els-"'Sitenyara olgr,of Itha Jorn'sLaseblydrog.fthe o i
Frances Bielby, '30, interclass worth, M. Elsworth, D. F elsk, E yarod(ilo Ihca,ensLaubilngThromwlI
hockey manager, was toastmistress, Gardiner, B. Healy,. J. Levy, E.N. Y.,= who woon two scholarships, be decorated with autumn foliage l.
introducing first Mrs. Myra B. Jor- I Louden. Freshmen, B. Aberle, J. totalling $,600, earned lin scholar- and chrysanthemums which will .
daa(srofwmn h soeBnly Rlidee Dioe,~sip funds, and recently entered harmonize with the paneling ofc
dCornell.r ofwthe, room.oe BetowerR.day and, . Sons, arc
on "Palfimer Field." Miss 'Laurie Botsford! A. Cummings, D. Dunlap, Cornll __thedo h oran os r
Campbell followed, talking about J. Fecheimer, G. Schroeder, Al. _______--_________;do__ inn eysecottnP er ico
"Hockey Clubs." "Intramural" was Stearns, M. Wurgburg, R. Unsworth. Recoring ys oetranhasceese-o
the subject of a speech by Missi The final presentation of the eve-; Reicscrdinto frnistahs mu sicoth
Dorothyl Colby, while Miss Editha ning was the hockey cup which was dnigwihwl efo ni
Barthelospoke on "Play Day." 'awarded to zeta Tan Alpha. There ivill beahianceiil thef1:309ouclock.
All-Star Teams Chosen. League ballroom tngt with Breakfasts are being given at'
Following the speeches, the all- IDRIVE FORN W tnghstrtem wr anune b is Bob Carson's orchestra p]bz~ing. most of the sorority ouses on the'
Ctarpel hs teams were nu cbyssn;W ,A E B R Since it is the night before aI campus after the ball for the mem-
by the coaching staff and the cap- B EGINS AT O1NCE holiday, the hours will be the bers and their guests. A new cs-t
tains or managers of the class i ______samef1 as for Friday night, from 9 tom is being instituted this year in;
tems Te irt ea rzzsitso Bginig mmditeyth W- to 1:30 o'clock. having breakfasts served in the
tF eas. Tfirt team;coIst, o egninemmditlymheao-.-- -private dining room of the League
CFowky Jean BtfR,'33;tRIHeramn'Atlic oiatioi co!, Al members of Mortarboard building for some of the groups.
O-aowk, 3;RW etyHelducting its annual membership are to call Virginia Losee, 30 a Katherine Wilcox, '31. is cai-I
'32Ed; LI,. Annette Cumainsg, '33; drive, which is in charge of Eliza- .,a
LW, Mildred Cassidy, '3OEd; C H, 1 ehWiny 3, raue fte7117 before noon today to re-( man of the ball and will lead th,
Elizabeth 'Whitney, '2lEd (c); LH,( organization.Woearbinap ceive directions rearding sr- grand march. Assisting her are
Woeanrebeig I - ving-in h usantaro. Rachel .Fleming, '32, who has '
MagrtSbe,'0 H Fpointed as representatives of . thei charge of the decorations; Ernes-
Levy; RF,Marion Geb Esther 'arious classes, who will approach*.. __.. - ---'-- tine Wagner, '31, progams; Flo-I
Bet 'el," oaE t e o k,3Ed. or call woen, w n b rson their .listsA s pro - Irence Frandsen, '31,.'chaperones;l
The second team is made up off tpecmtimembers onefow.AA.insheUveit of AtMeicignfor tecon-Katerine MMurray, '31, refresh-
CF, Dorothy Marshick, '30 Ed' RI the meanieanonwhwihsvtinoAhlicCfrneofnets; Jeanie Roberts. 32, music;
Elizabett~ Hatch, 'sl1Ed (c) ; RW, to pay her dues may do so in the American College Women, which+ Katherine errin, 32, hall; Jannet,
Frances Bielby, '30; LI,'W.A ADorceioteLeguhuid is to take place in April. The Mich- I Michael. 31, tickets: Doris Dens-=fiacst
F'eiske, '32Ed, LW, Janei Fechemini l icto for membership ii ig-an etAithleic iAsociaionispresi- o~e, '31, pfiances;and Helen Do-
'33; CH, Margaret Wurzbug I os A.fvepoetsof being cryeitd dy ento sithe orencet. intsmne'3,pbcty
SM; Margaret Olson, '30; L, IA oihss__________
Helen Moore, '3lEd; RIF, Helen Wil- Iwt iepit n h amn a epnil fritive brides started in WashingtonI
son, '31; LF, Dorothy Birdzell, '32;1 of one dollar. The points may be There is no limit to they number D. C., by the Young Women's Chris-
Goal, Ruth Unsworth, '33.! earned in numerous ways, and aniy c of women who may become mem-( tian Asociation. Nir. Irving\W.I
High point Awards Mate. (Woman who already have points bers of W. A. A., and it is open to Ketcham, educational' director of
In 'the absence of Dr. Margaret which are not recorded should see all women on campus, including the association, said that the school'
Bell, Dorothy 'Touff, president of or. call Ruth Marshall, '31, point freshmen. was the result of a large number of"-
W.A.A. made the awards. recorder for W.. A. A. .- ----.---requests from young woen, in- j
High point winners were ,awarded Points can be secured by hiking BRIDES ATTEND CLASSES' eluding many Washington debut-I
in accordance with the number of (iemls lyn nsm nr--- antes. Biscuit making is a major
points they had won. Those womenI1 mural team, swimming, golf, horse- l Classes in coxing, marketing, I subject in this course of instruc-
who have earned 600 points,' and back riding, archery, bowling, rifle, household management, directing tion in holding husbands. The best
as a result ,arc given; the privilege fencing, and dancing, by keeping servants, and dressmaking is the way to use leisure time is also
of buying and wearing W.A.A. pins a daily health record on W. A. A. curriculum of a school for' prospec- .1 taught.
are: Dorothy Bloom, '30; Herma health cards, for playing on a class............---------_-_--____-_-______- ____
Grrowkbo '3Eskyeenoi'3Otamid;oceHelenebal, as ImilIIe,~llliteamllflin111ihockey,1111111bas1111etblltlllill~llibase-tlt
'31; Helen Moore, '3 lEd; Elizabeth! ball, or for participating in a ten- IE-
Whitney, '3lEd; Dorothy Felske,I nis tournament. (_/
'32Ed, Small M's were presented to I Members of W. A. A. will have a
those who have won 300 or more special task this year in enrtertain-_ I
pointes. On this list are: Helen Do- I -g the guests who come to thel BEAUTY S OP^1
-.___- telic's lermaanent....... ......8.50 ,
Mastoral Special Permanet........... 6.50 -
\ithx six months' service
Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying I, Marcel.............................73c
Also 25% of on all work done every Monday
G To UNj IV ERIT Y MU~fSIC HOUSE 'l , and Tuesday except peranents. ih~~76
For Everything M usicali ttlrltllililllil1lilliu iiillilllttllllliillllltlii'
Radis:--
Majestic, 'Victor, Cusly.
LtTERS5 . .. Pianos:-

111 MIMS,

Seniors Win Hocke'
Titie; F rosh, Second
Seniors trouned U the jni~or
hockey aggregation. 3-1 in the ina'
clash or the initerclass tournament
r. iv in- th-,m a cecan iilte for the
season with six consecutive victor-I
ics. Soiphoniore~s closed a losing 8ea-
son by succuiibin, to the speedy
f rosh squad by a score of 6-1.
IThe junior-senior conflict was
'closely contested, advancing weltl
into the second half with a 1-1
sce, Playing on both sides was,
I however, mediocre, showing fiery
little of the spectacular perform-
ance that was exhibited by both
teams the first of the seas~on~.

JUNIORS SET DT
FR HPLAY TRYOUTS
Appointments May be Made
Next Week for Hearing for
Cast and Chorus-
TRYOUTS START DEC. 12
Appointments nmay be made to
try out for the Junior Girl's Play at
a table in University H.All on Tues-
day, Wednesday, and Thursday of
next week from 9 to 12 o'clock and
from 1 to 4 o'clock. Tryouts will be-
girl on Thursday, Dec. 12. They
w'vill be held fromt 3:30 to 6 o'clock
on Thursday and Friday, and from
9:30 to 12 o'clock onl Saturday
morning The Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre in the' League building will
be the scene of the tryouts.
E~ach woman trying out, whether
she be trying for a cast or chorus
part, must prepare a song and a
dance. Those competing for cast
parts must in addition be prepar-
ed to recite a short dramattic selec-
tion. Womein are requested to fur-.
nish their own accompanist, but if
'this is impossible, one will be pro-
lided of the request is made at the
time of the appointment. Dancing
Imay be clog, chorus, or specialty

-Sceniors..
*Freshmen
'Junior..
8ophomuore

W L T Pct.
.. G 0. 0 100
,. , .4 1 1 80
.24 0 331-3
....0 60 0

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jBoth the freshm 'i
more teams played a

and sopho-
much better

*~.** b rand of hockey, the second year
:::{<:'.' .'' : quad meetin~g its sixth defeat still
A Ish~owving a plucky fight. They were
.4 4:t out-played in every phase of the
dssctued 'Tes Poto game by a faster, better developed
A~scite~Prss ILLO unit. The freshmen forward com-
Mirs. Ruth Dad~jur-4n, bnaio worked out a seemingly
Wife of Prof. H. k. Dadourian of unfailing play wherein they cecu-
Trinity College, charged that longI tered the ball to Jean Botsford who
skirts and tight waists will "pro- 'carried it down the field, and on
duce a psychology adverse to the four occasions put it across the
further progress of women." sophomore goal.

n. n G ,Aail, ierLa,, or an ni-n
SHORT STORY BY MIC HIGAN STUDENT e11 s parts may be tried out for.
PUBLISHED IN" 'TRANSIT ION' MAGAZINE IfSecond tryouts will be 1-eld after
I- - Christmas for those whom the corn-
! yCeilaShriver, '31. IGrand Rapids Herald. His review mnittec judges best adapted 'for thc
B.Ceilaparts.
cIn the number of "Transition" of "Farewell to Arms" appeared in Tryouts for the play are in charge
magazine for June, 1929, appeared 1the November issue of the Inlanderi of Ruth Van Tuyl, '31, who wilt
a story, "A Twig. Three Sisters and; and is conceded by Professor Pack i tnswer any questions- in regard tj
a Moon," written by a Michigan ; to be thme best book review puih-sl them.
senior, Willis Holden. It was under ed this monthl
MADISON, Wis.--Fifty-sevena per
the inspiration of Professor Jack, ; Having had his literary efforts ' cent of the students of the Uiver-
Rhetoric department head, that it !accept.ed by " Transition" is cer- ((city of Wisconsin are at least self-
was sent in for publication. Hlis tain indication that Mr lolden'sI supporting accordin-g to the uni-.
nex sor, No Aarly,"is to ap-; ability as a"wie is most .rms versity statistician. The survey hasf
nextstoy, NoMarlyn, ~rterprois-been made from. 7,798 students rjf
pear in they December issue of, lug. Hie is a great admirer of the ;the total 9.468 enrolled:~ Of thos~e
"Manuscripts," a magazine, edited wr fJmsJy ,Vrii icue ntesre ;3 r
by a former Michigan student, Wil- oko ae oi, igna nlddintesre ,3
lis Kinnear, '29.; Woolf, and Marcel Proust, whose wholly self-supporting, 1,154 arc
"Js< aohr o ;esudn names appa reunlyi1h more than half self-supporting,
Jut nohe, ob s tie magazier"Transitintlisnprmah-e1,697 a 'eless than half self-sup-
that's looking for a jbisteimazie"Tasto"spra- porting, and the remaining 3,315
lmodest estlmae Mr. Bolden places 1ly interest ed in young and enthu- ,are independent.
on his future possibilities. Uponl siastic writers as experiments, amidI
graduation this F'ebruary, he is 'will no doubt influence more cre- j MADISON, Wis.--One of tihe old-
planning to enter newspaper and ative writing. It advocates self-ex- 'est University of Wisconsin tradi-
magazine work with the intention 1 pr ession, realism, and an i i~epen- tions, the annual St. Pat parade of
ofstrtngasa eorer H oca dent disregard o. exis, Uiug conven - 'ite engineering students, was vot-
sionally reviews novels, essays, and tional rules for writing. Its spiritI ed 'defunct by the student govern-
poetry for the Detroit Free Press. j is well defined on the'fyla njigbado h olg fEgn
and has written several special I these words, "Time is a tyranny to ! ering because of lack of interest
articles for his home paper, the be abolished." Io h ato h tdns

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