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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

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CLA4SS BASKETBALL[
TEAMS WILL HUOD
Schedule of Regular and Extra
Practices Is Announced
by Sport Manager.
GAMES START NEXT TERM.
Organization and Development.
S of Team Play, Aimed at in
Division of Players
Dates for regular and extra class
basketball practices, as well as
plans for the first basketball spread,
have been announced by Margaret
Ohlson, '30, class basketball mana-
ger. At the last practice before va-
cation the players of each class
were divided into squads for the
purpose of organizing team play.
By this means, women on the same ,

RIFLE EXPERT STARTS TRAINING FORE
WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE MATCHES j

Gai)en dar.
January7-1
Tuetsday, 2:30-Faculty Won-
tn's club, Play-reading section,
League, Theatre alley.
4:00.--Panl Hellenic, Leaguc
Cave.
4:00_- Junior-!Senior basketball
practice, Barbour Gym.
5: 00 .- Sophomnore basketball
practice, Barbour Gym.
5:30-Alpha Gamma Sigmia,
League Cave.
7:1l5---University Girls' Glee
club, League committee room..
7:30--_Athena, Athena room,
Angell 1all.
7:30 --Portia, Portia room, An-
gell Hall.
7:45--A.A.U.W., Child Study
group. Alumnae room.
Wednesday, 7 :15 - Orchesis,
Womeni's Athletic building.
Thursday, 4 :0 (0-- Freshmen
Tirls' Glee club, League commit-
tee room.
4:00-1Freshiiman basket ball
practice, Barbour Gym.
4:00--Mummers, League Cave.
8: 00-Mu Phi Epsilon, League
building.
Friday, 4:00 --L-eague Under-
graduate party, League, Ball
room.
4:00 --Junior-Senior basketball
practice, Barbour Gym.
4:30--Archery club, Barbour
Gym parlor.
5:00 - Sophomore basketball
paractice, Barbour Gymo.,
8:30(---- Kreutzberg-G e o rg i,
L ydi a 1\4eu elssolm n Uhleatre.

SCENE OF PARTY.
Mythical Visit to Foreign Landk
! Is Third of Danices Given I
by Women's League.

WOMAN STUDENT1
MAY WED ACTOR

i

TO BE HELD THIS FRIDAY( yA 'oitc-Pr.)
England's newest newspaper is
Turky wil b thenes ;to ofto be a London daily published by
Turky wil bet~h nex ~to ofone million women if the shares
the ship Leaguetania, according to~ are sold according to. the present
the annourncenment of Willene plan. Several hundred business and
Kalinzbachz, 32, chairman of thec professional wxomen already have
commzittee in chl~arge of the ])arty If become interested in the scheme.
which will be sponsored by tha t Both men and women will ,be orv
the editorial staff.
\~r~1 eis LegueFridy ai.,eroonOne million wvomen are to each
in the ballroom of the League contribute $5 to the capital stock
building. This will be the third of of the company and at the same.
a series of League parties given this4 time become paid subscribers to the:
yain which each party repro- ' paper. This willf start the paper,
year, 1 off with a bankroll of $5,00,000)
cents a visit to some foreign counz- and a paid subscription list of 1:-
try. 000,000, mraking' it an outstandingr
Following the report which will t advertising medium, according to
be made next week~ by Eleanor the l rronti.
Cooke, '31 representative o£ thac _ I..,.... When a group of, womenz stuirdeurts
League at the convention of the at the stateuiversity of North
National Student Federation o6 I_' ;u l I' " ivto 1"Carolina were questioned as to their
Amerca astweek inPal Alt, sv- axitc Wssopinions on smoking, drinking, aid
Amra e las wkinp loAltob e vr- Maij (laspetting. all coudemed drinking.
era nw las il prbalybei Z- niversAiy of Soauthre n California only a fewe saw any hr in, siok-
tiatedby th Leage. T~ereslrta- , iutti-wre were no two inter-
tives of all schools in whi(-h there ,st-udent \V]honl,> reortod to be cii-; prettosope uwhcci-
is some form of studenxt. governmientC '(ad.io 11of mittd, hcherthat
attend the convention an i, cuss ,-', Ito) 1( 1I"ad Dix, note Mhi ;cle.Al 1 -te, oevr trz

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squad will .play. together for a time
long enough to allow them to de-
velop' and put ito practice their
own plays as an individual group.
Juniors and seniors will practice
at 4 o'clock in Barbour gymnasium
with the sophomore squad coxing
oni the floor at 5 o'clock. r4reshmen
will hold their practice fromt 4 to c
oclock Thursday.
Extra practices, as planned ear-
lier in the season, will begin this
week, with the juniors and seniors(
practicing at 4 o'clock V'riday, Jan-
uary 10, to be followed by the
sophomores at 5 o'clock. At 9
o'clock Saturday morning, January
11, practice will be beld for the
fresh men.
Because of the success of the an-
nual informal hockey spreads, thef
Women's Athletic Association de-
cided to hold a basket ball sread
as well. Plans have been made for
the one which will be held jut be-
fore class teams arc chosen. Ac-
cording to the arrangements, all
four classes will hold a practice to-
gether, and go directly to the Bar-
'our gymnasium dining room for
supper. The spread will be con-,
ducted in a manner similar to the
hockey spreads, with stunts by thej
members of the various class!
squads.
Class games will not start until
after the beginning of the second!
semester, as the freshman class sj
the only one which has beet prac-
ticing the usual two hours a week,4
becaufse of the exceptionally large
turn out for basket ball this ,,;a;o.
When the season does start, hxOWT
ever, each team will play six
games, and first and second teams!
of each class will have separate
schedules.
Furs and Fur Coats
Makeup, Repaired, Rc..
modelled and Rlined
Prices Reasonable
E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Strect
Phone 9625
SLetf Us Do Your
Shoe Repairing
Highest Quality
of Work?
A jCOOCH
1109 S"Ifth University
Halaf Block From Cawp ii.

A member of the womn's rille
versity, Washington, D. C., has starl
men's intercollegiate matches. The
the chiampionilihip for the past three
two of the winning teams.
New York Dance Autho

t[cajn'at George Washzingiton uni-
rted practicin,"g for the coining wo-
George , Wa.,shirigtoii teamnhas won
10 years; ,yMissi rTaylor has captained
rity Thinks Waltz
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R~1teturn Wt 1(vv1of Long kirts i-3tu~ly, 9"1a Frsmniias Istuentprob1(2rsMoth n iia~l Luy halnbeoen kiss.1d byyoungktbl rcicBror.n. ctl.itn
- - -. --12:0et All pat eLabourDeGymrand international. l
With the return o[ the long skirt,, type o,(I*sir in voguelit, . diflerent. 200 l LmdD ct efinite action will be taken ths
the revival of th( ie iefl, iaiS~ooth eldsvn h tl fdnIng eage Cve.i week by the Undergraduate on-.---
ly-d di h tyto ~lcnigliding dlance will be brouglht '''c' a pplr ttpesm 1~~%A~ RTS Si Pan committee of the League to
wtaa~ waspopulr al i~ia saiaencourageST Sstudents to take advan-:
fou ndeio the ehef fhoui l! t a The sirt, underg;omug radi-l1 DO 'SST R CTrage of t ecuaehe opportunity offered by!
Claiouister belUie 01 I 5~oiii ltic . R B AII& SO N CO
ahllf, (hang-s duini ahe past, has, local business houses which ave:
of Russian Dlancinag in New York. i iu.aisopiion, either restricted or rrAIwiax ucs extended credit to the Lanue oilm
I-e expresses tlis i 1)1 oP ill a JO -an fldte rcflnes o!tae- A sister act"amrt exhibit is now accounts purchiasedlby students.TBISE
uary issue of "Outlooka," entitled iaa oduyasa ibeing pmreseted in Washington D Letters will be sent this week to
I Long Skirts and Waltz."sit~fl. C. by Berthe and Eilen a de Ielle- alsroiisanddrmtres'
The dancer attributesi this 'belie'fWt nayi t econd-bratith, Hungaian artists. In the pann h ehdo banigS IN II
Withthi aaalyis t te c inc-national ca)tol they are pantinia hs rdw o ho isaguin orlf'LA OT RY S P IE
to the fact that, psychiologically. tion between clothes and dancing1 notables in dublicate. thWoposrof, t, he orkofnthe o-
clothes have a great inheiece upon in view, the author (concludes that IBrl.ptstesbet hdwn s phrgaseuofte ampikn omitheeDRJ S 1ND IS
one's attitude, and iupon the way the plaiesnt trend ill dresses is al- i e. ' iyapel o e, eanutcysra ypQa rry'omi se, J t7L" a
in wicha wmancariesherelfread ? spoasile fo a eveo- ' while )Illna paints; her artistic in- anucd yseay lntoasowlngrstpef Goodhews, and Jacobson's have
Perhaps, as he says, consciousnessmnofalwigois tye erpretation of the sister's charac- }~rdt xed rdtt h
ofasitwih ag osl dan-ce, which will surely lead us tr.1offrdt xed(dtt h
back to the waltz and its similar We anig Ncoa Wome's League with 5 per cent oh - .0 E IETYSRE
makes the walk graceful. It stamids ,Longworth, speaker of the House,
to reason, therefore, that it will a-of ' [ tos.ilerthe put ima downr on canvas as eeyprhs aeb tdn
feet one's dancing, too, is his con-(an outdloor sportsman, while her proid the L e ucagu smenied _
elusion. Dancing, lie states, is only Nsotice, sister depited hin as a studious attenieofprcae
a more animated form of walking.; orliesis will meet at 7:15 statesman. oa oc co o o nc ,o" n t oo ga os ct t
"A skirt," states the d(l'1 efl o'clock Wedhecsday, at i he Woan- The two airls have been paiting;
" seems to .dod a dlance of its own, een's JI~cdck house. All members since they were three and four I A
like a lovely echo of datncingfieet."nins.h be present, and Tliy 0one1i years old, Berthe being the Older. i II
'-He cites the developnaat of the ,tre.' stct in becomaing a member Even at this age their father, a D R S 0E
skirt during past decades and msnvtdawel udptlwyr predictedget-f
fnsa connection between. the - -=. ness for them. V u
OEy I" 'A4.m{ $n.
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Your Cboicc of Ri
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--ALL SIZES - ALL HEELS 1
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II raious lines flucnt adfinnndpping hemlines, flares, princess
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whent it makes its appearamce fromi
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stationery. Ithas duality, character,
suifstance- there is son(:thing
about its crispness, its rich textmure,
that tends to n ake even the dullest
letter Seem positively eloquent.

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