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Announcement of First Teams
and Three Second Teams to
be Made Jan. 17.
PLAN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Annual Basketball Banquet to
be Held March 6
to Make Awards.
Plans for the remainder of the
class basketball season have been
definitely formulated. Thus far only
practice sessions have been held in
groups and no definite team com-.
binations have been used. Pirst
teams will be chosen and their
names posted on the bulletin board
of Barbour gymnasium January 17.
There will be, in addition to these,
three second teams, the upperclass
unit composed of juniors and se-
niors, and a freshman and sopho-
more team. Members of second
teams are asked not to drop out of
the tournament, because regular
games will be scheduled for them
as well as for first squads.
Games to Begin January 21.
Games will begin Monday, Janu-
ary 21. The seiiors will meet the
juniors at 4 o'clock; sophomores
will play freshmen at 5. The upper-
class second squad will oppose so-
phomore seconds at 4 o'clock Tues-
day afternoon, January 22. Three
games are scheduled for Thursday,
seniors vs. freshman and upper-
class vs. freshman seconds at 4
o'clock, and sophomores vs. juniors
at 5. This will conclude the games
before final examinations. During
the examination period no games
will be played nor will any practices
be held, but a faculty team will
challenge each ofutheclass squads
to meet them then, so such squad
will have an opportunity to play
once. At the opening of the new
semester a general practice will be
held in which the senior and sopho-
more groups, and juniors and
freshmen will practice together.
A senior-sophomore game, at 4
o'clock, and a junior-freshman
game at 5 o'clock will be called
Thursday, February 20. The tresh-
man seconds will meet the sopho-
more seconds at 4 the same day.
These contests will conclude the
first round of the tourney; the sec-
ond series will begin Tuesday Feb-
ruary 25. The final game of the
class tournament will be run off
Tuesday, March 4.
Plan Social. Events.
Social activity for the -basketball
season is planned, as well as athle-
tic contests. A spread will be held
February 25 to which all who are
interested in basketball are invited.
A supper will be served in the base-
Values Formerly $7.50 and
EXHIBIT MODERNS J NIOD TO DANCES AT LEAGUE AND UNION PROVE VERY POPULAR,
DEEINITET19M SPRING F ABRICS d |0 DORMITORIES, SORORITIES RESUME SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Original designs which exemplify flOnly a few sorority and dorm- corporation meeting of Delta Delta
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P LAY O EM A INPERONnative inspiration, conception, and 10 DH L U U II U tory parties and dinners have tak- Delta held at the chapter house.
execution are on exhibition at the'Winifred Chase of Detroit, and Mrs.
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;architectural school. The showing Tryouts for Cast and. Chorus to1nLee Young and Mrs. John L.
is called "Americana" because its ob- Take Similar Ability Tests danced at the League and Union Brumm of Ann Arbor, who will be
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ject is to promote American reflec- A dS h dI this week-end o else divulged in 'pthere for the meeting, will also be
ment of Barbour gymnasium, after tion and taste. In fact it is an ad- Accordingto- entertainments planned for smaller dinner guests this noon.
4agrups. Dr. Pauline Spring, '29, of Pon-
1which each class will entertain with vanced phase of the recent indus- MUST CHECK ELIGIBILITY: Alpha Omicron Pi and Martha tiac, who has been staying at the
a stunt. The annual basketball trial at revolution which is pro- ;Cook dormitory residents were the League building this week, has
banquet for class and intramural ducing a spiritual awakening in Second tryouts for the Junioronly two orgaizations to have par- been a dinner and luncheon guest
players is an event of Tuesday, fabric creation. Girls' Play have been scheduled as ties during the week-end. The so- at the Kappa Delta house several
The display is especially inter- follows: Numbers from 1 to 50 will ority entertained, midst decorations times during the week.
March 6. At this time seasons re-jesting because it shows the printed appropriate 'for a barn dance, such Announcement was made at the
wards to winning teams will be materials that will be popular for try out from 3:30 to 5:30 Monday, as candles- for light and boxes for Kappa Kappa Gama house Monday
presented. Committees for the :spring and summer wear. Women January 13, those from 50 to 100 chairs, at a hard time party last evening of the engagement of Jean-
spread and banquet will be an- who journey to Palm Beach for the Tuesday, January 14, and those evening. Refreshments were served nette Dale, '31, to Raymond Wach-
winter will not only be living there, from 100 to 100 Wednesday, Janu- mnthe basement. Mrs. C. T. Olm ter, '29, Phi Delta Theta.
nbut will also be wearing their sur- stead and Mr. and Mrs. William E. -S Guests at the Pi Beta Phi house
Time and score-keepers for class roundings in diverse styles and ary 15. A song, dance, and mono- Underdown of Barton Hills were this week have been Miss Lois
games are needed, and all who vol-' cuts. Other popular playgrounds logue must be presented, whether the chaperones. Woodruff, '29, of Pasadena, Call-
unteer to assist will be given a cam- such as Catalina Island, Newport, trying out for a part in the cast or The Martha Cook formal dance fornia, and Miss Margaret Ghentz,
activity point. Those interested Havana, Bermuda, and Dream Gar- chorus. on Friday night was the annual Mrs. Esther 'aarshi Cram, '29, of Grand Rapids.
'den, have been reproduced in silk. Tryouts who are unable to come winter affair and was attended Regent bf the University, whose
this may sign a slip to be A second group represents Ameri- at the hours arranged are asked to this year by 60 couples. Carrying tea on Thursday was the outstand- Six hundred women out of a thou-
posted on the gymnasium bulletin can National Park. Astounding call Ruth Van Tuyl, assistant chair- out the Hawaiian decorations that ing social event of the week. sand were declared ineligible for
board Monday. works of nature as canyons, water- man of the play, in order to make were used, an Hawaiian hut sur. - ------------ - rushing at the University of Minne-
falls, and precipices are pictured in other arrangements. Those who rounded with palms was erected at Alice Morrison, '30 announces her sota as a result of poor grades at
NOTICES these patterns. The motif is entire- have received notices of ineligibil- one end of the blue room, andth engagement to Mr. Clyde Kennedy the end of the fall quarter. This
ly scenic and arouses an impression ity must see Miss Grace Richards members of the orchestra wore leis of Detroit. Six out of town guests has caused much feeling against
of grandeur and sublimity. about the matter. around their necks. Miss Margaret were present for the occasion. the deferred rushing system insti-
Members of the Board of the The third group features the --- Smith and Miss Alta Atkinson This afternoon there will be a tuted there this year.
Women's Athletic association AmericanIndian Serie . This sub- WA- -DREC-T--chaperoned-eaffair.T art e le-s-
t will have their pictures taken at Amrca! WOMAN DIRECTSchprndheaai.o
12:15 Monday at Spedding's. nns ject inspires figures made into rich Gamma Phi Beta announces the Illlllllllllllllt1[ll lllllllllllllllill
2:_Mda coloring and myterious symbols. ROXY PUBLICITY pledging of Charlotte Hedke, '33, of HEAR
Fanciful Indian lore and historic Trenton, and the initiation of Mar-
Expert typists can be secured incidents furnish plots for the at- Miss Martha Wilchinsky has held jorie Burdette, 31, New Gardens, Inspector Edward Kunath
Iy calling the office of therAd- tractive design. the position of publicity director Long Island; Margaret Gray, '31,
risers to women, where there Technical and aesthetic skill.of one of the largest theatres in Brockton, Mass.; Esther Way, '32, Head of the NarcotSquad inDetrot
are many have been combined with usual free- the world for two years. She came Saginaw; Eleanor Robson, '32, Speak on
The Executive Board of A .A. domnto produce designs suitable for to the Roxy Theatre after being Charleston, West Virginia; Eva TEB
TheExeutie Bard on-.A varied types of costumes. Aside! discovered by Roxy himself at the I Loomis, '32, Detroit; and Bevely i THE DOPE PROBLEM
jU.W. will meet at 3 o'clock Mon i from the originality, which makes Capitol where she was then work- Armstrong, 31, Jonesboro, Arkan- in
!lay afternoon at the home of sa,, ing
ivr.Abr oseu 01Vn-the patterns exclusively "chic," ing.ss Harris Hala 70 ."oih
rs. Albert Rousseau, 2001 Vine- ;the modernity of the designs is es- She is unaware of the magnitude sDelta Zeta entertained at a rush- a aA a 7:oo . . oglvd
wood Blvd. pecially noticeable. It cannot be of her success and treats it with ing party on Thursday. Alpha Del- Following the Regular Student Supper at 6:30 P. M.
Mill girls in Southbridge, Mass., called modernistic, for it is not un- unassumed modesty. And although ta Pi also entertained the same
have adopted overalls for wear at usual in figure. However, it may be she is supreme over a whole force evening. - - - --
work. called contemporary, since it treats of men, she finds them pleasantly Phi Sigma Sigma announces the
with scenes involving us today. The co-operative instead of bitter at marriage of Gusta Goldberg, '28, of
The Queen of Spain has adopted idea is novel enough to be adapted Feminine Control. What she Salmouth, Kentucky, to S. J
emeralds as the fashionable pre- instantly as a new fad. considers her most valuable as- Schure, '26, of Chicago.
cious stone, i set is her womanly intuition and I At a dinner given at the Chii
cious stone, Olive Hatch, holder of several west- attributes her success to this. Omega house last Monday evening,
Women now have the right to ern swimming titles, was chosen by-~-
use the club and lounge cars on a group of moving picture directqrs and
Central Vermont Railway trains for as one of the most beautiful girl
smoking purposes as well as men. swimmers of southern California. -ov eltya y
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