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ITter-Class Teams Amy Loomis Speaks
Hold Practice Game to Pi Lambda Theta
Interclassbasketball competition Amy Loomis, diretor of the Ly-
bega yeterdy ateroon ithdiaMendelssohn theatre, address-

Second Week of Semester Is
Set fdr First Elimination
Professor IIollister of Speech
Department Advises Women
to Compete.
First preliminaries of the Thom-
as E. H. Black Oratorical Contestl
,will be held during the second week
of next semeter. This contest is!
open to any undergraduate, mar orI
woman, who .s eligible to partici-
pate in studeiit activities. Speak-j
ers should choose some theme sug-
gested by the New Testament or
in some way related to such
According to Professor Richard
Hollister of the speech department
this contest presents an opportuni-
ty for students to express sincere,
personal ,and individual thoughts
freely. He also stated that this con-
test will not be a religious or doc-
trinal contest but rather one in
the fields of sociological and hu-
man relationship. He advises stu-
dents to express their true selves
in this contest and not to advo-
cate a cause or support some or-
ganization. Thq motive back of the
contest is not a question of exped-
iency or policy or propaganda but{
just a chance for students to ex-I
press individual opinion.
After the first preliminaries a
squad will be selected and this.
squad will be given thei, personal
help in developing their speeches
for final preliminarips. If possible,
they will be sent out in groups of
two and three to speak before
church organizations in other

three games on the schedule.
The senior first team, played the
:unior first team, with a resultingF
-eore of 29 to 13. The upperclass
motley team won the game with tle
freshmen second team with a snore
of 18 to 10. The sophomore first
team was to play the junior first
.earn at five o'clo(k but the con-
Vest was pcOStponed.
The second series of interclass
Basketball games will be played oft
iext. Thursday. At four o'clock the
,eiiior first team will meet the
reshman first team and the up-
irerlass motley team will meet the
freshman second team. At five
Yclock the sophomore first. team
will meet the junior first team.
Everyone is expected to report!
for interclass games, and all those
nterested should come out to sup-
port their team.
Twenty-nine qualities were the
>asis of personality ratings of pop-
lar students on the campus by aa

el the meeting of Pi Lambda Program to be Divided Between
Theta, honorary educational so- Natural, Clogging and
ciety, last night on the subject of Natial Danging.
'Amateur Theatricals in Educa- - National Dancing.
How to correlate amateur the-
,4tricals with the work which chil- Ad
dren are doing in the grades formh-: All women interested In dancing
dI the central teousht of Mis ara invited to attend the Orchesis
Loomis'. talk. She attempted, in meeting which is being held to-
Sdiseussing this problem, to pre- night. The meeting is to be in tfwo
sent a general idea of procedure, parts, from 7:30 to 8:00 and from
and to set forth the type of ama- 18:30 to 9:30 o'clock, the first to.:be
teur plays which should be at- h regular natural dancing which
temptedgby children of grade Orchesis has always interested it-
self in, and the second to consist- of
la group sponsored by the organizlz-
RE GENIT CRAM PLANS TEA tion which will interest itself main-
ly in clogging and national dane-
Regent Esther Marsh Cram is ing.
having the third and last of her The national dancing will not be
entertainments in January, from the folk dancing with which every
four until six o'clock next Friday one is acquainted, but will be the
afternoon, in the form of an in- solo and couple dancing of the va-
formal "at home" for both men rious countries,
and women. The "at home" will beI Regular mnembers of Orchesis are
held in the Grand Rapids room cfI urged to attend the meeting; to-
the League building. ight.


in psychology at the Univer-
of Colorado

Associed rress Prior
The royal wedding ceremony in the Pauline chapel of the Quirinal palace in Rome when Princess Marie
Jose, the only daughter of the king and queen of Belgium became the bride of Humbert of the House of
Savoy, Prince of Piedmont and heir to the Italian throne.


New Closing Hours Adopted1
Cafeteria and Russian
Tea Room.

Art, Needlework, and Hooked Rug Groups
of Faculty Women's Club Do Unusual Work
Art work is attracting a great ed in hooked rugs and needle workI
Dd eal of attention in the Faculty!adi eddb Ms .H rf
Women's club and there are now,
according to Mrs. Frederic H. Ald- fitts. Others who are doing this
by rich, president of the club, four in- work are Mrs. F. R. Finch, Mrs. B.
dividual groups devoted to this in- D. Thuma and Mrs. J. B. Waite.
terest. Two of the groups deal with These groups meet about every
hooked rugs and needle work, and week and the interest in them is
the other two with painting. keen.
3D Mrs. T. G. Hegge is doing unusual _ _



Including our Entire Stock of Suedes, Reptile and Brown Kid-
skins in our Well Known Jaqueline Modes
Values $I Vaiues

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state work with hooked rugs at present. A
The second preliminaries will be kAanoerich i tachigindustrial at unceLastc hance
held just after spring vacation. At Fountain service at the League Norville wher Dr. Heggeis c- to Order All Jackets
this time four or five students will building will remain open until turing. Mrs. Koella is also doing
be selected for the final contest 10:30 every week night and until needle work which she is exhibit-. Today is the last day for the or-
Which will he held in May. 11 o'clock on Sunday nights, - ing. Mrs. Guy Maier is heading dering of W. A. A. jackets from Do-
Three prizes are offered, a firs cording to one of the rulings put one section of painting. Other rothy Birdzell, '32. Anyone who is a'
prize of $100 and a gold medal, a in ymembers of this group who are do- member of the Woments Athletic
Ssecond prize of $50, and a thirdJ in force by the House coirmmtteing commendable work .are, Mrs. Association may place an order any
prize which will be a very fine edi of the building recently. The en- Fielding Yost, Mrs. Palmer Chris- time between 2 and 3:30 o'clock to-
tion of the Bible. tire cafeteria will be open on danc tian, Mrs. C. E. Wood, Mrs. B. M. day in the W. A. A. office in the
The final contest again this year nights as usual. Davis, and Mrs. F. A. Coller. Mrs. League building.
>as last year will be held on some 1B. F. Bailey is head of the second Anyone who wishes to arrange
Sunday in May, probably in a The Russian tea room will open group of painters, the other mem- for a fitting may call Miss Birdzell
church. It is held on this day in Iat 1:30 every afternoon and close bers being, Mrs. J. B. Pollock, Mrs. at 7717. The price of the jackets is
order to get away from the formal at 6 o'clock. Members of Mortar-- Lowell J. Carr, Mrs. R. V. Church- $6.75, payable when they are de-
'contest atmosphere. All speeches board will continue to e n ill and Mrs. Hempstead Bull. livered, which will be in about two I
Will be limited to 15 minutes. Wed The fourth group is also interest- weeks.
Anybody desiring further infor- nesdays, but new arrange-__ __ __
oration may call Professor Hollister ments for compensation of their I 11111 111111111111l11101111010111l 110100601111111001101101001000110011101111111
at University 526. He advises those services has been made by- which1
Interested to enter the first pre- they will receive half of ',he aft:er-.
liminaries because if they make
"the squad they will be given spe- noon's receipts. Orders may bek
cial help. Anybody that wishes to made at the Food Shop. for fancy BEAUTY SHOP
do so, however, may enter at the pastries, bread, and all other foods,
time of the second preliminaries. served in the cafeteria. - Marcel 75c
Professor Hollister specially advises Several new restrictions have Hair Trimmed c
women to enter because of the na- b new res io he
ture of the contest which allows for building and will be strictly en- Soft Water Shampoo.50c
individuality and should be well forced and any infringements se-1 25% off on all work every Monday and Tuesday
.suited to women. verely penalized, according to Mar- 110 S U". Phone 7561
garet Bush, '30, chairman of thePn1
Sororities on the campus of Ore- House committee.'11 11i 1[I111_
:gon State college are planning a Practicing on any of the pianos
waffle breakfast to be held Feb- in the building is forbidden except..
ruary 1. The group selling the on the piano in the room on third _
largest number of tickets to the af- floor used by the University Girls'
fair will receive an electric waffle Glee club, and then only by regis- -
iron. The waffles will be served in tering for the use of it at the main
five sorority houses sk

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$8.50 $5

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