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CLOSE FINAL PLA
OF SKATING ENT
IN SPORT CARNIV 9
Dash and Obstacle Race Events
Followed by General
Skating, Scheduled.
INVITE WOMEN TO COME
Fancy ,Skating Exhibition Giver
to Provide Enjoyment
for Everyone.
Plans for the skating carniva:
which is being held from 2:30 tc
5 o'clock Wednesday at the Coli-
seum, have been completed, and
the schedule of events announced
by Marjory Elsworth, '32, who has
been in charge of the program. The
carnival is being sponsored by the
Women's Athletic association.
From 2:30 to 3 o'clock there will
be general skating. At 3 o'clock
the first race, Aa straight-dash, the
length of a the Coliseum will be run
off. There will be as many heats
as necessary, and four places will
be recognized. The winners will
receive pdints which will be added
together to a grand total for all
members of each class.
A balloon race will be held at
3:30 o'clock, while a distance run
of four laps will come off at 3:45
o'clock. At 4 o'clock an exhibition
of fancy skating will be presented.
The skaters will be announced lat-
er. The *gst event, an obstacle
race, will start at 4:15 o'clock, and
from the end of this race on there
will be general skating.
Tickets are 20 cents, and may be
purchased from any member o the
W. 4. A.' Board, or at'the door. It
will ,;se necessary for everyone to
bring her athletic coupon book
with her to the Coliseum. Refresh-
ments-will be hot dogs and coffee!
Every woman on campus is in-
vited to come, whether or not she
skates, as the races and exhibition
skating are expected to provide
amusement for everyone. Those
who wish to take part in the events
may sign up when'lthey arrive at
the Coliseum.
LEAGUE TO GIVE
SHOW AND PARTY
Plans for the -fashion show to be
given on Friday, Feb. 28, in con-
nection with the dnce to be given
by the Women's League and Wo-
men's Athletic Association in the
ballroom of th e Women's League
bulding are progressing rapidly.
The presentation ought to be of
unusual interest because Miss Rose
Root, who is sponsoring the show,
has just returned from New York
with the latest fashions that will
be worn this spring and summer.
The styles displayed will include
every type of gown, from the sim-
plest morning ensemble to the
most elaborate evening apparel.
The names of the women partici-
pating will -be announced at a
later date.=

CALENDAR
February 25-29.
Tuesday, 4:00-Pan Hellenic,
League Cave.
4:00-Oriental Girls, League
garden room.
7:15-University Girls' Glee
club, League committee
room.
7:30-Athena try-outs, Athena
room, Angell Hall.
7:30-Portia, Portia room, An-
gell Hall.
2:30-W. A. A. Skating Carni-
val, Coliseum.
Wednesday, 4:00-Pi Lambda
Theta, League building.
7:30-Iota Sigma Pi, Leagute
building.
Thursday, 4:00-Oriental Girls,
League Garden room.
6:00-W. A. A. Board meeting,
Field house.
7:30--Wyvern, League Cave.
Friday, 3:30-Women's League;
W. A. A. Style show and
party, League Ball room.
Saturday, 2:30 - University
Girl's Glee Club, under-
graduate bridge party,
League ball room.

THE SPOT-LIGHT
By J. C. X.
Spotlight's idea of a just cause
for an inferiority complex is when
grades come out and we find outI
grstexactly what the instructors
thing of our intellect.
And such grades! Personally I
I think I am perfectly justified in
writing a bool entitled "Why Pro-
fessors Behave Like Human Be-
ings," or don't they? About the
only consolation I can see in the
whole situation is the fact that
there is J-Hop to look back to. Yes,
I finally did get a bid!
And did we have a good time!
Didn't we come back with rings
under our eyes, a collection of
prize pictures and guest towels, to
say nothing about the favors and
the fraternity pin. And then we
woke up Monday A.M. to the tune.
of the alarm clock played in the
dismal key of C minor, gazed out
.upon the cold cruel world and de-.
cided what's the use anyway? No-,
thing exciting would ever happen
again. So we decided that we
might just as well visit a. couple of-
classes and see just exactly what
courses -were going to be pipes; if
the prof has a sense of humor, etc.,
and then by a process of elimina-
tion classify..
But, after all, you can't spend"
more than four days at this favor-
ite indoor sport so I guess that
college really has begun in earnest
again, if lengthy assignments are
any criterion. But sometimes we
wonder. For instance I ventured
in the main Library tonight, and as
a result I feel that the Spotlight is
justified in offering the following;
suggestions to the Regents. That
crutches be provided for all those,
people who wish to study Greek
fashion. That all blonds an other-
wise disturbing creatures be shot.
That the University is losing money1
by not serving coffee in the'lobby.
And that smoking rooms be pro-
vided for the boys, so that they
won't catch pneumonia while drap-
ed gracefully all over the Lib.
steps.

'MODERN ART IS NATURAL OUI'GROW TH
OF TRADITIONAL ART' SAYS PARKER
Same Fundamental Principles modern movement," said Dr. Par-
Involved but Traditions Are ker. "However, in all art there is
Not Adhered to. the same element of design but it
pis not so highly emphasized. Hand
"Expressionistic art is true art," in hand with the emphasis on de- IULU
according to the opinion of Dr. De- sign is the breaking away from tra-
Witt H. Parker, Professor of Philos- ditions regarding drawing and rep- First Game of Semi-Finals Cuts
I ophy. "I do not regard modern art resentation. As a matter of fact Zeta Tau Alpha Out of
I i these traditions while importanjt
as peculiar, as others do, but con- historically have no absolute valid- Final Round.
sider it the natural outgrowth of ity. Contemporary artists have
traditional art," he continued. "The turned to more primitive, childlike IARTER IS HIGH SCORER
same fundamental principles are methods of representation which -
involved and modern pa-,nters and Dr. Parker believes to be as essen-I Kappa to Meet Couzens Hall in
sculptors -knows what they are do- the past. Some enthusiasts make Second Game of Semi-
ing and why. The idea that mod- the mistake of thinking that the Finals Tonight.
emnew form is absolute and best,aaa
sinceret tat e leadersTher neno while in reality it is no oetter or' Alpha Xi Delta triumphed over
ment will be ranked among the no rse, simply a natural out- Zeta Tau Alpha to the score of 26
great artists of all times. g tto 16 in the first semi-final game
"Special emphasis on design as Modern art is accepted because ofteitaua-aktaltun
p lth ca ctr tiofthit epresses somet ithin teuIof the intramural basketball tourn-
--chis the characteristic of the ; It expesseshsoethingewthinnthe
self. It represents a combination a ent, held yesterday afternoon i
of the sophisticated and the naive, Barbour gymnasium. The game
rILL oi idin met nd a was exceptionally fast, and in the
POD i A iVIL [1 [ i n its reversion to primitive ways cearly minutes of the play, tended
,and subjectivity. It satisfies some-
thing within the modern self, be- to be slightly irregular. As the
ing a reaction against the too high- teams hit their stride, the game
-ymechanical and industrial civili- become smooth er, both teams show-
ation of today. ing to excellent advantage in all
Brief and Informal Talks Given -departments. The passing was good,
in Impromptu Fashion JUNIOR PLAY REHEARSALS marred slightly by fumbling, due to
CopieSections. ____ nervousness on the part of the
eCompriseesday, Feb. 25players.
--T I 330-430-chorusA 2: i Alpha Xi Delta was outstanding
IFRESHMEN ELIGIBLE NOW tee horus A, commit- in the forward positions, held by
Portia Literary Society will hold 3:30-4:30, chorus G, lounge 2. Their shooting was fast and accu
for new tonight' 3:30-4:30, chorus C, Cave.Thisotngwsftadacu
tryouts for new members tonight 4:30-5:30, chorus F Cave. rate enabling their team to pile up
at 7:30 o'clock in the Portia club- 4:30-5:30, chorus B, lounge 2 a nine-point lead at the finish.
room on the fourth floor of Angell 4:30-5:30, chorus H, commit- Jean Batsford, a freshman, was
hall. tee room, outstanding on the Alpha Xi Delta
Short, informal talks comprise 7:30, Cast, Act I garden room defense.
the tryout selections. A host of 7:30-8:30, chorus B, Cave. After a desperate rally in the
subjects may be used for these, 7:30-8:30, chbrus E (2), ball third quarter, during which they
such as the theatre, literature, au- room. overcame the Alpha Xi Delta lead
thorship, poetry, music and travel; 8:30-9:30, chorus D, Cave. of some ten points, to almost tie
all these cover the scope of Por- Wednesday, Feb. 26: the score, Zeta Tau Alpha slumped
tia's activities during the year. 3:30-4:30, chorus G, commit- again in the fourth quarter, and
A one-act play, "Overtones" by tee room. lost their only chance for a vic-
Alice Gerstenberg, a trip through 3:30-4:30, chorus E, Cave. tory. Margaret Ohlsen, jumping
Europe, illustrated with slides, a 3:30-4:30, Chorus C, garden center, and Madeline Cole, side
program or original creative writ- i room. center, played excellent games in
ing by members ,f .Portia, and a 1 4:30-5:30, chorus A, committee the middle positions, many times
program on stage "make-up and room, preventing the ball from being
lighting are some of the high lights 4:30-5:30, chorus D, garden down to their goal. Goodrich as
of its activities during the past se- room. guard showed unusually good form
mester. 4:30-5:30, chorus H, Cave. on the defense.
Portia Literary Society has a N 7:30-8:30, chorus B, Cave. Alpha Xi Delta, and the winner
large membership of women stu- 7:30-8:30, chorus F, commit- of the Kappa Kappa Gamma-Cou-
dents primarily interested in the tee room. t I zens Hall game, which is to be held
speech arts, particularly in dra- 7:30, Cast, garden room. tonight at 8 o'clock, will meet in
matics . and, also .in literature. Its Thursday, Feb. 27: the final game of the series, on
sponsor include various members 3:30-4:30, choruses D and E, March 5.
of the speech department of the Cave.t
University. 3:30-4:30, chorus G, commit- Katharine Cornell, world-famous
Freshmen women are eligible for .tee room. actress who 4s now appearing in
membership at this time. 4:30-5:30, chorus B, Cave. "Dishonored Lady" in New York,
4:30-5:30, chorus H, lounge 2. received her early training under
HONOR SORORITY 4:30-5:30, chorus A, commit- J Jessie Bonstelle, in the old Gar-
DESIGNS : tee room. s mrick theatre in Detroit.
EXHIBITSDE IN 7:30-8:30, chorus F, committee ______________
I room.
Alpha Alpha Gamma, national 7:30-8:30, chorus C garden FdF C
honorary architectural sorority, has room. kurs, and urdCoat
arranged a traveling exhibit of 7:30-Cast, lounge room. }1}
water colors,, pencil sketches, pen1 Makeup, Repaired, Re

and ink sketches, architectural
problems, and design problems,
done by members in different uni-
versities throughout the country.
This exhibit is now being shown in,
the lobby of the Lydia Men-
delssohn theater under the au-
spices of the Michigan chapter,
and will be here until next Friday.
Work from the University of Illi-
nois and the University of Wichi-
gan makes up the exhibit.
Michigan women who have con-
tributed are Elizabeth Martin, Dor-
othy White, Virginia Hanlon,
Floride Sandberg, Rebecca Cole,
'Marie Fredericks, Shirley Barb,
and Marjorie McQuire.

An Idaho woman musher, Thula
Geelaw, placed second in the Was-
atch, Utah, dog derby Sunday. Her,
time for the full course of 50.4
miles was 3 hours, 52 minutes, andI
14 seconds. The winner is believedI
to have established a new world's
record.

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