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Final Score Stands 15 to 14 inj When, in 19 7, the first Penny Stock-Companies gents it was vote
,Favor of Couzens Hall JUNIOR PLAY REHEARSALS Carnival was giVen by the Women's Smversity Press whi
After ard Batle.r Athletic association, the main fea-
After Hard Battle.--Atetcsscaithminf- TAKES PART OF PORTIA fair start, for a si
Wednesday, Feb. 26: tures of the affair were a jitney
dance held in Sarah Caswell An- ficial publication
REEVES IS HIGH SCORER 3:30-4:30, chorus B, commit- gell hall in Barbour gymnasium; Florence B. Tennant, '30, who is year amounts to
____ tee roomthe original booths conducted by well known as an actress in cam- { titles, including
Coutens Hall to Meet Alpha Xi .3:30-4:30, chorus E, Cave. the sororities, dormitories, and pus dramatics has been playing books, pamphlets
Delta in Final Game of 3:30-4:30, chorus C, garden league houses, and the intramural Portia in "The M ht of Ven plete books. Dr.
Delta iortFinal Game ofrbasketbflleI
,championship basketball game. ...assistant to the P
Series on March 5: 4:30-5:30, chorus A, commit- T nI ice" with the Utica Civic Theatre been designated
teTom.vlhe only thing about the Carni-1bendsgad
val which has been changed since guild in Utica, New York, for the of the proposed
Couzens Hall won the right to 4:30-5:30 chorus D, garden the first one is the dance. At the last two weeks. Miss Tennant will has compiled an
play in the final game of the In- room. second Carnival, held in 1928, an be remembered for her splendid publications and
tramural Basketball series by win- 4:30-5:30, chorus H, Cave. entertainment, "The Show Boat," 'ork in "Granite," "The Constant U rions.
7:083,chrsIae was substituted for the dance, and (Udrteof
ning from Kappa Kappa Gamma 7:30-8:30 chorus F committeewa Wife," "Redemption," and many Dr Robbins ment
15 to 14 in one of the closest Games room r similar sort of performance has play production performances. This
5 t been offered since that time. latest offer by an out of town stock ports of the Reg
seen here this season. The score :30, Cast, garden room. At geto frnyaksoug.fonss These reports a
Amon th oriina boohs erecompany speaks highly for Miss1 gether every three
was tied a number of times during Thursday, Feb. 27: a fish pond, a bean bag booth, for- Tennant's ability, volume of some
the game, standing 7 to ;7 at the 3:30-4:30, choruses D and E, i tune telling, shoe shining, penny Before entering the University as volume of some
half. Couzens Hall, however, was Cave. peep show, and a puppet show. a sophomore, Miss Tennant attend-
hal. C e H ak h 3:30-4:30, chorus G, commit- The same type of booth has been ed the Mt. Pleasant Teachers' col- since 1837 contai
usually the team to take the lead tee room. maintained each year, many of the eg thert Pleastuedchr s e ceedings of the R
logewhee sh stdieddraatic end 'form of ofllc
when the tied score was broken. 4:30-5:30, chorus B, Cave. houses keeping their original ideas. under Prof. Beddow. She appear-
The guarding of the Couzens Hall 4:30-5:30, chorus I-, lounge 2. A prize is offered at every Carnival ed in a number of smaller plays lthe "University
team was one of ,the outstanding4:30-5:30, chorus A, commit- for the most original booth, and for F during her two yearsthere but her cial Publications
tee rduringhherntwohyearsakthein but her lisp~ed semi-weekl,
features of the' ame Whel tee room the one which takes in the most principal role was that of Craig's August and week
ga. pley 7:30-8:30, chorus F, committee money. Last year, however, the wife in the play by that name. ber to February.
and Ingram, holding these posi- room. Carnival was made especially in- After her two years' course iss ve 30 ad
tions, kept their nerve during the 7:30-8:30, chorus C, garden triguing by two booths called "Men Tennant taught kindergarten in which ad to
entire period of. play, which enabl- room. Only," and "Go to Hell." Saginaw for one year where she which added 3n
ed them to intercept many passes 7:30, Cast, lounge 1. Clowns and tumblers entertained was a member of the Little Thea- vusi 1
between the Kappa forwards, whose .... .. between halves at the finals of the tre Guild. During this time she Issue All Ann
-Ks- m____ intramural basketball tournament played Marguerite in 'Faust" and In addition to th
playing was slightly off form, due in 1928, to keep the excitement at Portia in "The Merchant of Ven- tnofso and
probably to nervousness. The pass- nWOMENueBOWLINGs a high pitch throughout the eve-}ice., schools and
ing of both teams was not as goodBIeTOURNEYvPLANNED n..Active in Play Production. curricula. There
as usual, and the game was prae- FOR EVERY MONTH Last year there were thirtyiMiss Tennant is now secretary the Summer Sessic
tically won through the guarding. ____ booths in Barbour gymnasium, toM alentin B nd, dieo aSummer Session
tial-o hruh__ and an equally large number i of Play Production, and does a Teeaeas
Dorothy Sample and Annette Beginning March 1, women's planned this year.gThe big fea- great deal of directing. She also a gThere are also
Cummings, guards for Kappa, were bowling will be conducted on a ture of the 1929 Carnival was the played the leading part in "Lassi- chiding the Presid
outstanding on the loosing team, plan slightly different from the traveling tent show which had set- tude," one of the three prize win- report of te Sec
but were unable to intercept the tled in Sarah Caswell Angell hall, ning one-act plays which was the ness Manager, an
excellent shooting of Reeves, Cou- one whc aseen useheeto - giving several performances during latest project of Play Production the Health Center
tens' forward. There was quite a fore. A system of monthly tourna- the evening. It has been rumored this year. si'ty Museums. An
bit of floor playing on the part of ments has been organized, by that a similar group are expected Last year when the music and in last year's pub
both teams through out the game. means of which the high point I this year, but nothing definite has drama crltlc of The Daily made his, reports from conf
Couzens Hall and Alpha Xi Del- scorers and runners-up, of each yet been announced. annual summary of the outstand- the Highway Tra
ta, winner of yesterday's game, will Wednesday March 5 "Lincolns ing work done during the year, he feth Hig
meet in the final game' of the ser- month will be noted, and points { and buffaloes" will come into their called Miss Tennant the fulfillment conference and
ies, to be played Wednesday eve- given to the house from which the { own at Barbour gymnasium, and of a great need in campus dra- Schoolmasters' co
ing, March 5, at the annual W. A. women come. the past Carnivals have proven matics, an "actress of real emotion- included all of th
A. Penny Carnival. The time of the i Fifty Women's Athletic associa- that more can be purchased for a al depth." He spoke of her work The bulletin is ed
wil game hasnot yncedbeen decided, but tion s penny at this time than at any is the villainess in "Take My Ad- istrar's office, un
wil b anouce laerimn points will be given those wo- other time of aheanya vice," -as the sophisticated heroine ______
men who bowl twelve times. The of "The Constant Wife," the Com-
ORCHESIS OFFERS alleys are open from 4 to 6 o'clock Representative Talks tese Karenin in "Redemption," iWomen Law
t RC ESI ; O FER evey dy, ad fom 7to o'cockReprsenativ; T lks and probably was her most out- i Form1 SOC]"
PARTS IN RECITAL evey day, and from 7 to 9 o'clock at Meeting in Havana standing success as Jordan's wife
Monday and Wednesday nights. in "Granite." The culmination of P e a
Tonight will be the last chance There is free instruction at all I Miss Doris Stevens, who repre- Miss Tennant's college dramatic been organed rec
for any one who wishes to take times at the alleys, and a charge sents the United States at the career when she was invited to play in the Michigan
part in the dance recital which is of five cents a string is levied for meeting of the Inter-American the leading part in the New York purely social group
being planned byOrchesis, to at- Commission of Women, which op- Stock company. Press reports' from tionynowaalim
tend the meetings, as work will be he pin y to Dorothy Birdzell ened Monday at the University of Utica indicate that Miss Tennant'sutnexpecst'i
started on the recital itself at the '32, these to Dorth Bioul , Havana, said just before leaving appearance was attended with mtelycaffiliate
meeting following the one which is frormet o o for Havana that "women refuse marked success. Delta, a national 1
fole h lowing30theone ih er a chance for competition among to have their nationality held any iie.t oe
to be held at 7330 tonght at Bar- the women bowlers, besides stimu- lone i nt t any Delta is the seco
borgmaim' lating interests in th'e sport amnu iitdt oe
As usual, the meeting will be di- beginrssscore o al amng She continued, "Nationality de- Notice school.
vided mto two parts, the first oc- will be kept, the eight or wl termines allegiance to the state Every member of the W. A. A.
cupying itself with natural danc- twelve and is of so great importance that board must attend the meeting
ing, and the second with clogging highest scorers will be selected to men are asked to give their lives in which is being held at 6 o'clock
and solo and couple dancing of the compete in the all-campus indoor [its defense. Yet of so little impor-4 Thursday at the Field house. I
various countries of the worth. meet, which is being held March tance is the allegiance of women There are several matters of
vaiosconrisofte oiU 27. In order to priiaei h
This will begin at 8:30 o'clock. m7. a oman participa'te i the that it exists only as an indirect vital importance to be taken up, GL O
Anynclhokhtryoutmeet, a woman must practice at relation determined by her hus- and every one must be there.
for Orchesis, or any former mem- least five times. band or father.
bers who desire to return to the or- -__ -____
ganization may come out toniht. ;Iiiiiiilll(#III#IIIII#IIIqI#I#IIIitiiiiIIH#IIIIlIIIIIIItIII
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ill be Managing Miss Stella Brunt, editorial assist-
Proposed Iant.
ization. Graduate School Has Fund.
Dr. Robbins went on to explain
eeting of the Re- how the fund of $23,000 set aside
d to create a Uni- by the graduate school for publica-
ich already has a tion is utilized. Among the vari-
cmmary of all of- ous books published are the Hu-
manistic series which already in-
s during the last elude 18 completed volumes with
more than 100 six more ready for the press. Three
announcements, facsimiles of manuscripts have
and nine com- been published. These are not for
Frank E. Robbins, sale but are deposited in certain
?resi'dent, who has 1 libraries here and abroad. Other
managing editor I series include the Scientific series,
University Press, I Memoirs of the University of
account of these Michigan Museums, Series of Lan-
scholarly publi- guage and Literature, and many
others. Last year a total of seven
icial publications volumes and one monograph were
ioned first the re- published by the graduate school
ents' proceedings. alone. Dr. Eugene S. McCortney
re gathered to- edits these publications.
e years, and fill all The Museum of Zoology issues
240 to 260 pages. many publications which may be
are to be found grouped under scholarly publica-
ning all the pro- i tions. These are of two sorts, oc-
Zegents. The sec- casional papers and miscellaneous
cial publication is papers, of which 15 were printed
of Michigan Offi- last year. Several handbooks areI
' which i's pub- also published through the Mu-
y from March to seum, including Dr. W. B. Hins-
ly from Septem- dale's "Archaelogy of Michigan."
Last year's was There is also the department of
ontained 52 issues engineering research which pub-
ine additional is- lished last/ year five bulletins, cir-
makes a total of culars and reprints, Michigan Busi-
192s. ness Studies publishednby the
nouncements. School of Business Administration
he announcements through the Bureau of Business
colleges. are an- Research, and the Clements library.
departments and Last year two books were pub-
ere 17 issues in lished either wholly or in part un-
on relating to the der the auspices of this library.
or parts of it. Curiously, one of these books was
various reports published in France.
publications, in- Court Campus Publications.
dent's report, the;1 Another, separate heading aside
retary and Busi- from the official and scholarly
id the reports of publications might include publi-
and the Univer- cations on campus not by the Uni-
nother large item versity but in official connection
lications was the with the University. These include
ferences, such as the Michigan Alumnus, the Law Re-,
nsportation con- view and the Michigan Technic.
hway Engineers" There is also the School of Educa-
the Michigan tion Bulletin which is new this
inference, which year. And if the studentnpublica-
e speeches given. tiqns were added the list would be
ited in the Reg- pe ceptibly swelled.
der the care of A fifth classificati'n could be
made to include the publications
v' tudnts made on specific' occasions, such as
rStudents dedicatons a"nia urtos
dal Sorority There were publications of this
type on the 75th anniversary of the
gal sorority, has founding of the Uni'versity in 1912,
cently for women and on President Burton's inaug-
law school as a uration, but there were none last
p. The organiza- year.
ited membership, However, Dr. Robbins states that
xpand and ulti-1I there are no adequate .facilities for
with Phi Delta storing of the stocks and handling
aw sorority. Phi of the sales or distribution. At
nd organization'present the library takes care of a
in the local law great deal of this and handles the1



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