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3RUAIRY 18, 19)30

THE MICHIGA D'AILY

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WlI. A. A. TO LAUNCH
ON FULL PROGRAM
DURING SEMESTER
Plans for Annual Penny Carni-I
val to be Started in First Week
of New Semnester.
NAME ELECTION DATE
National Athletic Meeting Willi
be Held Here in Latter
Part of April.
With the opening of the second
semester, the Women's Athletic
Association will launch what isl
probably the largest program of its
career as a campus organization.
The first event will be the informal
basketball 'spread for the members
of the interclass teams, which will
be held at 6 o'clock Thursday, Feb.
204 in the dining room of Barbour
gymnasium.
On Thursday, Feb. 27, the League
and W. A. A. will give a combined
party, as is the annual custom.
Begin Carnival Plans.
Work on the annual Penny Car-
nival, ,wbich is sponsired by W. A.
A. will le started the first week of
the he# semester. The carnival
itself Iwill take place Wednesday,
Mareb 5, in Barbour gymnasium.!
At this time, the finals of the in-
tramural basketball tournament
will be played off. The basketball'
banquet, at which the basketball
cup is presented to the winning in-
tramural team, and awards_ given'
out to members of class teams and
winners of point awards, will oc-
cur Thursday, March 6 at 'the Field
house.j
An all-campus swimming meet!
and a W. A. A. party will conclude I
the activities of the organization
for the month of March and open
them for the month of April, as
they fall on March 25 and April 4,1
respectively.
Election Set for April.
The secdnd week of April will see
the election of officers for 1930-31,
just before the beginning of spring
vacation. The first Tuesday after
vacation there will be an open
meeting of W. A. A., in preparationI
for the Athletic Conference of
American College Women.l
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,'
April 24,25, and 26, the A. C. A. C.
W. will meet in Ann Arbor. The
University of Michigan W. A. A. isi

Calendar [JIOfD OIT WORK IN LIBRARY AWE'~D~
. February 1-22NO OY SVlUO IOR GIVE LOINTS I
AS NEWll PLIllFEE IS_ E NW1l
League theatre alley.,Il s fbosinteh1ayo E
4:00-rientl Gils, Laguetne League buildin~g will hav ALil
4:00-Oriental Girls, League opportunity to earn activity point
STea for Independent.Freshman according to the time slnt itereI Reservations Must be Made by;
League building. Women Will be First Step Albrary cMni, '3. ounce Tonight for Affair to
the library comimiltee, announed eHedTurdy
7:15-University Girls' Glee FinFollowing Plans. yesterday. be Held Thursday.
Club, League Committee. T-e1- - '"
7:15 - Sigma Alpha Iota, pan oi aardii go Xs1' All women who are attending
en e aaz-oo roa.d URGE CAMPUS ACTIVITY tbe the same as that used in con-; )
eauealamzo o r -- nection with the work at the Candy the basketball spread must bring
League Cave.' Senior Society, honor society for Booth. One point will be grnted their money to practice tonight or'
8:00-W. C. T. U., League independent senior women is plan- for each hour spent thee iI a places cannot be reserved for them.
Alumnae room, ning a tea to be ;iven in March for week, the maximum time allowed The spread is being held at 61
Thursday, 4:00--Oriental Girls, all independent freshmen women, being three hours per week. The ,
League Garden rooms, work will include assisting students
6:00-Basketball Spread, Bar- which will be the first step toward in selecting and finding books, and 'rocom of Barbour gym, and the j
bour Gym. 'the carrying out of the new policy replacing them after they have price is 50 cents. The money
Saturday, 2:00 - Kappa Phi which has recently been adopted been used, but will require no should be given to Margaret Ohl-;
Initiation and Banquet, by the organization. technical knowledge of library son, '30, interclass manager, or to:
League Alumnae room. 't"We hope at this time to be able - the captain or managers of the!
2:00-Beta Kappa Rho, League
Lounge No. 2. to explain some of the functions of' teams.
___ the Women's League to the fresh-, W Notices - Every class is expected to have!
men.-. mWomen who know that they a stunt and a song prepared for the'
acting not only as hostess to the me ead th et are ineligible to take part in the ntertainment of the evening,
Conference, but is president of this meet the advisors of the society, Junior Girls' Play because of.'
session, as well. Margaret Babcock, '30, president of grades of last semester must xhich will follow the informal sup-,
To Change Major Sport. Senior society, stated yesterday. see Ruth Van Tuyi in order that per.
Immediately after the Confer- "In time, we hope to be able to en- special permission may be ob- Practice will be held tonight for
ence is ended the Spring sports id ,, tained if possible. seniors and sophomores at 4 o'clock,
season will begin in interclass and and for juniors and freshmen at 5
intramural activities. There is to Senior society was established in There will be a meeting of the o'clock. It is important that every- _
be a change in the major sport 1916, and has been functioning Junior group of the A. A. U. W. one turn out for practice. The sec-
this year, though it has not yet' ever since that time. In the past,! tonight at the home of Mrs. ond round of the interclass tourna-
been decided what is to take the . Louis Karpinski, 1315 Cambridge 'ment will begin Thursday, with
place of basketball, which has for- its purpose was to promote friend- I Road at 8:00 o'clock. Anyone in- only one first team game. The
merly been the spring game. An ship among independent senior terested in joining the associa- seniors are scheduled to play the
informal spread will be held for women only. Membership in the tion is cordially invited to be juniors at o'clock. The motley,
those who participate in the acti- society is determined by a scholas- present at this time. team will meet the sophomore sec-
vity, as there has been for hockey, tic average and by extracurricular I-and team at 5 o'clock.
and will be for basketball. activities..
Full Propram in May. "The plan does not call for an"_
Th scndwekinMy ~i e organization of independent womn-' sFrjP IA
the seconl dneeklass sywimmin en," Miss Babcock explained, "but Furs and Fur Coats OPTICAL
May will be the most crowdek donedhall iepynen women Makeup, Repaird, Re- DEPARTMENT
of the year, with Lantern Night, of the University to the campus. modelled and Relined
for which W.A.A. is responsible. th( Its purpose is to encourage womenl 1Lenses and Frames Made to Order
annual High School Girls' Sport .who have no other connections on Prices Reasonable Optical Prescriptions Filled
Confcrence of two days, the Paga- campus to go into extracurricular l
sus horse show, and the formal in- work.'E. Greenbai A LLER 'S
stallation banquet, which con=! By doing this type of 'work, Sen- AIiI A .
cludes the activities of the organi- ior society hopes to aid the purpose 448 Spring Street
zation for the year. of the Women's League, which at {hone 9625 STAT U STREET JEWELERS
present is a'purpose not assured byt
Dresses with very long skirts the majority of the independent-
dubbed "street cleaning dresses," women. The society is now work-
and backless bathing suits and ing on plans for the tea for fresh-'
evening gowns are extremes of man women, hoping at this time to
fashion which will not return de- let them know of the campus work
clared Miss Dorothy Shaver, style which is open to them. If interest
expert, who spoke to 300 women at is developed, the organization will -
the home making center of the make further plans for the enter-
New York Federation of Women's tainment of the independent wom-
Clubs in New York City. She be- en of the other classes.
lieves that day dresses will remain; The plans recently completed by
10 to 15 inches from the ground ,Senior society are backed by Dean
and evening wear will be about six ; Myra Jordan, Miss Ethel McCor-
inches longer with the belt return-; mick, and the group of Advisers of -
ing to the normal waist line. Women. -

PLAY REHEARSAL SCHEDULE
Tac>;day, Wednesday and
Thursday rehearsals for chorus-
es of the Junior Girls' Play have
been scheduled as follows:
Tuesday. Fcb. 18:
3:30-4:30-Chorus H, commit-
tee room.
3:30-4:30-Chorus B, stage.
4:30-5:30-Chorus E, stage.
4:30-5:30--Chorus G, commit-
tee room.
7:30-9:30-Chorus F, Cave.
8:30-9:30-Chorus F, Cave.
Wednesday, Feb. 19:
3:30-4:30-Chorus A, commit-
tee room.
3:30-4:30-Chorus E, stage.
4:30-5:30--Chorus B, stage.
7:30-8:30-Chorus F, commit-
tee room.
8:30-9:30--Chorus C, commit-
tee room.
Thursday, Feb. 20:
3:30-4:30--Chorus H, commit-
tee room.
3:30-4:30--Chorus B, Cave.
4:30-5:30-Chorus E, Cave.
4:30-5:30--Chorus G, commit-
tee room.
7:30-8:30-Chorus D, Cave.
8:30-9:30-Chorus F, Cave.

ZETA TAU ALPHA
WINS CLOSE CAM 1E
i Independents Downed by Faster
Contingent in Intramural
Basketball Series.
Zeta Tau Alpha overcame the
Independent team to the score of
31 to 21 in the third series of tilt
Intramural Basketball tournament
yesterday afternoon. The passing
of both teams was poor, although
the teams as whole showed to good
advantage, considering that no
practices had been held during the
last two weeks. Zeta Tau Alpha
lead during the entire game, biai;
the Independents furnished excite-
ment by staging desperate rally in
the second and last quarters. Their
playing was not consistent enough
to overcome the lead held by their
opponents.
Byard and Callender, forwards
for the Independents,' and Peter-
son, guard, played excellent games.
Ohlson, center, was outstanding,
for Zeta Tau Alpha, while Cassidy
lead the offense in her usual good
form.

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