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BA .NQUET TO' :FETE
BA'SKETBALL TEA9M
TO OCURTONIGHT
Affair to Mark Tourney's End
to Include Announcements
and Cup Awards.
WILL NAME STAR TEAM
┬░Mrs. Bvi Bacher..Helen1Domine

JUNIOR WOMEN
TUXEDOS

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to be Principal Speakers
of the Dinner.
Marking the close of the basket-
ball season, intramural and inter-
class teams and other women stu-
dents interested in basketball will
hold their annual basketball ban- -Photo by SPading.
quet at 6 o'clock tonight in the Who will take part in the stagg line chorus of the Junior Girls' play.
Women's Athletic building. Reading from left to right they are: Margaret Healy, Virginia Olds,
.During the banquet announce- Dorothy Felske, Suzanne McKinny, Mary Rich, Ruth Walser, Lois Sand-
ment will, be made by Miss Laurie) ler.
Campbell of the all-star teams and - - ---
Dr. Margaret Bell will present
awards to players on the interclass Vivid Colors Will Take Place of More
teams. Alpha Xi Delta, intramural
basketball champions last year, will Elaborate Dress of Former Junior Plays
present the intramural cup to the
Mosher Hall I team.
Mrs. Byrl Bacner, assistant dean Costumes of Came the Dawn' has been taken to make the cos-
of women, will give an address dur- to Display Prevailing of what the students wear as the
scenes are of where the students
ing the banquet and will also be Campus Styles. spend their time.
an',honored guest with Miss Jean- P-sedtertm' .
n There are characters in the play
nette Perry, assistant dean of wo- Costumes in "Came the 'Dawn! ", to represent all types of students.
men. Members of the physical edu- the Junior Girls' Play, which will and these types will be dressed on
cation faculty will also be present open Monday night, have been de- the stage, as the characters which
at the;banquet. signed to match the styles which they represent dress on campus.
Helen Domine, '31, president of are worn by students at the Univer- As a result of the closeness with
W. A. A., will speak for the under- sity, since the play is supposed to which the play follows the actual
graduates on the reaction among represent campus as it really is. conditions, there are fewer elabor-
the students of the new system of Phyllis Reynolds, chairman of the ately dressed choruses than there
playing off the intramural and in- costume committee, has designed have been in other years, and more
terclass games. the costumes, which are being made "men" than there have been in the
A stunt entitled "Opera Comique" by members of her committee. The past. This is made up for, however,
will be presented by the members clothes worn by the cast and chor- by the way in which the colors are
of the two freshmen basketball uses of the play vary from the used, and by the display of clothes
teams under the direction of Fran- extremely collegiate to the most which have been so designed that
ces Manchester, '34, class manager severe. they are fit for practical use.
from the W. A. A. board. In planning for choruses, Miss
Elizabeth Loudon, '32, W. A. A. Reynolds worked out the colors for
basketball manager, is g e n e r a 1 each group with the colors to beA. UW to n uc
chairman of 'the banquet, and is used in the scene in which the cos- L is t of Nominations
being assisted by the interclass bas- tume was to be worn. In the sets
ketball managers, Susan Manches- which have been designed to rep- Nominations for officers for the
ter, '32 Frances Manchester, '34, resent campus scenes, special care coming year for the American As-
Louise Peterson, '33, and Helen rWit- tume as accurate a representation sociation of University Women will)
so,; .'31. The decorations are in be announced at the meeting to
charge of Leonore Caro, '32, and Ronu d tfm igt
Aileen Clark, '33. $ecod Rbnd of be held at 3 o'clock Saturday after-
,f'33. lSering Rnoon in the League. The nominat-
Pong Tourney to Begin ing committee has considered this
LANCING LE$SONS question since the February meet-
GIVEN AT U. HIGH Entrants in the Ping Pong tour- ing, at which it was appointed. Mrs.
nament must play off the second John L. Brumm, chairman, has as
round of the tournament by this her committee members: Mrs. Jul-
Three Classes Organized for Sunday. This announcement has ian Schlatterback, Mrs. Margaret
High School Students. been sent out by the Intramural Bird, Miss Eunice Wead, and Mrs.
department of W. A. A.' Arthur Moehlman.
Under the auspices of the par-I

i 'RE SHMEN TO HOLD
'PEANT ELECTIONS
Second Election Will be Held
at 4 o'clock Friday
Afternoon.
Due to a tie vote in five of the
positions on the central committee
of the Freshman Pageant, a see-
and election will be held at 4 o'clock
Friday afternoon in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre. All freshman
women should be present at this
meeting, prepared with nomina-
tions, which will be made from the
floor.'
Caucusing or use of combined
"slates" is forbidden in any form.
This rule will be strictly enforced,
and any house or individual found
violating it will have the privilege
of voting and holding office taken
away, and will be further disci-
plined by the Judiciary council, ac-
cording to Ruth Van Tuyl, '31.
Eligibility rules require successful
completion of fifteen hours of work
with a least one grade above, "nd
none below a C.
W.A.A. TO BEGIN
SERIESOF RIDES
Women Interested in Riding
Will Meet Sunday.
Instruction will be given to wo-
men students interested in riding
at 10 o'clock next Sunday morning,
when the first of a series of Sunday
morning rides, sponsored by the
Women's Athletic Association, will
be held in the indoor riding ring
at the fair grounds. Transportation
will be provided.
"Both beginners and experienced
riders are invited to join the ride,
as both can be taken care of in
the indoor ring," announced Miss
Vanessa Glenn, of the physical edu-
cation faculty.
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SECOND SEMESTER RUSHING PARTIES
LEND VARIETY TO SOCIAL PROGRAM

JUNIORS, SOPHS
WIN INTOURNEY

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Sorority Honors Pledges and Stern, '34, Glencoe, Ill., Margaret
Alumnae at Formal Banquet Lewis, '31, Ann Arbor, Virginia Hol-
After Iniiation. den, '34, Ann Arbor, and Florence
Leich, '33, 1Rochester, N. Y.
Some late rushing parties lend The latter are: Emily Randall,I
variety to a week almost wholly de- '32, Bruns i,_'k, Me., Marjorie Reh-
voted to initiation ceremonies and ftis, '31, Lakewood, O., and Erma
banquets. Louise Kropp, '31, Ft. Smith Ark.
-tDetta Zeta entertained six rushees Appointments for the dinner will
at dinner on Monday night, and Apitet o h inrwl
they gave another dinner for si be c:rried out on a color scheme of
guests last night. Tonight, the so- silver, gold and blue, the sorority
rarity is entertaining at dinner in (colors, and spring flowers willbe s

Basketeers and J-Hoppers
for First Place.

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honor of Prof. Arthur W. Bromag'
and Mrs. Bromage, and Prof. Ciar-
ence F. Kessler and Mrs. Kessler.
Delta Delta Delta are holding
their initiation ceremonies tomor-
row night and Saturday morning.
Saturday evening they will give a
formal banquet in honor of the'
eleven pledges to be initiated this
week-end, and in honor of three
members of the sorority who were
initiated late last fall. The former
are: Corinne Fries, '34Ed, Ann Ar-
bor, Mona Mary Barns, '32, Detroit,
Dorothy Fair, '34, Detroit, Mary
White, '32, Grand Rapids, Mary
Piper, '34, Bradford, Pa., Viva Rich-
ardson, '34, Lansing, M a r g a r e t
Thomas, '34, Grosse Pointe, Ruth
Barnard, '33Ed, Saginaw, Lotta

'usd as floral decorations. Speakers
f'or the occasion will be Marian
Ko:mie who i~s toastmistress, Miss
Doris Twitchell, scholarship advisor
for Delta Delta Delta, Miss Helen
Miller, of Detroit, Miss Hazel Rich,
president of the Ann Arbor alli-
ance, and Hilda Braun, president
of the local chapter. A musical
pccgram will accompany the ban-
quet.
Pi Beta Phi gave a rushing din-
ner in honor of five guests on Tues-
day evening.
UNIVERSITY OF WEST VIR-
GINIA - Influenza was the main
reason for the confinement of 1,908
patients to the local infirmary in
the past month.

Sophomore Basketeers and Junior
J-Hoppers tied for first place in the
Interclass basketball tournament
conducted by W.A.A. Both teams
won five out of six games. The
tournament has lasted three weeks
and there were eight class teams
competing. The final game of the
tournament was played yesterday
between the Bluejays and the Cag-
ers which was won by the Cagers
with a score of 30 to 26.
The faculty team, the Optimists,
have challenged the Basketeers to
a game this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
A game between the Onions and
the Cardinals which was postponed
will also be played off this after-
noon.
Ramona Beauty Shop
offers you
Shampoo and Finger Wave for 50c'
Graduate Operators
PHONE 21478
WANT ADS PAY!

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The popularity of reptile leathers con-
tinues, and with 'excellent reason. Reptiles
express individuality in almost endless
variety. The beauty of each skin and its
markings make every model an exclusive
art creation. Expertly shaped and cleverly
patterned.
At the left-MILADY, a genuine water-
snake tie-available also in a pump.

$10.50

Hats
that are different
MADE TO ORDER
Straw-Braid-Ribbon
McKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State St.

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115 S. ST. ANN ARBOR

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ents' social committee and the fac-
ulty social committee of the Uni-
versity High School, three classes
have been organized for the teach-
ling of social dancing.
The first class is for students of
the Junior High school, the second
for beginners in the senior high
school, and the third for the ad-
vanced students in the senior high
school. A series of twelve lessons
are given for three dollars. Miss
Ethel McCormick, social director in
physical education department for
women, is instructing the classes.
In order to give opportunity for
practice and study outside of the
classes, the social committee, under
Miss Hope Chipman has organized
informal dancing during the noon
hour three times a week in the rec-
reation hall of the high school.

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JUNIOR GIRLS
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UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY
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DAVID MATTERN, Conductor
Sun., March 15, 4:15, Hill Auditorium
HANNS PICK
Violoncellist, and
ALICE ANDE BACH
Accompanist
Sun., March 22, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
WASSILY BESEKIRSKY
Violinist, and
MABEL ROSS RHEAD
Pianist, in Sonata Recital
Sun., March 29, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
JOSEPH BRINKMAN
Pianist
Sun., April 5, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
___-THLMA NEWELL
Violonist, and
LOUISE NELSON, Pianist in Sonata Recital
Sun., April 26, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
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B3efore theonow
Has Gone
-take some pictures
The heavy mantle of snow that turned Ann Arbor to
fairyland-catch it with your camera! Your home amid
its snowy setting-the snow man-the bob sled party-
they all invite your kodak. Before the sun turns it to
drab slush of spring, take a roll of film.
-expert developing
and printing
And when you've exposed your film, take no chances
on results. Bring it here where the finest of equip-
ment and years of experience guarantee you the finest,
clearest, sharpest of prints.
Photographic Department
Calkins-Fletcher

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