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L1 [Attractive Wedding
Held at Dormitory

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Before the fireplace in the living
room of Betsy Barbour House, Doro-
thy Shore, '28, daughter of Mr. andi
Mrs. Francis M. Shore of Washing-
ton, D. C., became the bride of Cur-
tis Lindfors, '29E, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Karl R. Lindfors of Saginaw,
at a charming ceremony at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon.
The improvised altar was formed
by banking the fireplace with palms'
and on either side by large baskets
of pink tulips and snapdragons. On
ethe mantle above lavender lilacs
ed were arranged'. Rev. H. P. Marley
of the Unitarian Church preform
ed the ceremony.
This was the first student wed-
ding performed in Betsy Barbour
House. The bride was a resident ofd
re, the dormitory during her college
ier career.
;he Miss Shore was stunning in a
eill gown of shell pink chiffon and car-
_ ried an arm bouquet of pink but-:
S- terfly roses. She was unattended.
Bob Carson and Jack Conklin fur-
in nished the music for the wedding'
rry march and played during the re-
till ception held following' the cere-
ass mony.
nd The reception was held in the
an dining room where bouquets of pink
ers roses, pink sweet peas and babies
em breath were placed on small tables
on which were lighted pink tapers.
Miss Kathleen Hamm and Miss
ral Mary L. Lytle presided at the tea
p- table. Assisting about the room
ior were friends of the bride, Dorothy
;ue Btonehouse, '31, Anrr Baldwin, '32,
iet Kathryn Brinley, '32, Roberta Dun-
an lop, '31, Elizabeth Hascall, '31,
ec- Helen Musselwhite, '32, Georgina
as- Densmore, '31, and Laura Beall
ir- Chipman, '30. About 60 guests at-
'31, tended the reception.
er- Out of town guests who attended
the wedding were,'the bride's par-
ir- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Shore,
rd her grandfather, Mr. George New-
to ton Shore, and her brother, Jack-
ro- son Shore, '34E; Mr. and Mrs. J.
ub- Foster Moore, of Romeo;!' Mr. and
b- Mrs. Paul Chipmnan and Laura
ind Beall Chipman, '30, Miss GaV Wil-
liams, and Miss Neva Hirlem'an, all
of Detroit;, Mrs. C. E. Lytle of Mar-
quette, and C. E. Lytle Jr., of De-

Second Round of Eliminations1
Reached by Six Teams
in Tournament.
Tomorrow the second round of4
the elimination games of the intra-
.aural baseball tournament will be-
gin. Martha Cook will play against|
the Jordan 1 team. An interesting
game is anticipated as both teams }
are fast and hard-hitting. This ,
contest is to take place at 4:30 i
o'clock.
At 5 o'clock Betsy Barbour will
meet Kappa Kappa Gamma. This
too, will probably be a fast game
as these tearhs played very well last1
week.
On Friday of last week Delta
Gamma defeated Alpha Gamma
Delta by a score of 15 to 5. The
Delta Gamma team played a fine
game.
By the end of this week or the
beginning of the following one the
finals will be played. The winning
team will be awarded a cup to be
presented at a banquet to be held
June 2.
WRITER EXPLAINS
NATIONAL DANCES

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MOSHER-JORDAN DC
LAST INFORMAL
P LA _TUESDAYSpring Flowers and Harmonious
Tapers Used as Setting f
[efeated Juniors and Calico Moshei Jordan halls entertained,
at an informal spring dance Friday
T'eam Will Meet. evening. The corridor -on the main
floor was open so that the guests
is doubtful if there has been could pass from one hall to the

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is the Freshm,
.ntative. Jane Fe
ecretary and trey
Tobin, '33, is cha
ts. Helen Moore,
procession prop
Peck, '33, is cha
nd Elizabeth Gar
sued invitations
1 patronesses. Do
is chairman ofrn

Ir. and Mrs. Curtis
at home in Ann

Lindfors will
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Aides
to Meet

,Truly American Dance Has Not
Developed,' States Mr. Love.
"IA there any such thing 'as a
truly American dance?" asks Paul
-Love in his article in the. Theatre
Guild, recently. "It is doubtful if
there is a typically American dance.
It isn't possible to expect a nation-
al dance in the sense in which the
Spanish or the Japanese dance is
national. Theirs was a spontaneous
growth, developed over long cen-
turies.practically in isolation. To-
day there is no such isolation.
America is too young to have any
deeply ingrained nationality. In-
dustrialism has allowed small time
for culture."
"The rModern dance is judged for
its modernity rather than for its na-
tionality. Modernism is obedient
only to inner compulsion, not to
external, dogma. The Dance has
become an expression of emotion
and has emerged 'from the impasse
of decoration."
"Foreign dancers succeed where
4mericans fail. The average Ameri-
can dancer usually lacks the au-
thority and finality which most
foreign dancers possess."
"Angna Enters, by her genuine
sympathy with her audience has
achieved success and Martha Gra-
ham's calm assurance has won for
her a secure place."
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any other speedball game played
on this campus which has caused
so much excitement and class spirit
to be shown as the one to be played
next Tuesday afternoon between
the Junior team and the Calico
ter players from both the Senior
team whi'ch is made up of the bet-
and Sophomore classes. .
The Calicoes feel that it is there
chance to avenge the defeat whichi
they suffered it the hands of the
third-year players on last Thurs-
day and they are evidently out to
make the most of their opportunity.
Up until that time, both teams-
had been undefeated in the inter-
class tournament which is now go-
ing on and it came as a distinct
surprise to the Calicoes to have the
other team walk through their de-
fense to pile up a score of 21 points
against the 14 which was the very]
most the Calicoes could manage.
Although this, weakness could part-
ly be explained bythe fact that the
Calicoes were playing short one
player. .
However, if the juniors are to lose
on Tuesday, there will have to have
been a decided improvement in
both their opponent's forward line
and in their backfield as in the
last games which they have played,
they have not been able to equal
the junior's forwards in the way in
which they could weave through
the opponent's defence and with
seemingly little effort carry the ball
through for a score.
Team Members Named.
The Calico players are: Helen
Moore, '31; Rebecca Gaber, '33;
Elizabeth Whitney, '31; Jean Bent-
ley, '33; Gladys Schroeder, '33;
Florence Benell, '31; Elizabeth
Schull, '33; Anna Neberle, '33; Jane
Fecheimer, '33, Jean Berridge,, '33,
and Audrey Callendar, '33.
Those who play on. the Junior
team are: Rosalind Caley, Dorothy
Ellsworth, Josephine Fisher, Lor-
raine Larson, Esther LaRowe, Frie-
da .Boersig, Betty Gardener, Betty
Lipzenberg, Sylvia Neiss, Violet
Canberg, Dorothy Birdzell and Bet-
ty Loudon.
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other. Spring flowers formed the
floral decorations, which were most
effective, in both halls. An exhibi-
tion waltz was given by Lucille
Strauss, '31, and Emerson Stiles, '31.
Midnight lunch was served to the
guests in one of the dining rooms
of each hall. A large bouquet of
lilacs and narcissus and tapers of
harmonious colorings were arrang-
I ed on the serving table to make an
, attractive decorative scheme. Potted
flowers adorned the small tables
and candles placed in the windows
gave a striking effect.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector in the office of the dean of,
women, Miss Inez V. Bozorth, social
director of Mosher Jordan halls,
and Miss Isabel W. Dudley, Mrs.
Mary E. Buffington, Miss Elizabeth
DeVol, and Miss Lois Failyer, assist-

)RMITORY GIVES
L DANCE OF SEASON
ant social directors of the halls
acted as chaperons at the affair.
In Mosher hall Dorothy Tefft, '32,
social chairman of the hall, was in Twelve Enter All. Campu
charge of the arrangements for the at New Universit
affair. She was assisted by Marjorie Course.
Rough, '32, Julia Rourke, grad.,
Ruth Gilliam, '33, Edna Houck, Twelve women participi
'33SM, and Dorothy Fair, '34. Am- the all-campus golf tournan
ber bulbs in the lightingfixtures women which was held Wec
and Thursday afternoons
gave a pleasing atmosphere to the new University golf course
room. Al (owan's orenestra fur- who took part in the tour
nished the music. were mostly members of th
In Jordan hall the arrangements day and Wednesday golf
were carried out by Evelyn Leh- 'conducted by Mrs. Cissel. A
man, '33, social chairman of the any person interested was pc
hall. She was aided by Jeannette to enter, the number of E
Wright, '32, Joyce Campbell, '33, waslessened by the cold
Margaret Kemper, grad., Norma Thursday.
Lou Cove, '34, Margaret Durst, '31, In the match play, Jan'
and Dr. Zung Wei Koh, grad. Ted X34, wpn first place with s
&opki and his orchestra furnished 49-50. Barbara Hill, '34, w
the music. One hundred eighty showing final cards of 55-
couples were present. Perrin, '32, came third in t
nament with scores of 56-5
Hope Eddy to Present These will be the last tout
) matches of this season,

WOMAN IS MAN'S
EQUAL MENTALLY
Harry Kitson Believes Women
Have Business Ability.
Harry Dexter Kitson, in a recent
article, "Women In Business," says
that there is no reason why they
should not succeed, for it has been
proven that in spite of woman's
undoubted physical inferiority to
men, she is equal to him mentally.
,One business man says that a
woman should develop a more pro-
fessional, interested attitude toward
her job. William James, the emi-
nent psychologist, says that the best
way to become interested in a job
is to find out as much as possible
about it.
The worst thing an employee can
do is to create a prejudice against
himself by always trying to be the
first one out ,at closing time. In
order to be a success, the business
woman must be accurate, respon-
sible, speedy, a constructive thinker,
able to cooperate ;and direct the
work of others, neat in appearance,
and have the ability to learn. She
must use al her ingenuity for a
woman has greater obstacles to
overcome than a man.

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This afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, in
Mosher hall a program of songs will
be given by Hope Bauer Eddy, pupil
of Arthur Hackett. She will be ac-
companied by Leah Margaret Lich-
tenwalter, '33.
The program will consist of:
Gitanjali.............Carpenter
a-When I Bring Colored Toys
b-The Sleep That Flits On
Baby's Eyes.
La Partida.... ... ... . Alvarez
Alleluja........ . ... ..Mozart
Over the Steppe..Gretchaninoff
Spring Song of the Robin Women
. from "Shanewis"....Cadmen

players will keep up their p
on the University course u
end of school with the view
ing the nucleus for a team r
UNIVERSITY OF WES
GINIA--Due to the nume
quests which were made fo
to the senior ball after all
tickets had been sold, the 1
mittee placed 50 extra ti
sale to be sold :only to se
graduate students.

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In order to review the line of
march for Lantern Night which
will be Tuesday night all leaders
and aides will meet tomorrow at
3 o'clock on Palmer field. Aber-
tina Maslen, '31, will give the
procedure.

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Ralph C. Hall and Mrs.'Hall and
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