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I Delta Gamma Defeats Leagu
Teamn in Baseball Game
Played Yesterday.
Due to the short time left in
which the tournaments must be
finished, both interclass and in-
tramural games were played yes-
terday afternoon at Palmer field.'
The first one was a speedball game
! in which the juniors decively de-
feated the Calicos with a score of
14-8.
Althougli the Calicos started out
playing a strong game and showing.
good team work, they petered out
in the second half allowing the
juniors to overcome their lead. of
four points at the half. The
strength of the juniors lay in the
remarkable way in which theiA
backfield played together,
Team Line-ups Given.
The Calicos line-up was: Eliza-
beth Whitney, '31, center forward;
Jean Berridge, '33, right inner;
Florence Bennel. '31, left inner;
Elizabeth Schull, '33, left wing;
Helen Moore, '31, right wing;
Gladys Schroeder, '33, center back;
Rita Gaber, '33, left half; Kathar-
ine Rentschler, '33, right half; An-
na Neberle, '33, right guard; Eliza-
beth Gribble, '33, left guard and
Jean Bentley, '33, who played goal
keeper.
Women who played for the jun-
iors ,were; Esther LaRowe, center
forward; Sylvia Weiss,, right inner;
Doris Litzenburg, left inner, Doro-
thy Elsworth, right wing; Josephine
Fisher, left wing; Violet Canberg,
center half; Lorraine Larson, right
half; Marjorie Elsworth, left' half;
Betty Gardiner, right guard; Doro-
thy Birdzell, left guard; and Ros-
alyn Caley, goal keeper.
Delta Gamma to Play in Finas.
Two teams competed in the last
round of the elimination games of

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MWARTHA GRAHAM DECLARES DANCERS TU( MEMB
BORN IN AMERICA ARE DISCREDITED 1111L1M L
Leader of Chorus of "Electra' to earn her own living, and she
Believes Lack of Finances started at once to dance, She danc- WILL HOL
No Hindrance. . ed first with Ruth St. Denis in 1916,
abutbefore she could go into prof Election of Officers t
sionally' dancing, she had to finish lctna iest
By . L. B. school. Place at Same Time as
"The greatest misfortune finan- "After two dreadful years," she Social Meeting.
cially that can come to a dancer resumed her story, "when I was
is to be born an American," declar- forced to dance in the Ziegfield i place of the regular we
ed Martha Graham, leader of the Follies because I needed money, I meeting o Te night me
chorus in the "Electra," which is decided that I' would' dance my meeting on Tuesday nght mem
playing at the Lydia Mendelssohn .own way or give up dancing alto- of Epsilon chapter 'of 1'thena,
theater this week. "With a German gether. So I started from the bot- tional honorary literary deba
or Slavic name, people immediately tom again." society, will hold a picnic ton
conclude that you are naturally a Two factors, social and climactic on the Island. All those who
talented artist, but with an Ameri- conditions, determine the form planning to attend should come
can heritage, they assume you can't which dancing in a particular coun-
possibly know anything about art," I try will take, Miss Graham stated, fore 5:30 to the east entranci
"Until five years ago," continued In the south, for example, move- the Natural Science Building.
Miss Graham, "an American was ment is economized as much as Johanna Wiese, '31, chairma
not proud to claim his country cul- possible, while in a country such as ths committee for the affair,
turally. A girl was sent to Europe Russia, the dance is vigorous. arrange for the purchase of
for finishing after graduation, and Government Important Factor. food for which each person wil
the musician and painter went to "The form of government is a charged asmall amount.A'
Europe to study. At first this was great controlling factor in the gram in the form of dramtic
the logical thingto, do, because the dance. In Russia, where everything has been arranged for the er
greatest masters were in Europe, formerly was under the rule of the tainment o fthe group by N
but it has since degenerated to Czar, the dance is very convention Scherer, '31.
merely a tradition." al. A girl, who intends to be a danc- As this is the last meeting of
Determination Is Essential- er, is placed in a school closely re- society for the year, election Of
"However," asserted Miss Graham sembling a convent until she is 17 cers will take place tonight.:
with a smile that proclaimed the years old. When she leaves there, essential that all members be
determination back of her charm- the theater for which she has been sent.
ing personality whiclt has placed prepared, is ready for her. Her ob- Florence iscock '32 has l
her in the foremost ranks of the ject is to do her part in the dance. president of the society during
representatives of the m o de r n better than anyone else ever has, current semester; Dorothy Dan
dance," in spite of an American but not to create. The Russian '32, will retire from the offc
heritage, anyone who is not hin- theater public have seen the same vice-president; Barbara Shuker
dered by a physical disability,. can part played by so many different is secretary and Marie Welle
do almost anything he wants -to- people that they recognized it at '32, has been treasurer. Pa
if he wants to badly enough. Per- once if she departs from the tradi- mentarian and chairman of
haps one may go hungry some- tional interpretation by so much as gavel committee will also be
times, but that is to be expected. the movement of an arm. pointed.
Lack of finances certainly shouldn't ---
stand in the way of a career."
Miss Graham may well speak
with authority on this subject. Her f th G O I X J rN
father, a doctor who specialized in
nervous disorders, was of a Puritan Y 'Fo the M dW
line, and sternly suppressed the de- or e odern oman
sire of his four-year-old daughter fvaf0 IIEMSTITCHING AND ALTERA TiON
to learn ,dancing, believing that he
could replace this desire with some Modiste Shoppe Dial 2-1129 620 ast Libert
other interest. Shewas takento a
danice'recital just once: it aroused _________________ _________________
her enthusiasm to such a pitch
that her parents realized they
would have to keep her away from Americ'
any other such performances. Ameria Most Beautifu
Danced With Ruth St. Denis.
When her father died, MarthaF Qp t wea r Al r
who was then still in school, was
compelled "fortunately," she said, Graduation.
uality Is Yours In Our .-
ade to the Had'Summer
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who Instead of Concealing
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this
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Summertime demands comfort
pat- and coolness - even as r e g a r d s
gloves. The long opera length glovesI
dor- which were so popular last season
Be- are.now passe. As'ti hot days ap-
was proach, extremely long gloves look
the rather too uncomfortable to be at-
and tractive to modern women. The
newest mode is that of the brief
eral little wrist-length gloves. Many of
inor them are simply day-time gaunt-
gue lets as may be seen in the sketch
men at the top. The brevity of the
To- gauntlet may be effectively accen-
elen tuated by turning back the wrists.
'33, The longest gloves one will see
rd- these summer evenings will be the
ian, twelve-button length, which stop
just about an inch below the elbow.
One wrinkles them deeply around
D the wrist to give them an even
shorter appearance. The chic wo-
S man also buys them a size too
large-as she must do with all her
frn 1gloves.
The black glove will be worn all
summer. It is mos$ effective, how,-
ever, when short. In the illustra-
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Eyes Should Express
Women's Personality

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Spanish air of these short black ye
gloves which lends charm to any tea
wardrobe. th
The evening dress pictures here ah
is one of the new form-fitting sc
dresses which are so popular this
season. It enhances rather than
conceals the natural- lines of the
figure. The slight shirring on the
bodice prevents a flat-chested ap-
pearance, while the long, smooth.
line fron the waist to knees gives,
one that "poured-into look" which
Iis so desirable. Two 'circular godets
marshall the fullness below the
knees. The dress is satin.'You may
wear the bolero, or not, at your dis-
cretion.
TWO WOMEN WIN
TENNISMATCHES
Virginia Watson and Sarah Bond'
.to Play in Finals.
Yesterday afternoon the semi-
finals of the all-campus tennis
tournament were played. Virginia
Watson, '31, Doris Clarke, '34SM,,
Celine . Smith, '32Ed, and Sarah
Bond, '32, were the particfpants.a
In the match which Miss Watson
and Miss Smith -played the former'
won the first set 6-1, the second
6-0, the third was not played. Both
women played very good tennis,
Miss Watson having exceptionally
fine placement. The participants in
this match played hard.
The match between Miss Bond
and Miss Clarke was much faster
than the first one. Miss Bond won
the first set 6-4, her opponent took
the second 6-4, while Miss Bond
came back to take the third 6-3.
yote will get more out
of your Un'versity ca-
reer if you at3 able to
type your own notes,
themes and theses.hYou
er if you take them in
shorthand. Hundreds; of
Michigan students have
learned typewriting and
shorthand at Hamilton
Business College. Many
have 'used it to earn
money on the sideor
during vacation. You
will also find it very.
valuable in your career
after graduation.
Typewriting
Shorthand
Accounting
Secretarial

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e intramural baseball tournament
sterday. Delta Gamma and \the
am of League house group 2 were
e participants. The former was.
ead when playing stopped by :a
ore of 14 to 13.

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""me ILLINOIS - Cosmetic evolution
oses is instead of cosmic evolution is fast
becoming the topic of conversation
rusi- of University of Illinois if one may
of six believe a feature article in the Il-
lini, on dressed and distressed eyes.
e their The writer seemed to favor the
hakfast dressed eyes. She proposes a cam-
hapter paign for the much neglected eyes.
t T She believes that lovely ones are
to an- the result of conscientious care,
WGray, and judicious use of make-up. The
Waaira, right shade of eye shadow is rec-
Le Hos- ommended for night wear. A wo-
at the man's eyes may thus be transform-
dinner ed into shbow-cases of personality.

ice Lloyd, andt
and Mrs. Woor.
iving a party to-
t for the children
r alumnae. Games
lowe; by refresh-
Alpha Xi Delta'
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RIDERS WILL -REHEARSE
Members of Pegasus who are
to take part in the riding exhibit
next Friday afternoon at 3:30
are asked to meet at the League!
at 6:30tonight for the final re-
hearsal. Those who will not be
able to be in the show are asked
to get in touch with Ruth Bab-
bitt, at 23225-
There will be a meeting of the
club Thursday at 7:15 for the
final election of officers.,

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