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Dean Lloyd, Amy Loomis, and
Emily Bates Will Speak
on Play Tryouts.
Women Can Pay Class Dues Next
Week; Must Have Receipt
to Enter Tryouts.
At 4:15 o'clock Thursday, Dec. 4,
there will be a meeting of all the
women in the junior class in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Miss
Alice Lloyd, dean of women, and
Miss Amy Loomis, director of last
year's Junior Girls' Play, will be
the speakers of the afternoon.
Emily Bates, general chairman,
will be in charge of the meeting,
and will explain all the details of
the tryout appointments and try-
outs for the Junior Girls' Play,
which are to be held next week. A
special meeting of the Central Com-
mittee will take place at 8 o'clock
tomorrow night.
Eligibility for tryouts consists of
two things. First, an average of C
with no E's for the last semester's,

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All Campus Women Expected to
Have One Meal in Tearoom,
December 5 or 6.
Aid Asked for Fortune-Telling;
No Professional Training

Delta Gamma sorority has charge
of the tea room in connection with,
the League and Interchurch Ba-
zaar being held Friday and Satur-
day, Dec. 5 and . Luncheon and
dinner is being served both days
and all women on the campus are
expected to have one meal in the
Reservations should be made as
early as possible this week. Soror-
ities planning to have a meal serv-
ed in the tearoom should inform
Jane Brooks, '31, chairman of the
tearoom, of the number of places
they wish to reserve and the hour,
they wish. to come. In order to
have all patrons of the tearoom
well pleased these reservations

They Are Depriving Themselves to take to spinning than for us to
- N E- for the Sake of the Cause do something independent. It is
expected of the American woman.
Inspired by Ghandi. Some of the women of the most
elite Brahmin society have depriv-
Schedule of Games "I have great faith in the supre- ed themselves much for the sake of
4 p. m.-Alpha Xi Delta vs. Delta mecy of women in the next era," the cause inspired by the Ghandi's.
Gamma; Mosher-Jordan vs. Alpha jst ted Mrs. F. B. Fisher, wife of the Believes Ghandi A Great Soul.
Gamma Delta. minister of the Methodist Episco- Mrs. Fisher says of Ghandi, "He
5 p. m.-Kappa Delta vs. Zeta Tau pal church. Having been on inti- is a great soul; silent and power-
Alpha; Alpha Delta Pi vs. Theta Phi mate terms with the women in In- ful." Madame Ghandi has worked
Alpha._ dia and China, she has become side by side with her husband. She
deeply interested in their religious, has adopted an outcast boy and ist
Any women desiring to play inter- social and political activities. also an ardent prohibitionist. TheyE
class bkel usfit play ne- "oen h a v e changed more were great friends of the Fisher's.
class basketball must first play on T
an intramural team. The interclass teir tensr "The women have an equal edu-
teams are being chosen at the close turning their attentions away from "athenawpoenhaeunit ihealed
ofthse trmurg hsesn und thse the home because of the change in cational opportunity with the men t
of the intramural season under the the kitchens. They need to carry in India. All of the colleges and
new plan being inaugurated by the theit enThgento chrry-universities are open to them.t
new lanbe~g iauguate bythetheir pent up energies into the s0Tahigadmeiiear-hi
Physical Educations department. ilrdrndrgnevredp- Teaching and medicine are their
The intramural season opens to- cial order and organize varied pro- main fields of specialization andg
day and all women interested in fessions for women: not o ow the one language that they allb
athletics should affiliate themselves Ms Fisher was on the Women's study is English. When it was pro-J
with an intramural team. National Committee in India: her posed that there should be a com-
sympathies being with the inde- montlanguage for all of India, theya
Women interestect in playing pendent Movement. She greatly wanted it to be English and not
basketball and who are not affili- admires their spirit and courage Hindi.
ated with a dormitory, sorority, or saying, "it is much more difficult Tells of Feminist Movement.
league house should report to Miss for them to take off their fine When Mrs. Fisher attended then
Hartwig at Barbour gymnasium by jewels and silk stockings in order National Congress, it was presidedf
5 o'clock Monday. Club teams are -------- - -Iover by a woman and English wasv
being formed. Rushn Dinners and used at the meeting. This is alson
______ a significant fact in the feminist
All women wishing to play on Pan-Hellenic Ball movement there. She has been
intramural teams who have not keeping up a correspondence withc
had a physical examination this Enliven Past .eek the women in the Far East and shev
year must have a heart and lung is now arranging for an All Asiaa
test before going out for practice. Women's Congress to be held in In-1
---- Thanksgiving week is not a pop- dia in order to discuss affairs ofC
Two-court basketball is going to ular one for social activity, and womanhood. Japan has alreadyr
be played. In the past the court consequently, breakfasts after the accepted.I
has been divided into three parts Pan-Hellenic Ball were almost the Mrs. Fisher has learned to love(
and players were confined to their only form of entertainment spon- India and its institutions. The two
own section. The floor this year will sored by the sororities this week. books which she has written on1
be divided in two and the playing Alpha Phi, Alpha Chi Omega, Al- India are "Freedom," which is a-1
space will be larger. This will afford pha Epsilon Phi, Sigma Kappa, Al- bout its religions, and "The Top of1
greater range of possibilities in the pTha Xi Delta, Phi Sigma Sigma, the World." From these books may
development of definite formation and Alpha Omicron Pi all gave be learned many more of her ex-1
plays. breakfasts after the Pan-Hellenic periences and ideas gained from;
--Bali last Friday night. life in the Orient.
Instruction for dormitory, league Alpha Omicron Pi entertained
house, or sorority teams may be seven rushees at dinner last Tues- NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
obtained during practice if desired. day night. -Women students here recently
Alpha Xi Delta were hostesses petitioned that they be granted
CORNELL UNIVERSITY - "Re- during the week to Agnes Reigart, smoking rooms in campus build-
solved: that women should have '28, of Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Reig- ings.1
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Miss Ethel McCormick
to Supervise Work


Associated Press Photo
Florence Melchert,
Kansas State Agricultural College
freshman, who is earning her way
through college, by working in the
home of an instructor, was named
"girl most outstanding in 4-H club


Since her appointment as advisor
to the Sophomore Cabaret, Miss
Ethel A. McCormick, assistant pro-
essor of physical education, and
social director in the office of the
dean of women, has been acting in
the capacity of supervisor of the
central committee, meeting with
them once a week to consider the
general problems.
The committee consists of Bar-
bara Braun, general chairman,
Jean Botsford, assistant chairman,
Margaret Ferrin, chairman of fin-
ance, Margaret O'Brien, chairman
of publicity, Catherine Heesen,
chairman of decorations, Margret
Schermack, chairman of entertain-
ment, Virginia Taylor, chairman of
food, Aileen Clark, chairman of
waitresses, and Adele Wooley, chair-
man of costumes.
Cabaret Offers Opportunity.
"I feel, that this is an unusual
opportunity for the Sophomore
women to make the contacts that
are the essential part of any col-
lege woman's life," stated Miss Mc-
Cormick. "Working in the Sopho-
more Cabaret, in any capacity
whatever, whether the job be large
or small, is one of the best possible
methods of making friends, and
the work itself is so interesting
that it well repays the efforts spent.
I only hope that every eligible
sophomore will realize this, and
that every womaY will be repre-
sente& in some phase of the Cab-
The Cabaret will be given five
times a day, December 5 and 6, and
will be held in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall of Barbour gym, in con-
junction with the annual League

work, and secondly, either junior j
standing, second semester sopho-
more standing, or second semester
junior/ standing, with no participa-
tion in any other Junior Girls' Amelia Igel to Study Psychiatric
Play. Social Service at Western
Dues Paid in University Hall. Reserve University.
Tables will be located in Univers-
ity hall from 9 to 12 o'clock and Amelia Igel, '21, of Pittsburgh,
,from 1 to 5 o'clock Wednesday, Pennsylvania, has just been award-
Thursday and Friday, Dec. 10, 11, ed a fellowship under the Common-
and 12. At the same time and place, wealth Fund of New York to study
the dues of one dollar which each in the School of Applied Social
eligible junior is expected to pay, Sciences of Western Reserve Uni-
will be collected. This is for the versity, Cleveland.
convenience of those who are try- Miss Igel will study psychiatric
ing out for the Play, since a receipt social work. This field has devel-
for the dues must be presented at oped since the war, and excellent
tryouts. opportunities are offered in it for
The time which has been sched- workers trained for psychiatric
uled for tryouts is from 3 to 6 clinics and other medical social
o'clock Thursday, Friday and Sat- agencies.
urday, DecF. 12,13, and 14, inathe From Carnegie Institute Miss Igel
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. The received her master's degree. She
type of performance which will be has done field work for the Family
requested by the central committee Welfare Association of Pittsburgh,
from women who are trying out and was at one time superintend-
will be announcedaat the class ent of the Pittsburgh Bureau for
meeting Thursday, as will the dates J'ewish Children, and has worked
for the American Red Cross as a
of second tryouts. disaster relief worker, and also as
Classes Meet Twice a Week. a medical social worker in the Alle-
The limbering and stretching gheny General Hospital in Pitts-
classes, which have been conducted burgh.
for the past four weeks in Barbour
gymnasium, will practice Tuesday GREEK MAGAZINES UNITE
and Thursday of this week in the
Committee room, on the second Eleven sorority magazines have
floor of the League building. With pooled their circulation, which is
tryouts in the near future, 'Lynne about 62,000 for the purpose of en-
Adams, who is taking charge of the couraging national advertising, ac-
classes, requests that those who cording to an article in the current
wish to enroll do so immediately. issue of Banta's Greek Exchange, a
There are two hours of meeting, Pan-hellenic journal, published in
the first from 3:30 to 4:30 and the the interest of the college fraternity
second from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock. world.

should be made immediately.
Three Churches to Have Booths.
Faculty wives and women inter-
ested in the church booths are re-
quested to make their reservations
early likewise. The churches inter-
ested in the bazaar this year are
the Episcopalian, Unitarian, and
Baptist. Mrs. D. M7. Lichty is gen-
eral chairman of the church
The entertainment committee
headed by Elizabeth Osgood, '32, is
seeking talent for the bazaar. Any-

equal opportunities with mnen in ar new n
one who is able to ell fortunes, -e
either by palm reading orwith business and professions" was the while in Ann Arbor.
cards, is invited to help in the for-I subject of campus debaters recent- Alpha Chi Omega entertained,
tune telling booths that the enter- ly. "What we need is a good old- Mrs. Louis Nack, of Gayland, Ill.,
tainment committee is sponsoring, fashioned girl who can make good and Mrs. Marie Stuefer Schaffer, of
It is not necessary to have profes- biscuits" was the contention of the West Point, Neb., as house-guests
._ 1sn eesr eaietast Monday and Tuesday.
sional training in order to volun- negative team. o
teer services. Only a knowledge of__ _________-
cards is necessary. StDD
Tuesday is Final Day.. SER
The final date for submitting ar-
ticles to the bazaar is from 3 to 5
o'clock Tuesday afternoon at Bar-
bour Gymnasium. At this time all
the articles assigned to the various
houses on campus must be turned
in. Mary Margaret McClure, '32,
chairman of the articles commit-
tee, will be present to check the
articles submitted and she has an-
nounced that Tuesday is absolutely
the deadline for turning in articles.
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amonds, Watches, Clocks, Je
High Grade Repair Servic

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and Sale


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Women's League and
Interchurch Bazaar
Gift Suggestions
Are Numerous






.Fine Furs
We will have with us for these
two days only,' a representative
from one of the largest New York
fur houses presenting for your ap-
proval beautiful coats of

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A1 small doposit
will hold your
Liberal i c r m s

Jap Mink


Hudson Seal
Broad Tail

A necklace of two-strands of
pearls or colored stones with
gold, will contribute just the
right touch to the costume.



Crepe With Lace
for "Bright'n' Light"
Sunday Night Frocks
A yoke of lace to flatter . . . . a bright or light
shade of crepe . . . . a dress to dream about!
Dresses with intricate sleeve treatments and long, grace-


Friday Dec. 5
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