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FOURTEEN WOMEN
CHOSEN TO ASSIST
DOROTHYBIROZELL
Members of Finance Committee
for Junior Girls' Play
to Hold Meeting.
DUES TO BE COLLECTED
Chairman of Music and Lyrics
Will Organize Committee
to Accompany Tryouts.
Members of the finance commit-
tee for the Junior Girls' Play have
been selected, and will hold their
first meeting at 8 o'clock tonight in
the Women's Athletic association
office in the League building. Four-
teen women have been chosen to,
assist Dorothy Birdzell, business
manager for the play.
Evelyn Becker, Thelma Berner,
Louise Breaky, Frances Calvert,
Jean Goldenberg, Johanna Kan-
anen, Esther Kirby, Maurine Knox,

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'WIMMIN*G EVENTS'i
LANNDBY W.~lAUA
lans Completed for Swimming
Party at Michigan Union
for Women Students.
All women students are invited to
ttend the swimming party spon-
ored by the Women's Athletic As-,
ociation to be held at 7:30 tonight I
.n the Michigan Union pool.I
There will be no regular swim-
ning races, but several events will
e held in which all can join, such
s water polo, umbrella relays, and
ther games, according to Jean
Botsford, '32, W. A. A. swimming
manager, who is in charge of the
arty. Dorothy Felske, '32, will do
tunt diving, and several other spe-
cialty numbers are planned.
Non-menbers as well as members
of W. A. A. are invited to attend,
and no particular ability at swim-
ming is necessary, Miss Botsford
mphasized. This is the first affair
of this kind to be sponsored by
W. A. A. this year.
Glee Club to Present
Recital at Dormitory
A short concert, consisting of
egular concert numbers, will be
given by the Men's Glee club to-
morrow night at Jordan hall, Gayle
Chaflin, manager of the organiza-
ion, announced yesterday. Follow-
ng the concert which will be pre-
ented in the main living-room of
he dormitory, the club's own or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing until 10:30 o'clock.
Y.M.C.A. Sponsors Law Course
A course in practical law which
is open to all women is being spon-
sored by the Y. W. C. A. The meet-
ings are conducted every Tuesday
evening by Margaret Henkler, '31L.
Women at Johns Hopkins have
been heroines of the attack of
medical science on the common
cold. They have been subject to
experiments which have aided the
physicians in taking importantj
steps toward the conquest of theI
disease.

CALENDAR
Dec. 2-8
Tuesday.I
2:30-Women's Club, ballroom,
League building.
3:00-Faculty Women's Club,
Play reading section, League
building.
3:30-Junior Girls' Play, Lea-
gue committee room.
4:00-Pan - Hellenic meeting,
League cave.
5:00-Bortarboard meeting, in
League building.
7:45-Mu Phi Epsilon, League
building.
8:30-Michigan Dames, League
building.
Wednesday
12:30-Public Health Nursing,
League building.
3:00-Sophomore Cabaret com-
mittee, League building.
4:30-Jordan Hall Chorus, Lea-
gue building.
5:00-Eta Sigma Phi, League
building.
5:30-Athena initiation, Lea-
gue chapel.
7:00-Wyvern, League build-
ing.
7:30-Delta Omicron, League
building.
8:00-University Girls' Glee
Club, League building.
9:30-A r t Section, Women's
Club, League building.
Thursday.
2:30-W. C. T. U., Lounge I,
League building.
3:30-Junior Girls' Play, com-
mittee, League building.
4:00-Board of Representatives
of League, Grand Rapids room,
League building.
4:00-Mummers, League cave.
Saturday.
10:30-Jordan Hall Chorus,
League building.
Monday.
2:30-Music Section, Faculty
Women's Club, League building.

G91 FACULTY ATTENDS
Tl MARK B TlAA EATER OPENING
ID MA AK A 1 A( New Dramatic Committee fActs
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Ping Pong and Miniature Golf
Two of Many Attractions
Offered Attendants.-
Novel and unusual entertainmentr
will be afforded those patronizingC
the Women's League and Inter-1
church Bazaar being held Friday
and Saturday of this week in Bar-
bour gymnasium. In the parlorsj
adjoining the large gymnasiumt
there will be ping pong tables for
enthusiasts of that game and a
miniature putting green for golfers.
There will be shuffle board to be
played in the parlors also. In thel
gymnasium proper there will be
fortune telling booths and a fish'
pond. Arrangements are being made
for playing the game of darts in
the gymnasium so that archery
enthusiasts will be given an oppor-
tunity for competition.
Ruth Babbitt, '31, is chairman of
the entertainment committee and
is being assisted by Evelyn Miller,'
'31, Beatrice Loomis, '31, Josephine
Rulison, '31, and Betty Davis, '33,
who are soliciting articles for the
fishpond; and by Dorothy Knoelk,
'31, and Margaret Reed, '32, who
are arranging for the games.
Anyone who is interested in
helping tell fortunes is asked to
get in touch with Margaret Reed
by calling 23225. No professional
knowledge of fortune telling is
needed to volunteer assistance,
only the ability to read cards or
palms.

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Formal opening of the Laboratory
Theatre was held at 8:30 o'clock
last night, and a play was present-
ed at 9:00 o'clock. Hosts and host-
ess were members of the new dra-
matic committee, Prof. James M.
O'Neill, Prof. Oscar J. Campbell,
Prof. Herbert A. Kenyon, Prof. John
G. Winter, and Dean Alice C. Lloyd.
Guests who attended the open-
ing were: Dean H e r b e r t C.
Sadler and Mrs. Sadler, Prof. How-
ard B. Lewis and Mrs. Lewis, Prof.
Louis Strauss and Mrs. Strauss,
Prof. Louis I. Bredvold and Mrs.
Bredvold, Dean Joseph A. Bursley
and Mrs. Bursley, Dr. Margaret
Bell, Dean Henry M. Bates and
Mrs. Bates, Prof. John W. Eaton,
Dean Samuel T. Dana and Mrs.
Dana, Mrs. Grace B. Hollister.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira M. Smith, Prof.
Walter B. Pillsbury and Mrs. Pills-
bury, Mr. William D. Henderson and
Mrs. Henderson, Prof. J. Raleigh
Nelson and Mrs. Nelson, Dean John
R. Effinger and Mrs. Effinger, Prof,
Thomas H. Reed and Mrs. Reed
Dean Carl Huber and Mrs. Huber
Prof. Clarence D. Thorpe and Mrs
Thorpe, and Prof. Charles C. Fries
and Mrs. Fries.

Workd of Converting Auditorium
Into Glamorous Night Club
Is Started.
"Plans for the Sophomore Cabar-
et decorations have been complet-
ed, and they are going to be ex-
ceedingly attractive," stated Cath-
erine heesen, chairman of the dec.-
orations committee. "However, their
execution will entail much time
and work,
"We are able to have Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall every day from 4
o'clock until midnight, and are
planning to work every day until
the whole task is accomplished,"
Miss Heesen continued. "Women
who are interested in assisting with
this work may obtain late permis-
sion, and are given League honor
points for participation."
"Volunteers will not be required
to work all the time, and if every
woman could give an hour or so
each day, the work could easily be
finished on time. Women who wish
to help with this work should get
in touch with Catherine Heesen at
22249, or report directly to Barbour
gym.

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Geraldine Megaro, Thelma Meyer,
Mary McClure, Pauline Richards,
Anna Lyle Spain, and Eleanor ,
Walkinshaw are the women who rI
will start work immediately on col-
lecting the dues of one dollar which Associated ora IPhoto r
every eligible junior is expected to n
pay. Colleen Utter.t
Dues Receipt Nccessory. u Who is editor-in-chief of the col- i
"The system which we will use lege weekly at Brenau college, s
this year," says Miss Birdzell, "is Gainesville, Ga., is from Hunting- t
about the same as that which has ton, Ind. She is fond of sports, en-
worked so successfully with our tering into all forms on the cam- d
Freshman Pageant and Sophomore pus.
Cabaret. After the dues of women
who are trying out for the play
have been paid, and no one can try.
ot without a receipt, the members
o the finance committee will be n t r a miu r alI
supplied with the names of women
who have not paid, and will see
these women personally. Of coure, N
we hope that every one who is eli-
gible will try out, and that we will
not have to make any personall
calls," she added. SCHEDULE OF GAMES. r
Committee To Be Organized.C
Tuesday.
A sub-committee to the music 4oclock-H e 1 e n Newberry vs.
committee is about to be organized 4 cer
by 1Katherine Sitton, chairman of 'eague .
music and lyrics. The work of this Delta Delta Delta vs. Jordan 1.
group will be to accompany, on the 5 o'clock-League 2 vs. HelenI
piano, rehearsals for the Junior Newberry 2.
Girls' Play, which will begin at.the. Betsy Barbour vs. Alpha Phi.
opening of the second semester. Bowling and rifle are to be the
individual sports in intramural1
ADRIA PARKS, '33, competition this season. There is
T O MANAGE RIF LE bowling every day from 4 to 6
o'clock i the alleys at the Women's
Athletic Building. Rifle chsses for
Adria Parks, '33, has recently those who have had experience and
been appointed rifle manager on practice in shooting will be held
the executive board'of the Women's from 5 to 6 o'clock on Tuesday af-
Athletic Association, and will be in ternoon. A class for beginners will
charge of rifle practices and try- be held from 4 to 6 o'clock Wed-
outs for the team. nesday and Thursday. Both these
The next meeting of the execu- classes will be held at the Women's
tive board will be held at 6:00 o'- Athletic building.
clock Thursday, Dec. 4, in the A heart and lung examination
Women's Athletic building, and all must be had by all women entering
members of the board must be intramural competition if they have
present unless excused by the presi- not had a physical examination
dent. this year.

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PEGASUS CLASS MEETING
Pegasus riding club will hold its
second meeting of the year at 4:30
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 4, in
Martha Cook dormitory, according
to an announcement by Frances
Beuthine, '32, riding manager. It is
important that all members of the
club be present at this meeting.

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