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TUESDAY, DECEMBER S, 1930

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JUNIORS SIGN UP
FOR PLAYTRiYOTS
Jane Inch Announces Eligibility
Requirements for Women
Participating.

MRS. HOOVER TO CHRISTEN VESSEL
AT LAUNCHING CEREMONY ON NOV. 9

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DUES ARE ONE DOLLAR
Appointments for first tryouts
for the Junior Girls' Play are be-
ing made from 9 to 12 and from
1 to 4 o'clock today, tomorrow,,and
Thursday in University hall. Try-
outs are scheduled from 3:30 to 61
o'clock on Thursday and Friday,
and from 9:30 to 12 o'cioci on Sat-
urday in . the Lydia Mendelssohn
theater.
Jane Inch, assistant chairman of
the Play, who is in charge of ap-
pointments and tryouts says that
though yesterday was the first day
to make appointments, there was
quite a bit of enthusiasm shown by
the junior women. Miss Inch also
said that women should remember
the eligibility requirements before
signing up for a tryout, since in-
eligible women who do this will
only make extra work for the com-
mittee.-
Requirements for eligibility are a
C average for last semester's work,
with no E's, and either full junior
standing of 60 hours, second semes-
ter sophomore standing, or second
semester junior standing with no
record of participation in any other
Junior Girls' Play. New students
may try out only with permission
from the office of the Dean of Wo-
men.
For the convenience of the jun-
iors who make appointments, the
finance committee has stationed A
representative at table, who will
collect the dollar dues. A receipt
for the dues must be presented at
the timeo trin out

WOMEN'SE ATHLETIC
Physical Education Department!
Reorganizes Intramural
Sports for Women.
PLAY FOR ALL' IS AIM
In reorganizing the Intramural
sports this year, three steps in the
Athletic Conference of American
College Women platform are being
carried out, by the Physical Edu-
cation department for women.
The first step, to emphasize mass
participation, is being realized
through the intramurai programs,
through Sports' Days, a form of
intercollegiate relationship which
places emphasis upon play for all,
and through promotion of a varied
program which meets the interests
of all women.
The second step, article 7 in the
A. C. A. C. W. platform, reads "to
co-operate with our respective
Physical Education departments in
the realization of these ideals and
standards," and the third step,
article 9, is "to promote those ac-
tivities that may be adapted to
the needs of after-college life."

CALENDAR
Tuesday.

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j2:30--Ann Arbor Women's Club,
Leag~ue ballroom.
7:15-Alpha Gamma Sigma, Lea-
gue building.
7:15--Zeta Phi Eta, fourth floor,
Angell hall.
7:0--Theta Sigma Phi, League
building.
6:00-Nursery ectivr, Faculty
Women's Club, League building.
8:00-Athena meeting, Fourth
floor, Angell hall.
8:00-Sigma Alpha Iota, League
buijY'g.
8:'. Open meeting of Women's
League, ballroom.
9:00--Central committee, Junior
Girls' Play, League office.
Wednesday.
3:00----Music commitee, Junior
Girls' Play, V. A. A. office, LLeague
building.
6:30----Bairbour ?3cholarshipo DIn-
nCr, League builiirmg.
7:30--Mu P hi Epsilon, League
building.
7: 30---LanbdaCri Omega, League

HARRIS HALL TEA
TO ENLARGE FUND
Kingsley Hall Endorsed by Men
of Gtreat Renown.
Kingsley Hall Fund will be en-j
larged by the Benefit Cabaret Teat
which is being given from 4 to 6G
this afternoon at Harris hall. There [

RUTH YEN TO SPEAK
TO WOME[N TONIGHT
All Students Are Urged to Take
Advantage of Opportunity
to Meet President.

will be musical entertainment as All women students are urged to
well as bridge. Kingsley hail, found- attend the open meeting to be
ed at Bow, London, by Miss Muriel held at 8:30 tonight in the ball
Lester, is one of the most unusual room of the Women's League build-
social experiments in the world. ing, at which Dr. Alexander G.
When Miss Lester used to pass Ruthven, president of the Univer-
through the district when she was 1 sity will be the speaker. Every stu-
but a small child she was impressed dent should take advantage of this
by the squalor and abject poverty opportunity to meet Dr. Ruthven
of the region surrounding the pres- informally, and the League social
ent Hall, which has the endorse- committee has issued a special in-
ment of John Masefield, H. G. Wells, vitation for all women to come.
J o h n Galsworthy and Gilbert There will be an informal recep-
Bayes, the sculptor. Two of the tion following the speeches, in the
nest known magistrates, J. A. R. lounges at which refreshments will
Cairns, Esq. and W. Claude Hall, be served. Jeannie Roberts, '32,
Esq., in London say that the Hall chairman of the social committee
has made this section the least of the League and Ruth Babbitt,
l criminal part of London in fifteen '33, chairman of this event, are in
years. charge of the affair, and Eleanor

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Associated Presa Photo
Artist's drawing of the liner, President Hoover, whichon beceijber 9,
Mrs. Hoover will christen at the launching ceremony held in Newport
News, Va. The vessel of 33,800 tons displacement, cost $8,000,000.

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MEMBERS
TO HAVE

OF W.4A A.
JACKETS

The Women's Athletic Association1
recommends the furtherance of
intramural games as a means of
encouraging women to come out
for sports. Competition among theI
various groups is valuable for the
social contacts brought about, and
enthusiasm for healthful activities
can be maintained by offering a
great variety of activities which
appeal to the interests of the stud-'
ents. This is the purpose of the
present emphasis being put upon
intramural sports by the physical
education department, as a pre-
requisite for playing on interclass
teams.
Under the present system, inter-
class games will be played after
the close of. the intramural season.
Festivities to be Held
for Faculty Members

buildin Mi> e T believes that churches
0:00-- Jnivc rsi:y Giir's Gl e Club. an 'kl "ave taken the wrongI
League buildin,. attitude, and so she approached the
problem from at new angle, saying
Thursday. Jnrthatshe and her associates have
evolved the practice of "approach-
3:00-,Program committee, Junior ing the poor with the mind of the
Girls' Play, Concourse of League poor." She describes it as a teetotal
bugilmng, house during the week and a house
6:30--Sigma Alpha Iota, Lcague of worship on Sunday. There it is
building. E in the midst of saloons, and yet it
a7:30--Mu Phi Epsilon, League remains an oasis where men and
:ycave. women can go and not have to buy
9:00 -- Faculty Womn's Club, drink for hospitality and cheer.
She continues "So in this neigh-
Friday. borhood of smells and rat-run
habitations, of eight people to a
3:30-Tryouts for Junior Girls' room, brawls and poverty, Kingsley
Play, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. hall opened its doors. There is no
4:00 - Women's League party, paid labor in the hall Neighbors
League ballroom. come in to do the garden. Some
6:00-Delta Omicron, in League cook dinner, others polish the floors,
building. or lend a hand with the cleaning.
7:00--Lambda Chi Omega, League The hall operates on 'service suff-
building. rage, not adult's suffrage. Their

Cooke, '31, president of the League,
will preside.
Meetings of this nature are a
biennial occasion and give excel-
lent opportunity for women from
all over the campus to meet in-
formally members of the faculty.
The next meeting will be scheduled
for some time in late spring.
interests are all one, and although
they subscribe to varying creeds,
yet they all worship together."
Miss Lester declares that their
secret of worship is silent prayer.
Another rule which holds is "We
have no right to superfluities while
our brothers anywhere lack neces-
sities. Each of us is bound to frank-
ness and the facing of facts. Theor-
ies, even the most beautiful have to
be thrown aside if they will not
square with the facts of life. A
creed that won't work is an offense
to God and man."

the time of tryingout.aai aaua
Measurements Will be Taken in
DORMITORY PLANS NEWS W.A.A. Office Today
TO HOLDBAZAAR__ and Tomorrow.j
Schedule of Games. Measurements for Women's Ath-
Juniors in Charge Decorate in 4:00-Helen Newberry vs. Jordan iletic Association jackets will be,
Scheme of Street Scene. 1; League 7 vs. Delta Delta Delta. taken from 1 to 3 o'clock this af-
5:00-League 2 vs. Betsy Barbour ternoon and from 2:30 to 4 o'clock
Gaiety will be the keynote of House; Helen Newberry vs. Alpha in the W. A. A. office on the main
Couzens hall's annual bazaar this Phi. floor of the League building by
year which is to be held at 8 o'clock Jean Bentley, '33, a member of the
on the evening of December 15. Bowling alleys in the Women's W. A. A. executive board.E
The juniors, who are in charge of Athletic building are open from 4 Only W. A. A. members are eligi-
the affair, have announced that it to 6 o'clock every day and from 7 ble to wear these jackets, whichE
will include all the color of a to 9 o'clock Tuesday and Thursday are appropriate for campus andl
French street scene with the booths evenings. All women who are inter- sport wear. The jackets are of a
as little shops along each side of ested in bowling are welcome to use navy blue woolen material, and aref
the thoroughfare. the alleys and instruction may be made on tailored lines. Numerals1
Patrons can do much of their had if desired. or initials can be placed on the1
Christmas shopping in these booths. pocket. Only the membership re-l
having for selection a myriad of A bowling tournament is being quirement of five W. A. A. points
lovely things including trees and held as an individual sport. Any is necessary to order a jacket.
decorations, all sorts of animals, woman may enter by signing up at Those who have won letters in in-1
many gifts of needlework, brass- Palmer Field house or Barbour ter-class or intramural sports can
ware and pottery, candy, and im- gymnasium and by bowling 15 have them placed on the jacket.
ported things from Japan as well strings any day between 4 and 6
as many other articles. o'clock.
Those seeking entertainment may -
attend a one-act play entitled "The Rifle practice is being held from
Impertinence of the Creature" and 4 to 6 o'clock every Tuesday at the
hear the "Midnight Sons Quartet" Women's Athletic building for ad-
and the Couzens Hall Choral club. vanced classes.

Saturday.
9:30-Tryouts for Junior Girls'
Play, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Sunday.

4:00

Oriental Women, Ethel

Members of Mne Faculty Women's { Fountain Hussey lounge, League
club and their husbands will be building.
entertained at a formal reception, 4:30--Sigma Alpha Iota, League
card party, and dance Thursday chapel.
evening, Dec. 11, in the League Monday.
building. 2:30--Music section, Faculty Wo-
Bridge will be played in' the men's club, League building.
Grand Rapids room and the Host- -_ -
ess room, and Bob Carson's orches-
tra will play for dancing in the'
ballroom.
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Mrs.
Shirley Smith, Mrs. Marion Leroy
Burton and Mrs. John Sundwall
will receive the guests in the Grand
Rapids room.

PURE AND SPARKLING
Water is so plentiful, so common, that little thought is .given to it as
a beverage. That is, if you haven't already tasted Arbor Springs Water.
But if you have, you certainly do give it a thought, because it's so differ-
ent from ordinary water, so pure, sparkling and refreshing that cannot
help notice the great difference. Order a case today.
ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.
416 West Huron Phone 8270
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CHRISTMAS MUSIC
YPSI NORMAL C IR
FREDERICK ALEXANDER, Conductor

Old Music

Old iustrunwts

'fc'-hristmas

400 Young Voices'
Old Novels from Provence, England and Germany. Choral music from
Bach, Praetorius, Calvisius, Gretchaninov, Lvorsky and Max Reger. Ameri-
can Motet, English Partsong and a Glee, Old Flemish Madrigal, Irish
Fold Tune. Interlude for the Virginal and Recorder player by John
Challis.
Pease Auditorium, Ypsilanti, Thursday,
December 11
50 cents; no reserved seats
Doors closed for Prelude 8:00 to 8:30 P. M.
0
THAT'S what your taste will
shout when you try a bowl of
crisp, Kellogg's Corn Flakes

Unusual
Values

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All
New
Tones

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The most popular cere-
als served in the dining-
rooms of American col-
leges, eating clubs and
fraternities are made

served with cool cream and
perhaps a bit of fruit. It's great
for breakfast, delicious for
lunch and ideal for a late bed.
time snack!

The Acceptable
Christmas
Gift
Dull Sheer
Sheer Chiffon
Silk to Top
.50

Dull Sheer
Sheer Chiffon

manager, who must meet the public taste with delectable hickory-smoked
meats, and of the engineer, who must contrive to handle the production eco-
nomically. The use of gas heat eliminates the fuel problem, and insures

Wayne-Knit
Beautiful
Hosiery

$

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