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THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1931

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JUNIORS TO MAKE
APPOINTMENTS FOR!
LAST PLAY TRYOUTS'

EDUCA TOR S OPEN
ITALIANSCHOOL
Amnerican Women Take up Study
of Social Sciences.

MUSICAL SOHOHITY nf rnrip
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V S LO.I G FL IDAYS iRtORD W. A. A. POINTS

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All Those, Wishing to Take
Should Register
Today.

Part

FINANCE DRIVE TO BEGIN
Health Certificates, Approval of
Dean for New Students
Required.
Today is the last day for making
appointments for second Junior
Girls' Play tryouts. A table will be
in University hall from 9 until 12
and from 1 to 4 o'clock today. Ap-
pointments may be made for any-
time between 3:30 and 6 o'clock
today and tomorrow, and from 9:30
until 12 o'clock Saturday morning.
Women who for some reason
were unable to try out for the Play
at the first tryouts will be permit-
ted to try out now, in accordance
wit ha statement made by Jane
Inch, assistant chairman, in charge
of tryouts. This does not apply
however to women who broke their
first appointmentsi without any ex-
cuse for doing so.
The finance committee for the
Play is starting its final drive for
the dollar dues which members of
the class pay each year to help fin-
ance the Play. All the women who
have attended one tryout have al-
ready paid their dues. Each mem-
ber of the committee is supplied
with a list of names of those who
have not yet paid, and is respon-
sable for calling each of these peo-
ple.
Certificates from t n e Health
Service are required from each jun-'
ior before she makes her- appoint-
mnent, and new juniors have been
notified that they must petition
tbieir eligibility before trying out.
DR. WYLIE AT CORNELL
Information received from Dr. W.
A. Pillsbury, head of the psychology
department, stated that Dr. Mar-
garet Wylie, formerly a member of
th~e same department, is now a full'
professor at Cornell University.
Part of her work consists of man-
aging the Parent-Teacher graduate
department. It is an excelent ,i d
promising position, believes Dr.
Pillsbury.

In Florence, Italy. a new schoolAtie Etean tresc__
has been opened -for young wvomen, ;i
students, an - recent graduates of rnlma a tet
IAmerican universities, who desie to; of Chapter. c7ok-ueLc5Y. 'id W
kacquaint themselves with certain I?~h; F.J ~ti
social, ecconic and political as- Patronesses and alurmnae of Delta, 'eol Ph ~7W j]l
pects of modern Europe. It is known Omicron. national honorary mu i_ J G, 17:Oe~ M X ~.A.
a th i1 C ..n vd n e diet ca so oiy we et eg et of V , ed by Miss Edith May, sponsored by active chapter at a formal n ; --
European nand Ameri-an educators; c ale last evening. An orga n iel.i, Results ofY t dy' ~a
and endorse d by the Italian govr-wspesnenteC-gza .x
ment,. al Church by Velma Wahl, . 7 aiuaLi
TIhe aim of th~r work at the Villa 31ManeMry iet12,SM
is to give a general. and practical' The program included:
knowledge of certain asp-acts ofI
present-day Europe, its life, cul tuze, Chorale. .. .. .. .I. .. .. . .Andressen Ganma Phi Beta S' dae(K-
istradis nexai zlpo- Hr ~sia.....,.. ...Rsiel etrgm l: lems. The staff is drawn from the Prelude and Fugue in G last week. The team iv a.; 1more"
schools of economic and social sci- Minor..........ach orga nixed and put up a .ool c --
ences and of history and literature Velma Wachlin, '31STAL Itense,. However the Iri P11~ar n
of the Unih.ersity of Florence. Lec- II x;=h&-t cea1i I]1"r i <:n Y { 'ah
tures are given in English, French Reverie .. .. .ikisn curday the CGammra Phi s duc.
and tDlinkarysies, p3.the entire game. The guiarding o
ant Ialin.Mar Kest '3.Phli t Ueam and the sa;
Further instruction is efeel nedr h P hi was well done. The ford.'ordsply
the speaking of French, Itaian and Andante Cantabile Symphonyagodam onbtte;i.
German, and these languages are, No. 6................Wito
jused in the daily life of the Villa.j Finale, Symphony No. 1.Y.... ieruneCh rc 2,Ap Wd
'The p r a g r a n is supplemented ( Velma Wachlin, '31. ITi aewsmr lSl I)
through the work of professors. and~ Following the recital a formal].1r- tse liitesoeidets h
other riepresentativ~e men from var- ception in the League building AltetdhaCiin te scoret rip ° si .>
ious parts of Europe, who conduct honored the guests of the sorority. , , nomldsuso ruso ai r~ t~
I ous questions pertaining to the Rcityon both ri; Itr wasa _'Iga2I
1problems and culture of their re- wt eUniversity o ow omeneatend hol thdwnxsoa ol cid i
1spective countries.icre lohn o oletdodChiIOnie a i ain hs ati'Pl
The study is completed by travel, $ Toledo.thnedinadadwrdot Pv'fom-
the first trioof several weeks being _______ ion plays. The Fp-'yin a-:; ri
to various parts of Italy; the see- hub nc he d bitvt,.c re 1 a todPit
ond, of a month to Austria, Czecho-. W A. A. at tne University of Iof thne floor at all time.
slovakia, Germany, France a n d Kansas holds classes of ballroom ------
Switzerland. In each city an op- dancing for both men and women Kappa 1 .ha Theta defau' s tc
poruntyis given to meet eminent evrwe. lhaEisln 'i
me.DALLAS-Mrs. Florence C. Floore#
The diverse lines of work are con- ofCeunzhsbnappitdo
verged through a week of study of the Texas state prison board follow- Ne SpigH i
the League of Nations at Geneva. ing years of work on prison reform. htra.
IThis is made possible by the aid of - d' oo r el m
the Director of the Geneva School'w .A tteunvriyo ii Ribbon or all straw.
of InternationalUnStudiesofbyllim-
ofIersntenlSeetuie, andolte nois holds inter-class volley bail] Mc Kinsey Ha Shop
erofteSceaitanoftepractices and gamnes as well as "27Soit 'aeSre
Committee on Intellectual Co-oper- basket ball gamnes -, ilsaeSre
ation. No similar course of study, _________________
pursued along the above lines and -_________-____
under similar conditions, is offered
to American students in Europe.
The study of sculpture, architec-
ture, painting and other arts as
one means of understanding the
culture and thought of various na-
tions is included in the curriculum.

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Members of the Women's Ath-
letic Association who wish to have
WV. A. A. points recorded are askeld
by Helen Moore, '3 lEd, point re-
oorIder, to come to the W. A. A. of-
'ice on the main floor of the League
:utding between 3 and 4 o'clock, on
Th i ursday afternoon.
T nactive members who have earn-
ctheir five points may also have
ti emicorded at this time.

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Ui fy halys;Qtortiw~customers have given her
;'.K-? t~. fr.vyt-rsjthas become necessary to
'intheilo~u~e Msffof yerbusiness.
147.sAlhe lu£'c4an experienced designer, who
a ~~v:Tu- ojyctd fvsdcighated her Detroit clientele,
bx ccph' a ejr.(If o r .d: £rhap with AMrs. Dickens.
'Fireyen'j~i- cia.-wJon ia:ucy 2, 9.3.1, under the
Iath t ° 7y Y14 s. Dickens hopes to better follow
theprcen w s set in serving the public in the
;~wt c'>>nia, stisactryway, and in creating in
try' _ cs Pairs : rodes gowans best spited to the
Lta in~Conns nd rousseaux a specialty.

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Business and professional womenf
in all parts of the nation will holdC
a national "share with others" day,'
Jan. 18, in order to aid the emer-
gency unemployment situation.

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January
Cleara
BEGINNING TODAY
OFFERS HUNDREDS OF MONEY
SAVING VALUES
In keeping with our policy to clear stocks during Jan-
uary in preparation for the coming season, we place
on sale starting Thursday, all of the remaining Winter
garments in our stock. All of the season's best styles
and fabrics are represented in the various groups and
this. sale, coming as it does with many more weeks of
Winter weather ahead, so now's the time to "fill in"
the empty spaces in your closet. Now's the time to
really realize that champagne taste in clothes with the
humblest "home brew" pocket book.
Coats, Dresses
Accessories

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