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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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INTEROLLEIATETREASURER CHOSEN I. NEW~QS
HIFLE Committee Will Arrange Plans --
RIL OM E TO C rn Srrit, Exchan e Schedule of Today's Games.

Candidates Will be Selected at
End of Semester for
Regular Team.
TRYOUTS ARE WELCOME
First Four Matches Will be Shot
Simultaneously on
Feb. 28.

Shooting telegraphic matches, the '
Michigan woman's rifle team wili
begin its intercollegiate competitionI
on February 28. There are nineteen
teams on the schedule and Ruth
Hassinger, director of Intramural
Sports, has sent out nine additional
challenges.a
The first four matches, which will
be shot simultaneously on February
28, are with ,Louisiana State Uni.- -
versity, the University of South Da- ! Leopoidin Blaine Damrosch,
kota, Kansas State Agricultural Col- Daughter of Walter Damrosch,
lege, and the University of Mary- well-known musician and orchestra
land. The Michigan women will conductor, who was married in New
compete against the University of York City, Jan. 10, to Sidney How-
Wyoming, the University of Maine, ard, author and playwright.
the University of Idaho, and Keene
Normal School, Keene, New Hamp-
shire, on March 7, and South Da-L
kota State College, DePauw Univer-r
sity, Greencastle, Indiana, Sta
College of Washington, and Carne-,
gie Institute of Technology, Pitts-I
burgh, Pennsylvania, on March 14.4
The matches scheduled for March-
21 are with Michigan State College, Mr. Otto Haizley's Talk Takes
Northwestern University, the Uni-
versity of Missouri, and the Uni-' Form of Imaginary
versity of Nebraska; on March 28 Interview.
the competitions will be against the -
University of Kansas, the Univer- In the form of a model interview
sity of Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, Mr. Otto Hailey, superintendent of
and the University of Kentucky. Ann Arbor schools addressed the
Team Boasts Winning Record. members of the Women's Educa-
Last year, the team won nine out'M d
of the fifteen matches it shot and tonal Club Monday evening.
one match was tied. Considering What makes a good teacher was
the schools that the team will meet the main subject of his talk. Mr.
this year that it encountered last, Haizley brought out his points by
it lost to Louisiana State, won from answering the questions which were
the University of South Dakota, lost addressed to him by Helen Hal-
to the University of Maryland, beat breck who took the part of a can-
the University of Wyoming and didate applying for a teacher's po-
Keene Normal School, beat South sition.
Dakota State College, State College That the candidate should be
of Washington, and Carnegie In- confident of herself was one of the
stitute, tied with Michigan State, p o i n t s stressed. The applicant
defeated the University of Nebras- should have clearly in mind what
ka, and lost to the University of she has to sell and she should not
Missouri. Of the teams to be met give any qualities which are not
March 28,, Michigan beat the Uni- hers.
versity of Kansas and lost to Wich- This talk was one of the series
ita. of programs which is given each

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Dinners.
Election of Lois Sandler, '32, to
the office of treasurer of the Pan-
H~ellenic association was held at a
meeting of the organization yester-
day afternoon in the League Cave.
Miss Sandler will succeed Miriam
Highley, '32, who is leaving for a
Mediterranean cruise, and she will
serve in this capacity until the elec-
tion of a new executive board early
next semester.
At the same time, a committee
was chosen to arrange a schedule
for the series of exchange dinners
which will take place in the near
future. A plan of sending members
of the different classes in the so-
rorities to dinners inthe various
houses has been evolved, and while
it has never before been carried out
on this campus, it is expected to
promote inter-sorority friendliness.
If the idea succeeds, a more elabo-
rate schedule will be worked out, in
order that it may be accomplished
on a larger scale.

4 o'clock--Alpha Chi Omega vs. Pi
Beta Phi.
Chi Omega vs. Gamma Phi Beta.
5 o'clock-Kappa Kappa Gamma
vs. Martha Cook.
Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Adelial
Cheever.
Results of Tuesday's Games.
Jordan Hall 17, Delta Delta Delta 3.
The Jordan team played an ex-
ceptionally fine game yesterday.l
They had a well organized defenceI
and completely outplayed the Tri-I
Delts. It was a fast game marked
by good guarding. With this vic-
tory the Jordan team is now eligible'
for the elimination series, which
will begin next week.
League 2, 21, Betsy Barbour
House, 15.
League 2 is now in thc elimina-
tion series also by defeating Betsy
Barbour in a hard fought game
yesterday afternoon. Betsy Barbour
put up a good fight and it was a
close game throughout the entire
play. However Betsy Barbour lack-
ed forwards and the three forwards
on the League team were very good
players.
Alpha Phi Defaults To Helen
Newberry.
Through this default Helen New-
berry will be eligible for the last
round of games next week to deter-
mine the intramural championship

SORORITIES GIVE PRECEDENCE TO I
DANCES, FORMAL FACULTY DINNERS
Entertainments Will be Formal gene Bower and Mrs. Elsie Doggett.
as Well as Informal Kappa Delta are entertaining
This Week-end. their pledges on Saturday night at
an informal party. Cards and danc-~
Dances and formal faculty din- ing will be enjoyed during the eve-
ners seem to be the most popular ning, and refreshments will be serv-'
form of social activity in the sor- ed afterwards.
orities this week. Small, informal Theta Phi Alpha are honoring
affairs, and larger formal dances the following members of the fac-
are both scheduled for the week- ulty of the Architectural School atl
end, while mid-week entertainment dinner tomorrow night: Prof. EmilI
takes the form of formal dinners Lorch and Mrs. Lorch. Prof. Her-
for members of the faculty. bert A. Fowler and Mrs. Fowler,
Delta Gamma are giving a formal Prof. Frederick C. O'Dell and Mrs.
dinner-party tonight in honor of O'Dell, Prof. Walter V. Marshall
the following members of the fac- and Mrs. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs.
ulty: Dean Wilber R. Humphreys Ross T. Bittinger, Mr. Walter Gores,
and Mrs. Humphreys, Prof. Arthur and Mr. William C. Titcomb.
E. Wood and Mrs. Wood, Prof. Rob- Phi Sigma Sigma wish to an-
ert C. Angell and Mrs. Angell, Prof. nounce the pledging of Laura Leb-
James K. Pollock and Mrs. Pollock, ster, '32, of Flint, Mich. Phi Sigma
and Prof. Stanley D. Dodge. Delta Sigma entertained Miss Miriam
Gamma entertained seven rushees Olden, of Los Angeles, Cal., an
at dinner last night. Boquets of alumnae of the local chapter of
flowers and tall tapers were used to the sorority as a house guests dux-
decorate the small tables at which ing the early part of this week.
the guests were seated. Delta Delta Delta are giving a
Alpha Delta Pi are also giving rushing dinner for eight guests to-
a formal faculty dinner tonight. night.

TRIANGLE LEAGUE
MEETS AT Y. W. C. A.
Practice Classes in Etiquette
and Practical Law
Follow Dinner.
Last night the new Blue Triangle
League which has just been organ-
ized held its second meeting at the
Y.W.C.A. building. Previous to the
meeting the members had dinner
at 6 o'clock. After the meeting two
classes were held, one in practical
law, and the other in "my lady en-
tertains."
The Social Study Club will hold
luncheon this noon at the Y.W.C.A.
After the luncheon Mrs. H. E.
Wright will give a book review.
The University Daily Kansan, the
newspaper of the University of
Kansas, is carrying on a campaign
to have the ping-pong and bridge
tables in the Union Building made
available to the women as well as
men.
Unusual Dresses
THE APPAREL STUDIO
1328 Geddes Dial 2-2310

CALENDAR
Wednesday
3:00-Music Committee, Jun-
ior Girls' Play, W. A. A. Office,
League building.
8:00-University Girls' G le e
Club, League committee room.
8:00-Studio Club, Russian Tea
room, League building.
Thursday
3:00--Program c o m m i t t e e,
Junior Girls' Play, League build-
ing, Concourse.
7:30-Freshman Girls' Gl e e
Club, League building.
7:30-Iota Sigma Pi, League
building.
7:45-Black Quill, L e a g u e
cave.
Friday
4:00-Women's League party,
League ball room.

The guests will be Prof. Wesley H.
Maurer and Mrs. Maurer, Prof.
I Henry C. Hutchins and Mrs. Hut-
chins, Prof. L. M. Aich and Mrs.
Aich, Miss Ruth E. Butler, Prof.
Warren E. Blake, Prof. Joe Zands-
tra, and Mr. Roy J. Burroughs. On
I Friday night the active members
of Alpha Delta Pi are giving a for-
mal dance for their pledges. Dr.
Carl J. Coe and Mrs. Coe, Dr. John
- F. Shepard and Mrs. Shepard, and
t Mrs. Josephine Tinsley are to act
- as chaperons.E
. Kappa Kappa Gamma are giving

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Helen Wilson, '31, was recently
appointed senior manager for the
interclass basketball team. The in-
terclass season will open at the
close of the intramural tournament
next week.
WANT ADS PAY!

an informal dance at the chapter
house on Saturday night. The
chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Eu-

DR. SCH URZ
DENTIST
Formerly of State St. is now lo-
cated at 606 First Nat'l. Bank
S Bldg.
PHONE 6335

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ravishing---and very different
are the New Fashons
for the Sring Semester
"'-different" is just what we mean . . . a glorious new note to every-
thing it would seem . . . clothes that anticipate every need of the smart
collegienne and her budget!

The nine challenges that have months.
not yet received response were to for ther
the University of Illinois, University
of Indiana, Knox College, Univer- Amer
sity of Southern California, the
University of California, Purdue, WoM
Syracuse, Pennsylvania State, and State
the University of Cincinnati.
Squad Lacks Experience. Ameri
Ten women will be selected at the in Y. W
end of this semester for the regular ropean:
team; each of these will shoot one Anne C
target from the prone position in World S
each match and the five highest Women's
scores will be counted. Although al- cause t
most all of the women on the squad ' zers, the
have had some practice previous to are pers
this year, only one of them, Eleanor MissC
Kimball, was on the Michigan team turnedf
of last year and only two women Czechos
have shot on teams of other univer- amount
sities. Adria Parks, one of these ( country
transfers, is captain. ized by
Try-outs, including freshmen, are of onet
still welcome, according to Miss of prese
Hassinger. Practice periods are presider
from four to six on Tuesday, Wed- Y. W. C
nesday, and Thursday, in the Wom- an actix
en's Athletic building. Captain A.I
B. Custi, of the R. 0. T. C. is acting----T
as coach. - j TYI
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The second daughter of the late All make
President Roosevelt, Mrs. Richard Our equi
Derby of New York, is chairman of s o 1Ie !
the medical committee which work- among t
ed on a report issued to the nation- of twenty
al crime commission on the codifi-
cation of psychiatric practices in 0
court. 1314 Soutl

Plans are being made now
next entertainment.
ricans Lead Other
en as Organizers,
s Anne Caldwell
can women are trail blazers
. C. A. work for their Eu-
sisters, according to Miss
aldwell, secretary of the
ervice council of the Young
s Christian association, be-
hey are naturally organi-
ey are democratic, and they
istent.
Caldwell, who has just re-
from a seven year's visit in
lovakia, remarked on the
of progress made in that
by the small group organ-
American women. The wife
of the foremost diplomats,
ent-day Europe is the new
at of the Czechoslovakian
. A. and Princess Ileana is
ve worker in Rumania.
PEWRITER
PAIRING
es of machines.
ipment and per-
are considered F
ie best in the State. The result
:y years' careful building.
. D. MORRILL
th State St. Phone 66151

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Bright Silks
$16.75 to $25
Becoming frocks in b r i g h t
colors to wear under dark
winter coats.

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Prits
$16.75 to $25
Very, very smart for .mid-se-
son wear . . . with their bright
flowers on dark grounds.

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Light Woolens
$16.75 to $25
Light and bright colored wool-
ens are new. They are light in
weight.

And voici-here it is-a sale of ex-
quisite underthings of satin, crepe de
chine, and glove silk which might have
come right from the Rue de Rivoli, and
would be a real extravagance at any
other price. The alencon lace,: as a
matter of fact, is imported and makes
of prosaic underthings garments fit for
a princess. In black, white and pastel
shades.
* :"Usually would be
3.50 to 12.00
$2.49
{ $5.95
Pajama
$4.95
a\ j
2.49
-K-
$2.49
Glove
Sil
Bloomersr
$1.25
Com-
bination
$2.49
Gown
$4.95
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