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Fascinating Formas
ARRIVING DAILY
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ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN
AIDS CHILD STUDENTS IN HOSPITAL
Teacher for Patients Supported, the Michigan organization has ap-
Books and Magazines for pointed a committee in charge of
Library Collected. the publicity. The committee is to
Iinclude: Miss Mable Van Kleek,
Through the work of their Hos- chairman of the Ann Arbor divi-
pital Education committee, the Ann sion, Miss Delawan, of the state
Arbor branch of the American As- publicity department at - Lansing,
sociation of University Women has and Mrs. W. R. Ferrar of Birming-
done much to help the school chil- ham, chairman of the A. A. U. W.
dren who are necessarily kept from state education department. They
their studies. aim to promote legislation in the

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Under Direction of Amy Loomis
Cast Has Been Rehearsing
Since Last Week.
72 MEMBERS IN CHORUS
Five: Choruses Rehearsed Last
Week With Dance Chairman
and Committee.
Eighteen women will have the
leading cast parts in "Came the
Dawn," the 1931 Junior Girls' Play.
There will be 90 women in the play,
including 72 members in the chor-
uses. The six leading characters
will be played by Helen Dooley,
Dorothy Felske, Esther La Rowe,
Mary Rich, Catherine Robinson,
and Mildred Todd.
Twelve Have Minor Roles.
The secondary cast parts will be
carried by Bertha Desenberg, Ger-
aldine Grover, Helen Haapamaki,
Margaret Healy, Katherine Kratz,
Suzanne McKinney, Emily Randall,

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Betty Johnson,
Who will reign as queen at the'
Los Angeles county winter sports
carnival to be held at Big Pines,
Cal., Jan. 30 to Feb. 1, inclusive.
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Martha Allen S c'ot t, Josephine UU1
Timberlake, Dorothea Torbeson,
Helen Van Loon, and Marie Westin.
Those in the cast who were se-
lected last week have been rehears-
ing since then under Amy Loomis, Emily White to be in Charget
who is directing the play. Choruses
havedbeen rehearsing for the same of Open Hour Dancing Class
length of time with the chairmen Next Semester.
of the dance committee, who arej --
training the various choruses this Orchesis, dancing society, will
year. hold an open meeting Wednesdayj
List Chorus Members. night, Feb. 18, in the Women's Ath-
Juniors who will take part in. letic building, for the purpose of;
choruses of "Came the Dawn" are: talking over progress for the re-'
Lynne Adams, Ruth Allison, Ada mainder of the year. Notices of the
Allman, Jean Anderson, Violet An- meeting are being sent to all wom-
sorge, May Ashley, AudreyBates, en who have indicated an interestl
Kathleen Blum, Frieda Boersig, in dancing.
Pauline Bowe, Burnette Bradley, Plans are being made to have
Florence Brady, Dorothy Brown, open hour dancing every Wednes-
Norma Brown, Frances Calvert, Eu- day night during the second se-
genie Chapel, Carolyn Cook, Mir- mester. Definite progress will be
iam Cortright, Beatrix Culver, Nan- made each time, and in order to
ette Dembitz, and Jean DuBois. accomplish any end, attendance
Hilda Eastcott, Margaret Eggert, every Wednesday should not be in-
Beatrice Ehrlich, Sallie Ensminger, terrupted by absence, according to
Alice Evans, Helen Finnegan, Cora Miss Emily V. White, of the physi-
Freed, Janice Gillette, Hortense cal education faculty, who is in
Gooding, Hilda Harris, Helen Hawx- charge of the classes.
hurst, Helen Hilgemann, Geraldine Marion Heald, 33, manager of
Hosner, Marjorie Hunt, Mary Bess dancing on the Women's Athletic
Irwin, Alice Keegalin, Helen Kitz- Association board, is working with
miller, Annabelle Largess, Clara Miss White to make the new plan
Jean Leith, Mary McCall, Ruth Mc- effective. Any women students who
Intosh, Dorothy Magee, Geraldine have not indicated their interest in
Megaro, Roberta Minter, Margaret dancing are asked to communicate
Moon, and, Ruth Morrison. with Miss White, Miss Heald, or
Other members of the choruses Miss Marie Hartwig, of the physical
are Louise Nagelvoore, Maxine No- education faculty.
wak, Virginia Olds, Phyllis Orn-
stein, Lois Peoples, Jean Perrin, Regent Cram to Hold
Margaret Reed, Ellen Reeves, Polly Fit f e T d
Richards, Eleanor Robson, L o i s Frst o eas oday
Sandler, Hazel Saul, Mary Shields, Regent Esther Marsh Cram, of
Betty Smith, Anna Lyle Spain, the University Board of Regents,
Hatie Supe, Irene Thomas, Mar-will receive today at the first of a
garet Thompson, Helen Townsend,
Eleanor Walkinshaw, Ruth Walser, serie fateas wc he isityn
Mary White, LaVerne Weigel, Vir- for the faculty of the University,
ginia Wolf, and Gwendolyn Zoller, , students, and towns-
WillHono Senor Wmen. people.
Will Honor Senior Women. The tea will be given this after-
"Came the Dawn" will be pre- noon in the Grand Rapids room
sented in March,im honor of the of the League building. Mrs. W.L.
women of the class of 1931. Ac- Henderson and Dr. Margaret Bell
cording to tradition, the Senior will assist Mrs. Cram.
supper precedes the first perfor-_
mance of the Play, at which time
the seniors wear their caps and
gowns for the first time. -

Fast Game.
Kappa Kappa Gamma with usual 3
good playing took a comparatively'
easy victory from Sigma Kappa
yesterday afternoon by a score of
23 to 10. The Sigma Kappas put]I
up a good firghit but were no match
for the speed and strength of the
Kappas. The forwards on the Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma team were ex-
cellent shots making a basket near- I
ly every time the ball was given to
them. Pauline Brooks, '34, and An- )
nette Cummings, '33, played in the
forward positions.
There was considerable fouling
on both teams. It was a fast game
but there was no wild playing, the
Kappas being able to combine speed
and deliberate placing of shots. The
lineup for the Kappa Team was )
Katherine B r o o k, '31, Pauline
Brooks, '34, Annette Cummings, '33,
Mary Ayres, '31 Katherine Badger,
'31, and Grace Mayer, '34. The line-
up for the Sigma Kappa team was
Margaret Stahl, '31, Hazel Saul, '33,
Helen Moore, '31, Emily Seymour,
Dorothy Shopland, and Ann Rob-
inson.
Jordan 1 defeated League 2 in a
fast, well contested game by the
score of 25 to 11. There was excel-
lent teamwork shown among the
forwards on the Jordan team but
the passing was wild at times. A
number of fouls were called on the
Jordan team but the League team
was not able to take advantage of
the fact, missing a number of tries
for baskets. The players on Leaguo
2 were Lorraine Larson, '32, Helen
Kempski, '32, Helen Townsend, '32,
Dora Bedford, '33, Jean Milne, '32,
and Leah Reisbig, '32. The Jordan
1 team was composed of Helen
Brenner, '33, Charlotte Johnson,
'34, Esther La Rowe, '32, Alta Place,
'34, and Dorothy Davidson, '33.
ANNOUN
the change of address of the Observat
Trust Co. on Main and Huron, un
Shoppe, Room 301.
MISS FRANCIS WIEMER

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help of the children is the support
of a teacherin the hospital, a good
collection of books and magazines
to add to the hospital library, and
many different types of amusing
games.
In order to further this move-
ment in hospitals df other states

state to encourage statutes which
will provide money for paying the
teachers inrthe hospitalseduca-
tional systems. They will also at-
tempt to raise funds to provide for
such measures until such legisla-
tion is put into effect. In the in-
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