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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1931

THlE MIIIAN

DAILY

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Intramural

Basketball

Championship

KAPPAS DEFETEFRESHMAN AND
WIN FINALLLOUNDBY
SCORE Of 25 TO012

GRADUATE STUDENT
1932 CLASS FUNCTION

11011EWOMEN ARTISTS EXHIBIT ORIGINAL D A NC E CHORUSES
WORK IN NEW YORK AND CHICAGO REHEARSEFEB. 16
Ncw Medium of Art Expressed note of Modernism. Hers is the I Choruses A, B, and E to Hok
by Hilla Rebay Now boldest of b o 1 d conceptions. In Short Meetings.
none of her work do we find the
on Display. usual sentimentality which accom- Choruses A, B, and E, ;f "Came
Frances Peck, SM to Give First panics many of the artistic at- the Dawn" will meet Monday, Feb.
Graduation Recital in cie oiliy ' pestempts to catch the essence of the 16, the first day of the new semes-
Theatre provocative originality express- Negro people. And yet for all of ter, in the Committee room at the
LeagueT re-Ied i the work of Hilla Rebay who her matter of factness the artist League building.
is now exhibiting at the Wilden-- does not let the lyrical crooning ChouAiig. t t4 'lok
Frances Peck, '31, will be the first stein aileriesthas taken the Nelak ce escape h Chorus A will meet at 4 o'clock
student on the campus to give her York art world quite unprepared in tcrzetation. rus at 5 oclock Ban the
graduation recital in the Lydia during this past week. This Ger- One of the most revealing pieces meetings are for so short a time
Mendelssohn Theatre. She will pre- an artist achieves her best work exhibited in this display is that of the chairmen of the dance commit
ithe strange medium of bright teOdngo n'ysae n the chair eoe antcommitc
sent a program of piano numbers scaso ae ihapi fsi-the old negro mamy seated on the tee ask tnat cevone in t h e s c
in a recital which will begin at 4:15 sors in hand Miss Rebay can snipourch of a rambling red shack. In groups be on time.
this afternoon. Miss Peck is a piano out pictures whose composition and phis Miss Blackshear has been sue-
pupil of Mrs. Maude Okleberg and vital patterns challenge any of the and gay pseudo-stoicism which is WANT ADS PAY!
this recital will conclude her study usual wielders of the brush.
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Fast Playing, Excellent
And Good Guarding D
onrdan Team-

Passes
Mark

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40 TEAMS IN TOURNEY
Kappas Unable to Withstand
Well Organized Attack
of Forwards.

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Jordan 1 beat Kappa Kappa
Gamma by a score of 25 to 12 in
the championlship round-of the in-
tramural basketball tournament
played yesterday afternoon in Bar-
bour Gymnasium. The Kappas put
S up a strong defense but were not
able to withstand the well organ-
dzed attack of the Jordan team.
Excellent and fast passing on the
forward line of the Jordan team
baffled the Kappa guards.
Fast Passing Wins Game.
The Kappas were not as fast as
their opponents, the forwards be-
ing covered before they could make
a getaway with the ball. Besides
an excellent passing attack and
close guarding the Jordan center
was able to get the jump on the
Kappa each time and the ball was
kept in the Jordan territory a good
part of the game.
It was an open game few fouls
being called. The Jordan forwards
were not as good shots from a dis-
tance as. the Kappas were but were
successful in nearly every attempt
for a basket when shooting at close
range. The Kappa forwards in the
elimination series had been excep-
tionally'god shots but in speeding
up their game to meet the fast
attack had to sacrifice their ac-
curacy.
Jordans Take Lead From Start.
From the start of the game the
Jordans were able to go right
through the' Kappa team. At the
first quarter the score was 8 to 2.
At the half it was 16 to 8 still in
favor of the Jordan team. After the
half both teams tightened their de-
fense and only two points were
made in the third quarter, making
of the final quarter the Jordans
the score 17 to 9. With the start
consistently piled up a winning
score.
The lineup for the Jordan team 1
was Helen Brenner, '33, Charlotte
Johnson '34, Esther La Rowe '32.
Margaret Friederick '32, and Doro-
thy Davidson '33. The line up for
the Kappa Kappa Gamma team
was Pauline Brooks, '34, Margaret
Eaman, '31, Annette Cummings, '33'
Mray Ayres, '31, Kathleen Badger,
'31, and Grace Mayer, '34.
WOMEN SPONSOR SUPPER
The Young Women's Christian
Association of the University of
Oregon recently sponsored an in-
formal supper as a get-together
f or sophomore women. Several
dance and"song numbers featured
the entertainment.

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Louise XcKay, °34, Mary Ward Chase, '30,
Will be co-leaders of the 1932 J-Hop, Friday night, Feb. 13. Miss
McKay, of Carleroi, Pa., will lead one line of the grand march with
Kenneth McCallum, general chairman of this year's junior class dance.
Miss Chase, of Toledo, Ohio, with her partner, George Bradley, '32L, of
Toledo, Ohio, who is vice-chairman of the University's most brilliant
class function, is to lead the other line of the grand march in forming
the traditional "M". Miss Chase during her senior year was women's

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at the School of Music.
The program will consist of Bach's t
Prelude and Fugue in C. Sharpn
Minor, Brahms' Intermezzo, and t
Capriccio, Tambourin and Elegie,c
by Rameau-Godosky, and Beetho- i
ven's Thirty-two Variations on a h
Theme in C Minor. Further selec- c
tions will include Fairy Tale, by
Mediner, Etude, by Scriabine, Ois-_
eaux Tristes, by Ravel, and Manoel p
Infante's ElVito. I
Miss Peck's program will be the d
first of the student program seriest
which will be given at the Lydia'
Mendelssohn Theatre for the music v
students' graduation.;

business manager of

the Michigan Daily.

IHS GPB'Designer of Enterprise' Believes Women
Are as Skillful as Men in Art of Sailingn
iby M. 'B.-'33., but unfortunately, there is not so.'
A formal conversation with W. much opportunity for women tog
Starling Burgess is out of the ques- participate in this field. They makeV
University Group Will Give FirsttinHehsaagebldsc- excellent sailors in the smaller
tion. He has an agreeably dsmal-l.er
Radio Program Tomorrow certing habit of changing the sub- classes of sloops, and it is in thi
Night at 7:30. ject abruptly, or of giving the topic type of races that women are
under consideration such a new and usually found." Mr. Burgess then
University Girls' Glee club, under ovel twist that it is almost un- began to expound the beauties of
recognizable. te New England coast, and then,
the direction of Miss Nora Crane,
Mr. Burgess loves the sea. His dipped into the subject of the baby
Hunt, of the School of Music fac eyes have the far seeing look of seals which a Portland woman used
ulty, will broadcast for the first sea-faring men. In view of the fact to sell as pets:
time this year at 7:30 o'clock to- that he designed the "Enterprise," They're as nice to have around
morrow night over station WJR on which carried off the honors in the the house as dogs," he said,cand
then elaborated on the topic of
the University program. International trophy race this sum- Swinburne's poetry. The eccentri-
Their concert will consist of theaer fatr avede cities of Gar Wood, the probabilities
following selections: signed and built boats for the of Betty Carstairs entering into
Lullaby ................... Brahmsj d International Cup competition, andI
Slumber Song.. ..'.... . ..Gavarrt greater part of their lives, this is i a brief consideration of the merits
Evening Prayer in Brittainy..... not to be wondered at. .. of the University's English depart
. Chaminade The view from the Engeering ment ended the conversation on a
_Night Son ..... Chamarch is not particularly conducive
Niht on ................Lester to inspiring thoughts, but when Mr. ___hrbeatles note-_
La .. . ..Atqu.e Carmina..... Stanleyr Burgess fastened his eyes on the
The Yellow and Blue.......Gailycluttered up horizon, and talked ofPERMANENTS
Will o' the Wisp...........Spross the sea and of boats, the atmos- P R A E T
Will Glethe uis also . l... ing o phere itself seemed to acquire a
give a bridge party in the ballroom salty tang, and one looked for sea,$4,$6,$8
of the League building shortly after gulls wheeling above the Library.
the beginning of the second semes- "Women are as good at this Service with $6 and $8 Waves
ter. The definite date has not been sailing business as men," he said in Oil Shampoo for Dand-
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It is a mistake for her to at-Igro's character.
empt anything outside of her self-
made medium; for as is shown by
the group of pencil and paint sket- Physical Education
ches which, are hung in an adjoin- S d
ng room she fumbles and gropes tudents ust y
her way when she is not literally;
cutting out her compositions.ke
Difficulties which would challenge
even the medium of brush and Every student who expects credit
paint such as the accomplishments in this year's physical education
of clean-cut lines and swift running work must pay her locker fee be-
designs are entirely under her mas- fore the end of the semester. Dr.
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paper art work which are far di-1 after it was found that over 200
vorced from the poster type of j women who are taking physical ed-
creation and which reaches a truly ucation had not bought their locker
artistic personality. tickets, but were either using a
Chicago's art circles are also be- locker with someone else, or getting
ing brought to altertness through along without one.
an exhibit offered by another wo- Late Thursday afternoon Mrs.
man artist, Miss Kathleen Black- Blackburn reported that there were
shear. In the group of paintings still about 198 women who had not
which she displays at the Studio I reported their locker tickets. Since
gallery although there are some today is the last school day, it will
which do not portray the negro life be necessary for everyone who has
of which Miss Blackshear is such not yet tended to her locker fee, to
an excellent exponent, they are pay the sum at the Treasurer's of-
predominautly of that subject. flce and report her ticket to Mrs.
Miss Blackshear's art hits a high Blackburn.
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