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ROUND ROBIN ENDS
S SIX TEA
IN EASY VICTORIES
Mosher Defeats Jordan 1 to 0;
Betsy Barbour Downed by
Zeta Tau Alpha.
DELTA ETA DEFAULTS
Pi Phi Beats Chi Omega, 6 to 1,
While Alpha Phi Bows to
Gamma Phi Beta.
Fourteen teams played off the
last games of the round robin Wed-
nesday afternoon in the intramur-
al hockey tournament. The winning'
teams will now enter the straight
elimination.
At 4 o'clock Mosher Hall defeated
Jordan Hall, 1 to 0 in a very good,
fast game. Roselynn Caley, '32,
made the point for Mosher Hall.
Zeta Tau Alpha defeated Betsy Bar-
bour, 6 to 0. It was a very one-
sided game as can be seen by the
score. Dorothea Boger, '33, made
most of the points for Zeta Tau
Alpha. Helen Newberry defeated
Alpha Omicron Pi, 4 to 0. Lydia
Seymour, '34, made most of the
points for Helen Newberry.
At 5 o'clock Gamma Phi Beta
defeated Alpha Phi, 2 to 1. Ruth
Colby, '34, and Kay Murphy, '32,
made the two points for Gamma
Phi Beta. Sally King, '34, made the
point for Alpha Phi. Alpha Xi Delta
defeated Delta Delta Delta, 3 to
0. Jean Botsford, '33, and Irene
Thomas, '33, made the three points
for Alpha Xi Delta.
Kappa Wins by Default.
Pi Beta Phi defeated Chi Omega,
6 to 1. Rosa Martindale, '34, Mar-
garet Martindale, '34, and Doris
Gimmey, '32, made the points for
Pi Beta Phi. Delta' Zeta defaulted
to Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Prof. Martin Sprengling of the
University of Chicago believes that,
a bedouin foreman of a mine,
working for the Egyptians in the
half-century between 1850-1800 B.
C., first used the characters which
have developed into the modern
The Co-ed Clubs at the Univer-
sity of Kansas for non-sorority
women willjponsor a series of so-
cial events including tea dances,
mixed parties, dinners, waffle sup-
pers and bridge parties.
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ChairmenName Commit e3embers
Completing Dormitory rgarnization
With the appointment of mem- Dorot.hy Ann Brockman, '34, and
bers to the various committees the Helcn Young. '35.
house organization of Mosher Jor- Jane Mitchell, '32, is the chair-
dan halls is now completed. The man of the .social committee. She
chairmen of these committees were is assisted by Margaret Willman,
I selected at the last House Council '32, Mary Griffing, '32, Lillian Mas-
meetings in each hall.. in, '32, Josephine Work, '32, Eliza-
In Mosher hall the scholarhe ipUoRkh Ediza-
committee consists o Evelyn Bull, beth Utter, '32, Polly Richards, '32,
'32Ed, chairman; Martha Boehmer, Barbara Rose, '34, Margaret Beck-'
'32, Sylvia Goldstein, '32, Helen ett, '34, Edna Houck, '34, Dorothy
Dunkirk, '33, Marabel Smith, '34, Seems, '35, Carol DeBoos, '35, and
Dorothy Goldsmith, '35, and Jane Pe;gy Du,-an, '35.
Robinson, '35.
The social committee includes Margaret Hai, '33, is the chair-
Norma Brown, '32, chairman; Avis t an of the health committee.{
Pitts, '33, Miriam Keller, '33, Lenore Those assisting her are Janet Carn-
LeGendre, '34, Mary Phillips, '34, cross, '32, Ethel Howard, '35, Helen
a d Dorothy Middlebrook, '35. Neel, '33, Carolyn Hankey, '34, andt
The library committee has as its Marie Bachman, grad.
chairman Elizabeth Hohnberg, '32. The athletics committee has as
Those who assist her are Roselynn its chairman Dorothy Davison, '34.
Caley, '32Ed, Idaruth Petterson, '32, Her assistants are Amy Barton, '34,
E'Dora Morton, '34, and Rebecca Flo enee Bonesteel, '33, H e l e n
Olsen, '35. Brenner, '33, and Ada Roach, '33.t
The dramatics committee com- Harriett Schiele, '33, is in charget
prisds Lois- Benson, '32, chairman; of the music committee. Margaret
Palmer Vanderberg, '32, Kathleen Hertrick, '35, Alma Wadsworth, '34,
Lockhart, '33, Dorothy Davis, '33 Alice Niederstadt, '32, and Jeanettet
Elizabeth Gray, '33, and Ann Eliza- Albracht, '34, are the members of
beth Mendenhall, '35. this committee.t
The music committee is under
the control of Avis Pitts, '33. Her Engage Camp Takomat
assistants are Louise Crandall, '34, for ChibHouse party
Helen Rowe, '35, Eleanor Heath, '35,'rp t
and Mary Jane Pattison, '34. '
Glendora Gosling, '33, is the A house party, which is sponsoredm
chairman of the athletics commit-- by the Physical Education Club, will
tee. She is assisted by Laura Som- be held at the Y. W. C. A. camp, att
mers, '34, Kathleen Lockhart, '33, Camp Takoma near Chelsea, this
Charlotte Johnson, '34, and Bar- week-end. The members of the Phy-
bara Sutherland, '34. sical Education Club and faculty
In Jordan hall the scholarship members of the Physical Education
committee consists of Catherne department will leave Saturday
Bennett, grad., chairman; Carolyn morning and return Sunday after-
Hart, grad., Thelma Meyer, '32, noon or evening.

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All Sophomore Women Urged Alpha Delta Pi.
by Cmmitee o AsistAlpha Delta Pi had a rushing
by Committee to Assist party last evening for four guests.
With Program. Yellow and green were used in the
color scheme. Miss June Slotte at-'
Try-outs for the Sophomore Cab- tended the Michigan-Illinois game
area will be held from 3 to 6 o'clock last week-end. Miss Mary Engler
on r a anl hed fromn 3ayo ato'heo kwill be a house-guest this week-end.I
on Friday and Monday at the Alpha Gamma Delta.
League. Assisting the entertain- Alpha Gamma Delta had a fac-
ment committee in judging the ulty dinner Wednesday evening..
try-outs will be Miss Ethel McCor- Hallowe'en decorations were used,
try-ckt, aiso to Etheentrl Mcom- and the presence of pumpkins, and
mick, advisor to the central com- autumn leaves and orange candlesl
mittee of the Cabaret, and Miss added atmosphere to the occasion.
Marie Hartwig. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Members of the entertainment Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
committee as named by Phyllis Marckwarvt, Mr. and Mrs., Lewis
Swift, are Helen Clarke, Mary Ster- Keller, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Kenyon,
ling; Frances Manchester, Dorothy Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Hall, Mr. and
Ann Williams, and Ruth Lovejoy. Mrs. Fred F. Dunham, Dr. and Mrs.
All women in the sophomore clasy Arthur Aiten, Dr. and Mrs. James
are invited by the committee to try B. Edmundson.
out. No dancing experience is nec- A rushing dinner was given Tues-
essary. Those who wish to do so day night for four guests. White
may wear costumes and do organ- chrysanthemums and green tapers
ized dances, but this is not requir- were used in decorations. Several
ed. Those not interested in danc- members attended the out-of-town
ing are encouraged to attend try- game last week-end; Miss Alice
outs and sing or, play instruments. Schleh, Miss Evelyn Wolford, Miss
"Judging from the interest and Ruth Neville, Miss Reta Pearl Mac-
cooperation in the Freshmen Page- Omber.
ant last year," said Phyllis Swift, Alpha Omicron Pi.
chairman of the entertainment Alpha Omicron Pi had a tea on
committee, "we are expecting the Tuesday in honor of their pledges.
Sophomore ,Cabaret to be not only A tea will be given this afternoon
one of the best entertainments giv- in honor of Mrs. Behymer, their new
en this year, but also one of the chaperon. All the house presidents
most representative." and chaperons of sororities and

league houses are to attend. Pat-
ronesses and alumnae will also be
present. Mrs. Underdown will pour.
Alpha Xi Delta.
Alpha Xi Delta held initiation
Sunday for four women; Miss Ruth
Miller, '32, of Grand Rapids, Michi-
gan; Miss Anna Ratliss, '32, of
Winchester, Kentucky; Miss Doro-
thy Van Riper, '34, of Champion,
Michigan; Miss Hilda Kurtz, '34, of
Ann Arbor. Mrs. Gene Artz, province
president and Mrs. Cecily Davis of
Detroit, vice-president of the prov-
ince were both present at the cere-
mony. Mrs. Margaret Hoffman of
Detroit, and Miss Ruth Keaton, of
Detroit, alumnae members, were
here for the week-end.
Kappa Alpha Theta..
Kappa Alpha Theta will hold its
formal initiation and banquet Sat-
urday night. Those taking the vows
are: Margaret Kendrick, '33, Port
Huron; Ruth Hickman, '34, Buffalo;
Virginia Lane, '34, Detroit; and
Cathryn Fitzpatrick, '33, of Grand
Rapids.

DolLs of Yellow, Blue, Jersey,
Are Attractive for
Decorations.
Attractive yellow and blue jer-
sey dolls which can be used as dec-
orations for rooms are being sold
by the League for the benefit of
the Undergraduate Campaign fund,
according to Katherine Koch, '32,
president of the League.
"The dolls are really very unusu-
al," stated Miss Koch. "They can
be used as decorations, may be.car-
ried to football games, and would
be very suitable for bridge prize'
or gifts."
The dolls are priced at one dol-
lar, and may be obtained in the un-
dergraduate office of the League.
After Friday, they will also be
available at the candy booth. Ed-
wina Jenney, '32, chairman- of the
committee, is in charge of the sale.
As the number is limited, it is ad-
visable to procure them soon.

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BEAUTY SHOP

Every Monday, Tuesday and'
offer a Manicure for 25c with
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Wednesday we
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Today Through

Saturday

All "Jiffy Dresses"
These chfaming knit dresses with the flattering elastic waist
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Here is a, chance to obtain two or three of them at pre-
viously unheard of prices.

$4.50 values

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All hats priced reg-
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