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PLAYAUTHOR

VARPIETY OFiOOHS
Vinselle Bartlett, '33, Chairman,
Outlines Plans for
Entertainment.
TO BE HELD THIS WEEK

SOCIETY
Mosher Jordan.

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Winning Manuscript Selected 6
From Ten Plays; Activity
Points to Be Given.
TO BE GIVEN IN MARCH
Decision Made by Comnmiitee, 0.
J. Campbell, Director, 4
And Dean Lloyd.
Margaret O'Brien was named au-
thor of the play which has b cn1
accepted by the central committee
of the Junior Girls' Play at a meet- .
ing yesterday. Mary Barnett was Margaret O'Brien, 733, author of
elected to replace Miss O'Brien who the winning manuscript for the
held the position of assistant chair- 1 3, Junior Girls' Play Whose play
was selected from nine other s which
man. were submitted.
Decision on the winning play was
made by the central committee, O. CHEMISTR Y GROUP
J. Campbell, of the English depart-
ment, Mis Harriet Brasier, director VISITS AT COLLEGE'
of the play, and Alice Lloyd, dean
of women. Iota Sina Phi Takes Tripto
The manuscript which has been a P T T t
selected deals with campus life 'but Sanitarium.
it will be treated differently from'
any other Junior Girls' play which Last Saturday afternoon the
has been produced. It will be given members of the Phosphorous chp-
sometime in March. ter of Iota Sigma Phi; nationalI
Ten Plays Submitted.
Ten plays were submitted to the honorary chemistry sorority, went
committee. The women who wrote to Battle Creek as guests of Dr.
them are Josephine H. Stern, Clare Helen Mitchell of the Nutrition
Trussell, Katherine Barnard and laboratory in the -Sanitarium and
Catherine Heeson, Katherine Bar- College there. Malwina Lemmle,
nard and. Elizabeth Eaglesfield, Vin- '32Med, was in charge of the ar-
selle Bartlett and Elizabeth Eagles- rangements for the trip.
field, Annetta Diekoff, Jean Cow- The group visited parts of the
den, Margaret Fuller, and Gladys Sanitarium and College, and ob-
Diehl Five activity points will be served some feeding experiments
given to Mchs O'Brien ofor the win- howing the effects Of diet that Dr.
ning play and three activity points Mitchell is carrying on.
to the women whose plays were not A banquet in the evening, which
accepted. was held in the private dining
Active on Campus. ' room of the Sanitarium, concluded
Miss O'Brien has been prominent the events of the day.
in campus activities. During her

Mortarboard, Martha Cook,
Be in Charge of Booths;
Six Others Planned.

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Booths for the Mardi Gras, to be.
presented by the League Friday
and Saturday afternoons and nights
in place of the annual bazaar will
represent a variety of subjects and
interests, according to Vinselle
Bartlett, '33, chairman of booths.
Eight of them have been plan-
ned, and the committee members
are each in cha rge of one. Mortar-
boairdis planning a Michigan booth,
gail ydecked in maize and blue,
which will vend all the articles us-
ually sold by the League. Maps,
yellow and blue jersey dolls, ban-
ners and blue books will be sold.
Martha Cook will be in charge of
4 a booth which will distribute home-
made articles, such as fruit cakes,
honey pots and candy. Other
booths will sell jewelry and gifts,
balloons and mardi gras novelties,
and candy.
A traditional fishpond, an igloo
where ice cream and frozen novel-
ties will be for sale, and a intiner-
ant artist who will sketch carica-
tures for a small sum will also be
featured.
The committee in charge includes
Margaret Keal, '33, Eleanore Allen,
'34, Anne Neberle, '33, Helen Camp-
bell, '33, Veneta Cook, '34, Rosalie
McKinney, '33, Grace Unger, '34,
and Caroline Cook, '32.

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Miss Isabel W. Dudley, assistant
director of Jordan hall, entertained
Miss Jeannette Perry, assistant
dean of women, and Mrs. John
Duffy of Grand Rapids at dinner
Sunday. Her sister, Mrs. William!
J. Fenton of Grand RapiAs, was her
guest over the week-end.
Last Thursday evening tea was
served to the residents of Mosher
Jordan halls who remained in
town. An attractive ba,)sket bouquet
of 'mums and asters was used for
the center-piece on the serving
table. Orange tapers, giving a dim
lighting effect in the living room,
added to the charm of the affair.
In Mosher, Alice Prell, '33, poured
and in Jordan Miss Inez V. Bozorth,
director -of the halls, poured.
FENCING CLASSES
BEGIN TOMORROW
John Johnstone Will Instruct
Course Every Wednesday
Fencing activities will begin to-
morrow. Classes will be held from
7:30 to 8:30 o'clock every Wednes-
day night at the Palmer Field

TAKEN BY WYlVERN
Elizabeth Gribble, Adele Ewing,
Elizabeth Eaglesfield, and
Anne Neberle Elected.
Four more women were elected
to Wyvern, honorary society for
junior women. They are Anne Ne-
berle, Elizabeth Eaglesfield, Eliza-
beth Gribble, and Adele Ewing.
Initiation will be neld at 7 o'clock
tbnight in the cave of the League
building for eleven' women. The
other seven are Janet Allen, Mary
Barnett, Elsie Feldman, Evelyn
Neilson, Jane Rayen, Parrish Riker,
and Virginia Taylor.
Mrs. Byrl Bacher, assistant dean
of women, will entertain members
of Wyvern at 6:30 o'clock next
Tuesday night at a supper party.
Election to Wyvernis by the point
system entirely. Each spring soph-
omore women are chosen on the
basis of League activity points and
in the fall women with second
highest number of points are elect-
ed.
Zeta Phi Eta Plans
Party for Next Week

Limbering exercisesw i 11 be
held from 4:30 to 5:30 today and
Thursday in Barbour gymnasium
for eligible junior women who
are planning to tryout for the
Junior Girls' Play. In case some
women are not able to report at
this time they should call either
Margaret S mi t h or Margaret
Schermack, chairmen of danc-
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Tables at the end of the League
Cafeteria will be. reserved every
noon beginning tomorrow for the
use of graduate students, both men
and women. The purpose of this
'plan is to give graduate students
a place where they can be sure of
finding other graduate students and
to widen their acquaintance in
their own group. Professional fac-
ulties have found this method a
pleasant one, and if it is a success
at the luncheon hour, it will be
extended to include the dinner
hour also.
This idea is the result of the dis-
cussion held at the tea given for
graduate women students by the
office of the Dean of Women on
Friday, November 20th. Other so-
Scial functions were proposed that
will be tried out later.

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house.
Mr. John Johnston, instructor in'
physical education, and Varsity
coach will instruct the class. All
women who have signed up and.
also all women who are interested,
in learning or obtaining more skill'
in the sport should report tomor-
row night.
W. A. A. points will be awarded
to all women attending the class.
No physical education credit will
be given. Lydia Seymour, '34, and
Helen Aigler, '35, fencing manager,
are planning a tournament.

At the business meeting held by
Zeta Phi Eta, a dramatic and for-
ensic sorority, plans were made for
a party to be given next week. The
meeting was held in the- Portia
roomi of Angell hall and both pled-
ges and actives were present.

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freshman year she was secretary
of the Freshman Girls' Glee Club.
She was chairman of publicity for
the Sophomore Cabaret last year
and has since her freshman year
been a member of the Michigan
Daily staff. Theta Sigma Phi, hon-
orary journalistic society, presented'
a cup to Miss O'Brien last year for
the best work done on a publica-
tion by a sophomore. She was elect-
ed last spring to Wyvern, honorary
society for junior 'women.
Assistant Named.
Miss Barnett who was named as-
sistant chairman has also been ac-
tive. She ,was chairman of finance
for the Freshman Pageant. During
her sophomore year she was a
member\ of the Women's Athletic
Association social committee and
also a member of the Sophomore
Cabaret finance committee. She
was treasurer of the Panhellenic
ball this year and is a junior mem-
ber of the Judiciary Council of the
League. She is also a member of
the Board of Directors of the
League. Miss Bartlett was elected
a member of Wyvern this fall.

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