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December 13, 1931 - Image 5

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THE MTCH-TGA N TATEIY _______

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INTRAMURA BSKTBLLTOURNEY
WILLOPEN TOMORROWI WITH FORTY
TEAMS COMPETING IN ROUND HRIN,

THEOSOPHIST BELIEVES WOMEN ARE
BASICALLY THE SAME WORLD OVER
Expresses Desire to See Manner i Mrs. Ransom agress that there'
of Dress of Orientals may be exceptions to the general
rules, but are there not here as
Retain Simplicity. well? Upon being questioned as to
whether the women of India werel
By Beverly Stark, '33.,changing their mode of dress ast
"Women are the same the world the Japanese and Chinese are in-
over,-they are boss," said Mrs. Jo- clined to do she threw up her hands
sepbine Ransom, theosophist, in a in horror and vehemently said, "I
hasty interview held on the nether hope not. Their own costume is fine
regions of the steps of Natural Sci- and as lovely and graceful as it
ence auditorium after her lecture can be, having all the rich and
on "The Creative Mind." simple charm of the ancient Greeks.
"There is no difference between I sincerely trust that they have thel
the British and American girl, asl intelligence to retain their own
far as I have been able to perceive.' mode of dress.'

All Sororities and Dormitories
Have Entered Teams in
Contest.
INDEPENDENTS TO PLAY
,Kappa Delta to Play Newberry'
Monday; Pi Phi's to Meet
Zeta Tau Alpha.
Actual playing in the intramural
basketball season will begin VMon-
day, Dec. 14, with the start of the
round robin, which will last for
three weeks until Jan. 15. For the
past two weeks the dormitory, so-
rority, and independent teams have
held practice.
Forty teams have entered the
tournament this year. Every soror-
ity on campus is represented, and
at least one or two teams from
every dormitory. These teams have
been placed in groups of four.
Teams in each group will play three
games. The teams winning two out
of three games or tying a game will
enter the straight elimination se-
ries.

seniors must have their hearts and
lungs checked. There are still a
few who have not done this.
It is important that all indepen-
dent women who wish to play on
an interclass team must play on an
intramural team first. One inde-
pendent team has already been or-
vanized. There is still time for in-
dependent women to organize an-
other team. For further informa-
tion call Miss Marie Hartwig at the
intramural office at Barbour gym-
nasium.'
Games to Begin Promptly.
Games will be promptly started
on time this year. The games will
begin at 4:15 and at 5:15 o'clock.
Four quarters will be played with a
rest half in between. The games
will last about a half hour. If play-
ers are late the quarters will be
cut and there will be less chance to
play.
Schedule of Games.
The schedule for the first of the
round robin will be as follows:
Monday, at 4:15 o'clock, Kappa
Delta will play Helen Newberry and
Delta Gamma will play Alpha Chi
Omega; at 5:15 o'clock Betsy Bar-

Mosher Jordan Phyllis Gratton, '33. was in charge
Miss Isabel W. Dudley, assistant of the waitresses who served the
director of Jordan hall, is enter- refreshments and Christina Cook,
taining some guests at dinner to- '33, was in charge of the prepara-
day. Her guests include Mr. and tion and arrangement of the re-
Mrs. A. H. Danforth of Windsor, freshments. Margaret Hadden, '33,
Ontario, and Mr. C. S. Fitzpatrick was in charge of fancy work; Laura
of Detroit. Shoemaker, '33, in charge of mis-
Couzens Hall. cellaneous articles; Ruth Freet, '33,
in charge of Christmas novelties;
Couzens hall held their annual I owena Peck, '33, in charge of pop-
junior bazaar Fiday and Satur- corn, and Almeda Eastman, '33, in
day. In regards to entertainment at! charge of candies.
the affair Ann M. Peitz, '33, was in
charge of the direction of plays ~
and C. June Wilkinson, '33, was in _--
charge of properties and costumes. _ . _1--

PEGASUS TO RIDI
INDOORS TUESDd
Society to Be Guests at Su
Given by Mullison's.
At the meeting of Pegasus, r
society for women, which was
last Thursday night at the Le
building, plans were made I
musical ride to be held indoo
the fairgrounds on Tuesday r
of this week.
The members will be gues
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mullison at
per after the ride.

in education, dress, or participation
in daily affairs; nor is the Eastern
girl very far behind her Western
sister; The Eastern woman may
walk out veiled but in her home she
rules as well and as often as do the
Occidental women, contrary to pub-
lic opinion here. The women in
British India are advancing rapidly
in education and professional lives,
as they are very interested in medi-
cine, teaching and the present
movement for independence."

Delta Omicron HoldsI
Founders Day Dinner

Members of Delta Omicron, music
sorority, were the guests of Mrs.
Russell C. Hussey at dinner on
Tuesday night.
The dinner was given as a cele-
bration of the sorority's Founders
Day. Following the dinner, bridge
was the form of entertainment.

If you write, We have it.
Correspondence Stationery,
Fountain Pens, Ink, etc.
rTpewriters all rakes.
Greeting Cards for bodr.
o. D . M R R I L
314 S. State St., Ann Arbor.
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Good taste is not a matter of money . .

Interclass to Be Later. bour will play Collegiate Soros
Interclass basketball will begin and Martha Cook will play Helen
second semester. Only those women Newberry IL Tuesday, at 4:15
who have played on an intimmural o'clock, Chi Omega will play Alpha
team can report for interclass. Phi and Mosher Hall I will play
These students ill be chosen by alGamma Phi Beta; at 5:15 o'clock,
committee of studnts and coaches, Pi Beta Phi will play Zeta Tau
which will meet three times during Alpha, and Alpha Delta Pi will play
the season to pick out players on Alpha Gamma Delta.
the basis of skill and interest. The
students chosen wild be asked to A German census shows that 24.3
participate,'in interclass basketball. per cent of all households are
Before playing on an intramural equipped with radio sets.
or interclass team all juniors and
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but a decided addition to her smart ap-
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All programs are given in Hill
Auditorium un l e s s otherwise
noted. The afternoon concerts
are g i v e n without admission
charge.
THE "MESSIAH" by Handel,
University Choral Union, Uni-
versity Symphony Orchestra.
Soloists, Earl V. Moore, Con-
ductor, December 13, 4:15.
DETROIT SYMPHONY OR-
CHESTRA, Ossip Gabrilow-
itsch, Conductor, Dec. 15, 8:15.
DON COSSACK RUSSIAN
CHORUS, Serge Jaroff, Con-
ductor, Jan. 13, 8:15.
DETROIT SYMPHONY OR-
CHESTRA, Dr. Rudolf Siegel,
Guest Conductor, Jan. 25,
8:15.
YEHUDI MENUHIN, Violin,
Feb. 4, 8:15.
PERCY GRAINGER, Piano, Feb.
19, 8:15.
R 0S A PONSELLE, Soprano,
March 7, 8:15.
ORGAN RECITALS every Wed-
nesday, 4:15.

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fact that we have the most wonderful selection of gifts
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