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,Y .17. 1932

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GAME " WIN-NI
TEAMS TO BE HELD:
NNETENCOMPT
Playoff to Be Given Two Weeks;
Teams Will Be Eliminated
on Losing One Game.,
EX ECT IMPROVEMENT
Interclass Team to Be Selected;
Committee Is Now Watching
Teams Play.
Nineteen teams have entered the
straight elimination in. the intra-
mural basketball tournament, hav-
ing won at least two out of three
games in the round robin which
has been held for the past three
weeks. Thirty-seven teams origin-
ally entered the tournament.
The teams which have succeeded
thus far are as folows: Alpha Chi
Omega, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha
Xi Delta, Couzens Hall, Delta Gam-
ma, Delta, Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta,
Helen Newberry, Jordan Hall, Kap-
pa Delta, Martha Cook, Mosher
Hall I and II, Phi Beta Phi, Col-
legiate Sorosis, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Sigma Kappa, Theta Phi Alpha,
and Zeta Tau Alpha.k
Ojayoffs Next Two Weeks.
The tw weeks remaining before
finals will be devoted to playoff
games in the elimination. Teams
will be eliminated as soon as they
have lost one game. A default will
count as a lose.
The followingkteams will start
play this week: Kappa Delta
against Pi Beta Phi, Gamma Phi
Beta and Delta. Gamma, Zeta Tau
Alpha and Helen Newberry, Mosh-
er Hall II and Alpha Epsilon Phi,
Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Al-
pha Theta,' Jordan Hall and Cou-
zens Hall, Collegiate Sorosis and
Theta Phi Alpha, Martha Cook and
Mosher Hall III, Sigma Kappa and
Alpha Xi Delta. Delta Zeta will
sit for the first round.
These games must be played off
by Wednesday, Jan. 20. Teams may
arrange to play Monday, Tuesday,
and Wedhesday at 4 and 5 o'clock
or any time after dinner.
Playing Should Improve.
Up to this time the cali re of
the games has not been especially
good. With the better teams in
the running now, the standard of
playing should be much improved.
Womeri who wish to enter the in-
terclas basketball, which will be-
gi the first week of the second
semester, must play in the intra-
iural, if their tteams are still in
the tournament)A committee is
now watching the various teams
play in order to pick members for
the interclass teams.
Seniors in the physical education
major school have challenged the
sophomores to a basketball game
next Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 4 o'-
clock. Tea will be served after the
game in the Physical Education
clubroom in Barbour gymnasium.

JANE ADDAMS LEAVES HOSPITAL

FRENJCH STUDENTS
TO PRESENT PLAYS
Burnette Bradley, Norma Lou
Cove, Elizabeth Gribble
to Play Roles.
Tomorrow evening the attention
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Famous Women
Amid all the chaos of the modern
trend in art there has appeared in
America a movement which has
much of the liurity and sincerity of
Greek standards of beauty. This is
in the field of sculpture, a field
which seemingly would demand the
strength and powerful execution of

A.A.U.W. TO MEET
NEXT WEDNESDAY
Meetings of tap Da n c ing,
Drama Sections Postponed.
The January meeting of the Jun-
ior group, American Association of
University Women, will be held

SORORITY TO
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Associated Press Photo
Jane Addams, Chicago so ial worker who shared the 1931 Nobel
peace prize with Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia university, is
shown at Baltimore hospital after her recovery from a recent operation.
STNEWBERRY GIVES
HLD TT FACULTY SUPPER
Residents of Helen Newberry are
entertaining at an informal faculty
suprY this even' Pauline Pic-

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which several women are in the w
Cercle Francais which will be held front ranks; Anna Vaughn Hyatt, u
n the Laboratory Theatre. Gertrude Vanderbilt and perhaps
The program includes three one- foremost, Malvina Hoffman. i
act French plays and a group of l Marion Anthony Smith says of
French sorngs. Burnette Bradley, Malvina Hoffman's work, "In deal- d
'32, who distinguished herself in ing with the human form and face, ti
her work, however vivid and or-
two of last year's productions, will iginal never departs from the rec- d;
appear in the first play which is ognized standards of beauty. In
"La Paix Chez Soi" by Courteline. form it never descends to the gro-
The cast of the second play, "Un tesque.in Miss Hoffman's work the w
expression of beauty, per ob
Arriviste" by Zamacois, will include instinctive. Given the soul of the p
two women, Norma Lou Cove, '34, subject, the beauty grows out of it t
a d Elizabeth Gribble, '33, Profes- spontaneously." t
soL Charles E. Koella, faculty ad- Malvina Hoffman was born in
visor of 'Cercle Francais, says that New York City in 1887. She is the 'z
all three women have excellent daughter of Richard Hoffman, once
pronunciation and are exceptional- renowned as a pianist. She began
ly alert on the stage. her art studies as a young girl and
The group of songs includes such did her first work in the field of u
familiar numbers as "Gentille Bate- painting.' She developed a liking a
liere," "Au Clair De La Lune," "Il for modeling and was encouraged
Etaite, Une Bergere," and "Made- by her teacher to study sculpture. C,
Ion." They will be sung by a chorus She studied painting under John e
of twelve women dressed in the Alexander and sculpture under V
costumes of Bretagne. The womenI Gutzon Borglum while in New York.
are Gertrude Simancek, '32Ed., Later she went to Paris and becamea
Jean MacNaughton, '32, Margaret a pupil of the great Auguste Rodin.
Moon, '32, Harriet Hicks, '32Ed., Miss Hoffman was active in relief
Dorothy Shapland, '34, Agnes Rob- administration during the war and
inson, '34, Bertha Carry, '34, Doro- has been decorated with the PalmesI
thy Waller, Grad,, Carlotta Weit- Academique, by France, and" with1
brecht, '34, Rose Zuber, '32Ed., Mar- the Royal Order of Saint Sava III,
jorie Hunt, '32, and Clara Jean by Jugoslavia. She is represented
Leith, '32. in all the large galleries of America
The policy of Cercle Francais has and in the- Luxembourg Musee,
been changed this year according Paris. In 1924 she married Mr. S.
to Professor Koella. "In previous B. Grimson, a statesman and man
years the casts of the French plays olletters.
have included more or less the Perhaps her most famous work is
same people time after time but "The Sacrifice," a war memorial in
this year we are trying to give. as the Cathedral of St. John the Dlg-
many as possible a chance to be vine. It would be hard to see this
in them," he stated recently.
The third play on tomorrow eve-
nin's program is to be presented HIGH GRD§RE
by members of thetfaculty.

Wednesday evening at the Michi-
;an League building. Members are
equested to meet at 6:15 near the
afeteria entrance. Any eligible
'omen who are interested are
rged to attend.
The program for the evening will
ncludle an interesting talk follow-
ng the business meeting.
The regular meetings of the tap
ancing section and the drama sec-
ion, scheduled for Wednesday eve-
ing have been. postponed. The
ates will bebaninounced later.
work without feeling its beauty,
ower, and spiritual force. Both
owerful expression and a restraint
hat is almost peaceful appear in
,his group' of a. mother and her
ead son. AmongN Mss Hoffman's
works in portrait sculpture are her
well-known busts of Paderewski,
The Man," "The Artist," and "The
Statesman." Other familiar works
ire "The Column of Life," "La Peri,"
and the "Bacchanale Dance."
She has received the Shaw Mem-
orial Prze of the National Acad-
emy, New York, the George S.
Widener Memorial Gold Medal, the
Helen Foster Barnett Prize of the
National Academy, and many other
awards.

Beta Kappa Rho Will Have
in W.A.A. Ballroom NF
Saturday.
Beta Kappa Rho sorority
give an informal dancing
from 9 to 12 o'clock next Sa
night in the ballroom at th
men's Athletic Association
ing.
This group is organized f
purpose of making social cc
for women students who ar
in private homes, and who a
tially self-supporting. It a]
cludes women students liv
home who have no other doi
or sorority affiliations.
The committee in charge
party is Virginia Hess, '34,
dent; Iris Becker, '34, vice
dent;- Elna Jeffries, '33, se
and treasurer; Helen Mich
social chairman; and Mary
Munson, '32SM.
Arrangements are being
for cards for those not wis
dance. The committee in
cordially invites all students
group to attend.

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De Koven's Opera Good Choice;
Includes Varied Talent'
and Colorful Story.
Additional tryouts for principal
parts in De Koven's operetta, "Rob-
in Hood," which is being sponsored
by the Glee Clubs, the University
Orchestra, Play Production, and
Mimes, will be held Tuesday even-
ing at 8 o'clock in the Laboratory
Theatre.
Valentine B. Windt, director of
Play Production, and Professor'
David Mattern of the School of
Music with members of the general
committee will judge the tryouts.
There are still several principal
roles open and all enrolled students,
regardless of whether or not they
belong to one of the sponsoring
organizations, are urged to tryout
since it is hoped that the cast will
embrace the very best talent on
campus.
It is generally felt that the choice
of DeKoven's operetta is exception-
ally good because it is a piece which
has been recognized everywhere as
one which includes unlimited op-
portunity for orchestral, choral,
and solo work and also fine straight
acting bits.

chiottino, '32, is in charge of the
arrangements for the affair and
she is assisted by Teresa Romani,

Home economics enrollment at
Iowa State collegre increased from
100 to 1911 to more than 1,000 last
year.
TYPE'W.RITING

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The guest list includes Dr. I. D.
Scott of the geology department,
and Mrs. Scott; Dr. R. C. Hussey
of the geology department, and
Mrs. Hussey; Dr. C. A. Knudson of
the Romance Language depart-
ment; Mr. K. N. Reichenbach of the
history department; Dr. H. M. Ehr-
mann of the histoiy department;
Mr. E. A. Mercado of the Romance
Language department, and Mrs.
Mercado; Miss Louise Cuyler of the
School of Music; Mr. H. B. Lewis
of the chemistry department, and
Mrs. Lewis; Mr. W. W. Tupper of
the botany department; Dr. A. K.
Morris of the English department,
and Mrs. Morris; Miss Mary Stew-
art of the physical education de-
partment for women, and Dr.
Franklin Shull of the zoology de-
partment, and Mrs. Shull.
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