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21, 1932

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-IGHT TEAMS LWIN
IRST COMPLETED
JASKETBALL ROUND

YANKEE ROYALTY

a Cook, Kappa
Alpha Xi Delta
First Games.

Delta,
Win

and

SECOND ROUND STARTS
Sigma Kappa, Alpha Eps;!on Phi
and Alpha Chi Omega Lose
Out in Tournament.
Completing the first round of the
straight elimination in the intra-
mural basketball tournament eight
games were played Monday, Tues-
day, and Wednesday. Teams which
have won through so far are Kappa
Alpha Theta, Mosher Hall II, Mar-,
tha Cook, Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha
Xi Delta, Kappa Delta. Delta Gam-
ma, and Collegiate Sorosis.
In the first games Martha Cook
defeated Mosher Hall I, 25 to 14.
Sarah Lewis, '33Ed, forward, was
high scorer for Martha Cook. Mar-
jorie Smith, '32Ed, jumping center,
succeeded in getting the tip off
the majority of times. Gladys Tim-
pson, '32Ed, and Louise Peterson,
'33, 'showed some nice work as
guards. For. Mosher Hall I Esther
LaRowe, '32, played both guard and
forward, doing nice work in both
positions.
Zeta Tau Alpha received a de-
fault from Helen Newberry. Kappa
Delta defeated Pi Beta Phi, 22 to
11. Dorothy Felske, '32, forward,
Alice Goodenow, '34, guard, and
Katherine Anning, '35, guard, all
played a nice game for Kappa Del-
ta. For Pi Beta Phi, Doris Gim-
mey, '35, forward, was high point
scorer and Mary Lou Cummings,
'35, guard, played well.
Games Improve.
Collegiate Sorosis defeated Theta,
Phi Alpha 12 to 6. Judy Quirk,
'Grad, played nicely as jump cen-
ter. Elisabeth Ladd, '33, and Bet-
ty Sutherland, '35, workedwell to-
gether as guards for Sorosis. Mar-
garet Robb, '34, forward, was high
scorer for Theta Phi Alpha. Ger-
aldine Malone, '32, showed some
nice work at guarding.
Alpha Xi Delta defeated Sigma
Kappa 18 to 9. It was a close game
until the fourth quarter. Jean
Bentley, '33, guard, and Laurine
Bond, '34, forward, played well for
the winning team.
Delta Gamma defeated Gamma
Phi Beta, 25 to 13. Nan Diebel, '35,
forward for Delta Gamma, showed
the best form of any forward this
year. Here movements on the floor
were clear cut and her baskets
wrre smooth and free. Miriam
\A oodbridge, '35s fo ward, playe' a
nice game for Theta Phi Alpha.
Mosher Hall II defeated Alpha
Epsil n Phi, 15 to 8. For the los-
ing team Georgia Geisman, '34,
guard, showed some nice defense
work; and Jacqueline Navran, "34,
made some neat baskets. Iappa
Alpha Theta defeated Alpha Chi
Omega, 21 to 10.
FASHION LEADS IN
FURNITURE TREND

Aseociated Press Photo
Princess Giroiamo Rospigilosi,
forminerly Miss Marian Snowden of
New York, is returning to America
with her husband for a visit. The
prince and princess were married
in Italy in December.
Football Tactics Are
Gsed in Odd Contest
Costumes of 1890 featured a bas-
ketball game yesterday between the
senior and sophomores of the phy-
sical education school. Such de-
vices as ladders and fake fouls
were used by the seniors in a vain
effort to win the contest, which de-
veloped into a farce. On several
occasions, baskets were made by a
senior standing on the balcony and
dropping the ball through the net.
Football tactics were also employed,
to the amusement of spectators.
Extends to Blouses.
PARIS-()-'rhe vogue for fur
has spread even to 'blouses. One
of the smartest afternoon costumes
has a tunic blouse of fine black
broadtail.

MICHIGAN flAMES
ADMITMEMBERS
Initiation for Nev Members of
Women's Club Held 'Tuesday
in Lane Hall.
Initiation for forty-nine new
members was held Tuesday night'
at a meeting of the Michiganl
Dames at Lane Hall. The mem-
bers of this organization are those
whose husbands are students upon
this campus.
Among the patronesses of. this,
organization who were present to
meet the initiates were: Mrs. R. M.'
Smith, Mrs. George E. Carrothers,
Mrs. Dwight L. Dumond, Mrs. Clif-
ford Woody, Mrs. G. Carl Huber,
Mrs. Jaies B. Edmonson, Mrs' Al-
lan F. Whitney, Mrs. Frederick W.
Peterson, and Mrs. Emory W. Sink.
A number of the patronesses were
unable to attend the initiation.
Among those are: Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven, Mrs. James Bruce, and
Mrs. Paul Lidy.
After the initiation an informal
evening was spent for the purpose
of acquainting members with one
another. Refreshments were served.
Alumni Attend Dinner
Given byDetroit Club
The board of governors of the
University of Michigan Club of 'De-
troit and their wives were the
guests of the Detroit Curling Club
on Thursday evenng. Among those
present were/Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Lawton, Mr. and Mrs. Louis B.
Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hickey,
Mr. and ..Mrs. Edmond M. Hana-
van, Mr. and Mrs. F G. Beattie,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. MacIvor, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Matthaei, Judge
and Mrs. Ervin Palmer, Mr. and
Mrs. Ward Peck, Henry Grinnell,
Thomas Davidson and William
Mertz.

u PhiEpsilon illGive$1 Residents of Martha Cook will Kopf of Plainfield, New Jersey, is
M WillG $1 entertain this evening at an infor- spending the week at the chapter'
Scholarship to Senior mal inner. house as the guest of her daughter,
or Graduate. Tha guests will include Katherine Dorothy.
_Koch. '32, pesident of the Woman's DeIta Zeta.
The Ann Arbor Alumnae club of League: Lei; Sandler, '32, vice-pros- Delta Zeta entertained TIiss For-
Mu Phi Epsilonident f the League Barbara nce MeKinstry, Miss Mary Dun-
,tal hono- Braun 33. treasurer of the Leagu nigan, Miss Luaine Budge of D -
ary musical sorority for wome, y unier, '32. chairman of troit, Miss Ruth Parmalee of Flint,
offering a scholarship. Theawr
will bea $100,ad will be givn ihe judiciary council; Jane Inch, and Miss Edith Budge of Beaver-
the senior or graduate student who 32 senior member of the judiciary ton, Michigan, as house guests last
is most dserving.oi cl Betty Loudon, '32, senio week end.Ph
z' zt rthe udiiarycounil;Gamma Phi Beta.
~No particulars of tescoi t,
have as yet been determined utrp Gerald Grover, '32. chairman of Gamma Phi Beta wishes to an-
are underonsideathe Board Representatives; May nounce the pledging of Rosaland
mittee which the club ha oh on- Seefrie, '34. chairman of the candy Edersbach, 32, Pomeroy, Ohio. The
ed. Members of this committ e ae boot; C-therh a Heesen, '33, jun- Vsi of Ms Bertha Schneider, pro-
ed. Me r mmber of the Board of Go- ie director from Columbus, Ohio,
President Charles E. Sink of the ernors; I a r r i e t Jennings '34 was postponed to this week-end. A
School of Music, and Prof. Earl V. 'e member c' L the Board luncheon will be given in her honor
Moore. of Governors; Jean Botsford, '33, Satrday noon by the' active mem-
The award will be made very chairman of the Junior Girls' play; Ibcrs and pledges of the sorority.
shortly, and announcement of the Doiothy Elsworth, '32, president of Saturday evening, she will be the
one to receive it will be n-oade by the W. A. A., Elizabeth Gerhard, '32, guest of tho alumnae at dinner at
the committee. It is to be hoped chairman of the library committee; the home of Mrs. Henry Douglas
that the scholarship may be an Enid Bush, '33, chairman of the so- on Berkshire Road.
annual award. ommia1 ammittee; Margaret Thomp- Kappa Alpha Theta.
son, "'32, Woman's editor of the The alumnae of Kappa Alphal
NOTED ARTIST Daily; Elizabeth Gardner, '32, Theta will hold their Founder's
TO SPEAK HERE chairman of point system commit- Day luncheon Saturday at the Stat-
Itee, and Joada Day, x'32, chairman ler Hotel in Detroit. Mrs. George
of the world fellowship committee. Banta will be the guest of honor.
Ted Robinson to Lecture Under Delta Gamma. The entire active chapter and the
Auspices of A.A.W.C. Pledges and their seniors of Del- pledges° will attend.
______ ta Gamma will be entertained at-
Ted Robinson, cartoonist of the tea Thursday by Mrs. John R. Ef-
ClevelandPlaindealer, will be the finger at her home on Martin Place. Your system needs piei
The sorority will honor members through thei
speaker at a program sponsored by of the faculty at a formal dinner
the Ann Arbor Women's club at on Thursday evening. Mrs. W. H. SERVE ARBOR
2:30 o'clock Mondav in the main I

ASRlOITYORSic

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PARTY COMPLETI
Tea Honoring Miss Brazier to
Held Tomorrow in Leagu
Ballroom.
Plans for the fourth of the
ries of League parties, honoa
Miss Harriet Brazier, director
the Junior Girls' play, which
be held from 4 to 6 o'clock ton
row in the main ballroom of
League, are nearing completion,
cording to Elizabeth Eaglesfield,
who is in charge.
Miss Brazier, Miss Alice C. Ll(
Katherine Koch, '32, president
the League, , Jean Botsford,
chairman of this year's play,
Margaret O'Brien, '33, author,
form the receiving line, and t
who have been asked to pour
elude Emily Bates, '32, chairma:
last year's play, Donna Jones,
author of the book, and Dorc
Felske, '32,,and Mildred Todd,
who played the leads.
Skits from last year's play
furnish the entertainment,
there will be dancing to the m
of Maxwell Gail's orchestra. Ta
for bridge will also be available
nty of good, pure wvater
winter months
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ballroom of the League, instead of
under the auspices of the Faculty
Women's club as was announced
in yesterday's Daily.
The program is under the direc-
tion of the department of applied
education of the organization, and
will also include numbers by the
boy's glee club of University High
school, directed by Miss Odina Ol-
sen.

Mrs. Rutioen to Honor
Faculty Women's Club
Members of the Faculty Women's
club will be entertained at a tea
given by Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
v<n from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon in her home.
Assisting Mrs. Ruthven in receiv-
ing the guests will be Mrs. Allen
F. Whitney, president of the club.

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Miss Morrison-Kable States View
That Furniture Is Setting
4or Our Lives.
"Fashion influences furniture. A
chair bf any period immediately
suggests a picture of the type of
person who sat in it," states Kath-
erine Morrison-Kahle in an article
in a recent issue of the House
Beautiful.
"Place side by side a Medici arm-I
chair, stately, solemn, and urncom-
fortable, with its unadorned struc-
ture and high back, made to en-
throne pomp and glory, and a Louis
XV bergere, restful, low, and grace- I
ful, and covered with gayly flower-
ed brocade; do they not convey to
you two portraits? One was made
for Catherine (ia' Meici, a queen;
the other for cmrntese l ) Barry,
a courtesan," Miss Morrisan-Kahk
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