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FL WILL BE HONORED BADMINTONWIL CA
TEAS ?{{TO 6BE~GIVEN B ITODUCED
[IlExhibition to Be Given Second De
Semester; Tournament t
j f to Be Held.
All Campus Womeh Are Invited tB
to Attend Affair Held With the beginning of the second To
This Afternoon. semester a new game for the next I bers
~ ..rindoor season, called Badminton, the
DEAN LLOYDi TO RECEIVE f... ... rwill be introduced by the women's sch
physical education department to hea
Entertainment to Be Pridedcontinue at the same time as the hea:
rovie intramural and interclass basket-
by Orchestra and J. G. P. ball. 26, i
Skits of Last Year. Badminton originated in India tre
and about forty years ago was A
Honpring Miss Harriet Brazier,,. brought to England. Recently with- wo
director of the Junior Girls' play, in the past few years it was intro-
the fourth of the League monthl duced' in Boston, and then spread orn
teas will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock quickly throughout the country. It sho
hi r nnhas proven very popular at many whi
this aftnof in the maingalcolleges with both men and women.
room of the League. .' :A xiiingm ilb ed e
Elizabeth Eaglesfield, '33, of the An exhibition game will be held,
if possible, after exams. If enough i
.League social committee is in interest is shown it is hoped to bea
charge of arrangements, and she Miss Harriet Brazier, director of hold a tournament at Sarah Cas- gar
is being assisted by the social the Junior Girls' Play for 1933, who well Angell Hall in Barbour gym-M
chairmen of Delta Gamma, Delta will be present at a tea to be given nasium. after sufficient players and
Pelti Delta, and Alpha Omicron in her honor at the Women's League have tried the game. phy
Pi, andlseven League houses. on Friday, January 22. Badminton resembles tennis a phy
Receiving Line. great deal. Singles or doubles, with spe
The Breerivin line will includ Women's Debate Team-, either tw or four players, may be1
Miss Brazier, Miss Alice C. Lloyd, played.~ A small-sized court, Sii will
Katherine Koch, '32, president of Will Meet Aalamazoo lar to a tennis court is used. The a
the League, Jean Botsford, 33, rackets or bats, as they are called, Sm:
chairman of the play, and Mar- In a return contest for the debate are much like squash-rackets, light iv
garet O'Brien, '33, author. ' which the Michigan women had with long, thin handles. The bat whi
T'lea will be served from 4 to 6te
o'clock, and Emiy B , '2, chair- with Western State Normal Col- must be held quite lightly and the ter
man. of last year's play, Donna lege, the Kalamazoo women will a u t tibghtetoeeuntil thefbid plac
Jones, '32, author, Dorothy Felske, debate here this afternoon at 4 The "bird" made of light wood and ann
'32, and Mildred Todd, '32, who o'clock in the Alpha Nu room of feathers is hit through the air, and ho
playe fthetyleads, will pour. Angell hall on the question of in- is not allowed to touch the floor. abo
'Splae dnilFlexibility of the wrist is necessary, the
fe 1ur the program of entertain- dependence for India. o u h a ss lgtta hr sI oll
ment, and there will be dancing to Tpie varsity negative team from bltte sti. lthaetasrnows
the music of Maxwell Gail's orches- Michigan will debate. They are: played is the embodiment of skill
tra. Tables for bridge will be avail- Alice Schleh, '32, Maxine Gilmore, grace, and extreme activity, and is6
-Al wonen oncampus are invited 33, and Dorothy Davis, '33. ' This one of the most delightful games
toattend the af'fair, inluzding all practice is one of the last debates to watch, as well as to play.
graduate students and faculty before the varsity contest which their names on the bulletin board
T e assisting Miss Eaglesfied occurs shortly after the opening of at Barbour gymnasium or see Miss
Toeasitn Mis agefedthe new emeter. Hilda Burr.
nclude Virginia Olds, '32, Delta h .
Gamma, Katherine Funkhauser,
'33, Delta Delta Delta, i Jean Mit-
chell, '33, Alpha Omicron Pi, Louise Eschelba h ark e
Ball, '35, Swaney house, Jane Cros-
by, '32, Andrus house, Miriam Elie- 202 Fkist Huron Street Phone 4159
zer, '35, Wilson house, Elizabeth,
Bentley, '3Sm., Asman house, Fresh Home Made Liver Sausage, 2 lbs. 25c
Helen Batriett, '33, Austin house,
Dorothy Parker, '33Ed, Jeffrey Honey Brand Smoked Ham . .......18c
house, and Florence Kennedy, '32, pieces)
Rock house (3 to 5 lb. pieces)
NEED FOR LARGER Fresh Dressed-Duck-Roasting Chickens and Fowl
GLOVES APPARENT
LONDON, Jan. 21.-(AP)-JEnglish
girls' hands are growing or gloves
are shrinking. At any rate, the
delicate digits that took a six and
a quarter 40 years ago, on the aver-S
age, require a seven today. Thet
glove mn think sport is the cause
JA1NUARY e1
CLEARANCE
Finery Hose ii h s
With the J-Hop just around the
Chiffon and Service corner, you simply must come in
Pure Silk and Full
F.Siond uland see these exquisite formals we
Fashioned,
Regular 85c f have just received. In the selec-
(All perfect) tion are some with the entire frock
TtE and jacket of baby "Irish" pattern
LAURA BELLE SHOP lace . . . just remove the jacket
State at Liberty and you have a smart formal.
Others are of clinging crepes and

chiffons . . beaded and sequin
j ~trim ... and all are of the' popular
Clearancet
sophisticated lines.
SALE
f Special Showing
HIU A "T S All day Friday, living
models will show you
what is being worn in
TODAY ONLY New York. They will
display a new Spring line
of authentic numbers,
We are offering 150 Hats
from sports to formals.
-felts and softies at this
remarkably low price.
50c P ()

IST FOR JUNI0
PLAY WILL M
an Lloyd and Dr. Bell to Talk
o Assembly; Jean Botsford
Will Preside.
familiarize the tentative mem-
of the cast and choruses of

INDEPENDENTS HAVE SAME SOCIAL
CONTACTS SORORITY WOMEN ENJOY
Miss Ethel McCormick Finds Cormick, Social Director in the
Unversity Social And Office of the Dean of. Women.
Cultural Aid. "We are trying today to make
the life of the non-sorority woman'
Myths are hard to dispell once I approximate as nearly as possible
they are begun. They linger on in I that of the woman who is affiliated

SIGMA I A LPH I

program
Piano

Consists of V
Numbers Ren
by Artists.

the minds of those who have heard
them and finally after a period of
years they become as firmly estab-

1932 Junior Girls' Play with the lished as a tradition. Thus must we

edule and routine, of the re-

regard the myth of the non-sorority

rsals, a meeting will be held at woman.
,lock Tuesday afternoon, Jan. For a period of years too numer-
ous to mention, the belief has ex-
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Thea- isted that the woman does not be-
of the League buildfhg. come affiliated With a sorority or
ttendance is compulsory and all dormitory group, will, in a short
men who are not sure whether time, find that she is not making
rot they have been. eliminatedthe contacts she should reasonably
expect to make.
uld consult the list of names Today the situation has assumed
ch is in the office of Miss Har- an entirely different aspect. Due to
Brazier, director, in the League the efforts of the university, the
ing. Any woman who will not independent woman is finding her-
ale.t atnydmaswhodcall nar-self on the same basis as the woman
able to attend should call Mar- who has become affiliated. In a re-
et Ferrin at 7117. cent article which appeared in the
riss Alice Lloyd, dean of women, School of Education Bulletin for
IDr- Margaret Bell, director of the current month, we find the fol-
'sical education for women, and lowing, written by Miss Ethel Mc-
rsician to the health service will lowing _writtn _byMssEtl____
ak fo the assembly. Jean Bots-
ri ~ nvnrl t1-irv~vioftb-n t n-

with either a sorority or a dormi-
tory group. In an endeavor to bring
this about we have inaugurated a
program which has for the most
part been a success.,
"At the beginning of the semes-
ter, we sent out cards to women liv-
ing in league houses, asking their
preferences in extra-curricular 'ac-
tivities. Almost every reply included
some form of athletics. In answer
to this obvious demand, we have
organized athletic teams of inde-
pendent women.
"Every spring a formal dance is
held at the Women's Athletic build-
ing by women who live in league
houses. Moreover the monthly teas
sponsored by the Woman's League
are for the purpose of bringing
these women and sorority women
together in order that they may
make more social contacts.

A formal musicale was given
the actives, alumnae, and pati
esses of Sigma Alpha Iota Tues
evening at the home of Mrs. C]
ter D. Barnes, 1016 Martin P1
Mrs. Barnes is a patroness of
sorority.
Miss Kate Keith Field, voca
and Miss Bertha Flo, pianist,
sented the program after which
freshments were served. Miss F
gave the following numbers; Ar
illi, mia bella, Caccini; Gia, il
dal gagge, A Scarlatti; Care SE
Handel; Jewel Song, from Fa
Gounod; In Myrtle Shale, Grif
A Song for Lovers, Taylor; Sp
Sorrow, Ireland; and Blow, I
Thou Winter Wind, Quilter.
Miss Flo's program consistec
the following; Sonata in G mi
Goun6d; Prelude Op. 45, Cho
Etude Op. 10, No. 6, Chopin;
Waltz, Op. 64, No. 2, Chopin.

d, general nairman of the play
conduct the meeting and Mar-
'et Schermack and. Marg'aret
ith, chairmen of dancing, will
'the :schedule for rehearsals
ch are to start immediately af-
the second semester.
Chese rehearsals will be only
cement rehearsals and definite
nouncement of the cast and
ruses will not be made until
ut Feb. 19. Women are to dheck
ir names now in Miss Brazier's
ce.
Prohibition and the
Campus
in this week's
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SPECIAL

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Soft straws in

clever

little close fitting hats
to uisher in Spring-

Spring Hats, $2.95 and up
Twisted turbans, beret types, and brimmed styles.
Everything ,hat's new. Straws and fabrics.
FOGERTY HAT SHO]
177 East Liberty

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Out this morning Jaco1oso
at all stores.
"It's Smart to be T hrifty-Shop at Mon teith's!"

I t's

Clearance

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The College rho

There are plenty of cold days

yet for

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Styles That Will Dazzle Yo
Smart New
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Any,
Wintery
Hat
in
Stock
59c
u in
Silk
rints and
Printed
mbinations
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Sizes
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ssue wrappings.
convinced that

wearing

Sweaters
9e-$3.98,

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Colors and styles to harmonize with all sports costumes. Greatly
reduced for January Clearance at 98 cents to $3.98.

wool blouses

or sweaters,-

Dresses
Lots of good styles to select from in this
group of dresses which formerly bore price
tags ranging from $16.75.$29.75.
$10.50

Jersey Blouses

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Attractive, youthful, serviceable styles in warm
wool jersey blouses. To clear at $1.98 and
$2.98.
$1.98-$2.98

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In Bright
New
Colors
And Black

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Both greatly reduced

Lounge inexpensively and in comfort
Flannel Robes

Afternoon Frocks-"5 o'Clo
Frocks-Forn al Frocks
Dresses you would 'expect to see at much highe
Misses-Ladies-and Stout S
All Sizes 14 to 50 and Y Si
Hundreds of fashionable new frocks-fresh from their ti
By all means visit Monteiths tomorrow and you will be

Striped, and plain color flannel robes
at $3.98, $5.98 and $7.98. Green
corduroy pajamas-just the swanky
style college girls like-at $4.98.
Also Reduced for Clearance
jewelry, 59c-$1.98
Handbags, $1.98

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