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TUDAY, MARCH 8, TH EMICHIGAN DAILY

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FRESHMIEN WOME
WILI TRI OUT FOR
DALY TOMORRO9W_
Opportunity Is Afforded Daily
Reporters to Meet
Celebrities.
ACTIVITY POINTS GIVEN
Theta Sigma Phi Awards Cup to
$ophomore Woman Who
Does Best Work.
Tryouts for the women's ,editor-
ial staff of the Daily will meet at
4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
the Daily office instead of this aft-
ernoon a s was previously an-
nounced. Since all promotions are
made through a process of elimi-
iption and the ones who start their
freshman year are given first
chance at promotion, all freshman
women interested are urged to be
at the meeting tomorrow.
Three Beats Given.
All news sources are organized in
the beats system and tryouts will
be appointed to beats as soon as
they have learned enough about
the Daily style to merit one.
There are three major beats on
the women's page which are cov-
ered by juniors. They are the
League, Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, and Intramural Sports. The
three who are appointed to these
are those who have shown interest,
accuracy, and particular ability
during their freshman and -sopho-
more years.
Work on the Daily affords many
chancesrto learn much about the
hobby or future vocation of the re-
porter and a1s o offers many
chances to meet people who are
leaders in their fields. Aside from
having the opportunity of meeting
and interviewing men and women
on campus who are authorities, the
opportunity to meet visiting celeb-
rities is afforded Daily people.
Award Cup.
For those interested in earning
league points, reporting is one of
the more pleasant ways of doing so
because it is one of the few sources
of points which is not confined
to some~ narrow field of activity.
By beginning work on the Daily
during the freshman year one is
able to have a semester in which
to train herself to be an applicant
for the Theta Sigma Phi cup which
is awarded each spring to the soph-
omore woman who has done the
best work on a student publication
during the year.

'Flu' Attacks Rosa
Ponselle Dispelling
PossibleInterview
By Elsie Feldman.
In disposition Ponselles are no
different from the rest of us, for
the "bug", besieged her too; that is,
Rosa Ponselle had the "flu" last
night, and because of doctor's or-
ders and a necessary hasty depart-j
ure, an interview was precluded.
Miss Ponselle adhered to tradi-
tion in announcing through her
official representative that she was"
performing despite a. temporary
illness. One did not notice, how-+
ever, that the soprano had a 'fever
last night as she sang with a fer-
vor that equalled her other per-
formances.
Her appearance on the stage wass
indeed striking. She wore a gown'
of heavy white satin with a cape
of matching material bordered.
with a wide band of dark fox fur.
Brilliants forbearrings and several
rhinestone bracelets which added
sparkle were inrkeeping with the
rest of her attire.
Miss Ponselle is staying with
friends in Bloomfield hills after
which she will continue her concert
tour appearing next at Oberlin'col-
lege.
Women at Iowa Take
Aggressive Advan es

I NTRAMTTRAL
NTERCLA S S
NEWS
Bowling Meet.
Preliminaries for the women's
bowling meet will be held Tuesday
and Wednesday, March 15 and 16.1
The finals will be on the following
Wednesday. All women who intend
to enter may practice in the bowl-
ing alleys of Palmer Field house
every afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock'
and every evening from 7 to 9 o'-
clock. Anyone interested should
sign up at once in Barbour gymna-
sium.
Elective Posture Class.

SE ( E A

'ROBIN HOOD' WILLINCLUDE MANY
WELL-KNOWN MUSICALNUMBERS

Alan a
by

Dale's Role to Be Played
Mrs. LaVon Greiner,
Mrs. Hope Eddy.

Despite
She

Unfortunate Experience,
Believes It Necesary

to Preserve Society.

"Can we dispense with mar-
riage?" was discussed by Senora de
Altag in Natural Science auditor-
ium yesterday afternoon
The married life of the senora,
which she related, was unfortun-
ate. She was married at nineteen
to a young German-American who
died the following year, leaving her
with a child four months old
The loss of her husband made her

"Robin Hood" is one of the few
operettas which can claim musical
numbers that are as popular after
years of appearing on nearly every
type of program as on that opening
night when they were first sung to
an eager and enthusiastic audience.
Few songs could stand being
played as many times in as many
music halls as "My Love, My Own
Sweetheart," and "Brown October
Ale," and very few could withstand
the strain of being sung and en-
cored as often as "Oh Promise Me."
It is interesting to note that the
role of Alan a Dale, who sings "Oh
Promise Me," was written for a
contralto voice and that, therefore,
the part has always been played by
a woman.
In selecting the cast for the
forthcoming campus production it
was found that two of the tryouts,
Mrs. Hope Eddy, spec., and Mrs. La-
Von Greiner, spec., had equally
beautiful voices, and had equal

ease in adapting themselves to the
role of the youthful member of the
outlaw's band of merry men.
Since there was no way to choose
between them each woman is to
have a chance to do the part, Mrs.
Eddy playing it Friday night, and
Mrs. Greiner Saturday night. Mrs.
Eddy will be remembered for the
concert work which she has done
here, and Mrs. Greiner was the
winner of an Atwater Kent contest
a few years ago. Other women in
the cast are Dorathea Torbeson,
'32SM., Helen VanLoon, '32SM, and
Frances Johnson, '33.
Coeds at the University of Wis-
consin are helping welfare workers
in Madison in their huge task of
taking care of needy unemployed,
it was revealed this week.

FOURAEEPLEDGEDl
TO DELTAOICRO
Delta Omicron, national musical
sorority, held pledging ceremonies
for four women Sunday morning at
11 o'clock in the Cave of the
League.
Those taken into the society were
Elizabeth Walz, '35SM., of Saginaw
Dorothy Benjamin, '32SM., of De-
troit; Mabel Mercer. '34SM., of
Baldwinsville, N.Y.; and Lois Zim-
merman, '35SM., Detroit. Erie Web-
er, '32, as president of the local
chapter, officiated.
The affair ended a week of in'ten-
sive rushing during which time the
sorority entertained a t m a n y
charming parties.

The elective posture class which
usually meets at 7:15 Tuesday
nights will meet Wednesday eve-
ning instead this week. Anybody in-
terested in this type of work is
urged to attend. Classes are held
in Barbour gymnasium.

L
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f

yearn for a "weltanschauung " or
philosophy of life, and after in-
vestigating her own Roman Cath-
olic religion and spiritualism she
devoted herself to the study of
theosophy, in which movement she
has worked for 22 years
The lecturer considers marriage
from two viewpoints The first is
that of the individual, his evolution
or development through the influ-
ence of marriage -

Swimming Meet.
Preliminaries f o r the annual
women's swimming meet will begin
at 8 o'clock tonight in the Union
pool._

EASTER HATS
New-Distinctive-Youthful--All headsizcs
McKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State Street

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(i Ten Aes Srvice)
IOWA CITY, March 7.-Roller
skates . .. toy telephones in their
arms ... signs on the backs of their
coats inviting the reader to please
call! What is the younger gener-
ation of women on the University
of Iowa campus coming to?
But, when one stops to inquire,
one finds out that these are indi-
cative neither of insanity nor of
the depression, but are merely
signs of a period of the year which,
to the pledges of fraternities and
sororities, means the undergoing
of a treatment the like. of which.
they have never before received-
probation.
The women who so naively invite
phone calls are just obeying the
orders of the actives of Alpha Xi
Delta, while those who glide here
and there on roller skates and who
sometimes may be seen carrying the
toy telephones are the pledges of
Delta Zeta.
Af

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WEEKLY RATES
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Sunday Dinner 75c
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