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January 18, 1936 - Image 5

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Meeting Of Junior Women Will


Held Tuesday


Now is the time to start giving three cheers for Alpha Phi . . . They
turned out Tuesday for a basketball game with 22 people ready to play .. .
It was tough luck all around because their opponents, A.E.Phi, turned out
too but weren't allowed to play, four of their members having colds . .. It
was hard on the Alpha Phis because they didn't get a chance to play and
on the A.E.Phis because they won the volleyball tournament and really had
good intentions for the basketball tournament ...
Thursday afternoon the basketball floor was bustling with excitement
as Zone Three played Tri Delt . . . Playing for Zone Three, under Sally
Kenny, captain, we saw Sally Messing, Betty Robertson, Mary Jane Moran,
Ester Brous and June Adams . .. Dottie Ray, Charlene Valet, Pauline Kalb,
Lyda Whitney, Avis Dey, M. Kay Andres and Bettie Wahl were doing their
bit for Tri Delt but Zone Three won 19-15 . . . The next game on Thurs-
day was between Mosher and Zone Five . . . Both teams played like experts
and the on-lookers had to keep alert just to follow the ball as it went back
and forth across the middle line . . . Zone Five held the advantage from
the first, with Virginia Donahue's lightning baskets one after the other in
the first quarter . . . Jeanette Schroeder also did her part to keep the score
up . .. And Zcne Five just couldn't have gotten along without Louise Paine's
southern accent chiming in every now and then with a "Whoo"! . .. Louise
Lockeman flew around for Mosher "on little cat feet" . .. No wonder her
guard couldn't keep track of her. . . Ann Thompson started Mosher off with
a basket in the early part of the game but the Mosher forwards had plenty
of trouble getting the ball through Nedra Evans, guard for Zone Five . . .
Jane Mapes made a basket for the Zone, followed by one for Mosher by
Ruth Carr . . . Ann Thompson dropped in another one for Mosher and
the game ended with a close score of 13-9, favor of Zone Five . . .
Bowlers Get Ready .. .
We found plenty of activity on the bowling floor Thursday . . . Mar-
guerite Ganzhorn and Sophia Lovchuk were adding up scores for the singles
tournament . . . Adeline Singleton, Harriet Shackleton and Hope Hartwig
had formed a team of three for the Theta house and were showing much
enthusiasm . .. Thelma Peterson, bowling manager, was hitting the pins
on the nose and her brother, who was playing with her, seemed to be
as adept as she .. . It must run in the family . . . The alleys were full
during the whole bowling hour, with people waiting on the sidelines most
of the time ...
Next Wednesday at 3:20 p.m. the beginners' fencing class is going to have
a demonstration in correct fencing by the advanced fencers, who have been
coached by Dr. G. May. . . The regular beginners' class meets every Monday
and Wednesday at 3:20 p.m... .
And one way to start the new year right is to start checking up on
W.A.A points . . . The fact that it's almost certain that one league point
will be given for (1) 100 W.A.A. points for being on a class team, providing
you participate about twice a week or (2) 75 W.A.A. points, received from
being on intramural teams or (3) for one season's activity which means at
least twelve participations ought to be an added incentive, as should the
fact that the W.A.A. board is thinking very seriously of lessening the number
of points necessary for awards . . . Then they'll probably help get you to
the spread that's going to be given March 5, barring earthquakes and the
like . .. And Lois Spreen, Louise Lockeman, and Jean Gourlay have been
appointed as the committee in charge of it . . . But to return to those
W.A.A. points, transfer students may also have their points checked .. .
For all of you the procedure is the same, just report to the Undergraduate
Office of the League Friday between 1 and 3:30 p.m. and any questions
you might have on the subject will be answered as well as possible - - .
Starring Alpha Phi ...
Do pardon us if we seem to get lyrical about Alpha Phi but we can't
get over the way they sort of bolster up the spirit of everyone by appearing
with loads of enthusiastic rooters and a team, but it would be pretty hard
to overrate it, in fact well-nigh impossible . . . Anyhow the game that
inspired this was Friday's game with Kappa Delta ... Though the Kappa
Deltas were good, they really didn't have much of a chance with the playing
of Betty Lyon, Ann Smith, Barbara Stewart and Virginia Nimmo, who really
had a system that just went to town as can be seen by the fact that the score
ended 34-4 . . . Then the Alpha Delta Pi's defaulted and thus the Pi Phi's
must play Sorosis to decide who enters the semi-finals of the B tournament
with A.O.Pi's as their opponents . . . But to return to the A tournament, we
predict that the game between Zone 5 and Jordan next week is going to be
quite a battle, but we're willing to lay our odds on Zone 5 . . . Then Alpha
Phi will play Betsy Barbour next Tuesday at 5 and that's another game
of great promise, with incidentally, a story attached to it . . . It seemed that
just before the opening of the tournament, Alpha Phi needing practice,
challenged Betsy, and Betsy won the game by two baskets which occurred
just at the end of the game. . . So the Alpha Phi's are out for revenge..
And in the B tournament the game between Martha Cook and Zone 3 ought
to be another honey . . . Martha Cook was one of the best in the volley-ball
tournament and we're predicting a wonderful sports future for them ...
Students Trounce Faculty.. .
And the students turned the tables on the faculty by beating them six
out of eight matches at the mixed badminton match Wednesday night .. .
which was a very courageous thing to do just before exams came up, we
know you'll all agree . . . The faculty won one mixed doubles and one of the
womens doubles and "Pete" Hartwig was the only one of the faculty to win
both her matches . . . The matches were as follows: Margaret Goodrich, '37,

and Eustace Fox, Grad., beat Miss Hilda Burr and Captain Richard Coursey,
Jane Quirk and Harry Kasabach, '37M, beat Dr. Margaret Bell and Profes-
sor Arthur Boak . . . Louise Lockeman, '37, and Don Brownlee, Grad., de-
feated Miss Virginia Peasley (of the southern accent) and Mr. A. Jamesa
and last but not least Miss Hartwig and Mr. Earl Riskey beat Louise Paine,
'36Ed., and Paul Coursey, '36, to keep up the reputation of the faculty . . .
Then in the women's doubles Miss Burr and Miss Hartwig beat Louise Locke-
man while Margaret Goodrich and Jane Quirk reversed the situation by
defeating Miss Laurie Campbell and Miss Peasley . . . The faculty completely
lost out in the men's doubles when Eustace Fox and Harry Kasabach beat
Professor Boak and Captain Coursey, and Paul Coursey and Don Brownlee
combined to defeat Mr. Riskey and Mr. James . . . and that completes the
tournament, with the students way ahead . . . And next week there's the
semi-finals of the basketball tournament, dance club . . . and lots else
before us, so 'bye 'til then .

Chairman For J.G..

Will Discuss
Presentation Of1
'7 Girls' Play
Dean Lloyd Will Explain
Tradition- Dr. Bell To
Address Group Also
There will be a mass meeting of all
junior women at 5 p.m. Tuesday in
the ballroom of the League, Edith
Zerbe, '37, chairman of this year's

Delta igmna .111Namiesto the senior wardenship was filled
I~e~a Si~trlI~i amesby Arthur Mansure, '37BAd.
Bateson New Treasurer The pledging of George Wells, '37-
In a special election Sunday, Er- B was announced by the frater-
nest Bateson, '37BAd, was elected
treasurer of Delta Sigma Pi, pro-
fessional business administration pI ETA SIGMA
has resigned. Phi Eta Sigma will hold a meeting
To fill the position, Bateson re-I at 6:30 p.m. at the Union, according
signed as senior warden', which place to Sydney Smith president. The busi-
was taken by Raymond Conrad, '38.
The position of junior warden, left ness meeting will be preceded by a
vacant by the promotion of Conrad supper.



six Students
Model Gowns
At League Tea

Evening Gowns,
Appropriate For
Are Displayed

J1 Hop

Formals suitable for J-Hop wear
were modeled by prominent women
on campus at the Style Show, a fea-
ture of yesterday's League tea. Both
wraps and gowns were included in a
collection sponsored by a local shop.
Marcia Connell, '39, wore a black
velvet hooded wrap. The white
bunny fur which lined and faced
the hood proved a flattering frame
for her face. When she removed
the coat she revealed a bright floral
print formal with a matching full-
sleeved jacket.
A graceful white chiffon formal
was modeled by Eleanor French, '39,
Long, flowing angel-wing scarfs,
rhinestone at the neck and the front
of the belt distinguished this dress.
Lucille Wright, '36, appeared in a
monk's hood black velvet coat, lined
with white. Her bright flame crepe
formal was trimmed with fashionable
fringe. Burgundy velvet formed an
interesting wrap worn by Rebecca
Bursley, '39. Underneath she wore
a black chiffon formal, featuring
puffed sleeves, a filmy, graceful neck-
line, and a rhinestone trim.
Betty Ronal, '38, appeared in a
black velvet wrap, with a little turn-
over Peter Pan colyiar of white bun-
ny to match the muff. Her dress
was a most effective silver and black
print ,distinguished by a flaring pep-
lum and the popular square neck.
Four flat green velvet bows joined
the wide shoulder straps to the bo-
A short black wrap was worn by
Elizabeth Roe, '36. The bodice of
her flame chiffon6formal was softly
eathered and the neck was high both
front and back.
Additional entertainment was pro-
vided by a freshman tap chorus under
the direction of Miss Marie Hartwig.
The chorus was composed of Ruth
Harris, Jane Lyon, Dorothy Luther,
Lorraine Lambert, Esther Bonatin,
Betty Riddell, Rhoda Wilson and
Barbara Gibson.

Junior Girls' Play, announced late
last night.
The purpose of this meeting, Miss
erbe explained, is to acquaint the
members of the class with the system
to be used in casting this year's
Junior Girls' Play, the function of
the various committees, the part the
entire class plays in the production,
and the entral committee's selection
of the play.
The principle speakers at the meet-
ing will be Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Miss Virginia Frink,
director of the play, and Miss Zerbe.
Miss Lloyd will address the class,
speaking on the tradition the play
has become through the work of past
junior classes as well as the place it
is to fill in the life of each junior.
Dr. Bell, in her speech, plans to em-
phasize the necessity of keeping in
excellent physical condition during
the production.
Miss Frink is to announce the plot
of this year's play, giving a brief
sketch of the scenes, costuming,
dance and song numbers which have
been arranged. Miss Zerbe, in addi-
tion to addressing the class, will in-
troduce the members of the central
Members of the committee are:
Betty Anne Beebe, chairman of the
dance committee; Barbara Hanna,
music; Grace Snyder, finance; Char-
lotte Hamilton, ushers; Mary Lam-
bie, properties; Margaret Guest, cos-
tumes; Jane O'Ferrall, make-up;
Gretchen Lehmann, tickets; Doris
Wisner, programs and Charlotte
Rueger, publicity.
Casting for the dance and song
choruses as well as the principle
characters is to be held the first part
of the second semester, Miss Zerbe
TolBe 1Presented.
"Personal Appearance,' the comedy
hit which ran on Broadway for two
years will be seen for the week be-
ginning Sunday, Jan. 19, at the Cass
Theatre, Detroit.
The play was written by Lawrence
Riley, and produced by Brock Pem-
berton, is a good-natured satire of
Hollywood withthe main action tak-
ing place in a tourist's home in
There will be a bargain matinee
Wednesday, and the usual Saturday
matinee. Tickets will be on sale be-
ginning Monday morning, Jan. 13, at
I the box office.

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