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THE MiCHIGAN DAILY

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Moping On The Mall Physieal
By Meandering Minnie .
The air reeks of orange blossoms, the campus is filled with starry-eyed Fi. gure-Skating,
brides of the future-in other words, a spree of engagements is taking place. . '
Even our noble editor has went and done it! iving, 1 11Sk
Corny Davidson, who is to be married come Feb-
18, was given another shower yesterday at the Sorosis To Be Taught
house by Beverly Bracken and a gal named Eimy.
(Name not permitted. Is leader of the A.A. Nazi spy
ring.) Corny stamped in, covered with snow from LaCrosse And Camp Craft
stem to stern, to find Lib Hegge,ABetsy Robinson, Phyl Added To Curriculu
w Kennedy, .Phyl Gallagher, M. A. McAndrews, Dotty
Lavan, Barb Wheat, Carolyn Coller, Mary Ellen For Out-Door Season
Wheeler, Betty Schick, Jeanne Donaldson and Mar-
garet Hubbard ready to ply her with gifts. Classes in figure skating, diving, in-
Stephanie Parfet, barb Weeks and Ann Vedder door baseball and country and folk
were there too, bearing towels, great quantities of dancing will be added to the regular
soap, dental floss and Bon Ami. Liz Titus nursed a physical education program next sea-
sore arm ("just a bird with a broken pinion") where son, Miss Dorotby Beise, of the wom-
someone had accidentally parboiled her in a pot of hot tea. en's physical education department'
The first undergraduate tea of the semester brought many a girl over announced yesterday.
to the League Friday afternoon. Barb Heath was lurking around, overseeing Two classes in figure-skating will
her handiwork. Audrey Sorenson, June Wales, Virginia Ward, Helen Gold- be taught by James Lawton, from the
berg, Jane Jewitt, H. J. Dean. Nancy Dall, Frances Bourke, Sybil Swartout Detroit Olympia, one at 3:30 p.m.
and Elaine Jacobs came in to watch how the girls have fun at a hen party Monday and Wednesday and the
other at the same hour Tuesday and!
in full swing. Thursday. To enroll in the class stu-
Unrestrained Fun Had By All . dents must be able to skate forward'
and backward and cut corners cor-
Ginny Mulholland, Jane Elspass, Norma Vint and Helen Austin were rectly.
among the many others who checked in at the door for a spot of tea an/ Folk Dancing To Be Given f
lof u nrestrained fun.The country and folk dancing which
lots ofursrandfn
she W.A.A. bordmet the other dayand ~will include square dancing, will be
The W.A.A. boar me given at 3:20 p.m. Tuesday and'
started things off right nattily by a sprightly rendi- Thursday. The class will be similar
tion of "Happy Birthday" to Ruth Hartman. No, to that held last summer in the
we refuse to give it all away-you'll have to ask her. League, Miss Beise said. Tap dancing,
However, it is reported by reliable sources that she ~ both beginning and intermediate, and
is not much more than 17. The gaiety ended on a modern dance will also be offered. The
sordid note when a session of spanking, instigated '- =-advanced classes in modern dance will!
be given for pupils interested in corn-
by Buffy White, ensued. position.
Norma Curtis was there, Ginny Allen, Marge The program will also include be-
Merkpr, Bobby Eppstein, Pedo Ortmayer, Julia Ann ginning and intermediate badmin-
Upson, Dottie Maul, Beth O'Roke, Alberta Royal, ton, the intermediate classes to con-
Betty-Lou Witters, Sally Corcoran and a cute little centrate on strokes, court strategy
number from East Tawas. Jane Dunbar sailed in and tournament play. Body mechan-
by the skin of her teeth to just get her face in the 'Ensian picture in time. ics, fencing, beginning skating and
Tsk, Miss D. swimming will also be offered. The
diving classes will spend most of their
Fencin Round Robin Is Begun time learning the more complicated
dives, and some diving will also be
A fencing round robin (merely an expression used by us of the athletic taught in the intermediate swimming
world, and not an ornithological phenomena) has fascinated the girls. Jane class.

Straight Lines Favored

Thoughts Wander
To J-Hop Formals
In lHs tory Lecture

Mu Phi Epsilon
Gives Musical

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Here we go again . . concluded last Four Initiated At Formal
hour with Anglo-French Entente .,. Program Yesterday
Jan. 21, 1904 . . . how does he ever'
remember all those dates hope Gamma Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon.
he doesn't expect us to on the exam
humm... exams... pleasant honorary music sorority, presented at
thought . . . then 'J-Hop . .what a 8 p.m. yesterday, a formal musical at
combination . . . wish I knew what the home of Mrs. Dana Seeleyon La-
kind of formal I want ... scarlet wool fayette Road, foif their patronesses.
crazy idea, but boy! would it be The program consisted of a "Son-
fun . . . probably black . . . haven't ata" in E. Minor. for harpsichord, by
got one . . . you can always wear Haydn, played by Alive Manderbach.
black . . . wish I were a brunette . . . A group of old French songs were
dark, exotic . . . then Id wear scar- sung by Jean Seeley. soprano, ac-
let wool, all right . . . I look lousy in companied by Miss Manderbach.
red . . . all washed out and feature- Also on the prtgram were "Soiata"
less . . . rats! what was that . . . No. 5, first and last movements, by
missed it . . . something about Mo- Frederick the Great, of Prussia, for
rocco . . . it's probably in the book flute and harpsichord. played by
anyway . . . yep, always wanted to Mildred Small, spec. SM., and Miss
wear red . . . I'll stick to blues and Manderbach. "Cantique des petits
black, though . . . safer . . . red and oiseaux," a song with lute and spinet
wool ...long sleeves ...sophisticated accompaniment, - words by Abbe
. . maybe off-the-shoulder too . - . Jacques Cassagre, sung by Jean
can you imagine long sleeves off-the- ! Seeley who was accompanied by Miss
shoulder . . . people would think I'd Small and Miss Manderbach.

Education

Program Is

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Scott, Nancy Gossard, Cecily Forrest, Mary Lou Mills and Phyllis Hoffmeyer
are among the ones enthralled by the mask and the foils, or is it ferls?
The last Ruthven Tea before exams was given yesterday. Marge Strand,
Katie Vaughn, Yvonne Westrate, Martha Peters, Doris Marshner, Jim
Palmer, Bill Braggs, Dorothy Dunlap, Marg Carrigan,
Ross Perine and Bill Harrison were observed straggling
in at odd hours.
Bill Newton had planted himself on the floor and
was promptly surrounded by four beautiful women.
Statement can't be proved-is mere rumor. Maddy
Krieghoff spent the afternoon squiring some Sigma
Nus around the Ruthven's home.
Waldo Abbot was sitting in the library in front
of a stunning and most fitting background of books.
Betty Slee appeared, also the Henderson sister act, Mary and Fran, Dotty
Aiken and Marcia Sharfman, who was serving tea to Prof. and Mrs. Parg-
ment.

Recreational Leadership
A course in recreational leadership
will be given again this year. This is
a semester course of particular inter-
est for students interested in camp
work. A house party is always held
at the end of the semester at a near-
by camp for students enrolled in the
course, and a certificate is given if
the work is successfully completed.
Skiing will be taught every suitable
afternoon at the Arboretum by'
Charles Van Houten for anyone who
wishes instruction, including begin-
ners. Those interested may call the,
Women's Athletic Building to find,
out whether Mr. Van Houten will be
at the Arboretum any afternoon. Skis
and toboggans may be obtained by
women students at the W.A.A. build-
ing.
Camp Craft In Spring
New courses which will be offered
during the outdoor season next se-
mester will include camp craft and
LaCrosse. The class in camp craft
will specialize in fire building, camp
cooking, hiking, overnight camping
and other activities connected with
camping. LaCrosse will be taught by
Miss Barbara Crowe, of the women's
physical education department, who
has a great deal of experience with
the sport.
Archery, modern dance, canoeing,
golf, riding, swimming and tennis will
also be offered.
Students are to sign up for both
seasons during classification in Feb-
ruary. Upperclassmen as well as
freshmen may enroll in the classes,
and those interested are asked to
sign up during regular classification.
Jordan Hall Wins
In Class B Finals
Jordan Hall defeated Kappa Alpha
Theta by a score of 17-7 to win the
class B women's intramural basket-
ball tournament. In the absence of
the captain, June Richter, '39Ed, Jor-
dan Hall was led by Joan Bevington,
40Ed.
The members of the winning team
were Margaret Cotton, '42; Billie
Cugell, '42; Larbara Suffrin, '42;
Mary Richardson, '40Ed; Patricia
Mathews, '40 and Jane Scott, '41.
The members of Kappa Alpha The-
ta's team were Mary McClure, '42;
Harriet Thom, '40; Betty Bonisteel,
'39; Sybil Swartout, '39; Anna Caro-
lyn Martin, '39; Elsie Burkett, '42;
Marjorie Patterson, '42 and captain,
Jane Grove, '41.
According to a new schedule this
year, the winner of the Class BTour-
nament will play the runner-up ins
the Class A Division.

(gone berserk... better to be sweet1 Preceding the musical, initiation
and simple in black net, I guess . . . ceremonies were held for Dorothy
I'm tired of being sweet and simple Eckert, Spec.SM.; Sarah Lacey and
. . at least it will be off-the-shoulder Louise Cuyler of the School of Music
. maybe strapless . . . with a jacket Faculty, and Mrs. Clara B. McAn-
... better get to work here or I'll have drew, who is on the Conservatory of
to copy Janie's notes again . . . Alge- Music of Michigan State Normal
ciras Convention . . . brought France College at Ypsilanti. Mrs. McAn-
and England closer together . .. drew is the mother of Mary Alice
McAndrew, '4SM, wtio is secretary
Dance Interviews of Gamma Chapter.
' Refreshments were served by Mrs.
Will Be i Tod Seeley at the close of the evening's
llegin odayentertainment.
Coats for those dressy occasions, Interviews for women interested in
Coat fo thse ress ocasinspositions on the central comirnttee
whether a date for the Union or a j for Frosh Frolic will be held from
trip to Detroit, are now featuring 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. today in the Under-
the straight slim silhouette in con- graduate Office of the League, Sybil
trast to that of the flared coats.S,3
diciary Council, announced. ki;-
Trimmed with a mink or kolinsky Eligibility slips and petitions should
collar, the coat has an air of smart be presented at the interview, Miss
sophistication. Swartout said. The names of those
women chosen by the Council will be 1
announced Friday.
Benefit Bridge Tea To A
Will Be Saturday Alkalosis' Is Malady$
Of Lovers, Worriers I.95 up
The Delta Gamma Alumnae and }
Mothers Club will give a bridge tea Unhappy lovers suffer from "alka- I.1
at 2:30 p.m., Saturday at the chapter losis," Dr. William J. Kerr, head ofCLLEhern d
houe ithe University of California medical
department announced this week. 219 -South
The benefits received from the tea 'l.m t
will go to the Seeing Eye of Morris- Akalosis" is what makes them un-
willgo o te Sein Ey ofMoris-I happy, the doctor explained. It is al- _______ ______
town, N.J., national aid for the blind, so the affliction of people who worry
which is a project of the sorority. about the stock market, unpaid bills,
Ellsworth Smith of Detroit and his or anything else, he added.
Seeing Eye dog were nacently brought Heavy sighing-usually associated
to Ann Arbor by the club to speak on with shattered romances-is te chief ncore Rus
his experiences with his dog. breathing causes "alkalosis," Dr. Kerr
The benefit party is open to any- said, by draining carbonic gas from
one interested. Reservations for play- the blood stream. It is followed by answer t
ing cards or sewing may be made by palpitation of the heart, trembling,
calling the chapter house. dizziness, and pains.
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