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FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1932 FHE MICHIAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

WOMEN DEBATERS
RECEIVEASAR
Local Team Members Presented
With Honor Medals.
Members of'the women's d:bate
teams of the University who pr-
ticipated in at least one judged
contest during the past season were
presented with medals yestecdayi
afternoon by-Mr. Herbert G. Wat-
kir s, assistant secretary of the Uni-
versity.
These medals a r e provided
through a fund which was given by
Mrs. Edsel Ford in 1923 for the pur-,
pos- of furthering women's debate
on this camnus. Besides the med-
als, scholarships are given to each
member of a team from this same
fund.
The women who 'participated in
Univerzity conrte;2ts during the past
year arc Jean Hagaman, '33; Gladys
Baker, '33; Dorothy Daniels, '32;
Eleancre M. Gilmore, '33; Dorothy
Davis, '33, and Alice Pilbert, '33.

INITIATION IS HELD
10 Junior Women Become New
Members of Honorary ,
Society.
The initiation ceremony for the
newly elected members of Mortar-
board, national senior honopry so-
ciety, was held in the chapel of the
League building, Sunday, May 15,
after which a breakfast was served.
The outcome of the election of
new officers is: Barbara Braun,
president; Vinselle Bartlett, vice-
president; Aileen Clark, treasurer;
Catherine Heesen, secretary; and
Margaret Keal, correspondent.
The newly elected members in-
clude:. Barbara Braun, Vinselle
Bartlett, Aileen Clark, Jean Bots-
ford, Jane Fecheiner, Helen DeWitt,
Margaret Keal, Catherine Heesen,
Jane Rayen, and Evelyn Neilson.
Among the former members of
Mortarboard who attended t h e
breakfast were Dr. Margaret Elliot
of the economics department and
School of Business Administration,
who gave the response of the alum-
ni members; Miss Elsie Murray of
Detroit, the national vice-president
of Mortarboard; Mrs. T. Hornberg-
er of Ann Arbor;, Mrs. K. Litzen-
berg, Miss Isabelle Rayen, and
Phyllis Jones of Battle Creek.
PARENTS FILE COMPLAINTS.

Seen on Campus
One clever outfit that was seen
on campus yesterday served the
wearer two pu-rposes. With the
jacket on, it was a smart little white:
wool suit with a blue and white
printed ascot. With the jacket off,
a white wool-lace blouse was re-
vealed and the printed scarf was
tied around the waist to make an
outfit dressy enough for any affair.
A little white turban made of the
-same material as the suit, trimmed
with the blue and white of the ascot
cbmpleted this charming and prac-
tical costume.
Blue is eveh' adapting itself to
polo coats this, season and an ex-
ceptionally smart one was seen,
rapidly coming out of Romance
Languages. Perhaps it was the ac-
cessories that brought out the ex-
treme chic of the whole. The hat
was of straw, almost the identical
shade of the coat, while the purse
and shoes were of dark blue. The
purse was small and of dull leather
while the shsoes were plain pumps.

GOETA LJUNGBERG, FESTIVAL STAR,
ADMITS HOBBY-LOVES TO BUY HATS

a pretty town," says Miss Goeta
Ljungberg, the lovely singer from
Sweden. "I was born up in the
mountains, the forests, of northern
,Sweden, and I love it there, but it
is very beautiful here."
Miss Ljungberg, for all her prac-
tices during the day, and another
one before her performance, was
yet very gracious and generous with
her time. She had been out buying
hats during the af.ernoon. Hats are
her hobby. "I can't go by a hat
store without going in. But I can
:ave 50 hats and I must still have
a 'love hat' that I wear all the
time."
Returning to mausic: "All the
Americans who sing have such fine
voices," she remarked. "They have
that quality, 'colaire' that I like
so much." She has always been in-
terested in music, and began her
tinging when she was just a little
girl. People told her when she was
fourteen or fifteen that she had a
wonderful voice, so it was then that
she really started training it. She

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