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E MICHIGAN DAILY

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SOCI ETY

Yrs. John N. Garner Will Wear
Simple Gown At Inaugural B

)men' s Team
ebates With
Northwestern

Debutantes Work On Plans For Inaugural Ball

Pledgeingf Is 'Many Dances
Main Feature Are Scheduled
For Sororities For Week-End
Many Members Have Left Sorority And Fraternities
For Week-End; Others Plan Social Activities To
Have Guests Visiting Begin New Semester

WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. - (IP -
"Just as plain and simple as I am"
was the description Mrs. John N.
Garner gave today of the evening
,ewn she will wear both to the White,
House next Tuesday night and tol
the Inaugural ball March 4.
The dress will have atdouble his-
torical significance in that It will
grace her final important official ap-
pearance in her role of speaker's
'wife, President Hoovrer, s dinner t he,
speaker; and also her first social
whirl in her new role of wife of the
vice president.-

we'll call it satin," she said, sinkl
into a chair for a little breath
spell. "It has a soft, lacy light co
that starts in the back about I
(she indicated a point above
shoulder blades) and that come
ward on both sides to form a co
effect at the neck, goinVg on dc
the front to a little V below the w
"Thde trimming isn't dead wlIA
but light, and it is embroidered Y
sequins that give it a yellowish-s
cast."

Audience Balloted, Votes
Not Yet Correlated Afterj;.
Debate At Elkhart, Ind.
Michigan's women's debate team
met Northwestern's team in an audi-
ence decision debate Thursday night
in the auditorium of Elkhart High
School, Elkhart, Ind.
Michigan's team, composed of.:..
Dorothy Davis, '33, Jenne Hagaman,
'33, and Eleanor Blum, '35, upheld
the affirmative of the question, Re-
solved, That the Federal Radio Com-
mission should be empowered to or- u
ganize all radio broadcasting com-
panies into a single monopolistic
concern under federal control.
Ballots were given to each one in
thne audience at the beginning of the
debate on which the voter was asked
whether he were strongly or slightlyI
negative or affmative or net
After the debate, they were asked to
vote again, this time marking any
change of opinion. Any shift toward --Associated Press Photo
one side or the other will count as These debutante daughters of prominent Washington Democrats
a vote for them. The votes have not are making plans for the younger set to participate in the inaugural
yet been correlated. ball and other festivities in connection with the inauguration of Frank-
The afirmative, offering a serious Jin D. Roosevelt. Left to right; ieanor Branson, Elizabeth Wheeler,
presentation of the question were met daughter of Senator Wheeler, of Montana, and Helen Coolidge, daugh-
by a farcical discussion on the part t
of Northwestern's team. The Affir- _ ter of Senaor Coolidge, of Massachusetts.
mative based their arguments on the
evils inherent in the present com-ipet-i
itive system and pointed out where Fat C 1 wns Are Featur'e In
a monopoly of radio broadcasting -.C

Mrs. Garner, in the third of herE
Sororities have had an active week After last week-end of social activ- multiple character parts in the dra-
of entertaining. Sevcral pledgings ities, the campus has not let down. ma of public affairs, secretary to herz
have been announced and n hany Delta Theta Phi, law fraternity, and husband, was packing for the move,
houses are giving rushing dinners. ! from the house to the senate side,
Many have left the campus for the= Phi Beta Delta will hold dances to-. fteCpio ssedeciene
weekend.night. Beta Kappa Rho, society of dress.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA women living in unorganized houses, "It's black, satin I think, anyhow
Alpha Chi Omega announces the will also give a dance tonight from 11
pledging last night of Betty Bergen- 8':30 to 12 p. in. at the Women's Ath- Ve1vt'a
den, '34, of New York City, and leticBudn.e e P E
Helen Brandt, '36, of Ludington. The uil
'gDELTA THETA PHI hI Par is te-
house is entertaining one guest this Delta Theta Phi Law fraternity is __
week-end, Sally Wilbur, '32, of PortTL
Huron. giving a dinner dance tonight. The PARIS, Feb. 18.-(IP)-Velvet holds
DELTA GAMMAe G guests will be Margaret Smith, '34, the spotlight when Paris dances these
.Three of the Delta Gamma girls Martha. Foster, '34, of Ann Arbor, einns
are spending the week-end in Chi- Genevieve Spencer, '34, Elinor Allen, We t he n e, dec-
sago The ar Jan Mithel, '3, Erated to resemble the queer old Place
cag The are Jane Mitchel '3,'4, Helen Bentley, 33, Lo Ella Ger- du Terte in the historic Montmartre
Heesn, 33.' nan f Lnsin, HlenFlyn, 35,quarter, held its recent after-mid-
HeeseA MC33.Marion Crippen of Alma, Blanche night gala, chic Parisians thronged
ALPHA OMICRON PI Barnhart of East Lansing, Helen its dance floor in velvet frocks, vel-1
A hard times party is being planned Bailey, '33, Marie Metzger, '35, vet slippers and velvet gloves.k
for Tuesday night at Alpha Omicron Marion Pearson of Detroit, Vera New small coiffures which fitted
Pi. Chaperons will be Mrs. Charles Johnson of Ann Arbor, Virginia Han- the head as closely as a cap, dia-,
S. Beeheimer, house mother. Mrs. lon of Detroit, Ruth Alward of Ann mond bracelets instead of earrings
Franklin Moore, from Kappa Alpha Arbor, Elizabeth Wilmon of Ann and little wraps worn with frocks
Theta house; Mrs. Eva Anderson, Arbor. spelled other style notes of impor-
from Alpha Phi, and Mrs. Maude The chaperons will be Mrs. Alex- tance.
Thompson, from Theta Phi Alpha. ander Bochnowski, of East Chicago, Many costumes reflected spring-
Music will be furnished by Max Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. William De- time flower tones. Madame d'Estain-
Crossman. Haan, of Ypsilanti. ville wore a black velvet princess?
Last night 12 guests were enter- Pfl 1ETA DELTA frock with a piquant jacket of rose
tamed at a rushing dinner. Spring Phi Beta Delta is holding a dance pizk tulle made with puifc elbow
flowers and ivory tapers decorated f w T o , sleeves and tied with a big bow under
tonightfowhcTeKok'or
the tables. Another rushing dinner chmstr wil play. Te Khpes are her chin.
for 10 guests will be given Monday M and Mrs. Saul M. Schwarz, Mr. Several smart guests appeared in
night. and Mrs. Morris Fishman, and Mr. hyacinth blue velvet frocks designed'
CHI OMEGA and Mrs. Joseph Modell, all of De- on princess lines with scalloped hems .
An informal tea will be held Sun- troit, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward and trains; another chose leaf green
day at Chi Omega. Brooks Eliezer of Ann Arbor. velvet with a scarf and gloves to
Ruth Root, '35, will be in Lansing- . -. match. 1
to attend the Theta Kappa Nu for- Many women wore one or two dia-
mal dance. Mary Gaylord, '35, is affair. Mrs. Eliezer is an alumna of mond bracelets outside their velvet
spending the week-end at her home PhiSmaSigsan gloves which were wrinkled over
in Algonae down the forearm. One striking cos-
ALPHA XI DELTA Rose Modell of Detroit is spending tume of carnation red velvet was
Charlotte Etzold, of Bay City, will the week-end as house guest. worn with red velvet gloves almost
be a week-end guest at Alpha Xi ZETA TAU ALPHA corncea 1d by dazzling diamond brace-
Delta. Ann Mayhugh Ratliff,'32 has Zeta Tau Alpha entertained sh from wrist to elbow.

Mrs. Garner said she hadn't ye
selected the gown she would wea
on inauguration day for the cere
monies at the Capitol, but that
would certainly be some variation
her favorite "black with toucheso
white.
Adelia Cheever
Gives Scholarshij
The board of governors of Adeli
Cheever House has awarded the Ali
Martin Scholarship of $100 to Ann
Sorenson, '33. This . is the seco
dime Miss Sorenson has been the re
cipient of this award.
These scholarships are paid fron
the interest on a $10,000 trust furs
given to Adelia Cheever by Alice Mar
tin Hutzinpillar, Several awards
$100 each are usually given eac
year to residents of Adelia Cheeve
douse as recognition of high scholar
ship.
Director Of Dormitory
Eitertains At Dinne

facilities would be an adequate rem-
edy for the situation.
The negative, on the other hand,
failing to meet the affirmative on
their issues, based their case on the
good that had accrued from the work
of the Federal Radio Commission,
which, they maintained, had brought
order out of the chaos that existed in
broadcasting before the organization
of the commission.
This debate with Northwestern
was held in substitution for the de-
bate scheduled with Indiana, which
was forfeited by that university.
Michigan's negative team is sched-
uled to meet Ohio State's aflirmative
for Feb. 21 here.
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: "Czar Ivan the:
Terrible," performance, 8:15 p. m.,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre; Michi-
gan, "American Madness"; Majestic,
"Island of Lost Souls"; Wuerth, "My
Pal the King."
Athletic Events: Wrestling, Michi-
gan vs. Ohio State, 3 p. m., Field
House; Basketball, Michigan vs. Iowa,
7:30 p. m., Field House; Hockey,
Michigan vs. Wisconsin, 8:30 p. m..,
Coliseum.
Dances: Informal dancing, 9 p. m.,
League; Informal dancing, Union
ballroom; Informal dance, closed, Phi
Rho Sigma; Informal dance. closed,
Phi Beta Delta; Formal dinner dance,
closed, Delta Theta Phi.
Graduate Students Will
Hold Dance Next Week
Graduate students will hold their
first dance of the second semester
Feb. 25, at the Women's Athletic
Building. There will be an admission}
charge of 30 cents to cover the cost
of orchestra and janitor service.

Interesting
By BARBARA BATES
Easter was the time a few years
aack when mother and daughter
lonned their new straw bonnets and
;ook themselves to church to display
;heir new purchases. Times have
:hanged and straw hats begin to ap-
)ear before winter has even started
;o lose its hold on frost-bitten in-
aabitants.
The shops are loaded with smart
iew hats as variable in price as in
,tyle and color. Following the trend
.f Paris predictions for blue and
uhite costumes, there are white hats,
>lue hats, and a mixture of both to
upply the popular demand, as well
is hats of every other hue. Hats, as
Ilways, have an extreme dip over the
ight eye and are pulled well down
n the forehead. Brims appear on
,he newest hats for sports wear.
Ihese of the last type are soft felts
with narrow bands of grosgrain rib-
don of a matching or contrasting
shade.
Worn with a navy blue taffeta
Several Mosher-Jordan I
Women Visit At Homes
A number of the Mosher-Jordan
women are spending the week-end at
home. From Jordan, Grace Esther
Schroeder, '36, is going to Toledo,
Ohio, Alma Lamfrom, '35, to Fostoria,
Ohio, Louise Stone, '36, to Birming-
ham, and Mary Alice Emmett, '35,
and Elsie Feldman, '33, both to De-
troit.
Mosher women leaving are Maxine
Hutchins, '36, for Ionia, Mich., Jean
Hoover, '36, and Catherine Hoover,
'36, for Jackson, and Mary Spencer,
'35, Jean Hanmer, '36, Katherine
Hannon, '35, Ruth Lavendar, '36,
Thelma Peterson, '36, and Elizabeth
Harris, '34, all for Detroit.

iNew Sprmg Hats
dress with white touches about the
throat and white gloves is one hat
that is a combination beret and
Turkish fez of white woolen visca.
It is smart and severe, undecorated,
save for a tiny clip in the exact cen-
ter of the front of the hat.

Mrs. Florence W. Tousey, director
of Helen Newberry dormitory, enter-
tamied at dinner, Feb. 14. the follow-
ing guests; Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Jean-
nette Perry, Mrs. Edwin N. Dickin-
son, Mrs. Halstead H. Seeley, Doro-
thy Ogborn, Eunice VanCamp.
The guests later attended the per-
formance of "The Dover Road" at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
If you rite, w bay' It.
Correspondence Stationei7,
Fountara Pea, Ink, etcg.
Tpmriters all =als.
Gr4 CSad t, Aoverybod .
10, Do M O R R LbEE
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Fortunately black straws are in as
much demand as ever and may be
worn with practically any costume.
The styles of these new models vary
from a pancake crown of practically

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no height at all with a narrow brim, '
to soft, crushable straws that perch'
delightfully over the right eye.
railored flowers, severe feathers, rib-
bons, and metallic clips all serve
their purposes in decorating these
hats. The straw is dexterously han-,
dled in draped effects in the softer
hats to appear like fabric and are
often constructed on Victorian lines,
with always a modern touch some-
where in the decoration.
The newest panamas for early
summer wear, when Ann Arbor
weather grows uncomfortably warm
and classes are tedious, will have un-
usual verve and distinction. The
brims will be, without exception, un-
believably shallow, and the brims
wide. The bands of the hat will be
varied as well to match the costume
worn. Bands of contrasting velvet
ribbon, bands of grosgrain ribbon,
twisted ribbon in two shades, and
other novel features will characterize
these hats.

been a house guest for the past week.
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
Collegiate Sorosis is resting after
the past week of recuperating from
J-Hop week-end and the beginning
of classes. However, several girls
have left the house for the week-end.
Martha Neuhardt, '35, is visiting at
Ohio State, and Elizabeth Gilkey, '33,
is spending the week-end at her
home in Trainwell, Mich.
PIT SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigma Sigma wishes to an-
nounce the pledging of Elva Baker,
'36, Lynn, Mass.; Rose Levine, '36,
Cheboygan, Mich., and Lillian Ma-
gasiner, '36, Sioux City, Iowa, on
Wednesday, Feb. 15. After the cere-
mony ,the new pledges were honored
at dinner. The table was attractively
decorated with yellow tapers.
The pledges entertained the active
members at an informal victrola
dance last night. The decorations
were carried out in red on a St. Val-
entine's theme. Mrs. Edna Babson,
sorority house mother, and Mr. and

guests at a rushing dinner Thursday.
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