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.SATURDAY, MARCH 5,1938

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Debate Subject
To Be Chosen
From Entriesi
Question Will Be Decided
By Committee; General
Meeting__Will Be Held
Lockwood To Advise
Subjects for the League-sponsored
intramural debates for women should
be handed in as soon as possible, ac-
cording to Helen Jean Dean, '39,
and Barbara Paterson, '39, co-chair-
man of the committee in charge.
"These subjects, from which one
will be chosen for all the debates,
should be of sufficient importance
that unlimited information may be
gathered upon them," Miss Dean said.
The libraries will cooperate in get-
ting this information together for
those women who are going to de-
bate.
Collected At Mosher-Jordan
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39, will be
in charge of collecting them at Mo-
sher-Jordan Halls; Barbara Brad-
field, '38, at Martha Cook Building;
Norma Curtis, '39, at Helen New-
berry Residence; Frances McKinney,
'38, at Betsy Barbour House and the
presidents of league houses and sor-
orities for those questions which their
members submit.
The question which the committee
in charge shall 'decide upon will be
announced at a meeting to be held
in the latter part of this month to
the 64 women who are going to de-
bate. Miss Olive Lockwood of the
speech department will be in charge
of the meeting.
Committee Named
The committee in charge, headed
by Miss Dean and Miss Paterson, in-
cludes Mabel Allison, '39, Margaret
Ann Ayers, '38, Miss Bradfield, Betty
Gatward, '38, Helen Jesperson, '38,
Marian Gommesen, '38, Angelene
Maliszewski, '38, 'Miss Mansfield, Bar-
bara McIntyre, '38, Elizabeth Notley,
'39, Harriet Pomeroy, '39, Harriet
Shackleton, '38, and Lillian Tolhurst,
'38.
There will be 32 teams divided
among the women on campus as fol-
lows: each sorority, one two-women
team: Mosher-Jordan Halls, four;
Martha Cook Building, one; Betsy
Barbour House, one; Helen Newberry
Residence, one; Alumnae House, one;
Adelia Cheever House, one; Ann Ar-
bor Independents, one and four from
the League House President group.
Four Rounds To Be Held
Four rounds of debates will be held,
the first being composed of 16 de-
bates. The committee chairmen have
planned that this first round be held
April 21. The second round will have
eight debates, four for the third and
two for the fourth.
Whether or not a certain team will
have the negative or affirmative side
of the question will be decided by lot.
No team will probably have the same
side of the question in two consecu-
tive debates.
"If a sorority should not offer a
team to the contest, the League house
group will get another one," Miss
Paterson said. She also Said that
those women active in Varsity debat-
ing may not participate.
Meeting To Be Held
By Alumnae Board
The Board of Directors of the Al-
umnae Council will hold their mid-
year meeting at 10:30 a.m. today in
the Henderson Room of the League,
Mrs. Lucille B. Conger, executive
secretary of the Council said yester-

day.
Those who will be present at the
meeting are: Miss Ellen Nylund of
Chicago, Miss Mary Ellen Reed of
Kalamazoo and Miss Helen Bower,
Mrs. Julian Krolik, Mrs. Frederick
Morgan and Miss Clarissa Vyn, all
of Detroit. The Ann Arbor repre-

Between-Season Wear

50 Couples Dances Tonight Will Run The Gamut
Attend Annual From Formal To 'Joe College' Spi
Frosh Frolic'_

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Eight dances find their place on
Ida Mae Stiti Was Guest the social calendar for tonight. Two
of them will be formal and the other
Of Don Iyker, General six are to be informal, two being
lChairnan Of Dance radio dances.
Alpha Kappa Lambda is giving a
More than 250 couples attended!formal dance in honor of the new
initiates. Bill McKay's Orchestra
the annual Frosh Frolic, held from will play for the affair, which will
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. yesterday in the be chaperoned by Prof. and Mrs. Rob-
Union Ballroom. ert D. Brackett and Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
S Music for hp h ncin f ward T. Burroughs.

Delta. A prize will be awarded the spirit, and informal clothes will be
fellow with the most appropriate in order.
costume. Bill Steytler's orchestra will Another informal party is being
play and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Edson given by Triangle fraternity, with
and Major and Mrs. R. E. Hardy will music by the radio. Prof. and Mrs.
chaperon. Frank Nichols and Prof. and Mrs.
Phi Alpha Kappa is giving a party, Harry Bouchard will act as chap-
with nothing formal planned in the erons.
way of entertainment. Dr. and Mrs. -
Martin Battes and Mr. and Mrs. C. 4 Universit Radio
Kooistra will attend as chaperons.
Dr. Bernard Heller and Mr. and Features On Today
Mrs. Irving Auslander of Detroit will
chaperon the Phi Sigma Delta radio Four University broadcasts will be
dance. This too is in the Joe College .f r nveri bc-roat will a

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nished by Frankie Masters and hisI
{ orchestra, who came here from Chi-
cago.,.;
Don Ryker. general chairman of
the ball, attended the dance with Ida
Mae Stitt, '41, who wore a formal of
black net, trimmed with bands of blue
velvet. Ellen Douglas, '41, who was
the guest of Edward A. King, program
chairman, was wearing a blue andI
white marquisette redingote over pink
crepe. Her accessories consisted of
rhinestone clips, bracelet and silver.
sandals
Guest Chose White Chiffon
Beatrice Rattner, '41, who attended
with Howard Goldman, '41, chose a'
--- 'white chiffon dress with pleated skirt,
with which she wore red accessories.+
Donna Miles, '40, was the guest of3
Herman Nordstrom, chairman of the
ticket committee. Miss Miles wore a
nitted Clothes dress of green net, which was comple-
mented with a bolero jacket of silver
ronie N ov l lacquered taffeta. William Rockwell's
guest, Mary Piersol of Ann Arbor, was
wearing a turquoise chiffon styled
Spring Styles along Gibson girl lines. Rockwell
was chairman of the patrons com-
mittee. Marietta Killian, '39, attend-
Sure signs of approaching spring ed the dance with Larry Luebke, '39E.j
are the gay knitted clothes being Other Guests Named
shown in local shops. Some of them Florence Brotherton, 39, who was
are quite suitable for wear now under the guest of Bud McTurnen, '38E,
heavy coats. Others will be perfect hose a white crepe for her gown,
later on for that in-between season with which she wore gold accessories.
when it's too warm for woolens and Mary Eleanor MeCready, '41. was the
too cool for cottons. guest of James Wills, '40E.
Elizabeth Hill, '40, wore a chart-
Dressy styles are made of boucle ruecifnfra.Sewste
reuse chiffon formal. She was the
and softer yarns. A local shop has guest of Henry Houston, '4
several of these which it is featur-
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Mrs. James Orbison. Miss Inez
Bozarth, and Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Whitezell will chaperon the Delta
Delta Delta informal dance. John
McDonald's Campus Commanders
will provide the music for dancing.
To Hold 'Joe College' Dance
A 'Joe College' dance, to which the
most extreme in college clothes will
be worn, is planned by Delta Tanu
Luncheon, Dinner Honor
Prof. De Lorey Today
A luncheon in honor of Prof.
Eustache de Lorey of the Ecole du
Louvre and the Oriental Department
of the Bibliotheque Nationale will be
given today by Mr. and Mrs. Easton
Kelsey.
Dr. and Mrs. Cameron Haight will
hold a dinner in Prof. de Lorey's
honor tonight.
Prof. de Lorey spoke at 4:15 p.m.
yesterday in Natural Science Audi-
terium, under the auspices of the Re-
search Seminary in Islamic Art, on
the subject of "Persian Poets, In-
spiration to Persian Artists."
ANNOUNCE TICKET SALE
Tickets, priced at 35, 50 and 75
cents, for "Stage Door," to be pre-
sented by Play Production, March
9, 10, 11 and 12 in the Lydia
Mendelssohn, will be on sale from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily at the
theatre box office. Reservations
may be made by calling 6360.

Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. Stevens tmnue is course ol nuRauiu o11U ja-! o
of Detroit announce the engagement matic Reading." For the breakfast following the
of their daughter, Mary Louise, to From 5:45 to 6:00 p.m. Prof. Ray- dance, tickets may be purchased all
Ralph H. Houghton. Mr. Houghton mond Waggoner of the psychology day long from Mrs. Clarke in Miss
is the son of the late Dr. and Mrs. department will continue the Univer- Goodlander's office at the League.
E. M. Houghton. sity Public Health Series with a talk The wearing of corsages will not be
The bride-elect attended Oberlin 'Mental Hygiene.' restricted to members of the Central
College and the University where she I Committee, and any woman attend-
was affiliated with Alpha Omicron Pi J.G.P. MAKEUP ing may wear one, according to Nor-
and Nu Phi. Mr. Houghton is a There will be a meeting of the ma Curtis, '39., general chairman.
graduate of the University and is a makeup committee for the 1938 Jun- Elizabeth French, '39, will meet her
member of Alpha Kappa Psi and Iota ior Girls Play at 4 p.m. today at the patrons committee at 1:30 p.m. today
Alpha. League, in the Undergraduate Office.

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delicate peach, turquoise and brown.
The skirt is brown and the blouse is
peach with a tiny square design of
turquoise running through it. The
pockets are bound in brown, and
there is a brown cord which runs
through the collar and ties in a bow
in front. The three colors are com-
bined in a twisted rope belt..
Red Buttons Trim Dress
Another similar dress has a black
skirt and a string colored blouse with
red, black and yellow stripes. It is
trimmed with red buttons. A smart
looking one-piece dress is of black
boucle with three rows of bright col-
ored angora flowers across the front.!
Other knitted dresses are made at-
tractive and different with braid and,
bead work for trimming.
. With an eye toward warmer weath-
er the shops are featuring lovely pas-
tel knits of lighter weight yarns.
String color is a general favorite,
especially in a simple two-piece dress
with a full swing skirt and a wide sil-
ver-studded leather belt. A three-
piece suit in this same color is knit-
ted in a very clever design with navy-
blue stitching and has a navy blue
knitted coat with smart broad shoul-
ders.
Short Sleeves Are Popular
Short sleeves are very popular. One
loyely suit in brown has the sleeves, ,
pockets, neckline and hem bound in
pale blue grosgrain ribbon. Another
two-piece dress is ribbed and has
squared shoulders and the popular
crew neckline. It is trimmed with a
rope belt and a shoulder corsage of
felt flowers.
A famous creator of knitted styles
is featuring now a gay two-piece
spectator-sports dress in dashing
stripes of Mexican colors. The jacket
is fitted and has a collarless neckline.
It is made of a soft, comfortable
spring weight Chenille.
DEBATE COMMITTEE TO MEET

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HI-Lo Sandal
for SPRING
' 1HIS goodlookink shoe will sur-
prisingly adapt itself to both
sports and dress apparel. The
medium heel makes it fine for
walking, and .the perforations will
keep your feet cool and comforta-
ble no matter how long you've
worn them.
Blue Kid . . . Black Gabardine and
Patent . . . Rust and Biege Suede.
6.50
Goodyear's
COLLEGE SHOE SHOP
on the Campus

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sentatives will be Dean Alice Lloyd, There will be a meeting o1the
Mrs. A. C. Furstenburg, Mrs. Clarence intramural debate committee at 11
Skinner, Mrs. Theophil Raphael, Mrs. a.m. today in Miss Ethel McCormick's
Irene Johnson, Mrs. James Kennedy office at the League. It is important
and Mrs. Conger. that everyone be present.

Danc! Dnce!.Dance!
Where?
6he
MICHIGAN LEAGUE
Door Attendance Prize!
Charley Zwick, and his boys will
furnish the music, while you dance

Special Sale
of
j DRESSES
Yes, indeed! The new-
est, smartest and lov-
liest Spring Dresses
at ONE delightfully
Low Price.
Dresses for
Daytime!
Dresses for
Afternoon!

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Dresses for EVERY daytime occasion! Be gay in color-
ful prints . . . tailored in smart new wools . . or be
feminine in dressy crepes! Such styles, too! Princess
frocks, boleros, pencil-slim or swirly skirted styles
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