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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Moping On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie
The old order changeth is quite an apt title for Michigan this week
regards the League, W.A.A. and the weather (even though Dutch Sch
over at the Lambda Chi emporium refuses to call said particles snow).M
day night at the Installation Banquet the League marched twice aro
tricky clocks above the speakers tables. The highlight of the ever
was Hope -Hartwig's plaintive bleats of "Can you hear me, Angel?'
Chief Justice Maliszewski of the Grand Rapids Room. Senior Soc
and Mortar Board tore up the distance between the two rooms in t
tapping activities. Senior Society presented the
League with a bunch of books on the theatre. I -
Helen Jean Dean, in a fit of frenzy, leaneda
over and smacked Dean Joseph Bursley full
on the face! Wonderful party-wonderful.
Jean Holland was firmly ensconced in the'
president's chair in the League undergraduate
offices Tuesday--Mortar Board and all. Some '
uninformed individual complained bitterly
about the whole thing the other day when he
wondered what women's hats would come to!
next. "First it was those pots," he moaned, 7/
"then peasant scarves-and now these weird things with the tassels."
was gently informed that wearing the hats to classes was all part of
Mortar Board, Senior honor society for women, tapping.
W.A.A. Installs-A La Seen Dwarfs...
W.A.A. also did their installing-Tuesday night. Sally Kenny plan
the festivities which had to do with Snow White and the Seven Dwa
The invitations were written on children's stationery and the pl
cards, decorated by a peanut dwarf gave each guest a dwarf's name.
The Senior members of the Board drew hankies imbued with the sp
of Snow White. During the extemporaneous speeches, Dorothy White g
one on Snow White, and Miss Hartwig was the only one of all thoseN
Who thought it singular that they were both named White. Marge
Waterston spoke on "Grumpy," and Mary Jane Mueller forced everyon
speak a full minute, although Betty Lyon found it hard to do. The gr
finale was a Virginia Reel in which Harriet Sharkey, Mary Johnson, M
Richardson, Ruth Carr, Julia Ann Upson, N
ma Curtis, Dorothy Maul, Sally Orr, Olive RE
Beth O'Roke, Helen Wolf, Alberta Royal, J
Dunbar, Ruth Hartmann and Martha Tilln
all joined.
Bowling is still on. Jeanne Gomon, S;
Swartout, Florence Lightfoot, Adelaide Mas
Katherine Sprick, Dorothy Adams, Robe
. - Meyer, Enid Fenske and Adeline Singleton.
the badminton semi-finals Florence and S
-~ .- Orr beat Mary Rogers and Lorraine Haskin,
.--Mary Stunck and Elizabeth Gross defea
Helen Wolf and her cohort. Florence Cork
won the singles.
Wyvern entertained Triangles (strictly Dutch treat) at lunch Tuesd
Bob Emmet almost precipitated a riot when he stalked in with Mar
Tillman, Helen Jean Dean, Bobby Chissus, Norma Curtis and Charl
Poock. Bob Reid, Les Goda, Charlie Kettler, Bob Hartwood, Fred Osb
Tim Heir, Pete Ipsen and Don Percival only had one girl. Poodie Pome
Barbara' Heath, Buffy White and Marcia Connell wefe stowing a'
the apple pie-with gusto. Speaking of Buffy, she now has a roomm
over at Martha Cook, by the name of Elmer Pantsfitz. His physique is c
stituted of sweaters, shirts, hangers and a skull. The object of the ga
-to scare Polly Stevens out of a year's growth-has been most successfu
A Lad Gets April Fooled ..
Mortarboard went trucking the other night and gathered up all

16 Intramural Problem Of Unemployed Youth 60 Themes Entered
_ For Architects' Ball
Deb~ate Teams Is Tope Of Lucheon Address
O uos M c e than 60 entries have been
.set pril 1 ' mde in the contest to decide the
By KATHERINE BURNS of the 10,000 students who are to- thde fo the ctets Ball the
"The unemployed youth of the gether in the fifth grade, 50 graduate theme for the Architect's Ball, to be
c, as community is becoming one of our from college. This group is favored held Friday, May 6.
loot A 8; Teams T Appear major social problems," said Prof. because of the great aid they receive The winner will be announced to-
zon- April 28 Date Of FinalsHoward Y. McClusky of the School of from their states and colleges while morrow, Dorothy Barrett; '39A, dec-
ndEuti n d there is no subsidy for people who are orations chairman, said. The student
ni Scheduled For May 17 uat n n hi s hed unable to attend college. winner will be given a free ticket
Wing ____ uate Luncheon which was held yes- unbet!ten olg.i to the dance. Judges of the contest
to Siteirday in the League. Community Has Task wl be memer s of th co tee
Sixteen women's intramural de- The schools get rid of the students The community has a greater re- will be members of central committee
iety Theschlllgemedet de-sudetsand the faculty of the Architectural
hatetams will meet for eight de- between the ages of 14 and 16 and be- sponsibility than it takes in regard hool.
,heir bates at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, April t h on epeual ocn col
sTcause of present conditions industry to the young people unable to con-
21, on the subject, "Resolved: That offers no openings for the young tinue their education. One of the
the Proposed United States' Military } men and women of the community reasons that something should be
Preparedness Program Should Be before the age of 20, he stated. done for them is that they become lumnaeHouse
Adopted." The debates will be held Because of this condition a con- frustrated and unable to see any fu-
in various rooms in Angell Hall. siderable proportion of the popula- ture for themselves, Professor Mc-
L In ths first series, the schedule and tion is either without employment or Clusky pointed out. W n e e
the names of debaters are as follows: I engaged in part time work. Professor Professor McClusky said that many
affirmative (Alpha Chi Omega) McClusky said that the problem of communities were awaking to their o4
Mary Jane Kronner, '40 and Virginia taking care of this group is the duty duty toward this group and were
Allan, '39, vs. negative (second team of the community and that because planning programs to ease the situa-
for Delta Gamma), Margery Lee of the growing seriousness of the sit- tion. The most notable of these plans Alumnae House won a prize of two
Lehner, '39 and Phyllis Elder, '38Ed, uation something ought to be done are in recreational. programs, adult dozen chocolate cookies in the con-
Room 1035 Angell Hall; affirmative about it immediately, education, and in apprentice systems test for attendance sponsored by the
He (first team for Delta Delta Delta). Praises CCC for the community's industries. How- central committee of the All-Campus
the Ellen Rhea, '40, and Mary Rogers, The Civilian Conservation Corps is ever he stated that these were only Tea Dance, held from 4 to 6 p.m. yes-
'41, vs. negative (Alpha Xi Delta), one present means of meeting the sit- fragments and that it was necessary terday in the League Ballroom.
Betty Keenan, '38 and Katherine uation for people of lower economicthat more be done. Bettie Hirschl, '39, and Anne
Steurnal, '38, Room 2014 Angell Hall. levels. The educational program car- V- -- Schaeffer, 40SM, tied for first place
ned Affirmative Named Cied on by the CCC, he thought, was N in the tryouts for a vocalist to appear
rfs. Affirmative (first team for League very valuable and should be con-a_ me Victors with Charlie Zwick's orchestra at the
ace_ House Independents), Jean Mathe- tinued. dance. Contestants were judged by
son, '41 and Jean Maxted, '41, vs This problem is not considerably al-; In Basket l1 the central committee.
negative (first team for Delta Gam- leviated by students who are able to Martha Dailey, '40, was seen danc-
irit ma), Mary Rall, '39 and Jane Krause, continue their education because of ing with Richard Dick, '40. Miss
;ave '41, Room 1209 Angell Hall. the small percentage who attend col- S a I I y Connery Captains Dailey was wearing a rust skirt and
wits Affirmative (Gamma Phi Beta) _ge. Professor McClusky said that a green sweater. Robert Raab, '40,
aret Jean Tibbets, '40 and Barbara New-- - t Robin Winners was dancing with Rachel Johnson,
e to ton, '41, vs. negative (first team for N t In t ed The women's basketball team cap- who wore a pink jacket with a black
and Kappa Delta), Sue Kerr, '40 and gtained by Sally Connery, '40Ed., won skirt. Dorothy Rice, '40A, who was
ary Betty Ann Emsweiler, '40, Room 2003 1 ythe round robin tournament whic with Robert Manley, '39, chose a
or- Angell Hall; affirmative (Kappa Kap- Iwascompleted last week. brown wool dress trimmed with green
eed, pa Gamma), Eleanor Sevison, '41 and Ont'ModeO AttackIMiss Connery's team was composed for the tea dance.
ane Jean VanRaalte, '40, vs. negative Ofof Sally Orr, '40Ed.; Bessie Gagalis Robert Lane, '40E, was seen chat-
nan (third team for League Houas Inde- 1!'40Ed.; Frances Anderson, '40Ed.' ting with Esther Dye, '40A, and
pendents), Ruth Kinsey, '40 and Jean Instructions to the teams taking Mary Richardson '4OEd.; Geraldin Cathleen Clifford, '38A, and Howard
i Tenofsky, '41, Room 2013 Angell Hall. part in the women's intramural de- Krueger, '41Ed; Florence Corkum, Becker, '40, were enjoying ginger ale
ybil bates were issued yesterday by Miss '41Ed.; Lois Clingman, '40Ed.; and and cookies together. Rowena La-
t Affirmativer (Collegiate Sorosis), Olive Lockwood, adviser for the teams. Miss Connery. The team of which Coste, '39, was with Casimir Sojka,
Elizabeth Allington, '41 and Frances In handling such a question, Miss Jane Dunbar, 40, was captain ran a'39E and Jean Morrall, 41, was dai e-
In Sutherland, '39, vs. negative (Chi Lockwood stated, the negative side close second, losing only one game. ing with Lynn Riess, '40.
ally Omega), Faith Watkins, '39 and should avoid the proposition cif a Increasing interest in the winter Marcia Connell, '39, and Douglas
and Elizabeth Mullin, '39, Room 2029 An- counter plan saying they approve of sports program of the Women's Ath- Gregory, '39, were talking with Miss
ted gell Hall; affirmative (Alpha Epsilon the spending of the proposed sums letic Association is indicated by the Ethel McCormick at the ballroom
um Phi), Ruth Jacobson, '40 and Helene for armament, but that changes number of participants in the basket- entrance. Mary Louise Mills, '39 and
Rumizen, '40, vs. negative (Ann Ar- should be made in the amounts al- ball games, according to Alberta Roy- Ruth Seekamp, '39, were among those
day. bor Independents), Bernice Cohen, lotted to the army, navy and air al, '40, manager. More than eighty wearing hair-ribbons.
tha '39 ands Ila Waggoner, '39, Room forces. women took part in the tournament.

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2016 Angell Hall. No such comparatively minor
The eight winning teams from this change, she emphasized, should be
series of debates will be paired in the advocated. What the American public
next round of debates Thursday, April wants to know today, she pointed out,
28. On that same day eight new is whether it is wise to be spending
teams will appear in four debates as vast sums for armament at this time.
follows: affirmative (Betsey Bar-3 Miss Lockwood presented, as im-
bour); Maya Gruhzit, '41 and Mar- portant angles for the negative teams,
jory Forrestel, '41, vs. negative (sec- Ia, consideration of the questions:
and team for Delta Delta Delta), Shall we not create a danterous un-
Jane Elspass, '40 and Marioan Flem- rest within this country by further
ing, '40, Room 2014 Angell Hall. burdqning an already heavily taxed
Affirmative (Martha Cook), Martha populace, and what country is likely
Triplett, '39Ed and Katherine Howell, to attack the United States within
(Continued on Page 6)hnext decade or two?

tappees, taking them to initiation at the League. Practically supporting
the taxi companies for the week, they then went
to Dean Lloyd's house for ice cream and cake. ,
P.S.-they had late permission. Favoritism rears
its ugly head. Phi Betes Betty Gatward, Janet
Allington, Barb Bradfield were tripping around i
passing the food while listening to Noel Coward
recordings were Jean Holland, Ginny Allen, Marie
Sawyer, Betsy Baxter, Bobby.Melin, Betty Whitney
and Berta Knudson.
A young gentleman by the name of Pete Post.........1i
was called up last Friday night and invited to ..
come down to the Garg office to pose for some
stunning fashion pictures for the next issue. So
he beat all the way down to the Publications Build-
ing only to find the Garg empty and dark. At
that point a cab wheeled up to the front door and seven hysterical Theta
Chi's appeared screaming "April Fool, Pete!" He who laughs last
Tomorrow is the eighth; the eighth is vacation. So the majority of
Michigan's inmates will struggle homeward through the blizzards for a week
of explaining to Papa and Mama just .how they spend their time.

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