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)elta Gamma, Date Bureau Booms At Michigan State,

Teams Victors
""tT, Comma Phi Beta And
irtha Cook Debaters
W nThrou gh Defaults
J'fln J Tll and Delta Gamma
Term 2 are the winners of the wom-
en's intramural debates held at 4:15
p.m. yesterday in Angell Hall,
Martha Cook and Gamma Phi
Beta are winners by default from
Zeta Tau Alpha and Collegiate Sor-
osis, respectively. Delta Gamma
team I won the practice debate with
Kappa Delta also held at 4:15 p.m.
yesterday in Angell Hall.
Cc'ntestants Of Teams
Edith Leveene, '41, and Mary Pat-
tie, '41, debated the negative for
Jordan Hall against Eleanor Sevi-
son, '41, and Jean VanRaalte, '40,
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Phyllis El-
der, '38Ed., and Margery Lee Lehner,
'39, Delta Gamma team II, debated
the negative against Betty Keenan,
'38. and Katherine Steurnal '38, Alpha
Xi Delta.
Katherine- Howell, '41, and Mar-
garet Triplet, '39Ed., Martha Cook,
affirmative, are winners by default
from Betty Ann Cole, '40, and Ruth
Coch, '39, Zeta Tau Alpha; Eliza-
beth Allington, '40, and Nina Mc-
Lellan, '40, Collegiate Sorosis, neg-
ative, defaulted to Jean Tibbits, '40.
and Barbara Newton, '41, Gamma
Phi Beta.
Jane Krause, '41, and Mary Rall,
Delta Gamma team I, upheld, the
affirmative in the practice debate
against Jane Sturtridge, '38, and
Elizabeth Ann Enswiler, '40, Kappa

By ANN VICARY companionship they like-reserved, at ease. A telephone is essential and
Date bureau-fact, not fiction, is peppy, shy, or talkative. must be near at hand.
Michigan State's answer to the prob- Particular emphasis is laid on Introductions are brought about by
lem of getting acquainted.. Miss height, and a card with the specific1 means of slips which the boy brings
Charlotte Schmidt, '40, one of the information and a picture of the ap- to the .housemother at the girl's
directors of the bureau, enclosed the plicant is filed according to height. house. The housemother makes the
folowing information in a recent Religion is also considered important,i
.iso that dates are not arranged for The success of the date bureau de-
comunication to the Daily in regard individuals of differing beliefs. pends upon the personality of its di-
to the investigation which it is con- niiul fdfeigbles
to te mestgaton hic itis on- - ' rectors and their complete coopera- !
ducting. informality and efficiency are char- tion.
The bureau is under the direction acteristic of the organization. In-
Th bueau is umnr the direction dividuals are interviewed in a room
of a man and a woman. In applyinge where soft chairs and sofas, instead311 f II1
for dates, the individual is first in- of office furniture, put one instantly
terviewed by the man or woman, de- __i_ furniture,_put ne Hnsanty
pending on the sex. In addition to
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Slosson To Speak 1
To rci tyII(rroUp
"Why War?" will be the subject
of Prof. Preston W. Slosson's talk
to the International Council at 7 p.m.
Sunday in Room 116 of the Union,
following the regular Sunday night
supper at 6 p.m.
All students, both foreign and
American are welcome, Howard Hol-
land, Grad., member of the council,
said. The program will include a

be charged, and Professor Sosson's in the discussion afterwards willvbe
talk will follow this. encouraged, Holland said. Natives
The talk will be an analysis of of 54 foreign countries are expected
the causes of war, and participation to attend the meeting, he said.
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Schedule Next Debaters
Immediately following the contests
the teams met and drew lots to de-
termine opponents and sides for the
next elimination to be held at 4:15
p.m. Thursday. The schedule is a
follows, affirmative, Delta Gamm
team I vs. negative, Jordan Hall; af-
firmative, Martha Cook vs,. negative.
Delta Gamma team 2; affirmative
Gamma Phi Beta vs. negative, League
'House Independents team III; af
firmative, Kappa Delta vs. negative
Delta Delta Delta.
Recital Given
ByMiss Coci
Reception In Her Honor
Held By Mu Phi Epsilon
Claire Coci, Spec., SM, was the art-
ist who played at the Organ Recital
Series held last night in the Hill
The numbers on Miss Coci's pro-
gram included "Toccata and Fugue
in D minor" by Bach; Two Organ
Preludes, "Dies sind die heiligen zehn
Gebot (Fughetta)" and "0 Mench.
bewein sein Sunde gross," also by
Bach; "Choral in/ B minor" b
Franck; "Scherzetto" by Vierne:
"Fugue" by Honegger; "Toccata
(Symphony No. 5)" by Widor; and
"Phantasie and Fugue" by Liszt.
Miss Coci has been studying this
year with Prof. Palmer Christian.
Next year she will study with Marcel
Dupre, the French organist who gave
a recital here last fall.
Members of the Mu Phi Epsilon
honored Miss Coci at a formal recep-
tion following the recital in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
Among the guests seen at the recital
were Dr. Charles A. Sink, presi-
dent of the School of Music, and
Mrs. Sink.
Music Group's
Formal Recital
Sigma Alpha Iota, national music
sorority, will give another in its series
of formal musicalesat 8 p.m. today at
the home of Mrs. John Kollen.
Jeanice Byrne, '39SM, will open
the program with a piano selection.
"Prelude, Choral and Fugue" by Cae-
sar Franck. Elizabeth Baxter, '38,
violinist, will play "Ciaconna' by To-
inaso Vitali and Martha aily, '39SM,
soprano, will give four vocal selec-
tions. Celia Chao, pianist, will play
"Sonata: Opus 22 in G Minor" by
The following new officers were re-
cently elected: Helen Byrn, '3SM,
president; Grace Wilson, '39M, vice-
president; Beryl Harrison, 39SM, cor-
responding secretary; Ellamae Bur-
ton, '39, recording secretary; Eliza-
beth Baxter, '38, treasurer; Roberta
Munro, '39SM, sergeant-at-arms;
Twila Traber, '39SM, editor; Helen
Barry, '39M, and Jean Ebersole,
'40SM, chaplains; Martha Bailey,
'39SM, program committee chair-
man; and Mary Jean Adams, '39SM,
and Mary McCrory, '38SM, social co-


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