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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Gammna To Hold Fi nal Debate

PAGE FIV
Today

Armament Is
Topic For Last
Lea gueContest
Tea To Honor Chairmen,
Debaters And Jfudges,
Miss Dean Announces
Finals in the women's intramural
debate series will be held at 3:15 p.m.
today in Grand Rapids room of the
League where Gamma Phi Beta and
Delta Gamma teams will meet to dis-
cuss the question, Resolved: That the
Proposed United States' Military Pre-
paredness Program Should Be Adopt-
ed.
Jean Tibbits, '40, and Barbara
Newton, '41, Gamma Phi Beta, will
uphold the affirmative side of the de-
bate. They will be opposed by Mary
Rall, '39, and Jane Krause, '41, of
Delta Gamma. Constructive speeches
will be limited to 10 minutes, and the
rebuttals will last four minutes.
Judges for the contest will be Prof.
Gail Densmore of the speech depart-
ment, Prof. Carl Brandt of the Eng-
lish department, and Prof. Henry
Moser ofthe speech department.
Helen Jean Dean, '39, will act as
chairman.
The intramural debates are spon-
sored by the League for the purpowe
of encouraging an interest in speech
and debating, according to Miss
Dean, who is also chairman of the
series.
A tea will be given following the
debate in the Grand Rapids room of
the League. All debaters, chairmen,
and judges are to be honored, Miss
Olive Lockwood, faculty advisor for
the series, announced.
This will be the fifth round of
debates which were started April 21
when 22 teams entered the contest.
Delta Gamma, team 1, defeated Kap-
pa Delta, and Gamma Phi Beta de-
feated Delta Gamma, team 2, in the
.semi-finals held May 12.
Seven Societies
Choose Officers,

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Lantern Night Line Of March To Form In Front Of Library

Cottons Feature Stripes
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Among the new summer cottons,
attractivelyfashioned )n stripes is
this shirtwaist style, whose vivid.
colors and novel buttons relieve its'
simplicity. A colored leather belt
and pockets lend an air of gayety.
It's smart and comfortable, per-
fect for school and sports and for
casual afternoons at your favorite
summer resort.

Palmer Field
Will Be Scene
Of Sing Today

W.A.A.

Board To GiveI

Cups For Participation
For Winner Of Sing;
The Lantern Night line of march
will form at 7:15 p.m. today in front,
of the General Library. The band
will lead the procession to Palmer
Field, where the traditional Block M{
will be formed. The Lantern NightI
sing will immediately follow the line
of march.
If the weather is too damp to per-
mit the use of the field, the line of
march will still be held and the sing,
will take place at 8 p.m. in Water-
man Gymnasium, Norma Curtis, '39,
general chairman of the affair, an-
nounced. If it is actually raining
at 7:15 p.m., Miss Curtis'said, there
will be no line of march, but the sing
will be held at 8 p.m. in the gym-
nasium. Arrangements were made to
hold the sing inside in case of rain
because of many requests, Miss Cur-
Uis said. Questions about Lantern
Night will be answered at the Wom-
en's Athletic Building, she said. '
The participation cup given every
year by the Women's Athletic Asso-
ciation to the sorority, dormitory or
independent zone having the most
participants in W.A.A. will be pre-
sented at the sing, Ruth Hartmann,
'39, awards chairman, announced
yesterday. Last year Kappa Kappa
Gamma was the winner of the cup:
A cup will also be presented to the
winner of the sing.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Loses To MosherE

Moping On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie
J.G.P. is starting to work, as usual, without wasting any time. The
central committee called a mass meeting Tuesday to get the future
juniors together and tell them a few important points about the whole
thing. All the committee chairmen gave
a slight dissertation upon the work in-
volved. Enora Ferriss struck a small -D
snag when her roommate, Alberta Wood
, (new Wyvern president) sat in the front
row and methodically hissed. In fact,
the whole front row joined in, with
gusto, but Enora plowed right on to the
bitter end. Fortitude, we calls it.
b Jeanne Tibbets also gave a stirring speech on the best way to alienate
friends by collecting the dues for the affair. "Keep at 'em and collect
even if you do lose a friend," she cried. Mary Minor, who has gone
through an appendectomy recently, appeared to everyone's surprise, and
gave her speech although she was supposed to be going home on the 5 p.m.
bus.
Betty Brooks, Ruth Carr, Lillian Zimmerman, Jean Smith, Rhea Jane
Easton, Roberta Leete and Betty Baldwin were there in the audience.
.Braves Swat 'em PalefIace Good.
Michigamua took care of all their new little palepusses in their usual
lair-raising ceremony outside the General Library yesterday. The in-
itiates arrived early and disported themselves in boyish
play, ripping each other's shirts off, and dumping
* pails of water on each other's craniums. But when
* .the Big Boys arrived-the scene changed. In the
crowd gathered around to watch the primitive goings-
on were Naomi Levin, Kay Burns, Jack Brennan,
. Hal Benham, Mary Ervin, Betty Whitney (camera in
* hand), Pan Crandall and Bill Lord. It was a regular
* . field day for the amateur photography fiends. Harriet
, , Thom and Harvey Clarke were out in front of the
* Library waiting for things to happen, and so was
Barbara Summers. Barb Paterson also spent the
afternoon sitting on the steps in a mood of quiet
reverie. Not a good day for studying, apparently.
"Liliom" seems to be attracting the drama lovers.
Phil Clark, Margaret Whittemore, Genevieve Spurgeon,
she of the, broken pinion, and Janet Sibley took it in yesterday afternoon,
and Grete Holst was in the Tuesday night audience.

Honorary
Known

Groups Ma
New Initiates

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Seven honorary fraternities and
sororities have announced the initia-
tion of new members and the instal-
lation of officers during the week.
Alpha Lambda Delta
Twenty-two women were initiated
into Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman
women's honorary society at 5 p.m.
Friday at the home of Miss Alice
Lloyd. The newly elected officers
are Jane Krause, '41, president; Betsy
Lightner, '41, secretary and Edna
Kearney, '41, treasurer.
Beta Gamma Sigma
Beta Gamma Sigma, national hon-
orary fraternity in business adminis-
tration, announces the election to
membership of Prof. George R. Hus-
band; Mary E. Bennett, '38BAd; Wil-
liam B. Corlis, '39BAd; Carl T. De-
vine, Grad; Charles A. Hoffman,
'38BAd; Hugh Mallick, '38BAd; John
Phelps, '39BAd; Wilbur K. Pierpont,
'38BAd, and Paul W. Pinkerton, Jr.,
'38BAd.
Kappa Beta Pi
Kappa Beta Pi elected officers for
the year 1938-1939 at a meeting held
May 2, at the home of Mary Potter,
'39L. The officers elected are: Bar-
bara Crosby, '39L, president; Mary
Potter, '39L. treasurer; Marie Mc-
Henry, '39L, secretary; Marion Mc-
Fee, '39L, quarterly correspondent,
and Grace Gray, '40L, social chair-
man.
Phi Lambda Kappa
Phi Lambda Kappa, honorary
medical fraternity, announces the
initiation of the following men: Mor-
ris Arnkoff, '41M; Raymond Gehl,
'40M; Hyman Levine, '41M; Milton
Shieman, '39M; Samuel Shieman,
'40M; Harold Slomovitz, '41M and
Leo Snyder, '40M.
Officers elected for the ensuing
year are: Robert Sobel, '39M, presi-
dent; Milton Shieman, '39M, vice-
president; Leo Snyder, '40M, treas-
urer; Harold Slomovitz, '41M, scribe
and Morris Airnkoff, '41M, social
chairman.
Pi Lambda Theta
Pi Lambda Theta, national educa-
tional honor sorority, announces the
election of the following new officers.
Frances Quigley, Grad., president;
Ruth Cunningham, Grad., vice-presi-
dent; Helen Coblentz, Grad., _or-
responding secretary; Judith Jim-
enez, Grad., recording secretary, and
Constance Jones, Grad., treasurer.
Tau Sigma Delta
Tau'Sigma Delta, honorary Archi-
tect and Allied Art society, an-
nounces the election to membersnip
of James Albert, '40A; Doris Bolton,
'39A; Mary Levan, '39A; William Ly-
man, '39A; Werner Anderson, '39A;
Mung Yok Tsoi, '39A; Alice Frayer,

Fellowship Winner
Named By Council
Eleanor Sagerson McCarthy, '35, of
Marshall College in Huntington, Va.,
is announced by the award commit-
Lee of the Alumnae Council as the re-
cipient of the $500 Lucy Elliott Fel-
lowship.
Miss McCarthy will follow a line of
study in the field of psychology and
remedial speech at the Institute of
Human Adjustment, with a special
study of the problems ofhthe deaf.
She was an assistant in the English
Department at Marshall College
where she graduated with honors re-
ceiving awards for work in the field
of journalism and English Criticism.
Beatrice Borst of Ann Arbor was
named as alternate for the fellowship
and Myrtle Collins and Janet Alling-
ton received honorable mention.
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Ann Arbor Garden
Group Has Meeting
The garden division of the Ann
Arbor Women's Club was entertained
Tuesday at the homes of Mrs. Fred-
eric Harris and Mrs. D. C. Douglas.
Mrs. C. N. Acomb, assisted by Mrs.
C. 0. Baird, conducted a contest for
flower - arrangements. The winning
group was made up of azaleas, iris,
pansies and columbine.
Mrs. E. B. Maines and Mrs. George
Cone spoke briefly at the meeting.
After a tour of the gardens tea was
served. Mrs. D. C. Duncannon pre-
sided. Mrs. Duncanson and Mrs. R. H.
Davidson poured at the tea which
followed the meeting.
Tickets For Senior Ball
Are Being Sold Rapidly
Reports from the first day's sale of
Senior Ball tickets indicate that they
are going very rapidly with only 100
remaining, Neil Levenson, '38, gen-
eral chairman reported yesterday.
The tickets, limited to 350 and sold
only to members of the senior class,
will be on sale from 2:30 p.m. to 5
p.m. today and tomorrow in the
Union. Henry Busse and his band
have been selected to play for the
Ball, which will be held Friday, June
17 in the Union ballroom.

Mosher Hall defeated Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority 20-1 in the semi-final
woman's intramural softball game
yesterday.
Louise Barr, '41 and Barbara John-
son, '40, formed the battery for the
winning team. The other Mosher
players included Barbara Eppstein,
'39, Sally Connery, '40Ed., Mary
Culbertson, '40 and Ruth Carr, '38Ed.
Sybil Swartout, '39, pitched for
the Theta's and Jane Grove, '41, was
the catcher. Mary McClure, '39Ed.,
Adelaide Mason, '40, Harriet Shar-
key, '41, Roberta Leete, '40, Janet
Fullenwider, '39, Harriet Pomeroy,
'39 and Betty Bonisteel, '39, formed
the rest of the Theta team.
Mosher Hall will play the winner
of the Jordan-Martha Cook game for
the "Class A" title.

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The recreational leadership classes are going on a house party at the
University Fresh Air Camp at Patterson Lake this week-end. Chaperons
Peasely and Hartwig will keep things under control in fine shape. Mary
Helen Davis, Joan Bevington, Marian Harris, Marie Wolf, Beth
O'Roke, Lucille Heustis, Mildred Perkins, Mary May Scoville
and Bessie Root plan to attend, and the entire W.A.B. Board has
been invited as special guests.
Lantern Night and the women's sing, postponed from Mon-
day because of another of Ann Arbor's heavy mists, will take, -
place tonight.
Speaking of house parties, the Wyvern girls, those in the
class of '39, are planning one for this week-end at Cavanaugh I
Lake. Definitely "hen," so they tell us.
So endeth Minnie for this week-with one parting shot. Have
YOU heard about the prominent football player who was caught sneaking
in from the country the other night with some cookies, (strictly home-
cooked) in a cellophane bag clutched in one grimy little fist? Skulking
through the railroad yards at that, too.

House Party At Fresh A ir Camp . .

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Prints, dark sheer crepes and high shades for all Summer occasions

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$15.00
SPRING and SUMMER COLORS
Formerly $22.75

SUITS
*1/2 Price
You would gladly have paid much more
for these grand suits earlier in the sea-
son.

Hold Installation Dinner
Iota Alpha, engineering honor so-
2iety, held a dinner yesterday at
.he Washtenaw Country Club. Prof.
a. G. Brown, toastmaster, presided
it the installation of officers. Prof.;

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