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THE MTCIlGAN D XIY

First Women's Intramural Debate

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Initial Speeches
To Take Place
In Angell Hall
Subject For Simultaneous
Debates Is Subsidized
Intercollegiate Athletics
First debates of the women's in-
tramural series will be held at 5 p.m.
Wednesday in Angell Hall, Betty
Bricker, '40, and Anne Tawley, '40,
co-chairmen, announced yestrday.
The five debates will be given si-
multaneously in different rooms in
the building. All teams will debate
the question "Resolved: that inter-
collegiate athletics should be subsi-
dized," and all students are invited
to attend.
List Arrangements
The debates will be arranged as
follows: Jean Maxted, '41, and Mary
Martha Taylor, '40, negative team I
of Martha Cook, versus Betty Kepler,
'41, and Marjorie MacCrae, '41, af-
firmative team II of Kappa Kappa
Gamma in Room 4208 Angell Hall;
Margaret McBeth, '40, and Helen
Brady, '40, affirmative team of Delta
Delta Delta, versus Janet Sargent,
'41, and Grace Helen Barton, '41,
negative team II of Martha Cook in
Room 4003.
Other Teams Named
Ethel Norberg, '40, and Carol Le-
Vigne, '40, affirmative team III of
Martha Cook, versus Jane Sapp, '41,
and Beth Caster, '41, negative team
of Mosher Hall in Room 3209; El-
eanor Sevision, '41, and Jean Van
Raalte, '40, negative team I of Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, versus Zenovia
Skoratko, '40Ed, and Dorcas Corrin,
Grad, affirmative team of Alumnae
House and Jordan Hall, in Room
3011; Margaret McDermatt, '4Ed,
and Josephine Kift, '40, affirmative
team of Zeta Tau Alpha, versus Le-
ona Henderson, '42, and Dorothy
Brooks, '42, negative team of Jor-
'dan Hall in Room 1025.
Second Sung1ay Supper
To Ile At League Today
Reservations are still open for the
second of a series of Sunday Night
Suppers sponsored by the social com-
mittee of the League. which will be
held at 6 p.m. today in the Russian
Tea Room of the League, Beth O'-
Roke, '41, in charge of the suppers,
has announced.
Favors in the spirit of St. Patrick's
Day will be given and progressive
games will be played after supper.
Prizes of a ticket to the League dance
will be given to all members of win-
ning teams. Following the games,
there will be dancing and ping pong
in the recration room. The suppers
are open to everyone and reserva-
tions are not necessary, Miss O'Roke
stated.

Committees Announced For Newman Club Spring Formal

Union Ballroom
Will Be Scene
Of Annual Ball
Chairnen Are Don Siegel,1
Mary Ellen Spurgeon;
Dance To Be April 21
Committee chairmen for the New-'
man Club'sannual Spring Formal,
April 21 in the Union Ballroom, and
their committees were recently an-
nounced. Mary Ellen Spurgeon, '40Ed,
and Don Siegel, '39E are general
chairmen for the dance.
Chairman of the ticket committee
is John Simons, Grad., and under him
are: Joanne Bouchard, '42; Madeline
Krieghoff, '39; Joe Flaharty, '40;
Ralph Kelly, ;'40E Max Schoetz,
'39BAd; Sam Brunni, '42; 'Maxine
Baribeau, '39; Betty Durocher, '42;
Bob Aulenbacher, '40; John O'Hara,
'39; Alvar Rasada and Tom Quinn,
'42.
Name Patrons Committee
The patrons committee is headed
by Mary Jane Kronner, '40. Help-
ing her will be Catherine DeVine, '40;
Marjorie Forrestal, '41; Dick O'Hara,
'41; Helen Brady, '40; Florence Mich-
linski, '40; Bill Sherzer, '41; Mary
Jane Kenney, '41; June McPherson,
'41; Marie McCabe, '41 and Mary
Fran Brown, '39.
Decoration committee chairmen are
Pat Vihtelic, '40Ed; and Bill Sherz-
er, '41. Under them are Dorothy
Knight, '39A; Jim Keenan, '41; Chuck
Griffiths, '40; Charles Keyes, '41E;
Jane Campbell, '39; Dorothy Primeau,
'40; Don Counhian, '41; Margaret Ly-
on, '42; Joyce Power, '42; Marie
Camp, '41; Marguerite McQuillian,
'41A.
Jack Cooney Heads Publicity
Jack Cooney, '40E, is chairman of
publicity, and working with him are
Bob Canning, '39; Mary Call, '39;.
Ruth Davis, '41; Norbert Wynn,
Grad; Gus Dannemiller, '40; John
Olds, '40 and Jim Halligan, '40.
The programconmittee includes
Ruth Rochon, '39, chairman; Bill
Coulette; Kay McDermott, '41SM;
Gerry Wilson, '40; Winifred Adam-
check, SpecSM; Mary Jane Kennedy,
'41 and Bill Murphy. '42E.
Engagement Of Former
Student Is Made Known
The engagement of Lucile Cooper
to Thomas Hayman, '34E, has been
announced by the former's aunt, Mrs.
Lela Cooper. Mr. Hayman is the son
of Mrs. Evangeline Hayman of Ann
Arbor.
The ceremony is to take place
March 25. Following it the couple
will reside in Jackson where Mr.
Hayman is employed by the Conum-
er's Power Co.

Dean Alice Lloyd
Speaks At Banquet
Held By Kappa Phi
Kappa Phi, national Methodist fra-
ternity, held its annual initiation at 4
p.m. yesterday at the Central Metho-
dist Church.
The initiates arc VirginiaFBaum-
gardner, '41, of Ann Arbor; Florence
Chapman, '40, of Iron Mountain;
June Deal, '39, of Elkhart, Indiana;
Evelyn Courville, '40, of Flint; Lelia
Hyde, '41, of Champagne, Ill.
Also initiated were: Marguerite
Hamilton, '41, of Flint; Sylvia Belle
Jenson, '39, of Chicago; Dorothy La-
ing, '42, of Ann Arbor; Emile Root,
'42, of Detroit;' Betty Rundell, '42, of
Ann Arbor; Ruith Sanford, '42, of
Kansas City, Mo.; Thelma Shook,
'42, of Bronson; Eleanor West, '42, of
Ann Arbor and Elaine Wood, '41, of
Ann Arbor.
After the initiation' a banquet was
held at 6 p.m. in the Grand Rapids
Room at the League.
The program for the banquet in-
cluded a talk by Dean Alice Lloyd,
guest speaker. Her topic was the
"Power of the Human Stream." There
was a candle lighting service at the
beginning and the close of the pro-
gram.S
Guests at the banquet were Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Fisher of Ann Arbor, Dr.
Charles Brashares, pastor of the Cen-
tral Methodist Church in Ann Arbor,
and Mrs. Brashares, Mrs. Clement
Gill, sponsor of. the Ann Arbor chap-
ter of Kappa Phi, and Miss Kathleen
Davis.

WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Badminton: Club meeting at
4:15 p.m. Friday; mixed club
meeting at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday;
open play from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
tomorrow, Tuesday and Thursday
at Barbour Gymnasium.
Basketball: Club basketball at
4:30 p.m. and at 5 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday at Barbour Gymna-
sium.
Bowling: 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily; 3 p.m. to 6
p.m. Saturday at he Women's Ath-
letic Building.
Dance Club: Composition and
technique at 7:30 p.m. and waltz
at 8:30 p.m. Thursday; Children's
Suite at 2 p.m. and Judith and
waltz at 3 p.m. Saturday.
Rifle: 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. tomor-
row, Wednesday and Friday; 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at he Women's Athletic
Building.
Swimming Club: Meeting at 4
p.m. tomorrow.

WAA Board
Positions Open
To Petitioning
t
Eight Places To Be Filled; E
Petitions To Be Available
Tomorrow Until Friday
Petitioning for eight executive
positions on the Women's Athletic
Association board will start tomor-1,
row, Norma Curtis, '39, president,F
announced.
The positions open to petitioning
are president, vice-president, sec-
retary, treasurer, American Federa-
tion of College Women representa-
tive, intramural manager, publicity
manager and awards manager. Any
women student scholastically eligible
is eligible to petition for a position
with the exception that the president
must be a senior next year and must
have been a member of the board for
at least one year.
Petitions, will be on the bulletin
boards at Barbour Gymnasium and
at the Women's Athletic Building.
The deadline for petitioning will be
noon Friday.
Interviewing will take place from
4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday and from
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the
W.A.A. Building. Intrviewing will
be done by the senior members of
the present board
Tea Scheduled
For Wednesday
Ruthvens Will Open Home
To Receive Students
The second Ruthven Tea of the
semester will be held from 4 p.m. to
6 p.m. Wednesday at the President's
home, Virginia Lee Hardy, '41 an-
nounced.
Special guests at the tea will be
Chi Phi, Kappa Alpha Theta, Col-
legiate Sorosis, Triangle, Theta Xi
and Zone VII of the league houses.
Members of the faculty and their
wives who have been especially in-
vited are Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Hay-
den, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bader, Prof.
and Mrs. Chester B. Slawson and
Prof. and Mrs. E. R. Sunderland.
Those who will pour at the tea
during the afternoon will be Mrs.
Harry Hall, Mrs. Hazel -Roberson,
Mrs. J. R. Hayden, Mrs. E. L. Griggs,
Mrs. Chester B. Slawson and Mrs.
E. R. Sunderland.
Names of those members of the
social committee of the League who
will assist will be announced later,
Miss Hardy said. Invitations to this
second tea of the semester have been
extended to all students.
CORRECTION
New members at the Kappa Kappa
Gamma house are Dorothy Ann Ai-
kens, '42SM; Barbara Brehm, '40;
Betty Sage, '41A; Ruth Mary Smith,
'42; Maxine Williamson, '42; Ann
Winters, '42; Margaret Dodge, '42
and Betty Hine, '42. The Daily wishes
to correct the statement made in
Saturday's paper that the above
women were recently pledged.
last night and Mr. Oscar O. Swift, of
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Fraternity Honors Guests
Federal Court Judges Arthur J.
Tuttle, who has preserved a 48-year
old record for Founder's Day celebra-
tions, attended a house dinner in his
honor Thursday night.
Initiation ceremonies have been
combined with the birthday celebra-
tion and the following men were in-
itiated Saturday: Landon Ayres, '40E;

Francis Allen, '40; Will Cannon, Jr.,
'40A; James Grund, '42; Frank May,
'42E and Roy Uhlmann, '41E. James
H. Wiles, '39L, is chairman of the re-
union.

CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES

Sunday afternoon is becoming in-
creasingly popular on the social ca-
lendar as shown by the events tak-
ink place today at the chapter houses.
Acacia fraternity is having an op-
en-house from 1:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
today, for which Professor and Mrs.
Marvin Niehuss are chaperoning.
Initiates Are Named
Mr. and Mrs. Warren F. Cook are
being honored at a dinner being giv-
en .by the Delta Upsilon fraternity.
Mr. Cook is chalter councillor of the
fraternity.j
Dean Joseph Bursley and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank De Vine will chaperon
Sigma Phi's closed tea which is be-
ing given from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
today.
Celebrating its 50 years on cam-
pus, the Iota Beta chapter of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, held a Founder's Day
Banquet last night at the Union.
Among those attending the house
birthday celebrations were Fred H.
Turner, Dean of Men at the Univer-
sity of Illinois, Chester H. Lang, who
acted as toastmaster at the banquet

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