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WEDNtSDAY. MARCH 15, ,1939

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MICHIGAN DAILY

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W~IA1. MARCH 15, 1939 PA~t II??

Women's Intramural

Debates

Will Begin At

4

P.M.

Today

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Name Judges
For Contests
In Aigell Hall
All Students And Faculty
Members Are Invited To
Initial Speeches
All students and members of the
faculty are invited to attend the
first debates of the women's intra-
mural series, sponsored by the League,
at 4 p.m. today in Angell Hall.
The five debates will be given simul-
taneously in different rooms in thej
building. Judges for the debates were
announced yesterday by Mrs. Fred-
eric O. Crandall, faculty advisor for
the series. Prof. Darold B. Allen, for-
mer women's debate director, will
judge the contest between Kappa
Kappa Gamma team I and the team
from Alumnae House and Jordan
Hall in Room 3011 Angell Hall.
Weller To Judge Debate
Prof. Herbert Weller, of the speech
department, will act as judge for the
debate between Zeta Tau Alpha and
Jordan Hall in Room 1025. The con-.
test between Delta Delta Delta and
Martha Cook Building team II will
be, judged by Mr. Mark Bailey, of the
speech department.
Barbara Bradfield, Grad., will judge
the contest between Mosher Hall and
Martha Cook Building team III, and
M'. Norman Reid of the speech de-
paitment, will act as judge for the
debate between Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma team II and Martha Cook Build-
ing team I.
Chairmen To Be Chosen
Chairmen for the various debates
will be chosen from members of
Prof. G. E. Densmore's advanced
speech class. The question which will'
be argued is "Resolved: That inter-,
collegiate athletics should be subsi-
dized."
The affirmative teams in the con-
test will be expected to propose the
amount of subsidization to be debat-
ed pro and con. Initial speeches will
be limited to eight minutes in length
and rebuttals will be four minutes.
Teams will furnish their own time
keepers for the debates.

AnnualStyle Show

To

Be Held March 24 At The League

JGP Ticket Sales Open Today;
Play Has 19th Century Setting

-Daily Photo by Sheeline
NORMA VINT HELEN RALSTON CLARISSA MELOY
100 Junior Women To Take Part In Production;
Seniors Will Be Honored Guests At First
Performance; Sales End March 25

Tickets for "Pig in a Poke," this
year's Junior Girls Play, go on sale
at noon today in the box office of the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Zelda
Davis, ticket chairman, announced
yesterday.
The box office will be open from
noon to 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
through Saturday, 12:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. Sunday, and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday through March 25. Members
of the ticket committee will be on
duty during these hours to make res-
ervations.
Seats in the first 16 rows of the
main floor are priced at $1.00, the last
five rows on the main floor and the
first six in the balcony are 75 cents
and all other balcony seats will be
priced at 50 cents. The play will be
presented March 22 through 25, with
main floor seats being reserved for
seniors the first night.
"Pig in a Poke" takes place during
the latter part of the nineteenth cen-

tury, the period of hoop skirts and
ruffles. Approximately 100 junior wo-
men will appear in the play itself, and
half again as many are participating
in committee work, Dorothy Shipman,
chairman, announced.
All costumes for the production,
with the exception of three men's cos-
tumes which are being ordered from
New York, are being made by juniors,
including the voluminous hoops which
appear on a large portion of the
dresses.
There will be a compulsory meet-
ing of members of the ticket commit-
tee at 4 p.m. Sunday, Miss Davis
said. The schedule of box office
assignments will be posted on the
bulletin board in the undergraduate
office of the League, and all commit-
tee members are requested to look up
the periods to which they have been
assigned today.
Club To Dance
Before Council

Latest Styles
F o r Campus
To Be Shown
Students Will Help Model
Merchandise Loaned By
Detroit Company1
Three door prizes will be awarded
to the holders of the lucky tickets at
a style show to be held from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. March 24 in the
ballroom of the League. The show
is being sponsored by the League,
and styles will be presented by a De-+
troit store. Barbara Heath, '39, chair-
man of the social committee, is in3
charge.l
Eleven students and several pro-'
fessional models from Detroit will
wear clothes of every type. Sports,
afternoon and evening wear will be
shown in addition to top-coats. and
accessories.
Student Models Named
Marian Baxter, '39, Florence Broth-
erton, '40; Nancy Chapman, '42; Mar-'
cia Connell, '39; Nancy Ketcham, '42;
Marietta Killian, '39; Edith Lynch,
'41; Jenny Petersen, '39; Barbara
Teall, '39; Alice Thomas, '42 and
Virginia Voorhees, '39 are the stu-
dents who will model.
Tickets wlil be distributed by mem-
bers of the social committee or may
be procured at a table in the main
lobby of the League the day of the
show. There will be no charge for
the tickets, but reservations for tables
in the ballroom itself entail the obli-
gation of ordering tea which will be
25 cents. Reservations may be made
by calling Mrs. A. L. Clarke at her
office in the League.
The style show presented by this
store is an annual affair, and is con-
ducted by the social committee of
the League. Charlie Zwick's six piece
orchestra will play, and a represen-
tative of the store will do the an-
nouncing.
Attendance Is High
One table will be reserved for a
group of Ann Arbor women who will
be the special guests of the store. The
names will be announced later, Miss
Heath said. At last year's show there
was an attendance of more than 1,-
000, and for this reason it is impera-
tive that reservations be made
promptly.
Both residents of Ann Arbor and
students are urged to attend. The
show has been presented for a num-
ber of years and has always been ex-
tremely successful, Miss Heath said.
Ann Arbor people who find it im-
possible to pick up their tickets be-
fore March 24 may do so then.

Her
Viewpoint
by VICKI
March 31, still two weeks off, marks1
the climax of another 'struggle' for
positions on the Student Senate, con-
ceived last year at this time and ap-'
parently dying and ignominious;
death.
Originated in the hope that it
would become a respected and pow-
erful organ of expression for all types
of students, its chief value has ap-
parently been to act as a proving
ground for the Hare system of pro-
portional representation.
Volunteers Turn Out
Though this particular form of
election requires a lot of effort on the
part of the election officials, there
has been no lack of volunteer assis-
tants, particularly among political
science majors who are anxious to
find out exactly how the system
works.
Obviously however, the purpose of
the Student Senate is not to act as a
proving ground for any system of
election. Its purpose, a rather vague
quantity, is to function as a center
of discussion for all types of thought
on all types of question. In this pur-
pose it has been more successful than
most students realize.
Failure Due To Student
If it has failed then, its failure is
due to the lack of interest generally
found among students on this cam-
pus in current affairs outside the
scope of the Union, the League and
Angell Hall. Whether this is an in-
dictment of student attitude or not
depends chiefly on where one stands
in the case.
The most probable explanation is
simply that the average student is
too busy going his way to pay much
attention to the Student Senate or
anything else. At any rate, the Dies
committee would be hard up to find
a bit of red or even pink in the re-
ception accorded the Senate is any
indication.
Faith Braid, Don Bronson
Engagement Announced
The engagement of Faith Braid,
daughter of Mrs. John Braid of Pon-
tiac, to Don M. Bronson has been
announced by the former's mother.
Mr. Bronson is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Bronson of Detroit.
Miss Braid attended Michigan State
Normal College while Mr. Bronson is
a graduate of that institution and is
working on his Master's Degree here.

President and Mrs. Ruthven will)
entertain the student body at a teal
at their home from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
today, Virginia Lee Hardy, chairman
from the social committee of the
League, announced today.
Special guests for the tea will be
Chi Phi, Kappa Alpha Theta, Col-
legiate Sororsis, Theta Xi, Triangle
and Zone VII of the league houses.
Those who will pour during the
afternoon include Mrs. J. A. Hayden,
Mrs. E. R. Sunderland, Mrs. Chester
Slosson, Mrs. A Bader, Mrs Harry
Hall, and Mrs Hazel Robinson.

rF, FATHER HUBBARD

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in person with his movies
arch 22 Hill Auditc
Tickets at Union, Wahr's, Tel. 7020

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Ruthven Tea To Be Held Today

* At the tip of your toe, shoes start
to disappear this season-leaving
most of your feet right out in the
open! Our skylarking, open-wide
sandal, the cuPiD.

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Members of the social committee
whq are expected to assist are Yvonne
Westrate, '41, Jane Ann Visscher, '41.
Mary Helen Davis, '41, Constance
Berry, '41, Dorothy Dunlap, '41, Mar-
jory Strmnd, '41, Jane Sapp, '41, Mary
Ellen Spurgeon, '40, Ann Vedder, '41,
Jean Tenqfsky, '41, Janet Homer,
'41, and Beverly Brakin, '41.
This will be the second Ruthven
Tea of the semester. All undergradu-
ate students are invited to attend,
Miss Hardy said. The teas are held
bi-monthly, and the social committee
of the League assists at each tea.

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FATHER HUBBARD
in person with his movies
March 22 Hill Auditorium
Tickets at Union, Wahr's, Tel. 7020
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BURTON'S
SLuthDVER
115 South Main Street

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Folk
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Suite To Be Given
Festval In Detroit

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Famous four gore pure
dye all silk satin slips.
Sizes 32 to 44 ..,$2.95
SNew lace trimmed
Mouses $2.95

Slip Trouble?
TRILLIUM
tailored lingerie

The women's dance club is now
working on two programs to be pre-
sented in April, Beth O'Roke, '40A,
president, said recently.
The club will present a folk suite
at the annual Dance Festival of the
Michigan Dance Council, to be held
Saturday, April 1, at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts. Play Production will
also take part in the festival, dancing
the polka from "The Bartered Bride."
The dance club will present a pro-
gram Friday, April 28, for the School-
masters' Convention to be held here.
Beatrice Lovejoy, '39Ed, will repre-
sent the club at the Midwest Physi-
cal Education Convention, which will
be held Thursday, March 30, ate In-
dianapolis, Ind. She will present three
solos before the eight colleges repre-.
sented.

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Is the ans
Two pal
silk, cr
slips, re
lengths.
311/2 to

wer

They CaUl The
~i7"Jellybeans"
These neat little pullovers in a nar-
row rib and soft cotton knit. Colors
sweet as sugar, varied as those
0' favorites of your childhood "Jelly-
beans". The price is so modest you'll
want several to wear from now right
through the summer. And they wash
like the proverbial "charm."
Blossom blue, stucco pink, spray
green, aqua, wisteria, Bali rose,
cherry and japonica.
.$10

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ACTIVITY NOTES

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nel pure dye all
repe or satin
gular or short
Sizes 32 to 44

431/2

... $1,95

Recent initiations at chapter
houses are as follows:
Acacia: James E. Ballard, '40; Wil-
liam S. Bowden, '40; Charles D. Ford,
'39E1; Arthur Hills, '42SM; George
Sharrard, '40; Paul R. Williams,
Grad.; Walter J. Roberts, '41, of Ann
Arbor, has been pledged by the fra-
ternity.
Lambda Chi Alpha: Oscar Decleck,
40E; Charles Willison, '41E; Aubrey
Roberts, '41; Damon Woods, '42E;
Harold Nelson, '42: Charles Bush.
-42E; Glidden Doman, '42E and
Franklin Burt, '42E.
Phi Gamma Delta: Norman Call,
42; Dale Chamberlain, '42; Milton
Darling, '42; Charles Hall, '4'2E; Ed-
ward McCracken, '40; Edward Mar-
tin, '40; Owen Mays, '42; John Nicolls,
140E; Robert Titus, '42; and Keith
Yoder, '41. Recently pledged by the
fraternity were John Smolenski, '40
and Robert Ulrich, '41.
Zeta Psi: Charles Pekor, '41; Wayne
Hadley, '41; Robert Gustafson, '41;
Fred Arnold, '42; Charles Gould, '42,
and Thomas Gamon, '42.

Coyne Spring and
Saddle
Shoes
Will be shining white
and new. Neat contrast
to the glossy brown
saddles and red rubber
soles.
$50

Al"
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Plaid silk shoe laces 15c a pair

camisole top slips for your shcer

* Swishing taffeta slips for your little girl dresses-violet,
fuschia, chartreuse, black or navy - 1.95 and $2.95

0 Tailored pure dye all silk satin gowns

$3.95

Si
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* Charming lace trimmed gowns in trousseau pinks and
blues and printed satins with swirling circular skirts.
$2.95 and $3.95
All with the famous Trillium label

Anklets

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In colors to match your new
Spring sweaters and skirts. Of
soft angora wool that's su-
prisingly hard to wear out, they
have Lastex tops for trim fit at
the ankles.
50c a pair

Mimes To Present Skit
Mimes, campus dramatic society.
will resent a skit "Humoresque" by
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