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December 13, 1938 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Chairman Of Women's

Intramural Debates Are Announce

'Ushering, Dancing, Pain ti~

Betty Bricker,
Anne Hawley
Are Appointed
Mrs. Frederick Crandall
To Be Faculty Adviser
For 1939 Tournament
Betty Ann Bricker, '40, and Anne
Hawley, '40, have been named co-
chairmen for the 1939 intramural de-
bate series sponsored by the League,
Jean Holland, '39, League president,
announced yesterday.
Miss Bricker is a member of the
business staff of the Daily. She has
also worked on the Theatre Arts,
candy booth, and publicity com.t-
tees of the League. Affiliated with
Gamma Phi Beta, Miss Hawley is
a junior night editor on the women's
staff of the Daily. She is also a
member of Wyvern.
Mrs. Crandall To Advise
Mrs. Frederic o. Crandall of the
speech department acted as faculty
adviser for the 1938 intramural de-
bate series, and she will work with
this year's chairmen.
Of those who took part in the 1938
intramural debates, Jane Krause, '41,
Margery Lehner, '39Ed, and Barbara
Newton, '41, are now members of the
women's varsity debate team.
A total of 32 teams of two mem-
bers each entered last year's debate
series of which Helen Jean Dean,
'39, and Barbara Paterson, '9, were
co-chairmen. Jean Tibbits, '40, and
Miss Newton, of Gamma Phi Beta,
were the winners of the series.
Four Rounds Held
Four rounds of debate, run as an
elimination contest, constituted the
1938 debate contest. Sixteen debates
were held for the first round, eight
for the second, four for the third and
two for the fourth,
The teams debated on the subject,
"Resolved: That the Proposed Unit-
ed States' Military Preparedness
Program Should Be Adopted."
Cold Shoulder,
Congealed Feet
tiepr ess Seller
By ANN VICARY
Brr . . cold . . . how'm I ever go-
ing to hold out for an hour of this...
kinda fun, though.. . this apron looks
so darned official ... get your Good-
fellow Daily here, sir . . . thanks ...
mightly decent of the old boy . .
hmmm . .. no go on this fellow . .
you can tell his house bought one
for him a mile away . . . good idea,
of course . . . makes it a little im-
personal though . . . oh thanks, lady
. . gee, that one was a surprise,.
guess if they're going to give any-
thing it deosn't take much salesman-
ship to pry it out of them . . . good
thing or I'd never sell any . . . some
of these fellows just track a man
down and make him buy one . . . I
just haven't got the right technique
I . . , suppose this girl looks like
the type . . . buy your Daily here .. .
oh, you've got yours, huh .. . okay
why don't people bring their's
with them when they come down on
campus? . . . it would save 'em a lot
of trouble ... you can tell the profes-
sors have been through the mill be-
fore . . . they're smart, buy one early
and stick it in their pocket with the
end sticking out conspicuously .
gee, my feet are cold . . . wonder if I
could sneak inside a minute . . . not
much traffic right now . . . oh. I'll
stick it out a while longer, then take
a few minutes out . . . Daily, sir?

... thanks ... they're all pretty kind
hearted.. . just a few don't buy, and
they're usually broke . .. a bit of the
o1' Christmas spirit, I guess . . . boy,
will I be glad to get home for vaca-
tion . . . Daily, sir? . . . no- answer,
huh . . . oh, well, let him be a sour-
puss . . . there're as good fish in the
sea, 'n stuff . . . boy, my feet! ... oh,
hello, Johnny.. . got yours already, I
see . . . the double-cross; that's what
I calls it . . . yeah, bet I flunked it too
. . . better step on it or you'll never
make it . .. g'bye . . . think I'll call
it quits for about five minutes .
warm up the old feet .. . not many
coming past right now .

For A Holiday Date

Listed As J. G. P. Com
By CLAIRE FORD er more advance preparation than
Because friendships, class unity tickets or make-up. They must be
and valuable experience are all a part designed and made for a cast of ap-
of JGP; because every junior woman proximately 150 people, with a wide
is urged to take part; because every- range of ripping, dying, sewing and
one who tries out will have a role unusual fabrics involved.
or committee work depending on her Committee Duties Explained
tastes; because positions are open Publicity, programL and finance
on all committees, and because every- committees begin their work this se-
one is restricted to one committee, mester and are finished by the time
here are some pointers to help in performances begin. The publicity!
king a satisfyig choice, committee sees that everyone on!
The only qualifications are an campus knows about and wants to
eligibility slip signed by Patie Hai- see' JGP. Window displays, posters
slip, a health recheck certificate and articles are all standard ways of'
available immediately at Health informing the public, and any wom-
Service and signed by Miss Haislip an with a flare fc original ideas is
and a receipt forsone-dollar class always more than welcome.
dues to cover expenses until boxof- The program committee includes-
fice income is available. I more than simply printing cast and
Various Committees Function committees on a sheet of colored pa-
Some -will function both semesters. per: art work, letters to patrons, and
some only next semester and on only soliciting advertisements for people
one will the members be excluded with an interest in the more business-
from taking part in the production like aspect of dramatics.
itself. Finance Group Collects Dues
This is the usher committee whose The duty of the finance committee
memberspv work only for the beginning h uyo h iac omte

mittee, so people who are interested when you'll work, how much and at
but not specifically prepared to cre- what. What will you have? A list
ate or coach ;.ancing may petition. of the committee chairmen is posted
7 There they are, juniors, telling you t in the League undergraduate office.
m ittee Wo r k
is to collect the dues mentioned above ATTENTION, G I RLS!
from each woman in the class of '40.
It will be done through representa-
tives in all the dormitories, sorori-
ties and League zones, and at desks -
in Angell and University Halls."
The two remaining groups are di- .
rectly connected with production and
will start work immediately after ASA LE
Christmas: the dance and music com- -
mittees. People who can sing, com-
who can), and people who play the I
piano are invited to provide songs,
play for singing and dancing rehears-
als and hold orchestra auditions. '295flan cv u
Singing classes will be held for wom Our regular 2.9>Sfelt snap brims and campus
en interested in taking singing roles classics on sale for two days only at this money-
in preparation for the singing to be
done in the play. saving price. In all colors and headsizes. We
Classes Start After Vacation advise an early selection.
Similar dancing classes will be
started after vacation by, the dance
committee which creates the dances 20% REDUCTION on all DOBBS
fits them to the script. and finishes'__
them for presentation. Secretarial
work is needed on the dance com- M

After your last classes are over
you will want to tuck away your
angora sweaters and dress for the
city as the above young modern.
The sophisticated appeal in this
ensemble is achieved by the con-
servative use of sparkling jewels
against a.:dusky- background.
Mrs. Yamagiwa To Talk
On Flower Arrangement
Appearing before the Garden sec-
tion of the Faculty Women's Club,
Mrs. Joseph K. Yamagiwa, wife of
Mr. J. K. Yamagiwa, instructor of
Oriental languages and literatures,
will present . a talk upon flower ar-
rangements, "Japanese Sand Trays."
Mrs. Yamagiwa is a native of Japan,
although her husband was born in
the United States.
The meeting will be held at 3 p.m.
tomorrow
CORRECTION
A correction of a statementj
made in the Panhellenic story in
yesterday's Daily has beet made
by Stephanie Parfet, '39, presi-
dent of Panhellenic Association.
The declaration that a uniform
initiation day for both fraternities
and sororities was being consider-
ed by the association is false, Miss
Parfet said. The decision pertains
to sororities only.

of the four performances from March
22 to 25, so that it is desirable for
the woman who would like to par-
ticipate and cannot afford a great
deal of time. Each individual mem-
ber will not work every night. There
are other committees waich will func-
tion on the nights of' performances
with half their members taking care
of work necessary at that time and
the others free to take roles. They
are the tickets, costumes, make-up,
and properties committees with duties
as follows. All but one work second
semester only.
The ticket committee sees to the
printing of tickets, all advance sales,
and selling in the box office on per-
formance nights. They are meeting
for the first time at 4:30 p.m. today
in the League. Make-up committee
procures all necessary materials in
advance and is responsible for every
cast member going on to the stage
properly made up. Properties com-
mittee is responsible for the materials
used on stage.
Costumes, like props, require rath-
Last Big 10 Debate
Of Semester Held
Varsity affirmative debaters met
the University of Wisconsin yesterday
in the League in the second Big Ten
meet on the planned economy ques-
tion. It was a non-decision contest.
Barbara Newton, '41, and Kather-
ine Schultz, '39, of the Michigan
squad were coached by Mrs. Frederic
0. Crandall. The Wisconsin team
consisted of Ruth Thompson and
Leota Davis who were coached by
Prof. Gladys Borchers. Barbara
1 Bradfield, Grad., was program chair-
man and Anne Hawley, '40, made ar-
rangements for the debate.

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