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WFT)NMSP)AY, ArrIT, 29, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NAME, COMMITTEES FORf'
LANTERN NIGHT SERICEI
Plans for the Lantern Night and
Field day ceremonies which will be
held May 19 at Palmer field are going
forward rapidly according to Mari-
anna Smalley, '25, president of the
W. A. A. The following women formI
the committee in charge of the' ar-
rangements : p ubliic i ty, Florence
Probst, '26, Evelyn Smith, '25, Mar-
guerite Ainsworth '26; awards,
Louise Roberts, '26, guests, Margaret .
Dixon, '25, dlecorations, Ann Wheeler,
'26, program, Mary Allshouse, '27,
box lunches , Myra Finsterwald, '27,1
and Irene Field, '27, houses, Norma
Clarke, '26, gahnes, Lucille Walsh, '27,
songs, Harriet Donaldson, '27, enter-,
tainment, Olive McKay, '25, lanterns,1
Olga Verdelin, '25, hoops, Mary Stew-
.art, '25, band, Adelaide Sherer, '25.
In the Lantern Night ceremony the
seniors in caps and gowns carry theI
lanterns symbolizing the brightnessI
of their college days and at the endl
of the ceremony pass these on to the
juniors. The juniors in turn pass to
the sophomores the flowered arches
which they have carried in the pro-
cession. The part of the freshmen is
the presentation of the dancing pag-
eant which forms the chief entertain-
nment feature before the ceremony.
The field day events, which are
held in the afternoon, will consist of'
archery, tennis, track, and baseball.
The women will hold a picnic supper,
on the hillside and at this time the
sweaters, arm bands, pins and other
awards granted by the W. A. A. willi
be given out.
LEAP THE CLASSIFIED ADS,

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- ffr-0- OR sgned up for the tournament should Announcement has been made of
Priz Sr1IOS HIHES P9 -Hl IEIIOPPSESconsult them immediately to find out the engagement of Frances M. Mur-
In Essay Confest$[i, RSSCOE IGHST'PA-CLLENtiC POE OT ESioliasge ory 2,Sly
11IC SwI;teoponents asge ote.The ry,'2, o elynP. ridge, '2,.
he ommlunil to ' N Hfirst MEETRUdHIgames must be played off Miss Murray is a member o Alpha
1 ffrdhoprtntytcmetholI pa off their second round if nouncement was mal.e at a dinner
fo(.Q10piefo h. eteson 1 Firt paceinthesecnd nnul he eguar i --th-meeingof possible. The courts are open from party recently. urridge is a memr-
fore subject, 1)PiZC tand Wom lent Shall1 Irstplae iteasconmanua ofhe etuarhi-ontly eeingof Sto 9 andI 4 to b o'clock every (ay br of PsiOmiega fraternity.
th professionnadaomelSallIphiysical education meet Pan-H~ellenic was held Tuiesday af- h himn o h ~eha
praeEua ihs Aypae of esioa Pageant committees will hold a meet and all day Friday and Saturday.-
HaveEqul Rght." ny diae o which was held Monday in Barbour ternoon at the Kappa Alpha Theta
the subject including legal, lphilo-gmaimwa wre to the sen- house. A rpr was gvnb the I n at 4 o'clock tomorrow in the Wo - London, April 28.----The Vickers
sophical, or economic may be emr- I trs. According to Miss Gernmaine! president concerning~ the result of the, men's League .'ar lotsa in Barbour gym- The Portia-Athena debate an-
phasized. This prize is offered byOit ieco ftemet h e-sooiyVt b-o o ;c nasium., nounced for 8 o'clock tonight will becmpny Ltd., of Grat Iritain hags
the Students' Council of the National 1iors eevdatoa f6.3ponsodsmetrrsigshudi n eld t 7:45' o'clock in Sarah Cas- concluded an agreement with the
I Woman's Party of Washington, D. C. out of a possib~le 90, while the sopho- stalled at the Univer'sity 01f Michig'an.; The Mother' Cooe group o te well Angell hall. Margaret Lord will Soviet government for te construe-
Essays are to be between; 3,000 and mores came close second with 65.06 The vote was 16 to 3 against the Freshman Pageant will meet at 7:30 take the place of Della Hlouland. tion of an oil refinery at Baku.
5,000 words, and mnust be, sent in he- pints. hejuir made 61.94 andi measure. o'clock onWdnsaevig in Bar-
Secretary of the Students' onil ulPa-elni uceo-ni
National Woma n's Party I 10dquacil, Thei judges for the meet were Di. na PnHllnc lucenani
en', Cpiol ~., wsnngi~iMargaret Bell, Miss B Louise Patter-I next fall. Houses were requested to Mummers will meet at 4 o'clock to-,=
ersCapiol fll],Washngto, KC jassist the members o the Women's ay at tlie Alpha Omicron Pi house.
An announcement o the countest, nand Miss Ethel M rm.. Thle Ieet osstdoUaciggm egei terefrstosl-ikt
containing a bibliography on equal eetfor "Pe f achn, y- teirenfotstowell ticketsers
rigtsan te ams o te u~ge nsiu wrk ad pprats or. or"PterPa",a~ wllasto i e Mmeso h edrhp commis-I
isiu poksn p a a us w r . jv f th e d r hpadted n sf t e boa d gles M iss Guiot was assisted by Greta the Am erican Association of ip iver- sion of the Y. XW. C. A. will m eet atI
is ostd n te ulltinbord n it aMae Adams, 25,who hnad chrarge of siY women their assistance in the 4:15 o'clock tomorrow at Newberry i
intarouri is i . n yiedt O sl(tuden the upper' classes, and by a commit- production of the "The Last Laugh" hall. -
_tee consisting of Evelyn Dohney, 25, ob ie tll uioimfrte--
9ladys Eastcott, '26, Mary Jo Buent- benefit of Wonmen's League. Mortarboard will meet at.'7:30 o -I: w
-4l~lI itae ing, '26, Etruria Doster, '27, Sarah The next meeting will e held clock tonight at Betsy BlarblourI house I
B~onine, '28, and Elizabeth Cronin, 28. Tuesday at the Kappa Delta house All members are to pay dues0. I -
And Holds Banqueti whenm the proposed changes in thle(
TT7 AAnATushing pules will he decidled upon. Schedules for games in the tennis
Members of Portia Literary society YI. A E e t e tournament are posted in Barbour
j wil hlteir 'nua "anut t!6P esd ntTdI~ Patronize Raly Adveitsers - it gymnasium and the first dames w ill-
o'clock tomorrow night at the GreenJ 1 pays.-Ad.. be played today. All women who I
Tree inn. Formal initiation fo the Seodeeto..o rsdito
following new members will precede iScn lcin o rsdn f. a
the banquet: Alice Campbell, '26; ;the W. A. A. will be held from 10
Erma Schultz, '26; Margaret I-enckel, to 1anfrom 1to3 'clctdyi
'26; and Mary Kent Miller, '27. ( University hall. This election is for-
Prof. Thomas C. V1 rueblood and,4 the purpose of breaking the tie be- {II3
Prof. Lewis K. Ike will be present as tween Myra Finsterwald, '27, and R UY RN-fclyget.Tefloigrpo rn il,'7 hc eutdfo
snaiewilsekoin this occas- thfis elections held before spring
ion: faculty, Profesor Trueblood; I vacation. Fulisf~~p] sik ~ ~ y
senior class, Juna Mary Barnes; inn-1 ulIF shon d Bie to kig
for class, Marion Good; sophomore Theta Sigma will meet Thursday I
class, Mary Rent Miller. at the Alpha Xi Delta house. Meni-
-i- hrs are requested to be there prompt- a
READ ┬░TILE CLASSIFIED ADS, ly at 8 o'clock. No more embarrassing garter runs. The "Ruby
! Ring" prevents it. Every woman who wears sik
"STRING of chokera stockings can appreciate what this means in aW
+KPYT1 beads adds charm and good stocking. And speaking of good stockings,
smartness to any costume. there -is no better silk, no better workmanship, no
A D V A N CED Beads in red, amber, crystal, stroniger heels, toes and soles, than our own exclu-
M O.coral, green, blue, rose and sive "Ruby Ring" stocking boasts of. Every
SUM ER MOD LSare priced at 59cto wantedshade.
Of $5.00 here,
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COURSE TICKETS
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$5, $5.50, $6, $7
If festival coupon from Choral Union
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