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SUNDAY, MAY. 17, 19251

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SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925 THE MICI-IIGAN DAILY FAG!~ ~tVW

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LANTERN CEREMONY1
PLANS COMPLETE

Houses are Urged to Attend Picnic
Supper at Palmer Field Before
Activities
SENIORS TO LEAD t
Complete plans for the annual field
day and Lantern Night celebration
have been announced by the physical{
education department and W. A. A.
cotinmittees in charge of the event.-
The field day events will open at 4
o'clock, Tuesday with class baseball
games. The seniors will compete
with the freshman while the sopho-
mores meet the juniors in the first
games of the interclass tournament.
At the same time In the archery field
will be played off the archery tourna-
ment, for which teams will be picked
.thy Miss Ruth Price at tomorrow's
practices. Other events of field day
will include the outdoor track meetI
and several games of the tennis tour-I
natnent.
: The picnic supper for all Univer-
sity women will start at 5:30. Organ-
; ized houses have been urged to give
up dinner -and attend this as house}
groups. Any woman whose house is
not intending to provide a picnic bas-
ket may obtain a box lunch from the,
W. A. A. by calling Irene Field, 7117,
before tomorrow noon. Drinks will be
provided at the field house.
The freshman pageant will start at
7 o'clock. "Once Upon a Time," is
the dance drama to be presented. Ac-
cording to the director, Miss Janet
Cuiimming, this pageant has been
r worked out successfully at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and the en-
thusiasm of the participants and the
excellent support of the freshmen wo-
men as a whole, insures equal suc-
cess for the Michigan women. The
costume committee have announced
that all of the costumes are finished
and ready for the presentation. Part
of them have been loaned by women
of the natural dancing classes and
the remainder have been made by the
committee. One of the most effective
color motifs is the ball group withl
costumes of green and flame.
The traditional Lantern ceremony!
will begin at 8 o'clock. The seniors
in caps and gowns will lead the pro-1
cession, members of Senior society'
and Mortarboard" marching first.
They will carry the lighted lanterns
which are to be passed on to the jun-
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To Lead Lantern Procession
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(Photo by Dey) (Photo by Dey)
Margaret Dixon, '25 Marianna Smalley, .1,
Margaret Dixon, '25, president of t he Women's League, and Marianna
Smalley, '25, president of the Women's Athletic association, will lead the
annual Lantern Night procession wh ich will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday
night in Palmer field.
Details concerning the places of i ne formation for the various classes,
together with the story of the fresh man pageant, and pictures of the
leads are to be found on page 14 of the second section.

University R omen Offered Use
Of Religio s, Moral Writingsi
Opportunity for reading books on that the different books can be con-
serious topics, rather than the mod- tinuously and understandingly read.
ern fiction are offered by the library "Religious Foundations" Isha com-
of hestuen C.A.An x-pil ation of articles by eight men, 1
of the student Y. WV. C. A. An ex- which is an attempt to make clear the
amination of the library disclosed attitude which is necessary for the
several volumes, which, in the opin- understanding of religion, rather than
ion of Miss Mary Ross, general secre- an attempt to set down any specific
tary of the student Y. W. C. A., would facts about it.
be well worth the reading of any . Probably one of the best and most
university woman. thought provoking books on thenlist
"Psychology and Morals" by J. A. is "Creative Experience" by Mary P.
Hadfield, deals with the study of the Follett, author of "The New State."
individual, as the most promising' Other books to be found are: "The
road to the solution of the problems Fellowship of Silence," a compilation
of society. "The purpose of this of several men, "The Meaning of
book," the author states, "is to ap- Prayer" and "The Meaning of Faith,"
proach the moral problem as the both by 'Harry E. Fosdick.
problem of the individual; to set out Besides the books there are several
the psychological factors which con- periodicals. "The Woman's Press,"
stitute character, to study the causes a magazine put out by the national Y.
of unrest of spirit, and to suggest W C. A., has an eight page section
lines along which ills may be cured called the Campus Forum, belonging
and the soul made free to realize hap-' entirely to the student association.
piness in- a community of moral be- Dorothy Jeffery '24, collects all ma-
ings." terial used in this department.
J. H1. Oldham, in his book "Christ- "Inter-Collegian" is a monthly mag-
ianity and the Race Problem" dis- azine published by the national
cusses the question, "Has the Student department of the Y. M. C. A.
Christian Church any contribution to dealing vIth particular problems of
make to the solutions of the prob- college life.
lens involved in the contact of dif-
ferent races in the world today, and Freshman pageant rehearsals for
if so, what is the nature of that con- tomorrow will be as follows: Ball
tribution and how it can best be group at 4:00 o'clock; Crystal and
made." Mirror groups at 4:30 o'clock; Dream
"Toward the Understanding of group at 4:45 o'clock; complete dress
Jesus" by Simkhovitch is a discussion rehearsal at 5:00 o'clock. All re-
of the teachings of Christ as an his- lhearsals will be held at Palmer field.

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L1111 U 0 URIVIILI JUUI IU UL "If the women of the University of torical event. It is neither a theolog-
nn i g o b m trical nor a philosophical work, but an
lu IAIHatOMempIaMichiganttoulrd become inaterestedeins
furthering such a project," stated .attemt at an historical understand-
Miss Mary H. Ross, secretary of the nk
I 5student Y. WV. C. A., "Itwoldb Another boo0k which will be found-
At the University of Wisconsin a twould at the Y. W. C. A. library is "The
plan under which' industrial women whNew Testament," an American trans-
lation by Edgar J. Goodspeed, in nov-
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summer.
This year the University authori-
ties have developed special courses in
economics, physical education, and
English. In addition to broadening
her viewpoint with regard to indus-
trial problems, the course is designed
to give the woman rich physical ex-
perience.
Last summer eight women attend-
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140 other college students in one of
thy dormitories.
A similar opportunity at Bryn
Mawr College is about to enter upon

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Give her, then something to
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enjoyment of your trip
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