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March 23, 1926 - Image 5

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TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1926 THE MICHIi

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TME ANNOUNCED FOR
LANTERN NIGHT PAGEANT
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Freshman women will present aj
yageant for, the third time as their
contribution to the annual ceremonies,
at Lantern Night this year. The~ideaI
for the.undertaking has been chosen
from the translation of the introduc-
ALion tothe "Life of Michael Angelo"
by Romaine Rolland, and it lends it-
self easily to the affair.
It was not until the class of '27, atI
the suggestion and under the direc-
tion of Dean Jean Hamilton, that aI
well-organized pageant with well-
trained dancing, was given. The old'
Greek tale of Persophene and Pluto
was worked ,out in this initial bow
of the Freshman pageant, the atmos-
phere of the entire production being
one of myth and phantasy.
"Once Upon A Time," a dance fan-
' tasy adopted from the fairy tale of
the "Sleeping Princess' was chosen
by those in charge to be worked out
by the class of '28. Emphasis was
laid upon the dancing and the cos-
tuming to even a greater extent than
in the preceding year.
Plans are already under way for
he pageant this year, according io
4 ynthia Hawkins, '29, general chair-
""-a n, Ard dates for the tryouts will
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IAnn Arbor First I
k To Reach Quota
Alumnae of Ann Arbor completed
their quota for the Women's league
building, Friday. At a luncheon held
at the Lantern Shop they voted to
underwrite the remaining amount of
the $54,000 to be redeemed within
three years. The same time has been
fixed in which those who have recent-)
ly pledged may pay their amounts.
This action on the part of the Ann}
Arbor group makes them the first to
complete their quota since the change
in the alumnae council office.
Also at the meeting Friday, the
alumnae voted to be hostesses at a
tea to be given at Martha Cook build-
ing, Saturday, March 27. This is the
date which has been set aside as
Alumnae day for the Junior Girls'
play, thus making Saturday an alum-
nae day while the junior class is mak-
ing it alumnae night at their per-
formance.
be announced in The Daily probably
before spring vacation.

1ARRANGE ACADEMIC MEET
IFOR INfERGIAssmFN

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I U11 1 WIL So far, the junior first squad is
ahead in the interclass basketball
Members of the sophomore and tournament, having won four games
freshman classes will be the partici- and lost none. The sophomores are
pants in the competitive academic next, with two victories to one defeat,
meet to be held at 4:20 o'clock on j while the seniors have won one game
Thursday in Barbour gymnasium. Iand lost three. The freshmen have
Grading is now being done in the been defeated in all three games.
swimming, natural dancing, and clog- The record of the second squads
ging classes in order to obtain an shows a different rating. The junior
average standing of the sophomores team has lost no games but has won
and freshmen in these activitiesThesetwo; and the freshman and sophomore
scores are to be added to the regular [teams have both won one game and
scoring of events in the meet, so that lost two.
every sophomore and freshman wo- Another game of the tournament is
man enrolled may add her bit to the to be played off this afternoon at 4:10
class score.-l o'clock in Barbour gymnasium, be-
The vents will be: tactics given tween the seniors and juniors. A
by the freshman andsophomore stu- sophomore-freshman game will be
dents in the professional school, a played at the end of the academic
mass up and over relay, a sultan re- meet to be held at 4:20 o'clock on
lay, a demonstration of clogging, buck Thursday, March 25 in the gymnasium.
jumping, and a track relay with 12 gymnasium.________
representatives from each class com- HAVANA.-The opening of the in-
peting, followed by a basket and a terna tionasamnle fair ha h nnot

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classes.

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