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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1,926

T14E MICHIG~AN DAILY

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SET LANTERN NIGHT
DATE' FOR MAY 18
Picnic Suppers, Freslihian Pageant
And Class Procession Featured
By Tradition
MICHIGAN BAND TO PLAY
Lantern night, the tradition that
means to Michigan women what Cap
night means to Michigan men, has
been set for Tuesday May 18, and will
begin with the traditional picnic sup-
per at 5:30 o'clock at Palmer field.
At this time the present classes will
take a step forward and the seniors
will move into the world of alumnae,
the juniors will become seniors, the
sophomores juniors and the freshmen
sophomores.
The traditional lighted lanterns and
flowered-trimmed hoops will feature
in the annual procession, the juniors
handing the latter to the sophomores
and receiving the lanterns from the
seniors, who will attend the affair as
is the custom, in caps and gowns.
Contrary to the former custom the
athletic awards will not be given out,,
and the field events which in the past,
have taken place in the afternoon have3
been taken out of the program and
will be held separately at a later date.
The Freshman pageant will begin atl
7 o'clock after the picnic supper which
will be held on the hillside.. As usual
the sororities, dormitories and league1
houses will attend in groups furnish-1
ing their own supper.-
There will be community singing
and the Michigan band will be present
The Sale
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Coxwell Chairs are noted for
comfort. That's why a man
always makes one his favorite
for the after-dinner session with
his cigar and the evening paper.
Above, a special value in Jac-
quard velour.I

'To Hold Tryouts
For Intramural
Tank Meet Today
Women planning to enter the intra-
mural swimming meet to be held May
13 at the Union may try out for swim-
ming from 8 to 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning at the Union pool, and for
diving from 7 to 8 o'clock tomorrow
night.
The five events which will be run
off at the meet are a breast stroke
race, back stroke race, free style race,
a diving contest and a relay.
to play for the procession which will
take place after the pageant. The W.
A. A. which sponsors the tradition is,
attending to the printing of programs
the cover of which will be decorated
with the winning design from the
Freshman pageant poster contest, and.
undoubtedly will involve the theme of
the pageant. This year's pageant has
been chosen from the introduction to
the "Life of Michael Angelo" by Ro-
maine Rolland, '29, and has been un-
der the general chairmanship of Cyn-
thia Hawkins, '29.
Margaret McNally, '27, is general
chairman of the entire Lantern night
ceremony and has as her central com-
mittee Janet Sinclair, '27, publicity,
Sarah Bonine, '28Ed., guests; Mary
Allshouse, '27Ed., decorations; Mar-
garet Purdy, '27Ed., box lunches;
Elizabeth Tompkins, '26, class stunts;
Jean Kyer, '27, house committee; Mary
Lou Miller, '26, songs; Louise Ritten-
house, '27, and Alice Felske, '27Ed.,
properties.

Alumnae Groups
Increase Pledge
Word was received yesterday from
the Detroit alumnae group that they
have decided to pledge an additional
$10,000 to the Women's league fund.
The Ann Arbor group have agreed to
take a similar pledge which with that
tentatively promised by the under-
graduate group will make a total of
$40,000 pledged under the new group
plan.
Plans for the talks being given byf
Mrs. W. D. Henderson before the or-
ganized groups on campus are being
completed. Mrs. Henderson has met
with more than 12 groups so far and
will before the end of the year talk
with all the women. Definite reportsf
are not yet available but the commit-1
tee hopes to have signed pledges for
2,000 parties to be given during the
vacation months.
The first of the teas for Oriental
women will be given at 3:30 o'clock
today in Newberry hall.

Alumnae delegates of

INTER-SORORITY CREED
DISCUSSED AT MEETING!

met with the regular delegates at the
last big meeting of the association
held yesterday afternoon at the Delta
Gamma house. Discussion of the na-
tional Panhellenic creed was the
principal feature of the program, in
which, both the alumnae and regular
delegates took part. It was announced
that the rushing rules and by-laws of
the association would be distributed
to the delegates and sent to the alum-
nae and patronesses before the close'
of the year.
Intramural baseball games sche-.
duled for 4:15 o'clock today at Palmer
field are: upper field, first diamond,
Betsy Barbour vs. Pi Beta Phi; upper
field, diamond three, Delta Delta Delta
vs. Adelia Cheever house; upper field,
diamond four, Alpha Xi Delta vs. Kap-
pa Delta; upper field, diamond five,
Alpha Phi vs. Alpha Chi Omega; low-
er field, diamond one, Kappa Kappa
Gamma vs. Helen Newberry; lower
field, diamond two, Zone 7 vs. Alpha
Gamma Delta. A game between Delta
Zeta and Alpha Epsilon Iota will be'
played at 5 o'clock.

Panhellenic

To Honor Mothers
At May Breaktast
According to a custom previously
established, the University Y. W. C. A.
will give its annual May ,morning;
breakfast, at 9:30 o'clock Saturday
morning in Newberry hall. This
breakfast is given as a part of the
regular Mother's day program arrang-
ed by different groups on the campus
for that week-end, and is given in hon-
or of the mothers who are visiting
here..
Reservations can be inade by call-
ing Newberry hall or by calling Al-
leen Miller, '27, at 7817. Louise Tur-
ner, '27, is general chairman of the
breakfast. Other members of the
committee are: Katharine Scott, '27;
Helen Hartman, '29; Marian Bradley,
'28;' Helen Edwards, '27; Edwina Ho-
godone, '27..
LUNCHEON FOR. MOTHERS
A Mother's Day luncheon will be
given at 12:15 today at the Haunted
Tavern by the members of the Annt
Arbor Business and Professional Wo-
men's club.

ENTIRE PAGENT CAST
TO REHEARSE TONIGHT
Assemblage of the entire cast of the
Freshman pageant for the first time
will take place at 6:45 o'clock tonight
when the entire production will re-
hearse at Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Up to the present time individual
groups have been having separate
practices, and tonight the principals
and choruses will have their first
chance to combine the units upon
which they have been working since!
Spring vacation.
A huge garland of flowers is being
made by the property committee to be
used in the Beauty chorus, which, to-
gether with costumes of light pastel
shades, will give a fleeting and light
impression. Material for all the cos-
tomes has been ordered and dyed by
the committee.

Wyvern will meet at 7:45 o'clock
tomorrow night at the Kappa Kappa
Gamma house.
The undergraduate campaign com-
mittee and new Women's league board
will meet at 3 o'clock tomorrow in
the Women's league office at Barbour
gymnasium.

Home Cooked

NOTICES

200 South Ingalls St.

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'TASTY
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709 North University
Near Arcade Theatre

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Candy Always a Choice Gift
Page & Shaw - Gilbert's - These choice
candies come in special Mothers Day wrap-
pers, and are priced from $1.00 to $4.50 a
box.
Toiletries of Delicate Fragrance

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Hear Them-They're Hot

New May Records
50c--Three for $1.19
Ukeleles, $1.95 and Up
Banjo-Ukes, $3.00 and Up
Tenor Banjo Outfits, $15.00 and Up
Portable Phonographs in any color, $14.95
The Arcade Music Shop
14 NICKELS ARCADE

What sweeter gift can you Qfer?
in fancy bottles, toiletries in s
range from $1.00 to $15.00.
(MAIN FLOOR)

Perfumes
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Wrapping and mailing, free of charge to any'address.

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Karpen Week Only
$48.00

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Week Only
$80.00

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Hosiery

Our connection with the "Consolidated Buyers," with its
buying power of 300 stores, gives us an unequalled oppor-
tunity to serve you satisfactorily as regards price. This week
you will find four groups of dresses at prices you'l greatly
appreciate.
$14.75 - $19.75 - $25.00 - $29.50
There are Georgettes, Flat Crepes, Prints and Novelties
in a large variety of the season's latest models.

So Important-

And Then Price-

*Unusually Attracri)'e
Tailored Hats
feature MIay Selling
$5.00 and $6.50
Women familiar with what is newest and smartest in
fashionable millinery will recognize that the most favored

A beautiful dress loses its fetchingness if the hosiery is not
right. If you buy your hosiery here you are served with
the most popular hose in America-GTHAM GOLD STRIPE.
Forty shades carried in stock-thousands of pairs sold--
dozens of customers added every week. Regular weight,
$1.85. Sheer, all silk, $1.95.

Coats,

by the

Way-

Are all reduced. Excellent values in the Sale. Sport and
Dress Coats in latest materials. Some as low as $19.75.
Remarkable values at $21.50, $32.75. $42.75 and $49.75.
Perhaps you need a coat.

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