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SUNDAY, MAY 9, 192G THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CHOOSE LANTERN
NI1GHT CAPTAI NS
Formal Anouncenment Of New Meem
bers Will Take Place After
Formation Of 11K
AIDES TO WEAR WHITE
Class captains were elected among
the aides selected to direct the line
of march in the Lantern night proces-
sion Tuesday, May 8, at a recent meet-
ing of the group. They are as fol-
lows: Senior Elizabeth Parrott, Jun-
ior, Margaret McNally, sophomore,
Marian Van Tuyl, and freshman, Vir-
ginia Reid.
The distinctive dress that was se-
lected for the aides is white knickers
and blouses with colored ties and
belts to distinguish between the class-
es. As usual the seniors will wear
blue, -the juniors yellow, the sopho-
mores red, and the freshmen green.
The patrons and patronesses will be
entertained at the picnic supper by
the various sororities and dormitories,
and have been named , as follows:
President Clarence Cook Little and
Mrs. Little, Miss Jean Hamilton, Dr.
Margaret Bell, Dr. John Sundwall and
Mrs. Sundwall, Mr. Shirley Smith and
Mrs. Smith, Mr. Ira Smith and Mrs.
Smith, Mr. Robert Campbell and Mrs.
Campbell, Dean John R. Effinger and
Mrs. Effinger, Dean Joseph A. Bursley
and Mrs. Bursley, Dean Henry M.
Bates and Mrs. Bates, Dean Hugh C.
Cabot and Mrs. Cabot, Dean Allan S.
Whitney and Mrs. Whitney, Dean Wil-
bur L. Humphreys, Dean Mortimer

To Hold Luncheon
In Interests 'Of
League Campaign
All Michigan women in Ann Arbor
and all those who are interested in
the work for the alumnae on the Wo-
men's league campaign, will meet for
luncheon at 1 o'clock Tuesday, May 11,
at the Lantern shop.. Announcements
will be made of the calendar of events
of Michigan women and further plans
discussed for the finance drive. A re-
port will be given of the progress
made in the fund since March 1. Re-
servations may be made by calling the
Lantern shop.
E. Cooley and Mrs. Cooley, Dean Ed-
mund E. Day and Mrs. Day, Prof.
Fielding H. Yost and Mrs. Yost, Prof.
John L. Brunmm and Mrs. Brumm,
Prof. Emil Lorch and Mrs. Lorch,
Prof. Raleigh Nelson and Mrs. Nelson,
Prof. B. Louise Patterson, Mr. Robert
Frost and Mrs. Frost, Mr. Jesse Lynch
Williams and Prof. Ethel McCormick.
All women students are expected to
join th'e procession and runners will
be sent throughout the field to urge,
them to do so. The line and direction
of march will be practically the same
as in former years and will be fully'
explained later in The Daily.
A new event is going to be intro-
duced by the honorary societies this
year, that will in a measure supplant
the giving of athletic awards. This
is the formal announcing of new mem-
bers which will probably take place
immediately after the formation of the
I M. Although heretofore public an-
nouncement has been made through
The Daily, all decisions will be unan-
nounced until this time.

LEASUE IINSTALLATION
TO BE HELD THURSDAY
Officers and committee chairmen of
the Women's league will be installed
in their respective offices at the an-
nual installation banquet which will
be held this year at 5:30 o'clock,
Thursday, May 13, at Barbour gymna-
sium. All organized, houses will at-
tend the banquet as is the custom, and
a short installation will immediately
follow.!
League houses, dormitories and so-
rorities will be called tomorrow con-!
cerning the number of tickets desired,
and any who are not included may
secure reservations by calling Anne
Seeley, '26, 7817. The tickets are 50
cents.
Mothers To Hear
Girls' Glee Club
Following an established tradition
the members of the University Girls'
'Glee club will meet at 10:30 o'clock
this morning at the Congregational
church where they will take part in
the Mother's Day program there. The
members of the Glee club will wear
senior gowns. "Mother o' Mine" and
"Lullaby" by Brahms, will be sung.
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World Secretary
To Speak To Y. W.
Miss Charlotte Niven, .world secre-
tary of the Y. W. C. A., from London
'will be present at the annual meeting
of the University Y. W. C. A., which
Will be held at 4 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon in Newberry hall. She will
speak to the members at the meeting
and will be guest of honor at tea fol-
lowing it.
Miss Niven is spending a few weeks
in America visiting sometof the stu-
dent and city groups of the associa-
tion. She will be in Ann Arbor for
only one day and then go on to visit
the groups at Detroit.
Installation of the new officers and'
cabinet members of the organizations
will take place at this annual meet-
ing. Katharine Wilson, '26, retiring'
president will have charge of the
meeting. All the members of the as-
sociation have been sent a notice of'
the meeting and are requested to at-I
tend.
Members of the Sociology club were3
addressed by Miss Kathleen Allen of
the University hospital on "Medical
Social Work" at a recent meeting of1
the society. A short business meeting1
preceded the program and at this time
a nominating committee was appoint-
ed to nominate candidates for new of-
ficers.

KAPPA DELTA LEADS IN
WefgoAs A.HONOR POINTS
Kappa Delta is leading the inter-
house honor roll, according to the
points already recorded by the depart-
ment of physical education. Their
total so far amounts to 277, while Bet-
sy Barbour is second on the list, at
present, with 299 points, and Alpha
Phi third with 220. Kappa Kappa
Gamma has 200 points to its credit.'
These scores are composed from the
points obtained by the houses in the
various intramural sports. Kappa
Delta won the intramural basketball
tournament, while Betsy Barbour
gained a large part of its score'
through its winning the intramural
tournament.
Other sports still to be considered
by those making out the honor roll,
are ones giving individual points.
These are rifle, archery, and tennis.
Announcement was made of the en-
gagement of Blanche Barton, '26, to
Jack H. Page, '26L, at the Alpha Chi
Omega house. Page is a member of
the Delta Tau Delta and Phi Alpha
Delta fraternities.
EASTON, Pd.... Join 4. S&horpp
has completed ift sugar a miiature
of Indepeandence hall, Philadelphia

Dormitories Hold The following intramural games a
scheduled to be played at 4:15 o'clot
Joint Lawn Frete :'tomorrow afternoon on Palmer field
upper field, diamond one, Delta Gait
Betsy Barbour house and Helenma vs. Collegiate Sorosis; diamon
Newberry residence will combine in tBe at; diamond fou, Betsy r
giving a lawn fete Saturday, May 15. Delta Zeta; diamond five, Pi Beta P
Bridge, stunts, and tea will be features vs. Alpha Epsilon Iota; loer flel
othe afterno on program le in diam ond one, Delta Delta Delta 1
the evening a dance will he given in Alpha Xi Delta; diamond two, Adel
Betsy Barbour house. A similar plan Cheever vs. Kappa Delta.
was carried out two years ago.
Canton. -- Striking sChinese boa
men have drowned some Chineee *
violated their orders.
The Kappa Phi supper meeting will
be held at 6 o'clock Tuesday in Wes-,
ley hall, instead of 5:30 o'clock as be- Make your party dis-
fore stated.
Rehearsal of the cast of the Senior tinctive by using our
play will take place at 3:15 o'clock place cards, nut cups
Tuesday and Thursday in Newberry,
auditorium. and tales.
The Freshmen Girls' Glee club will
meet at 4 o'clock Wednesday at the APPLIED ARTS
School of Music before going to Betsy
Barbour house. 2 Mlckels Aread
All aides for Lantern night will Th Sho for Uni Gifts
meet at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon T
on Palmer field.
Give Mother a Treat

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