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'7, "SATUIRDAY, MAY 16, 1926

'THE MICHICAN DAILY

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FETE TO FEATURE
*nJor G irs' Play Numbers To Be Re-
vived During Afternoon' By
Members Of "Becky" Cast
LEAGUE WILL BENEFIT,
Proceeds from the "jitney dance"
which will be given at 9 o'clock to-
night at Betsy Barbour house will go
to the Women's league. This novel
entertainment will be offered as a part
of the program of the lawn fete which
is being given through the co-opera-
tion of the Women's league, Betsy
Barbour house and Helen Newberry

Arrange Lantern
Night Procession
Arrangements for the Lantern night
procession are being made by the
aides who have been appointed as rep-
resentative women on campus, for the
purpose of directing the line of march.
A change has been made this year
so that the entireblock "M" will be
lighted by the lanterns carried by the
seniors.
A troup of Ann Arbor Boy Scouts
will keep order. Another feature
of the evening will be the public an-j
nouncement of new members by Mor-
tar Board, Senior society, and Wyvern,1
honorary campus societies.

TO OBSERVE TRADITIONS
AT SENIOR BREAKFST1
Caps and gowns are to be worn by
senior women at the annual senior
breakfast, which will be held this year
on Saturday June 9, in the ballroom
of the Michigan Union. Two tradi-
tional customs, that of passing lemons
and of blowing out candles will be
observed by the graduating women at
this time. Mothers of the senior wo-
men have been invited to attend the
Senior play, which will be presented
immediately after the breakfast.

Baseball Scores
Members of the sophomore inter-
class baseball team defeated the fresh-
men, in the game played Thursday
afternoon on Palmer field, by a score
of 11 to 7. In the junior-senior game,
the juniors were victorious with a
score of 14 against their opponent's
5. Virginia Platt, '28, made the only
home run.

NOTICES
Tickets for the W. A. A. banquet to.
be held Saturday, May 23, willbe sold.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
afternoons, May 18, 19, 20, at Barbour
gymnasium. Only members way at-
tend.
W. A. A. board will meet at 1 o'clock
today at Helen Newberry residence.
Final rounds in the tennis tourna-,

ment must be played off by Monday, All University women taking golf,
May 17." whether in class or for outside credit,
There will be a joint meeting of are requested to place their score
the board of directors and the board cards in the box in Barbour gymna-
of representatives of the Women's sium.
league at 9 o'clock Saturday in room
110 of the Library. Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
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In connection with the dance, the
. committee at Betsy Barbour house
have provided a large fish pond which
will cost 10 cent$ a trial. The mys-
teries of this fish pond according toj
the committee, will be revealed only
to those who "bite."
The lawn fete which is being plan-
,red for the afternoon will consist of
bridge, stunts and tea. Tables may
be reserved for bridge by calling
Elizabeth Nutt, '28, or they may be
purchased at the entrance when they
will be sold for one dollar each. If
the weather proves too cold for play
on the lawn, the tables will be moved
to the parlors of Helen Newberry
residence.
Entertainment in the form of acts
from the Junior Girls' play will be
provided during the afternoon. Ma-
rion Leland, '27, Margaret Sherman,
}7, and Ruth McCann, '27, will revive
their songs and dances from the play,
and the newsboys and other choruses
Piave also been obtained to repeat
their performances.
IE LUB LEAVES FOR
OHIO EXHANGE CONCERT
Thirty-five members of the Univer-
Tity Girls' Glee club accompanied by
"Miss Nora Crane Hunt and Mrs: Mar-
aret Kent-Miller left at six o'clock
his': morning for Columbus, Ohio,
'where they will complete an exchange
concert arranged by the Girls' Glee
clubs. of Michigan and Ohio. All the
expenses of the trip have been met by
funds derived from the Ohio concert
''ere, and a benefit show sponsored
-T by the Michigan club.
SWhile in Columbus, the members of
the Michigan Glee club will be the
guests at sororities and dormitories
gn9f that campus. The trip to Colum-
bus istbeing made in buses in which
the members will return Sunday
morning. The proceeds of the concert
in Ohio will go to the Ohio Girls' Glee
club. The exchange concert is in-
tended to help the members of one
organization know those of the other
and in that way increase the friend-
ship between the women of the two
colleges.)
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LAN TERNNIGHT FORMATION
AND MARCH INSTRUCTIONS I

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EVERY HOUR
OF YOUR DAY
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. Last year Rayon was some-
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year it has established itself as
a most desirable fabric for in-
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Rayon frocks in this group are
appropriate to do housework in
yet they are good - looking
enough to wear to market or
on a morning visit to one s
neighbor, and plain colored
ones for sport and daytime
wear.
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Class formations for the Lan-
tern night procession will be as
follows: seniors on the hill be-
hind the nurses' home, juniors
inside the fence facing the nurs-
es' home, sophomores outside the
fence facing the field house, and
freshmen outside the fence, be-
side the nurses' home following
the sophomores.
At the signal for the beginning
of the procession the seniors will
march four abreast to the middle
of the field and turning down it
march down the center of the
field. The juniors will follow
the seniors to the middle of the
field and divide two juniors going
down on either side of the sen-
iors. The sophomores, four
abreast will - march straight
across the back of the field and
turning at the farthest corner
form a line at the extreme right
of the field. The freshmen who
follow them will turn at the first
corner and march four abreast
down the left side. At one
whistle seniors will turn, divide
into twos and go under the arch-
es held by the juniors coming
down the center line again in
fours. At three whistles the two
middle, sophomores will march
across the front of the field as
the two middle freshman march
across' the back of the field. The
sophomores will stand in the
middle of the freshman line and
the freshmen take their places
on the outside of the sophomore
line.
At two whistles the juniors
will march to the end lines and
passing through the middle pass
their hoops to the sophomores,
and marching then in a diagonal
line to the center of the field
while the seniors come to the
front nnt an ivide in two, nts

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