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TJESDAY, MAY 18, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PICNIC SUPPER. TO BE FEATURE
UF TRADITIONAL LANTERN NIGHT

Program For Annual Ceremonies* Also

Includes Class Procession
Starting At 8 O'clock

ILL FORM BLOCK "MW
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fPicnic suppers,amulti-colored hoops,
senior lanterns, a freshman pageant,
and a block "M" will be featured to-
night in the traditionalLantern night
4 ceremonies. The supper will begin at
5:30 o'clock. and the class,;procession,
which is the last event on the pro-
gram at 8 o'clock. Palmer field, the
scene of the tradition will .be gaily┬░
decorated withrclass colors, and a
band stand has been erected for the
Varsity band which will play for the
singing and the procession.
Every woman in the University is,
eligible for this activity and is urged
to join the procession which marks
the change of classes from lower to
higher rank. The class formation for
the procession will be as follows: Sen-
iors on the hill behind the nurses'
home facing the field; juniors inside
the fence facing the nurses' home;
sophomores on the sidewalk outside
the fence facing the field house; and
the freshmen on the sidewalk beside
the nurses' home following the soph-
omores.
Marie Van Ossenbruggen, '26, has
written the senior song which is cus-
tomary for the seniors to sing just
before they pass their lanterns to the
juniors. This year's song will be sung.
to the melody of "Goddess of the In-
lAnd Seas."
"We are handing on our lanterns
With a symbol in their light
Of our work and our traditions
Do we gather here tonight
And as we pass out together
Scatter far by land ,and sea
With our friends and with our college
May- the bonds enduring be."
Other Michigan songs will be sung
at the complete formation of the

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block "M" under the leadership ofI
Mary Lou Miller, '26, song leader. j
It is requested by the committeh in'
charge of the coffee and punch which
will be sohl at the field house, that,
cups be brought by those intending to
1 buy it.
Lawn Fete Nets
$150 For League
More than $150 was earned for the
Women's league by the lawn fete held
Saturday on the lawn between Betsy
Barbour house and Helen Newberry
residence. The affair was well pat-
ronized from 2 to midnight. Decora-
tions consisted of Japanese laliterns
strung between the two dormitories.
Stunts were presented during the af-.
ternoon by members of the cast of
"becky Behave,",and bridge was play-
ed on the lawn. More than $25 was
earned in this manner.
A "jitney" dance was held during
the evening at Betsy Barbour house,
each dance costing ten, cents a couple.
More than $50 was taken in in this
way. Refreshments were also sold in
the evening on the lawn. The re-
maining sum was earned by the fish
pond which was in operation all day.
Mrs. Alfred H. Brosseau of Con-
necticut, was elected president gen
eral of the Daughters of the American
Revolution, in congress at Washing-
ton, D. C.
Women as well as men are taking
an active part in England's great
strike. Many women prominent in
fashionable society as well as in poli-
tics are to be found aiding the cause
of the government or labor.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

Baseball Banquet
Marks Close Of
W.A.A. Activities
Announcement will be made of the
"M" women at the annual banquet of{
the W. A. A. members, which will be1
held at 6 o'clock, Saturday, May 22, at
the Pi Beta Phi house, terminating
the activites of the organization for
the year. Only W. A. A. women arej
invited.
After the banquet there will be a
short business meeting. At this time,
all athletic awards will be made in-I
stead of at Lantern night as has been
the customin previous years. Install-
ation of officers will also be held.
Short installation speeches will be
made by Margaret McNelly, '27, re-
cently elected president of the asso-!
ciation; Frances Dunnewind, '27, vice-
president; Mary Allshouse, '27, secre-
tary; and Arlene Unsworth, '28, treas-
Iurer.
Following the meeting an orchestra
will play for dancing. A great effort
is being made by theassociation to
make this event, the last of the year,
the most enjoyable one that. has yet]
been given.

'BGN ACTIVITIES FOR
1927JUNIORPROUCTION
Activities for the 1927 Junior Girls'
play have been begun under the chair-
manship of Elizabeth Nutt, '28, who
recently appointed the following sub-
committee chairmen: Laura Osgood,
properties; Marian Welles, costumes;
Varian Van Tuyl, costumes, and Helen
Wooten, make-up.
A meeting for all sophomore women
will be held at 4 o'clock tomorrow in
Barbour gymnasium in the interests of
next year's play. Donald. Hamilton
laes, the author of several novel:
who ealso revises the Union opera
books, will speak at this time to the
sophomore women who are interested'
in writing books for the Junior Girls'
play.
Announcement was maae at the Col-
legiate Sorosis house of the engage-
ment of Eugenia Long, '28, and Clarke
Davis, 28L; Davis is a member of
Kappa Sigma and Phi Alpha Delta
fraternities.

Portia Society
Elects Officers
New officers for next year were
elected by Portia literary society at
the last meeting Tuesday, May 11.
Marian Good, '26, presided over the
election. Miriam Olden, '27, was elect-
ed president, Katherine Lardner, '28,
vice-president, Ruth Lambert, '27, sec-
retary, and Mary Kent Miller, '27Ed.,
treasurer.
Plans were made for a picnic at
Portage lake, which all members were
urged to attend. The date and other
particulars will be announced later.
NOTICES
All sophomore women, when they
are called for their Lantern night
stunt are requested to meet on the
hill in back of the nurses'. home.
Black Quill meeting has been post-
poned to 7:30 o'clock tomorrow in
University hall.
Athletic managers entering intra-
mural teams in the relay call Lucille
Walsh, '27,. 21247 before tomorrow.

Intramural games will be played to-
morrow as follows: at 4:15 o'clock
Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Martha
Cook; Zone VII vs. Delta Gamma;
and Kappa Alpha Theta vs. the winner
of the Delta Delta Delta-Delta Zeta
game. The losers' tournament will be
played Friday. afternoon and the finals
in intramural baseball Saturday.
Aides for Lantern night are to re-
port at 5 o'clock today at Palmer
field in costume.
There will be interclass baseball
practice at 4 o'clock today for all
class teams. Games will be played
Thursday.
Those wishing to enter the track
meet must sign on the bulletin board
in Barbour gymnasium.
Tickets for the W. A. A. banquet will
be on sale tomorrow and Thursday
at Barbour gymnasium.
There will Do a sen:or play re-
Thearsal today and Thursday at 3:10
in Newberry hall auditorium.

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