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SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1929

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LANTERNS AND HOOPS'
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VISITING MO THERS ENJOY FESTIVE WEEK END
ENTERTAINMENTS ARE HELD AT SORORITIES

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SENIORS ARE REQUESTED
WEAR CAPS AND GOWNS
FOR LANTERN NIGHT
PROCESSION TO FORM
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Guide Women Marching
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Mothers' Day will leave a red-let-
ter wekend on the social calendar
of all of the sororities. In addition
to many delightful events which
1 have been planned at the various
houses, the opening of the League
[has provided an opportunity for
properly welcoming the visiting
mothers. The bridge tea, sponsored
by Wyvern yesterday enabled the
guests to inspect the new building
under the guidance of women who
were selected for the purpose.
The program for the ,Alpha Chi
Omega house party includes a the-
ater party last night to "Granite'

and a tea with special music this
afternoon.
Apha Epsilon Phi members and
guests attended the bridge tea at
the League yesterday as a part of
their weekend festivities. roday
they are having open house.
Alpha Phi had a luncheon yes-
terday in honor of the mothers and
the Ann Arbor Mothers Club. They
also attended the Comedy Club
performance of "Granite."
Chi Omega entertained their
mothers almost exclusively at the
League yesterday, taking them as
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The Lantern Night procession!
matking the. passing of the classes,
t to be held on Tuesday evening at,
Palmer field, will follow the usualj
line of procedure this year. Im-
mediately rfollowingthe presenta-
Stion of the Freshman Pageant, the
aides for the march will go through
the audience and request all wom-
en to join their class formation on
Observatory street. The leaders of
the line will go directly to their
a'ssigned positions. After the lines
have been formed, the leaders and!
aides will distribute lanterns to the
Seniors and hoops to the Juniors.
i All Seniors are asked to wear
their caps and gowns for the pro-
cession.
' W. A. A. members having the new
jackets are asked to wear them
during the evening. Members who
have jackets but who are either
leaders or aides are requested not
to wear them in the procession, as
;, all, women have not yet procured
their jackets, and a uniform effect
is desired.-
Directions for the line of march
are as follows:
Seniors will form four abreast
next to the gate on the hospital
side of Observatory street. At a
=given signal they will descend the
roped path to the foot of the hill
and march straight ahead to thej
forward line. At one whistle, they!
's are to turn right and left in pairs
and go back under the Junior
arches, then come back down the
center again in fours. On two and
4 three whistles, the juniors, sopho-
m mores, and freshmen will make
changes. At one whistle again, the
R seniors will come forward, separate
in pairs, and go right and left
around the outside of the freshmen
6 and sophomore lines, coming down
inside the double junior lines. At
rthis point: the seniors will pass
their lanterns to-the juniors.
The juniors are to form four
abreast facing the senior line. They
will follow the seniors to the foot3
of the hill keeping well in back of1
them. At the foot of the hill, the
Juniors will separate in pairs and1
j follow the marked diagonals, then
straight ahead to the forward line.
iThey will come forward at threeI
whistles, turn outwards, march to1
the end lines, and come up between1
the sophomore lines, leaving the
hoops with them, and will then turn
down the. diagonal markings, to
u -form the "V" part of the "M." The1
seniors will come between the jun-
ior lines, passing their lanterns tot
them.'. At . two whistles, the back,:
line of juniors will turn about-face!i
and iarch with the lanterns downt
ihe outside of the sophomore and
f freshman lines to the front.
The sophomores are to line up1
behind the senior line and followt
the juniors in the march to the foot1

Social Events Crowd Opening Week
Of Theater And Tea Rooms Of League

Banquets, parties, and other ac-'
tivities of a similar social nature
have crowded thick and fast upon
the program of the new League
building since its opening on May
4th. From all indications it would
be well to secure dates for func-
tions to be held there well in, ad-
vance.1
With the throwing open of the'
doors of the building a week ago
yesterday afternoon, a veritable
army of people, old and young
alike, crowded in to see the beau-
tifully appointed rooms, the cafe--
teria, the theater, and all the many
other various attractions. Besides
the general reception on that aft-
ernoon, there was a tea-danceC
which proved to be of especial in-'
terest to the large crowd of col-
lege students. No one who attend-
ed the opening could have failed to
be impressed with the beauty and
comfort of the entire structure.!
Perhaps this accounts for some of
the parties which; were crowded1
into this first and most eventful1
week of the League's history.
On Monday the main dining
room was put to use for the first
time when members of the League
and their guests had dinner served
there. Invitations were limited to
1150, but more than 200 persons at-'
tended. Monday, too, saw the
opening of the theater with Com- I
edy Club's intensely interesting in-
terpretation of "Granite" by Clem-1
ence Dane.I
The entire building was thrown
open to the general public on Tues-
day with everything, including the
cafeteria and dining room, in
of; the hill. Atr- the bottom, they,
will turn diagonally left to the
markers, and march forward. At
two whistles the two center col-
umns, numbered 2 and 3, will turn
right across the front, and turning
again, go down the center of the
two remaining Freshman lines.
They are then to about face. j
Freshmen will form in the line at
the top of the hill, and will follow,
the sophomores down. They are to'
turn to the right at the bottom,
following the diagonal and pro-
ceeding forward. On two whistles,
columns 2 and 3 will about face
and march straight across the
back and turn down on either side
of the two sophomore lines to the
front. On two whistles again, the
inside lines of freshmen will about
face and march down the "V."
Aides and leaders will help to
guide the women marching in the
procession, but it is very important
that every woman have some ideaI
herself of where to go.

working order. The crowds which
filled both places were only an'in-
dication of the excellence of the
food.
Wednesday saw another large
banquet, taking place this time in
the ball-room. This was the in-
stallation banquet, given in honor
of the new officers of the Wo-
men's League, who entered upon
their duties at this time. Four
hundred and eighty women at-
tended, more than have ever be-
fore been present at installation
banquets in other years. The offi-
cial house-warming occurred on
Wednesday night, when the first
i persons to sleep in the new build-
ing initiated the bed-rooms. Wo-
men from all parts of the campus
flocked to the "house-party" at the
League, and they report that al-
though the beds were not in use
very long, they are just as com-
fortable as they look.
The big event on Friday was the
opening of the new bal.-room for
its regular Friday and Saturday
night dances. Granger's orchestra
under the direction of Bob Carson
furnished the music and if the
first night is any indication, these
dances are going to prove to be
tremendously successful. The ball-
room is nothing short of exquisite,
and in spite of many other dances
going on the same evening, the
crowd Friday night. was capacity.
Wyvern society sponsored a
very successful bridge primarily'
for the visiting mothers and their
daughters yesterday afternoon.
There were 75 tables. This affair,
with the dance last night, conclud-
ed a series of first-week social:
functions at the League and point-
ed out the tremendous service that
the building is going to furnish
for the women of Michigan.

afternoon, and remaining for din
ner at the League and the evening
performance of "Granite." They
will have dinner at the house to-
day. The tables will be charmingly
laid with centerpieces. of lavender
sweet peas and yellow tulips.
The Kappa Delta house party
plans include a luncheon which was
held yesterday at which white roses
and green tapers formed the motif
of the decorations; attendance at
the Wyvern tea, and at "Granite"
in the evening. Today they had a
special breakfast for their mothers
before going for church.
Yesterday the members of Delta
Gamma attended a luncheon at the
League, a tea at the home of Mrs.
Harry B. Earhart, a formal dinner
at the sorority house, and the the-
ater of the League in the evening.
Like most of the sororities they are
having ahouse party for their
mothers, but they are having both
fathers and mothers for dinner
today.
Kappa Alpha Theta gave a for-
mal dinner dance Friday night. The
chaperones were Mrs. Franklin
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Max Tunne-
cliffe, and Dr. Theophile Klingman
and Mrs. Klingman. There were 13
small tables decorated with spring
flowers.
Last Thursday Kappa Kappa
Gamma gave its annual swing-out
dinner to the seniors. Seniors wore
their caps and gowns, while all of
the others wore formal dress. The
freshman gave corsages to the sen-
iors, the sophomores gave gifts to
them, and the juniors provided the'
dinner.
Alpha Omicron Pi and Collegiate
Sorosis gave their annual spring
formal parties Friday night.
A concert will be given in the
blue room of Martha Cook dormi-
tory after dinner today in honor of
Mothers' Day.'
Observing Mothers' Day, Betsy
Barbour house entertained the1
mothers at a tea yesterday, and
have planned a breakfast for this
morning.
The Zeta Tau Alpha weekend prc-,
gram is similar to those of the
other sororities, including the
League bridge and the attendance
of "Granite" yesterday, and a spe-
cial breakfast this morning.
The mothers of Alpha Omicron
Pi members were guests at the Wy-
vern bridge tea, dinner at the sor-)
rity house in the evening; and at1
"Granite" following the dinner..
This morning a little surprise was1
awaiting the mothers at breakfast
when they found dainty corsages

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WYV ERN TEA IS I NOTICES
GREAT,,, .The University Girls' Glee club
GREAT SUCCESS net*ai P *yea*
will meet at the Presbyterian
church at 10:15 this morning, to
A very successful function given take part in the special Mothers'
for the mothers was the Wyvern Day service. All should bring
bridge tea held yesterday afternoon senior gowns. The meeting of the
idgtheLeague.dTyerewereysevern-club on Tuesday will be very im-
in the League. There were seven- portant, as the officers for next
ty tables filled. Tea was! served by year will be elected at that time,
members of Wyvern, and almost all ! and announcements concerning the
the principals of the Junior Girls' party on May 18 will be made.
There will be a meeting of the
Play cast were there to present leaders and aides for the Lantern
some very enjoyable skits from the Night procession at 3:30 Monday
play. afternoon on Palmer Field.
The first prize was won by Les- Pi Lambda Theta will hbld its
lie France, '29, the second by Mrs. regular meeting at the tea room
White, the third by Miss Margaret of the Woman's League, at 8:00
Kuni, and the fourth by Miss M. Monday evening. At that time
Brown. The prizes were Wedge- election of officers will be held and
wood plates having pictures of the a delegate to the national conven-
League, the Union, Alumnae Me- tion will be chosen.
morial Hall, and Ferry Field re- The decoration committee for
spectively on them. Lantern Night will meet at 3
The University Girls' Glee Club o'clock Monday at the Woman's'
will also recognize Mothers' Day by Athletic Building. Anyone not
singing at a special Mothers' Day able to be present at this time
service this morning at the Pres- olease call LouisenCody, 6517.

DRESS REHEARSAL FOR
PAGEANT IS IMPORTANT
Any freshman woman in the
Pageant who does not come to the
dress rehearsal at 4 o'clock Mon-
day, on Palmer field, will be defi-
nitely out of the Pageant, unless
she has an excellent excuse to
present before the rehearsal, Miss
Ione Johnson, coach of dances, an-
nounced yesterday. In case of
rain, it will be held in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall, in Barbour gym-
nasium.
It is requested that every one be
at the fieldhouse promptly at.4
o'clock, if not a little earlier, as
the rain yesterday morning made it
impossible for the groups to go out
'on the field and get their places,
and this will have to be done before
the rehearsal can go on.
If there is any woman who has
not yet had her costume cut. or is
not certain of the way it is to be
made, she should get in touch with
Sally Ensminger, chairman of cos-
tumes, immediately. Because of a
delay in the shipping, some mate-
rials did not arrive until late yes-
terday, but the costumekcommittee
will take care of making these
costumes, unless the women volun-
teer to finish them themselves, on
time.
Because of the large number of
eligible freshmen who are not in
the Pageant, it has been decided to
yet up a candy booth on the field
'.ind sell candy while the people are
sating. Any one who would like to
to this should get in touch with
3etsy Healy, general chairman, or
Dorothy Birdzell, chairman of
inances, without delay.

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to be worn to church at each place I Ther
Sigma Kappa's program varied I the so
from the others in that they will high sc
entertain their mothers at the '5 o'cloc
League for dinner today, and will gymna
have tea this afternoon at the 0
home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ben- fomer d
nett, honor.
Hilda Fierer, '28, of Warren, Ohio, Among
and Gusta Goldberg, '28, of Sal- eand gues
mout, Ky., have been guests of Phi mingham
Sigma Sigma this weekend. burg, Mr
In honor of the eleven seniors in Mrs. Mc
Adelia Cheever house, the women Codling
of the house entertained at a for- Thayer
mal dinner Thursday evening. The Wis., an
table was decorated . with spring Chicago.
flowers and yellow tapers. Pauline Last n.
Stitt presided as toastmistress, and Xi Delta
at the close of dinner, presented in honor
The Theta Phi Alpha tea dance orated h
yesterday afternoon-"was chaperon- chaperon
ed by Mrs. Maud- Thompson. The Briggs, a
tea tables were set'in the sun room In hor
and were decorated with spring Franklin
flowers and pale yellow tapers. 'omean
The juniors of -Martha Cook be a brea
entertained the seniors at a formal -a --
dinner dance following swing-out
Thursday. The dining room was 15
converted into a ship, and the dec-
orations were worked .out with a
nautical effect. Following the din-
ner dance there was a stunt take- L
off on the seniors.
Plans for the English .tea dance
to be given for the .faculty mem-
bers next Saturday. afternoon at
Maitha Cook are complete. LA
Betsy Barbour gave a dinner in Acros
honor of the. Board of Governors
last Thursday. Mrs., Reeves, the ..
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ck on Monday in Barbour
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director was the guest of
the Alpha Xi Delta week-
ts are Mrs. Lambie, of Bir-
n, Mrs. Follmer of Vicks-
s. Marshall, Mrs. Otto, and
Donald, of Detroit, Mrs.
of Royal Oak, Dr. F. A.
and Mrs. Thayer, Beloit,
d Mrs. Richard Thayer, of
ight the pledges of Alpha
gave an informal dance
r of the active members.,
use was charmingly dec-
with spring flowers. The
Les were Mr. and Mrs.
nd Mrs. Wendell Moore.
nor of the mothers, Mrs.
Shull gave a tea at her
nd this morning there will
kfast at the sorority house.
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