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THURSDAY, ,MAY 22, 1930

THE MICHiGAN DAILY

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SORORITIES PLAN SUPPER
With the completion of plans for
lantern Night, which is to be held
Tuesday, May 27, at Palmer Field,
patrons and patronesses for the
event have been announced with
the names of the sororities whose
guests they are to be. It is part
of the tradition of Lantern Night
to have the faculty members en-
tertained by the various houses for
the evening.
Delta Gamma is Hostess,
Dean John R. Effinger and Mrs.
4fl nger, and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley
Smith are to be the guests of Delta
Gamma. Dean Joseph A. Bursley
and Mrs. Bursley will be entertain-
di by the Sorosis house, as will
Dean Herbert Sadler and Mrs. Sad-
ler. Delta Delta Delta will be host-
ess to Dean Edward Kraus and:
Mrs. Kraus.-
Cabots are Pi Beta Phi Guests.
Dean Hugh Cabot and Mrs. Cab-
ot, and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P.
Jordan will be entertained by the
members of Pi Beta Phi, on Lan-
tern Night, while Prof. Fielding H.
Yost and Mrs. Yost will be the
guests of Kappa Alpha Theta. Prof.
and Mrs. William D. Henderson will
be the guests of Alpha Chi Omega.
Mrs. Frank Bell will be enter-
tained by .Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Miss Ethel McCormick will be en-
tertained by Kappa Delta, while
Miss Laurie' Campbell will be the
guest of Zeta Tal Alpha. Sigma
kappa will be hostess to Miss Dor-1
othy Colby, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert
nyma will be entertained by the
members of Chi Omega.]
To-View LanterrrNight Ceremony
The patrons and patronesses will
be met or called for by the mem-
hers of the Mouse which is enter-
aining them, and will be their
guests at the supper which pre-
cedes the Freshnan Pageant, as1
well- as the Lantern Night cere-i
Monies
COLOR INTEREST!
IS INCENTIVE TO ;
GGEM COLLECTOR
"A deep interest in colors leads
me to collect opals," stated Prof.
John B. Waite of the law depart-
ment, whose special hobby is the<
collecting of gems. In discussing
the various kinds of opals, he con-i
tinued, "Mexican opals are less ex-
pensive, but much more beautifuli
than those from Australia or Eur-
ope, I believe. They are often cher-
ry colored and very clear.
Opal Formed from Silica.
"An opal, you know, is formedr
It water from silica, a glass-likes
substance, much as lime is collect-
ed in the tea kettle in Ann Arbor.
It is a soft jelly which graduallyg
hardens. There are several layers
of silica in one opal, and these de-;
flect the light rays giving a par-]
ticuar hue to each stone.
"This stone was once a talisman1
of good luck. Today it is difficult;
to find one for two reasons. A
Scotch tradition of bad luck is now
associated with the opal. This idea
has grown from Sir Walter Scott's
novel, 'Anne Gueierstein' in which
a queen who had an opal in her
dladen suffered misfortune. Sec-
ondly, the gem is very soft that.
ordinary friction rubs it away.
Has Valuable Gem Collection.}
"It is much easier to find Aus-
tralian and European opals than
those from Mexico. Every time that
I go away, I search for some and
have been most fortunate among
the New York importers," Professor
Waite remarked.f

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BY BELLE
With graduation looming in theJ
disconcertingly near future comesI
fulfillment of that of that gift
Father promised 'way back when!
you were a freshman-a summer's
travel before launching into the
more serious things of living.
Whether it be a "See America
First" sort of trip or a tour that
takes you to fascinating foreign
lands, you will want a travelling
costume that puts you into a glow
of self-satisfaction. Such a one is
the illustrated French model, fash-
ioned of morocain lighter-than-
navy blue silk crepe, into a new
style short and rippling jacket and
an even length skirt, plaited to fur-
ther interpret the theme that, in
the daytime frock, fullness is tail-
ored.
Unpressed Plaits Are New.
Stylists conceived the idea that
unpressed plaits might be "dif-j
ferent" and "chic"-hence we have
a travelling costume without that
pudgy look of plaits just barely re-
taining the press that made them
appear fresh. The jacket is nipped
in at the waistline with a slight
flare to balance the width intro-
duced in the skirt.
Black and White Suit Practical
Spring's fancy turned to pin-dots
on a crepe de chine background
and produced a black and white!
suit that would fit into a wardrobe
case to serve ideally for another
such costume. The hip yoke of the
skirt is quite as important as the
shoulder yoke of the jacket, both
being mounted beautifully by hand-
work of fagotting which takes away
the elderly look of conservatism
and gives it a touch of the indi-
vidual. Done in gold thread dots
on a background, the same model;
is quite effective, with the addi-
tion of an ochre organdy blouse.

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FW"Orientation week is a most de-
Sided asset to students entering
Will be Presented in Alpha Xi Delta Also Advances sa universiyEtoelr cCor icie,
Lydia Mendelssohn to Semi-finals by Win Over tant professor of Physical Educa-
May 26. Martha Cook. ytion for women and head of the
Orientation week program for wo-
GREAT INTEREST SHOWN KAPPA DEFEATS PI PHI men next year. "The plans for next
year have been so carefully worked
Announcement has been made by Zeta Tau Alpha and Alpha Xi orld why entering students hodthe
the management of the Dramatic Delta advanced to the semi-final be worn out or tired by it.
Festival of the patrons for the pro- I on nteitaua aealT ave Upperclassmen {Groups.
duction of "Antigone", which will round in the intramural baseball To Hec eo
open May 26 in the Lydia Mendels- tournament, both defeating their Ihfee, s continued, "tha ne
sohn theatre with Margaret Anglin opponents by decisive margins, introduced for the first time next
in the: title role. Included in the
list are President Alexander G. Alpha Xi Delta won over Martha I year is having groups of upperclass
Ruthven and Mrs. Ruthven, Regent Cook by a score of 8 to 5, the game transfers similar to the freshman
Junius E. Beal and Mrs. Beal, Gor- being more one-sided than the groups. It is as essential, to have.
don Mendelssohn, of Birmingham, score would indicate. Ruth Marsh- upperclass students, coming here
Mayor Edwin Staebler and Mrs. all, '31, pitched for the winning for the first time, become acquaint-i
Staebler, and Miss Jessie Bonstelle, team, and Jean Bentley, '33, did ed with the campus and the build-I
of Detroit. good work as catcher. The Alpha ings as the freshmen, so that by
Others who have shown interest Xi Delta battery was very effective the time classes start there is noj
in the presentation of the Sopho- in subduing the bats of Martha need for them to ask one hundred
clese drama are Dean Joseph A. Cook. and one question.
Bursley and Mrs. Bursley, Mr. and Zeta Tau Alpha won an easy vic- "The a ve Faculty Advis-
tor ovr AphaEpilo Ph, Ite "The appointing of faculty advis-
Mrs. Carl Gehring, Dean Wilbur R.11ory over Alpha Epsilon Phi, the ers for new students is also a great
Humphreys and Mrs. Humphreys, score being 15 to 14. Mildred Cas- help," Miss McCormick continued.
Prof. Peter M. Jack, Miss Alice C. sisy, '30Ed, pitched for Zeta, while "I have been on the campus be-
Lloyd, Miss Grace Richards, Dean Marjorie Ellsworth, '32, catcher, fore and after the introduction of#
G. W. Patterson and Mrs. Patter- and Eelia Handricks, '33Ed, starred the plan and I have noticed a de-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, for the victors, the latter hitting cided change for the better as the
Dr. and Mrs. Dean W. Myers, and two home runs. students have someone to go to for:
Prof. DeWitt H. Parker and Mrs.i Kappa Kappa Gama took the advice all year. Two students as-
-alead the third inning to conquer sistants are placed with each
Pi Beta Phi, 5 to 4. The Kappas group to help the faculty adviser.
APPOINT WOMEN got away to a good start by getting There will be 48 assistants for the
TO PLACES WITH four runs in the first inning, but 24 freshman groups next year and
the Pi Phis forged ahead to tie the 28 assistants for the 14 upperclass
REPERTOIRE CO.1 score in the second. Ada Allman?,groups. These assistants have been
'33, and Margaret Eamon, '31, were chosen by the dean's office and the
Three woien have been ap- also outstanding. Sylvia Lee pitch- Department of Physical Education
pointed to positions with the Mich- ed for the losers. I -
igan Repertoire Players for the Sigma Kappa proved themselves ELECT OFFICERS
coming summer. They are Marion superior to Kappa Delta by defeat- OF BLACK
Gallaway, grad, costume mistress, ing them 7 to 0. Adeline Nowak,F QUILL
Florence Tennant, '30, assitant '30, showed excellent form by shut-
business'manager, Helen Workman, ting out her opponents, and Mar-1 Election of officers for the cam-
'30, property mistress. garet Stahl, '31, also played a good I ing year was conducted at the
Mrs. Gallaway designed during game for Sigma Kappa. Harriett meeting of the Black Quill. liter-
this year the costumes for "A Kiss Townsend, '32, pitched for Kappa I ary honorary society, held yesterday
For Cinderella" and "Romeo and Delta. I afternoon at the League building.
Juliet," and was costume mistress The. remaining game, between Betty Pfeiffer, '31, was voted
for those plays: Miss Tennant has Kappa Alpha Theta and Delta Del- president of the society. Jean Bos-
for two years played leading roles ta Delta was the most one-sided well, 31, is next year'svice-presi-
with PlayeProduction, and during of all the encounters. sition will be filled by Margaret
the past year has been an assistant Harris, '31.l
in that department. Mrs.C lvnCHarris,
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for their scholastic standing, lead-
ership ability and personality. I
hope that those chosen feel - the
honor that they have received,"
stated Miss McCormick.
Place Men and Women in Same
Groups.
"Another experiment that is be-
ing tried for the first time next fall
is the placing of men and women
in the same groups. We plan' to
have a number of mixed groups and
a number of segregated groups to
see which is most successful.
"The program for the week will
be much the same as that of former
years, games demonstration, lawn I
party at the home of Dean and
Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, and eve-
ning entertainment. Rushing by
i sororities will not begin until the
following week and so there will be
plenty of time for the students to
get rest as well as recreation."

Upperclass squad defeated the
freshmen 14-7 in a fast speedball
match held yesterday afternoon at
Palmer Field. Marshick, '32, led!
the attack of the Upperclassmen,
while the Freshman scoring was
done for the most part by Jean
Botsford, '33.
There will be no speedball today
on account of the Freshman Pa-
geant rehearsal. The freshmen will
meet the sophomore squad Friday
afternoon at Palmer Field as sched-
uled.

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STUDENT PLAYS
FOR LAST TIME
Joesephine Rankin, '30, who has
played for two years in Mimes pro-
ductions, makes her last appear-
ance in "The Road to Rome" this
week, She is taking the part made,
famous by Jane Cowl in the Newt
York production of this same play.
Miss Rankin's first appearance
with Mimes was as the Marquis in
a costume play by that name. Her
final performance is in a presenta-
tion of the same order.'

Will Receive Degree
Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, former first
lady of the land, will receive an
honorary degree from the Univer-
sity of Vermont, her alma mater,
when she returns to Burlington'
where she was born, to attend the
twenty-eighth reunion of her class.
Mrs. Coolidge, formerly Grace
Goodhue, was graduated fromrthe
University in 1902 with the degree
of Bachelor of Philosophy. This
second degree will be conferred up-
on her June 16, during the com-
mencement exercises.

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you tothe campus
at night, why not eat one of the
most .delicious treats you ever
tasted ...and one which is so
easy to digest it lets you sleep
like a baby.
Here it is: A bowl of crunchy-
crisp Kellogg's Corn Flakes with
cool milk or cream. Now sweeten
it with honey or add a bit of pre-
served fruit. Then watch your
spoon get busy!
.t nO'%e go

Announcing the Arrival
of
New Summer Millinery
We have just received a large shipment of Summer hats. There are
large hats with floppy brims, small hats for short, in fact, 'any
shape you could desire in felt, silk, straw and other popular
materials.

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The most popular ce-
reals served in the din-
ing-rooms of American
colleges, eating clubs
and fraternities are

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