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8'NDAY, MAY 25, 1930

THE MI~F!I~NAX~1JY

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CLASESTO PAST~
N ANNL MARCH'
ON'LNTR N IT
Ceremony Is Considered to be
Greatest Tradition of
Michigan Women. I
SENIORS TO HEAD MARCH
Procession Will Start From Top

of Observatory Street
After Pageant.
With the advent of another Lan-
tern Night, the usual line of march"
and formation on the field will be
followed. Immediately following
the Freshman Pageant, all womenj
who are n the audience will go toI
to the top of Observatory street,
which is to be the starting point of
the procession.
Beginning at the gate, the seniors
will form in fours, to be followed
by the junors, sophomores, and
freshmen. Seniors will wear capsi
and gowns and will carry lighted
lanterns, while the junors will car-.
rcy the traditional hoops. Leaders
and aides will wear white so they,
can be distinguished by the mem-
bers ofhtheir classes who will fol-
low them in the line of march.
Iowever,."it is desrable for all wom-.
en who are to march to know
something about the procedure.
Jean Wallace Will Lead March
Marching four abreast, the sen-
iors will wind down the hill, with
the other classes following, at a
signal from the leader of the en-
tire procession who will be Jean
Wallace, '30. Upon ,reaching the
field, seniors will narch straight
ahead, to the 'front.
Y At one whistle the seniors will
turn right and left in pairs and go!
tNrougla the junior arches, then'
come back down the center in
fours. On two and three whistles
the juniors, sophomores, and fresh-
men will make changes. . At one
whistle again, the seniors will go
forward and separate into pairs,
going around the outside. of the
freshman and sophomore lines,!
down between the junior lines, andk
pass their laterns to the juniors as
they go.
Juniors to Follow Seniors
°'rhe juniors will form four
abreast of the gate .facing the sen-j
ar, lines, and will then follow the
seniors to the foot of the hill, keep-:
ink well in back of them. At the
foot of the,hill they-will separate
into pairs and follow the marked
diagonals, then straight ahead to 1
the forward line. 'They will come
forward at three whistles, turn out-
wards, march to the end lines, and
come up between the sophomoresI
leaving their hoops. with them.
They will then turn down the di-
agonal markings to form the "V"
part of the ."M." The seniors will
come between the junior lines,
passing their lanterns to them. At
two. whistles the back line of jun-
iors will turn about-face and march
Wth the lanterns down the outside
of the freshmen and sophomores, to
the front.
The sophomores are to lie up be-
hind the senior line, and march
down the hill after the seniors and
juniors. At the bottom, they will
turn diagonally left to the mark-

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AVIATRIX MAKES DORMS ENTERTAIN 1 | |I T SOCIAL CALENDAR OF SORORITIES nnDi(|i 3
NEW LOOP RECORDIFACULTYGUES TSM 0., L. , LL VARIES IN ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK I ABL HML,
Martha Cook Gives Annual Fete Social activities at the sorority Prof. Bruce Danoldson, Prof. James
A 0HESgen asFetuI.chapter houses during the past Pollock and Mrs. Pollock, Prof. Earl
week have been of a varied nature Griggs, and Dr. and Mrs. Jahn
Social activities connected with - as usually precedes Commencement Sundwall.
Mother's day and the various sen- Tells A.A.U.W. That Satisfac and final examinations. Last night Chi Omega had as Vocational Guidance Committee
ior festivities have been followed tions Are More Important 1 Kappa Alpha Theta gave a for- i chaperones at a sport dance, Mr. to Aid Freshmen Advisors
during the past week by entertain- Than Skills in Work. mal dinner dance last night. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper King, Dr. and Mrs. Next Semester
ments for the faculty at campus and Mrs. Maxwell Tunnicliff and Edward Greene, Miss Edith Hoyle,NetSmsr
dormitories. "Skill in handling people is the Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Feade, all of and Mrs. Blanche Harley. Isabel Rayen '31, has been np-
-rXHelen Newberry gave an informal fundamental which so many of us Detroit, and Mrs. ranklin Moore, Mrs. William Newcomb entertain- by Eleanor Cooke, '31, to
dinner for twenty-seven members do not realize as an essential in in- of Saint Clair, were chaperones. ed the Alpha Xi Delta seniors at
of the faculty on Tuesday night. industry or life," said Dr. Lillian M. This afternoon Kappa Alpha a luncheon yesterday noon. I act as president of the League dur-
Betsy Barbour entertained at a Gilbreth, '28 E. Hon., while address- Theta is entertaining about sixty Members of the faculty honored ing the Summer school session.
formal faculty dinner Thursday. ing the members of the American members of the faculty at a tea, with a faculty dinner Wednesday Her appointment was approved yes-
The guests were: Dr. Henry Hutch- Association of University Women at Assisting Mrs. Franklin Moore to pight at the Alpha Xi Delta house terday by the Board of Directors of
ins and Mrs. Hutchins, Dean Wil- their annual luncheon held yester- receive are Marian Widman, '30, were Dean John R. Effinger and the League.
bur R. Humphreys and Mrs. Hum- day in the ballroom of the League Margaret Pollock, '31, and Eileen Mrs. Effinger, Dean Wilber Hum- Plans for the program for the
phreys, Dr. Hayden C. Nicholson building. IBlunt, '33. phreys and Mrs. Humphreys, Miss coming year were discussed by the
and Mrs. Nicholson, Mr. Newton S.1 "Skills and Satisfactions" was the Marian Tallmadge, '30, of Grand Grace Richards, and Prof. A. R. board and it was decided that work
Bement and Mrs. Bement, William topic of Mrs. Gilbreth's speech Rapids, a Theta alumnus, recently Crittenden and Mrs. Crittendent. should be along three major lines.
Vander Lugt, and Warner F. Pat- which she drew from a fund of per- announced her engaement to Jo- Alpha Phi members are enter- A vocational guidance program
terson. sonal experiences. The speaker, seph Meager, of Ironwood. taning their fathers this committee for underclassmen will
.-- Martha Cook celebrated its an-!who I's the mother of 11 children, Theta Phi Alpha wishes to an- end. A luncheon yesterday at the work in conjunction with freshman
nual spring Fete yesterday. All the is also a psychologist and a con- I nounce the pledging of Mary house, golf in the afternoon, din- advisors. A member of the present
Laura Ingalls deans of the various schools in the sulting engineer. Kaufman, '31, Flint, Mich. ner at the Barton Hills cdug house, board will be appointed to cooper-
New York aviatrix, who recently dormitory were invited. Tea was "In industry we find many peo- The Detroit Alumnae of Sigma followed by the "Road to Rome," ate with the University along this
set a new record for women, when served on the terrace from 3-5 ple who are not satisfied with their Kappa are entertaining the Alpha were the events planned for them. line.
she executed 344 consecutive loops o'clock, and a pageant, in which work and we have for some time Mu chapter of Ann Arbor and the The fathers present are Dr. Tom Helen Jones, '31, was appointed to
at Lambert-St. Louis field, St. all the well-known historical and been trying to find out just why Alpha Tau chapter of Lansing, Willard, Mr. Paul H. King, Detroit, act as chairman of the national
Louis, Missouri. fabled characters were represented 'this, is so," continued Mrs. Gil- with a house party at Walled lake Mr. Cramer Smith, Pontiac, . Mr. convention committee of Women's
inelaborate costumes, was pre- breth. "We have found that five this week-end. James J. Van Horn, Sturgis, Col. Student Government Association,
sented on the lawn. types of skills are most important Collegiate Sorosis entertained Fred B. Shaw, Ft. Wayne, Dr. Sam- which will be held here next year.
The lists for the women hav- The juniors of Couzens Hall hon- and these are in the handling of with a faculty dinner Thursday uel Schultz, Coldwater, and Mr. The third project which will be
ing paid-up life memberships in ored the seniors at dinner on materials, money, machines, forms night for Miss Adelaide Adams, William Giefel, Ann Arbor. considered in the work for next
the League building are now Thursday night at Palmer Field of papers, and people, the last be- Miss Margaret Effinger, Prof. Bruce I year will be an expansion of social
complete. Any woman student house. The decorations and enter- ing of eminent importance." Donaldson, Prof. Albert CrittendenI ROME (AP)-Buses are being in- I activities at the League building,
entitled to a refund because of a ( tainment were planned to suggest Dr. Hardy Hoover, and Prof. Wil-- stalled in the city to take the place Isabel Rayen, past president of
paid-up life membership in the an old-fashioned garden, and the "Skills though are not half as im- liam Worrell and Mrs. Worrell of existing tramways. A service Wyvern and a member of Mortar-
Michigan League may call 'for idea was carried out by spring portant as satisfactions. In the Delta Delta Delta seniors were garage will be established for gen- board, will select her own commit-
the same at the Alumnae Coun- flowers and the presentation of a study of satisfactions we find that onored. by the juniors with a neral care of all the new vehicles, tees soon.
cil office in the League build- patomime and a minuet. The fol- quantity and quality satisfactions spread Tuesday night. aWednes--r-a-n~e~s~
ing any time from 9:-5 o'clocklowing were guests of honor: Mrs. are outstanding." srd dalfactydinerO ooooc><> 0o o
until June 20. Shirlg C. us s Henrtt Ad- In conclusion Mrs. Gilbreth said, day an mformal faculty dinner
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, amrs, Miss Elizabeth Sheridan, Miss "If our work is interesting to usP was given for the following guests
Executive Secretary Mary Giles, and Miss Margaret and we get a satisfaction out of do- Prof. Arthur Cross, Robert Carson
Alumnae Council tt ing it, what more can we ask?" -
Tagget. Following her speech the Junior k'
group of the A. A. U. W. preseted -. Su m m er
ers, and march forward. At two Speedball Manager to Ia one act playlet, "Matinata," in I
whistles the two center colums, Determine Winners of which Mary Kent-Miller, '27, '28 M.
numbered 2 and 3 will turn right This Season's Awards Elizabeth Whipple '29, Simmons
across the front, and turning again . college, Boston, were the actors.
go down the center of the two re- Due to'unfavorable weather con- The officers who were elected for OF
maining freshman lines, and about ditions Friday afternoon, the inter- next year were: President, Mrs. -.- .tand with them the urge for dainty
aclass speedball game between the Louis Karpkinski; vice-president, +. .o- lM2 new frocks in the soft pastel tones so
facet tfreshman team andI the sophomores Miss Maud Hagle; secretary Mrs. I ir characteristicof the new season.
.had to be postponed until this Harry Reschbacher; and treasurer,
Freshmen will follow the sopho- week. The game will be played at Miss Lona Tinkham The captiating cape sleeve marks this
mores down the hill, and turn to 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon on charming frock as new, others with bows,
the right at the bottom, following- Palmer field. cleverly placed boleros, flares and blouse
the diagonal lines and proceeding 1edg effects so chicly contrived.
forward. On two whistles columns OnTedytrewlbeagm
2 and 3 will about face and march between. the upperclassmen and MARGARET ANGLIN 1100 0 L Frocks nriced amazingly low for such
across the back of the field and sophomores at the usual time. smartness and distinction.
turn down either side of the two As the speedball season is draw- « I fl
sophomore lines. On two whistles ing to a close the lists of women ANTIGONE" MONDAY ONLY
agai, awrdedis l$1 5.00-$19.75
again, the inside lines of freshmen to whom letters will be awarded is
will about face and march down being determined and will be an- "The audience yesterday was held 9100 to 1
the "V." pounced in a few days by Marian BREATHLESS and at the climaxes was
There will be a meeting of all Gieb, '30, W. A. A. speedball man- SWAYED BY THE MOST POWER- e are a offering eh10
leaders and aides at 4 o'clock to-I ager. FUL EMOTION. The performance ent ts a stlow
morrow at Palmer field, at which left one STUNNED and LIMPyet and felts in all colors and
time they will march out the line ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)- More PVIeeD to lie one PIN some white felts.
of procedure, in order to have it Minnesota banks returned to pr- NACLES OF DRAMATIC ART." I
firmly in mind for Lantern Night I fitable operation in 1929 than in JohnCorbi ALL SALES FINAL
which is being held Tuesday. Any many previous years, the state in The New York Time.
one who cannot come is asked to banking department has announc-ThY T SIop
notify Jean Wallace immediately. ed.
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"The success was posiively impres- iX
sive. No other player of my time has evc
Have you ever used the Miriam Gross ever extracted from spoken lines the
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knitted frocks or coats launched the bitter curses of deep anger
or risen to the supreme height of joy-
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stretching. A wide variety in colors and three patterns to choose from: Burns Mantle Shop of Personal II__I______ ____I______1111 ______________ 1 ,1101 1illilir
the nine tree, diamond, and rose tree. A little bit of Paris. in The N. Y. Evening Mail. Service
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