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' RSTE AY, MAY 27, 1936.



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All Classes to Participate.
Annual Pageant March
This Evening.


Freshman Glee Club Members
S .I
Attend Musical Affair at
League Building.
Honored With Formal Banquet
After Friday Night Concert
at Grand Haven.

All Women Should Know Line
of March and Position
of Her Class.

Miss Anglir Compares Indoor ;ud; "that seem to me the hope ofPL
and Outdoor Productions the American theatre today. OfferI
the public something truly 'big,' l
of Greek Play. magnificent in every way and they


Lantern Night, one of the most
beautiful and impressive ceremonies
of tle women at the University of
Michigan, is taking place tonight
at Palmer field. The procession will
start from the hospital side of Ob-
servatory street, to which point all
women are asked to go immediately
after the Freshman Pageant is
finished. Seniors will wear caps and
gowns, while all leaders and aides
will be dressed in white.
To Distribute Lanterns at Start.
Beginning at the gate, the sen-
fors will form in fours with the
sophomores in back of them. Fac-
ing the seniors, on the other side of
the gate will be the juniors, follow-;
ed' by the freshmen. Seniors and
juniors will receive thei'r lanterns
and hoops when they arrive at the
gate. At a signal from Jean Wal-/
lace, '30, who is the leader, the sen-
iors will start the serpentine march
down the side of the..hill, with thef
other classes following in. order..
, Upon reaching the field the sen-
iors will march straight ahead to
the first stakes, the juniors will
separate into pairs and follow the,
diagonal markings, the sophomores
will turn to the left, follow the
diagonal marks and go to the front
of the field, while the freshmen will
follow the same procedure, but will
turn to the right.
Order of March Explained. '
At one whistle the seniors wi'lli
turn right and left in pairs and
march through the junior arches,
then come down the center in fours.
At two whistles the sophomore col-i
umns 2 and 3 will turn right acrossI
the front of the field, and turning ,
again, will go down the center of
the. two remaining freshman lines I
and about face. At the same time,
freshman lines 2 and 3 will be
marching across the back of the
field, and will go down the outside
of the two freshman lines. At three !
whistles the juniors will come for-
ward, turn outwards and march up
the center of the sophomore lines,
leaving their hoops as they go.
They will then turn down the diag-
onal markings to form the "V" part
of the "M".
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,j
passing their lanterns as they go..
On two whistles again, the inside I
lines of freshmen will about face I
and march down the "V".
Aides Will Direct Classes.,
It is desirable that all women
should know about the line of
march, though the leaders will head
each class, and the aides will walk
along the sides to direct their re-
spective classes. In case of rain, the
ceremony will be postponed to1
Wednesday night, but will be con-
ducted in exactly the same man-

About twenty members of the
Freshman Girls' Glee club were en-
tertained Sunday afternoon in the
Alumnae room of the League build-
ing at a musical tea given by the
University Girls' Glee club. The
Freshman Glee club entertained
with several numbers and after-
ward both clubs joined in college
Friday morning about thirty
members of the University Girls'
IGlee club left for Grand Haven
where they sang for the State Con-
vention of the Federation of Musi-
cal clubs. Friday night they were
entertained at a formal banquet at
the Springlake Country club in
Grand Haven. Among the songs
presented by the club at the ban-
quet were the "Ave Maria" by
_ ?(Brahms and "For Me the Jasmine
Buds Unfold", in which Edna Mc-
Kenzie, '31Sm., sang a solo. For en-
.s' 10to cores they offered the "Italian
Street Song" in which Marjorie
euil, France. McClung, '31SM, sang a solo, and
Paris) and College songs. While in Grand
ngles of the 1 Haven, the Glee club members
stayed at the homes of Michigan
*it At 5 o'clock Wednesday the Glee
Ltyclub will hold a business meetig
in the League bulding during
which officers for the coming year
r f will be elected.
3 r'eak ast

will pack your theatre no matter Frances Sackett 30, Writer
Margaret Anglin, noted stage star, what competition may present it-: of 'Forward March',
who opened the Dramatic Festival self. Today you hear a great deal
last night in the Lydia Mendelssohn of talk about the menace of the Is Author.
theatre, said yesterday, on her re- talking pictures to the legitimate
turn from Kalamazoo where the stage; and this menace i's real in COMMITTEES APPOINTED
initial performance of Sophocles' that the talking pictures can do
"Antigone" was presented Friday better and more cheaply than or- Frances Sackett, '30, who wrote
night, "Rarely have It played to dinary fare of the popular stage. last year's Junior Girls' play, is the
such a tense and sympathetic au- "But no competition of any kind author of the play to be enacted at
dience. Their enthusiasm at the can ever touch the really fine. the-I
final curtain more than repaid us the eroc, thrllin p hA- the senior breakfast, June 21. Her
9 atre, the heroic, thrilling, plays. All
for the exhausting labor the entire of the classics and such modern play was chosen from several
company have put on the produc- dramatists as O'Neill are nerve- manuscripts submitted for this
tion." less without the spoken, living the- event.
Discusses Menace of Talkies. atre. Ibsen, Tchekov, Shakespeare, After selection was made of the
"It is just such great dramas as all of the masterpieces of the stage senior play, which is a traditional
'Antigone'," Miss Anglin contin- will never be transplanted to the production given in conjunction
moving pictures. And it is here, in with the senior breakfast, commit-
the realm of the finest the theatre tee chairmen for the breakfast and
has to offer, that the theatre is play were appointed. Elaine Frost,
coming into its own. '30, is general chairman of the
Gree Drma s AnlinsWFrEK breakfast. Florence Tennant, '30,
Margaret Anglin in recent years will direct the play. Ruth Bishop,
has made her outstanding success '30, is chairman of invitations,
' in the Greek dramas, both at the Beatrice Fromm, '30, publicity, Vir-
- A VUniversityof California and culr ginia Deiff, '30, menu and decora-
Prof. P. E. Bursley Presides at minating last season, in her sensa- =tons, and Lorinda McAndrews, '30,
Meeting of Faculty and tional performances at the Metro- songs and tickets.
.etn f F cly ad 1politan Opera House in New York
Student Advisors. City. She has appeared in the "An- In the gift to the University by
tigone" twice before, first at Harv- IWilliam. L. Clements of the papers
INNOVATION EXPLAINED ard and then at Berkley. of General Lord Gage, which was
"As far as we know," Miss Anglin announced some months ago, Mich-
At a meeting held yesterday aft- said, "the performance last night igan receives one of the largest sin-
ernoon Prof. P. E. Bursley discussed was the first indoor production ofge collections of revolutionary and
pre-revolutionar y documents in ex-
with the faculty advisors and the 'Antigone' in Anierica. I am ex- irence.uThey omens 30,-
assistant student advisors the plans tremely interested in the interpr- istence. They comprise nearly 3U,-
for Orientation week of next year. tation which is being given the 000 papers, letters and other ma-
pla. tis isintlinvel, beiegaerial, covering the ten years up to
The plans are being made to take play. It is distinctly novel, being and including the Battle of Bunker
care of twenty three hundred new built upon rhythmic rather than Hill. This material has now arriv-
students, 800 upperclass transfers, rigid, formal lines; but has a sim- ed in this country and is being
and 1,500 freshman. As an innova- ple, free quality that is admirable studied by experts preparatory to
Lion there is to be an information and well suited to the intimate at- its installation in the William L.
bureau in Hill audi'torium the whole mosphere of your beautiful theatre. Clements Library in Ann Arbor.
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Who are
Mrs. 'Moody
Senorita De.
French hard

Associated Pres.
Helen Wills Moody and Elia De Alvarez
expected to meet in a singles match at Aut
(shown during a recent practice session in
Alvarez (inset) may play in the women's sir
court tennis championships now in progress.

- - - -- - - --C- -- - - i

MAY 27-JUNE 2.
2:00-Kings Daughters, League
2:30-Faculty Women's club,
play reading section, League the-
atre alley.
4:00-Oriental Girls, League
garden room.
4:00-Pan-Hellenic, L e a g u e
4:00-Speedball game, Soph-
omore and U p p e r-classmen
teams, Palmer field.
5:30-Alpha Gamma Sigma,
League cave.
6:00-Lantern night, Palmer
field house.
7:45-A. A. U. W., child study
group, League building.
4:00-Speedball game, Fresh-
man and Sophomore teams, Pal-
mer field.
4:30-Theta Sigma Vhi meet-
ing, League building.
4:00-Oriental Girls, League
garden room.
1:15-Graduate Club, School of
Education, League building.
7:00-Nurses Alumnae ban-
quet, League ball room.
9:00-Alpha Gamma Sigma,
Alumnae room, League building.
9:00-Alpha Gamma Sigma
breakfast, Russian tea room,
League building.
4:00-Oriental Girls, League
garden room.
4:00-Freshmen Girls' Glee
club, Committee room, League
7:00-Michigan Dames, League
7:30-Hygiene Journal, Club,
League building. .
7:45---Faculty Women's club,
drama section, League building.

Dramatic Sorot


Off ic


Sunday morning Sigma Delta Katherine McMurray
Phi, national honorary dramatic W
society held an initiation and elec-i Wins Second Place
tion of officers. The initiation was' in Golf Tournament
held at the Delta Gamma house at
which time six wbifien were taken
into membership. ! Katherine McMurray, '31, played
Following the ceremony break- a score of 49 in the intramural golf
fast was served at the Marbruck tournament held last week. This
tea room. Among those present gives her second place, and revertE
were Mrs. John.-R. Effinger and Miss Florence Wilson, '31, who made a
Margaret Effinger, who are Alum- score of 51, to third place.
nae of the organization. Miss McMurray was representing
The officers elected were Eugenia the Alpha Xi Delta sorority, while
Chapen, '31, pres.; Ruth McCormick, Miss Wilson was entering for Delta
'31, vice-president; Mildred ToddI Gamma. This error was due to the
'32, secretary; and Helen Carrm, misplacement of her score card.
'31, treasurer.-t

week and it is felt that this in ad-
dition to the advisors will help the
new students to find themselves as
quickly as possible.
The classification of new students
is to take place in Waterman Gym
so that there will be ten times asI
much room as formerly. Another'
plan to be tried this year is having
assemblies the week following
3rientation Week on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday. At these as-1
3emblies the students will be given
a talk on how to study and it is
[elt that this advice wil be more
appreciated after the students have
become acquainted with the uni-
versity classes than during the
first week.

Calls Play "Common Document."
"By presenting the 'Antigone','?
Miss Anglin concluded, "in a rela-
tively small auditorium, I believe
we add a human, vital quality to the
thrilling melodrama which is quite
lacking in our huge outdoor per-
formances with their emphasis on
pure pageantry. The play becomes
a common document, I feel, as per-
tinent today as it was two thousand
years ago."
Margaret Anglin will appear with
the Dramatc Festival company all
this week in "Antigone", and open-
ing Monday night, June 2, will play
Mrs. Erlynne in Oscar Wilde's com-
edy of manners, "Lady Winde-
mere's Fan."

Thirty-eight miles of shade trees
have been planted along Alaba'ma
highways this season.
Furs and Fur Coats
Makeup, Repaired, Re-
modelled and Relined
Prices Reasonable
F. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street
Phone 9625

A )Yost


Many graduates of the Universi-j
ty are already enrolling in the
Alumni University to be held onI
the Campus over the week immed-
iately following Commencement.
Ten members of the regular faculty
will each give five lectures to the,
j alumni students.

That Africa is no longer uncivil-
ized is being illustrated by Mrs. M.
Douthirt. Mrs. Douthirt is taking
taxis ride across the country and a
while ago she hailed a taxis in
southwest Africa and drove to the
border of Angola. She hopes event-
ually to reach Morocco by this



A FEW odd lots of the new
season straws . . and just
the biggest selection of 1930 spring
millinery you ever saw . . these
comprise our big clearance stock.
All poiular shades in most every
headsize are offered at prices that
have been drastically cut.

The lists for the women hav-
ing paid-up life memberships in
she League building are now
complete. Any woman student
entitled to a refund on tuition
because of a paid-up life mem-
bership in the Michigan League
may call for the same at the
Alumnae Council office in the
League buildi'ng any time from 9
to 5 o'clock until June 20.
Mrs. W. D. Henderson.
Executive Secretary,
Alumnae Council.
Calls upon the Health Service by
students of the University of Mich.-
Igan last year numbered 56,957.



PARIS (AP)-Greek garlands
have come in with Grecian evening
dresses as part of the spring para-
phernelia for evening hours.
The flowers are dressmakers'
creations made of, vari-colored
chiffons. Sometimes they are at-
tached permanently to the frock.
Detachable garlands which form
j half of an elastic girdle are new
land well vouched for accessories
for simple debutante dance dresses
of chiffon or pastel colored maro-


Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying
For Everything Musical

Y OU can't imagine what a relief
it is to know that your sanitary
protection is inconspicuous, that it is
fashioned to fit correctly, leaving no
revealing outlines under the closest-
fitting gown.
Made of wonderful material

l-Not a deceptive softness, that
soon packs into chafing hard-
ness. But a delicate, lasting
2-Safe, secure ... keeps your
mind at ease.
3-Kotex filler is far lighter and
cooler than cotton, yet absorbs
5 times as much.


$4 85
Formerly $5.00 to





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