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SUNDAY, MAY 1,1932 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

MNITATA. - MI-

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PLANS COMPLETED TO BE INSTALLED
FOR INSTAILATION
OF NEWK OFFICERlS;

TO BE HELD 1TUOAY
Group to Start From Fairground
Stables at 4:30 and to
Return at 7 o'clock.

FRESHMAN PAGEANT DANCE GROUPS
SHOW IMPROVEMENT IN TECHNIQUE

Miss Emily
Slight
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White Announcesf

Changes
Schedule.

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According to Barbara Sutherland,
chairman of the dance committee
for the Freshman Pageant, the

The first of a series of novelty technique of the groups participat-
rides will be held this afternoon ing is showing marked improve-
when a large group will meet for ment :of late. "The rehearsals be-
the supper ride to be held at 4:30 fore vacation were but poorly at-
o'clock this afternoon at Mullison's tended," she says, "and the dances
Fairground Stables. were unorganized. Now everyone is
The ride will be along the Huron interested."
River out towards Dexter where The s c h e d u l e of interpretive
supper will be had at Delhi. This dances formerly announced has
willbe a surprise and will be pre- been slightly altered, at the instiga-I
pared by Mr. and Mrs. Mullison. tion of Miss Emily White, dance
The group will return about 7 sponsor for the pageant. The me-
o'clock. The cost will be two dol- chanistic dance to be staged in cos-
i lars which will include both the tumes consisting mainly of black
ride and the supper. and white squares sewed together
There is still an opportunity - to tin a modernistic design has been
engage horses if anyone desires to abandoned for a , presentation of
go. This may be done by calling the modern bolero dance, with red
Mr. Mullison at 7418. Arrangements and royal purple costumes with cir-
may be made for a whole party to cular skirts and bodices fitted tight-
go. --

The supper ride will be carried
out much like those held last year.
Another supper ride will be held in
the near future, the date of which
will be announced later.
USE NOVEL MOTIF
Purdue University initiated a
novel idea at their formal cabaret
dance held recently; The theme was
a "night in Paris" and there was
a "wheel of chance" on which the
names of popular songs were print-
ed.

Seen on Campus
Against a background of tan polo
coats a diminutive brunette in a
lovely light blue suit Stood out at-
tractively. The rough woolen cloth
was rather severely' cut, relieved by
silver fox cuffs. Appropriately she
wore silver grey gloves, pumps, and
purse with it. A matching felt hat
completed the picture and brought
out the unexpected blue of her eyes.

ly to the hips, in the Mary Wigman
manner.
Marjorie Western, newly appoint-
ed chairman of the costume com-
mittee, further announced that her
group was having some trouble,
due to the fact that they are being
obliged to use last year's costumes.
(This quality is relieved, however,
by the graceful swirls of the dances,
and the excellent interpretation
that accompanies them.
The dance heads say all that is
needed is as sustained an interest
as is now being maintained. For
those girls who are taking pageant
work as their season's activity in
physical education, only one cut is
allowed. Over-cutting will result in
a loss of credit for the semester.
I NTRAMUTRAL
NTERCL A SS
N E W S
Golf
Women wishing to play in the golf
tournament have until May 13 to
turn in three scores for the first
nine holes on the University of
Michigan golf course. Handicaps
will then be determined. Score
cards may be turned in to Miss
Ruth Hassinger at Barbour gym-
nasium.
Jane Cissel, '34, holds the best
score for last year. Her score is 49.
Ruth Robinson, Spec., is golf man-
ager for the Women's Athletic As-
sociation.
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The place to eat your Luncheon or Dinner is
The Lincoln Cafe

Luncheon from 11:00 to 3:00
Club Dinner from 11:00 to 8:00
Meal Tickets, $6.00 for $5.00 Cash
The Lincoln Cafe
CLOSEST PLACE TO THE FIELD HOUSE
Also a Full Course Chicken Dinner 65c

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