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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Lantern Nigbt Drake Relay Queen Li t Of Patrons,
To Be Held At Of Military Ball
Palmer Field Is Announced
Prominent Senior Wopan Gov. and Mrs. Fitzgerald
To Lead March; May 22 Will Be Among Guests
Is Set As Date Of Honor At Dance
Lantern Night honoring senior Further details concerning arrange-
women will be held Wednesday night, ments for the Military Ball to be held
May 22, at Palmer Field, according Saturday night at the Union have
to Ruth Root, '35, general chairman . ? r been announced by the committee in
of the affair. / charge under the chairmanship of
The lfine ofmachwDon Lyon, '35A, and Delbert Hesler,
The line of march will be led by o'35E. As was stated yesterday, George
the senior whose activities in the op- ,;pyDuffy's orchestra is replacing Tommy
inion of the old W.A.A. board are Christian's as the band for the occa-
most all-around. The old board will sion.
meet at 4:30 p.m. today in the lounge/ Patrons Ancunced
of the Women's Athletic Building to Those who have been invited as
decide' on the appointment. patrons and guests of honor include
The leader will then choose on Gov. and Mrs. Frank D. Fitzgerald,
the basis of merit points, eight senior President and Mrs. Alexander G.
assistants. The graduating class will Ruthven, Honorable Robert Campbell,
be followed by junior, sophomore, mayor of Ann Arbor, and Mrs. Camp-
and freshman women, who will be led -Associated Press Photo. bell, Vice-President and Mrs. James D.
by eight of their classmates with the Miss N na.Kenneaster, brown-eyed, Bruce, Vice-President and Mrs. Shir-
most outstanding activities. brown haired student at Fresno State ley W. Smith, Vice-President and Mrs.
-o-lCoe, Fiven; Cai.,was chosen Clarence S. Yoakum, Regent and Mrs.
Jeanne Johnson, '37, will be in C go e r 's , ai., as at'enJunius E. Beal, Mr. Leroy Cram and
charge of the properties for the line queen of this year's Drake relays at Regent Cram, Regent and Mrs. David
of march while Helene Kipf, '37, will Des Mlnes because of ier poise, per- H. Crowley, Regent and Mrs. Franklin
head the committee to decorate the sonalty, be uty and intedligence. M. Cook, Regent Charles F. Hemans,
field. Charlotte Whitman, '35, will Regent and Mrs. James O. Murfin,
make arrangements for the band. Regent and Mrs. Richard R. Smith,
During the afternoon, Field Day, l arie M urphy Regent and Mrs. Ralph Stone, Hon.
which is in charge of Lucile Betz, and Mrs. Maurice R. Keyworth.
'35 will be held. Women distinguish- * Deans Are Invited
ing theiselves in athletics will be L Read..ao.in.
asked to participate. Teams will be Special invitations have also been
Trf at hso a sent to the deans of the various col-
encontes rom all thehuse doncam- In M ardiG ras leges including Dean and Mrs. Henry
M. Bates, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.
them. Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Samuel T.
Dinner for the seniors will follow Marie Murphy, '35, was the winner Dana, Dean and Mrs. James B. Ed-
the Field Day, according to Jean of yesterday's balloting for Mardi monson, Dean and Mrs. Albert C. Fur-
Gourlay, '37Ed., who is in charge of eras queen with a total of 820 votes. stenberg, Dean and Mrs. Clare E. Grif-
this part of the entertainment. Jo- fin, Dean and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus,
sephine McLean, '36, is chairman of Charlotte Whitman ran second with Dean and Mrs. Mortimer E. Cooley,
publicity. 725 votes. The other contestants Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Her-
-__ _ _ successful for positions on today's bal- bert C. Sadler, Asst. Dean and Mrs.
lot received the following number of Wilbur R. Humphries, Asst. Dean and
votes: Ann Osborne, 65; Billie Grif- Mrs. Alfred H. Lovell, Asst. Dean and
ts: Ann; saboel 695; ileGr if-50 M rs. Fred B. W ahr.
fiths, 660; Isabelle McKeller, 650; Others are Dr. and Mrs. Frederick
Kay Hildebrand, 650; Maretta Mart- G. Novy, Dr. and Mrs. Marcus L. Ward,
Motion Pctures: Whitney, "Behind nek, 595; Virginia Cluff, 595; Kath- Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Coller, Capt.
the Evidence" 'with Norman Foster, leen Carpenter, 590; Sarah Pierce, and Mrs. Carleton B. Peirce, Prof.
and "When the Gods Destroy" with 585; Hilda Kirby, 585; and Georgina and Mrs. F. Bluthe Stason, Prof. and
Walter Connolly; Wuerth, "Painted Karlson, 580. Mrs. Rene Talamon, Lieut.-Col. Mer-
Veil" with Greta Garbo and 'Fire- Students are requested to vote 'for ton G. Wallington and Mrs. Walling-
bird" with Vera Teasdale; Majestic, ten women listed on today's ballot. ton, Mr. Walter P. Rea, President
"It's a Small World" with Spencer Such a large number of votes were Charles Sink of the Music School and
'T'racy and "The Gay Bride" with cast yesterday that it kept a large Mrs. Sink, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur E.
Carole Lombard; Michigan, "Casino committee busy in the League for Boak, Prof. and Mrs. Philip E. Bur-
Murder Case" with Donald Cook several hours counting the ballots. sley, Prof. and Mrs. Louis M. Gram.
and "Transient Lady" with Henry Voters are urged, therefore, to cast The guest list also includes Prof.
Hull. their ballots before 1 p.m. and Mrs. Edwin G. Goddard, Prof.
Dancing: Hut Cellar. Moses Gomberg, and Miss Gomberg,
Prof. and Mrs. William H. Hobbs, Dr.
and Mrs. Dueben L. Kahn, Prof. and
S PO RS Mrs. Fielding H. Yost, Prof. and Mrs.
Leigh J. Young, Dr. and Mrs. Frank
E. Robbins, Maj.-Gen. Guy Wilson,
Col. and Mrs. Henry W. Miller, Col.
. and Mrs. Alfred E. White, Major and
"Mrs. John C. Brier, Major and Mrs.
Herbert A. Kenyon, Major and Mrs.
Ferdinand N. Menefee, Major and
SLACKS Mrs. Preston E. James, Mr. and Mrs
T. Hawley Tapping, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
WOOL ,JERSEY Leidy, Mr. And Mrs. Herbert G. Wat-
A new department that DUCK, TERRY- kins, Dr. and Mrs. Warren E. Forsythe,
will add to the com- Dr.Margaret Bell, Dr. William M.
pleteness of CLOTH Brace, Dr. and Mrs. John V. Fopeano,
Dr. George A. May, Dr. and Mrs. Mau-
Shorts and Halters rice R. McGarvey, Dr. Helene E.
Schutz, Dr. and Mrs. Nelson M. Smith.
PEQUES, SEERSUCK- Other Patrons
Other patrons are Vice-Governor
ERS, GINGHAMS and General and Mrs. Joseph R. Hayden,
TERRYCLOTH Maj.-Gen. and Mrs. Frank G. McCoy,
Colonel and Mrs. Lyon, Major and
G Mrs. Basil D. Edwards, Major and
SKIRTS sMrs. Walter E. Lay, Major and Mrs.
Philip C. Pack, Major and Mrs. Frank
FOOL JERSEYS and A. Mickle, Major and Mrs. Walter C.
COTTON KNIT Sadler, Major and Mrs. Clair Upthe-
grove, Major and Mrs. Carroll A. Pow-
ell, Major and Mrs. K. L. Hallenback,
P II , Captain and Mrs. Charles B. Gordy,
CHECKS, and AN- Captain and Mrs. Arthur B. Custis,
Captain and Mrs. Robert H. Lord,

CHOR TRIMS Lieutenant and Mrs. Frederick S.
Randall, Lieutenant and Mrs. Stanley
G. Waltz, Col. Edward S. Sirmyer,
forwOthe*9 Prof. and Mrs. Arthur D. Moore, Prof.
Lewis N. Holland, Prof. and Mrs.
Benjamin F. Bailey, Prof. and Mrs.
O peningLAURA BELLE Charles P. Wagner, Prof. and Mrs.
John W. Eaton, Prof. and Mrs. Ar-
SHOP thur S. Aiton, Prof. and Mrs. Robert
of Our N4ew, Moderri, @4 B. Hall, Prof. and Mrs. Floyd E. Bar-
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Lillian1
To Sin
Lillian Evantii
mous American Ne
prano will join th
of Negro artists f
be given at 4 p.'
Sunday, April 28
sohn Theater, it h
She will sing a gro
recital.
Miss Evanti, w
from Washington,
most of the last ei
where she is perha
than she is here.
in five languages,
as well.
On her last ret
States her concert
by two notable ap
fore a large and en
at the Belasco Th
town, and the othi
with the DetroitS
tra.
During the past
has appeared inE
and Austria, incl
London, Berlin, Co
Salzburg where cr
claiming the poet
the expressiveness
ing moods.
The Eva Jessye
of eight men, seve
tion to Miss Jessy
members are coll
Dance Chit
To End I
At Leag
Dance Club's bu
cessfu season will
ern dance recital
and night, May 4,
delssohn Theater.
The season ope
Dance Club perfor
ience of 100 stud
High School. Thi
stration was rep
modification Nov.:
Angell Iall.
On Nov. 16 a t
with only eight m
participating was
versity Elementar
Dance Club anE
of Jackson High S
a modern dance
cluding studies, te
by performing th
1,000 persons.
A cycle of thre
primitive, traditi
which will be re
proaching recital,
20 in the Unitaria
Dance Club w
demonstrate at t
National Physical
tion conventions,
undertake the trip
W.A.A. To
Campus
Qualifying score
golf tournament, w
sored by W.A.A.n
by Monday, April
'36, chairman of t
nounced yesterday
Groups of two,
play together at t
course, and shoul
in there or at th
All entrants shout
and each player's s
by his partner. T
be based on the m
The eight wom
lowest scores will
the women's golf
given a free memb

versity Golf cours
Q1ee
VOTE F
Ls MarieA
1 Charlot
LI1Anne (
QIBillie G
Q Isabelle
LI Kay Hi
NOTE:

Evanti, 2
g InLy
internationally fa-1
gro Coloratura So-
e Eva Jessye choir
er their recitals to
n. and 8:15 p.m.,
in' Lydia Mendels-!
as been announced.
up of songs at each
o originally came
D. C., has spent
ght years in Europe
ps even more noted
She not only sings
but speaks them
urn to the United
t tour was marked
pearances, one be-
thusiastic audience
eater in her home
er as guest soloist
Symphony Orches-
year Miss Evanti
England Germany
iding the cities of
logne, Munich and
itics agreed in ac-
ry of her art and
of her ever-chang-
Choir is composed
n women, in addi-
e, the director. All
ege graduates and
b Season
n Recital
ue Theater
siest and most suc-
end with a mod-
Saturday afternoon
in the Lydia Men-
ned Nov. 8 when
med before an aud-
ents in University
s informal demon-
eated with slight
14 in Sarah Caswell
hird demonstration
embers of the club
given at the Uni-
y School.
swered the request
chool, Jackson, for
demonstration in-
chnique and dances
ere Dec. 12 before
e religious dances,
onal and modern,
peated at the ap-
was presented Jan.
n Church.
as also invited to
he Mid-West and
Education Associa-
but was unable to
Sponsor
Golf Meet
s for the women's
hich is being spon-
must be turned in
29, Louise Mack,
he tournament, an-
three, or four may
he University Golf
d hand their score
e W.A.A. building.
ild play 18 holes,
core should be kept
he tournament will
edal score.
en obtaining the
be given places on
team, and will be
ership to the Uni-

Ehimii
)L
.n of the
OR 10 out of t
Murphy
tte Whitman
Osbourne
.riffiths
McKeller
ildebrand
All students m

Vegro. Soprano, W
ia Mendelssohn
all have a wide background of expe-
rience on the stage, some having V
played principal roles on the New in
York stage. be
The appearance of the choir in Ann wd
Arbor is sponsored by the Dunbar F
League and the Congregational Stu- mo
dent Club. 16:
of t
lae
t'S gro
-tsho
has
it Y aver
iti
iRai ar
fra
Georgina Karlson, '35, chairman of Pr
the finance committee for the Assem- int
bly Ball, announced in her report to low
the Assembly during its regular meet- ten
ing yesterday that the organization T
made $209.25 profit on their annual fro
dance. the
The Assembly voted to give $125 of Fo
the net profit to the Undergraduate an
Fund of the League. The remaining wit
money will be kept in the treasury of Th
the Assembly, according to Maureen not
Kavanagh, '36, president of the As- wh
sembly. T
The group voted unanimously to pas
continue the Assembly banquet at we
which time the members of the Senior tra
society take their pledges. At the aft
same meeting, the Assembly decided lar
to have special editions of the Bulletinla
rather than the monthly issues as bri
has been the practice this year. The ag
Bulletin is the official news organ of lac
the Assembly. ate
de
League Duplicate Bridge
Winners Are Announced
Winners in the duplicate bridge
tournament, played Wednesday night
at the League, were announced as
follows: North and South, Urban
Barnsworth and R. C. Shankland high
with 92, while Mrs. Mary C. Lake and
C. Lhevine came in second with a
score of 86. East and West winners
were Ray Whipple and C. F. Rogers
with 82/, with Mrs. William Halstead
and William Holmes coming in second
with 76.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Members of Alpha Tau Omega fra-
ternity will attend a dinner, Satur-
day night, April 27, to be given by the
alumni of the Ann Arbor chapter in
honor of the group's new initiates.
The dinner will be given at the De-
troit Athletic Club.
The initiates are: John Clark, '38;
Frank Gibbs, '38E; Donald Knapp,
'38; Morris Morgan, '37FC; Sigurd
Lynner, '38; Gustavus Shallberg, '38;
Don Wangelin, '38E; Crosby Wyman,
'38; Richard Schaus, '38E.
PI TAU PI SIGMA
Pi Tau Pi Sigma, national fratern-
ity for R.O.T.C. members, held a
meeting last night at the Union. Lieut.
E. J. Kelly of the National Guard ad-
dressed the group on the subject of
the Guard.
ZETA PHI ETA
Zeta Phi Eta, women's speech so-
ciety, made plans at a luncheon meet-
ing held Wednesday for a program
to be presented May 7 at which Prof.
Thomas C. Trueblood, founder of the
speech department of the University,
will speak. Members of other campus
speech societies, Athena, Adelphi and
Alpha Nu, will be invited to the
meeting.
J.G.P. APPLICANTS
The Judiciary Council will interview
all applicants for positions in the Jun-
ior Girls' Play in the Undergraduate
Office from 3 to 4:30 p.m. today and

from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow.
a -tion I
Mardi Gras
he following candidates:
Maretta Martinek
LI Virginia Cluff
'Kay Carpenter
Q Sarah Pierce
LI Hilda Kirby
L Gig Karlsonf
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