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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Arrangements
Completed For
Lantern Night
Eight Assistants F r o mi
Each Class Are Selected
By Barbara Sutherland
The eight senior, junior, sopho-
more, and freshmen women who will
assist in Lantern Night, the cere-
mony Wednesday, May 22, honoring
senior women, were announced yes-
terday by Barbara Sutherland, '35,
leader. The selection was made on
the basis of merit points.
Assistants in the graduating class
are Betty Aigler, Eleanor Blum, Kath-
leen Carpenter, Billie Grifflths, Max-
ine Maynard, Marie Metzger, Ruth
Root, and Mary Sabin.
Juniors Chosen*
Elizabeth Chapman, Jane Fletcher,
Dorothy Gies, Margaret Hiscock, Julie
Kane, Josephine McLean, Marjorie
Morrison, and Jean Seeley will lead
the junior class.
Sophomores will be guided by Gail
Duffendack, Olive Griffith, Lois King,
Mary Elizabeth King, Gretchen Leh-
man, Helen Shapland, Marjorie Tur-
ner, and Edith Zerbe.
Freshman Leaders
Katherine Buckley, Shirl Crosman,
Margaret Currie, Joan Kimmle, Helen
Poirdee, Harriet Shackleton,. Billie
Suffern, and Teresa Swab were ap-
pointed freshman leaders.
Once the block M is formed before
Couzens Hall at Palmer Field, the
seniors will pass their lanterns to the
juniors who in turn will give their
hoops to the sophomores. The fresh-
men will then take the place of the
sophomores.
A concert by the Varsity Band will
precede the ceremony proper. Field
day, at which time the houses com-
pete in sports, will occupy the after-
noon. The participants, who will be
entertained at supper by W.A,A:, will
be chosen on basis of their athletic
ability and their interest in sports.
PSI.OMEGA
Psi Omega fraternity is planning
an open spring formal for Friday,
May '10. Chaperones for the affair
will be Dr. Philip Jay and Dr. Ralph
Moyer of the Dentistry department.
Sid Carver's orchestra from Detroit
will furnish the music. Members of
the committee in charge are Howard
Ross, '36D, Rudolph Raftshol, '3.6D,
and Gordon Glair, '36D.

Star In Festival

Noted Music Critics And Artists
To Attend Annual May Festival

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Ilka, Chase, celebrated New York
star, daughter of Edna Woolman
Chase, editor of Vogue, will feature
many new Hattie Carnagie gowns in
her appearance here in 'the Dramatic
Season revue, "Up To The Stars,"
epr ing June 3.
Wong, Djeng
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Arnold Wong, Grad., and Beatrice
Djeng, Grad., have been invited to be
the guests of the Freshman College
at Brown City tomorrow, as one of the
deputations arranged for through the
office of the Counsellor of Foreign
Students, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson.
Miss Djeng and Mr. Wong will
speak on matters pertaining to their
native country at the high school and
college assemblies, and will be guests
of honor at a luncheon discussion and
a reception to be given later by the
people of the community.
Sunday, May 10, a group of six
oriental students representing six dif-
ferent countries have been invited to
take part in a Conference under the
direction of Dr. Edward Blakeman.
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Distinguished music critics as well
as music lovers and famous musicians
from awide area will assemble in
Ann Arbor for the 42nd Annual May
Festival, which will begin Wednesday,
May 15, and will continue for four
days.
Representatives from several New
York papers as well as music editors
from Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago, and
many Michigan cities will attend,
while such professional music jour- I
nals as Musical Courier, Musical
Amercia, and the Music Digest of
New York, and Musical Leader and
League Plans
Musicale F or
Sunday Night
Soloists And University
Little Symphony To Be
Featured
The League will hold the second in
a series of musicales at 8 p.m. Sunday
night in the Grand Rapids Room of
the League. The University Little
Symphony, under the direction of
Thor Johnson, Grad. SM, will be fea-
tured, and Miss Ruth Pfohl, director
of Helen Newberry Residence, Ruby!
Peinert, Spec. SM, and John Krell,
'37SM, will appear as soloists.
The program will open with Hay-
dn's "Symphony No. 6 in G Major
(Paukensschlag) Adagio, Allegro di
Molto, and Andante," which will be
played by the Little Symphony. This
will be followed by "Concerto in A
Minor" for violoncello and orches-
tra by Saint-Saens, with Miss Peinert
as the soloist.
The next number will be "Inter-
mezzo from the Opera 'Carmen,'" by
Bizet, with incidental solos played by
Vlasta Podola, bassoon, and John
Krell, piccolo. This will be followed
by "Aquarium from 'Le Carnaval des
Animaux'" by Saint-Saens, and
Valse" by Chopin, played byKrell,
flutist, with string orchestra.
Miss Pfohl will be the soloist in the
next number, "Introduction et Al-
legro" for Harp and Orchestra by
Ravel. The closing number will be
"Overture to the Operetta 'Die Fled-
ermaus'" by Strauss. A special in-
vitation has been issued to the moth-
ers who will be spending the week-
end here at Mothers' house parties.
Freshmen Honored
By Phi Eta Sigma
Phi Eta Sigma, honorary society
for freshman men, held initiation
ceremonies for 50 honor students last
night at the Union. The December
initiates were also honored. A ban-
quet followed the ceremonies.
Those initiated last night include
Gustav Baer, James Barco, Edward
Biggar, Edmund Blaske, Howard
Bratt, William Centner, William De-
Lancey, Gregg Dunlap, Clifton El-
liott, Alfred Erickson, James Fischer,
Henry Foley, Robert Frank, Clifford
Gressman, Wellington Grimes, Her-
bert Grosch, Walter Hahn, Joe Har-
mon, Hugh Hayward, Robert Huner-;
jager, Frederick Jones, Robert Jud-
son, and Edward Kazmark.
Others were Edwin Kessler, Morris,
Lichtenstein, Harold Lief, Alfred Lov-1
ell, William Mann, Lawrence Mayer-
field, William Parsons, Gardner Pat-I
terson, John Pickering, Barney Pol-1
skin, Geoige Quick, Harold Rudolph,
Robert Sanford, Willard Sheldon,
Harry Shniderman, Walter Singer,
Kalman Small, Sydney Smith, Rob-
ert Somers, Sydney Steinborn, John
Thom, William Valentine, Jack Walk-l
er, David Friedman, John Miller,
Richard Stone, and William Sullivan.
TAU EPSILON RHO

The following officers were inducted
at a ceremony last night at the Un-
ion: Merwin K. Grosberg, '36L, Chan-
cellor; Joseph H. Jackier, '36L, Vice-
Chancellor; Theodore Solomon, '36L,
Master of the Role, and H. Tracy
Maas, '36L, Bursar.

Music News of Chicago, will be pre-
sented by staff writers.
From the Detroit Free Press will
come Herman Wise, and from the De-
troit Times, Ralph Holmes, while
Russell McLaughlin will represent the
Detroit News. The Christian Sciencer
Monitor of Boston will be represented
by their Detroit representative, and
the dailies of Rochester, New York,
will send special staff writers to re-
view the American premiere of How-
ard Hanson's "Drum Taps."
The soloists will begin arriving
Sunday afternoon and evening pre-
ceding the Festival and will be in
readiness for private piano rehearsals,
and rehearsals with Choral Union and
the University School of Music Sym-
phony Orchestra on Monday andi
Tuesday.
Wednesday morning Frederick
Stock and Eric DeLamarter, with the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, will
arrive, and final professional re-
hearsals will start that afternoon.
They will be followed by daily re-
hearsals during the Festival week
when concerts are not being given.
Large Attendance
Climaxes Ruthven
Student Tea Series
The largest attendance of the year
marked the last tea yesterday in the
annual series given by President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven for Uni-
versity students. More than 350 at-
tended the affair.
Special invitations had been issued
to several houses, and to all gradu-I
ate students. Members of the League
social committee assisted Mrs. Ruth-
ven as hostesses.
Pouring at the tea table were Betty
Chapman, who wore a brown and
white ensemble, Maureen Kavanagh,
in navy blue crepe with white shoe-
string trimming, and Jane Arnold in
navy redingote over a green silk
print.
Alice Slingluff, who is in charge of
the sub-committee assisting at the
teas, appeared in bright blue crepe.
Martha Steen, League social chair-

Architects' Ball
To Feature Skit
In Satire Form
Patrons And Patronesses
Are Announced; Guests
Honored To Attend
A satire on the vocational guid-
ance series of lectures, which have
been delivered by members 4f the
University faculty, will be presented
by students of the School of Archi-
tecture as an entertainment skit at
the Architects' Ball Friday night.
The skit will include an all-male
chorus, for which several new songs
have been written by members of the
entertainment committee. Samuel
Scheinar, '35A, chairman of the en-
tertainment committee, and Prof.
Ralph W. Hammett of the architec-
tural school are directing the pro-
gram.
Announcement of the patrons and
patronesses for the ball was made
yesterday by Richard Stickney, '36A,
chairman of the patrons committee.
They are :
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven; Dean and Mrs. Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean Alice Lloyd, Prof. and
Mrs. Emil Lorch, Prof. and Mrs.
George McConkey, Prof. and Mrs.
Jean Hebrard, Prof. and Mrs. Wells
I. Bennett, Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W.
Hammett, Prof. Roger Bailey and
other members of the faculty of the
School of Architecture.
In addition to the patrons and
patronesses, several distinguished
guests have been invited to attend
the Ball. Among the guests invited
are:
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Williams, presi-
dent of the Architectural Alumni As-
sociation of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Booth, vice-president of the
Association; Mr. and Mrs. C. Wil-
liam Palmer, member of the Detroit
branch of the American Institute of
Architects; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wil-
by, of Detroit, former faculty mem-
ber; and Mr. and Mrs. Eliel Saarinen
of Cranbrook.
Engagement Is
Announced; Set

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man, selected chartreuse green with
smocking effects at the neck and M arriao'e Date
sleeves.
Knit frocks were the most popular The engagement of Hazel Winkel-
choice. Kay Carpenter wore a smart haus '37, to Robert Ward, '35BAd.,
coral knit dress with green and white was,',nouncetWnrd Bad.
accents. Miss Ethel McCormick ap- day night at the Alpha Gamma Delta
peared in a green suit, with yellow sorority chapter house.
blouse and brown hat. Esther Green- s Ty enageen asa
'The engagement was announced
wood's knit frock was in hyacinth in a unique manner, having small
blue, and Hope Hartwig's flame-col- cards tied to red roses at each place.
ored with black bow and belt. Also Mr. Ward is affiliated with Theta
in coral boucle was Betty Rich, and Delta Chi fraternity, and Miss Win-
Betty Grave attended in orange silk kelhaus is a member of Alpha Gamma
knit. * Delta sorority. The wedding date has
Grace Snyder, finance chairman been set for early fall.
of next year's J.G.P., was seen in Announcement has been made of
natural cotton lace with touches of the coming marriage of Dr. M. Veron-
brown and turquoise. ica O'Brien and Dr. Earl W. Qhesher
f of New York, which will take place
r May 18 in New York City.
Travis Gets Adelphi Dr. O'Brien is a graduate of Elmira
College for women, and received her
Award For Service MD degree from the University of
Michigan in 1933. While in school
The service award presented an- she was affiliated with Theta Phi
nually by Adelphi House of Repre- Alpha sorority. Dr. Chesher is a
sentatives, men's speech society, was graduate of the University of Okla-
given to Samuel L. Travis, '37L, at homa where he was a member of
ceremonies held Psi Kappa Psi fraternity. Both Dr.
presentationcr ois h ldTues- O'Brien and Dr. Chesher are on the
day night. Travis has at various staff of the Neurological Institute of
times held the offices of clerk and of New York City, part of the Columbia
speaker of the House and has de- University Medical Center.
bated as a member of the Varsity
team.
Adelphi will hold its yearly banquet
next Tuesday night at which time the
election of officers for the coming
year will be held. Prof. J. A. C. Hild-
ner, of the German department, will
be the guest speaker at the banquet.k7 .

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