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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 193G-

T HE M IC HIG AN D A ITN

PAGE FgVE

Iluthvens Invite
Special Groups
To Attend Tea
Fraternities, Jordan Hall,
Law Club And Sororities
To Be Honored
Nine groups have been extended a
special invitation to attend the regu-
lar undcergraduat e tea to be held from
4 to 6 p.m. today by President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven.
'They are: Collegiate Sorosis, Deltaj
Zeta and Theta Phi Alpha sororities;
Jordan Hall; the Lawyer's Club and
Delta Upsilon, Theta Xi, Triangle
and Sigma Nu fraternities. All stu-
dents on campus in addition to these
special groups are also invited to at-
tend.
Betty Gatward, '38, who is general
chairman of the tea, has announced
that Mrs. Kathleen Codd, Jewel
Wuerfel, '37, and Lucille Johnston,
'36, will pour. Mrs. Codd is social
director of Martha Cook Dormitory,
and Miss Johnston is president of
Jordan Hall.,
'Ihe tea to be held today is a regu-
lar weekly function held by Presi-
dent and Mrs. Ruthven when they
open their home to the student body.
Under the direction of Harriet Heath,
'37, the members of the League social
committee assist in entertaining the
guests and showing them through
the house..

Player Queen

Lantern Night
March Orcer
Is Announced

Muriel Ilutchison has made a
dccided impression as Fay Strube,
the sinai t dress designer in the
I cnirent Dramatic FestivaI produc-
tion, Ivor Novello's "Party," at the
Lydia. nMendelssehn theatre. Shej
will appear as thL Player Queen1
with pin kJith in "Haiplet.''
J. G. P. SCRIPT
Any junior woman interested in
writing a scriPt or skit for next year's
J.G.P. or having an idea for a theme
for the production should hand them
in at Miss Ethel McCormick's office
at the League before June 5, accord-
ing to Hope Hartwig, '38, general
chairman.

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Outline Of Procedure For
Undergraduate Women
Issued By Leader
iliscock To Be Head
Lower (lasses To Form
At 'Camps, Seniors Onl
form itory rTerraee
Directions for undergraduate wom-
en participating in the line of march,
on Lantern Night, which is to be held
June 1, were issued yesterday after a,
committee meeting Monday, accord-
ing to Margaret Hiscock, '36, leader,
of the line of march.
The undergraduate women will view
the Freshman Pageant from a roped-
cff enclosure directly in front of the
I stage, which is located at the base
{ of the hill on the east side of Palmer
Field between the Observatory and
Mosher Jordan. At the conclusion'
of the Pageant, the women tnarch
cut of the enclusure froe a opening
at the right side of the stage. The
seniors ascend the steps to the ter-
race of Mosher Jordan where their
line is formed.
Lower Classes First
The three lower classes form first
at their "camps" under flags of their
class colors, then at the foot of the
Mosher Jordan rock gardens in a
long line along the wall. Each class
is to line un four abreast behind its
four leaders with the aides marshall-
ing the lines. The order is: first,
juniors, then sophomores, and finally,
freshmen.
When the Michigan band, led by
William D. Revelli, begins a march,'
the juniors march into the roped-
off enclosure, make a circle of the
field passing the leader of Lantern
Night, who is stationed at the farthest
extremity from the stage and facing
it. The juniors come to a stop at the
yellow flags facing the leader at her
right, to form the right side of the
M.
Meet Seniors
The sophomores enter the enclosure,
marching outside the juniors, past
the leader, up the left side of the
field and directly back to form the
left side of the M, stopping at the
red flags.
The freshmen march outside the
juniors past the leader, outside the
sophomores and then make a V be-
tween the two sides of the M to com-
plete it. A green flag indicates the
mid-point of the V.
The seniors march once completely
around the field going on the outside
of the juniors, past the leader, on the
outside of the sophomores, past the
freshmen and around to come up be-
fore the leader. Before her, they
separate into twos, one pair going
to the right side of the M, and one
pair to the left.
March Outside Juniors
On reaching the side, the two sen-
iors separate, one going on the out-
side of the lines standing before her
and one on the inside. They go
until they meet the seniors from the
other side of the M at the point of
the V. They thus completely sur-
round the M.
At this oiznt the leader blows one
whistle, which is the signal for the
seniors to pass their lanterns to the
girls next to them. The leader then
presents the League flag to the class
having the most members out for the
event. The entire group sings the first
and last verses of the "Yellow and
Blue," and the ceremony is concluded.
ASKS COSTUMES RETURN
Beatrice Lovejoy, '37, women's
dance manager, requests that all cos-
tumes used in any dance club per-
formance throughout 1935-36 be re-
turned to the basement of Barbour
Gymnasium. She also asks that any-
one interested in helping to pack

these to please get in touch with her
by phoning 7466.

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Campus Cliaracters
111 t'am" rpolse(I fly
Scepter Of Wizard
imagine the Universi Py of Michi-
gan changed into ihe University of
O~z. Imagine the ICRTC as Gingercz's
ai my, the Phi fBet e as the Scarecrow
of Oz. These, the BMOC, the foot-
ball hero, the camrpusgoon and other
well known figures about campus,
will be chanFedinto Or characters in
the Freshman Fiesta,~ "Oz U," to be
given Lantern Night, June 1, on
Palmer Field.
Barbara Hleath. danne chairman.
is practicing daily with Ginger's
chorus, which is composed of Betty
Spangler, Jane TLyon, Marian Baxter,
Charlotte Poock, Madeline Meyers,
Alice St. John, Elaine Hamilton, Lu-
cille Flaum and Ellen Cuthbert.
Taking part in the bluebook scene
are Barbara Teall, Charlotte Poock,
Doris Bolton, Marian Baxter, Rebec-
ca Bursley, Betsy Guild, Olga Dobson
and Mary Jane Nickerson.
Bernice Wolfson is directing the
pantomine in the lecture scene, which
will be done in the manner of Trudi
Schoop. The characters in that scene
are Jean Waterston, Henrietta Simp-
son, Margaret McCall, Bettie How-
ard, Mary Browne, Jane Lord, Mary
Alice Mackenzie, Marjorie Link, Mar-
cia Connell, Jane Bierly, Eleanor
Smith and Betty Lyon.
Oren Parker, who makes sets for
Play Production, is directing the mak-
ing of the sets for "Oz U." There are
two of these: one of the clock in
Angell Hall, and another of the Em-
erald City of Oz.
POLISH PROFESSOR HONORED
Prof. and Mrs. W. L. Ayres gave a
small dinner last night at the Mich-
igan Union honoring Prof. Kazimierz
Kuratowski of the University of War-
saw. In addition to Professor Kura-
towski, the guests were Prof. and Mrs.
T. H. Hildebrandt, Prof. and Mrs. G.
Y. Rainich, Prof. and Mrs. R. L. Wil-
der, Prof. and Mrs. E. W. Miller and
Prof. and Mrs. Ben Dushnik.

Con nittee en P1 i' Describes which Buddha is enthroned,s
I m' " - -_n unded by his disciples, which arue
} (2l : ine e Art E x iht merely scratc'led with great delica<cy
a inm e ue U s t s ________and detail into the lintels over the
Au exhibition of ink rubbings of doorways of certain temples.
Fot' K ey D anc Czinese Art from ancient monuments On the west wall of the gallery
of the Han, "Six Dynasties," and prance the six favorite horses of T'ai
Mary johnsoui win AIenI Tang Dynasties was the subject of a Tsung, founder and emperor of the
<allcry talk by Mr. James Marshall T'ang Dynasty. The originals are
Wit: Genreral hl airmlaui, Plum 'r yesterday in the West Gallery 1 six feet wide and five feet high, done
Frank Barnard of Alumni Memorial Hall. in high relief, on the tomb of the
The exhibit displays a variety of emperor, who was so fond of the
rtpee agn fbeasts that he composed verses in
Guests of the committeemen for relief on a broze bell made in Korea their memory.
the Key Dance, first event of its kind in 771, depicting a Buddhist angel
to be held on campus, have been an- descending in kneeling position from
notnced by Fi'ank Barnard, '37, gen- heaven amid a shower of flowering
eral chairman. The dance will be vines, to 16 grotesque and surprisingly \
held May 29 in the Union Ballroom. life-like caricatures of Buddhist dis- - . 'AT E IIPELT
Virginia Van Dyke, '38, is to attend ciples.E E
with Barnard, and Mary Johnson, '38, Of especial beauty were four semi- EL ZR
will be the guest of Robert Beuhler, circular ink rubbings of scenes in WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING
'37E. Sanford Ladd, '37, will bring ----
Katharine Shields, '36, and Jane Bas-
sett, who graduated from the uni- .:
versity last year, is to accompany Tor -*'
Nordenson, '36. Jack Cawley, '36, is
to have Jean Coler, '37, as his guest:-
and Marshall Shulman, '37, willr .
br'ing Helen Douglas, '38.
mna Ray Hutton and her Melodears
have been engaged to play for the
dance. Miss Hutton's orchestra, na-
tionally known women's band, fea-
tures the Frazee Sisters, talented song
and dance team. A former dancer
in the George White and Ziegfield
shows, Miss Hutton now conducts herj:..;i' "":' : '
bad of 14 members at the Casino de *: . .;
Parce in New York City. She is com-:.,
ing directly here from that location.:.." ,,: :'". .~.... :
The six honor societies, which are
cooperating in giving the dance are ':
Sphinx. Sigma Delta Chi, Druids,
Triangles, Michigamua, and Vulcans.
'hese groups have substituted the :, a. .' N
Key Dance for the individual pro-
jects which they each held in past
years.- s ? ; - .,~,.
One of the outstanding events of
the evening will be the presenting of J
the "Oil Can," an old tradition of . j... '
Sigma Delta Chi, to the "most lo- '
quacious lubricator" of the faculty.
This year Prof. J. K. Pollock will per-
form the ceremony.
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