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AY, MAY 28, 1936

THE MICHIG~AN DAILY

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Leaders, Aides
Announced For
Lantern Night
Each Class To Wear Gay,
Colored Hair Ribbons To
To Indicate Size1

Culottes For Athlete

'140, Students
Attend Weekly
Ruthven's Tea
SPastels, Summer Fabrics
Worn By Large Crowd
At Final Affair

Originality, Individuality Seen
In Fashions For Beach Wear,
Fishnet, Wood, Cork Make brown and dubonnet are only a few
New Bathing Suit Styles of the many new delightful com-
.sl i . - ,binations.
Distintive, Gay1 Fabrics which never before took to

Ticket Sell-Out
Is Announced
On Senior Ball
A complete sell-out for Senior ball

At the first sign of warm days last
year's bathing suits begin emerging

I water have become "amphibious" with
I the most pleasing effects. Seersucker,
Iknitted velvet, shantung, celanese,

Leaders and aides of four classes
for the line of march were designated
yesterday by Brenda Parkinson, '36,
co-chairman of Lantern Night with
Charlotte Rueger, '37.
Senior class leaders include Betty
Chapman, Julie Kane, Brenda Park-
inson and Jean Seeley. Winifred
Bell, Betty Greve, Maureen Kavanagh
and Josephine T. McLean will func-
tion as senior aides, and Jane Ar-
nold, Grace Bartling, Dorothy Gies
and Florence Harper will bring up
the rear of the group as end aides.
The seniors will be the only group
having four aides, the remainder of
the classes having only two.
Name Junior Leaders
Betty Anne Beebe, Maryanna
Chockley, Elsie Pierce and Charlotte
Rueger constitute the leaders repre-
senting the junior women. Lois King
and Grace Snyder will function as
end aides, with Jean Gourlay, Char-
lotte Hamilton, Harriet Heath, Kate
Landrum and Jane O'Ferrall making
up the remainder of the junior aides.
The sophomore leaders are com-
prised of Margaret Curry Hope Hart-
wig, Mary B. Johnson and Angeline
Malisewski. Janet Allington, Mar-
garet Ann Ayres, Betty Gatward, Sally
Kenny, Barbara Lovell and Irene Stil-
son will be aides and the positions
of end aides will be filled by Roberta
Melin and Betty Whitney.
Jenny Petersen, Nancy Stonington,
Frances Sutherland and Mary Wheat
have been chosen freshman leaders.
End aides will be Eleanor French and
Harriet Pomeroy. Marian Baxter,
Marcia Connell, Jean Holland, Mar-
jorie Lee Lehner, Betty Jane Mans-
field and Mary Ral will act as fresh-
man aides.
To Wear Class Colors t
The leaders will wear jackets of
their class colors, which are as as
follows: seniors, blue; juniors, yellow;
sophomores, red; freshmen, green.'
The aides will be dressed all in white.
The only other special costume will.
be the caps and gowns worn by unie
senior women. These will be worn
from supper time on to distinguish
these women from the remainder of
the undergraduates.
For the first time in Lantern Night
history, the classes will wear hair
ribbons of their class color, thus mak-
ing the M more colorful and showing
the size of the different classes, Miss
Parkinson announced.
Contrary to past tradition, the sen-
iors will be the only ones to carry
anything, and will hand their lanterns
to any undergraduate standing near
instead of just a junior as has been
formerly done.
Space Roped Off
The space needed for the pageant
will be roped off, and a single line of
chairs for the patrons and patron-!
esses placed in back of it. The only
people allowed in front of the rope
will be those participating in the line
of march. A committee of freshmen
women not participating in the pa-
geant has been named to take care
of this. Ann Arbor boy scouts will'
usher for the affair.l
The line of march has been con-
siderably simplified this year so that
a large number of women can partici-
pate without practice.
The specific times of the different
events were also announced yesterday
by Miss Parkinson. The supper will
begin at 5 p.m. and the pageant
at 6:45 p.m. The line of march will
start at 7:30 p.m. and the dance,'
which is to follow it immediately, is
slated to start at 8 p.m. and will last
until 10 p.m. Men are invited to at-
tend the pageant, the line of march
and the dance, but are excluded from
the supper.

-Associated Press Photo.
For the girl who wants freedom in
her stride, culottes (divided skirts)
will provide the necessary room for
action this year. The suit shown
is made of salmon beige flannel
and is worn with a brown sweater
and Texas ranger hat.
Eng agrement Of
ByrnVdei
Is Announced.
Former Business Manager
Of Michigan Daily Staff
To Marry Miss Fry
Announcement. has been made in,
Lansing of the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of Miss Kathleen
Fry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Fry, and Byron C. Vedder ,'33, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Vedder of
Adrian. Miss Fry is the niece of T. I.
Fry, state treasurer, and Mr. Vedder
is the business manager of The Eve-
ning Courier in Champaign-Urbana,
Ill.
The wedding will be held June 20 in
the First Presbyterian Church, East
Lansing.
Thegbride-elect is a graduate of
Michigan State Normal and for some
time has been in the sales tax de-
partment at the State house. She
is a member of Delta Sigma Epsilon
sorority.
Mr. Vedder graduated from the
University of Michigan in 1933. While
in school he was business manager
of The Michigan Daily and president
of Alpha Nu, public speaking society.
He was also a member of Michigamua
and served as treasurer of the jun-
ior class.
Following his graduation he was
in charge of student publications at
the University of Michigan and for

The last of the undergraduate teas from their moth ball beds and mak- i alpaca, terry-cloth, chenille, and linen
to be held by President and Mrs. ing their public appearance ' once are decorative on the beach.
semester was attended yesterday by more. However, with the latest of The novelty weaves and stitches
semeterwas ttededyestrda bygive the suits unexcelled smartness.
more than 140 students. fashions in swim suits arriving by Uglvet e ectsxlted dm n s
Spring was everywhere in evidence'the score, 1935 models are not long Uncut velvet effects, quilted diamond
judging from the pastel shades and in leaving the spotlight for wear at matelasses, pebble knits, accordian
summer fabrics worn by those who Loch Alpine and other bathing spots. iribs, shepherd checks and waffle knits
attended. Jean Bcnisteel, who re- Originality and individuality in dec- ly and to be flattering at the same
cfived guests and presented them to orative details make the new sand and time.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, wore a turf styles a joy to behold. With to-p
white suit with a blue blouse. fishnet coming into its own this sea- A two-piece brown model in a nov-
Mrs. Ruthven chose a maroon and son in summer sport and surf apparel, eIty rib is brightened by a white chev-
white flowered silk suit with white many unique effects have been ron and star trim. Nautical effects
shoes and white jewelry. Betty Gat- achieved. Figures of sea dragons of have never been better than they
ward, general chairman of the week- fishnet inserted in the new "non- lae this year. Another simple suit
ly teas, wore a white suit with a blue tear" rubber suits make the suits ti blue also features white contrast,
neckerchief. She and Harriet Heath, cool and comfortable for swimming.
social chairman of the League, wan- Wooden buttons down the back or
dEred from room to room with Dr. looped through corded rope at the W I
Rudolph Winnacker of the history sides are very popular. Adjustable e eG
department. They finally stopped shoulder buckles of quaint wooden sea
in the dining room and continued animals with belt buckles to match
what seemed to be a rather interest- give the suits a smarter appearance. DIama: Ivor Novello's "Party"
ing discussion. ITiny rows of buttons of cork are with Esteelle Winwood, Eddie Garr,
Mrs. Kathleen Codd, social director placed at the neck. Sprigs of nose- Frances Maddux and Doris Dalton
of Martha Cook dormitory, was seen gay made of rubber and other water at 8:15 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn The-
in black with a black hat. In the proof fabrics add a touch of gayety atre.
dining room Mrs. Clarence S. Yoakum to even the most somber colored suits. a . U
in navy blue heeast ppdrikinfg tea Smooth, form-fitting bne-piece Flags" with Ronald Colman and Clan-
rather early in the afternoon. Bar- models reach the top again this year dette Colbert. Michigan, "The Ghost
ratr Tearly in thbe ftern . dar as the most sought after surf togs. Goes West" with Robert Donat. Or-
bara Teall in a blue suit delayed 'Bell skirts of contrasting colors which pheum "Ah Wilderness" with Wal-
a few minutes to talk to a group of phun AiWleresIihWl
friends as she was leaving, are easily attached make them more lace Berry and "The Bishoo Misbe-
fin versatile for beach wear. Two-piece haves" with Maureen O'Sullivan.
Nine groups were invited to at- suits are found mostly in the crin- Weti,"ni Oke"wihBr
tend the tea ,yesterday. Jewel Wuer-uisaeondmsyihern- Wueth, "Annie Oakley" with Bar-
tend, Lthe teahystrday . ewel Wud kled or perforated rubber styles. They bara Stanwyck and "Two in the Dark"
fel, Lucille Johnston, Mrs. Codd, and feature pleated and flared skirts and wihWlac od
Miss Inez Bozorth poured. 'dswih Wallace Ford.
-attached foundation shorts. Cncert: Harp recital under the
Halter necks of fishnet, corded rope leadership of May Jane Clark at 8 :15
i vicar[hia( l 1 Olds and wooden and fabric flower chains p.., School of Music Auditorium
hold up the suits and allow ease
1S ,it and comfort in swimming. South Sea
island pareus of brilliant reds, greens l'UTTING TOURNAMENT
P and yellows are also quite popular. Kate Landrum, '37, intramural
President and Mrs. Ruthven were Color combinations have taken a manager, announces that anyone in-
Martha Cook resident's dinner, helddecided turn toward delicate pastel terested in entering the putting tour-
last htshades. Aquamarine which has been nament to be held at 3:30 p.m. on the
n worn so much recently predominates. Field Day preceding Lantern Night,
Other guests were faculty members Pale pinks, blues and greens with which will be held June 1, can sign up
and their wives and the board of gov- contrasting colors of royal Indian now at the W.A.A. Building.
ernors of Martha Cook: Mrs. James _--_--_-_-_-_--
D. Bruce, Mrs. Stuart G. Baits, and --
Mrs. Delos Parker Heath. Second Floor
Miss Ruth Lavender, '37, chairman
of the dinner, presided at the coffee
table in the Blue Room after dinner,
along with Mrs. Kathleen Codd and Iw
Miss Sara Rowe.
A program of songs was sung dur-
ing coffee by Miss Marguerite Creigh-
ton, '37SM, accompanied by Miss Su-
anne MaLue, Grad.SM, after which -- '
the board of governors were present-
ed their copies of the Martha Cook
Annual by its editor, Miss Betty Anne
Wills.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
Phi Sigma Sigma held their senior
supper last evening honoring four
seniors: Francis Burnstine, Gladys
Hornung, Bernadine Field, and Lil-
lian Vinacow. Lillian Magasiner of DECORATION DAY
Sioux City was a guest speaker on
the program which was arranged by
Sally Leavitt, '37. Miss Leavitt is also
in charge of the steak roast planned FELTS $2 STRAWS $2
for today. CREPES $2 PANAMAS $2
LINENS $2 PIQUES $2 ITS THE INEI W1
the past 18 months has been business
manager of the Evening Courier. The
couple plan to live in Champaign- e enes an
Urbana. .-__ _______.

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tickets was announced yesterday by
Lawrence David, '36, ticket chairman.
He urged that all seniors who reserved
tickets should call for them immed-
iately.
The sale which continued for a
week only was not thrown open to
the general campus but reserved for
seniors.
Decorations for the ball will feature
the college colors and will be seen in
the gold and blue drapes topped by
a large '36, over the orchestra stand
where Ted Weems and his band will
be making music.
Scheduled to come at the end of
final examinations this dance is the
last big event before graduation and
the final celebration of the senior
class. It will be held the night be-
fore commencement as a fitting con-
clusion to the season's activities.
The members of the committees
have been named by Tor Nordenson,
'36, general chairman. They are:
Helen Rankin, '36, decorations; Philip
Ordway, '36, programs; Benjamin
Charin, '36 and Robert Young, '36,
music; Florence Harper, '36, pub-
licity; David, tickets; and Harold
Clayton, '36, budget committee.

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and a great deal of time will be
spent swimming! So do right by
yourself and buy a Bradley .
if swimming is your pet sport .
trim, smooth fitting suits like
these will give you plenty of
freedom for speed.
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