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JUNE 2, 1930-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ann Arbor celebrated her last week-end before the dreadful finals with
one of the finest dances of the year . . . This week's yellow orchid goes to the
honor societies for their big success . . . Key Dance . .. from the first
strains of Ina Ray Hutton's Melodears to the presentation of the Oil Can
to Prof. Joseph R. Hayden the dance was perfect . may the B.M.O.C.'s
get together oftener and turn out parties like this one .. .
The crests of the different societies were hung on plaques around the
ballroom of the Union ... under the Michigamua crest we saw several of
the big chiefs talking together . . . Bb Thomas and Shirley Peterson .. .
Shirley was wearing a white formal with big red dots . . . were standing
with George Atherton and Bunty Bingham . . . Bob Renner came back for
the week-end and danced by with Edna Goldeamp . . . Frank Dannemiller
. . . newly-elected president of the redskins, had as his guest Betty Gatward.
We noticed San Ladd and Kay Shields admiring the Druid crest as they
danced around the softly lighted ballroom . . . John Strayer and Ginny
Eaglesfield . . . Sally Jane Browne in white organdy danced by with Bill
Warner just as Van Dunakin and Jean Bell passed by the Druid group . . .
From our sheltered position near the doorway we caught fleeting glimpses
of Adele McDonald and Bill Mulder in the crowd . . . and Dotty Roth and
Rip Bowman . . . John Park and Barbara Worth came in to hear the pres-
entation of the oilcan. Jean Seeley and Fred Mitchell entered the crowd
so they could hear . . . Jean was wearing a brown chiffon redingote with a
lace border around the hem . . . over taffeta . .. Steve Mason and Betty
Shaffer pushed up toward the stage and applauded vigorously when the
oil can was presented to Professor Hayden . . . Lad McKay and Margaret
Cram joined in the merriment of the occasion . . . Among the others en-
joying the presentation were Hattibel Grow and Frank Aikens.
At The Peace Paddle.. .
The Michigamua bucks entertained the braves and their squaws at the
annual Peace Paddle and Dance Saturday . . . The group left the canoe
livery at 12:30 p.m.. . . three to a canoe. . . one squaw, one brave and one
buck or new initiate doing all the work . . Beyond Barton Pond the poor
initiates had to portage canoes . . . Jack Cawley and Jean Coler who were
being paddled by Hugh Bristol tried to race with another canoe and had the
misfortune to find themselves in the river . . fortnately the shore was
near and they clambered watersoaked to safety . . . This was the only ac-
cident of the trip , . . Everyone went swimming after lunch and Stephanie
gives a blue ribbon to the girl who undaunted by the lack of a swimming
suit decided her clothes were just as serviceable and joined the crowd in
the river .. .
The braves and their squaws were . . Brittle Bones Renner and Sis
Hubbard of Youngstown, Ohio . . . Groaning Gopher Groehn and Helen
Schreck of Detroit . . . Quivering Knees Thomas and Shirley Petersen of
Detroit . . . Flashy Blankets Williamson; and Betty Walsh .. . Sleeping
Tongue Atherton and Mary Sage Montague . . . Blubber Belly Kleene and
Mary Maclvor. . . Sunset Face Campbell and Jewel Wuerfel: . . Ill Wind
Dixon and Barbara Stewart. . . Aching Dogs Aikens and Carol Schoger . .
Game Caller Cawley and Jean Coler ... Staunch Haunch David and Mary
Katherine Andrus . .. Battle Chief Phillips and Betty Young . .. Flapping
Frog Fehsenfeld and Marian Fitzgerald . . . Trouble Trailer Tomagno and
Carolyn Woodford. . . Fighting Cock Patten and Jo Hadley . .. Scratching
Quill McCarthy and Mary Jane Muehler . .
Some of the girls who were chosen by the committee to attend the Peace
Dance with the young braves were . . Eve Niles, Julie Kane, Norma Pioch,
Betsey Baxter, Edith Merickel, Betty Gatward, Harriet Hathaway, Edna
Goldcamp, Marian Saunders, Dorothy Roth, Mary Alice Kreiger and Ger-
aldine Fitzgerald . . .
With The 'Ka " p-as..
The Kappa Kappa Gamma's spring formal Saturday night at the Wash-
tenaw Country Club deserves much praise. Soft lights . . . sweet music .. .
combined with the spring weather produced one of those too, too atmo-
spheres. Jo Scott . . . president of the house last year . . . was seen enter-
ing the dance floor with Bill Kline . . . Among the dancers were Mabel
Campbell and T. K.Fisher . . . Stephanie had trouble following their very
complicated steps. Louise and Dewitt Snyder entered at this point ..
they were greeted very merrily by Dude Haskins and Leo Jacobs. Dude wore
a red and white print dress.
Bea Howell and Bob Graper wandered out on the veranda which over-
looked the golf course . . . Alice Slinghuff and Dick Wolfert found this spot
ideal for a cigarette . . . George Wanty and Honey Rietdyke were chatting
with Barb Lutts and Larry Smith . . . When Barbara came on the dance
floor we noticed her very attractive purple organdy dress. When midnight
arrived everyone seemed loath to leave . . . among those Stephanie noticed
piling in the three buses . . . the Kappa's means of conveyance to and from
th party ... were Nancy Dall and Ed Higgins. Nancy had on a black net
dress with white dots . . . Alys Pierce in green chiffon appeared at that
moment with John Winder . . . Another foursome climbing into the bus
were Marjorie Link and Bill Slattery with Nancy Siebert and Ted Fraser
. ,..Stephanie noticed Marjorie's tan was very attractive with her aqua-
marine chiffon dress. Anyhow there was much merriment on the way home
and to the regret of everyone the spring formal was history.
The S.A.E.'s gave their annual spring dinner dance Friday night..
Everyone was just nicely seated when Jim Wiles and ,Jo Wilcox and Jane
Servis and Julie Kane and a whole crowd came in a few minutes late .. .
After much shuffling of chairs and feet as the men stood up to meet the
newcomers the dinner proceeded again . . . Fred McCracken and Chuck
Van Winlde were harmonizing between -courses much -to the amazement of
their dates . . . Helen Van Winkle and Betty Barth .. .
After dinner everyone climbed the traditional three flights of stairs to
the dance floor . . . Don Schwartz and Eddie Bruce were very interested
in watching the piano player as he rendered "Gloomy Sunday" for the

--Associated Press Photo.
Smartly dressed, Ann Harding'
well known stage and screen star,
is shown in a Quebec hotel a few
minutes before s he left to sail for
an extended trip through Europe
with her seven year-old daughter,
Jane.
Three Students
From, The East
Given Honors
Three Barbour scholars have been
hcnored receiitly for oitstanding
achievement. Two, who are now in
school have received special awards,
and the other, who received her doc-
tor's degree last June, has been hon-
ored for her work since leaving the
University.
Man-Kuei Li, Grad., was the first
foreign student ever to receive a Hop-
wood award. She received a prize of
$500 for two entries in the drama
and the essay. The play was entitled
"The Grand Garden."
Behice Sadik, Grad., a foreign stu-
dent from Turkey, has received a
junior sociology award of $250 from,
the Earhart Foundation Scholarships.'
This award was granted after appli-
cation and competition on the basis
of excellence in scholarship and abil-
ity,
Dr. Siao-Sung Diang, '35, who re-
turned to Jingling College in Nanking,
China, has 'been app6inted chair-
man of the committee which has
charge of the administration of the
college during the presence of Presi-
dent Woo. Jingling is the largest
women's college in China.

Today Is Set
As Time For
Lantern Nitdit
Program Will Be Same
As Originally Planned;
No Box Lunches
Rain yesterday caused the post-
ponement of the annual Lantern
Night ceremonies which will be held
tonight at Palmer Field, instead of
yesterday as planned.
According to an announcement of
the Women's Athletic Association,
the Freshman Pageant will be held at
7 p.m., the line of march at 7:30 p.m.
and the tennis court dance at 8 p.m.
Box lunches have been definitely
abandoned it was announced by
Charlotte Rueger, '37. co-chairman of
the event with Brenda Parknison, '36.
As a result of the postponement,
Lantern Night activities will follow
the traditional Swingout and Senior
Sing, to be held this afternoon. Sen-
ior women, wearing caps and gowns,
have been asked to assemble at 7:30
p.m. on the terrace of Mosher Jor-
dan, where they will receive lanterns
to carry during the march.
Undergraduates To Meet Under Flags
In contrast to the seniors on the
terrace, the undergraduate women
will meet in the field in camps under
their class flags. Class colors are
yellow for juniors, red for sopho-
mores and green for freshmen.
After completion of the Freshman
Pageant, women will gather at the
edge of the field near Mosher Jor-
dan and march out in order of class
seniority, forming a block "M" on
the field. The seniors will then
march down from the terrace, out-
lining the "M" with their lanterns.
At a signal from the leader the
seniors will hand their lanterns to
the undergraduates and the cere-
monies will conclude with the entire
group singing the first and third
verses of the "Yellow and Blue."
League Flag To, Be Presented
Margaret Hiscock, '36, leader of
the line of march, has announced
that the League flag will be present-
ed to the class with the largest at-
tendance, as planned for yesterday's
ceremonies.
Field Day, originally planned as a
part of the Lantern Night activities,
will not be held today. Finals of
the several Field Day events will be
held tomorrow and Tlmirsday. The
putting contest, however, was coi-
pleted before rain intervened yes-
terday.
Winner in that contest was Frances
Sutherland, '39, who was also an-
nounced as winner of the Hanley
trophy presented annually to the
woman showing the most improve-
ment in golf during the year. Cora
Neils6n, '35, was winner last year.

Honorary Sorority
liutiates Freshmen
Sixtccn women were initiated into
Alpha Lambda Delta, national hon-
ora ry sorority for frehman women,
R iday, May 29, at the home of Dean
Alin-eLlod.
Juia nA111)I;, Upson wa: elrrecdpresi-
deintof the organinIon Cirstie
G£'sel1 sc'retary and Margaret Bryant,
treasurer, at the meeting which fol-
lowedl the initiation. Elda Faster,
last year's president, conducted the
meeting, which was followed by a buf-
fet supper.
The new initiates are Bernice Co-
hen, Miss Bryant, Phyllis Bennett,
Miss Geseil. Alice Frayer, Martha
Dynes,. Mary Alice Mackenzie, Claire
Mandell, Jenny Peterson, Jean Hol-
land, Margaret Haggen, Martha Till-
inan, Myra Short, Maric Elizabeth
Wentworth, Eureka Cahill, and Miss
Upson.
Scalp And Blade Elects
Officers For Next Year'
Scalp and Blade, Buffalo students
organization, held a meeting yester-
day afternoon to elect its officers for
the following year. The newly elect-
ed officers are as follows: president,
Paul Krans, '37E; first vice-president,
William Lowell, '37E; second vice-
president, James Gould, '38SpecE;
third vice-president, William Orr,
'38SpecE; secretary, Norbert Ruszaj,
'37E; and initiatory manager, John
Atkinson, '39.'

Time Extended
On Senior Ball'
Sale Of'Tickets
The time limit for signing for the
overflow dance to be given the same
night as Senior Ball in the League
ballrom has been extended to Wed-
nesday afternon. Persons interested
in attending the dance may call the
Union or sign in person.
The overflow dance will be given
as part of the Senior Ball, June 19,
unless there is an insufficient num-
ber of persons interested in support-
ing it, Tor Nordenson, '36, chairman
of the committee, announced yes-
terday.
An out-of-town orchestra will be
engaged to play at the League Ball-
room where accommodations for the
extra dancers demanding tickets will
be made.
The tickets will range from one
dollars to $3.50 depending on the
number of persons who decide to buy
them. It is hoped that enough tickets
can be sold to make the overflow
dance of a high a caliber as the ball
itself.
As this is the last dance which the
senior class will sponsor, the commit-
tee urges that the opportunity will
be taken advantage of so that the
dance can be enlarged to include
everyone who wishes to go.
The sale of the extra tickets will
be open to all classes. Preference will
be given to seniors in case there is
another sell-out.
Ted Weems, who is now engaged at

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