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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Plans For Sale

Of Box Lunches
Are Announced
Leaders Of Lantern Night
Will Practice Tuesday;
Freshmen Excused
A independent womenrand men
who wish box lunches for Lantern
Night, which will be held Thursday,
May 27, must order them by Tues-
day, Barbara Heath, '39, chairman of
lunches, announced yesterday.
These lunches may be ordered from
the Parrot, the League and Drake's
Sandwich shop, Miss Heath said, and
they can be called for Thursday before
the procession begins.
The members of all the sororities
and dormitories who have charge of
the box lunches for their houses will
meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
League, Miss Heath said and atten-
dance is compulsory.
A practice for the 48 leaders of
the line of march will take place at
4 p.m. Tuesday at Palmer Field, Mary
Johnson, '38, general chairman an-
nounced. In case of rain the women
are asked to report to the W.A.A.
Building. The freshmen who are
taking part in the pageant willbe
unable to march in the procession
and those leaders who were chosen
to lead their class are to have a part
in the pageant that will meet and
vote for other leaders tomorrow.
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra have
been selected to play at the dance
which will take place on the tennis
courts after the pageant, Miss John-
son said.
Swingout Today
Plans To Have
1,000 Seniors
(Continued from Page 1)
the pharmacists, the music school and
the foresters willmline up in that order.
The Medical School. graduates will
line up to the left of this group. On
the right side of the literary-seniors,
those in library science, business ad-
ministration and architecture will be
lined up in that order. To the right
of these will be the lawyers and the
School of Education.
William Bates, '37, is in charge of
the line of march. Beginning at the
front of the Library, the procession
will head southeast on the main diag-
onal and west on South University
Avenue, thence north on State anc
east on North University to Hill Audi-
torium.
A short ceremony is to be held at
Hill Auditorium after the march. The
80-piece Varsity Concert Band will
participate under the direction of
?rof. William D. Revelli of the Schoo'
of Music. They will play, "Varsity.
Through The Ages," as arranged by
Professor Revell; a military march:
and "The Yellow and Blue."
Following the band, the Men's Glee
Club, under the guidance of Ed Sin-
clair, '37, will sing: "Laudes Atque
Carmina," "Friar's Song" and "IT'
Ne'er Forget My College Days."
Next will come a short, symbolica
ceremony depicting the Swingout a
it originated on campus. The com-
mittee has arranged to have presi-
dents of the four classes of both lit-
erary and engineering colleges pres-
ent. They will seat themselves inrows
as cid the classes of old in the Uni-
verity chapel. The senior class offi-
cers will then symbolically "swing"
over into the position occupied prev-
ously by the freshmen, and the other
classes will move up a notch.
Al Dewey and Gustav Collatz, pres-
idents of the four classes of both lit-
erary and engineering colleges, res-
spectively, will speak briefly.
The center sections of Hill Audi-
torium are for the seniors. The sides

are for underclassmen and towns-
people, who, according to the commit-
tee, are cordially invited to attend.
DUKE IS BESIEGED
MONTS, France, May 22.-(A)-The
Duke of Windsor, former British king
now in a French castle, found him-
self entirely surrounded by Americans
tonight.

For Summer Days
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With the warm days of summer
swiftly approaching, the fashion
wise woman chooses a cool, silk
print with a multi-pleated skirt of
special note. A natural straw hat
with a wide briar is attractive and
also protects her from the sun's
brilliant rays.
Pictorial Patterits
Of Cotton Negliges
Will Revive Spirits
Cotton negligees have made their
ippearance in a colorful array of
aright and gay pictorial patterns.
These robes with their. delicate crisp-
iess provide just the thing to slip
nto after a shower on warm spring
and summer days. Their sheer airy
uality is bound to revive jaded
;pirits.
There is one style that is very fem-
nine, and slips over the head. It is
nade of dainty rose-bud organdy with
i flounced skirt in pink, white, yel-
.ow or blue. The collar is ruffled in
z delicate fashion. Another slip-it-
ver-the head style is high waisted,
n ruffled dimity. It is featured in
white with red, green or blue flowers
overing it in a space print design. A
>ouquet of field flowers is nestled in1
he ruffled collar at the front.
The gypsy mood is found in the dar-
ng stripe materials in royal, wine and
'ellow. Matelasse is used to make a
ailored house coat that buttons down
the front. The neckline is high with
r small round collar, and the skirt is
xtremely full and swirly.
All these robes are very practical.
A tub of soapsuds will bring back any
Post beauty. Many of the local shops
re showing a variety of the cotton
iegligees, all of which are very rea-
onably priced.
'appa Phi To Install
New Officers Today
Members of Kappa Phi w111 meet at
Stalker Hall at 7 a.m. today for in-
3tallation of officers. At 8 a.m. Mrs.
Arnold H. Goss will entertain the
sorority at breakfast in her rock gar-
den. The breakfast is in honor of the
seniors and the new initiates. Muriel
Bremer, '38Ed., general chairman, is
Mary Alice Smith, '39, Hilda Van
being assisted by Marian Ranger, '38,
Tuyl, '40, and Verna Franklin, '40.

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We Deliver Phone 3494
Read Daily Classified Ads

Soprano Will Give Committees For Lantern Night Iota Sigma Pi Tea Dance Clul
Graduation Recital Given For Initiates""
Display Skiled Military Tactics __ T he oen
Marguerite Creighton, '37SM of St. D isplaysent an infori
Johnsbury, Vt., will give her gradua- OAtea in honor of the new mem- 4:15 p.m. Tue
tion recital at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow in Army of0College Woimen marching women of the freshman, bers of Iota Sigma Pi was given Angell Hall,
the School of Music Auditorium. To Be Scientifically Fed, sophomore, junior and senior classes. from 4 to 6 p.m. yesterday by Mrs. J The program v
Miss Creighton is a mezzo-soprano Propaganda is another adjunct of C. C. Meloche, Mrs. A. L. Ferguson. Fugues and th
who has been a student of Prof. Ar- Marched AndIi Equipped armies, and the publicity committee
____ dMrs. R. K. McAlpine, oiia h ac
thur Hackett for three years, and headed by Mary Alice Mackenzie, '39,n orgina1 The dance d
during that time has appeared in By JENNY PETERSEN is occupying itself with placing twol patronesses of the Michigan Chapter,i the direction o
many recitals. Incipient captains and generals on insidious placards in every sorority, at the home of Mrs. Meloche. dance instruct
Miss Creighton has prepared the campus have nothing on the women League house and busness establish- I The following students in chemis- joy, '38, dance
following program: i who are making arrangements for meout. I try and allied fields have been invited be the last dan
"Invocazione di Orfeo," by Pen; Lantern Night, for their work is in- Without equipment no army could't
"Del mio core" from "Orfeo," by volving almost as much military sci- long function, but the Field and Prop- to joi the sorority; Marjory E. Bish- son, and the
Haydn; Paisello's "Chi ruol la Zin- ence as members of the R.O.T.C. erties committee under Marcia Con- op, '38, Sylvia R. Bubis, '39M, Adele vited to attend
garella"; Handel's "Sommi Dei"; study. nell, '39, will equip the Lantern Night Cohen, Grad., Marjorie A. Darken,
Habanera," from "Carmen," by Bi- Most important to any army is its marchers with 400 lanterns and lan- Grad., Aretes A. Evans, Grad., Mar- TYPE
zet; "La Cloche," by Saint-Saens; commissary department and the com- tern sticks. Right now the committee jory F. Fromer, '38, Alice E. Huse, E I E
"Les Petites Canards," by Charrier; missary department for Lantern, is rather in a quandry because all theGUV' Md
Chausson's "La Caravane"; "Vergev- Night, under Barbara Heath, '39, is lantern sticks have not yet been 10- Grad., Jeane McWorkman, '37, Mar- rompptly and
fiche Standchen," "O Wust Ich Doch working busily. Arrangements have cated, but it is certain that they will garet L. Myers, '38, Marion E. Pellet, .ced operato
Den Weg Zuruck," "Sappische Ode" to be made for box lunches to feed be found in time for the festivities Grad., Mary R. Reeder, Grad. and 0. D.
and "Der Schmied" by Brahms; and members of sororities, dormitories and next Thursday. Esther R. Wilks, '39M. 314 Sou
Bennett's "Mein Vaterland," "Seal League houses who will come to Pal-
Fever, h"ord'from the Shih King" mer Fieldhbesides the 35 band mem- U TZ E L S
Fever""ogo he Shih'sPKingr " bers and the patrons and patronesses
aP who will be there. In addition to see-
ing that food is provided, Miss Heath's [Liberty at Ma
W edd mn Plans committee is busy planning strategic
") ilocations for the various sororities to

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mal demonstration at
sday in Sara Caswell
Barbour Gymnasium.
will include Imropisias,
e Zodiac.
emonstration is undor
of Miss Ruth Bloomer,

or, and Beatrice Love-
manager. This will
Lce activity of the sea-
public is cordially in-
d.
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neatly done by expv.
rs at moderate jn .
MORRi LL
uth Stace bsrebo

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Of Miss Steen
Are Announced

distribute their box lunches to their
members.

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Through the Summer with ('artwright's

Important, too, for any army are
its lines of march, and the Lantern

SJINight group is mapping out some
complicated ones. The committee
Betrothal Of Betty Stahelin under Maryanna Chockley, '37, is now
diagramming maneuvers that will
Told; Thelma.Richniond terminate in a large block M, for the
Is Engaged -
Last Rehearsal
Mrs. R. D. Steen, of Belle Vernon,
Pa., announces the approaching mar-
riage of her daughter, Martha Steen, Schedule Given
'36, to Philip Ordway, '36, of Battle
Creek. The wedding is to take place, F r '4 r
Jue17. For i4'0rroject
Miss Steen, affiliated with Pi Beta
Phi, was social chairman of the The last rehearsal schedule for
League and a member of the League "Rip Van Winkle," Freshman Project,
Ccuncil. Mr. Ordway was a member' was announced today by Sarah
of Psi Uspilon. The couple plan to Pierce, Grad., director of the pageant.
live in Boston while Mr. Ordway is' The project will be presented at 6:45
attending the School of Business Ad- p.m. Thursday on Palmer Field fol-
ministration at Harvard University., lowing the Lantern Night parade.
At a luncheon given Friday at the For the first time, at 8 p.m. tomor-
Colony Club in Detroit, Betty Elaine row in the League Ballroom, the en-
Stahelin made known her engage-!tire cast for the project, consisting of
ment to Irving Harold Cedargreen, of more than 80 freshman women, will
Detroit. The wedding will take place rehearse together. During the last
sometime during the summer. three weeks, the cast has been prac-
Mr. Cedargreen attended the ticing in separate groups of singers,
University where h'e was a member dancers, tumblers and character parts
of Delta Chi fraternity. iunder the direction of Miss Pierce,
Barbara Telling, music chairman, and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stanley Rich- Katherine Sprick, chairman of enter-
mond, of New York City, announce tainment.
the engagement of their daughter, At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday the cast of
Thelma Richmond, to Lieut. Carl La- the project will meet in the Women's
verne Richenbaugh, of Hudson, Mich. Athletic Building. The dress rehear-
Liut. Richenbaugh was a mem- sal for the riprect will be held at 3

designed by MARTHA GALE-
and sold in Ann Arbor at Hutzel's
THESE UNUSUAL DRESSES come
in a wide range of styles in linens-
crepes or sheers -- formals, too.
Priced from fifteen dollars .
Sizes nine to seventeen.

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ing the University. He is a graduate
of West Point.

Where To Go

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Theatres: Majestic, "Top of the
Town" with large star cast; Michi-
gan, "Fifty Roads to Town" with Don
Ameche and Ann Southern; Whitney,
"Black Legion" with Humphrey Bo-
gart, and "Stolen Holiday" with Kay
Francis; Lydia Mendelssohn, "Mer-
chant of Venice" with Estelle Win-
wood.
Campus Activity: "Swing Out" will
start at 4:30 p.m. today in front ofl
the Library steps.l

p.m. Wednesday on Palmer Field. In
case of rain the final rehearsal will
be held in the Women's Athletic
Building. Every freshman woman in
"he cast will be excused from her
Wednesday afternoon gym class in
case it conflicts with the dress re-
hearsal.
ALUMNAE HOUSE OFFICERS
The new officers recently elected
at Alumnae House are Elizabeth
French, '39, president, .Grace Wilson,
'39SM, vice-president, Rowena Shef-
fer, '38, secretary, and Marian Getoor
'39SM, treasurer.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will
give an informal faculty tea from 4
to 6 p.m. today.

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