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Moping On The Mall
By Meandering Minnie
The -class of '41 flings its "Hayseed Hop" on Friday. So as to have
nlo misunderstanding to make things more complex, the committee empha-
sizes the fact that sweaters and skirts or cotton dresses are the thing to
wear, so anybody having a tailspin about trying to get a farmer's costume
to appear in might just as well forget it. Betty Ann Chaufty, Helen
Nutting, Helen Rajde and Jean Gall have been working on the musid
committee, and Ann Vedder, Constance Berry, Barbara Shull, Elizabeth
Tuckham and Doris Nashold have been helping Margaret Whittemore with
the rural costume effects. Sounds like a big time. Social-minded smoothies
that have wives at the drop of the hat had better watch out at the
strawberry social or they'll glide around looking as much like a speckled
trout as possible for the rest of the party.
Have you heard about "Snow White" Helen Douglas and her pal Barb
"Sleepy" Lovell? Smooth kids. Anyway, it seems that Miss Lovell came
out in the '38 'Ensian in the Senior Society picture, which in itself is very
charming. However, .it can be seen with half an eye that Barb is fast
asleep-and in the front row at that. How sordid.
Wyvern Taps In Yellow BOWS.***
The Wyvern dollies, complete with.lockstep, yellow hair ribbons and ribald
songs tapped Monday night. Ten girls were tapped, and,. (significant fact).
all but two of the pledges were dressed
in some shade of pink. Dotty Ship-
man and Jean Rutherford were rugged
individualists in white and blue, and
little Harriet Sharkey, bearing face
and all, wore a tile colored sweater.
Betty Slee and Pattie Haislip were
snaked out at 'dinner and had some
' trouble stowing away the Wyvern din-
ner in the League later.. But not so
Alberta Wood and Jane Nussbaum!
At the Crop and Saddle ride Thurs-
day Betty Hood, Dottie White, LoiE
Gillen, Virginia Barrows and Martha Berry were riding around at full
speed practicing up for Saturday's horse show.
W.A.A. Board had a meeting Tuesday. Norma Curtis, Alberta Royal,
Helen Wolf, Dottie Maul, Julia Ann Upson, Bettie-Lou Witters, Martha
Tillman and Ginny Allan were all there, but Jane Dunbar and Beth O'Roke
came thrashing in late. Beth was busy haranguing the Lantern Night
Sing Committee at the meeting yesterday. Miriam Szold. Evelyn Brown,
Virginia Benchley, Lillian Zimmerman, Nancy Stonington and Mary Mc-
Clure took it on the chin with great fortitude.
The Flying Finn Goes Home.. .


Lantern Night
Sing Program
I sAnnounced
jTidle Of Song And Order
Of Appearance Of Each
Women's Group Stated
The order in which each group will
appear for the Lantern Night Sing
was announced yesterday by Beth
O'Roke, '40, chairman of the program.
Delta Gamma, singing two songs,
"Girls, Sweet and Fair," and "Dream
Girl" will start the program. They
will be followed by Chi Omega who
will sing, "Here's To The Best Fra-
ternity." The women of Helen New-
berry will be next on the program.
Alpha Chi Omega will be the fourth
group on the program. They will be
followed by Delta Delta Delta sing-
ing "Under The Moon." Representa-
tives of Zone II have chosen "'Tis of
Michigan We Sing." Gamma Phi
Beta will sing "Gamma Phi Sweet-
heart," and Alpha Epsilon Phi has
chosen "Heart of An A.E. Phi," and
"Gather 'Round The Fire."
Couzens Hall To Sing Spiritual
Representatives f r o m Couzen's
'.Hall will sing "Deep River." They
will be followed by Alpha Omicron
Pi singing "Jacqueminot Rose." Elev-
enth on the program will be Kappa
Kappa Gamma singing "Kappa Sym-
phony.". A group of women from
Jordan Hall have written an original
Jordan song which they will present.
Alpha Gamma Delta have selected
two songs, "Candle Lighting Time,"
and "Alpha Gamma Sweetheart."
Kappa Alpha Theta will sing "Spirit
of Theta," and a group of the Ann
Arbor Independents will sing "Ven-
geance." Representatives from Betsy
Barbour will be next on the program,
followed by Kappa Delta singing
"Sweetheart of Kappa Delta."
Mosher Hall To Sing Twice
Alpha Phi have chosen "Let's'
Pledge Ourselves to Alpha Phi," and
representatives of Mosher Hall will
sing "When As A Freshman You
Came to College," and "The Friar's
Song." "I Love The Pin" will be sung
by Alpha Delta Pi. Zeta Tau Alpha
will sing the "Zeta Melody. " A group
from Martha Cook residence will
sing "Lauds Atque Carmini," and
they will be followed by Collegiate
Sorosis singing, "The Evening Is Fall-
ing." Pi Beta Phi will sing the last
song of the program, "Arrow of Pi
Women's Tennis
Match To Be Here
A tennis match will be played at
3:30 p.m. Friday on Palmer Field be-
tween the women's tennis team of the
Michigan State Normal at Ypsilanti
and the University of Michigan wom-
en's tennis team, Dorothy Maul, '39,
manager, announced.
The University women who will
take part in thematch will be Cecily
Forrest, '40A, Hope Hartwig, '38,
Merida Hobart, '38, Beth Mihlethal-
er, '40, Elizabeth Shaw, '41, Margaret
Waterston, '38, Mary Wheat, '39 and,
Miss Mau.
W.A.A. Receives Gift
From Mortar Board
Mortar Board, senior honorary so-
ciety fo, women, recently presented
$50 to the swimming pool fund of
the Women's Atheltic Association.
This gift was the final project of
the Mortar Board members of the
class of 1938, according to Betty Gat-
ward, '38, former president of the so-

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Gay Prints Brighten Spring
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Dance Survey Reveals Socialities

Coolness and practicality in printed silk for late spring and early
summer are displayed by these models. Both are styled in tailored
simplicity with shirtwaist lines. The dress on the left in a check print
is made into a silk suit by the addition of a swagger jacket. The one
on the right in a flowered pattern has a fitted jacket to complete the

NOTE: One of the Daily's favorite characters,
left yesterday for Finland, where he will
take his final exams and wind up his col-
lege career. He'll be missed, cue-ball hair-
cut, soapbox orations and all.

Colonel Tuure Tenander

The Interfraternity Sing on the Library
steps last night brought out people by the °
hordes. Jeanne Foster, Margaret Bremer,
Mary Alice Smith, Irv Silverman, Beth
O'Roke, Peg Ayres, Jim Boozer, Dodie Nich-
ols, D. G. Caughey and Al Lang were stalking around listening to the barber--
shop harmony running rampant. Tri-Delt and A 0 Pi received flowers in.
the middle of heckling that wasn't equalled by any pep meeting. Carol
Collins seemed to enjoy this sprightly display of campus spirit and Marian
Smith was no doubt yelling for the Alpha Delts. The Betas won, the Chi
Psis had a little trouble with their dog and the audience rendered "Hi Ho."
Yeswe are collegiate !



L ullelieon Held
For Graduates
Prof. R. B. Hall Lectures
On Conflict In Far East
Approximately 20 graduate stu-
dents heard Prof. Robert B. Hall
speak on "Regions of Conflict in the
Far East" at a luncheon held yester-
day noon in the Russian Tea Room
of the League. Professor Hall is a
member of the geography depart-
The focus of conflict of the entire
area, according to Professor Hall, is
the Chinese nation, and -he suggests
two possible solutions. The first and
preferable, he believes, is a "revita-
lized China;" capable of protecting
her own borders and stable in her
foreign policy. The second is the
management of China by a strong
foreign power, a ,course which, Pro-
fessor Hall says, has always in the
past meant exacting a greater price
from China than the victory has been
worth to her. Discussion, questions
and answers followed Professor Hall's
informal talk.
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Chi Psi Annual Banquet
For Alumni Is Friday
Chi Psi fraternity will hold its
Founder's Day dinner Friday in hon-
or of the 97th anniversary of the
fraternity. Alumni and actives will
both attend, according to George Mc-
Cain, '39, who is in charge of the
dinner. The banquet is an annual
affair in the fraternity.


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