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...T.I. MICHIGAN DAILY

Sparsity Of Hats On Campus Lantern Night
Makes Your Old Ones News Will Feature

uttons Decorate Summer Dress Coats I Riders Present

By JEANNE CRUMP.
Have you noticed that hats have
been disappearing from the campus
scene?
However, that doesn't mean that
they're not fashionable anymore, just
that they're seen less often on the
head of the average coed. So what
new position does that give your old
hat? It means that if the average
costume is not liable to include them,
they can thereby add a dash and
bring attention to more sombre out-
fits. So aring out the snap brim
that you haven't touched in weeks,
and -see if you don't feel like a new
woman even though you're wearing
last spring's Easter suit.
Even better, get a new hat to add
the brightening touch. For campus
wear, spring's shining stars are cocoa-
nut straws. They're dark honey-
colored hats, and usually with some

bright color, or combination of colors,
wound around the crown. If you
want to feel light-headed, but look
like you have a hat on, cocoanut straw
is the answer.
In the evening, or for a Sunday
afternoon walk, wide brimmed halo
hats are a happy thought. They are
probabWry the most complimentary
type for any woman to wear, and are
adaptable to any material or any
color. Be sure, though, that you can
get it on and off easily, for if you
should decide to go dancing they're a
bit cumbersome.
There's a time when everyone wants
something on their heads, and that's
in rainy weather. Gabardine hats are
the most attractive things this occa-
sion can bring on. Made in every
color, they're pretty in the sunshine
as in the rain.

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Medley Will Be Sung
Theta Xi Members;
Groups To Compete

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A special feature of the annual
song contest to be held at Lantern
Night Services Monday will, be the
appearance of the Theta Xi song-
birds, winners of the Interfraternity
Sing.
Members of the group will add
their rendition of "Theta Xi Med-
ley," to the program which other-
wise will include only women's voices.
The Medley is the melody upon
whose merits Theta Xi won the tra-
ditional cup which this year was
presented by Mady' Christians Thurs-
day in front of the main library.
Twenty-six house groups will com-
pete in the women's vocal tourna-
ment Monday at the Service which
will begin at 7:15 p.m. The judges
for the contest will be Prof. Thelma
B. Lewis, Prof. Arthur Hackett, and
Hardin A. Van Deursen, all of the
School of Music. The trophy was
awarded last year to Martha Cook.
The line of march which is to
precede the contest will start from
the main library and continue past
the League to Palmer Field. Seniors
will be distinguished at the head of
the line by mortar boards and gowns,
plus Japanese lanterns.
"With Japanese shipments becom-
.ng more and more difficult," said
Marjorie Allison, '41, in charge of
!anterns, "the lanterns are corre-
spondingly more difficult to replace."
About sixty to one hundred of these
uminous symbols are destroyed each
near because of careless handling;
-he fine paper work has never been
reproduced by American labor.
Jane Grove, '41, heads the com-
nittee for Lantern Night arrange-
nents. She is assisted by Margaret
Van Ess, '41, in charge of the line
)f march, Marjorie Allison, '41, lan-
terns, Donelda Schaible, '41, sing-
.ng, and Frances Aaronson, '42, pub-
icity.

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Trophies To Be Awarded
To Winning Horsemen
Free admission to the show as well
as free entrance into the two ope;
riding classes for University men and
women is being stressed by the Crop
and Saddle sponsors of the 16th An-
nual University HorsedShay to be
presented at 2 p.m. today at the
Fair Grounds. A bus leaving Bar-
bour Gymnasium at 1:30 p.m. wii
provide round trip transportation
for both riders and spectators.
This year as an added feature of
the show. an honorary membership
in Crop and Saddle will be awarded
the winner of the open women's
class. In addition trophies will go
to the winners of the Crop and Sad-
dle class and to the winner of the
Best Rider class. Three ribbons will
be awarded in each class judged on
the basis of good horsemanship.
Other riding classes in the show
will include a class open to Ann Ar-
bor high school students, a mounted
drill by members of the Crop and
Saddle group and two exhibition
classes. Mr. Rudolph of Flint has
been added to the list of judges.

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Houses Will Give Spring Parties
To Fill Weekend Social Calendar

In spite of the recent rainy weath-
er, spring formals lead the social
events for tonight. Alpha Delta Pi
will have a formal dinner dance which
is to be a Dixie Belle Ball. The house
and yard will be decorated with lat-
tices, flowers and Japanese lanterns.
The music is to be furnished by Clare
Salz and his Pepper Shakers. Chaper-
ons will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
Main of Birmingham and Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Stearns. Alpha Epsilon
Phi's formal dinner dance is to be
held at the Farm Cupboard. Buddy
Friend and his orchestra will play
for the dance. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rubiner and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Cooper of Detroit will chaperon.
Charles Zwick and his orchestra
will play for Collegiate Sorosis' spring
formal. Chaperons will be Prof. and
Mrs. Edgar Durfee and Mr. and Mrs.
Pearson Beebe. Dr. and Mrs. Marsh-
all L. Snyder, Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Kerr
and Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Rittershofer
will chaperon the Delta Sigma Delta
spring formal, while Woody Mack's
orchestra will furnish the music for
the party. Hermitage will dance to-
night to the music of Bill McKay at
the fraternity's spring formal. Bill
Gail's orchestra will provide the musi-
cal background for Kappa Alpha The-
ta's dance tonight. Maj. and Mrs.

and Mr. and Mrs. John Badger. Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma will hold their+
spring formal at the Washtenaw+
Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Van Duren Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ver-
nor Crane will chaperon the dance,
while Charles Zwick and his orches-
tra will liven the party with their
music. Kappa Nu will have an in-
formal radio dance at the house. Dr.
and Mrs. S. Goudsmit and Mr. and
Mrs. B. Kessel will chaperon.
Lambda Chi Alpha's spring formal
will be preceded by a dinner at the
League. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Hartman
and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Prasil are to
be chaperons. Phi Beta Pi will hold
their annual spring formal at the
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Barton Hills residence of Dr. A. W.
Coxon. In addition to Dr. and Mrs.
Coxon, Dean Albert C. Furstenberg
and several members of the medical
faculty will be present. Judson's or-
chestra will furnish the music.
Other Spring Formals
Herm Salmanson's band will play
for the Phi Sigma Kappa spring for-
mal. Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Gra-
vit and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 0. Creal
will chaperon. Phi Sigma Sigma will
hold their spring formal at the League
in the Grand Rapids Room. Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Ross and Mrs. Belle Knight
will chaperon. Tau Kappa Epsilon
will feature Fred Clarey's orchestra
at its spring formal tonight.

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