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SUNDAY. MAY 19, 1940

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Lantern Night Ceremony

Will Honor Seniors


To Be Started
From Library
Services At Palmer Field
Will Feature Twenty-Six
Groups In Song Contest
Seniors will pass to underclassmen
the symbols of the honors and re-
sponsibilities of the outgoing class
tomorrow at Lantern Night Services
to be held at Palmer Field.
Five senior women will lead the
march from the Main Library, where
all participators will assemble at 7
p.m. Dorothy Shipman, outgoing.
president of the League; Harriet
Sharkey, outgoing president of the
WAA; Betty Slee, outgoing chairman
of Judiciary Council; Barbara Bas-
sett, Panhellenic Association presi-
dent for 1939-40; and Mary Frances
Reek, former president of Assembly,
will head the parade which will be
preceded by a police escort and the
Michigan, band.
The line of march will assemble
on the library steps with four abreast:
two rows of seniors flanked by one
row of underclassmen on either side.
This formation will be kept at Pal-
mer Field while the trach.ticnal "M"
is formed. The lines will then break
up and house groups will go to their
assigned places in preparation for the
Jane Grove, '41, president of the
WAA, will conduct the song contest
in which 26 groups will participate.
Judging the vocal tournament will be
11rof. Thelma B. Lew s, Prof. Arthur
facket, and Haid: A. Van Deursen,
al] of the School of Music. Last year
the song trophy was awarded to
Martha Cook.
A special feature of the program
this year will be the appearance of
Theta Xi fraternity, winners of the
annual interfraternity sing, who will
present "Theta Xi Medley", in which
the only male voices during the serv-
ice will be heard.
An activity cup, based upon the
amount of participation and the de-
gree of success in team sports of each
house, will also be awarded. This
trophy was won by Kappa Delta last
Seniors will be distinguisned by
their caps and gowns, juniors by yel-
low bows, sophomores by red bows,
and freshmen by green. In case of
rain the whole service will be held at
Waterman Gymnasium.

Rows Of i Ribbons Accent New Sailors

. . . . . . . . . ....

InaEi ities
Canoes rippling down the Huron,
Michigan men in shirts with rolled-
up sleeves, lilacs popping from their
shells in the Arboretum-all this
spells Spring. And Spring in Ann
Arbor means May, providing there
isn't any snow.
Comes May comes final exams and
1)ere we are. Yeserday afternoon at
the baseball game, while waiting for
the umpires to decide if the infield
fly would make the batter out, the
thought suddenly struck us that fin-
als are two weeks away. Realization
of that made us think we had made
the out.
Exams . . . what will we do in
that secluded auditorium for three
long hours on June 1? We can't
waste the time. College wasn't made
for that. But how to study for the
funny things? So we spent last night
in meditation and came to some con-
We shall map out an exam esched-
ule with each waking hour to be,
spent in concentrated study. Time
shall be taken out for that necessary
evil-eating--as long as we have paid
for these meals in advance. Then'
we shall break this schedule slowly,

Joan, Geiger WVins First Honors Theta SMn Phi
In. Crop A.id Suddle Com petitionA is
All women who are planning to
major in journalism are invited to
BY JANET HIATT Dreher, '42E, Ray Chambers. '41, attend a tea to be given by Theta
Twenty-four ribbons went to vie- 1 and Oscar Hackbarth, opposing Sigma Phi from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wed-
torious riders in- the Crop and Sad- Henry Barringer, '42, Ray Pedersen, nesday at the home of Prof. and
dIe Horse Show held yesterday at '43. and Herb Pedersen, rode at each Mrs. John L. Brumm at 1916 Cam-
the Fairgrounds. Both trophies of- other with fencing foils. To elim- bridge Road.
fered in the competition were won mate a rider, his opponent had ei- Theta Sigma Phi is the campus
S n e e w er her to knock the cockade off his chapter of Ne national honorary
by Joan Geiger, 42. who literally helmet or complete five thrusts to journalism society. Sophomore wo-
rode off with all the honors. the body. The first team attired in men are especially urged to attend,
In the class open only to members yellow cockaded helmets won the but women from other classes will
of the Crop and Saddle Club, hone bout over the blue team. Hackbarth also be made welcome, Eloise Mun-
ors went to Miss Geiger, first place: was the winner over the other five. ger, '41, newly elected president for
Maxine Baribeau. '40. second place: Another feature of the show was next year, said.
Kathryn Vaughn, '40. third place; an exhibition jumping class with This meeting has been planned as
and Mary Hayden, '42, fourth place. riders Miss Hayden, Nancy Fursten- an introduction to the society for
In the beginners class,aKay Ryan, berg of Ann Arbor, and Hackbarth all those who are interested in jour-
'42. Mary Heyl, '43Ed. and Pr~i:cill participating. nalism.



Ehlers, '43, won first, second aid
third places respectively.
In the class open to University
men, Bob Garrison, '42E, won firs"
place; Herb Pedersen, '41M, second
place; Chuck Baird, '43E, third place.
and Don Maxon, '40L, fourth place.
In the high school class first hono'n
went to Barbara Gates; second to
Billy Fink; and third to Grace Fink,
all of Ann Arbor. The Crop and
Saddle pairs class was won by Miss
Geiger and Miss Hayden; Eleanor
Hanavan, '41, and Yvonne Westrate,
'41, placed second; and Miss Bari-
beau and Miss Vaughn third.
The ribbon winners of all the
classes then competed for the Bes






Ac tresses

Work §Io integrate
'The Wnter's Tale'

Softball: Tuesday at 4:30; (1)
Kappa Delta vs. Delta Delta Delta,
(2) Mosher vs. Alphi Chi Omega,
(3) Van Benschoten vs. Alpha
Delta Pi. Wednesday at 4:30; B.
Tournament Finals, winner of (3)
vs. Delta Gamma. Thursday at
4:30; A tournament finals, win-
ner of (1) vs. winner of (2).
Lantern Night: All marching
will meet at the Main Library 7
p.m. Monday; in case of rain the
services will be held in Waterman
Gymnasium at the same time.


Yesterday was a typical day in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre's drama-
tic season-units of power and ideas
converging from the costume room,
building and'scenery rooms and re-
hearsal rooms upon their ultimate
integration in "The Winter's Tale."
In the costume room, Lemuel Ayers
looked critically at Diana Barrymore,
in the simple white gown of Perdita,
backing out of the closet where the
costumes hung as she apologized eas-
ily to Joseph Holland who was climb-
ing into the robes of Leontides, the
king. Ayers produces, from a pile of
flowers and chiffon, the resplendent
costumes you will see on the stage.
Below, in the building room, huge
painted scenes lay on their sides,
waiting to be transported up to the
stage, and set up to form the con-
ventionalized Stuart masque scenery
that will be used.
Rehearsing for the production that
will open Tuesday night were Whit-
ford Kane, as the buffoon, and Hor-
ace McNally, who will need some rath-
er drastic make-up to cover his par-
ticularly lead-hero type of looks.
In the theatre proper, the last
matinees of "Pygmalion", which has
run for the entire week, was pursu-
ing its smooth course.

Ll oydl Iouse Plans
Open House To(day
Residents of Lloyd House, West
Quadrangle, will be at home to their
instructors and professors from 4
p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the Lloyd
House Lounge.
Mrs. Eugene Giard, house director,
Dr. Homer Howes, resident adviser,
and James Rogers, '42, of Gaines-
ville, Fla., house president, will re-
ceive the guests. Homer Bigelow, '43,
is the social chairman in charge of
the arrangements.

bit by bit and with the greatest of Rider ribbon and trophy which was
pleasure. won by Miss Geiger. Second and
This will give us confidence. And third runners-up were Baird and
confidence is all we need. Confidence Garrison. Garrison also won the
that the other fellows won't know any musical stalls class.
more than we do. If they don't know Exhibition classes included in the
any more than we, then we'll know show introduced an entirely new
as much as they do, and we'll make feature-a saber contest on horse-
class average, back. Two teams consisting of John
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