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Lantern Night 'Sing' To Be May

19 At Palmer Field

Entry Deadline!
For Women

Three Hits For A Miss

Military Bal

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Will Be May

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Organizations. To Be Limited
To Three Minute Song; Group
To Assemble On Library Steps-

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Senior women will don caps and
gowns to be honored by the tradi-
tional Lantern Night Sing, sponsored
by WAA on Monday, May 19, at
Palmer Field.
All sorority, dormitory and inde-
pendent groups have been invited to
participate Donelda Schaible, WAA{
president and general chairman of
the annual event, announced. Each
group may sing any one song, but isd
limited to a three minute period. All '
those groups intending to enter must W
notify Virginia Paterson, '42, chair-
man of the sing, by Friday.
To March To palmer Field
All campus women will assemble WAA SCHEDULE '
on the library steps at 7 p.m. and will
march to Palmer Field, the procession S
being led by the former WAA presi- Softball Schedvule: 4:30 p.m. Mon-
dent and former League, Assembly, day, Couzens I vs. Chi Omega; Stocka
Panhellenic and Judiciary presi-well I vs. Mosher; 5:30 p.m. Alpha
dents.dDelta Pi vs. Palmer Cooperative;
Senior women will wear their caps Ann Arbor Independents vs. Alum-1
and gowomen will war tercs nae-Cheever. At 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
adgowns, and will carry lanterns Alh Gamma Delta vs. Jordan I;
they receive in front of the library Alpha Phi Beta vs. Martha Cook
to Palmer Field where, after the and Th Deta vs. PiBta Phi.
block "M" is formed and the "Yel- 5:10 p.m. Delta Gamma vs. Alpha
low and Blue" is sung, they will pass5 Phi; Alpha Chi Omega vs. Zeta Tau
them to the junior women. ph; Alpha eta vs. CTu-
Juniors To Wear Yellow Alpha; Kappa Alpha Theta vs: Couz-
ens II. r
The class of '42, receiving the lan- At 5:10 p.m. Weinesday Kappa
terns in the traditional ceremony, Kappa Gamma vs. League House. At
will wear yellow hairbows, the soph- 4:10 p.m. Thursday Kappa Delta vs.
omore women will wear red and the Martha Cook II; Jordan III vs. Stock-c
freshmen women, green. well III; at 5:10 p.m. Alpha Omicron
The line of march committee :.s Pi vs. Phi Sigma Sigma; Sorosis vs.
headed by Virginia Frey, '42E, while Newberry.
in charge of Lanterns Is Janet Le- Tennis: Singles and mixed doubles
win, '43. Nancy Bercaw, '43, is head club meeting at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow.
of the Patrons committee, Virginia Golf: Pitch and Putt meeting for
Patersen, '42, is chairman of the sing instruction from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30
and Lois Shapiro, '42, is in charge of p.m. Wednesday at Palmer Field.
publicity. Crop and Saddle: Meeting 5 p.m.I
After the names of the groups to Wednesday at the W.A.B.
participate are in on Friday, a draw- Dance Club: Meets 7:30 p.m. Wed-F
ing will be held to determine in nesday at Barbour Gymnasium.
what order the groups shall sing. Archery: To meet 4:15 p.m. Thurs-
______--day at W.AB.

Will Feature
Draftee Trials
ROTC Insignia, Sabres, Flags,
Arch Of Emblems To Decorate
23rd Annual Dance On May 9
Trials and tribulations of the draft-
ee will be on display from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. May 9 at 'the 23rd annual
Military Ball.
The draftee, before and after, will
be depicted in a ballroom hung with
red, white and blue, according to
Thaddeus Kucharski, '42E, decora-
tions chairman. Guests will pass un-
der an arch of emblems and tri-col-
ored bunting. More bunting will dec-
orate the patrons' and guests' alcove
and the orchestra stand.
Behind the orchestra; stand a large,
gold-lacquered ROTC seal will hang.
On either side of this spot-lighted
seal and extending toward the ends
of the ballroom will be enlarged in-
signia of the five departments rep-
resented in the ROTC; Ordnance, In-
fantry, Engineers, and the Signal
and Medical Corps.
Between the emblems and at in-
tervals around the ballroom will be
hung crossed sabres, and the fire-
place at one end of the room will be
flanked with flags. Added military
touches are to be found in the ma-
chine gun emplacements at the edge
of the dance floor.
As is traditionally done, the Drill
Team and the Drum and Bugle Corps
will perform for Military Ball guests.
A special block of ten tickets will be
available for the Naval ROTC stu-
dents.

MichilodeonJ
Cast Rehearsals,
Are Announced
Casts for all eight divisions of the
Michilodeon program, to be given in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, which is
above Barbour Gymnasium, are asked
to report for rehearsals during the
week.
Those participating in the Sat-
urday show will report at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, and at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
The cast of the Friday show will re-
hearse at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, and
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. All rehears-
als will be at Barbour Gymnasium.
At the rehearsals must be the whole
cast and all properties; parts must
be known. Music need not be brought,
as a pianist will be present, accord-
ing to Virginia Morse, '43, and Bob
Shedd, '42, who are in charge of
the program.
The Friday groups include Phi
Gamma Delta, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Chi
Omega, and Alpha Tau Omega. In
the Saturday list are Theta Delta
Chi, Sigma Chi, Kappa Alpha Theta
and Alpha Gamma Delta.

the Hospital receives and apportions
all provisions.
"The University also boasts its own
butcher shop in the Hospital which
checks and cuts all meats used." She
added that the certain specifica-
tions in quality which the University
insists on in its purchase of meats

Strikers Start Work
GRAND HAVEN, Mich., April 26.
-(A')-Normal plant operations are
expected Monday at the Burnside
Manufacturing Company's plant at
Spring Lake, where a two-week strike
ended Saturday.

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Group To

Visit Hillel

Centralized Buying, Checking
Satisfies Dormitory Appetites
By RHODA LESHINE and vegetables is always re-checked
"Fresh fruit salad, chicken, steak in the store house.
and ice cream take the vote for sat- ! Menus Checked
isfying the inner man when it comes Every dormitory dietitian plans her
house menus for the following week
to the food favorites of the Michi- andsends it to Miss Hamm, along
gan student," asserted Miss Kath- with a future menu for the week
leen Hamm, chief dietitian of Resi- after, to be checked for adequacy and
dence Halls, who supervises kitchen variety in diet. "Each day the sup-
supplies for the majority of hous- plies needed for the next day are re-
ing units on campus. quisitioned for delivery, insuring
Food for 2,549 students is purchased freshness," Miss Hamm pointed out.
through one buyer. The entire resi- The favorite cuisine that Jordan
dence hall system, with few excep- Hall once voted on as a meal
tions, secure their food through the supreme, to wit: mashed potatoes,
University Purchasing Department fresh peas, fried chicken, fruit salad
under F. H. Dick. and apple pie a la mode, she observed,
Store House Is In Hospital could be called an all-campus pet
Miss Hamm explained that no com- dinners. Our aim is to have meals
modities are distributed directly from served that please the students,"
the dealer-a store house located in concluded this connoisseur of food.

Two hundred women of the auxil-
iary of B'nai Brith in Detroit will
visit the Hillel Foundation today to
inspect the Foundation.
Laura Katzenel, '4lEd, retiring
chairman of the Social committee
and Sylvia Forman, '42, her succes-
sor, will pour at the tea. The trip is
an annual outing of the women's
auxiliary and the group is one of the
patrons of the Foundation.

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CASUAL COMFORT

WITH BEAUTY
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Gun Contract Let c
LANSING, April 26.-a)-The War Pilots Visit Lansing
Department has authorized the Olds LANSING, April 26.-P)--Michi-
Motor works to fill a $12,971,000 con- gan pilots participating in the 1941
tract for the manufacture of ma- "dawn, patrol" maneuvers will con-,
chine guns for .the Army, S. E. Skin- verge Sunday morning at capital
ner, general manager of the com- city airport here for their first stop
pany, announced today. of the season.

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