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THE MICHIGANDAILY

Annual Lantern Night Sing

To Be May

11 At Palmer Field

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Seniors Listed 7
Assembly's annual Silver Survey for
senior women will be held Monday,
April 20, through Wednesday, April
22, in the League. Listed below is the
time schedule for each senior woman
to attend the survey and it is urged
that each be prompt andiattend at
the time designated.
MONDAY: 2:00 p.m., Bea Glass;
2:05, Judith Perkins; 2:10, Virginia
Capron; 2:15, Doris Cuthbert; 2:20,
Kay Negus; 2:25, Betty Pons; 2:30,
Peg Sanford; 2:35, Shirley Risberg;
2:40, Jean Hamilton; 2:45, Alice
Jack; 2:50, Dorothy Johnson; 2:55,
Margery Hemmeter; 3:00 p.m., Mer-
cedes Matthews; 3:05, Lorna Men-
zies; 3:10, Virginia Connell; 3:15,
Camilla Ayres; 3:15, Rita Gale; 3:20,
Mary Banting; 3:25, Barbara Pier-
son; 3:30, Harriet Horowitz; 3:55,
Elizabeth Luckham; 3:40, Linda

See

Silver

Survey,

April

20-21

vis; 3:55, Aliwida Kelly; 4:00 p.m.,
Claire Nicatuk; 4:05, Olga Fedko;
4:10, Ruth Asness; 4:15, Marjorie
Rayrmond; 4:15, Mary Piilo; 4:20,
Doris Jean Jones; 4:25, Caroline
Holt; 4:30, Virginia Phelps; 4:35,
Shirley Present; 4:40, Betty Altman;
4:45, Peggy Polumbaum; 4:45, Bar-
bara Coulter; 4:50, Charlotte Cono-
ver; 4:55, Virginia Zaratzain; 5 p.m.,
Phyllis Buck.
TUESDAY: 2 p.m., Helen Searson;
2:05, Kay Wood; 2:10, Mary Edith'
Riner; 2:15, Mary Moore; 2:15, Vir-
ginia Frey; 2:20, Doris Hendricks;
2:25, Mary-Jane Denison; 2:30, Sue
Bentley; 2:35, Truey McCauley; 2:40,
Jeanne Marie Norris; 2:45, Mary
Gammon; 2:45, Mary Jane Plumer;
2:50, Betty Ann Bacon; 2:55, Lor-
raine Judson; 3 p.m., Lois Shapiro;
3:05, Harriet Heames; 3:05, Lorraine1
Schwab; 3:10, Muriel Bluestein; 3:15,1
Hilda Snyder; 3:15, Harriet Baker;

3:20, Patricia Moore; 3:25, Anne Al-
lington; 3:30, Stella Zatocky; 3:35,
Rosa Beth Lebster; 3:40, Janet
Grace; 3:45, Mary Mitchel; 3:45,
Loretta Spadafore; 3:50, Elizabeth
Netzlof; 3:55, Edith Jenson; 4 p.m.,
Mary Ann Paton; 4:05, Marjorie Wil-
cox; 4:10, Laura McCament; 4:15,
Virginia Smirl; 4:15, Roberta How-
ard; 4:20, Sue Gordon; 4:30, Elsie
Jensen; 4:35, Marian Orth; 4:40,
Roberta Holland; 4:45, Ruth Ellen
Thomas; 4:45, Jane Fox; 4:50, Esther
Jewell; 4:55, Marie Bannan; 5 p.m.,
Opal Shimmons.
Names of women who are to at-
tend the survey Wednesday will be
announced in Tuesday's Daily.
Congress Cooperative House is
holding a dinner from noon to 3 p.m.
today. Prof. and Mrs. Walter F.
Colby have been invited to attend
as chaperons.

Reisman;
3:45, Beth

3:45, Mary Biggerstaff;
Cook; 3:50, Margery Da-

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SIMPLICITY
CLASSIC COT TONarS eh te UCICUS of
your wardrobe this Spring and Sum-
mcr. Crisp and fresh ,gay in appear-
ance, cool fabrics, and soap and watCr
is 0ood for them.

Senior Women
To Be Honored
At WAA Fest
Tradition To Determine Plans
For Affair, With Presentation
Of Participation Cup Feature
Keeping to tradition, even in these
disturbing times, the senior women,
Class of '42, will be escorted again
this year to Lantern Night Sing,
sponsored by the WAA, at 9:30 p.m.
Monday, May 11 at Palmer Field.
Dormitories, sororities, cooperatives,
league houses and the Ann Arbor
Independents have been sent invi-
tations to the Sing. Those organi-
zations must send their entries to
Lenore Bode, '44, by April 22, if
they wish to participate.
A representative from each house,
taking part in Lantern Night, is to
be present at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday,
April 28, at the WAB for a drawing
to decide in what order the var4ious
houses will sing. No house may
have more than 35 people taking
part in its song rendition, and each
group is limited to three minutes on
the program.
Don't Forget Ribbons
As is customary, the seniors will
don caps and gowns for the occasion
while the women of the other classes
will wear hair bows of different colors
to distinguish them. The juniors
will wear yellow, the sophomores are
to have red bows. and green is the
freshman color.
Plans for Lantern Night are con-
sistent with those of past years.
Everyone participating in the event
will meet at 7 p.m. in front of the
library. With the University of
Michigan Band leading, the entire
group will march down to Palmer
Field. Flanked on either side by
underclassmen, the seniors will carry
lanterns.
To Form 'M'
At the field a huge "M" will be
formed, and the seniors will then
pass their lanterns to the juniors as
a gesture to signify the passing on
of another class. Then each house
Will take the place designated for it
by signs.
Feature of the evening will be the
presentation of the cup to the house
judged as winner of Lantern Night
Sing. Besides the Sing cup, the WAA
Participation Cup will be given that
evening. This cup is awarded an-
nually to the house with 100 per
cent participation in all WAA activi-
ties and with the greatest number
of participation points.
The committee for the traditional
affair is as follows: Lenore Bode, '44,
Sing chairman; Esther Stevens, '44,
line of march; Doris Kimball, '43,
lanterns; Gertrude Inwood, '42, pa-
trons, and Phyllis Present, '44, pub-
licity.
CORRECTION
It was announced incorrectly
that Pi Beta Phi held a formal
yesterday. The affair was an in-
formal radio dance following a
picnic supper.

Softball: At 4:30 p.m. tomorrow
Palmer House vs. Alpha Chi Ome-
ga; at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Alpha
Xi Delta vs. Kappa Delta; Adelia
Cheever vs. Delta Delta Delta; 5:10
p.m., Martha Cook vs. Alpha Phi;
Kappa Alpha Theta vs. Helen
Newberry. At 5:10 p.m. Wednes-
day, Couzens Hall vs. Ann Arbor
Independents; Chi Omega vs.
Betsy Barbour; at 4:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, Gamma Phi Beta vs. Alpha
Epsilon Phi; Stockwell vs. Mosh-
er; at 5:10 p.m., Delta Gamma
vs. Zeta Tau Alpha; Pi Beta Phi
vs. Phi Sigm, Sigma.
Crop and Saddle: 5 p.m. Wed-
nesday in front of Barbour; Ten-
nis, 4:15 p.m., Thursday at the
Palmer Field tennis courts; Out-
ing Club, 2:30 p.m. today at Hill
Auditorium for a hike; Dance, at
7:30 p.m., .Thursday at Barbour;
Hobby Lobby, at 4:30 p.m., Thurs-
day at WAB; Archery, at 4:15 p.m.
Wednesday at WAB; and Pitch
and Putt, at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday
at WAB.

Senior Ball
Sa e Is Pos

Ticket
stponed

Ticket sale for Senior Ball which
was to start Wednesday has been
postponed until the following week,
April 29, Thomas Williams, '42, gen-
eral chairman of the dance, has an-
nounced.
"Because of necessity for approval
of the Ball's budget by the Commit-
tee on Student Affairs and also be-
cause we have received numerous
requests from seniors to hold off the
ticket sale until finances would al-
low them to take advantage of the
first day of sale which will be to
seniors only, the committee has de-
cided to wait for a week before open-
ing the sale."
Senior Ball will be held this year
on May 29, in the Sports Building.
The band for the affair has not as
yet been announced, the committee
relying on the campus choice which
will be made by means of a "Pick-
Your-Band" poll.

Mortarboard Elects
Mortarboard announces the elec-
tion of Jean Jeffrey, '43, president;
Janet Lewin, '43, vice-president;
Dorothy Schloss, '43, treasurer; Dor-
othy Cummings, '43, secretary, and
Barbara de Fries, '43, editor. The
election was held at a joint meeting
of the graduating members of the
collegiate chapter, and the new
members.

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SOMETHING LASTING
FOR MOTHER
Music is something which she
will cherish for many years to
come. A suggestion is the new
Dorothy Maynor album of Ne-
gro spirituals-eight songs with
the background of a male choir.
The price is $3.78 tax included.
At The Radio and Record Shop
are many new albums from
which to make your selection,
Your choice will depend on
whether she likes violin, piano
or symphonies. Whatever her
favorite is we have it.

Summer

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10,95
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fabric, .ButchCr cloth," a cool,
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COTTON D&YS
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The time has come to get out
of those hot winter clothes and
feel cool and refreshing in a
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are clever and the colors make
you realize that summer is al-
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wool, switch to cottons.
GABARDINE TOVI'ERS
IN COLORS
The campus utility coat is now
found at Collin's in ravishing
colors-rose, blue and natural.
Spring ;brings colors to nature
and coeds are becoming part of
the landscape with their coats
that are used in sunny or rainy
weather. They are priced at
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parade right away.
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