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Softball: 4:45 p.m. Tuesday; Pi
Beti Phi vs. Mosher, Kappa Kappa
Gamma vs. Collegiate Sorosis.
4:45 p.m. Wednesday; Chi Ome-
ga vs. winner of Pi Beta Phi-
Mosher game.
4:45 p.m. Thursday; Final game
-winner of Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma-Collegiate Sorosis vs. winner
of Wednesday's game.
In case of rain, all games will
be moved forward one day.
Tennis: 4:15 p.m. Tuesday,
Archery: 4:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Dance: 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
Barbour Dance Studio.

A guest dinner will be held at
the Congress Cooperative House
from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. to-
day. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cohen
will act as chaperons.
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Everyone desiring to participate
in the Annual Spring Horse 'Show
is asked to fill out an entry card
stating which of the nine classes
she will ride in. These blanks are
obtainable at booths which will be
set up from 3:30 pim. to 5:30 p.m.
every weekday until May 14 in
the lobby of the League.
Sigma Delta sorority announces
she initiation of Betty J. Diskin, '45,
Meadville, Pa., and Thelma J. Zes-
kind, '46, Washington, D.C.

All Are Invited
To Traditional
May Serenade
Twenty-six Groups Will Sing;
SLuppy of Lanterns Limited
Because of Current Shortages

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Dress-d in cap.s and gowns, senior
women-, will be the honored guests at
the annual WAA Lantern Night Sing
which will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
morrow at Palmer Field, the line of
march forming at 7 p.m. in front of
the library.
Everyone is invited to attend the
event in which 26 campus organiza-
tions will present group songs, ac-
cording to Nancy Hattersley, '44, gen-
eral chairman of Lantern Night Sing.
Special invitations have been sent to
the house mothers and social direc-
tors of all the dormitories, sororities,
and league houses. 4
Chi Omega will open the program
by singing "I Heard a Forest Pray-
ing" and will be followed by Jordan

Soph Project
Captains, Posts
Are Announced
Volunteers for Hospital Work
May Contact Special Captains,
Chairman for Information
New captains and their respective
osts on the Sophomore Project or
Hospital Volunteer Service were re-
cently made known by Carol Evans,
'46, chairman of the project.
Any volunteer who would like any
Questions answered regarding this
work should contact the captain in
charge of the particular day she
works. The captains should also be
notified 24 hours in advance con-
cerning absences.
The captain for Monday is Janet
Morgan, and her phone number is
2-4561; Tuesday is Mildred Andrews,
2-3711; Wednesday, Patricia Voor-
his, 2-4561; Thursday, Carol Gior-
dano, 2-4471; Friday, Carol Evans,
2-4561; Saturday, Mary Bartley,
2-4561, and Sunday, Thea LaBudde,
Students in charge of night serv-
ice include Mavis Kennedy, 2-4471;
Monday and Wednesday night, and
Carol Anderson, 2-4561, Tuesday and
Thursday night. Miss Anderson
should be contacted by any student
interested in signing up for night
service. Carol Evans should be con-
sulted on all other matters.
Extent of Hospital
Aid Is Reported
A total of 10,213 hours have been
volunteered by Michigan women for
hospital service from November,
1942, to the end of April, 1943, it was
reported yesterday by Natalie Mat-
tern, retiring chairman of the soph-
omore project.
The project was started last No-
vember and was originally limited to
sophomore coeds. Later on, however,
the service was open to upperclass-
men as well, and at present the work
has been assumed by the second se-
mester freshman women, who will
carry on next fall.
During its first two months of op-
nration, this student hospital service
volunteered a total of 2,483 hours.
The month of December saw 1,472
hours given, while in January, Michi-
gan women put in 1,119 hours at the
University Hospital.
In February the number of hours
dropped to 544, but increased in
March to 2,430. The figures recently
arrived at for the hours devoted to
this service in April came to 2,165.
At present approximately 300 women
are carrying on this service.
It is hoped by the outgoing cen-
tral committee that the same co-
-peration be given to the new group
aking over this work for the en-
suing year.
Appointments for those wishing to
donate blood to the May Blood Bank
on May 19 and 20 may be made in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League Tuesday and Wednesday from
1:00 to 5:00 p.m.

M-Dames Plan
Annual Dinner
The annual banquet of the Michi-
gan Dames, at which the new offi-
cers for thecomingyear will be in-
stalled, will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday
at the League.
The newly elected officers are Mrs.
W. L. Lenz, president; Mrs. R. S.
Daly, vice president; and Mrs. J. F.
Ebelke, corresponding secretary. The
recording secretary will be Mrs. R.
S. Waldrop and Mrs. J. W. Freeman
will be the treasurer. Mrs. H. G.
Voelker will be general chairman of
the program.
On the program for the evening
is Miss Beatrice Hawkes-Daly, mezzo-
soprano, and accompanist Grace
Johnson-Konold. Mary Jean Weber
will perform a solo ballet dance ac-
companied by Mrs. Georgia Bliss.
Participating in a modernistic bal-
let will be Rae Larsen, '44Ed, Jean
Mills, '44, Helen Wilcox, '44Ed, Pat
Meikle, '44, Margaret Hamilton, '44,
and Hilda Marsh, '44. They will be
accompanied by Miss Selma Smith,
'44SM. Miss Justine Cook will act.

Cotton Blossom-inspired by the delicate
evanescent bloom of the Old South's

Meeting Will Be Held
For Hospital Service
In order to carry on the hospital
volunteer service during the summer
term, a mass meeting will be held
at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the League
for all students interested in taking
part in this project.
Carol Evans, '46, chairman of the
project, stated that women now en-
gaged in this work who plan on re-
turning this summer will be eligible
for captaincies during this time.
Miss Walsh, supervisor of the Vol-
unteer Service at the University Hos-
pital will be present at the meeting
to explain the character of this work,
as well as to point out the importance
of its being continued the year
The Dionne quintuplets are mak-
ing their first trip to the United
States to aid in christening at Su-
perior, Wis., tomorrow, five cargo
vessels destined for Great Britain.
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with "Calm Be Thy Sleep." Helen
Newberry will sing "In My Solitude."
Couzens Hall To Sing
Other houses participating include
Couzens Hall, "A Perfect Day"; Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma. "Calm Be Thy
Sleep"; Adelia Cheever, "The Blue
Swan"; Mosher Hall, "Robin in the
Rain"; Alpha Delta Pi, "Alpha Delt
Girls"; Collegiate Sorosis, "Three Lit-
tle Darkies"; and Alpha Phi, "Eve-
ning Hymn."
Alpha Gamma Delta will sing
"Czechoslovakian Lullaby" and
Stockwell Hall "Gianina Mia." "Pass-
ing By" is the selection chosen by
Delta Gamma, and Gamma Phi Beta
plans to sing the "Crescent Sere-
nade." Delta Delta Delta will pre-
sent the "Tri Delta Medley."
Pickerill To Conclude Program
Following Delta Delta Delta will be
Betsy Barbour House with the "Cze-
choslovakian Dance Song," andj
Kappa Delta singing "To a Wild!
Rose." Kappa Alpha Theta will sing
"Clouds," and Alpha Xi Delta will
sins "All the Thms You Are."'
Continuing the program, Pi Beta
Phi will present the "British Chil-
dren's Prayer," and Martha Cook
will sing "Over the Rainbow." Alpha
Omicron Pi will sing "Danny Boy,"
and Alpha Chi Omega "Song of the
Lyl e." Concluding the program will
be Alumnae House with "Just A-
Weary ing for You," and Catherine
Pickerill with "Czechoslovakian
Dance Song."
Classe's Wear Bows
As is customary, the members of
the different classes will be distin-
guished by the hair bows that they
will wear. The juniors will wear yel-
low, the sophomores red, and the
freshmen green.
Because of the shortage of materi-
als used in making lanterns, WAA
was not able to purchase any lamps
for the Sing. Consequently, only
the five 1haders of the procession.
19-12-43 president of the League-
Charlotte Thompson, Panhellenic
Association--Virginia Morse, Assem-
bly-Betty Newman, Judiciary Coun-
cii---Lorraine Judson, and the Wom-
e-'s Athletic Association-Nancy Fil-
strup, will carry lanterns to preserve
the tradition.
Band Will Lead Procession
The University Band will lead the
procession to Palmer Field and will
play for the singing of "Hail to the
Colors" and "The Star Spangled
Banner." While the judges are de-
ciding on the winners of the Sing,
Phi Delta Theta, winners of Inter-
fraternity Sing, will present their
prize-winning song.
A feature of the evening will be
the presentation of the WAA partici-
pation cup to the house that has had
the greatest percentage of persons
taking part in the sports offered by
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