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Lantern Night Date I May


Parade To Start frorn Library

Traditional spring function of
WAA, Lantern Night, will be held at
7:30 p.m. Monday, May 22, at Palmer
Field, with the line of march form-
ing at 7 p.m. in front of the library.
In this annual function, given in
honor of the graduating seniors, ev-
ery dormitory, sorority and league
house may enter a song, sung by the
residents of the house, in the campus
Winner To Get Cup
A cup is given to the house which
has, in the opinion of the judges,
given the best rendition of their song.
Last year the cup was won by Mosher
Hall with Kappa Kappa Gamma in
second place.
Judges for the Lantern Night con-
test will be: Prof. Thelma B. Lewis,
Prof. Arthur Hackett, Prof. Hardin
Van Deursen and Visiting Professor
Carl Linegrin of the School of Music
and Dr. Margaret A. Bell of Physical
Education for Women. The list of
patrons will be announced at a later
date. Special invitations, have been
sent out to the house mothers and
social directors of the dormitories,
sororities and league houses.
Contest Rules
Rules for the song contest are: no
house may enter more than 30 girls
in its number and entries must not
be more than three minutes long on
the program. The judges have asked
that songs be short but with harm-
ony, blending and melodic quality.
League Houses planning to par-
ticipate in Lantern Night will enter

their songs according to their Zones
--all the league houses in Zone I will
give a song, those in Zone II will
enter a song jointly and soforth.
A meeting will be held at a later
date to draw for places on the pro-
gram and to place the houses on in
their positions in the field. If the
weather is bad, Lantern Night will be
held in Rackham Auditbrium.
Coeds Get New Style
Tennis Workouts
Michigan women are at it again-
they've taken over another man's
job and are preparing the tennis
courts on Palmer Field for spring
and summer play.
"The girls are really doing a mar-
velous job of getting those courts
cleaned up and raked in short order,"
Mr. Twombley, University Grounds
Foreman, said of the 45 volunteers
from physical education classes who
turned out the other day to help.
"They will have to do most of the
work this year because of the short-
age of manpower, and the only help
they'll have will be a man to use
the roller.
The coeds are doing a job which
used to take six men several eight-
hour days to finish and they must also
form the care-taking staff for the
courts this summer, when there will
be only one man to assist.

Cleanup Week
To Start Today
'47 Corps To Sponsor Campus
Drive in Cooperation with City
The '47 Corps goes into action this
week sponsoring, in cooperation with
the city clean-up drive, Campus
Clean-up Week, which will begin to-
morrow and continue through Satur-
day noon, according to Estelle Klein,
'47, chairman of the Freshman Proj-
"Disorderly grounds and lawns will
be a thing, of the past after the
freshman women, equipped with rakes
and baskets, have cleared the cam-
pus of loose papers and of last Fall's
leaves," reports the publicity com-
mittee of the project.
The campus has been divided into
nine sections. Each freshman dorm-
itory and large league house has been
assigned a definite section of the
campus for which it is responsible to
clean up. The smaller league houses
have been grouped together and as-
signed certain sections. Every fresh-
man coed is asked to sign up for a
specific time for work on her house's
campus section.
There will be an official inspection
committee, consisting of Dean Erich
A. Walters, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Monna Heath, '44,
and the Freshman Project Central
Committee. The Freshman Project
will soon be resuming its campus
broadcasts, and advises students to
be on the watch for a surprise on

AsserbV Buwd
Petitioning for Assembly Board will
continue through Wednesday and in-
terviewing will take place from 3
to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday
and from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at
the League.
The five positions available are
those of president; two vice-presi-
dents, one in charge of dormitories
and the other one in charge of league
houses; publicity chairman and a
The reorganization of the board
has accompanied the demands for in-
creased participation in war activi-
ties. The plan will make separate
entities of both the dormitory group
and the league house group and still
allow them to be part of the larger
Assembly Association.
WAA Notices
Hockey: Organization meeting at
4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the WAB. Come
dressed for play.
University Women's Riding Club:
6:15 p.m. Tuesday in front of Bar-
bour Gym.
Basketball: 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at Barbour Gym.
Modern Dance: 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday in the Barbour Dance
Swimming: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Barbour Pool.
Crop and Saddle: 6:15 p.m. Wed-
nesday in front of Barbour Gym.
Badminton: 4 p.m. Wednesday and
7:30 p.m. Thursday at Barbour Gym.
Lacrosse: 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at
Palmer Field.
Rifle: 3:30 p.m. tomorrow and
Ping Pong: Second round must be
played off by Wednesday or matches
will be forfeited.
Ballet: 4 p.m. Friday in Barbour
Gym Dance Studio.
Tennis: 2 p.m. Saturday at Palmer
Field Tennis Courts.
Golf: 3:15 p.m. Wednesday at the

Is Assembly
Ball Chairman
Committee Will Work with
Panhellenic Members To Plan
Combined Dance Set for May
Florine Wilkins, '45, of Martha
Cook has been named general chair-
man of the Assembly committee for
the combined Panhellenic-Assembly
Ball which will be held later in May,
according to Doris Barr. '44, presi-
dent of Assembly.
Other central committee positions
will be filled by the following persons
who will work in conjunction with the
Panhellenic central committee which
was organized previously: Peg Weiss,
'44, Martha Cook, music; Alice Anne
Ritchie, '45BA, Martha Cook, finance.
Marion Hrebek, '44, Martha Cook,
and Elaine Bailey, '46, Stockwell, will
head the ticket committee; Mary
Elizabeth Chapman, '46, Geddes
House, programs; Frances Popkins,
'45, Mosher, publicity; Barbara
Moore, '44Ed., Stockwell, decorations;
and Lee Chaice, '46, Martha Cook,
Also named to the various commit-
tees are Sybil Baum, '46, Newberry;
Peggy Fisher, '46, 836 E. University;
and Donna Jean Tuttle, '44, 814E.
University; who will work on the
ticket committee.
Norma Crawford, '45, Stockwell;
Marcia Dubinsky, '46, 915 Oakland;
and Elaine Horan, '47, Jordan, will
assist with publicity, while Merilyn
Lightstone, '47, Jordan; Helen Al-
pert, '47, Jordan; and Betty Korash,
'45, Barbour, will work on the decora-
tions committee. Barbara Osborne,
'46, Martha Cook, was also named
to the program committee.
Registration for next month's
Blood Bank will be held from 1 to
5 p.m. Tuesday in the League, Jo
Fitzpatrick, chairman of the League
Blood Donor's Service, announced
The month's quota for the Blood
Bank, which will be open May 11
and 12, has been reduced to 50.


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