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Thirty Houses Will
Participate in Sing

Senior Women To 'Be Honored
At Annual Lantern Night
Thirty houses will participate in
the Lantern Night Sing contest, an-
nual WAA function honoring the sen-
ior women, which will be held at 7:30
p.m. Monday, May 22, on Palmer
Field.
The groups entered in the Sing will
form a line of march in front of the
Library at 6:45 p.m. with every resi-
dent of each house invited to join the
parade. Seniors will wear their caps
and gowns, while underclassmen will
have hair bows to denote their class
-yellow for juniors, red for sopho-
mores and green for freshmen. The
line of march will be formed four
deep, with the seniors flanked by the
undergraduates.
AOP: To Open Program
At the drawing for places on the
program, Alpha Omicron Pi received
the ticket for first place, followed
by Zone V, Betsy Barbour, Pi Beta
Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta and the third
place winner of last year, Couzens
Hall.
Continuing the list: Chi Ohega,
Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta and
Kappa Kappa Gamma, last year's
second place winner, will sing. Al-
pha Epsilon Phi, Jordan Hall, Alpha
Delta- Pi, Alpha Phi and Wiaslitenaw
and Zimmerman Houses will follow.
List Continues
The Michigan League, cooperative
houses, Alpha Chi Omega, Geddes
House, Delta Delta Delta, Zeta Tau
Alpha, Helen Newberry, Martha Cook!
and Mosher Hall will tlyen present
their songs. Mosher won top honors

in last year's Sing.
Kappa Delta, Alpha Xi Delta, Col-
legiate, Sorosis, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Stockwell Hall and Adelia Cheever
conclude the list.
Awards To Be Given
After marching across the campus,'
led by four seniors carrying lanterns
and flags, the parade will halt at
Palmer Field and form a huge "M."
The group will sing the "Yellow and
Blue" and the "Star Spangled Ban-
ner," directed by Patty Spore, '44.
After taking the places assigned to
them, the dormitories, sororities and
league houses will participate in the
contest. The highlight of the eve-
ning will be the presentation of the
cup to the winner of the Lantern
Night and, in addition to this'award,
the WAA participation cup will be
given to the house which has earned
the greatest number of individual
participation points.
' The Couzens Hall Committee,, un-
der Miss Mary Reynolds, social di-
rector, will receive the patrons. As-
sisting Miss Reynolds will be Betty
Purdy, Ruth Day, Pearl Puskas and
Ruth Struble.
USO To Preview
'Rumor Has It' Songs
As part of the special Mother's Day
program to be held at the USO today,
Company D will give a preview of its
musical comedy, "Rumor Has I%"
which will be presented June 1 and 2
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
during the choral program at 21 p.m.
in USO headquarters.

Panhel Council
Petitions Are
Due Tomnorrow
Petitions for the three committees
working with members of the Pan-
hellenic Council must be in by 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the undergraduate' of-
fice of the League, according to Peg
Laubengayer, '45, president of Pan-
hellenic.
Sophomore women who will be jun-
iors in the fall are invited to file their
petitions for the war activities, the
rushing and the publicity committee
positions to work with Marcia Sharpe,
'45A, vice-president, Joyce Livermore,
'45, rushing secretary, and Marjorie
Rosmarin,.'45, publicity director, res-
pectively.
Women may sign up for interviews
when they turn in their petitions. In-
terviewing wil be held from 3 to 5
p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.
Swimming Course
To Start Tomorrow
Coeds who hold Red Cross senior
lifesaving certificates are eligible to
enter a refresher course in swimming
which will be held from 7 p.m. to 10
p.m. tomorrow, Wednesday and Fri-
day in the Intramural Building pool.
Mr. Wilbur K. Swaney, of the
American Red Cross, will instruct the
pourse, which is a preparatory to-
ward an aquatic instructor's rating.
Towels may be rented at the pool,
but swimmers must bring their own
suits for the classes.
The minimum age for this non-
credit course is 19, but those women
wha^,are 18 and have a waterfrontl
job for thie summer may take the
course with special -permission.
WAA Notices
Softball: 5:10 p.m. Monday : Somo-
sis vs. Zone 7, Jordan 4, vs. Zone. 'l,
Cheever vs. Pi Phi and Tri Deft vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
4:30 p.m. Tuesday: Alpha Phi vs.
Zone 5 and Alpha Xi Delta vs Stock-
well.
5:10 p.m. Tuesday: Alpha Delta Pi
vs. Kappa Alpha Theta and Jordan
5 vs. Cooperatives.
7:15 p.m. Tuesday: Kappa Delta vs.
Geddes, Jordan 2 vs. Ingalls, Jordan
1 vs. Zimmerman and Mosher vs.
Couzens.
4:30 p.m. Wednesday: Hill House
vs. Alpha Ganima Delta.
5:10 p.m. Wednesday: Chi Omega
vs. Delta Gamma.
5:10 p.m. Thursday: Zeta Tau Al-
pha vs. Jordan 3.
University Women's Eiding Club:
6 p.m. Tuesday in front of Barbour
Gym.
Modern Dance: 8:30 p.m. Tuesday#

Sophomores
To Attend JGP
Mass Meeting
Central Committee Members
Will Present Plans, Set Goal
At Rally Tomorrow in League
A mass meeting for all sophomore
women will be held at 4 p. in., to-1
morrow in the League, at which time;
the new Junior Girls' Project Central
Committee will present the plans and
aims of JGP for the coming year.
All sophomores are urged to at-'
tend, according to Nora MacLaugh-1
lin, '46, general chairman of JGP.1
The meeting will consist of brief ex-1
planations by each of the central1
committee members of what their
work will be, so that every womanI
will know exactly what committee
she would like to work on. The
committees will begin to functionI
immediately, and those who have
signed up will be contacted by the
committee chairmen.
Committee To Set Goal;
JGP also must set its goal for the
next year. This year's JGP made,
more than its quota of $30,000, and
the new central committee feels cer-
tain that it can beat that mark, ac-
cording to Miss MacLaughlin. 1
Betty Hendel, '46, has been ap-
point poster chairman and will ac-
cordingly become a member of the
central committee. Other central
committee members are in charge of
publicity, corsages, skits and songs,
booths, and dormitory, sorority; and
league house sales.
Special Events To Be Held
The office of assistant chairman
of JGP has this year been conyerted
to that of special events chairman.
Frances Goldberg, '46,, holds the po-
sition,
1n working, towarfd its , goaL, this
year's JCAP sponsored an outdoor
carnival, Junior Girls Play, two
bridge tournaments, and intensified
stamp sales throughout campus coed
houses.
and Thursday in the Dance Studio.
Tennis: 5 p.m. Tuesday in the
WAB. Organization meeting. Those
unable to attend"should contact Har-
riet Risk at 23225.
Golf: 3:15 p.m. Wednesday at the
WAB.
Swimming: 8 p.m. Wednesday in
Barbour Pool.
Crop and Sandle: 6:15 p.m. Wed-
nesday in front of Barbour Gym.
LaCrosse: 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at
the WAB.
Archery: 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the
WAB.
Ballet: 4 p.m. Friday in the Dance
Studio.
Ping Pong: All fifth rouid games
must be played and registered before
Friday, May 19.

Qarden Part
To Be Revifved
At Martha Cook
A year-halted tradition will be re-
vived this year when faculty and,
friends of the residents will attend
the Martha Cook garden party from
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. today.
The garden has been one of the
show places of the city for many
years, even before it became part of
the building's grounds. The spring-
time beauty of the setting has made
the yearly event well-known among
the guests.
Arrangments have been made by
Dorothy Darnall, social chairman.
Other officers to greet the guests will
be Ruth Rodenbeck, Mahala Smith,
Ann Terbrueggen and Alma Nielsen.
They will be assisted by Mrs. Leona.
Diekema. social director, and Miss
Sara Rowe, house director.
Elizabeth Grimes and Jean Baxter
will have charge of arrangements in
the dining room. Those invited to
pour are Mrs. Wells Bennett, Mrs.
Ivan Crawford, Mrs. Alfred Lowell,
Miss Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Earle V.
Moore, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mrs. Hen-
ry Vaughn and Mrs. C. S. Yoakum.

The wartime exuse of "no date"
will not be worth a misleading street
sign to man or co-ed while the rest
of the campus is dancing at "Boule-
vard Ball" to the music of Jerry Wald
and his orchestra from 9 p. m., to
midnight Saturday, May 27, in Wa-
terman Gymnasium.
With all due respect for the "man
overseas" and the "girl back home,"
the dance committee has recognized
the acuteness. of the -duration's
dating situation in Ann. Arbor and
set up a system of registration
whereby co-eds and men may get to-
gether to enjoy "Boulevard Ball."
While women will be signing up in
their houses, registration for men
will be held from 5 p. in., to 7 p. im.,
tomorrow through Friday, in the
Union and in the West Quadrangle.
By matching data on men and co-ed
registrants, the date bureau, headed
by Jane Archer, '46, will arrange
dates for the dance.
"Boulevard Ball" is being present-
ed jointly by Assembly Association
and Panhellenic Council, and their.
Lt. Barbara Rogers, WAC, will be
stationed at the League 'to inter-3
view women interested in securing
information about the Women's
Army Corps from 10 a.m. to noon
and 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow
through Wednesday.r

effort, united for the first ume
means that each co-ed on campus isN
actually a sponsor of the dance, ac,
cording to Florence Wilkins, '45, co--
chairman, who urges all independ-
ents and affiliated women to sup-
port the undertaking.
For the men on campus, "Boule-
yard Ball" will offer dancing to one
of the nation's top bands, plus in-
termission entertainment with music,
a skit, and community singing. Doc
Fielding will be Master of Ceremo-
nies for the entertainment, and mu-
sical numbers from the forthcoming
Company D show, "Rumor Has It,"
and from Junior Girls Play will be
presented with the skit.
IntrviewingTo
Begin Tuesday
Interviewing for positions on the
central committee of the Child Care
Project will be held Tuesday fron-
5 p.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesday from
2:30 p.m. to 6. p.m. and Thursday
from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.,in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Positions open on the central com-
mittee are chairmen of Girl Re-
serves, Girl Scouts, publicity and per-
sonnel, Naomi Miller, '45, chairmen
of Child Care announced.

Date Bureau To Ruin Excuses
For Missing 'Boulevard Ball'

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