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TIlE MICTU GAN L_ AILV

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Senior Coeds

To Be Honored At Lantern Night

Tomorrow

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WAA To Give
Annual Event
Line of March To Start at
Library; Go To Palmer Field
Senior women, dressed in caps and
gowns will be the honored guests at
the Annual WAA Lantern Night to
be held at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at
Palmer Field with the line of march
forming at 6:45 p. m. in front of the
library.
Every one is invited to attend the
Song contest in which 30 houses
have entered 'songs, according to
Shelby Dietrich, '45, Chairman for
Lantern Night Sing, and those coeds
who are not singing with their hous-
es are asked to join in the Line of
March.
Coeds To Wear $ows
All of the undergraduate women
wil wear colored hair bows, yellow for
juniors, red for. sophomores, and
green for freshmen. These bows will
be sold in the campus houses and
in the booth on campus tomorrow by
the JOP Committee.
Leaders Carry Lanterns
Because of the shortage of lan-
terns, only two of the leaders of the
Line of .March will carry them. As
is the custom, the presidents of the
campus organizations for the past
year will lead the parade, with Mon-
na Heath, President of the Women's
War Council, Marilyn Mayer, Presi-
dent of Judiciary, Doris Barr, Presi-
dent of Assembly, and Nancy Hat-
tersley, President of WAA, being the
women. Two of them will carry
flags, aid the other two lanterns.
Band Leads March
The Ann Arbor High School Band
led 'by Mr. Charles Yates, will lead
the procession down to Palmer
Field, where the coeds will form a

SHELBY DIETRICH

block "M" and "V" and sing "Hail
to the Colors" and "The Star Span-
gled Banner," led by Patty Spore
past president of the Women's Glee
Club.
WAA To Present Cup
Feature of the evening will be the
presentation of the WAA sports Par-
ticipation Cup to the House which
has earned the greatest number of
individual participation points. Last
year the Cup was won by Kappa
Alpha Theta.
In case of rain the event will be
held in Rackham Auditorium, and
the Line of March will not be held.
If it rains during the program, the
singers, judges and audience will go
to the dining room of Jordan Hall
to complete the program.
If the weather is uncertain, houses
may call the WAB' after 6 p. m. to
find out where the event will be held.

Boulevard Ball
Is 'Pay-Off'
Coeds May Repay Date
Debts at Leap Year Dance
The "pay-off" opportunity is one
of the main features of "Boulevard
Ball," to which coeds may invite
their dates for an evening of enter-
tainment and dancing to the music
of Jerry Wald's orchestra from 8:30
p. m. to midnight Saturday in Wat-
erman Gymnasium.
As compensation for the many
dances and parties to which they
have been taken this year, the wo-
men on campus thiough their two
organizations, Assembly Association
of independent women and Panhel-
lenic Council, have planned one of
the year's best events, featuring a
top dance band which will leave an
engagement at a prominent New
York hotel for "Boulevard Ball."
Skit To Be Given
The gymnasium will "become" a
park through novel decorations, and
streets denoting the coed campus
residences will be indicated in all
directions. In adjoining Barbour
Gymnasium a coke bar will be set
up, and smoking will be permitted
there.
Highlighting the leap year, vice-
versa affair will be a skit featuring
Doc Fielding, who has rapidly be-
come the campus' favorite student
entertainer.
Local Songs To Be Featured
Recent music by local composers
will be another feature of the affair.,
The hit songs from Junior Girls
Play, "Soldier of Mine" and "The
Michigan Stomp," will be presented,
and the Co. D quartet will sing "We
Hope They're Beautiful," from the
forthcoming musical comedy, "Ru-
mor Has It."
Additional Hostesses
Are Needed at USO
Registration for USO Junior hos-
'tesses will reopen tomorrow at the
USO Club from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Requirements for the applicants
are: two letters of recommendation
from persons who have known the
coeds for at least one year. One of
these letters should be from a clergy-
man. Minimum age is 18, and fresh-
men and sophomores should get their
letters from their home town, while
juniors and seniors may receive
theirs from Ann Arbor.
Every Junior Hostess must have
spent at least 10 hours in the Club
so far. Those who have not will for-
feit their cards.

Sharpe, Plate To Head Bomber
Scholarship Fund Committee

WAA NOTICES

Marcia Sharpe, '45A, and Jim
Plate, '45L, will head the Bomber
Scholarship drive for the coming
year, according to Jean Bisdee, '44,
retiring chairman.
The new central committee, which
will take over Bomber Scholarship
activities next semester, includes the
following: Glenn White, finance;
Mavis Kennedy, publicity; Nancy
Pottinger, program; Bob Precious,
alumni; Mary Lee Mason, special
drives; and Paul John, personnel.
The co-chairman also named stu-
dents to the several committees as
follows: finance, - Robert Lindsay,
Ann Speed, Body Granger, Betsy
Perry; publicity - Tom Bliska, Sue
Polowe, Charlotte Brobecker, John
Horeth, Charlotte Rueber, Judith
Ruetenick; program - George Dar-
row, Marion Johnson, Jean Gaffney,
Georgianna Leslie, Allen Armstrong,
and Dick Freeman.
Atten d an e Falls
A1 t Bandage Unit
The League Surgical Dressings
Unit weekly honor roll is led by Al-
pha Epsilon Phi sorority and Pray
League House, according to Mickey
Theilen, publicity chairman.
No dormitory contributed a suffi-
cient number of hours to meet the
minimum honor roll requirements.
Other sororities who gave 16 or more
hours are Delta Delta Delta, Gamma
Phi Beta and Alpha Delta Pi.
Jellema, Cordes, and Augsburger
League Houses met the minimum of
three hours required for League
houses. The Unit is open from 1
p. m. to 5 p. m. each week and in-
dividual workers are urged to at-
tend as. the specific number of
hours asked of each house is not
enough to fill the quota set by the
Red Cross.
Cotton blouses, dresses or smocks
must be worn. Woolen lint must not
be allowed to enter the dressing.
Nail polish, is also prohibited. Cot-
ton headresses are supplied by the
Red Cross but workers are asked to
bring their own as the .Upit's supply
is limited. Coeds are asked to work
two consecutive hours. Instructors
are always present to aid newcomers.
"Invading forces need huge quan-
tities _of surgical ,dressings," Miss
Theilen said. "The two hours of
work done by a coed can save the
life of a wounded soldier," she added.

The list continues with: alumni -
Doris Chapman, Dick Chenoweth,
Helen Baldwin, Elaine Stembol,
Sandy Perlis; drives - Shirley Sick-
les, John Clippert, Mary Kimball,
Milton Budyk, Joyce Livermore; per-
sonnel - Bob Gaukler, June Retzlaff,
Art Shufro. Natalie Ann Maguire,
and Dick Mixer.
Bomber Scholarship has now
reached approximately one-fourth of
its $100,000 goal through dances, a
concert, a carnival, and other cam-
pus events. The same features will
be carried through by the new com-
mittee, together with new events and
campaigns.
The purpose of the Bomber Schol-
arship Fund is to bring servicemen
back to schodl after the war. The
money is being put into war bonds,
and the amount, $100,000, will theo-
retically buy a bomber.
Volunteers Commended
The April honor roll of University
Hospital volunteer workers is led by
Barbara LaSha, who contributed 41
hours, according to Carol Evans,
former chairman of soph project.
Olive Whitaker and Ellen Vinacke
were next on the honor roll with 29
and 28 hours respectively. Clarice
Givens, Lois Perkens and Doris
Trumpter were next with 26 hours
for Miss Givens and 24 for the lat-
ter two.

Softball: 4:30 p. m. Tuesday; Al-
pha Zi Delta.
5:15 p. m. Tuesday: Kappa Alpha
Theta vs Jordon 3, Zeta Tau Alpha
vs Alpha Chi Omega.
7:15 p. m. Tuesday: Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi vs Kappa Delta, Jordan 2 vs
Mosher, Ingalls vs Couzens, and Jor-
dan 1 vs Martha Cook.
University: Women's Riding Club:
6:15 p. m. Tuesday in front of Bar-
bour Gym.
Modern Dance: 8:30 p. m. Tues-
day: and Thursday in the Dance
Studio.

Golf: 3:15 p. m. Wednesday at
the WAB.
Swimming: 8 p. m. Wednesday in
Barbour Pool.
Archery: 4:30 p. m. Tuesday and
Thursday at the WAB.
Outing Club: A canoe trip has
been planned for Saturday, May 27
from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. Reservations
must be made before Thursday at 5
p. m. to Lee Wellman at 3018. Only
those who can swim and have had
some canoeing experience should at-
tend.

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