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April 27, 1945 - Image 5

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tiA'IdTh 27, 1945

Trnditioncd Lantern Night To

Time Honored Sing

Festival To

Be Held

All Houses To Participate in Contest*;
Cup Will Be Awarded Winners_

In keeping with a time-honored
campus tradition, WAA will present
its 1945 edition of Lantern Night to
be held at 7:30 p. m. (6:30 CWT)
Monday, May 21 on Palmer Field,
with a line of march leaving the
library steps at 7 p. m. (6 p. m. CWT).
This annual function is designed
to honor all graduating seniors, and
all dormitories, league houses and
sororities may enter a song contest
to be held in conjunction with Lan-
tern Night.
Groups Limited to 30
30 women from each house will be
allowed to enter the competition and
songs are limited to a length of
three minutes. Sorority songs may
be sung and since the contest will
only deal with group singing, no solo
voices will be permitted.
League houses planning to enter
the song contest will present their
songs according to zones. As soon
as the songs have been decided upon
by each house, a meeting will be held
to draw places on the program.
lAelody and lentding
Melody and blending qualities of
songs should be stressed, and mem-
bers of the School of Music Faculty
will act as judges. A cup will be

awarded the house which, in the
opinion of the judges, has presented
the best rendition of its song.
The procession from the steps of
the library to Palmer Field will be
led by the University Band, followed
by coeds in order of their classes..
Seniors will wear the customary caps
and /gowns, juniors will wear yellow
ribbons, sophomores will be design-
ated by red bows and freshmen will
be spotted by their green ribbons.
Usted Clothing
Is Still Needed
Only four days remain in the con-
certed nationwide drive for service-
able used clothing to be sent to Euro-
pean war sufferers.
Citizens and University students
are urged to make a final search of
closets and drawers to round up all
warm, usable clothing which they no
longer need.
Contributions should be taken to
the Armory, corner of E. Ann and
Fifth, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to-
day, Saturday, ors Monday.

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Ball To Feature
Krupa Tonight
At I-M Building
"Your Lucky Strike for April 27"
will materialize at Panhel-Assembly
Ball from 8:30 p.m. to midnight EWT
today at the Intramural Building.
Gene Krupa and his orchestra will
be on the bandstand during the en-
tire evening, furnishing an all-pro-
fessional floor show at intermission.
Five cartons of cigarettes will be
given as door prizes.
The women's residence which has
collected the most empty cigarette
packages will be acknowledged after
intermission. Packages should be
turned in with the cellophane re-
moved and in a carton or other box.
Each carton turned in today at Miss
McCormick's office in the League
should have the following informa-
tion on the box: the name of the
residence, the number of girls at the
esidence, the number of packages,
nd the name of a women who will
epresent the house at the Ball.
Patrons for the second annual
Panhel-Assembly Ball include Presi-
dent and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven,
Vice-President and Mrs. J. P. Adams,
Vice-President and Mrs. R. P. Briggs,
Vice-President and Mrs. M. L. N ie-
huss, Vice-President and Mrs. Shir-
ley W. Smith.
Mre Patrons
* Regent Vera B. Baits and Mrs. S.C.
Bates, Regent and Mrs. E. B. Elliot,
Regent and Mrs. J. D. Lynch, Regent
and Mrs. E. C. Shields, Dean J. A.
Bursley, Dean and Mrs. H. B. Ed-
monson, Dean and Mrs. Hayward
Keniston, and Dean Alice C. Lloyd
will also be present.
Other patrons include Dr. and Mrs.
L. A. Hopkins, Dr. and Mrs. E. V.
Moore, Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Rice, Dean
Jeanette Perry, Dean and Mrs. W. B.
Rea, Dean and Mrs. F. A. Walter,
Registrar and Mrs. I. M. Smith, Miss
Ethel A. McCormick, Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Baker, Prof. and Mrs. H. o.
Crisler, Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Munn.
and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Rickey.
Panhellenic and Assembly com-
mittee chairmen for the Ball include
Doris Heidgen and Bethine Clark,
general chairmeg; Mary Hane Kel-
lam and Elaine Bailey, finance; Jan-
et Ward and Gloria Sterns, decora-
ticns; Pat Burton and Renee Lische-
stein, music and program; Naonmi
Buehler and Margaret Kohlhoas, pa-
trons; Joy Altman and Ethel :(sen-
berg, publicity; and Carol Anderson
and Shirley Hansen, tickets.
Linen Fabrics
Qain Popularity
Fine American linens of smooth,
non-wrinkle, patrician texture, the
equal of anything imported in former
years, are regarded the outstanding
finds of the month.
These first linens are made up into
late spring coat dresses, and town
suits. Timed just right for those of
you who are eager to find the perfect
smooth charmer . . . you'll delight in
shopping for these smart ensembles.
Most of the two-piece suits are
extremely simple in line and color.
A slightly flared skirt is managed
with gores; the jackets are semi-
fitted and collarless; the sleeves long
and uncuffed. Either a bold print
blouse or snowy white ones provide
the contrast for the necklines.
For the simple tailored suit, the
striped linen is the smartest. Skirts
have front pleats, and hang straight
and slim. The jackets are more se-
vere than the dressmaker solids. All
of the stripes are black set against
interesting backgrounds of yellow,
pink, and blue colors.
The coat dresses are also simply
made with a side closing of small

covered buttons to give the outfit a
gay look.

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