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SUNDAY,T MA 13, 1945

TH E MICHIGAN DAILY

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ANNUAL SING:
WAA Lantern Night To
Honor Graduating Women

Lantern Night, which will honor
senior women, will be held at 7:30
p.m. (EWT) Monday, May 21 on
Palmer Field featuring a line of
march from the library, a song con-
test and presentation of WAA's song
and participation cups.
University coeds will form a line
at 7 p.m. (EWT) in front of the
library. Seniors, dressed in tradition-
al caps and gowns, will lead the
formation, and they will-be followed
by underclasswomen wearing colored
bows to denote their respective clas-
ses. Juniors will don yellow bows,
sophomore ribbons will be red, while
freshmen will wear green ribbons.
Presidents To Head March
The line will be led by the past
presidents of campus women's activi-
ties. The group will include Marge
Hall, former president of Women's
War Council; Florine Wilkins, out-
going president of Assembly; Peg
Laubengayer, past president of Pan-
hellenic Association; Nat Mattern,
former president of Women's Judi-
ciary Council; and Shelby Dietrich,
1944-45 president of Women's Ath-
letic Association.
Accompanying the marching line
will be the Ann Arbor High School
Band which will lead the line from
the library, past Hill Auditorium, to
Palmer Field. Upon arriving at the
field, the line will form an 'M' after
which the "Star Spangled Banner"
and "Hail to the Colors" will be sung.
Song Selections
Houses participating in the song
contest and the numbers they will
sing include, in order, Helen New-
berry, "Stadala Pumpa" (Czech folk
song); Geddes House, "The Way
You Look Tonight"; Pi Beta Phi,
'Pi Phi Symphony"; Betsy Barbour,
"The Night Has a Thousand Eyes";
Gamma Phi Beta, "Great Day"; Al-
pha Xi Delta, "This Is My Country";
Jordan, "To a Wild Rose"; Kappa
Kappa Gamma, "Vesper Hymn".
The list continues with Mosher,
"Madam Jeanette"; Zeta T'au Alpha,
"Now Let All the Heavens Adore
Thee"; Delta Gamma, "When You're
Away"; Alpha Epsilon Phi, "In the
Years That Are To Come"; Kappa
Delta, "Out of the Night"; Martha
Cock, "Lift Thine Eyes"; Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, "All in the April Evening";
J G Play Groups
To Have All-Cast
Committee Picnic
Members of the cast and commit-
tees for the J. G. Play have been in-
vited to a picnic at 4 p. m., Thurs-
day on the Bluff.
Those attending the picnic will
meet at the League, and the group
will go together to the picnic site.
Every junior woman who worked on
J. G. Play and wishes to attend the
picnic is asked to call either Mary
Bartley at 3718 or Carol McCormick,
2-5618, by Monday.

and Chicago Lodge, "Green Cathe-
dral".
Other houses participating include
Alpha Delta Pi, "Au 'Voir"; Colle-
giate Sorosis, "Amherst Senior
Song"; Delta Delta Delta, "Were
You There"; Couzens Hall, "Navy
Hymn"; Alpha Phi, "The Spacious
Firmament on High"; Ridgeway
House, "Turn Ye to Me".
Additional residences and songs are
Stockwell, "Night and Day"; Kappa
Alpha Theta, "If I Could Tell You";
Adelia Cheever, "American Lullaby";
Sigma Delta Tau, "Lover Come Back
co Me"; Alpha Chi Omega, "When I
Have Sung My Songs"; Alpha Gam-
ma Delta, "Beautiful Savior"; Chi
Omega, "Time on My Hands"; and
Madison House, "Navy Hymn".
roups Plan
Social Events
Organizations Give Parties;
Scroll Elects New Officers
Stockwell Dormitory will hold an
open house for Navy V-12 trainees
from 2 to 5 p. m. Saturday.
Music from a record machine will
furnish music for dancing in the dor-
mitory recreation room and main
floor corridor. Group singing will
also be part of the entertainment.
Refreshments will be served in the
lounge. Lois Streelman is chairman
for the open house.
Newman club held its spring party
on Friday, May li, in the club rooms.
The program for the evening in-
cluded dancing, singing, ping-pong,
and refreshments. Anne Maloney,
Dottie Uhl, and Bob Schroeder were
in charge of the party.
* *" *
Activities of Alpha Chi Omega
sorority honored new pledges at a
pledge formal from 8:30 p. m. to mid-
night yesterday at the chapter house.
Harriet Stephen, social chairman,
was in charge of planning the dance
and has been assisted by Nora Mc-
Laughlin, June Pomering, and Shir-
ley Coskey.
chaperones for the evening included
Mrs. Lee M. Abbey, housemother of
Alpha Gamma Delta, Mrs. Badgly
Jenks, housemother of Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, Mrs. Donald H. Miles, house-
mother of Alpha Xi Delta, and Mrs.
W. E. Goodale, housemother of Al-
pha Chi Omega.
* * *
Scroll, honorary society for senior
affiliated women, recently announced
the election of new officers for 1945-
56.
Jean Pines, Sigma Delta Tau, was
elected president. Vice-president will
be Betsy Berry, Pi Beta Phi, and
secretary and treasurer will be Jane
Arner, Gamma Phi Beta and Lee
Willman, Zeta Tau Alpha.
New members of Scroll will enter-
tain old members at a dinner May 22.

More Workers
Are Needed
By Red Cross
European Units To Be Abroad
For Additional Year; Service
Will Be Expanded in Pacific
Additional Red Cross workers are
urgently needed for service in this
country and overseas, according to
Mrs. Wells Bennett, chairman of the
county Red Cross personnel recruit-
ment committee.
Mrs. Bennett has recently returned
from a Red Cross meeting in St.
Louis, where the current personnel
needs of the Red Cross were discuss-
ed by representatives of the national
office.
"The Red Cross expects to stay
in Europe for at least a year long-
er," Mrs. Bennett said, "And in-
creased demands upon Red Cross
recreation and welfare services are
expected as a result of the Army's
anti-fraternization policy, which is
certain to create a morale problem
among troops remaining in Eur-
op,'.
"Expansion of Red Cross services
in the Pacific is expected with the
progress of the war against Japan,
and Red Cross field directors and
hospital workers will accompany any
mass troop movements from Europe
to other theaters," the chairman said.
In addition to the need for per-
sonnel overseas, there is a great de-
mand for more workers in our hos-
pitals in this country because of the
rapid increase in the number of pa-
tients returning from the war thea-
ters, according to Mrs. Bennett.
Positions available for women in-
clude recreation workers, social work-
ers, and staff aides in the United
States, and stenographers, social wor-
kers, and recreation workers for
overseas duty. Negro staff assistants
for overseas duty are especially need-
ed.
Applicants must be citizens of
the United States, fu nish a cei -
tificate of availability from the War
Manpower Commission, aimd must
pass a physical examinatio. Wo-
nen applying for overseas Duty
must be between the age of 23 and
35, and for service in the United
States between the age of 25 and
50.
Appointments for interviews with
Mrs. Bennett may be made by calling
Washtenaw County Red Cross Head-
quarters, 25546.

f o S0plfl~c g&r flo1e
As Saturday the date of Soph Music Bar draws near the coed members
of the sophomore class can be seen at work in the League, completing all
preparations for their social project, Soph Cabaret.
The decorations committee is holding forth in the basement and
producing "works of art" amidst a collection of many hued pots of paint
and rolls of paper. All members of the committee are asked to volunteer
their services as often and as long as possible. The decoration room will
-- '-_ tk be open from 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. and

MRS. MARTHfA TRUMAN (center), 92-year-old mother of President
Truman (right) arrives at the capital after a Mlane flight from Missouri
to spend Sunday, Mother's Day, with him. At left is the President's
sister, Miss Mary Truman, who accompanied her mother on the trip.
WAA NOTICES

PVetitions for
Next JQ Play
Due Saturday
Petitions for next year's Junior
Girls' Play, which will be presented
during the first month of the 1946
spring semester, should be left in
the League Undergraduate Office
by noon Saturday.
Interviewing will be from 2 p. m.
to 5 p. m. EWT on May 22, 23, and
25.
Positions to be filled are chairman,
assistant chairman, director, secre-
tary treasurer, stage managers, a
music committee consisting of a com-
poser, a lyrics writer, a choral di-
rector, and an arranger. Chairmen
for the script, dance, ticket, costume,
scenery, properties, make-up, publi-
city, ushering, and program commit-
tees will also be selected.
All first and second semester soph-
omore, women are urged to petition,
regardless of previous experience or
lack of experience in class project
work, but those who have petitioned
for League positions in the past are
especially requested to submit peti-
tions.
All petitions should embody sound
specific ideas. Women petitioning for
the music, dance, and script com-
mittees, and for the position of di-
rector, should have had previous ex.
perien.ce in those fields. Examples o
writing and a specific outline for th
play should be presented by thost
petitioning for the script committee.

from 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. EWT every
day this week, according to Jean
Raine, decorations chairman.
Chorus Capers
"One two three, kick" is a refrain
that can be heard issuing from any
practice room in the League as the
'47 coeds work out the dance routines
for the stageshow, "Swing's the
Thing," which will be presented at
Soph Music Bar in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. Giving their sister
coeds keen competition, the singing
chorus members can be heard rend-
ering forth the musical numbers of
the show.
The singing chorus will meet from
4:30 p. m. to 5 p. in. EWT tomor-
row; the kick chorus from 6 p.' m.
to 8 p. m. EWT, tomorrow; and the
dancing chorus from 8 p. m. to 10
p. m. EWT tomorrow in the League.
All rooms will be posted. Stageshow
rehearsals will be held in the evening
tomorrow through Friday. All the
cast must attend at their respective
Mimes which will be announced each
day.
rickets-for Couples, Stags
Tickets for the Cabaret are now on
ale in all men and women residences
nd will go on sale on campus Thurs-
lay. Soph Music Bar is open to all
ersons and both stag and couple
ickets are being sold. There will be
i meeting of the ticket committee at
}:30 p. m. EWT Wednesday in the
,eague. The room will be posted.
Refreshments, essentials at every
tudent function, will be served at the
'abaret in the Grand Rapids Room,
'hich will become for the evening a
arisian sidewalk cafe. All members
If the refreshment committee will
meet at ? p.m. EWT Tuesday.

Monday: Mosher II vs. Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma at 5:15 p. m. EWT.
Tuesday: State St. House vs. Zeta
Tau Alpha, Colonial House vs. Al-
pha Delta Pi at 4:20 p. m. EWT;
Chi Omega vs. Newberry, Zone X vs.
Alpha Zi Delta, Alpha Gamma Delta
vs. Ridgeway House, Sagma Delta Tau
vs. Zone IX at 5:15 p. m. EWT; Mar-
tha Cook vs. Tappan House, Lester
Co-op vs. Zone III at 7:15 p. m.
EWT.
Wednesday: Mosher I vs. Gamma
Phi Beta, Adelia Cheever vs. Day
House, Delta Gamma vs. Zone II at
7:15 p. m. EWT.
In the event of rain all games
scheduled for Monday will be shifted
to Wed. Tuesday's games will be
played on Thursday and Wednesday's
games will be played on Thursday.
All times will remain the same.
If any teams plan to default, they
have been asked to notify Pat Dan-
iels, 2-5618 within ample time.
* *
Archery Club: Anyone interested in
joining the Archery Club of the WAA
or in shooting in the National Tele-
graphic Meet is invited to come to a
meeting at 5 p. m. EWT (4 p. m.
CWT) Tuesday in the WAB lounge.
Experience is not necessary, as in-
struction will be given to those who
do not know how to shoot. Anyone
who is unable to attend the meet-
ing should call Lynne Sperber, 23125.
A group of ten will be chosen to
shoot for the International Telegra-

phic Meet. In this competition,
schools from all over the country,
send in scores to the national office'
and the group sending in the high-
est score will be given recognition
as the winner.
Tennis Club: A schedule of the ten-
nis tournament playoffs, sponsored by
WAA's Tennis Club, will be posted at
WAB after Monday noon. The first
round of matches must be played off
by Monday, May 21 and final games
will be completed the' week before
final examinations.
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Weddings & Engagements
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Harris engagement of their daughter, Su-
of Detroit have recently announced san, to Charles R. Warth, Chief
the engagement of their daughter, Pharmacist's Mate, son of Mr. and
Doreen, to Lt. George Peter Weiss, Mrs. R. H. Warth of Birmingham;
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Weiss Ala.
of New York and Miami. Miss Stacy is a senior at the Uni-
Miss Harris graduated from the versity and is a member of Alpha
University in June, '44 and was a Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, and
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi, Crop Phi Beta Kappa honorary societies.
and Saddle and JGP. Seaman Warth recently returned
Lt. Weiss has just returned from from overseas and is now stationed
overseas duty in Europe and is at in New Orleans.
present stationed at Plattsburg, N. Y. * *
He was graduated from the Univer- The engagement of a former stu-
sity of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla., dent, Ruth Mary Picard, daughter
where he was affiliated with Phi Ep- of Judge and Mrs. Frank A. Picard
silon Pi. of Saginaw to Pvt. Charles Camp-
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Mr. and Mrs. Leland J. Stacy of also of Saginaw, has recently been
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