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, 1945

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WfHf4T o Honor Seniors at nnua antern Night Tom

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Traditional Sing To Be Held at Palmer Field Assembly, S

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Lantern Night, WAA's anal
function presented to hxonor senior
women, will be held at 7:30 p.m.
EWT (6:30 p.m. CWT) tomorrow at
Palmer Field with a Line of March
forming in front of the library at
6:45 p.m. EWT.
Heading the line will be Marge
Hall, former president of Women's
War Council; Peg Laubengayer, out-
going head of Panhellenic Associa-
tion; Florene Wilkins, past president
of Assembly Association, Natalie
Mattern, former head of Women's
Judiciary Council; and Shelby Die-
trich, former president of WAA.
To Carry Lanterns
Seniors, donning caps and gowns,
will form a double line and will be
flanked by underclassmen on either
side. Lanterns, symbolic of the tra-
ditional event, will be carried by
seniors, and underclassmen will a-
gain wear colorful ribbons.
Juniors will be denoted by yellow
ribbons, sophomores will display red
ribbons and freshmen will wean
green bows. The bows are being sold
through every women's residence on
campus by members of JGP commit-
tee. Coeds may purchase ribbons
made with either a ten cent or twen-
ty-five cent war stamp.
Leading the parade will be mem-
bers of the Ann Arbor High School

Ban d, led by Charles Yates. The
line will proceed from sie center of
the diagonal, past the Natural Sci-
ence Building, up North University,
past WAB to the cinder path on
Palmer Field.
Opening Program Listed
Arriving at the Field, the line of
march will form an "M". At this
time, seniors will pass their lanterns
to the juniors who will give them to
the line of march assistants. Next
"The Star Spangled Banner" and
"Hail to the Colors" will be sung.
A song contest, in which thirty
women's residences are to participate
will then be held. Judging will be
conducted by members of the School
of Music faculty and the house which
displays the best example of har-
mony and blending will be presented
with the WAA Sing Cup by Barbara
Oborne, president of WAA.
Cup To Be Awarded
Dr. Margaret Bell will award the
WAA Participation Cup to the resi-
dence which has earned the highest
number of participation points in
WAA activities.
Patrons for Lantern Night include
President and Mrs. Alexander Ruth-
ven, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Adams, Dr.
and Mrs. Clarence Yoakum, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Watkins, Dean and
Mrs. Hayward Keniston, Dr. and

Mrs. William Brace, Dean and Mrs.
Wells Bennett, Dean and Mrs. J. B.
Edmonson, Dean and Mrs. A. D.
Moore, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Dean Jeanette Perry, Dean
Mary C. Bromage and Dean Joseph
Bursley.
In case of rain, Lantern Night
will be held in Rackham Auditorium
but the line of march will form un-
less it is actually raining. For fur-
ther information, call WAB after
6 p.m. EWT tomorrow.
FWAA Notices

Soft Ball Schedule
Monday: Mosher II vs. Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma at 5:15 p. m. EWT. 1
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, Sigma 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.
Members of the WAA Board will
hold their regular weekly meeting at
5 p. m. EWT Tuesday at WAB.
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Cabaret Petitions
Due Saturday
Petitioning for central committee
positions for next year's Assembly
Recognition Night will begin tomor-
row and continue through Saturday
noon, it was announced yesterday by
Helen Alpert, Assembly President for
1945-46.
The positions are open to all in-
dependent coeds. Offices which are
open include that of chairman,
assistant chairman, war activities
awards chairman, scholarship
awards chairman, decorations
chairman, patrons chairman and
chairman of tickets.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Undergraduate Office of the League.
Petitioners have been asked to in-
clude complete plans for the position
they are seeking in the petition.
Theme suggestions are also required.
Unaffiliated women are reminded
that they are free to consult the
President's Report in the League Li-
brary for information concerning past
Recognition Nights.
Recognition Night will be presented
early next year because awards will
be presented for 1944-45 activities
and scholarship ratings. All unaffil-
iated coeds are urged to petition.
"This is the only Assembly affair to
honor independent women," said Miss
Alpert. "New plans are being made
for the coming season to make As-
sembly an organization that every
independent woman will feel is her's,"
she concluded.,
Interviewing times will be announc-
ed this week.
Petitions for Soph Cabaret, which
will be presented in the 1945 fall
semester, are due at noon EWT Sat-
urday in the League Undergraduate
office, Ruth Ann Bales, President of
Judiciary Council announced yester-
day.
Interviewing will be from 2 p. m. to
5 p. m. EWT on May 28 and 29 and
June 1 (Monday Tuesday and Fri-
day).
Positions to be filled are chair-
man, assistant chairman, secretary,
publicity chairman, posters chair
man, ticket -chairman, choral di-
rector, floorshow chairman and as-
sistant, dance chairman, stage
manager and decorator, costume
chairman, skit chairman, program
chairman, refreshnients chairman,
eligibility chairman and hostess
chairman.
The duties of the various chair-
men will be enumerated and posted
on the bulletin board of the Under-
graduate office tomorrow. Each po-
tential central committee member
should familiarize herself with these
duties, as well as with the reports
on past Sophomore Cabarets, which
will be found in the League library.
All petitions should be complete
with specific plans for organizing the
various committees in addition to a
criticism of this year's Soph Caba-
ret. Petitions should also embody
new ideas.
Women who will have a second i

USO Women
To Be Present
At Orientation
All coeds interested in USO work
and who would like to become Junior
Hostesses have been asked to attend
Orientation meetings to be held Mon-
clay and Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
EWT at the USO.
Any women who intends to act as
a USO hostess must attend either
the Monday or Thursday evening
meeting. In addition, any former
hostess who wishes to be reinstated
is requested to attend the Orienta-
tion program.
University coeds have been active
in USO work since the advent of war
and have been highly commended by
USO heads. Students plan the week-
ly USO dances and act as hostesses
at these affairs. They also are on
hand at the USO during the week to
entertain and visit with servicemen.
Complexions
Aided by Care
Lovely complexions rarely "just
happen." They are the result of
good health, which includes sound
eating and sleeping habits, and good
skin care.
A once-a-day program for wash-
ing the face is not enough to keep
the facial skin clean. This is espe-
cially true on campus where coeds
leadoactive lifes which takehthem
outdoors in all types of weather.
Then, too, cleansing the face only
once a day is inadequate particu-
larly in the soot-filled air of modern
cities.
Three steps should be taken to
wash the face thoroughly. First,
there should be cleansing with a
clean soapy cloth or a soft brush.
Next comes rinsing with a clear cloth
and clear water, ending with a dash
of cold water to close the pores.
The final step is drying-drying
with a soft towel. Only after cleanli-
ness is complete is the skin really
ready for the application of cosme-
tics.
Petitioning for the 1946 Junior
Girls' Play has been extended through
5 p. m. tomorrow, EWT, announced
Ruth Ann Bales, President of Judi-
ciary Council, and petitions are due
at that time in the League Under-
graduate office.
semester freshmen or first seme-
ster sophomore status by fall are
also eligible to petition. The eligi-
bility requirement for second seme-
ster freshmen is a "C" average,
whereas an eligibility card is re-
quired of the sophomores.
First semester sophomores may
petition for either the Junior Girls'
Play, which will be presented in the
1946 spring semester, or Soph Caba-
ret, but may not participate in both
events.
All women who have petitioned in
the past are especially urged to sub-
mit petitions again.

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Those women who are 'partici-
pating in the tennis tournament.
sponsored by WAA, must have played
off the first round of games by to-
morrow. The final rounds will be
played off the week before final ex-
aminations, it was announced by Pat
Doelle, chairman. A list of schedul-
ed games has been posted in Barbour
Gym for all women participating in
the contest.
An important meeting of the Golf
Club will be held at 5 p. m. EWT at
WAB. The deadline for submitting
golf scores has been set for Thurs-
day, May 31.
Discarded Clothing
Urgently Needed
University coeds are urged to con-
tribute all old or unwaiited clothes
to the Norwegian Clothes Relief, ac-
cording to Jean Gaffney, treasurer of
Women's War Council for 1945-46.
All clothing contributions are to
be brought to Newberry Hall which
i,: next to the Helen Newberry Resi-
dence. Miss Gaffney asked that wo-
men. as they prepare to leave school'
for the summer, sort out any old
garments and give them to the Nor-
wegian Relief.

On State at the Head of Nor +h University

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