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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1946

finnual Lantern NightWill Be Held Tuesday

Student Group Will Give Concert Today,
Ending Hospital Entertainment Project

Holiday Dances To Be Presented
For Entire Campus Wednesday.

!Line of March
To Be Formed

At

Angel

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Hall

Olympic Ball Tickets 1
Will Be Put on Sale
Tickets for Olympic Ball will be
placed on sale from 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through Wednesday at
Waterman and Barbour Gyms, and at
the campus diagonal.]
The dance, which will be held from1
p.m. tomorrow through Wednesday at
League Ballroom, is sponsored by the
members of the M-Club and students;
of the men's and women's physical
education department.
Charlie Bird and his twelve piece
orchestra from Muskegon, will pro-
vide music for the affair. As the
dance will ,be held on the eve of
Memorial Day, women will be)
granted 12:30 a.m. permission.
Bob Ufer, All-American track star
and local sports commentator, with)
Art DerDerian will act as masters)
of ceremonies during intermission.'
Lettermen will entertain the guests
by presenting farcical imitations ofj
the events that originally took place
in ancient Greece. In addition, sev-
eral musical numbers will be given1
by the men.c
Decorations will feature a globalc
theme emphasizing the famed Mt.
Olympus. Green and white silhouettes
of athletes of traditional ancient
times will line the windows of the)
ballroom. Electric lights placed be-;
hind the silhouettes will illuminate
the five foot figures.
Behind the bandstand, olive
branhes will be displayed. A large
blocked M will appear on the op-
posite wall, in keeping with the1
athletic theme.
General chairmen of the dance are
Jo Osgood, Dick Korte, and Elmer
Swanson. Art DerDerian, Virginia
Hertzick, and Elmer Madar are co-a
chairmen of publicity.
The ticket committee is headed by)
Bob Nussbaumer and Naida Chernow.
Decorations chairmen are Jack Pe-
tosky and Eleanor Daniels. Mary Lou;
Larmee and Bliss Bowman are co-1
chairmen of programs. Pat Crandall
and Glen Whittle are in charge of
music.1
Special guests of the evening
will be Prof. and Mrs. Herbert
"Fritz" Crisler, Dean and Mrs.
James Edmonson, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Doherty, and Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Fisher. Mr and Mrs. Tom
Harmon, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob U-)
fer will also be honored guests. 1
Patrons include Dr. and Mrs. Alex-
ander Ruthven, Provost and Mrs.
James Adams, Dean Alice Lloyd,
Commander and Mrs. Norman Gil-
lette, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. and
Mrs. Elmer Mitchell, Dr. Laurie
Campbell, Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Weir,
and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mann.
The list continues with Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Keen, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Leibee, Mr. and Mrs. Newton
Lokan, Miss Marie Hartwig, Miss
Josephine Yantis, Miss Mildred An-
derson, Miss Fritzie Gareis, Miss Mar-
ion Weiss, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Nielsen.
Interviewing for the Rushing
Aid Committee will be held from
2 to 4 p.m. tomorrow and from
3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the
League. The room will be posted
on the bulletin board in the Lea-
gue lobby.

Event Will Be Given
By Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega, national service
fraternity, will present the second
annual Memorial Day. Dance from 9
p.m. to midnight Wednesday in the
Rainbow Room of the Union.
The dance was originated last year
as part of the V-E Day celebrations,
and was so popular with the students
that Alpha Phi Omega decided to
make it an annual affair. This year's
dance represents the results of a
poll designed to discover the type
of entertainment Michigan students
prefer.
The dance will be informal, with
music provided by Bill Layton and
his orchestra. Patti Dupont will sup-
ply the vocals. Tommy Lough, boogie
woogie stylist who has performed at
several all-campus shows, will be the
featured intermissions time enter-
tainer.
Tickets are now on sale at the
Union and League and will go on sale
on the diagonal this week. Union
cards are not necessary for admis-
sion to the dance.
All women students have been
granted 12:30 permission the night
before Memorial Day, and Navy men
will also have late permission.
Picnic To Be Given
By Prescott House.
To celebrate,Memorial Day, Pres-
cott House will sponsor a picnic
Thursday from 1 to 7 p.m. at Huron
County Park, Dexter.
Included in the day's program are
baseball games, old fashioned sport
contests, Latin American singing, and
dancing for all. Prizes have been
selected and a full afternoon of ac-
tivities has been arranged for all
Prescott men and their dates. A pic-
nic lunch prepared by the house will
be served at 5 p.m. In case of rain
the affair will be held at East Park.
General chairmen of the picnic are
William Fitzgerald, Robert Foley,
Charles Bilby, and Robert Steele;
entertainment, Bob Rizarddi; - re-
freshment, Robert Olshefsky; and
transportation and location, Ray
Courage.

'U' Band WHI Play for Parade;
Song Contest To Feature Coed
Groups from 26 Residences
Coeds participating in the 1946
Lantern Night will :orm a line of
march for the traditional c:mpus
march at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday at Angell
Hall.
Accompanied by the University
Band and led by five senior women
representing five major women's or-
ganizations on campus, the line will
be formed on the sidewalk in front
of Angell Hall. Senior women will
form a single line on the center side-
walk between Angell Hall and State
street.
Double lines of juniors, sophomores,
and freshmen will form on each of
the other two walks between Angell
Hall and State St., following the walks
toward Alumni Memorial and Haven
Halls, respectively.
Line of March Described
The band will march south on State
St. from Harris Hall, and the coeds
will follow them on the rest of the
line of march, with a center single
line of seniors flanked on, each side
by a double row of underclassmen.
The line will proceed by way of
South University, East University,
and North University Avenues to the
Mall near the League fountain, where
the group will be led by the band in
the singing of the "Yellow an&'Blue"
and the national anthem.
Auditorium To Be Scene of Contest
The formation will then break up,
and the group will proceed to Hill
Auditorium for the song contest, in
which choral groups from 26 women's
residences will participate. Order of
singing was determined by lots.
Committees for Lantern Night in-
clude Pat Doelle and Barbara Mc-
Neill, line of march, Betty laton
and Jerry Gaffney, song leaders, Ja-
nice Bernstein and Rae Keller, pa-
trons, Harriet Risk and Sally Lo
Ware, judges, and Joan Wilk and Bet-
ty Hahneman, publicity.
Flowers in all colors and forms are
appearing in great profusion again
this year. One particularly charming
fashion is achieved by sewing small
white ones onto a bicycle clip and
wearing it with a black date dress.

Qiee Club, Choir
To Qive Concert
The University of Michigan Wo-
men's Glee Club under the direction
of Miss Marguerite Hood, will pre-
sent its annual spring concert at
8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 6, in Hill
Auditorium.
The first half of the program will!
be given over to a group of short for-
mal selections. Included will be a
number accompanied by two horns
and two harps. Solos will be sung
by Rose Derderian and Lennis Brit-
ton, and jean Thalner and Suzanne
Smith will sing a duet.
The second half of the concert will
be an informal program entitled "A
Latin American Fiesta." The Women's
Glee Club will be assisted by the
Navy Choir under the direction of
Howard Farrar, reinforced by other
male singers on campus. A group of
Latin American songs will be sung
by the two groups separately and then
together.

Dance Planned
By Wives' Club
The Veterans' Wives Club will pre-
sent a dance for married veterans and
their wives from 9 p.m. to midnight
Eaturday in the League Ballroom.
The dance is to be an informal
affair, with Klaas Kuiper and his or-
chestra furnishing the music. Open
only to married student veteran
couples, the dance is one of the
series of functions sponsored through-
out the year by the club.
The Veterans' Wives Club was or-
ganized for the purpose of furnishing
suitable and adequate entertainment
for married couples on campus. The
group has previously sponsored mixer
dances, bridge parties, and a "gym-
jam" for veteran couples.
A special feature of the dance,
according to Mrs. Kenneth Marshall,
committee chairman, will be a floor
show to be presented at 10:30 p.m.
in the ballroom. The show is to con-
tain musical and variety acts.

The final project of the Camp and
Hospital Committee for the enter-I
tainment of the soldiers at PercyI
Jones Hospital will be a concert to
be held at 6:30 p.m. today in the
hospital auditorium which will bel
broadcast to all bed patients.
The program will consist of the
Men's Glee Club to be augmented by
a quartet of harps, a trio of trumpe-
ters from the Michigan Band, Mar-
jorie and DorothyBosscowen and
Mary Kelley. Joseph Skrysnski will

perform "Summertime" on the trom-
bone, Daryll Shuker will dance, and
Nancy Neuman with the 1946 Soph
Cabaret chorus will also dance. A trio
from the Women's Glee Club, Barbara
Lee Smith and Norma Lee Swinney
will sing in the program. Accompan-
ists for the group are Marilyn Mason,
Lois Florburger ana Arlene Peugeot.
At previous times various groups
of coeds journeyed to the hospital to
sing, dance and present specialty acts,
or to play games with the soldiers.
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