Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 18, 1947 - Image 5

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1947-05-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1947












'Annual Program To Begin
With Coeds' Line of March


To Hold


The thirty-fourth annual Lan-
tern Night, honoring graduating
seniors, will be held tomorrow in
Hill Auditorium.
Festivities will begin with the
tradtional line of march. Coeds
will assemble at 6:45 p.m. in front
of Angell Hall. Seniors will line
up single file on the center section
of the walk, underclassmen in a
double column on the side sec-
tions. Seniors will wear caps and
gowns. Juniors will wear, yellow
hairbows, sophomores will wear
red, and freshmen, green.. All
women are eligible to participate
in the march, whether they are
singing or not.
Leading the march and carry-
ing the traditional Japanese lan-
terns will be Ellen Hill, President
of the League; Jean Louise Hole,
Chairman of Judiciary Council;
Jean Brown, WAA President;
Jeanne Clare, President of Assem-
bly; and Margaret Gage, President
of Panhellenic Association.
The University Marching Band
will march from Harris Hall to
lead the parade. Path of the pa-
rade will be State to South Uni-
versity; South University to East
University; East University to
North University. On the mall be-
tween Hill Auditorium and the
League a block M will be formed
in front of the fountain. The
singing of the Yellow and the
Blue will conclude the first part of
the ceremony. Charts showing the
line of march procedure have been
placed in women's houses. Assist-
ants for the line of march will be

dressed in white and will wear blue
and gold ribbons.
Participating groups have been
assigned positions on the first
floor on Hill Auditorium. These
locations will be designated by
signs. The song contest is open to
the public who are requested to
take seats in the balconies.
Judges will be Miss Marguerite
Hood, Associate Professor of Mu-
sic Education and director of the
Woman's Glee Club; Floyd Worth-
ington, guest associate professor
of voice; Miss Elizabeth Spelts, in-
structor in voice.
The 25 participating groups will
sing in this order: Alpha Eta, Sig-
ma Delta Tau, Alpha Delta Pi, Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Helen Newberry,
Delta Delta Delta, Adelia Cheever
House, Mosher Hall, Betsy Bar-
bour, Collegiate Sorosis, Jordan
Hall, Pi Beta Phi.
The list continues with Alpha Xi
Delta, Alpha Gamma Delta, Chi
Omega, Alpha Phi, Kappa. Delta,
Zeta Tau Alpha, Gamma Phi Beta,
Delta Gamma, Stockwell Hall,
Martha Cook, Alpha Chi Omega,
Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa
The WAA Participation Cup will
also be awarded at this time. The
cup is awarded to the house hav-
ing the highest participation in
Among the patrons for the cere-
mony are Regent Vera Baits,
President and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, Vice-President and Mrs.
Robert P. Briggs, Vice-President
and Mrs. Marvin L. Niehuss,

P)icic Today;
Roa~xst Plannecd
The AVC will hold a picnic, "Is-
land 1,udezvows, "beginning at
2:30 p.m. today on the Island.
All racmnbers and their guests are
iUvited to attend the affair. An
entertainment program has been
planned and will feature games of
softball, volleyball, horse-shoe
pitching, and tug of war. In the
evening there will be group sing-
ing and dancing to a portable rec-
ord player.
Threatening weather will not
discourage the picnic but it will be
postponed in case of a down-
All those who own musical in-
struments are urged to bring them
to the picnic. A wiener roast will
start at 5:00 p.m.
Tutoring Service
To Disco ntinue
Tutors are no longer available
through the League Undergradu-
ate office it was announced re-
cently by Donnis Murray, chair-
man of Merit-Tutorial Committee.
Tutoring service will be resumed
by the Merit-Tutorial Committee
at the beginning of the 1947-48
fall term.
Those tutoring and being tu-
tored may continue sessions ac-
cording to individual wishes, but
no new tutors will be issued to
students during the remaining two
weeks of classes.
mit 22 eiisimnsisamistise

r V in n n ia mn n

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Hicks of <?engagement of
Ann Arbor have announced the Virginia, to M
engagement of their daughter, sonCeveand T
Priscilla, to Mr. George W. Harms, yeas made at a di
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harms Kappa Gamma]
of Detroit. Miss Hicks is a senior Miss Councell
in the literary college and is a Kappa Kappa
member of Delta Delta Delta. Mr. board and Wyva
Harms is a student in the Law bate from the S
School. Before graduation from Administration
the literary college, he served as en is attending
maptain of the baseball team and Technology in C
was a member of Sigma Phi Ep- is affiliated wit
silon, Michigauma, Druids, and The weddingt
Sphinx. The couple will be mar- The Crisg
ried June 12. ing the Christm

their daughter, their daughter, Patricia, to Mr.
T George Haven, Kemble Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. L. N. Haven Paul K. Lewis of Fargo, N.D. Miss
'he announcement Heustis is a member of Kappa
inner at the Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mr. Lewis re-
house. ceived a master's degree in Feb-
Iis a member of ruary, and was affiliated with Sig-
Gamma. Mortar- ma Alpha Epsilon.

4fG111t, 1x A k
ern. She will grad-
School of Business
in June. Mr. Hav-
Case Institute of
'leveland, where he
b Phi Delta Theta.
will take place dur-
nas holidays.
* *

The recent marriage of Miss Pa-
tricia Owens, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Owens of Detroit, to
Mr. Edson Burton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Burton of Detroit, has
been announced. Mrs. Burton is a
member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
and Zeta Phi Eta. The bridegroom
was graduated from the literary
college in February and was af-
filiated with Phi Kappa Psi.

* Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C.
Mr. and Mrs. William Councell Heustis of Indianapolis, Ind. have
of Cleveland have announced the announced the engagement of

author and lecturer, selected as the "American Mother of 1947"
by the American Mothers Committee of the Golden Rule Founda-
tion, cooks in the kitchen of her home in Cedar Rapids, Ia., where
she does her own housework.

Dan River Luxury Muslin Sheets 81x108-$3.75 now $3.50
72x108-$3.50 now $3.25
Breakfast Cloths At great
Luncheon Sets reductions
Dinner Cloths up to 50%
WE ARE OFFERING many other items at these low prices
as we wish to reduce our inventory and at the same time help
you with your gift problems. Open Saturday till 5:00.
Always Reasonably Priced! 11 NICKELS ARCADE
Thorough practical courses
Approved for Veterans
Perpetual Placement Service

Dean Attends
Inatugurat ion
Assistant Dean of Women, Mary
C. Bromage, represented the Uni-
versity at the inauguration of Dr.
Rosemary Park, new president of
Connecticut College yesterday, at
New London, Conn.
Dean Bromage and Dr. Park
were graduated suma cum laude
from Radcliffe College together.
WAA Notices
In case of rain, games in the
WAA softball tournament will be
shifted to the next day.
This means that all succeeding
games will be played one day later
than originally scheduled for every
day of rain. Monday's game this
week will be played on Tuesday
with the others regularly sched-
uled, however.
The scheduli: for lii k wtfo l
Monday: Kappal "" v,.
Adelia Cheever at 5:10 pjrr
"T a Zeta Tau Alpha v;:,
Alpha Xi Delta 1. Clhi Omega vs.
Stockwell I, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma vs. Pi Beta Phi II at 5:10 p.m.;
Jordan VII vs. Alpha Omicron Pi,
Martha Cook vs. Mosher II, Jor-
dan IV vs. Zone IT team II at 7:10
Wednesday: Jordan V plays win-
ner of Kappa Delta I vs. Adelia
Cheever, Delta Delta Delta plays
winner of Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Al-
pha Xi Delta I, at 5:10 p.m.; Mich-
igan Christian Fellowship plays
winner of Martha Cook vs. Mosher
I, Jordan III plays winner of Al-
pha Omicron Pi vs. Jordan VII.
at 7:10 p.m.

Students wishing free souv-
enir programs fcr the 1917
Michigras may obtain them this
week in the Union Student
Offices or in the lobby of the
Women's Athletic Building.

foar th a t

for evcry typc cif' summer
WV 31'. , Izs 10 1 a
I or th1at ,u'i;fol I1,tllco
l ook . . . our seersucker,
c. haibray) ttc broadcloh~t
suits. Sizes 9-1I5.

.. ;
A .. . ,: p , :" "W.
iS is eo+Y :; s '
t .;
t';:,i " ,' g ;::, - c'
,,: ,e ^ ,,
,.,,,,, ; 1
. t {' ,
} : <" /
_ ,
QC's . c j
62c {.: 1 t Yf.' i(
S t 5'
y} of
{ ! i t
,y, '; ti f ,
} ' i
; t
s .. s t
. kf#4
"'' >

Pretty by sunlight or moon-
light . . . shepherdess-neckline
dress of shadow-sheen cham-
bray woven by Hope Skillman.
Bands of Irish lace embroi-
dery on the wide-flaring skirt.
Starlight blue, shadow green,
brown. Junior Sizes.

.L i.
V ,x I
i F t I Y
T r 'Y



fro Flt Is ,R 1

307 South State;


Founded 1915

William at State

II, _ .__- .--- --- - ._ . ____ __ ._._ _. .. _ ____ __.___________

Sand we have it f or yot
blouse that covers
or leaves there
dirndl skirt . Crisp wa:
chintz or collon in s
plaids. Red, bl
Pitk on while.
and targi

., A ...:A . \,. A ..AV6. .A\ ._.:A\ :. :....

ft I-

co EGE

ag Sunni
W! A bare midri f f
s your shoulders
bare - and a ruf fly

Sunny Day

' .

Compliment-catchers for sum-
mer costumes. Good-to-see-
again shoes in fashion-wise
two-tone combinations . .
white buck with brown, black
or navy trim (also, all white),
Your choice of open or closed
heels and toes.

ishable striped
stripes, florals, and,
lie, black, green, and
Sminall, ,ueditumi
,e sizes.





Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan