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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1948

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Annual Lantern Night Scheduled for May 1

Gowned Seniors To Lead Line of March;
WAA Participation Cup Will Be Presented

Annual Installation Ceremonies
To Be Held May 3 in Rackham

Sweet music fills the air as
coeds in dormitories, sororities
and league houses blend their
voicesin preparation for the
thirty-fifth annual Lantern Night
scheduled for May 17 in Hill Au-
ditorium.
The tradition-packed program
will begin with the line of march.
Seniors, robed in caps and gowns,
will be honored as they march
around the campus to Hill Audi-
torium. The five senior women
Senior Ball
All senior men and women
interested in working on the
Senior Ball publicity commit-
tee should attend a meeting at
7 p.m. tomorrow in the Garden
Room of the League. Every res-
idence is urged to send at least
one representative.

holding top positions in activities
will lead the march carrying the
Japanese lanterns for which the
ceremony is named. Eachsenior
will be flanked by four underclass-
men with class-denoting ribbons.
Songs at Lantern Night will
range from the lilting melodies
of folk songs to the dreamy
quality of lyric song. This year
the committee recommends that
groups not sing house songs.
Choruses may number no more
than 30 members and songs may
be no longer than three min-
utes and no soloists may be
used.
Defending winner of the Lan-
tern Night Cup is Alpha Chi Ome-
ga whose presentation of 'Fire-
light Serenade' won the 1947 con-
test. The runner-up was Helen
Newberry Residence.
The Women's Athletic Associ-

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ation Participation Cup is also
presented at the Lantern Night
program.
The annual program Is an out-
growth of a play day held in 1913
on Palmer Field. This year's pro-
gram will be open to the public
and no admission will be charged.
- Jnion To QGiv
Helizapoppin
The Union "will go to hell" Sat-
urday when it presents its annual
Hellzapoppin' dance from 9 p.m.
to midnight.
Loyal Jodar, chairman of the
strictly informal affair, stated
that the dancers will enter the
fire-bedecked ballroom through
the "gates of hades."
Set to stage the zaniest dance
in campus history, the Union Ex-
ecutive Council has redoubled its
efforts to make itself worthwhile
on campus with the goal of re-
ducing the once proud Rainbow
Room to a shambles.
One of the featured attractions
will be a Ttupence Farthing bike,
over 100 years old, which was im-
ported from Lower Slobovia. It
is rumored that this contraption
will navigate across the ceiling
from time to time throughout the
evening.
West Quad BalIl
Johnny Oakes and his or-
chestra will play for dancing
at the annual West Quad
"Spring Fantasy," to be pre-
sented from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday.
The Quad will be trans-
formed into a spring garden,
highlighted by blossom covered
arbors and garden pools, and
lighted by Chinese lanterns.
WAA Notices
Modern Dance-Practice for the
program will be held at 7 p.m.
today in the Dance Studio of Bar-
bour Gym.
Golf-Membership in the club
is open to all women, advanced
and beginning golfers. Practice
and instruction will be given with1
number 5 iron and putter at1
5:10 p.m. today at the WAB. t

The annual Installation Night,
naming position holders in the
League, WAA, Panhellenic and
Assembly, will be held at 7:30
p.m. Monday, May 3 in Rackham
Auditorium.
The "new blood" of next year's
wide variety of women's activ-
ities on campus will be supplied
with the appointment of the mem-
bers of League Council, Assembly
Board officers, Panhel Board, Ju-
diciary Council, WAA officers and
Board, women's editor of The
Daily and members of the central
committees of Soph Cabaret and
JGP.
Dean Alice Lloyd will give an
informal talk and will make the
third annual presentation of the
Ethel McCormick scholarships.
The Delta Delta Delta Scholar-
ship will also be given at this
time. Senior Society and Scroll
will announce new members
with their traditional "tapping"
procedure.
Installation of leaders in the
campus "women's world" will con-
tinue with recognition of the new

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SKIER-Ann Sothern, versatile
Hollywood actress, spends a re-
cent vacation and much needed
rest at one of her favorite sports,
skiing in the mountains.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)

ATTENTION!
MEN STUDENTS
POSITIONS NOW OPEN
FOR SALESMEN
AND ASSISTANT MANAGERS
Our representative, will be at our Ann Arbor
store, 323 S. Main St. on Tuesday, May 4th to in-
terview students for salesren and assistant man-
agers for Grinnell stores throughout Michigan.
Splendid opportunities for ambitious men. If you
will soon be out of college, write for an interview.
Address: Grinnell Brothers, 1515 Woodward Ave.
Detroit 26. Att. Mr. J. C. Henderson.

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Room 100, Military Headquarters.
All active members are requested
to attend. Film: "Task Force Wil-
lawaw," concerning recent opera-
tions and tests conducted by the
Army in the Aleutians. Refresh-
ments.
Tau Delta Fraternity: 7:30 p.m.,
Room 220, Michigan Union.
Young Democrats: 7:30 p.m.,
Room 302, Michigan Union. Dis-
cussion of plans for registration
campaign and of the coming state
convention. New members invited.
Hawaii Club: 7 p.m., Fireside
Room, basement, Lane Hall.
Italian Languiage Conversation
Group: Coffee Hour, 2-4:30 p.m,
Michigan League Cafeteria. Be-
ginners welcome.
Square Dancing Class, sponsored
by the Graduate Outing Club: 8
p.m., Lounge, Women's Athletic
Bldg. Small fee. Everyone wel-
come.
Outlines of Jewish History:
Rabbi Herschel Lymon will hoid
his weekly class at 4 p.m., B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation. All stu-
dents invited.
Roger Williams Guild: Mid-
week "chat" at the Guild House,
4:30-6 p.m.
Faculty Women's Club: Annual
luncheon, 12:45 p.m., Michigan
Union Ballroom, followed by an-
nual meeting and election of of fi-
cers.
Coming Events
International Center weekly tea:
4:30-5:30 p.m., Thurs., April 29.
Hostesses: Miss Elizabeth Wagner
and Mrs. Leona Diekma.
Ordnance film hour: Thtirs.,
April 29 at the home of Major
Niccolls, 1309 Geddes. Attendance
is restricted to 1st and 2nd year
students intending to elect Ord-
nance in their third year and Ad-

vanced Course Ordnance students.
Program:
A. General Technical Films:
"Vacuum tubes - Elementary
Electron Theory and the Diode
Tube."
"Vacuum tubes-the triode and
multi-purpose tubes."
B. Ordnance Equipment Films:
"Mechanisms of the M5 and M6
Nechanical Directors."
"Employment of Electrical Di-
rectors."
C. Combat Applications Films:
"The Combat Team."
Sphinx Club: Thurs., April 29,
7:30 p.m., Rm. 220, Michigan Un-
ion.
Sigma Delta Chi: 7:30 p.m.,
Thurs., April 29, Michigan Union.
Alpha Phi Omega, National
Service Fraternity: Meeting for
all members and pledges, Thurs.,
April 29, Michigan Union. This is
the final deadline for the pay-
ment of any past due feets or
membership dues.
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Yes S;r! The Union will "go to H---" (goodness) this Saturday with
it's annual Hellzapoppin, a take-ofd on the Olson and Johnson produc-
tion. Loyal Jodar, chairman of the dance, stated that dancers would enter
the fire-bedecked ballroom through the "Gates of Hades."

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