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May 16, 1948 - Image 5

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SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1948


Annual LanternNight To

Be Given

Tomorrow At Hill


Interviewing for League
Summer Positions To Start

Traditional March To Precede

Weddings &


Interviewing for the summer
positions in the League will be-
gin at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Positions which are open are
president of League, chairman of
the Judiciary Council, social
chairman, chairman of Casbah,
publicity chairman, and dance
Those who are interested in pe-
titioning for these positions should
sign up in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League for their in-
terviews. They are requested to
bring their eligibility cards and
petitions to the interview.
Applicants are advised to read
the Presidents' Reports, in the
League library before writing

their petitions, according to Mary
Carolyn Wright, chairman of the
Interviewing Council.
Senior Society
The dinner at Dean Lloyd's
for Senior Society has been
cancelled, according to Naida
Chernow, president.
Newly elected officers of the
Women's Physical Education Club
are Donna Brown, president;
Betty Botisfield, vice-president;
Jerri Mulson, secretary; Nancy
Sommers, treasurer and Beverly
Haley, publicity.

Song Contest,'
The thirty-fifth annual Lar
Night will be presented tom(
at Hill Auditorium in hono
the graduating seniors.
Festivities will begin at
p.m. when the coeds assembl
front of Angell Hall for the
of march. Seniors will weal
caps and gowns in the parade
each senior will be flanked b
eds from the other three cla
Juniors will wear yellow rib
sophomores red ribbons and fr
men green ribbons to disting
their respective classes.
Leading the parade which
gins at 7 p.m. will be Sarah
mons, president of the Leag
Irma Eichorn, president of
sembly; Sally Stamats, pi
dnt of Panhel Board; Bo
Eaton, president of WAA
Betty llahneman, chairman
Women's Judiciary Council.
The Michigan marching
will lead the marchers on
traditional line of march arc
the campus square. The line
proceed to the compound bete
the League and Hill Auditc
where the marchers will for
block "M" and sing the "Ye
and Blue," led by the band.
Following the parade
marchers will enter Hill At
torium where the song con
will take place. Seats have 1


WAA Awards

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reserved for the different houses
participating and a sign will
designate each section. The pro-
gram is open to the public, in-
eluding riesidents of Ann Arbor.
The participants and the order
of their appearance are as follows:
Jordan Hall, Alpha Delta Pi, Gam-
ma Phi Beta, Stockwell Hall, Kap-
pa Alpha Theta, Betsy Barbour,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Martha
Cook, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha
Xi Delta, Chi Omega, Pi Beta Phi
and Mosher Hall.
The list continues with Alpha
Chi Omega, Mary Markley
House, Adelia Cheever, Zeta Tau
Alpha, Helen Newberry, Delta
Zeta, Delta Gamma, Collegiate
Sorosis, Alpha Gamma Delta,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Kappa Delta,
Alpha Phi and Delta Delta Del-
The participation cup for ath-
letic activity will be awarded by
Dr. Bell. This year, for the first
time, the WAA will present certi-
ficates to the winners of partici-
pation in the respective divisions
of the league houses, sororities and
The program will include com-
munity signing, led by Ruth
Spore, president of the Women's
Glee Club and a short talk by Dr.

La rson-Bauer
Mr. Uno L. Larson of Gary, Ind.
has announced the engagement of
his daughter, Rosemary, to Mr.
R. Glenn Bauer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Bauer of Pittsburgh.
Miss Larson was graduated
from the University in June, '47
and was a member of Zeta Tau
Alpha. Her fiance will receive a
degree in naval architecture in
June. He is a member of Quarter-
deck Society, Tau Beta Pi, na-
tional engineering honorary, and
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.
Plans are being made for a late
summer wedding in Gary.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shearer of
Marengo, Ill., have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Jean, to Mr. James Duncan Kelly,
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kelly
of Caledonia, Ill.
Miss Shearer is a graduate of
Lake Forest College and a mem-
ber of Alpha Delta Pi. Her fiance
is a junior in the forestry school
and a member of Theta Xi fra-
ternity. The wedding will take
place in August.
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PRINCE-Prince Carl Gustav,
2, only son of the late Prince
Gustaf. Adolf and Princess Sib-
ylla of Sweden, tries out the
telephone at Stockholm. Ile is
in direct line to the Swedish
throne after King Giustaf and
the Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf.
WAA Notices
Cancellations in the softball
tournament must be reported to
Joanne Miles, 2-2569 by Monday
noon. The schedule follows:
Monday-5:10 p.m. Jordan I vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma I, Jordan
III vs. Pi Beta Phi III; 7 p.m. Jor-
dan V vs. Stockwell VIII.
Tuesday - 5:10 p.m. Kappa
Kappa Gamma III vs. Alpha Xi
Delta II, Chi Omega II vs. Kappa
Delta III, Delta Delta Delta II vs.
Mary Markley, Couzens I vs.
Alpha Phi I; 7 p.m. Gamma Phi
Beta II vs. Stockwell VI, Betsy
Barbour vs. Stockwell XI, Mich-
igan Christian Fellowship vs. Mo-
sher, Jordan VI vs. Alpha Xi Delta
Wednesday--5:10 p.m. Winner-
of Jordan III--Pi Beta Phi III
game vs. Delta Delta Delta I;
7:00 p.m. Kappa Delta II vs. New-
berry, Delta Gamma I vs. winner
of Jordan V--Stockwell VIII.
Thursday - 5:10 p.m. Stock-
well IX vs. winner of Alpha Phi
I-Couzens game; 7 p.m. winner
of Kappa Kappa Gamma III--
Alpha Xi Delta II vs. winner of
Chi Omegh II-Kappa Delta III
game, winner-of Gammn ihi Beta
II-Stockwell VI vs. winner of
Betsy Barbour - Stockwell XI


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