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1JTHURSDAY, MAY 12, 1948



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VocalGroups Will Vie at Lantern Nih
Seniors To Wear Traditional
Garb in 36th Annual March

Senior women, garbed in their
traditional caps and gowns, will
be, honored Monday at the 36th
annual Lantern Night.
Main event of the evening will
be the singing competition be-
tween the women's residence halls
with the winning group being
awarded the first place cup, won
last year by Alpha Phi.
Twenty-five houses will take
part in the event and competition
will be based on both the songs
and posture of the groups. The
posture cup, awarded last spring
for the first time, is now held by
Gamma Phi Beta.
JUDGES FOR THE competition
will be Philip Dewey, associate
professor and vocal instructor of
the School of Music, and also di-
rector of the men's glee club; Gen-
eva Nelson, assistant associate
professor of music education and
Thelma Jervis, associate professor
and vocal instructor in the School
of Music.
Records of the songs which
will be sung by each group will
be made the night of the per-
formance and may be purchased
at a later date.
The traditional march to Hill
Auditorium will begin at 7 p.m.
in front of Angell Hall and will
proceed down State Street to
South University, then to East
University and NorthUniversity,
ending at the "mall" next to the
will precede the coeds and upon
reaching the "mall" will play the
"Yellow and Blue."
Leading the women in their
march will be Patricia McKenna,
president of the League; Mary
Carolyn Wright, chairman of
the Women's Interviewing Com-
mittee; Patricia Hannagan,
chairman of the Women's Ju-

diciary Council; Mary Stierer,
president of Panhel Board; Ar-
lette Harbour, president of As-
sembly and Gwen Sperlich, pres-
ident of WAA.
According to tradition, junior
women will wear yellow hair bows
to distinguish them from sopho-
more women wearing red bows.
Freshmen will be at the end of
the line, distinguished by green,
bows in their hair.
CONCLUDING Lantern Night
will be the presentation of WAA
awards when outstanding groups
and individuals will be recognized
for athletic participation.
Lantern Night is the out-
growth of the original Cap Night
which was held in honor of the
graduating senior women. The
name stems from the senick-
custom of carrying Japanese
lanterns in the procession. At
the same time, juniors carried
hoops, through which the fresh-
men jumped.
At the close of the program,
the senior lanterns were given
to the juniors while the junior
hoops were passed on to the soph-

-Daily-Carlisle Marshall
PANEL PARLEY-Junior Panhellenic members and rushing chairman, Chris Blair, discuss the new
counselling system, to be introduced at Michigan next year. Participants in the panel discussion are,
left to right, Eleanor Brockett, Lenette Shaefer, Chris Blair, Joan Beeman, Beverly Clarke and
Margaret Ryburn.
League fnnounces Orientation
fcdvisor Rppointments for Fail



To Host

Sehior Ball Tickets
Tickets for "Senior Swing
Out" will be on sale from 9
p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the Diag
this week and next week.
Beginning next Monday, tick-
ets will also be on sale from 1
a,m. to 4:30 p.m. on the Diag
ministration Building.
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At Informal
Faculty Tea
Members of the Physics depart-
ment will be the honored guests
at the Student-Faculty hour to be
held from 4 to 5 p.m. today in
the Grand Rapids Room of the
Hostesses at the weekly event
will be the women of the New
Women's Dorm and Kappa Kappa
In an effort to foster more in-
formal relations between the stu-
dents and faculty of the various
departments, Assembly and Pan-
hellenic Associations have chosen
this type of social get-together as
the most effective.
Games such as bridge and ping-
pong are interspersed with chatter
about classes and 'topics of gen-
eral interest. Snacks in the form
of potato chips and cokes are
served by the hostesses.
Students and faculty of other
departments are also encouraged
to attend since every one is wel-
come, according to Jean Heidgen,

Additions to the list of new po-
sition-holders named Monday at
the Installation Night Ceremony
have been announced.
Lynn Strieper, Zeta Tau Alpha,
has been named finance chairman
of League dance classes.
Freshman orientation advisors
are: Nancy Williams, Claire Wyatt,
Nancy Somers, Ann McKinley,
Ann Shafer, Joanne Christensen,
Caryl Daly, June Freitag, Lois,
Seiber, Laura Nasset, Lydia Wil-
helm, Laurelyn D. Lamy, Barbara
Ridgeway, Irene Bronko, Priscilla
Ball, Cecily Hume, Florence An-
derson, Sallie Slocum and Carol
OTHERS ARE: Jeri Rich, Sylvia
Clark, Ruth Ann Hansen, Audrey
Finley, Jo Lyons, Sylvia Folz, Doris
Egan, Charlotte Eagle, Mary
Helen King, Jean Decker, Pat
Reed, Nancy Bylan, Jane Buell,
Deora Nelson, Joyce Clark, Arlene
Jewell, Miriam Cady, Alice Ander-
son, Alice 'Coburn, LaVerne
Schmitkons, Mary Ann Gateley,
Nancy Symons, Delores Janusch,
Judy McMillan, Ellen Leepman,
Edith Goldman, Karol Kerr,
Eleanor Doersom, and Rosemary
The list continues with: Renee
Pregulman, Joan Sheppard,
Evelyn Gutenberg, Myrna Rees,
Carol Richards, Eva Kellogg,
Bonnie Honke, Mary Lou Scan-
lon, Agnes Waddell, Valerie Polk,

Jean Bower, Mary Beth Ilowe,
Charlotte Will, Lois Miller,
Yvonne Johnson, Evelyn Dwor-
sky, Shiela McComb, Ileana
Lindh, Helen Streiho.
Reserve freshman orientation
advisors are: Joyce Atchison, Su-
zanne Sears, Mary Jo Wilson,
Betty Richards, Anabel Lendler,
Wilma Wallace, June Skye, Clara
Davis, Mary C. Schiebmacher and
Ann Hammond.
* * *
TRANSFER orientation advis-
ors are: Elizabeth Vinieratos, Lilias
Wagner, Barbara Ann Cress,
Katherine Geigenmueller, Dorothy
Ann Babcock, Mary Corin, Jean

Schutt, Mary Kellogg, Joan Blott,
Mary Jane Inman, Pat Lewis, Ann
Peterson, Frances Little, Ann Flit-
craft, Helen Hager, Virginia Lead-
er, Bluma Zilber, Shirley Ash,
Joan Broomfield, Barbara Sey-
more, Carol Schumaker, GaleI
Huntington, Mary Riggs and Bar-
bara Molyneaux.
The list concludes with: Bar-
bara Hansen, Guida Garon, Jose-
phine Henderson, Ruth Stein,
Katherine Mills, Mary Jo Pfoten-
hauer, Marie Springer, Marilyn
Eisenback, Shirley Hahn, Jackie
Foxgrover, Sharon Lee Kistler,
Carol Tuer, Jane Van Sise and
Mary Davidson.

Junior Panhel
Plans To Ease
Future Rushgin
Ever since the spring rushing
period came to an end, a group of
pledges from the different sorori-
ty houses on campus have been
meeting under the name of Jun-
ior Panhel.
This group has been sponsored
by the Panhellenic Association for
the purpose of acquainting as
many pledges as possible and to
help in-coming Panhel members
to better understand the organi-
zation and functions of the associ-
The work of Junior Panhel so
far has been concerned with the
new counseling system for rush-
ing for next year. They have also
been compiling suggestions for re-
vising the rushing booklet. In ad-
dition they have been drawing up
a constitution and anticipating
future plans.
Jean Bhnn, vice-president of
Panhel, has acted as the new
group's adviser. She has been
present at the meetings, keeping it
in closer contact with the immedi-
ate plans of Panhel.
At the meeting of May 4, a panel
discussion was conducted concern-
ing the counseling system. Those
taking part in the debate were
Margaret Ryburn, Collegiate Soro-
sis, Lenette Shaefer, Delta Gam-
ma, Beverly Clark, Alpha Phi, and
Eleanor Brockett, Alpha Gamma
Delta. The chairman was Chris
Blair, rushing chairman of Pan-
The possibility of the continu-
ance of Junior Panhel is not cer..
tain, and will be decided by the
Panhellenic Association in the fu-
Council Passes
New Guest Rule
Coeds who are to be guests in
women students' organized resi-
dences no longer need a letter
from their hostess, according to a
new bill passed by Women's Ju-
diciary- Council, May 3.
The bill, approved by the Dean
of Women and unanimously
passed by all women's houses on
campus, has now gone into effect.
Women may now sign out in their
own residences and sign in at the
house where they are staying in
the regular procedure, according
to Mary Riggs, new Judiciary
chairman of the League.
Coeds staying in Ann Arbor on
a Friday or Saturday night in oth-
er than organized residences, how-
ever, still must present to their
housemother in advance a letter
from their hostess.
Dames Group
Plans Apron
Michigan Dames Sewing Group
will meet at 8 p.m. today at the
home of Mrs. John Carow, 1305
Kensington Drive.
Members will make aprons at
the meeting, selecting their own
materials and patterns. Textile
paints will be available for trim-
ming the aprons.

The Arts and Crafts Workshop Kraft and Mrs. Robert Servis.
will sponsor an open house and There will be no admission charge.
exhibit from 8 to 10 p.m. today at * * *
the University Community Cen- THERE WILL be a potluck sup-
ter, featuring members' work. per at 6 p.m. today, held at the
Exhibitions will be from the University Community Center.
water color and textile painting Mrs. Philip Bedient is chairman
class, taught by Kinsley Calkins; of the supper which is sponsored
metal work group, Mary Bates, by Village Church Fellowship.
instructor, and ceramics class, THE LITERARY group of the
Cynthia Finn, teacher. Student Wives Club has scheduled
In charge of the display ar- its meeting for 8 p.m. this Mon-
rangements are Mrs. Herbert day at the home of Mrs. James
Eichstadt, Mrs. William Hale and Cox, 1214 Rutland.
Mrs. Donald Giese. On the re-
freshment committee are Mrs.
Charles Carr, Mrs. Frank Gian-
netti and Mrs. Christian Nessler.
Mrs. Stanton Babcock is in
charge of publicity. Serving on the Island 'N icpic
kitchen committee are Mrs. Karl

Frosh Weekend
Teams To Hold
Picnic Sunday
As a fitting anticlimax to the
Frosh Weekend, members of the
victorious Blue team will give a
party in honor of the Maize team
at 4 p.m. Sunday on Palmer Field.
Anyone who served on either
committee is welcome to attend,j
according to Joyce Howard and
Mary Muller, chairman and as-
sistant chairman of the Blue
Coeds planning to attend the
picnic may sign up on the bulle-
tin board in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
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The International Students' As-
sociation has requested a sunny
day of the weatherman for the
hours from 2 to 6 p.m. this Satur-
day when they will hold their an-
nual picnic on the Island.
Harshad B. Desai is the general
chairman of the "Niepic" and
John Davies is in charge of or-
ganizing the sports program. He
promises among other things, a
rousing baseball game and some
spirited volleyball.
Mrs. Toni Leeds will be in charge
of the refreshments which will
include potato salad, hot dogs, tid
soda pop.
Tickets are on sale at the In-
ternational Center and everyone
is invited to attend. The group
will be starting from the Center
at 1:30 p.m. to go to the Island.

Office and Portable Models
of all makes
Bought, b
G. t. Requisitions Accepted
314 South State St.




(Continued from Page 4)
Political Science Graduate
Round Table: 7:30 p.m., West
Conference Room, Rackham Bldg.
Political Science graduate stu-
dents are required to attend. Wives
are invited.
American Ordnance Association:
Final meeting of the semester,
7:30 p.m., Architecture Audito-
rium. Prof. E. T. Vincent, Mechan-
ical Engineering, U. of M., will
speak on "Jet Propulsion." Open
to 'the public. Members who have
made reservations are reminded
that the bus for the "A. C. Spark
Plug" trip, Fri., May 13 will leave
from the side entrance to the Un-
ion at 11:30 a.m.

1 11 "

/4eaie fote:
There's No Dance at the Union
This Friday...
Palmer Field
But Saturday .. -
It's "Tinker Time"
at The Membership Dance
Michigan Union Ballroom
9:00-12:00 P.M.

Michigan Union Opera: A short
meeting of all cast and staff mem-
bers of "Froggy Bottom," 7 p.m.,
Rm. 3-G, Union. Cast will receive
money for cleaning epenses of
personal clothing used in show.
Officers for the Union Opera Com-
pany will be elected.
Zeta Phi Eta, Speech Arts:
Chapter meeting, 4:15 p.m., 4208
Angell Hall. Election of officers.
Marketing Club: Meeting, 4
p.m., 131 Business Administration
Bldg., to prepare for the Michigan
Chapter Meeting of the American
Marketing Association on May 17.
Delta Sigma Pi, Professional
business administration frater-
nity: Informal initiation, 7:30
p.m., Union.
Alpha Phi Omega: Meeting 7
p.m., Union. Election of next year's
officers and plans for banquet. All
members are urged to attend.
Graduate History Club: 8 p.m.,
West Lecture Room, Rackham

Bldg. Election of officers and plan
for a party.
Committee for Civil Rights:
Membership meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Union. Everyone is invited.
La p'tite causette: 3:30 p.m.,
Grill Room, League.
UWF: Last meeting of semester.
Election of officers for next terms;
annual report. 7:30 p.m., Union.
U. of M. Dames Sewing Group
meet at the home of Mrs. John
Carow, 1305 Kensington Drive, 8
Michigan Library Association:
"What's New for Children"-Phyl-
lis Fenner, Librarian, Plandome
Road School, Manhasset, N.Y.,
speaker at dinner, Michigan
League Ball, Room, 7 p.m.
Coming Events
Michigan Interscholastic Press
Association Conference: auspices
of the Department of Journalism;
Rackham Building. Fri., May 13.
General session. Address, "Wash-
ington correspondent, United Fea-
ture Syndicate, 10:30 a.m., Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
Undergraduate Psychology So-
ciety trip to school for mentally
retarded children has been
changed to Mon., May 16. Sign up
on list posted on third floor bul-
letin board, Natural Science Bldg.
The University of Michigan In-
ter-Arts Union will present a STU-
and 15. Four sessions; first, 3 p.m.,
Saturday, May 14, League Ball-
room; second, Saturday, 8 p.m.,
University High School Audito-
rium; third session, 3 p.m., Sun-
day, League Ballroom; final meet-
ing, 8 p.m., Sunday, Lane Hall.
(Continued on Page 7)


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