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Lantern
Senior Women
To Wear Garb
Of Graduation
Vocal Groups To Vie
For Winners' Awards
Senior women, robed in their
caps and gowns, will be honored
Monday; May 15, in the annual
Lantern Night tradition.
The main event of this 37th
Lantern Night program will be the
singing competition between chor-
al groups from the women's resi-
dences. The winning chorus will
be awarded the first place cup,
won last year by Mosher Hall.-.
THIS YEAR, however, elimina-
tions are being held and only 13
groups will sing instead of the
large number of entries in past
years. The eliminations, will be
1held from 7 to 10 p.m. Monday in
the Hussey Room of the League.
The newly inaugurated award
for posture will be judged Mon-
day while the groups are parti-
cipating in the eliminations.
This will give every group a
chance to receive the award even
A if they don't sing in the regular
Lantern Night program.
The posture cup, which was giv-
" en for the first time in 1948, is now
held by Pi Beta Phi. The cup will
be awarded Lantern Night to the
winning group.
* * *
EVENING FESTIVITIES will
begin with the traditional march
to Hill Auditorium. All women stu-
dents are to line up at 6:45 p.m.
in front of Angell Hall. The Michi-
gan Marching band will lead the
parade around the original 40
acres of the campus and finally
end on the "mall" in front of the
League.
According to the tradition, the
seniors will wear caps and
gowns; junior women are to
have yellow hair bows distin-
guishing them from the sopho-
mores wearing red bows and the
freshmen who will wear green
hair bows.
Strangely enough, Lantern Night
is an out-growth of a program
which originated in 1913 and was
a women's field day on Palmer
Field. All coeds participated in
y various races and events. Gradual-
ly class stunts took the spotlight.
The first line of march took place
around Palmer Field in 1932.
WITH THIS IDEA of a parade
came the tradition of Japanese
Lanterns and hoops and thus the
name'Lantern, Night originated.
It was the custom of the day
for all the seniors to carry Jap-
anese lanterns in the procession.
At the same time, juniors car-
ried hoops through which the
freshmen jumped
At the close of the program, the
senior lanterns were given to the
juniors while the hoops were pass-
ed on to the sophomores.
The school has grown since
then and now all that is left of the
lantern tradition is the carrying of
lanterns by the seniors who head
the line, of march.
Tinker's Band Plays
For Wishing Well Ball
A bona fide wishing well will

provide atmosphere for the Wish-
ing Well Ball which will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow
in the Union Ballroom.
Flower bedecked trellises and a
ceiling of colored crepe paper will
add a touch of springtime to the
r dance. Dancers will be able to toss
money into the wishing well to
make their wishes come true,
Flowers will be sold at a special
booth.
Intermission entertainment will
be provided by Bob Atkins, master
of ceremonies; Jacqueline Hey-
man, pianist and Bob Shetler, ma-
gician.:
Frank*, Tinker's orchestra will
provide music for the dance.
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Festivities

ON THIE IHIOUSIE

Crease Ball To Be Held at Union;
Fake Gendarmes Deliver Summons to Coeds

By PAT BROWNSON
Both the weather and the social season in Ann Arbor seem to be
wholly unpredictable.
Students will be attending everything from a Christmas party to
picnics at the Island this weekend .
KAPPA SIGMA'S, who feel that one Christmas party each year
is not enough, will celebrate the Yuletide once again tomorrow. Santa
Claus will attend in his summer attire and help decorate the tradi-
tional tree. Corsages of branches from last winter's X-mas tree were
hinted at by the social chairman.
NAKAMURA CO-OPERATIVE has issued party invitations to
the other co-ops on campus as well as to anyone else interested in an
evening of gaity tomorrow. Purpose of the informal dance is to dedi-
cate a ,newly renovated living room.
MOTHERS will take over the Phi Gamma Delta house for the
annual Mother's weekend, which will include a May Festival concert
tomorrow and dinner Sunday.
STREET SCENES, depicted by wall murals, will set the theme
for Vaughan House's annual spring semi-formal dance tomorrow.
Hugh Jackson's band is to be featured.
FORMER MICHIGRAS CO-WORKERS, Delta Sigma Phi and
Jor'dan Hall, will combine forces again tomorrow afternoon for a
picnic at the Island. Baseball will be the order of the day.
MEL SACH'S SWINGTET will provide the musical side of Tri-
gon's pledge formal tomorrow, which will be preceded by dinner at the
Stage Coach Inn.
BLUE AND SILVER decorations will predominate at Chi Omega's
pledge formal tonight. Members and their dates will dine at the Union
before gathering at the house for dancing to the rhythm of Dick
Peters.
* * * *
PICNICKING at the Fresh Air Camp tomorrow is planned by
Winchell House. Entertainment will include baseball, 3-legged races,
and both social and square dancing.
OPIUM DENS and waterfront dives will be seen at Theta Xi's
oriental party tomorrow. Decorations will feature Japanese lanterns.
SIGMA ALPHA MU'S pledge formal tomorrow will take place in
a night club atmosphere in the League Ballroom. Dinner at the Union
will preced dancing to music by Dave Cherry and his serenaders. An
informal party tonight will be based on a Lost Weekend theme.
MICHIGAN HOUSE and Couzen's Hall are also planning a joint
picnic tomorow afternoon, with baseball as the featured attraction.
PLEDGES OF THETA DELTA CHI will be honored tomorrow at
a formal dinner at the Allenel Hotel and a dance at the house. Music-
maestro will be Carleton Ryding.
AN IRANIAN DINNER, prepared by students from Persia, is
slated by Nelson International House tomorrow. Honored guest will be
Mahmood Reza Pahlavi, brother of the Shah of Iran.
* * * *
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS will fete it's pledges tonight at a formal
dance at the Washtenaw Country Club. Roger Wellington's band will
play.
PHI DELTA PHI'S full weekend of events will include a dinner
party before Crease Ball tonight, a picnic at the farm of Rockwell
Gust tomorrow and a dinner Sunday.
AN OPEN HOUSE for members and their guests is slated by
Hayden House tomorrow afternoon. E-Q Ball will be the evening's en-
tertainment.
WIVES OF PHI RHO SIGMA will present a potluck dinner to-
morrow for approximately 120 persons at the chapter house. Don
Camp will call for square' dancing afterwards.
DELTA SIGMA DELTA has planned a TV party Sunday-
INFORMAL DANCES will be held tonight by Alpha Epsilon Iota,
tomorrow by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Sunday by Nu Sigma Nu.
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