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DAY, MAY 20,1951





Annual Lantern Night Festivities Will Honor
Graduating Women with Singing Tomorrow






Lantern Night's 38th annual
program will be held at T:30 p.m.
tomorrow in Hill Auditorium.
The traditional sing, honoring
graduating senior women, is pre-
sented by the Board of the Wo-
men's Athletic Association.
* * *
THERE WILL not be a line of
march as in previous years, be-
cause the Michigan Marching
Bnd is unable to lead the pro-
cession. This year Lantern Night
festivities will begin with a pre-
sing program at Hill Auditorium.
QrFeatred in this entertain-
ment will be senior class leaders
I~ris Ball, Patty Breon, Barbara
Little, Deora Nelson, Jeannie
Quirk, Marilyn Thisted and Jane
Representing the junior women
in the program will be Joan Bee-
man, Mickey Sager, Catherine
Sotr, and Nancy Watkiis. Sopho-
more class leaders will include
Susan Craig, Nancy Eichenlaub,
Phyllis Kaufman and Frances
* * *
represented by Phyllis Bettman,
Jan Goldstick, Janet Netzer and
Sue Spurrier.
The next part of the program
will be the all-women sing, con-
siting of twelve choral groups,
selected at eliminations Thurs-
day night to participate in the
final contest for the first place
These choruses will be sponsored
by other choral groups who are
not singing in the program.
* * *
schedule, which was set up by the
Lantern Night committee, Alpha
Onicron Pi will begin the sing,
sponsored by Jordan Hall.
Second on the program will be
Delta Delta, Delta, who will be
cheered on by Alpha Gamma
Delta. Alpha Chi Omega will
support the Delta Gamma cho-
Next will be Barbour, who has
as its sponsor, Pi Beta Phi. Kappa
Kappa Gamma, fifth on the pro-
gram, will be supported by Mosher
* * *
STOCKWELL will be cheered
by their sponsors, Alpha Delta Pi.
Couzens Hall will be supporting
Chi Omega, while Kappa Delta
will serve in the same capacity for
the Newberry chorus.
Alpha Xi Delta will sing next,
sponsored by the members of
Henderson House and Adelia
Cheever. Following this choral
group will be Martha Cook,
cheered on by Collegiate Sorosis.I
Kappa Alpha Theta will be sup-
ported in th* attempt to gain
the cup by Alpha Phi. Last in thet

Deadlines Set
For Petitioning
Panhel Show Posts,
League Jobs Open
Petitions for women who desire
summer League positions are due
at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Positions available include
League president, Judiciary Coun-
cil president, two Judiciary mem-
bers, League social chairman,
dance class chairman and Round
Up Room chairman, who will be
in charge of mixers.
Square dancing and bridge les-
sons will be handled by the social
chairman while the dance class
chairman' will be in charge of the
regular dance classes.
Old petitions and presidents'
reports are available for those
who desire to use them.
Interviewing will take place
from 3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday
and Thursday at the League.
* * *
Coeds interested in petitioning
for next year's Panhellenic Variety
S h o w should contact Beverly
Clarke by Monday, May 17.
Positions open are assistant
chairman, secretary, chairman of
ushers, news and radio publicity
chairman, stunt publicity chair-
man and display and poster dis-
tribution chairman.
Miss Clarke requests that those
who have petitioned for Panhel-
lenic Ball do not petition again.

Seniors will take the last social
"fling" of their college days from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in the
Union Ballroom as they dance to
the strains of Hal McIntyre's mu-
sic at the annual Senior Ball.
The dance will be centered
around a "college days" theme
with various campus colleges com-
bining their efforts in preparing
for the ball.
Panels on the walls will serve as
reminders of different phases of
college life.
Experiences ranging from hap-
penings in the "green" freshman
year, the "almost-upper-classman-
air" of the sophomore year, the
complacent "looking down" atti-
tude of the junior and the superior
"lofty" senior year will be pic-
Senior Ball will be the last big
dance of the school year. Tradi-
tionally a formal dance, this year
informal wear will be stressed for
the first time.
Co-chairmen, Val Lamper and
IZFA Outing
IZFA members will meet at 2
p.m. today at the WAB to go to
the Island for a picnic.
Elections will be held at the

Senior Ball, Mcintyre's Band
Will Climax Social Calendar

George Milroy, announce that
tickets for the dance are now
open to all the campus.
Tickets may be purchased for
$3.60 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in the
Administration Bldg.
[WAA Notices)
The annual WAA softball tour-
nament is nearing the final stages
of play.
The schedule for the week is as
follows: Tomorrow at 5:10 p.m.--
Delta Gamma I vs. Jordan IV*;
Alpha Phi I vs. Zeta Tau Alpha I*.
Tuesday at 7 p.m.-Mosher II vs.
Stockwell IV*; Barbour II vs.
Stockwell IX*; Kappa Kappa
Gamma I vs. Barbour I*; Palmer
I vs. Henderson I*.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Xi Delta I vs. winner of Delta
Gamma I - *Jordan IV*.
Thursday at 7 p.m.-Mosher I
vs. winner of Mosher II - Stock-
well IV*; Jordan III vs. winner of
Barbour II - Stockwell IX*; win-
ner of Kappa Kappa Gamma I -
Barbour I vs. winner of Palmer
I - Henderson I*.
Starred teams are responsible
for bases and home plate.


-Daily-Malcolm Shatz

PROPER PREPARATION-The two women pictured above are
rehearsing their parts with their song leader for the Lantern
Night program, which will begin at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Hill



Union To Give
Bluebook Ball
Students To Relax
Before Finals Begin
Exam-stricken students w ill
have an opportunity to forget
their troubles at the Uniongs semi-
annual Bluebook Ball tonbe held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Satur-
day in the Union ballroom.
Enormous bluebooks will set the
scene for the dance. One blue-
book ten feet high will provide
the backdrop for Frank Tinker's
Couples will be able to rate each
other on the miniature bluebooks
that will be used for programs.
In the hallway leading into the
ballroom large blackboards will be
set up so that students can draw
pictures of their professors or
practice solving problems between
Door prizes will be awarded.
Elimination dances will be fea-
tured as intermission entertain-
Tickets for the dance will- be
$1.50 per couple. They may be
purchased at the Union.
Phys Ed Picnic
The Women's Physical Edu-
cation Club and faculty advis-
ors will have a picnic at 3:30
p.m. today at the Island.

Berg Will Star
At GolfShow
An exhibition on golfing will be
given at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow, may
21 at the University golf course by
Patty Berg, professional golfer.
Miss Berg has won all the out-
standing women's national titles
as an amateur golfer. Now pro-
fessional, Miss Berg travels around
the country as a clinic conductor
under the auspices of a sporting
goods firm.
Accompanying Miss. Berg are
Betty MacKinnon and Betsy
Rawls, runner-up to Babe Didrick-
son Zaharias in the 1950 Women's
National Open.
The threewomen will conduct
the exhibition which will consist
of a clinical analysis of golfing and
a demonstration of golfing tech-
Miss Berg will also play a few
holes of golf with Miss MacKinnon
and Miss Rawls.
The exhibition is under the .di-
rection of the Women's Physical
Education Department and the
Golf Club of the Womens Athletic
Association. The public is invited.
Guest Speaker 'T4 OTalk
At International House
Barbara Munn, who has lived at
the international house at Colum-
bia University, will speak to the
residents of Nelson International
House at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
Miss Munn will also show slides.


Sing will be Delta Zeta, sponsored
by Gamma Phi Beta.
* * *
be judged by Harold Haugh, As-
sociate Professor of Voice, Miss
Thelma Lewis, Associate Professor
of Voice, and Maynard Klein, As-
sociate Professor of Chotal Music
and director of University Ghoirs.
The choral group giving the
best singing performance will be
awarded the first place cup. A
cup will also be awarded to the
women's chorus having the best
posture while singing.
All entries in eliminations were
judged for the posture cup, and
therefore the group winning this
honor may not necessarily be in
the Lantern Night program.
* * *
THE LAST PART of the pro-
gram will consist of WAA awards.
A cup will be awarded to the
house having the highest partici-
pation in athletics, and certifi-
cates will be given to the dormi-
tory, sorority and league house
having the highest participation
record in each division.
Individuals will also be rec-
ognized for participation in
WAA activities.
The seating chart and the list
of sponsors for the Lantern Night
Lasting Polish
Experts advise adding a coat of
wax polish to silver, brass or cop-
perware after polishing it with
regular polish.
The wax is applied with a soft
damp cloth.


program will be posted on the bul-
letin board in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
The League is the only place
where seating information will be









MODEL for 1951


Ist PRIZE-$50 IN
2nd PRIZE-$25 IN





Shirley Forsyth '52
--Martha Cook





Janet Denham '51
-Delta Delta Delta



Barbara Ellicott'52
-Alpha Xi Delta

Diane Halbrook'54
-League House

Margy Boos '53
-Pi Beta Phi

Shirley Davidson '51
-*Kappa Delta

Susan Roos '53
-Gamma Phi Beta


ALL BALLOTS must be at Marti Walker's by
6:00 P.M. May 24.
WINNERS to be announced in The Michigan
Daily May 27.
or The Michigan Daily.
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Sketched suit 12.95.



Binney Manley '51
-Kappa Alpha Theta


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