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2.1951

THE MICflGAN ILAILY

PAGE

KKG Wins

Lantern Night

Cup

* *

* *

Martha Cook
Ranks eCOnd
In CoedSing
Award Posture Cup,
Participation Trophy
At Annual Festivities
Kappa Kappa Gamma sang its
way into first place last night at
the 14th annual Lantern Night
program.
The sorority was awarded the
Sing cup by Abby Funk, chairman
of the traditional event and new
president of WAA.
* * *
SECOND PLACE in singing com-
petition was taken by Martha
Cook, while Alpha Xi Delta took
third place honors. Delta Gamma
was fourth --place winner, while
fifth place went to Delta Delta
Delta.
Thessecond and third place
winners, were awarded scrolls,
which were given for the first
time this year.,
Another highlight of the evening
was the announcement that
Martha Cook had received the
Posture cup, which was awarded
by Dr. Margaret Bell, chairman of
the Women's Physical Education
Department.
* * *
CHI OMEGA took second place
in the posture division, and Cou-
zens and Alpha Gamma Delta tied
for third place hoonrs.
Dr. bell also awarded the ath-
letIc cup and certificates f or
highest percent participation in
WAA activities. Chi Omega was
presented with the athletic cup
and received a certificate for
highest participation in the
sorority division. °
Helen Newberry took honors for
participation in the division of
houses over 100 residents, while
Adelia Cheever received the certi-
ficate for houses under 100.
* *
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FIRST PLACE-Kappa Kappa Gamma toOk first place honors at the Annual Lantern Night pro-
gram last night in Hill Auditorium with their rendition of "Mood Indigo.' They are shown singing
under the direction of Nancy Claar on the stage a t Hill.' They were sponsored by Mosher during the
program at which the participation and posture cups were also awarded.f
* * * * * * *

Delta, Alpha Xi Delta and Alpha
Phi placed second, third, fourth
and fifth respectively. Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma and Delta Delta Delta
received certificates, based on the
percentage of women participat-
ing.
Betsy harbour and Mosher
took second and third place, re-
spectively, in the division of
over 100 residents, while Hollis

House was runner-up in the
under 100 division.
Dean Deborah Bacon announced
that Delta Delta Delta was award-
ing two scholarships this year,
one going to Patricia Joy, a mem-
ber of the sorority. The recipient
of the second scholarship will be
announced later.
* * *
BEGINNING the Lantern Night

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Brey - Corbat
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brey of
Caspian, Mich., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Stella, to Kenneth L. Corbat, son
of Mr. and M~'s. Louis D. Corbat
of Oxford, Mich.
Miss Brey is a graduate of the
University, and Mr. Corbat ob-
tained his B.A. degree at Miami
University. Both are now doing

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The wedding will take place
June 16 in Ann Arbor.
Lang -.Goldberg
Lila Vera Lang, a junior in law
school, was married recently to
Mark G. Goldberg of New York
City. Mr. Goldberg, a graduate of
Columbia University, is a security
analyst. He is a twice decorated
veteran of World War II.
The bride's father, Eugene J.
Lang, is a publisher of a chain of
weekly newspapers in Westchester
County, New York.i
The newlyweds are now living
in Ann Arbor.
Nelson - McLelan
Mrs. Beatrice Nelson of Detroit
has announced the engagement of
her daughter, Deora, to Joseph F.
McLellan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph F. McLellan also of De-
troit.
Miss Nelson, a senior in the lit-1
erary college, was formerly Asso-
ciate Business Manager of The
Daily, and is now president of
Assembly Association. Mr. Mc-
Lellan is a graduate of law school
and is affiliated with Delta Theta
Phi, professional law fraternity.
The couple is planning to bej
married Sept. 22 in Detroit.

program, Abby Funk welcomed the
audience to the Sing and gave a
brief history of the traditional
event.
In order to impress upon the
audience the scenes which took
place when Lantern Night first
originated, class leaders partici-
pated in a pre-sing program.
First entered the juniors, Joan
Beeman, Miriam Sager, Catherine
Sotir and Nancy Watkins with
bright yellow hoops. The sopho-
mores, Susan Craig, Nancy Eichen-
laub, Phyllis Kaufman and Fran-
ces Reitz, then entered carrying
red pom-poms, followed by the
freshmen, Phyllis Betman, Janet
Goldstick, Janet Netzer and Sue
Spurrier.
* * * a
THESE class leaders formed the
block M,-which was. originated
when the, Sing was held on Palmer
Field. Then the senior women en-
tered wearing caps and gowns and
carrying lanterns. The senior lead-
ers, Pris Ball, Pat Breon, Jennie
WAA Board will hold a bus-
iness meeting followed by a pic-
nic at 5 p.m. tomorrow in WAB.
Quirk, Barbara Little, Deora Nel-
son, Marilyn Thisted and Jane
Topper, outlined the block M,
formed by the other class leaders.
Following the formation, the
sophomores presented the fresh-
men with the colors, the juniors
gave their hoops to the sopho-
mores and the seniors awarded
the juniors their lanterns.
After they had demonstrated
this old ritual, they sang, accom-
panied by the audience, "The Yel-
low and Blue."
PREVIOUS to the Sing, Miss
Funk expressed her appreciation
to her committees for the job they
had done, and also announced that
recordings were to be made of the
Sing.
Sponsors and supporting mem-
bers of the choral groups added
spirit and color to the sing pro-
gram. Yells and songs greeted each
participant as they assumed their
positions on stage.

Hillel Plaque,
Keys Awarded
Annual Tea Honors
Students for Services
Various students and 6rganiza-
tions who have done outstanding
work for Hillel were honored by
Rabbi H. Lyman at Hillel's annual
Awards Tea Saturday, May 19.
Keys for outstanding service to
Hillel during the past academic
year were presented to Walter J.
Rubiner, Eva Stern, Charles
Kauffman, Marilyn Kollenberg,
Guida Garon, Bill Altman, Alden
Harris, Melvin Swartz, Joyce Dud-
kin, Al Friedman, Felicia Weiss-
man, and Ceil Schnapic.
Cabinet Awards for outstanding
work for Hillel over a period of
years went to Joyce Simon and
Jeanette Rosen. Their names will
be engraved on a plaque which
will be displayed in the new Hillel
building when it is completed.
Sanford Shanblatt and Sherwin
Wine received the Milford Stern
Award for doing the most for Hil-
lel in public speaking.
The Hillelzapoppin Cup went to
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity for their
prize winning skit in Hillelzapop-
pin.
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity re-
ceived the United Jewish Appeal
Carnival cup for the best booth.
The Affiliated Participation cup
went to Sigma Alpha Mu frater-
nity.
13etsy Barbour
Annual Dinner
Honors Coeds
Betsy Barbour residents held a
dinner last Thursday night to
honor those in the dormitory who
have received various awards and
distinctions.
The program began with a wel-
come to the guests after which
the new officers were introduced
and presented with roses.
The newly elected officers are
Margi Adams, president; Barbara
Hatosky, vice-president; Cynthia
Boyes, secretary; Gerry Wunsch,
treasurer and Janet Netzer, social
chairman.
Roses were presented next to
those women who have achieved
distinctions in scholarship and In
activities, and those who have
been elected to honorary societies.
New chairmen of the dormitory
were also announced.
Dr. Deborah Bacon, dean of
women, presented the Barbour
scholarships. Those receiv-
ing these scholarships were Kitty
Bond, Joan Heiderer, Blanche
Jones, Barbara Hatosky, Frances
Reitz and Margi Adams.
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DELTA GAMMA SPONSORED:
Ice Cream Social Proceeds To Aid Project

Proceeds from an ice cream
social sponsored by Delta Gamma
from 7 to 10 p.m. tonight will go
to their national project, Sight
Conservation and Aid to the Blind.
The social; which will be held
at 1205 Hill St., will be postponed
until Wednesday in case of rain.
* * *
ENTERTAINMENT during the
evening will feature the Delta Tau
Delta quartet and the Sig Ep band.
Ice cream cones and sodas will
be served.
The sight conservation project
was officially adopted by Delta

Gamma in 1938. Since that
time, it has steadily worked to
establish centers for the blind
and scholarships for orthoptic
training.
League Petitions
Petitions for women who de-
sire summer League positions
are due at 5 p.m. today in the
League Undergraduate office.
Interviews will be held from 3
to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Friday
in the League.

It has also worked to establish
testing programs for pre-schoc
children and for aid to blind vet
erans.
THE ORGANIZATION also fi
nances braille books, records and
guide dogs for the blind and
glasses for the partially blind a
another phase of the project.
A nursery school for visually
handicapped children is main
tained by alumnae groups in an
near Los Angeles as a special.par
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