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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Gamma Phi Wins

Lantern

Night Cup

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Coeds Witness

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Annual Sing,
Prize Giving
Gamma Phi Beta walked off
with top honors last night at the
39th annual Lantern Night fes-
tivities at Hill Auditorium win-
ning both the first place sing and
posture cups.
Directed by Lucille Stansberry
and sponsored by Helen New-
berry Residence, the Gamma Phi's
won first place in the vocal com-
petition with their rendition of
"Sweet Georgia Brown."
* * *
DELTA DELTA DELTA, singing
"Bidin' My Time" under the dir-
ection of Patit Brown and spon-
sored by Alpha Phi was second,
and last year's winners, the Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma's, were third.
This group sang "Me and My
Shadow." Sue Ralston was the
song leader for this chorus and
Kappa Delta, the sponsor.
Other groups singing were Pi
Beta Phi, directed by Nancy
Carter and sponsored by Vaughn
House with "Darkness On the
Delta" and Delta Zeta, singing
"River Boy," under the direc-
tion of Marilyn Floridis and
sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta.

-Daily-Bill Nelle
THE TOPS-Singing "Sweet Georgia Brown," the members of Gamma Phi Beta won first place
honors and the sing cup at last night's annual Lantern Night festivities. The group was also award-
ed the posture cup. Kappa Kappa Gamma and Martha Cook took these awards last year.

* * *
Sponsored by Collegiate Sorosis,
Alice Lloyd Hall sang "Hallelu-
jah." Connie Shepherd directed
the Betsy Barbour chorus, sing-
ing "You'll Never Walk Alone."
Cheever sponsored this group.
* * *
DELTA GAMMA sang "The
Things I Love" under the direc-
tion of Betty Olheiser and spon-
sored by Martha Cook. Also on
the program was 'Couzens Hall
singing "Madame Jeanette" under
the direction of Mary Covert. Chi
Omega sponsored this group.
Alpha Gamma Delta was next
on the program with their se-
lection, "Autumn," directed by
Maury Clark -and sponsored by
Kappa Alpha Theta. Both words
and music for this song were
written by two members of the
sorority.
Directed by Charlotte Hoyt, Al-
pha Delta Pi sang "Sometimes I
Feel Like a Motherless Child,"
sponsored by Alpha Omicron Pi.
Henderson House sang "Now Is
the Month of Maying." Their song

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leader was Sally Bennet and they
were sponsored by Mosher.
* *' *
VOCAL JUDGES for the final
competition were Miss Thelma
Lewis, Associate Professor of
Voice, Mrs. Samuel Estep, direc-
tor of the Women's Glee Club and
Harold Haugh, Associate Professor
of Voice.
The posture cup was awarded
by Dr. Margaret Bell of the
Women's Physical Education de-
partment. Runners-up to the
Gamma Phi's were Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, second, and Alpha
Xi Delta, third.
Basis for judging was the pos-
ture of the choirs and their poise
in singing and walking on and off{
the stage. All groups competing
in eliminations were eligible for
this award.
MAKING THE decisions were
Miss Ruth Harris, Miss Esther
Pease and Dennis Rigan of the
Physical Education Department.
Dr. Bell also presented the
WAA awards to the houses most
active in WAA events. Kappa
Kappa Gamma was awarded the
first place participation cup. In
second place was Alpha Omi-
cron Pi.
Helen Newberry Residence won
a certificate for the most partici-
pation in houses over 100 women
and Adelia Cheever won the same
award for houses under 100.
* * * .
BECAUSE of adverse weather
conditions, the scheduled line of
march did not take place.

The program was opened with
the audience singing, "I Want
To Go Back to Michigan," under
the direction of Neysa Imhoff.
Nancy Fitch, new WAA presi-
dent, then described a few of the
activities of her organization and
gave theNhistory of the annual
Lantern Night program.
A local recording studio made
records of the entire program.
Marion Swanson, song leader dir-
ector, will be present from 4 to 5
p.m. today in the League Under-
graduate Office to take orders for
these records, which are priced
at $2 each.
Committee members for the
event were: Nancy Fitch, chair-
man; Nancy Lewis and Donna
Hoffman, judges; Marion Swan-
son and June Miekka, song lead-
ers; Joyce Dudkin and Katie
Wakeman, program; Lorraine But-
ler and Marilyn Campbell, pub-
licity; Gloria Yough and Elaine
Kihen, patrons; and Barbara Ri-
ley and Mary Malcolm, programs.

Panhel Posts,
League Jobs
Remain Open
Women May Petition
For Dance Offices,
Leadership Positions
Panhel .. .
Deadline for petitions for cen-
tral committee posts on Panhel-
lenic Ball and Variety Show has
been extended to 5 p.m. Thursday.
Positions for the Variety Show
available to any affiliated women
are assistant general chairman,
publicity chairman, newspaper
publicity chairman, stunts chair-
man and displays and posters
chairman.
An ushers chairman and a sec-
retary will also be chosen.
On the Panhellenic Ball com-
mittee, posts available are gen-
eral chairman, assistant chair-
man, decorations and assistant
decorations chairmen and patrons
chairman.
. Other positions on Panhel Ball
are programs chairman, publicity
chairman and ticket chairman.
Those petitioning are asked to
sign up for an interview with the
Panhel Board when they hand
their petitions in at the League
Undergraduate Office.
Panhel Ball is traditionally pre-
sented in the fall. Last year it
was held in the League where Ray
Gorrell and his orchestra played
for the couples. It is a cooperative
presentation of all the sorority
houses on campus.
This year's Variety Show fea-
tured the Musical Depreciation
Revue of Spike Jones.
The central committee is re-
sponsible for choosing the staP of
the Variety Show.
League . .
Petitions for League positions in
summer school are due at 5 p. m.
Friday in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
Openings to be filled are presi-
dent, chairman and two members
of Judiciary, social chairman,
dance class chairman, publicity
chairman and Round-Up Room
chairman.
Women from all classes are eli-
gible to petition for any position,
providing they are not on aca-
demic probation.
The Interviewing Council mem-
bers will be in the Undergraduate
Office of the League from 3 to 5
p.m. every day this week, in order
to aid and advise the petitioners.
Nancy Baehre, chairman of In-
terviewing and Nomninating, states
that the work is not difficult and
provides good experience, especial-
ly for those who consider peti-
tioning in the future for the regu-
lar school term positions.

Interfraternity Council Week
swings into full speed tomorrow
when the annual president's din-
ner will be held at the Union.
Honoring the old and new offi-
cers of the fraternities and the
new officers of IFC, who will re-
ceive keys, the dinner has become
a standing tradition and the ini-
tial event of the social angle of
Greek Week.
* * *
DR. GEORGE PEEK, of the po-
litical science department, will
give the main address.
The final event of the Greek
Week will be the formal dance
on Saturday, from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. in the Intramural Build-
ing. Ralph Flanagan and his
band will provide the dancing
rhythm, accompanied by Harry
Prime and Rita Hayes, his vo-
calists, and the Singing Winds.
"Pirates' Treasure," the theme
of this year's dance, will form a
background all around the IM
Building ' as dancers swing and
sway to the danceable music of
Flanagan's band.
THE IFC COMMITTEE has
planned a publicity stunt for noon
tomorrow on the Diagonal, Fierce
pirates, singing typical songs, most
likely censured, will perform a
series of rites around a huge pi-
rate treasure chest.
This chest will be one of the
main pieces of decoration at the
dance.
Rusty Carlisle and Chuck Pol-
lard are in charge of publicity for
the ball.
* * *
ACCORDING TO Eli Schoen-
field, chairman of tickets, people
who plan to attend the dance may
purchase their tickets from 1:30
p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Administra-
tion Building and from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. on the Diagonal.
A trophy will be awarded to
the fraternity having the largest
percentage of house sales in
tickets. A local jewelry store is
donating the trophy which will
be awarded at the president's
dinner.
IFC Sing, which is the other
main event highlighting Greek
Week is scheduled for Hill Audi-
torium, Thursday night. The pub-
lic is invited and there will be no
charge for admission.
Bob Rose is in charge of the
sing.
* * *
A FULL PAGE on the Interfra-
ternity Council, its activities, and
especially Greek Week, will appear
in the Daily tomorrow.
This week winds up the IFC's

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TO HONOR OLD AND NEW OFFICERS:
Inter-Fraternity Council Week Will Begin
With Annual President'z Dinner Tomorrow

activities for this year, with the
new officers in full charge, look-
ing forward to a successful year
next year.
The council for IFC Week is
made up of fraternity men headed
by Pete Thorpe, president of IFC.
Bruce Maguire is in charge of
IFC Week, while Sandy Robert-

son is handling the publicity for
the Week.
Rusty Carlisle and Chuck Pol-
lard are chairmen of IFO Ball
publicity, with John Messer and
Sam Deyo in charge of the dance.
Kurt Halwadel is in charge of
the president's dinner and Bob
Rose is chairman of IFC Sing.

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At Coffee Hour
Panhellenic and Assembly As-
sociations together with the Exe-
cutive Council of the Union will
sponsor a student-faculty coffee
hour from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow in
the Terrace Room of the Union.
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Presidents
There will be a meeting of
league house presidents at 4:30
p.m. today in the Ann Arbor
Room of the League.

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