SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1953
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Lantern Night To Include Parade, Sing
Annual Line of March
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Glee Club's Spring Concert
Will CarryOn Old Tradition
A, Male Organization Dotes Back 94 Years;
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To Laud Senior Coeds
Early Groups Featured Banjos,
TOMORROW and TUESDAY
Soft glow of japanese lanterns
" carried by presidents of six wom-
en's organizations will herald the
beginning of festivities at the
40th annual Lantern Night pro-
gram which starts at 6:45 p.m. to-
At this time activities for the
event sponsored by the Women's
Athletic Association will commence
with a parade honoring all sen-
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THE LINE of march will form
on the steps of the Memorial
Alumni Building across from the
Union and proceed to Hill Audi-
torium via State Street.
Marian Swanson, President of
the WAA, urges all coeds on
campus who are not participants
in the Lantern Night Sing to
support their house by marching
in the parade.
The WAA President also stated
that it would be "the chance of a
lifetime" for coeds to strut along
with Michigan's Marching and
conducted by Prof. William Revel-
* WAA Notices)
WAA SOFTBALL - Because of
bad weather and cancellations,
games this week have been sched-
uled out of time preference. Also
if Tuesdays games should happen
to be cancelled, they will be played
on Thursday. The schedule reads
Monday - no games (Lantern
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Cheever
I vs. Barbour I* (A); Gamma Phi
Beta I vs. Sorosis I*(A); Vaughn
I vs. Jordan II* (A); Alpha Delta
Pi II vs. Kappa Delta I*(A). At
7 p.m.-Newberry I vs. Couzens I*
(A); Alpha Omicron Pi I vs. Pres-
cott I* (A); Angell I vs. Mosher
II*(B); Alpha Phi I vs. Mosher'
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. Delta
Gamma I vs. Kappa Kappa Gam-j
ma I' (A); Stockwell I vs. Alpha
Gamma Delta I* (B) ; Barbor IIt
vs. Alpha Delta Pi I*(B); at 7 p.m.
-Stockwell III vs. Vaughn II (A ;
Couzens II vs. Angell II* (A); Al-
pha Xi Delta I vs. Hinsdale I* (B).j
*Teams responsible for the bases.
A Teams entered in A tourna-
Positions behind the band will
be filled by the outgoing presidents
of the League, Women's Athletic
Association, Assembly and Pan-
hellenic Association and the
chairman of Judiciary Council
who are Phyllis Kaufman, Nancy
Fitch, Adrienne Shrufro, Diane
Harris and Judy Clancy.
Behind the leaders, houses will
line up as a body in five lines.
The seniors will hold down the
center position flanked by the
sophomores and juniors. Fresh-
man will be situated in the end
Coeds are reminded by Marga-
ret Penney, program chairman, to
wear their ribbons-blue for the
seniors, Yellow for the juniors,
red on the sophomores and green
for the freshmen.
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WHEN THE PARADE reaches
the steps of Hill Auditorium, the
marchers will be led into an M
formation. Before entering the
building for the song fest, the
"Yellow and Blue" will be sung.
As a result of Wednesday's
eliminations session, 12 houses
have been selected to compete
for the Lantern Night trophy.
These houses are Barbour. Alph
Omicron Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta,
Alpha Xi Delt, Delta Delta Delta,
Martha Cook, Kappa Alpha Theta.
Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Beta Phi, Chi
Omega, Alpha Chi Omega and.
Gamma Phi Beta.
RESIDENCES designated to sup-
port the participants are Alpha
Phi, Sorosis, Delta Gamma, Kappa'
Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Al-
ice Lloyd, Cheever, Couzens, New-j
berry, Jordan, Stockwell and
After the performance, the
names of houses winning WAA
tournaments throughout the
year will be announced as will
the winner of the posture cup.
Judges, Miss Ruth Harriss, Miss
Joan Farrell and Dennis Rigan of
the physical education depart-
mentshave already selected this
Music School faculty members,°
Prof. Philip Duey, Miss Arlene
Sollenberger, and Miss Norma
Heyde will judge the choral groups.
judge the choral groups.
LANTERNS TO GLOW-Diane Harris, Phyllis Kaufman, and
Nancy Fitch, retiring presidents of Panhellenic Association, the
League and WAA, prepare the lanterns they will use leading cam-
pus coeds in the annual Lantern Night parade tomorrow.
Pen Pal Program Planned
Singing their way through the
years with a history on campus
dating back to 1859, the Men's
Glee Club will again present their
annual Spring Concert at 8 p.m(
Saturday at Hill Auditorium.
Singing was only a part of the
act when the Glee Club was started
94 years ago. The organization has
at various times included a band,
a small orchestra, native Hawaiian
artists, a banjo quintet, bird imi-
tators, impersonators and mando-
IN THE EARLY 1900's, the Club
was known as the University of
Michigan Glee and Mandolin Club.
Beginning the 1922-23 season,
the organization was renamed
the Michigan Glee Club. An in-
strumental group remained and
the musicians often gave a con-
cert during the early part of a
program and then remained to
play for a dance to round out
the evening's entertainment.
Two seasons later, the final step
in the development of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Men's Glee Club
was taken, and membership since
then has been composed solely of
THE CHANGE took place when
the club planned to compete in
the annual contest of the Inter-
collegiate Glee Clubs and decided
that it was best to separate from
the instrumental group.
With 93 years of concert sing-
ing in the record books, the Glee
Club ranks as the oldest musical
organization on the Michigan
campus and probably is among
the earliest of the college glee
Singing coast-to-coast, from
New York City to Portland, Ore.,
the Glee Club has performed under
the sponsorship of alumni clubs,
concert organizations, civic and
service groups, and school music
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ALONG WITH radio and tele-
vision shows, the Glee Club has
been featured in movie shorts.
"Songs of Colleges," a movie
short featuring the Glee Club,
along with other college glee
clubs, presented scenes from var-
ious campuses while the Club
sang the appropriate college
song in the background.
Filmed in 1951, the picture
brought the Men's Glee Club all
over the world.
This spring the Glee Club made
an extensive tour of the East, play-
ing in Town Hall and on the Ed
Sullivan television show.
NEW AT LOW PRICES
Our beautiful spring toppers are now selling
at a fraction of their original prices.
Originally 39.95 to 98.95
Now from 25.00 to 59.95
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA -
There will be a meeting for all
members of Alpha Lambda Delta,
freshmen women's honorary at
9:30 p.m. today in the League.
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ets for International Ball, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
will be on sale from 1 to 5 p.m.
the rest of this week in the Union
and the Administration Building.
They are priced at $3 per couple.
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PANHEL PETITIONS - The
time has been extended to permit
more coeds to petition for posts on
the Panhellenic Ball and Panhel-
lenic Variety Show committees.
The petitions are due at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League.
PHARMACY BANQUET - Stu-
dents of the College of Pharmacy
recently held their annual banquet
honoring those with high schol-
astic averages. Guest speaker was
John McCartney of the Trade Re-
lations Department of a Detroit
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SHOP-Ten members of the
Choreographers Workshop pre-
sented a one-half hour television
show yesterday which originated
in Grand Rapids. Club Advisor,
Miss Esther Pease introduced and
explained the original student
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Along with the Student Legisla-
ture's program to send aid to its
adopted university in Germany,
the Free University of Berlin, a
pen pal program will be inaugurat-:
To improve relationships with
German students, Phil Nielson,
chairman of the SL program, urges
all campus students to become pen
The German students, many of
whom have fled from the Russianj
Occupied Eastern Zone, of Berlin,
have indicated that they would
like to acquire more information
about the United States on a per-
Students interested in taking
part in the program should
write to the Free University of
Berlin, Aussenreferat, Berlin-I
Dahlem, Garystr, 24, Germany.
Those interested in the letter
exchange should include in their
first letter their age, field of study,
some indication of their interests
and hobbies and whether they
wish to correspond with a male or
Officials of Aussenreferat will
then select the name of a German
student and send it to the individ-
Students going to Inter-Co-
will meet at 2 p.m. today at the
Michigan Co-op, 315 N. State St.
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