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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FMAY, APRIL 3 a, 1954

AGE SIT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1954

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WAA To Sponsor Annual Parade League Opens
Intitir N h Fi . New Positions,
Initiating Lantern Night Fest mes
Pet~iitin forS m mer

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Sppnsored by the Women's Ath-
letic Association, the 41st annual
Lantern Night, an event for all
women on campus, will take place
at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 10, in
Hill Auditorium.
The program held in honor of
graduating senior women, will be-
gin with a parade at 7 p.m. It will
originate in front of Alumni Mem-
orial Hall and end on the steps of
Hill Auditorium.
* * *
PICKING UP the University
Marching Band in front of the
Union, the parade will be headed
by five of the leading women on
campus, who will carry lanterns.
They include Susan Riggs, former

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president of the Women's League;
Barbara Bos, former chairman of
the Women's Judiciary Council;
Dolores Messinger, former presi-
dent of Assembly Association;
Marion Swanson, former president
of the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion and Martha Hill, former pres-
ident of Panhellenic Association.
Behind them, marching in five
lines, will be the honored seniors
in the center wearing blue bows,
with the juniors on their right
side with yellow ribbons in their
hair.
To the left of the seniors will be
the sophomores with red bows. The
freshmen will be in the two outside
lines wearing green ribbons. Each
coed is asked to furnish her own
ribbon.
* * ,
UPON REACHING the steps of
Hill Auditorium, the coeds will
form a huge block 'M.' Each wo-
men's residence will carry their
house banner.
In case of bad weather by 5
p.m., the parade will be cancel-
led.
When the procession is complet-
ed, the evening's main event, the
Lantern Night Sing, will be held
in the Auditorium. Choral groups
from the various women's resi-
dences will take part in the pro-.
gram and compete for prizes.
* * *
THE WOMEN singing at this
time, will be the finalists from the
eliminations to be held Wednes-
day, in Hill Auditorium. Only
about one half of the houses try-

ing out are selected to appear at
the Lantern Night program.
Houses which are not chosen,
will support the competing
groups with cheers and songs.
The "choral group giving the best
performance on the basis of in-'
terpretation, artistic effect, inton-
ation, accuracy, tone, rhythm, dic-
tion, presentation and appearance
will be awarded the first place cup.
A cup will be given at this time
for the house judged to have the'
best posture during the elimina-
tions.
The winner of the TIFC Sing will
be asked to perform on the pro-
gram.
Last year's winner of the first
place cup was Martha Cook, with
a medley of American songs. The
second and third glace winners

Open to Eligible Coeds
Foreseeing the nearness of June
21, the opening date of summer
school, Sally Lorber, chairman of
the League's Interviewing and
Nominating Committee has an-
nounced that petitioning for sum-
mer school positions is now open.
Open positions include president,
chairman and two members of
Judiciary, social chairman, dance
class chairman, and publicity
chairman. Petitions are due at 5
p.m. Wednesday, May 14, in the
League Undergraduate Office.
In the summer, the League is
the campus social center, with
planned activities well attended.
The League Council is closely
coordinated and very informal.

On the J1ie,
By MAGGI BOYLE
Formal wear will add gaity to the weekend scene as party goers
dine and dance at a series of spring formals.
"Rhapsody in Blue" will be the theme of the Delta Sigma Phi
pledge formal tonight. Hal Singer will provide the music and -couples
will ahso enjoy dinner.
$ * * *
A "SOUTH SEA ISLAND" pledge party is on the agenda for
Alpha Epsilon Pi tonight. Decorations will feature two large huts
made cf hay and many banana stalks scattered around the living
room. The bananas will be used later by the couples in making their
own banana splits. The group has also scheduled its pledge formal in
the Union Saturday.
1rhe men of Lambda Chi Alpha will hold their pledge formal
tonight after a dinner at the Union.
Betsey Barbour will present its annual spring formal, "May
Moods," tomorrow. Music will be furnished by the Moderne Trio, and
a maypole, wishing well, trellis, and many bright flowers will comple-
ment the May Day theme.
Acsacia fraternity celebrates its fiftieth anniversary on campus
with itst spring pledge formal tomorrow. Also honoring their pledges
at a foumal will be the Alpha Kappa Psi's.
* ** * *
TRADITION WILL reign at the annual "Rose Dance" formal to
be held; .by the men of Delta Sigma Pi. Music by Mel Rizzo and a
"sweetheart" atmosphere will lend enchantment to the night.
Am underwater setting will prevail at the semi-formal dance,
"Reflections in Blue" which will be presented by Cousin's Hall
tomorrow. Mel Sachs and his Orchestra will provide the music
for the occasion.

were Kappa Alpha Theta and ILast summer's president, Eliza-
Delta Delta Delta. Tn beth Sharpe, explained the presi-
The posture cup was given to ent's duty as being that of a co-
Kappa KappaGamma, while Delta ordinator of a very informal group.
Delta Delta and Alpha Xi Delta Activities, she said, included dance
were second and third, respectively. classes, bridge lessons and the big-
These Lantern Night festivities gest social event of the season, the
originated in 1913. At this time Beach Ball.
coeds took part in races and var-, According to the Interviewing
ious athletic events at a women's and Nominating Committee mem-
field day at Palmer Field. Each bers, the work is not hard, but is
class presented a group of stunts. good experience for anyone de-
The first parade was held in siring to hold a League position
1932, with a procession around during the regular school term.
Palmer Field. The seniors car- Any woman is eligible to peti-
ried Japanese lanterns, and the tion for the positions, regardless
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of class level, providing she is
not on academic probation.

Religious Groups To Giv
Spring Formal, Discussio

Members of the Interviewing
Council will be in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League from 3
to 5 p.m. every day next week in
order to help those who want to
petition.
fl New members of the Interview-
ng and Nominating Committee
ielude Martha Wallbillick, Bar-
tuation in bara Watson, Nancy Jaquette,
Carolyn Bahle, Erica Erskine and
Betty Jean Kafka.
President's reports and old peti-
and pbtions are also available in the
pu.__ League Librarv for additional help

Newman Club.*..
Graduate students of Newman
Club, Catholic students' organiza-
tion, will sponsor the annual spring
formal from 9 p.m. to midnight,
Saturday, in the Father Richard
Center.
Jerry Linehan and his orchestra
will furnish music for the "Spring
Whirl." In keeping with the date
chosen for their dance, Sue Pep-
linski's committee will decorate the
Center in a May Day theme, com-
plete with gigantic daisies and a
wishing well.
Jack Buckley is general chair-
man of the semi-formal affair
Entertainment chairman, Jack
Daley, has planned a skit for in-
termission. Punch and cookies
will be served by the refreshment
committee, headed by Mary Lou
McGann.
All Newman -Club members and
their friends are invited to attend.
Sunday morning after 9:30 a.m.
services, George Makdisi, assistant
professor of near eastern studies,

will discuss the present sit
the Near East.
* * *
H illel*..
Gershon Agron, editor

usher of the Jerusalem Post will to those petitioning.-
be the guest speaker at the Friday Anoe eiingr
night services at Hillel tonight. Anyone desiring further infor-
Mr. Agron was educated at Tem- mation may call Sally Lorber, NO
ple University in Philadelphia. Aft- 2-3225
er going to Palestine, he became a
leader of public opinion and has Pool H ours
wielded considerable influence.
j Permanent hours for wo-
In addition to editing his own m nentours for wo-
newspaper, Mr. Agron for many men's recreational swimming in
n p r r g f yithe new -pool have been set from

TENNIS TOURNAMENT-Play-
offs in the WAA all-campus sin-
gles tennis tournament will begin
at 2 p.m. today on the Palmer
Field courts. All entrants are re-
quested to bring at least two new
balls, arid to appear 15 minutes
before their game starts or for-
feit it. 'TPhe tournament will con-
tinue at 6:30 a.m. tomorrow. Mem-
bers are requested to check the
bulletin board for their schedules.
* * *
TENNIS CLUB--WAA Tenis
Club will meet at 4:20 p.m. every
Monday and Wednesday and at 3
p.m. Fridays on the WAB courts.
Miss Farrell, the club advisor, will
give ten'nis instruction. For fur-
ther information, call Joan Hyman
at NO 24119.
* * *
HOMES TOUR-As part of the
third ann.ual homes tour, sponsor-
ed by the> Ann Arbor Women's City
Club, 11 Ann Arbor homes will be
open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.
* * *
DISPLAIY-A chinaware com-
pany is holding a display from 9:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. today in the
Michigan Room of the League. All
coeds who signed up for interviews
earlier are reminded to come for
their three minute appointments.

sual title of the Phi Gamma Delta
pledge formal, while "The Forest
Primeval" will be the setting of the
spring formal planned by Delta
Upsilon. Here couples will twirl
to the music of Hal Singer in the
house decorated to simulate a real
forest.
Surrounded by silhouttes of sky-
scrapers and other phases of city
life will be the Theta Chi's and
their dates at their pledge formal
tomorrow night. Dancing will be
to the music of Hal Singer.
EAST QUAD'S spring formal,
"The Orchid Ball," will be held to-
morrow from 9 p.m. to midnight
in an atmosphere of Hawaiian
glamour. Orchid corsages, flown
directly from Hawaii for the dance,
will be given to all the women
present as an added treat. Paul
McDonough, Don Kenny and their
bands will provide music.
The men of Alpha Tau Omega
will play host to all of their
Michigan chapters at an infor-
mal dance tomorrow evening.
Also holding casual record
dances will be the Delta Tau
Delta's, the Phi Rho Sigma's,
and the Sigma Nu's. Mosher Hall
will also present its first record
dance of the semester.
Scott House is planning an open
house tomorrow which will be fol-
lowed by a sock dance in the Main
Lounge, while West Quad will also
be spinning to the records.
On Sunday a picnic at Whitmore
Lake is in store for the members
of Delta Theta Phi. Adelia Cheever
women will, hold an open house on
the same day.

years served as the Jerusalem
correspondent for the Christian
Science Monitor, the London
Daily Telegraph, the Exchange
Telegraph, and the United Press.
The Services are open to the
public and everyone is invited to
the Oneg Shabbat which will fol-
low in the Social Hall.

7:30 to 9:20 p.m. Mondays, 4:15
to 5:20 p.m. Tuesdays and
Thursdays and 10 a.m. to noon
and 2 to 4:20 p.m. Saturdays.
There will be co-recreational
swimming from 7:30 to 9:20
p.m. Saturdays and 3 to 5 p.m.
Sundays.

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