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~AY9, 1957THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1A

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Co-Chairmen Reveal
Spring Weekend Plans,

Women Vie
For Offices
Junior Panhel To Hold
Election for President
Peggy Effinger of Alpha Phi
and Jacqueline Mervis of Alpha
Epsilon Phi were nominated as
candidates for president of Junior
Panhellenic at the organization's
meeting yesterday afternoon at
the Student Activities Building.
Nominated for first vice-presi-
dent are Joanne Greenwald, Zeta
Tau Alpha and Barbara Moss of
Alpha Gamma Delta. Joan Ko-
op, Alpha Omicron Pi and Terre
Finkler, Zeta Tau Alpha are the
candidates for second vice-presi-
dent.
Completing the slate of officers
are secretary, Sally Lease of Kap-
pa Alpha Theta and Damaris
Blytheman of Delta Delta Delta;
treasurer, Janice Portnoy of Delta
Phi Epsilon and Joan Kalbaugh of
Zeta Tau Alpha and Public Re-
lations Chairman, Elinor Dodge
of Collegiate Sorosis and Sandra
Frieswyk of Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma.
Elections will be held at 4:00
p.m. on Wednesday, at the S.A.B.
Each sorority has one vote in
the elections and must have at
least three women present to be
eligible to vote.
At yesterday's meeting the
members of the council voted to
have Wednesday as their perman-
ent meeting day.
The new' council will go into
operation as soon as the election
results are official.

AFTER FINAL EXAMINATIONS:
Coeds To Sing at Lantern Night

GIVE MOTHER
THE CARE-FREE COMFORT
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Competing last night in the
Lantern Night eliminations in
Hill Auditorium were women from
23 women's residences.
Among the women's residences
chosen to appear in Lantern Night,
Tuesday is Tyler House, singing
"Elijah Rock" under the direction
of Mary Pohly.
Second on Tuesday's program
will be Alpha Phi. Kathryn Lucas
will direct the singing of "Lolly-
tudums."
Phi Mu Places
Phi Mu, under the leadership
of Frances Sekles, won a place
in the Lantern Night finals with
"What Is This Thing Called Love."
Led by Pat Johnstone, the wom-
en of Kappa Delta sang "Clap Yo
Hands."
Singing for their selection "De-
lovely" were the women of Alpha
Xi Delta. They were led by Sandy
Zinsmaster.
Next To Appear
Next on the program will be
Gamma Phi Beta. Their number
is "All the Things You Are," un-
der the directionof Nance White.
"Belle of the Ball" was sung by
Alpha Chi Omega, with Jan Mc-
Coll directing.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, led by
Sarah Savarino, won a place with
their version of "Yesterdays."
Also winning a place in Lantern
Night was Sigma Kappa. They
sang a medley, "Songs of the Seas"
under the direction of Judy Tat-
ham.
A Gershwin Medley
Phi Beta Phi rates a place on
the program also for their singing

of "A Gershwin Medley" led by
Alice Royer.
Under the direction of Peg Davis,
the women of Alpha Omicron Pi
sang "Danny Boy."
Chosen for their singing of
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow"
were the women of Alpha Gamma
'Delta, led by Beate Kaulfuss.
No Supporting Houses'
This year there will be no sup-
porting houses, as in the past, by
vote of the song leaders.
Other houses which entered the
singing eliminations were Martha
Cook, Mosher Hall, Palmer House,
Prescott House, Alpha Delta Pi,
Delta Phi Epsilon, Helen Newberry,
Jordan Hall, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Victor Vaughan and Zeta Tau
Alpha.

Judges for the singing were Miss
Sally Monsour, John Flower, and
Walter Collins.
Led by the Michigan Marching
Band under the direction of Prof.
William Revelli, the Line of March
will begin at 7:15 p.m. The march
will start from Alumni Memorial
Hall and proceed to Hill Aud.
Everyone Invited
All houses and dorms on cam-
pus, whether entered in Lantern
Night or not, are invited to join
the Line of March and see the
Sing. There will be no admission
charge.
Making the presentation on May
14 will be Dr. Margaret Bell, head
of women's physical education de-
partment and Lu Ante Austin,
president of WAA.

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By NANCY VERMULLEN

-Daily-Leonard Cyr
LAST MINUTE DETAILS-Spring Weekend General Co-Chair-
men William L. Miller, '57, and Nancy Blumberg, '57A&D, make
final arrangements for the program on Friday and Saturday.

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By NANCY STAMM
New event on campus - Spring
Weekend.
General Co - Chairmen, Nancy
Blumberg, '57A&D and William
Miller, '57, have planned a week-
end that is basically new and dif-
ferent.
They have taken the Spring
Weekend of two years ago with
its Wolverun Derby, similar to a
soap box derby and Skit Night and
have planned an event where stu-
dents can "let their hair down and
have a good time," according to
Miller.
Capp to Appear
After a theme, Cartoonival, had
been chosen, Al Capp was engaged
as emcee for Skit Night to be held
at 8 p.m. Friday. Capp's appear-
ance blends in with "Cartoonival"
as he is the creator of the Li'l Ab-
ner characters.,
Arrangements have just been
completed to have WCBN, East
Quadrangle radio station, do a
" Marathon broadcast from Friday
noon to midnight Saturday from
the Diagonal. They will broadcast
news, a disc-jockey show and an
interview with Al Capp, and other
4. members of the Central Commit-
tee.
.eHighlighting Field Day to be
held from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Saturday
is a donkey baseball game with a
faculty team versus a student
team.
Faculty Team
Members of the faculty team in-
clude: William Cross, Interfra-
ternity Council advisor; Pr o f.
Richard S. Dunn of the history
department; Prof. Edward Lurie,
history department; Prof. Wilbert
McKeachie of the psychology de-
partment; Prof. John F. Muehl
of the English department; Prof.
Charles F. Powers of the Zoology
department; Gus Stager, swim-
ming coach; Prof. Erich E. Steiner
of the botany department; K. D.
Streif, assistant Dean of Men;
Prof. Richard C. Teevan of the
psychology department and Prof.
4 David W. Varey of the sociology
department.
Student Team
Opponents on the student team

include: Bill Adams, ex-president
of Student Government Council;
Terry Barr of the football team;
Charles Brooks, Michigan football
team; Joe Collins, president of
SGC; Drake Duane, Inter-House
Council president; Mike Jackson,
president of the literary school and
Mike Jacobson, ex-president of
Wplverine Club.
Others playing on the team are:
Roy Lave, ex-president of the
Union; John Narcy of the swim-
ming team; Bob Pitts of the
hockey team; Bernie Rinella, vice-
president of the literary school;
Lou Sussman, Wolverine Club
president; Fred Tros,t Union vice-
president; Rob Trost, president of
IFC;, Nick Weiss, captain of the
gymnastic team and Don Young,
Union president will also partici-
pate.
If Rain
"Come Rain or Come Shine"
Spring Weekend will be fun. If
"Old Man Weather" should give
us a downpour on Friday after-
noon, the darby parade and race
would be held from 10 a.m. to
noon, Saturday. However, if there
is only a sprinkle, the parade and
race will be held at the planned
time, 3 to 5 p.m. Friday.
Field Day, planned for 1:30 to
4 p.m. Saturday, will be held re-
gardless of weather conditions. If
it is raining, events will be held in
Barbour Gym instead of Palmer
Field as planned.

Events Around Campus

"Hats off!" to this season's millinery experts. They have done
away with the smart "shocker" hats of cartoon fame, and replaced
them with feminine chapeaux guaranteed to make you look your
prettiest. .
- Straw hats are undergoing slipcovering this year, donning every
variety .of print and polka dot patterning. They add a striking note
to any simple, non-printed dress.
The newest hat is the sou-wester, a true backslider that is so per-
fect with summertime's back-dipped dresses. It comes in every style
imaginable, from flat to rough straw and from plain black or white
to a whole rainbow of colors.
Designers have borrowed from the Far East this season, and cre-
ated the turban hat. Beautifully draped, this smart bonnet appears in
plain or printed silk, and sometimes tulle.
Toques and fedoras are also in the style spotlight. Toques are be-
ing made entirely of flowers, artificial ones in definitely non-horti-
cultural colors. Little white fedoras are popping up on many a well-
groomed head, sporting dotted veils and ribboned crowns.
Too look "pretty as a picture," why not try a picture hat? This
big-brimmed beauty is a good choice for afternoon wear, and looks
so right with the perennially-short hair styles.
The Renoir hat is revived, in all of the rich, golden-colored tra-
dition made famous by the French painter. From little sailors and bre-
tons to wide-brimmed bonnets or deep cloches, wreathed or covered
with flowers, there is a variety for every woman.
Chiffon or cotton, turban or fedora - whatever your choice, this
season's milliners have created the fashion-first answer for it.

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Mrs. Harriette Arnow is speak-
ing at Theta Sigma Phi's annual
Matrix Table Banquet, being held
at 6:30 p.m. tonight in the Union.
Mrs. Arnow is the winner of the
1954 Friends of America 'writers
award for her novel, "The Doll-
makers."
Rabbi Harry Kaplan, Midwest
Regional Director of the national
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
will speak at 7:30 p.m. Friday in
the Chapel at 1429 Hill Street.
This is the final lecture in the
series, "Some Dominant Move-
ments in Jewish Life."
* * -.e
Michifish announced that Em-
ma Lucas .and Judy Rennell had
been selected for membership after
tryouts last' night. Toby Chap-
man and Pat Webb became mem-
bers of Michifins.
* * *
Jane Grathwohl, Gail Foster,
Ellan Orenstein, and Lee Ann

Price will represent the Univer-
sity's W.A.A. Golf Club at a tri-
angular golf meet at Bowling
Green State University this Sat-
urday.
They will compete with women
golfers from Bowling Green State
and Ohio State Universities.
* s *
The 1957 Ann Arbor High
School Carnival will be held from
2:00 to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Open to the general public, the
carnival will put its proceeds to-
ward the development of an out-
door recreation center at the
school.
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to Spring Weekend Offices al the Michigan Union.
All people connected with Daily publication and those on Spring
Weekend central committee are ineligible to participate.
CLUE NO. 4:
Starred with Joan Crawford, Claudette Colbert, and Lana Turner.
CLUE NO. 5:
He saw scarlet when he looked in her green eyes.
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