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Will Be Open
JGP Committee And McKelvey
To Audition Women N-Z;
Tunes, Theme Song Are Sought
Tryouts for roles in "Jumping Jup-
iter!", 1941 JGP continue today for
junior women whose names begin
with N through Z, from 2 p.m. to
6 p.m. in the Grand Rapids Room
of the League.
Auditioning the tryouts are Dick
McKelvey, who will direct the play,
and °the central committee of JGP
Scenes may be brought to the audi-
tions, if the tryout has some particu-
lar preference. However, this is not
necessary, as the League will supply
drama books from which juniors may
make their selections.
Many Are Needed
Those women who wish to be on
the song or dance committees must
try out for both speaking and singing
parts. Everyone who tries out will be
placed in some part in the play.
The script calls for a large number
of actors, singers and dancers; every
type of role will be found in the play,
so that ability of all kinds will be
There will be a variety of music
which tryouts can sing, with accom-
panists provided. Also tryouts bring
their own songs, if they prefer.
Junior dues will be collected from
the women as they go in to their
auditions, if they have not yet paid
them. Health rqchecks that have not
yet been collected will be taken up at
this time also.
Decision On Song Pending
Final decisions have not yet been
made on the songs for the produc-
tion. A theme song is especially neces-
sary, while the other types of tunes
are still being written. Catchy dance
tunes are suggested for those with a
yen to write music. Songs may be left
at the -League desk, or they may be
given to Phyllis Waters, music chair-
man, at 2-2547.
Any women who were supposed to
have reported in yesterday's group,
A through M, and did not, may try
cut with today's group.
"Jumping Jupiter" is to be given
March 26, 27, 28, and 29 in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre at the League.
Opening night, traditionally, is for
the senior women after their senior
banquet, with the other nights open
to the public. The play, by Frances
Patterson, '41, is patterned after a
Greek theme, with modern touches
to a classic background.
Dean Alice Lloyd
Dean Alice Lloyd has been elected
president of the National Association
of the Deans of Women at its meet-
ing held last week in Atlantic City,
The honor came to Miss Lloyd from
the 2000 members of the association
for which she had previously served
as vice-president; as chairman for
the 1940 meeting; and as chairman
of the university section. The mem-
bership is made up of deans of wo-
men of universities and colleges and
advisors of high schools.
Retiring president of the associa-
tion is Dean Sarah Blanding of the
University of Kentucky at Lexington.
Miss Lloyd's term of office is two
No Dance Classes
Due to conflicting social events,
there will be no meeting of the Tues-
day dance classes today in the League
Ballroom. The classes will continue
next Tuesday, March 4, at the same
time. Tickets for the series of eight
lessons at $3.00 may still be obtained.
Panhellenic meeting, 4 p.m. Tues.
Assembly Board meeting, 4:30 p.m.
Tutors mass meeting, 4:30 p.m.
Merit System committee meeting,
5 p.m. Thurs.
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MRS. FRANK BOWMAN
Mr. and Mrs. John Charles Sivers,
of Lakewood, announce the marriage
of their daughter, Julienne Eliza-
beth, '40, to Lieutenant Harold
James Bowman, '36E, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Matthew Bowman, of
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, January 29.
Mrs. Bowman was a member of the
Ann Arbor Independents. Lieutenant
Bowman is a member of Pi Tau Sig-
ma. Lieutenant and Mrs. Bowman
are motoring in the south and west.
They will be at home in Monterey,
California after March 1, where Lie-
tenant Bowman will be stationed dur-
ing the coming year.
The marriage of Evalyn Forshar,
'42BAd, daughter of Mrs. John For-
shar of Port Huron to John Jay
Thomas, '41A, took place Saturday,
February 15, in the chapel of the
League. The ceremony was followed
by a reception at the home of the
bride's aunt and uncle, Senator and
Mrs. George P. McCallum.
Intramural Basketball Finals
Will Be Played Off Tonight
The Women's Fencing Team beat
the Olivet squad 11-7 Sunday in the
first match it has played with that
school in two years.
The tournament was played in two:
pools. Points scored on the begin-
ners team were made by Jean Mills,
'44,1; Shirley Rasken, '44,1; and
Marie Sinclair, '44,2.
Advanced scorers were: Doreen
Voiles, '42,3; Mary Reichle, '43,2; and
Nan Church, '42,2. Three matches
were played by each woman.
Alpha Delta Pi and Martha Cook
will meet in the intramural basket-
ball finals at 8:30 p.m. today in Bar-
Defending champions Alpha Delta
Pi took the A tournament finals
from Collegiate Sorosis, 20-11 with
a spring in the second half of play
from a score of 11-9.
Challengers Martha Cook won the
B tournament finals from Mosher
Faculty Club's Music
Section Will Meet
The Music Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will hold a guest eve-
ning at 8 p.m. today in the home of
Mrs. Max Peet, 2030 Hill Street.
Harp selections will be played by
Kathleen Barry, harp instructor in
the School of Music. A Quintet in A
major will be played by members of
the Little Symphony.
Tickets To Go
On Sale Today
Committee Members To Tour
League Houses And Dorms
Tonight With hnformation
rickets for "Garden Gavotte," the
annual Assembly Ball, to be held
March 7 in the League Ballroom to-
day, will go on sale at 11 a.m. to-
day in the League bobby, 9ccording to
Betty Newman, '41, co-chairman of
the ticket committee for the dance.
Members of the central committee
and members of the ticket committee
will make a tour of the League
iouses and dormitories after closing
lours tonight and tomorrow night,
with the purpose of spreading the
word about the band, theme, decora-
ions and traditions of Assembly Ball.
They will take tickets with them,
3o that anyone wanting to 'uy a
ticket at this time may do so.
Beginning today between 11 a.m.
and noon and continuing from 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m., the tickets will be sold
luring these hours every day through
March 7 at a booth in the League lob-
by. 'Independents are requested to
bring their identification cards when
they come to the booth,, so that the
ticket-seller will have some way of
asserting their non-affiliated status.
Ticket sale will be restricted to in-
dependent women until March 4, at
which time general campus sale will
Carnations will be sold at the door
on the night of the dance
Allen J. Hogden
Allen J. Hogden, '41SM, will pre-
sent a piano recital in partial ful-
fillment of the requirements for the
degree of Bachelor of Music at 8:15
p.m. today in the School of Music
Auditorium on Maynard St.
A student of H. Marie Hovde and
Borghild Torvik in Galesville, Wis.,
Hogden spent three years under the
tutelage of Don Johnson, a protege of
Paderewski. He was an organist at
the First Lutheran Church .at Et-
trick, Wis., for five years.
Among the selections scheduled to
be heard on his program are Mozart's
"Sonata in F major" (Allegro, Ada-
gio, Allegro assai), and Schubert's
"Sonata in A major, Op. 120" (Al-
legro moderato, Andante, Allegro).
He will also play "Variations Ser-
ieuses" by Mendelssohn and Ravel's
"Sonatine" (Modere, Menuet, Anime).
Concert Band Picks
George Roach To Aid
Prof. William Revelli
George Roach, a graduate student
in the School of Music, has been
chosen by members of the University
Concrt Band to work with Prof.
William D. Revelli as assistant con-
ductor of the organization.
A member of the Band for six
years, Roach plays both clarinet and
bass clarinet in the group. He ap-
peared as bass clarinet soloist on
Raymond Paige's "Musical Ameri-
cana" last spring.
Albin Johnson, '41SM, cornetist,
was appointed assistant conductor of
the Regimental Band last Monday
by Professor Revelli. Johnson was
formerly solo cornetist with the Unit-
ed States Army Band in Washington.
Youll find Gibbs secre-
taries in choice positions
from Manhattan to Man-
dalay. Ask for catalog
describing Special Course
for College Women.
Whether it was to do justice to George Washington's birthday or whe-
ther it was to give the new semester promise of a gay social life, Ann Arbor
led in merrymaking this past weekend.
Medical men relaxed from studies and shelved their books and bedside
charm to treat the women to Caduceus Ball on Friday night. Dinner parties
at the fraternity house, Victor Vaughn and
the Allenel were climaxed by the annual ball
p at the Union.
Dr. and Mrs. Patton, Dr. and Mrs. Pol-
lard, Dr. and Mrs. McCotter wvere all heartily
. amused by the droll caricatures of the Medi-
cal School Faculty that served effectively as
wo- -~Rita Garvey and Jack Taux, Grace Proc-
ter and Maz Busard, Janet Sibley and Dumont Staatz, Josephine Moyses,
and Seymour Toffit, Jean Noble and George Andrews, were among the many
who participated in the evening's fun.
Pay-Ofuf Crowd Was Gay...
Competing with fest4vities at the Union was the gay crowd at the Pay-
Off Dance, unique affair that helps reciprocate invitations. Enjoying LeRoy
Smith's music were Jean Cox and Jim Merrill, Mary Jane Utley and Bob
Christie, Doris Smith and Bill Lieder and Janet Cot-
trell and Ed Harrison.'
At the Newman Club's Membership Dance, Lor-
raine Zinnimer and Paul Keenan, Jack Allen and
Mary Jane Kenney, and Mary Healy and Wade Fla-
herty were spotted.
Heavy snowfall and chill winds were an invita-
tion to many to partake of winter sports, for ice- } 1J
skates were slung over the shoulders of many two-cs)
somes. Bob Lewis was one of several skiing enthusi-
asts who took advantage of the accommodating
weather this weekend.
Starting off first at the gun of the new semester
wsSigma Nu who boasted Barbara Burns and Law-
ton Hammett, June Bender and Bob Bragg, and
Laura Vial with Bruce Hartwig as a few of the guests
at their radio dance.
The Pledges Do Their Bit ...
Alpha Chi Omega's active members were entertained by the pledge class
who had Max Crossman's band to provide music for the house abounding
with rugcutters. Glimpsed at the formal party
were Linda George with Don Metz, Barbara
Fisher and Ralph Mahon and Dottie Dudgeon
accompanied by Pete Vogland. Clever white
;.. leather programs adorned with red tassles and
crest were the rewards of those who attended.
Again on Saturday night the Union was
the scene of much ado about fun. Virginia
Rinquist with Doug Jeffrey, and Marge McVoy
and Jack Brackett were seen enjoying it all.
Detroit appealed to Betty Grant and Arlene
Lazansky as a place of entertainment, for they were among the lucky few
who were able to see Katherine Cornell's splendid performance in Bernard
Shaw's "The Doctor's Dilemma."
Good fun has always appealed to us and we have seldom resisted; right
now Sleep is not far off and that is one date we shall not stand up.
Groups To Tea
Campus Welcome To Attend
Affair Tomorrow Afternoon
Ten campus groups have receivedl
special invitations to attend the
Ruthven tea to be held tomorrow
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the presi-
dent's home. The entire campus,
however, is welcome.
The groups so named include
Alumnae House, Chi Psi, Collegiate
Sorosis, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Tau
Delta, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Helen
NewberryResidence, Theta Delta Chi,
Theta Xi and Tyler House of the East
Quadrangle. Student chairmen of
the tea will be Rosebud Scott, '42,
assisted by Louise Keatley, '42.
According to Miss Scott, groups I
and II of the League social committee
will assist in the dining room from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. while groups III
and IV will assist in the living room.
For the last hour the groups will ex-
change duties. Special social commit-
tee assistants include Sue Nicholson,
'43, Mary Virginia Mitchell, '42, Dor-
othy Judson, '43, Dorothy Merki, '42,
Phyllis Lovejoy, '42, Dorothy Morton,
'42, Jean Luxan, '41, Jean Mieras,
Beginning today the Union Coke
Bars will resume their weekly inter-
ruptions of the class-week routine,
with dancing from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. in the small ballroom of the
This week's hostess will be Betty
Whitely, '42. Groups to whom special
invitations have been extended are
Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma,
Zeta Tau Alpha, Theta Delta Chi,
Chi Psi, Theta Zi, Sigma Chi, Wen-
There will be free cokes and re-
freshments. Both sweet and swing
music will be played for the dancing,
and tables will be set upon the ter-
race for bridge. Men will pay an ad-
mittance charge of 10 cents, while.
women will be guests of the Union,
and are encouraged to come singly
or with dates, as they choose.
'43, Charlotte Morley, '43, and Irene
Social committee assistants unable
to attend are requested to call their
group chairmen; Marney Gardner,
'42, group I; Betty Fariss, '42, group
II; Miss Keatley, group III, and
Jeanne Goudy, group IV.
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