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Selected For 1942 JGP Script


Ruthvens Head
Polish Ballet
Patrons List
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
head the list of patrons and patron-
esses for the Polish Ballet to be held
at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Audi-
torium under the direction of Felix
Sadowski and the sponsorship of the
Polonia Society of the University.
Other patrons are Dean Joseph
A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs. Ivan C.
Crawford, Dean and Mrs. Edward
H. Kraus, Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean
and Mrs. Clarence S. Yoakum, Mrs.
Byrl F. Bacher, Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, Dr. and Mrs. Dean W. Myers,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sink and
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Turyn.
Also included are Prof. and Mrs.1
Louis Karpinski, Prof. and Mrs. Kasi-
mir Fajans, Prof. and Mrs. Harold
J. McFarlan, Prof. and Mrs. Earl V.
Moore, Prof. and Mrs. J. Raleigh
'Nelson, Prof. and Mrs. F. W. Pawlow-
ski, Prof. and Mrs. Percival Price,
Prof. and Mrs. I. Leo Sharfman, Prof.
and Mrs. Preston Slosson, Prof. and
Mrs. Carlton F. Wells, Prof. I. A.
Wojtaszak, Prof. and Mrs. Leigh J.
Young, Mrs. Waldo Johnston, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon A. Makieski, Mr. Peter
Ostafin, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W.
Staebler and Mrs. Ruth L. Wendt.
Officers of the Polonia Society of
the University are Waldemere Bej-
nar, '43, president; Jozef Slowik,
44E, vice-president; Genevieve J.
Sibiga, '43, secretary-treasurer; and
Richard A. Grudzinski, '42, social

Play Will Be
Satire Based
On First Lady
Kay Ruddy, Allan Axelrod
Announced As Co-Authors;
Plot Concerns Odyssey In U.S.-
Final announcement of "No Ques-
tions Asked," a revue written by Kay
Ruddy, '42, and Allan Axelrod, '43,
as the selection for the 1942 Junior
Girls Play has been made by Mary
Lou Ewing, '43, chairman of the
play's central committee.
The plot is a take-off, based on
the travels of a certain woman whose
name is Eleanor and who is the
author of a column called "My Day."
Her last name will not be disclosed.
Eleanor Is Lead
With the play, however, centering
not so much about the character of
Eleanor as around two college girls
who have been employed to recover
an object which she has .lost on or
of her extended tours, Eleanor will
serve more as a background than as
a principal role.
The 1942 JGP has been built on a
much different plan than has ever
been used in the past . Formerly a
plot was dominant and songs, skits,
dances and novelties were only inci-
dentals in the production.
Is Musical
This year, the JGP committee has
decided that people are more inter-
ested in being entertained in a typ-
ically light, musical-comedy manner,
and the dances and songs will dom-
inate the production.
Consequently, the whole idea of
following the route of one of Eleanor's
trips is a framework on which can
be placed entertainment based on the
particular locale which is visited.
Itinerary Announced
Included in the girls' itinerary as
it stands now are the Brooklyn Dod-
gers' Ball Park, a Gone With The
Wind-ish southern plantation, the
great North Woods, Detroit and her
factories, and Hollywood.
Plans for the presentation of the
production are also more ambitious
than in past years; the entire com-
pany will be taken to Fort Custer for
a performance before the armed
Tryout dates for parts in JGP have
not been disclosed as yet. Since the
play will be presented late in March,
the committee has announced that
it will call for acting recruits with-
in a week.

Informality Will Be Emphasized

Alumnae Club
To Give $500

At League Sweater
Informality, with a capital I, will
take over the League Friday when the
second annual Sweater Dance fea-
turing Bill Sawyer, his orchestra, and
some special new arrangements, will
hold forth in the ballroom.
Since the annual Caduceus Ball is
being held the same night in the
Union, and since every body doesn't
happen to be studying to be a saw-
bones, the sweater and skirt frolic y
is being presented solely and especi-
ally for those not attending Cadu-

Dance Friday

Ticket Sale To Open
Tickets to Mortarboard's annual
Pay-Off dance to be held Feb. 27 in
the League are now on sale in Miss:
McCormick's office of the LeagueI
and from members of Mortarboard

All eligible freshmen and sopho-
more women interested in trying
out for the women's staff of The
Daily are urged to come to a meet-
ing at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Publications Building.



"Anything Goes"
According to Sawyer, "the dance'll
be really informal and anything from
sweaters to shoes with flatter heels
than ever, will go."
The new arrangements to be
brought forth by the band on this
carefree evening, will include "Au-
tumn Nocturne," "Death of Boogie-
Woogie" with Lou Hurd, '42SM, at
the piano, "My Bonnie Lies Over the
Ocean," featuring the quartet, and a
new song by Al Burt, which is called
"Prelude To A Bluebook."
Hours? You Guess
As far as is known now, what with
the women's dating hours being re-
duced, the dance will last from 9 p.m.
to midnight, and tickets are on sale
in the League.
Last year's Sweater Dance featured
LeRoy Smith and his band, also in
the League, and also on the same
night as Caduceus. The informality
of the affair in contrast with the
glamor of J-Hop, proved a success,
which this year's dance will equal if
not surpass, so hang up your formal
or your tails and truck over to the
League in sweaters, plaids, and sport
Business Firms
Need Women
(Continued from Page 1)
enrollment by bringing to Michigan
many students who formerly went to
other schools, such as Northwestern
and Pennsylvania, for this type of
Although women are now being
sought for positions in business and
finance, the field of production man-
agement is still a man's domain. En-
rollment in this branch of the busi-
ness school has increased consider-
ably from the outset of the defense
program. The critical need for in-
dustrial managers has resulted in fre-
quent occupational deferment of such
With the old prejudices of business
firms broken down, and success in
the business profession practically


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assured, officials of the business
school expect a shai p increase in en-
rollments of women students next
year. Enrollments have previously
been held to a low figure due to the
almost complete lack of demand for
women as business administrators.
Archery: Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in Waterman
Club Basketball: Will meet at
4:20 p.m. Tuesday for the first
time, and at 4:20 p.m. Thursday.
Bowling: Tournament will begin
tomorrow; teams and times posted
on bulletin board at WAB.
Dance : Modern Dance Group
will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday;
Ballet at 4 p.m. Wednesday and
Friday and American Country
Dance at 3 p.m. Friday in Barbour
Fencing Club: Will meet at 7
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, Bar-
bour Fencing Room.
Swimming Club: Will meet at
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Union
Activity Cards Asked
For League Projects
Eligibility cards for women wish-
ing to participate in League activities
will be signed from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
tomorrow through Feb. 27 in Miss
McCormick's office of the League.
Cards are necessary for participa-
tion in any defense courses, the
children's theatre plays, orientation
work, and for members of Freshman
Project committees, °-honor societies,
Assembly and Panhellenic councils
and boards, Assembly Ball commit-
tees, League committees and JGP

Kalamazoo Will Offer Award I
As Memorial; Council Invests
$40,000 In Defense Bonds
A graduate fellowship of $500 and
an investment of $40,000 in defense
bonds have been announced by the
Michigan Alumnae Council follow-
ing their recent mid-year meeting.
Any woman graduate of a recog-
nized college is eligible to apply for
the fellowship, application blanks for
which are available in the Alumnae
Council Office of the League. Special
consideration will be given to appli-
cants showing ability for creative
work according to Mrs. Beach Con-
ger, executive secretary of the Coun-
Directly responsible for the fellow-
ship is the Kalamazoo alumnae group
whose gift is being made. to the
memory of Caroline Hubbard Klein-
steuck who received her B.S. from
the University in '75 and her M.S.
in '76. Mrs. Kleinsteuck's mother
studied at the University when there
was a branch at Kalamazoo, and her
daughters and granddaughters are
also graduates.
The bond investment, according to
Mrs. Conger is being made with funds
originally raised for the construction
of the Henderson Cooperative House.
Since , government priorities have
made materials so difficult to obtain
and therefore postponed construc-
tion of the house, the money has
been so invested until such time as
the Council considers it advisable to
Each year the Council gives ap-
proximately $2,000 in fellowships and
tuition scholarships. This year the
LucyElliott fellowship went to a
student now working for her doc-
tor's degree in chemistry at the Uni-
versity of Illinois. In 1943 and 1944,
$500 will be given each year from
this fund.

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