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Dr'amajiC Qast
For JG lay
Is Anno~unced
8Backstage Committee Heads
Chosen To Assist in Production
To Be Given April 27, 28, 29
The dramatic cast and the back-
stage committee chairmen for Junior
Gis Play, which .will. be given ,April
27, 28 and 29 in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre, were announced yes-
terday by Mary Anne Jones, '45, who
is in charge of the production.
There will be a compulsory meet-
ing at 3 p.m. Monday in the League
for the cast, which includes Joan
Selmier, Faye Bronstein, Betty Poch-
ert, Anne Neprud, Marjorie Rosmar-
in, Shirley Robin, Pat Coulter, Clar-
ice Givens and Mavis Kennedy in the
principal roles.'
Also on the roster are Elizabeth
Taylor, Margaret Beckton, betty Ann
Kucher, Audrey Sheridan, Virginia
Bishop, Cynthia Levin; Marilyn and
Betty Jones And Shelby Dietrich.
Iolpar To .Drect
Blanche Holpar, '44, directs, and'
will be assisted by Bethine Clark, '45.
Doris Lesser will be stage manager.
Other committee heads are Jo
Holmes, in charge Qf costumes; Mar-
jorie Hall, properties; Marcia Sharpe,
scenery; Frances Goldberg and Cam
Fisher, make-up; Rae Larsen and
Beverly Wittan, dancing; Shelby
Dietrich, tickets; and Claire Macau-
ley, programs.
Original music for the presentation
is being written by Lee Tartowsky
and Evie Horlick, while lyrics will be
by Louise Comins. -Marcia Netting
and Phyllis Crawford will act as mu-
sic directors, and will announce sing-
ing roles in the near future. Dancers
will also be announced - within the
next few days.
Peg Weiss is publicity chairman,
assisted by Georgianna Leslie, in

Women May
Compile Data
At Willow Run
Women enrolling for the Child Care
Project are offered the opportunity
of . assisting in compiling data for a
survey of the aggregate social needs
of the Willow Run area, Lucy Chase
Wright, '44, chairman of the Child
Care Committee of the League, an-
nounced.
Under 'the direction of Mr. Rogers,
assistant chairman of the .FHA re-
creational program, volunteers will
interview individual families. They
will question them as to what flaws
there are in the present program
and record their suggestions of im-
provements and additions to the re-
creational activities that are now
being carried one,
A number of .jobs have not yet
been filled by volunteers, she said,
anl designated especially the need
for assistants in the Work Shop,
particularly on Saturday, additional
aid in the Nursery on Monday and
Wednesday, and in the Lounge where
organized games are provided for
the children.
Beginning this Monday, groups will
leave at 1 p.m. every day from North.
Hall. The Motor Corps of the Red

No Dance To Be
Held i League
Ballroom Today
N o dance will be held in thie Leagiu
ballroom today as Bill Sawyer's or-
chestra will be playing for the op-
eretta, "Tom Sawyer,"
Jimmy Strauss will once again bring
his orchestra to the Michigan campus
when he plays for the regular Sat-
urday night dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight at the League. Strauss's
music is well known to Detroiters for
he has appeared at many sorority and
fraternity functions within the past
few years.
TiccetsAre on Sal e
Tickets may be purchased between'
10 a.m. and $:30 p.m. today in the
theatre boxoffice for tonight's per-
formance of "Tom Sawyer," which
will be given for the third time at
8:30 p.m. today in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.
Cross will transport them to Willow
Run and they will return to Ann Ar-
bor at 5 p.m. Another group will
work from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Miss Wright stressed that if there
were an adequate demand, a group
of five girls on any one day, another
trip will be scheduled from 3 p.m. to
5:30 p.m.

SX DanCes
Will Be Held
Th is Week-end
Completely ignoring forewarnings
of more rain and bad weather for
the coining week-end, six houses and
organizations will holdl dances to-
morrow.
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will hold
a dinner dance from '6 p.m. to mid-
night in the chapter house. Mrs.
Arthur Coulten and Mrs. Marion
Palin will chaperon.
An informal record dance will be
given by Sigma Delta Tau sorority
from 9 p.m. to midnight in the chap-
ter house.
Honoring their new pledge class,
Alpha Chi Omega sorority is plan-
ning a formal dance to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight in the chapter
house.
Washtenaw House, 1811 Washte-
naw, will hold a dance from 8 p.m.
to midnight.
Rochdale House, 640 Oxford, will
be the scene of an informal party
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight today.
Alpha Tau Omega frateirnity is
planning a dance to be held from
9:00 p.m. to midnight at 1923 Geddes.

EAST LANSING-Receiving practical experience in staging radio shows, Michigan State College students
daily produce a dramatic skit over the college's radio station, WKAR, placing in use principles taught
them in regular radio courses. Prof. Joe A. Callaway, radio instructor who has had ten years experi-
ence in radio and the theatre, is shown giving pointers to Barbara Hacker, left, and Maxine A. Eyestone,
both of Lansing.

charge of posters, and Katherine
Tripp. Mary Ann Grathwohl heads
the ushers.
The script was written by Bethine
Clark and Shelby Dietrich, based on
an idea originated by Deborah Parry,
chairman of Junior Girls Project, and
Miss Jones.
To Entertain Seniors
Opening night will be exclusively
for the entertainment of senior wo-
men, while the second two perform-
ances will be open to the public.
Proceeds from the latter perform-
ances will go to Bomber Scholarship.
The play is the traditional enter-
tainment given by the junior class in
honor of senior women.

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Ridizng Tryout5
MayRegste
Until Monda
Tryouts for Crop and Saddle and
the University Women's Riding Club
will be given at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday,
Ma'ch 21, and women may sign up in
Barboikr of WAB through 5 p.m.
Monday, according to Pat Coulter,
'45, president of Crop and Saddle.
The coeds who wish to try out for
the clubs must demonstrate definite
riding ability; those who would like
to enter Crop and Saddle must be
more experienced in horsemanship,
while those chosen for the UWRC
will be less experienced, but with good
riding capability.
Instead of the usual 15-minute try-
outs, this year the applicants will
ride for a full hour, thus giving the
judges more opportunity to see the
abilities of the rides. The women
will be tested on walk, trot and cant-
er. Since the try outs will be held
for a full hour, each applicant will
be expected to pay the regular stable
rate of $1.25.
The new meeting time for the rest
of the semester for Crop and Saddle
will be .6:15 p.m. Wednesdays and
coeds who will be unable to make
this meeting time should not sign up
to try out for Crop and Saddle.
While only a few vacancies are
available in Crop and Saddle, the
UWRC must be almost completely
filled, so that every woman signing
up has some chance of being chosen
for one of the clubs.
Dr. Harriet O'Shea, psychologist
from Purdue University, will speak
at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the Women's
Lounge of the Rackham Building
at a meeting of sorority and dorm-
itory directors.
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Contrary to previous announce-
ment, there will be no meeting of
the Junior Girls' Project publicity
committee today. Members will be
informed later of the next neeting.

US oOffer
Dance, Brdge
Week-end Program To Include
Dancing Classes in Ballroom
Dancing lessons for servicemen will
be given at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. today
in the ballroom of the °USO; both
beginning and advanced classes, will
be offered, with the advanced dancers
taking over in the Tavern Room at
8 p.m.
The regular Friday night dance
will be held after the dancing lessons,
with all Junior Hostesses and service-
men invited.
Tomorrow night, Regiment V of the
Junior Hostesses Corps under Col-
onel Jean Goffney will sponsor a St.
Patrick's Day Informal Dance. All
Hostesses in this regiment are ex-
pected to come or to send a substi-
tute. The coeds are reminded to
bring their USO cards to show at
the door.
A duplicate bridge tournament will
be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday in the
ballroom of the USO. All service-
me nare invited, as well as Junior
Hostesses and servicemen. Players
may come either with cr without a
partner. A small fee will be charged
to coyer the cost of equipment.
A new feature of the USO's Sunday
afternoon entertainment will be a
classical music hour. Records will
be played in the Reading Room for
those who are interested.
Four Houses To Be
Guests at Surgical
Dressings Unit Today
"The League Surgical Dressing Unit
will be open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
today, and coeds are urged to start
their week-end with a little war
work," Harriet Fishel, '45, stated yes-
terday.
Mosher Hall, Washtenaw House,
Taylor House and Tannsey House are
especially invited this week. Soror-
ity houses are invited individually
through an arrangement made with
Panhelleinic. Each sorority is to
promise a certain number of volun-
teers on assigned days.
The unit will be open weekly on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Coeds are given credit on their
League Activities Record for each
hour contributed. "If workers will
give at least two hours a week, the
League unit will be able to supply
its quota of surgical dressings," Miss
Fishel said.
Petitions for Soph
Project Due Today
"Sophomore women interested in
working on the central committee of
Soph Project must turn their peti-
tions in today," Marilyn Mayer, head
of Judiciary Council, announced yes-
terday.
Interviewing will start Monday and
will continue through Friday. Ap-
plicants must sign for an interview
when they turn in their petitions.
Petition blanks may be obtained in
the undergraduate offices of the
League. They must be filled out in
ink and should contain definite plans
for the position desired.
A chairman and 13 captains will be
selected.
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