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April 22, 1945 - Image 7

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To Be Presented To Public Friday, Suturdcy

Junior, Senior Women To See
Free Performance Thursday

"Take It From There," Junior Girls
play, will be open to the public for
two performances to be given at 7:30
p. m. EWT (6:30 p. m. CWT) Friday
and 8:30 p. m. EWT (7:30 p. m. CWT)
Saturday in Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre in the League.
Tickets for these two performances
will go on sale at 2 p. m. EWT (1 p.m.
CWT) Wednesday in the theatre box
office in the League. The price of
all tickets has been set at 50 cents,
including federal tax. The tickets are
for reserved seats.
Exclusive Performance
Senior Night will be held as sched-
uled at 7:30 p. m. EWT (6:30 p. m.
CWT) Thursday. This performance
will be exclusively for junior and sen-
ior women. The last opportunity for
these women to obtain tickets for this
performance will be from 3 p. m. to
5 p. m. EWT (2 p. m. to 4p.im.
CWT) tomorrow in Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick's office in the League.
Seniors must present identification
cards before receiving tickets and
juniors must have paid their class
dues. This will be the only perform-
ance which will be free to upper-
classmen, and they will have to pur-
chase tickets to see the public per-
Revives Tradition
This year's play has been written,
produced, and directed entirely by
junior women. As such, it is a re-
vival of the traditional junior class
plays which, have been presented
since 1904, but were temporarily sus-
pended during the early war years.

The production includes a singing
chorus of 28, a dancing group of 16
plus specialty dance numbers, a fif-
teen-piece orchestra including a harp
soloist, and a regular acting cast of
17. All the music and lyrics used are
The juniors who have worked and
lived with the play for eight weeks
now claim that their play presents a
refreshing, new theme, coupled with
universal appeal. The theme of the
play will be kept secret until after
the first performance.
Bow Day To Be Held
In order to publicize the play and
to boost war stamp totals, Junior
Girls Project will hold a Bow Day to-
morrow. Pink and blue bows with
war stamps attached will be sold from
9 a. m. to 4 p. m. EWT (8 a. m. to
3 p. m. CWT) in strategic posts on
campus. The prices of the bows will
be 15 and 30 cents.
In addition to the bows on cam-
pus tomorrow, students will also be
reminded of "Take It From There"
by a loud speaker system which will
be set up in Natural Science build-
ing. The speakers will tell about the
play and give information about
ticket sales.
Senior women who wish to be
admitted as guests at JG Play
Thursday must wear caps and
gowns which may be picked up at
711 N. University. A $5 deposit
is required, $3 of which will be re-
turned after ,graduation.

CLIMBING THE RIGGING-Like their brothers of the service, women
Marines also learn the art of climbing debarkation nets. Decked out
in appropriate attire this group of young enlisted women, who are
members of one of the first contingents to be sent overseas, demon-
strate how it is done. They show only one phase of the thorough and
varied training received by women of our armed forces.

Buy War Bonds & Stamps- Invest in Victory
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Fraternity Jewelers at Michigan

Sorority Officers
Recently Announced
Installation of officers for the year
1945-46 was held by Kappa Delta
sorority recently. -I
The new president is Del Murrah,
'46, of Herron, Illinois, and Jean
Morgan, '46, of Maywood, Ohio, will
serve as vice-president. Jan Ward,
'47, of Saginaw, will fill the secre-
tary's post, and Nan McDurmitt, '47,
of Binghamton, N. Y. is the newly
elected treasurer.
Other officers are Elaine Eagle, '47,
of Saginaw, who is the assistant
treasurer, and Doris Stern, '47, of
Detroit, who will handle publicity in
the capacity of Editor.
Beginning next year, women may
not participate in class projects other
than their own, announced Natalie
Mattern, President of the Judiciary
Council. The ruling was passed by
the League Council.




Softball Tournament I
Schedule Announced
For Campus Houses
The schedule for the WAA softball
tournament was recently announced
by Pat Daniels, softball manager.
Games must be played at the
scheduled time or will be regarded as
Monday: Mosher I vs. Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi at 4:20 p. m. EWT. Stock-
well vs. Mosher II, and Gamma Phi
Beta vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma at
5:10 p. m. EWT.
Tuesday: Pi Beta Phi vs. Sorosis,
Zone VI vs. Zone VIII at 5,:10 p. m.
EWT, and Madison vs. Delta Delta
Delta, Elmwood House vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta, Jordan vs. Zone IV at
7:15 p. m. EWT.
Wednesday: Betsy Barbour vs. Zone
V, Chicago House vs. Alpha Chi Om-
ega, Couzens Hall vs. Kappa Delta,
Hill House vs. Woodlawn House at
7:15 p. m. EWT.
Thursday: State Street House vs.
Zeta Tau Alpha, Colonial House vs.
Alpha Delta Pi at 4:20 p. m. EWT,
Chi Omega vs. Newberry, Alpha Gam-
ma Delta vs. Ridgeway House, Sigma
Delta Tau vs. Zone IX, Adelia Chee-
ver vs. Delta Gamma at 5:10 p. m.,
and Martha Cook vs. Tappan House,
Lester Co-op. vs. Zone III, Zone X
vs. Alpha Xi Delta at 7:15 p. m. EWT.
All games are postponed in case
of rain. Managers should call the
WAB after 3 p. m. If there is any
question as to weather.
* The Undergraduate Education
Club will meet at 4:10 EWT (3:10
CWT) Tuesday in front of the'
Union, where they will board a bus
to visit Willow Run Village and
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Dress Wisely;
Laugh At Rain
Rain clothes are an important
fashion on any campus but surely
more so at Michigan than anywhere.
Unless your fellow in the South Paci-
fic has sent you a camouflage pon-
cho, which would really be the only
effective means of protection against
some of Ann Arbor's torrents, it is
wise to invest in a good-looking,
substantial rain coat.
This season the old favorite boxy
gabardine has run second in popu-
larity to the military-cut belted coat.
This style, quite flattering to any
figure, is available in neutral-toned
gabardines or brightly colored rain-
proof satins which will literally make
you shine on a rainy day.
To keep the hair dry and curly is
also important. One of the new
cover-all-except-the-face hats will
do the trick. For those with hair not
quite so temperamental there is the
fisherman's hat with a turn-down
brim all the way around.
Lastly for health's sake, feet
should be protected against the damp
and cold. Those hated rubbers brou-
ght from home or a pair of knee
heighth rubber boots are indispen-
sables. For health, beauty, and a
good temper, dress wisely and laugh
at the rain.
Sophomore Coeds
Urged To Try Out
For Cabaret Show
Every sophomore woman on cam-
pus is urged to try out for the Soph
Cabaret Floor Show, Robin Scherer,
Script Chairman, announced recent-
Tryouts for those interested in
dancing in the floor show are from
3 p. m. to 5 p. m. EWT (2 p. m. to
4 p. m. CWT) Wednesday, while
singers will be tried out at the same
times Thursday, and those inter-
ested in speaking parts Friday.
An announcement of the room
where the tryouts will be held will
be posted on the bulletin board in
the League.
" Tryouts don't have to be experts,
as we want all the sophomores to
support this project," Miss Scherer
WAA Notices
Fencing: Tuesday and Thursday at
4:30 p. m. in Barbour Gym. If the
weather is good meet at the WAB.
Badminton: 8:15 p. m. Wednesday
and 11:30 p. m. Saturday at Barbour
LaCrosse: 4:30 p. m. Wednesday at
the WAB.
Tennis Club Instruction period at
5 p. m. Friday. Members will meet
at 9 a. m. Saturday.
Swimming Club: Intermediate Sec-
tion 10:15 a. m. Saturday and Ad-
vanced Section 9:30 a. m. in the
Union Pool.
Archery Club: 4:30 p. m. Thursday
at the WAB.
Crop and Saddle: 6 p. m. Thursday
in front of Barbour Gym.
All Times listed are EWT.
The popular revival of chokers is
going to the heads of some women
who now wear them in their braids.
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Houses participating in informal
rushing include Alpha Chi Omega,
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Omicron Pi,
Alpha Xi Delta, Collegiate Sorosis,
and Zeta Tau Alpha, according to
a recent announcement by Jo Liver-
more, Panhellenic rushing chairman.
Women who registered last Mon-
day for informal rushing as well as
those who were registered for the for-
mal rushing period are eligible for
informal rushing which will continue
during the remainder of the semester.
Party invitations will be telephoned
by the sorority, and girls are re-


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Do you have a surplus now
. . . that you are keeping
for a post-war house . . .
or car . . . or radio? Keep
it safely and prevent inflation
by putting it in War Bonds.
Keep a Savings

PRAISE the pre-registra-
tion testing and health ex-
amination given to all vet-
erans entering the Univer-
sity which results in the
misplacing of .few veterans
here, Clark Tibbitts, of the
Veterans' Service Bureau
said. Any veterans who
attend the University must
first be examined by Health
Service to determine
whether or not he is ready
to come back to school.
Following this, the Bureau
makes a study of his pre-
vious educational and mili-
tary records. Finally, as
one out of every seven vet-
erans is uncertain as to
vocational objective, those
who so desire are given the
opportunity to take a 13
hour psychological exam-
ination. All the informa-
tion is given to the veter-
an's academic counselor
who proceeds to make out
a program and who fol-
lows the.student through-

number of veterans in
school. The University of
Illinois, with 518 veterans,
and Northwestern, with
494, rank above the Uni-
versity, which has 421. The
University of Michigan is
one of a few colleges that
is admitting non-high
school graduate veterans
on the basis of aptitude
RADIO station, WPAG,
will go on the air soon but
adverse weather condi-
tions have prevented the
completion of a 230-foot
transmission tower. The
station, which will operate
on a frequency of 1050
kilocycles, will be devoted
to programs of local inter-
est. In addition to its lo-
cal office the station will
have a studio in Ypsilanti,
permitting it to service an
area of approximately 40
miles. WPAG will join with
the Michigan radio net-

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