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JUNE6 ,1945


Carolyn Daley
Chairman for 1
Ru thMcMorris
To Be Assistant
Carolyn Daley. Day House, has been
eboscn geicral chairman of the 1946
Jwior Girls' Play, according to an
ainuu1cerent made yesterday by
W1#jge's Judiciary Council.
l4u,t~h McMorri6,. Kappa Alpha

Dance Program
Planned by Club
An informal studio dance program
will be presented at 4:20 p.m. EWT
tomorrow by members of the Ballet
Chia in the dance studio of Barbour
Consisting of class reviews, the
piogram will also feature modern
d club mincbers and physical ed-.
ucagion majors who will perform
dance-, of their own Qhoreography.
Miss Josephine Uantis of the Depart-
meit of Physical Education for Wom-
en will direct the modern dance.
In addition, the Ballet Club will
perforni several classical dances
which have been designed for pre-
sentation to the accompaniment of
excerpts from music by Chopin. The
ballet will be directed by Jean Par-
sons and is entitled Ballet Classique.
The program is open free of charge
to the general public.
Stockwell To Hold
Dance Saturday
Stockwell Hall will hold a formal'
dance called the "You-All Ball" from
9 l.m. to midnight EWT Saturday
following a Southern theme of moon-
light and magnolias.
Couples will dance on the terracej
or in the ballroom to the music of
Don Traecy's band, while trellises
bloom with white magnolia blossoms
under the Stockwell moon.
Real southern comfort will be the
aim of the refreshment committee.
Two colored mammies will be on
hand .to serve "mint juleps" to the
The affair is under the direction of
Lois Streelman, general chairman
Natalie Hersch and Arlene Robinson
head the refreshment committee and
.Tune Leslie, Nancy Robertson and
Inger Glasus are in charge of decor-
ations. The ticket committee is un-
der the direction of Louise Cunning-
ham and Janet Osgood.
Mrs. Martha Ray, house director,
and Miss Olga Overin, assistant di-
ractoi, will be chaperones.
First Wac to be discharged under
the point system was T/5 Margaret
A. Hajdu of Cadillac who was re-
leased from Fort Sheridan, Ill.

Chosen General
946 JG Play
Theta, will be assistant chairman,
with Jean Raine, Delta Gamma, di-
recting the play. The position of
secretary-treasurer has been given to
Eleanor Stewart, Alpha Omicron Pi,
and she will be assisted by Barbara
Dewey, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Stage Crew Chosen Also
The stage .crew will be directed by
Janet Young, Kappa Delta, acting as
stage manager. The music commit-
tee ha, been divided into three parts,
with the position of composer going
to Elaine Raiss, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma. Marian Sharkey, Kappa Alpha
Theta, is in charge of lyrics, and
Rose Didarian will be choral director
for the play.
Three women comprise the script
committee: Lois Kelso, Alpha Gam-
ma Delta. Barbara Brady, Pi Beta
Phi, and Janice Carter, Reeves House.
Janice Bernstein, Alpha Epsilon Phi.
will serve as chief choreographer.
heading the dance committee.
Chairman of the ticket committee
is Virginia Council, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, 'who will be assisted by
'Carol Siebert, Mosher Hall. Mar y
Cochran, Pi Beta Phi. is chainan
of the costume committee, and Vir-
ginia Scott, Betsy Barbour, is in
charge of scenery.
Publicity, Makeup Chairmen
Makeup direction will be handled
by Shirley Hansen, Martha Cook
Building. Doris Krueger, Stockwell,
has been chosen publicity chairman,
and she will be assisted by Lynne
Ford, Delta Delta Delta.
The ushering committee will be
headed by Catherine Cowan, Stock-
well, while Ann Kutz, Kappa Alpha
Theta, will be in charge of programs.
This is the first year committee
chairmcn for JG Play have been
chosen during the spring semester.
The change was made in an effort
to facilitate the organization of com-
mittees before fall semester.

Alumnae Serve





Among the Michigan Alumnae
overseas is Lt. Allis Fountain Hussey,
'21, who is now with a base censor-.
, ship detachment on New Guinea,
after having spent 'several weeks in
Brisbane. Australia.
Lt. Hussey has met many of the
New Guinea natives, and wrote of
them, "The natives are fuzzy-wuz-
zies, picturesque though scarcely at-
tractive. Many understand English
and since the flood of troops swept
their island, they have done ver3
well 1elling souvenirs - grass skirts.
cdd shells. carved wood alligators
and lakatois."
Lt. Jessie L. Miller, '41. is now on
the Island of Oahu, after taking a
nine months' physiotherapy coursc
at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. Of this in-
tensive training, she said. "Going tc
classes Six days p r week, eight
hours per day and then studying
from four to six hours at night ih
some job! Graduate work is simih
in comparison." Lt. Miller is now
enjoying the swimming, tennis. and
other sports offered en Oahu. as well
as "the chance to tour and : ec every-
A Michigan graduate, Kay Glad-
ding, '402, narrowly escaped death
when a German bomb recently de-

By LUCIA ALBANESE o rre taj compensate for irregu-'
Do you remember what the British lar features u other physical de-
playwright James Barrie, said about fects.
feminine charm in that wise and It doesn't really matter whether
witty play, "What Every Woman your specialty is photography, dane-
Knows"? lie said, "If you have it; ing, rose-growing or collecting wood-
you don't need anything else and if ' en earrings. Just give it all the energy
you don't have it, it doesn't much and zest you have, and every spare
matter what else you have," moment, too,
You probably know at least one Ycu'll soon find your conversa-
woman who proves the truth of tion sparkling with enthusiasm and
that axiom - whose winning man- studded with lively anecdotes. Lots!
ner and interesting conversation of exciting things can happen,
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when, for example., you're tracking
down an odd pair of earrings for
your collection. And self-conscious-
ness simply falls by the wayside
when you talk about something you
care about.
You will find, too, that while you
have fun with your new hobby, your
friends will come to look on you in a
new light, as an expert in your own
field. You'll be a really interesting
person to know, a welcome addition,
to every group

Interesting Conversation Is Vital to Charm

I ._I

Orientation Advisors
For Fall Semester
'To Meet Thlursdcay
There is a compulsory meeting for
all freshman and transfer orientation
advisors for the fall term at 5 p. in.
EWT (4 p. m. CWT) tomorrow. Fresh-
man advisors will meet in the- Hus-
sey Room, while a notice of the room
where the transfer advisors will meet
will be posted on the bulletin board
over the main desk. It is essential
that all advisers attend this meeting.





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the Red Cross club in
serving in France.
was a member of an



Bris' Halos
"Different" headdresses offer the
summier bride an infinite number of
ways of making herself alluring.
A white straw hat trimmed with
pique or natural flowers is a "natural"
for a garden wedding, and looks espe-I
cially pretty with a white eyelet em-
broidered dress, featuring the pep-
lum bodice, which is fast regaining
Small circlet hats of white straw,
lace and flowers are ideal for infor-
mal weddings to go with a short dress.
A pale blue linen, frock with Irish
embroidery is something new for the
bride who doesn't want to wear the
conventional white.
For the bride who likes to wear her
hair high, a coronet of orange blos-
soms holding the veil looks especially
smart, and should be worn with a
slender white gown of period satin'
for the Empress look.
The old-fashioned girl will look
especially sweet if she chooses a
pleated cap and short veil trimmed
with sprigs of lily of the valley to be
worn with a marquisette dress.

tainment unit.
* ci a -t
Coeds of Washtenaw House will
hold a farewell picnic at 5:30 p.m.
They will ride their bicycles to the
Arboretum where they will roast hot
dogs for their supper. A baseball
game will top off the evening.
Square dancing will be offered at
9 p.m. EWT every Thursday in the
USO Club at Harris Hall for service-
men who are interested.
A piano accompanist and a caller
for dances will be on hand, and re-
freshments will be served.
Dancing lessons will be held from
.8 p.m. to 10 p.m. EWT every Friday
beginning June 8 at the USO Club
in Harris Hall for servicement.
All servicemen and civilians on
campus are cordially invited to the
Cotton Ball at Cousins Hall at 7:30
on Friday. It will be an informal
party and the cotton ball theme
will be carried out by the decora-
"Doe" Yielding will lie the mas-
ter of ceremonies and is in charge
of the entertainment. There will
be mixers dancing and refresh-
ments during the evening.

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WAA Notices



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Highlighting the last meeting of
the Tennis Club will be the appear-
ance of Leroy Weir, member of the
faculty of the School of Education
and tennis coach for the University
The meeting will be held at 5 p. m. I
tomorrow at WAB lounge and all
members are requested to attend.
Mr. Weir will discuss fundamental
tennis technique and tournament
The second and third rounds in
the playoffs of the tennis tourna-
ment must be played off by Saturday.
Dorothy Goppelt, Ganna Phi Beta,
is campus champion in the Univer-
I sity ping pong tournament sponsored
by the Ping Pong Club of WAA, it
was announced recently by Jan Mor-
gan, chairman.
Participating in the contest were
110 women who won games within
their individual residences. These
coeds then. played matches, the win
ners of which entered the semi-finI
als. They include Margaret Davey,
Sue Curtis, Martha Cook; Donna
Kramer, Jordan Hall and Miss Gop1
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen of
Trenton, Mich., have recently an-
nounced the engagement of - their
daughter, Alma, to Peter J. Stanlis,
son of Mr.- and Mrs. James Stanlis
of Nutley, N.J.
Miss Nielsen is a member of the
senior class at the University. SheI
will receive her BA. degree in ,Tune,
Mr. Stanlis was graduated from
Middlcbury College in Middlebury,
Vt., in 1942. He received his M.A.
from Bread Loaf School of English
in 1944, also in Vermont. He is now
ii the Graduate School at the Uni-


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