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June 14, 1945 - Image 5

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Junior Women Urged To Write!
Scripts for 1946 Project Play



Will Be Aired


Scripts for the 1946 Junior Girls
Play may be submitted by any junior
woman for the consideration of the
script committee.
All manuscripts should be mailed
to Janice Carter, 2821 Miami Road,
South Bend 14. Ind. before August
31. Scripts should be entered with
the understanding that the script
committee may use the entire play, or
any part or idea contained in the
play as written. Members of the
standing committee include Barbaral
Back Signout Sheets
Due Saturday Noon

Brady, Janice Carter, and Lois Kelso.
Carolyn Daley, general chairman
of JG Play, made scveral tips to pros-
pective playwrights. A minimum of
125 girls must appear on the stage
during the production, and singing
and dancing should be included in the
script, The revue type of presen-
tation is preferred, and the play must
contain a plot. There are no stipu-
lations concerning the theme, it may
deal with any subject. Because all
roles will be taken. by women, Miss
Daley urged that male parts be kept
at a minimum.
The script committee was chosen
during this semester so that the coeds


Emphasizing the role that the col-
loge woman is playing in the war ef~-
fort, a series of thirteen broadcasts
will be presented on WPAG during
the summer term.
Each week a different war activity
will be taken, the plans for the com-
ing semester given, and the qualifi-
cations and results of the past work
The first broadcast will be given
at 1:15 p. m. EWT Saturday, while
the times for the summer will be
announced later. The script will be
written by Margaret Baker.
Committees represented on War
Council, Freshman, Sophomore, Jun-I
ior Projects and other war activities
of the Michigan coeds will be treated
in this series.3

McCracken Is
Golf Medalist
Martha McCracken was named
winner in the golf tournament as the
Pitch-and Putt club of WAA con-
cluded its activities for the year.
Barbara Bathke, Phyllis Gainsburg,
Donalda Lockwood. Barbara Dewey,
Jane Richardson, Pat Dillenbeck, and
Barbara Wallace qualified for the
women's golf team and as substi-
tues. These girls have the privilege
of using the University course with-
out charge until next fall.
"Interest in the tournament was'
keen, although the weather was sel-
dom favorable." Barbara Dewey,
president of WAA club said. Miss,
Dewey announced that the club ex-
pects to have a food season next
year, although it will lose such out-'
standing players as Martha Mc-'
Cracken, Barbara Bathke, Donaldaj
Lockwood, Pat Dillenbeck, and Bar-
bara Wallace.,

UJM MER IATS are beginning to
bjlo[31-m orth for all occasions in
new styles and colors.
fMAtaLFR [ATS srem to be the
f lvetries. The lacy dutch cap is
i(,plc and feminine. and looks well
wi Uh sUInwIer :-u its, silk prints or cot-
r1HE ROUND CAPS and half-hats
are still popular and the plain-
(clored undecorated ones offer the
would-be designer a chance to create
originals to complement her ward-
robe. Many things can be done with
colored veil, flowers and ribbon.
r-1 HESAiLOR style that was so
popular this spring is being
shown in white and pastel straws and
raffias for summer wear. Nice things

are also done with flowers and veils
on this style. The natural straws es-
pecially are set off by gay plain or
printed hat bands.

Small, Simple Hats Are Favorites
For All-Occasion Summer We

ONE NOVEL IDEA that goes one ant director.
' better than just matching the Although the USO has been serv-
hat band with the dress material is .
a cloche made entirely of the same mg large Sunday breakfasts through-
material. Matching cotton dress or out the year, it has been forced to
simple suit and cloche are very fresh discontinue this practice, due to the
and pert looking, impossibility of obtaining food.
rIHE sophisticated braided hair-do's "We have had a tremendous group
look well under a plain white of servicemen attending these break-
straw tam set at a perky angle. This fasts," Miss Starr said. "We are now
same hat may be worn back on the absolutely unable to get any food for
crown of the head and goes well with more extensive meals, so we have had
short hair. This summer tams aren't to change the breakfasts by serving
14mited to straws but come also in only coffee and doughnuts," she con-
cotton gabardine. cluded.


All back signout sheets for. the may have the extra months in which
semester must be turned in by noon to write the play.

(E WT) Saturday in the Undergrad-

uate office of the League. t.. 1A l3 i i l 9i i ua Tlur
Current signout sheets for the WiI} Nt Improve
weeks from Monday, June 11 to Sat-
urday, June 23, should be handed in CHICAGO, June 13--(A>--Mothers
to the office of the Dean of Women. hard-pressed to find clothing for in-
Violations of closing hours for this fants and children face even tougher
period should be reported directly shopping days ahead.
to the Dean's office. This gloomy news was passed on
It has been requested that the today by John C. Goodall, general
sign-out sheets be placed in the Box m-anager of the Merchandise Mart
of Judiciary President Ruthann after a survey among the 456 manu-
Bales, since those sheets put on the facturers and dealers in women's,
table have occasionally been mis- children's and infants wear and ac-,
placed. cessories housed in the mart.

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You'll rate highest in town
with your selection of play
clothes from The Campus
Shop. Pinafores, shorts, Tf
,hirts, and swimming suits de-
signed to keep you ten degrees
r 1" Ole
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sion to those who for sufficient reas-
on might wish to be present.
Student Recital: Sarah Hanby
Gordon, pianist, will present a recital
in partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Master of
Music at 7:00 p. m. (CWT), Friday,
June 15, in the Assembly Hall of the
Rackham Building. A pupil of Jos-
eph Brinkman, Mrs. Gordon will be
heard in compositions by Mozart,
'Brahms. Bach, and Hindemith. The
public is cordially invited.
Student Recital: Audrey Unger.
violinist, will be heard in composi-I
tions by Corelli, Bruch, Ravel and
Milhaud, at 7:30 CWT, Sunday, June
17, in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
Miss Unger is a pupil of Gilbert Ross,
Wand presents the program in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree of Bachelor of Music.
The public is cordially invited.
Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of
Sculpture of the Institute of Fine
Arts: In the Concourse of the Michi-
gan League Building. Display will be
on view daily until Commencement.
Events Today
Tea at the International Center,
every Thursday, 3-4:30 p. m. Faculty,
foreign students, and their American
friends are cordially invited.

Change of Address: Everyone who rIhc Regular Thursday Evening
is registered with the Bureau, in eith- Record Concert will be held in the
er the General or Teaching Division, Ladies Lounge of the Rackham
is reminded to leave a summer ad- Building at 6:30 p. m. The program
dress and telephone in the office. will consist of Quartet No. 9 in C
This should be done whether you plan Major by Beethoven; Piano Concerto
to be at home or somewhere else., in A Major by Schumann; and Sym-
Anyone who has accepted a position phony No, 2 in C Major by Schu-
and has not yet reported it is urged mann. All Graduate students are
to do so at once, as calls are coming cordially invited to attend this con-
in every day. It causes much confu- cert.
sion and loss of time if the Bureau -- -
recommends you after you have al- All-Campus Sing with programs by
ready accepted a job. the University of Michigan Men's
University Bureau of Appointments Glee Club and the Michigan Band,
aid Occupational Information. 3 Library steps at 7:15 p. m. tonight.
The Women of the University Fac- CEvents
ulty will hold their final meeting of Coming
the year today at 3:30 (CWT) in the All tudets who have competed
West Conference Room of the Rack-!'lsth o hotae invited
ham Building. Tea will be served. o the Hopwood ontests are invited
and officers for the coming year will
noon from 9:00 to 11:00 (CWT) to
be elected. All members are urgedh:
to atend.meet Struthers Burt.
to attend.
Pot-Luck Supper at 5:15 p.m. CWT
Phi Delta Kappa membership Friday. First Unitarian Church. Dis-
meeting will be held today and to- cussion program 6:15 p. in. on Fried-
morrow at 3:30 p. in. in room 3203 erich Hayek's book, The Road to
University High School. (CWT). Serfdom. Prof. Wesley Maurer, dis-
cussion leader. Prof. David Owen,
Pi Lambda Theta picnic and in- presenting Hayek's views. Prof. John
stallation of new officers Thursday, Shepard, criticism of Hayek. Discus-
June 14, at 5:30 til 7:15 in the sion from the group. Everyone is in-
Women's Athletic Building. All mem- vited to participate in the Discussion
bers are cordially invited. Program.









Social Security Board: Any seniors
who would be interested in seeing the
representative from the Dearborn of-
fice, Friday. June 15, should call the
Bureau of Appointments, Univ.
Thursday for appointment.



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