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I9 DECEMBER 2, 1945 .





Dramatic, Singing, Dancing Parts
In JQ Play Are Open to Juniors,
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Dramatic tryouts for the 1946 Jun-
ior ,Girls Play will open, and singing
and dancing tryouts will continue this
week for all junior women who wish
to take part in their most important
class event.
Speaking parts will be tried out
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday,
from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, and
from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday at
the League. Notice of rooms for the
tryouts will be posted on the board
in the League lobby. All junior wom-
en who have had any experience or
who are interested in dramatics are
urged to try out.
Women will read parts of the
actual script when trying out, and'
the play calls for many varied
types of characters, according to
Jean Raine, director of the play.
Additional singing and dancing
tryouts will be held this week, and in-
terested women are not required to
sign for the time they wish to appear.
Time and place of the tryouts will
be announced in The Daily later this
Junior women should present eligi-
bility cards and receipts for the pay-
ment of junior class dues at the time
of tryouts.

"Junior women who are already
members of Play committees are
eligible to appear in the play,
and need not be hesitant about try-
ing out," Carolyn Daley, general
chairman, explained. "Because
there are so many parts in the play,
every junior woman may partici-
pate," she concluded.
Junior Girls Play is an annual
event, and is written, directed, and
performed by junior women in honor
of the women of the senior class. The
theme of the play is kept secret until
the first night of presentation. The
play is scheduled for Jan. 17, 18, and
19, 1946.
All house presidents and house
heads are required to attend a
meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Lydia Mendelssorn
Theatre of the League, according
to Ruthann Bales, president of
Judiciary Council.
The meeting, which will concern
the presidents and house heads of
all dormitories, league houses, and
sororities is under the authoriza-
tion of Judiciary Council and the
Office of the Dean of Women.

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Soph Cabaret
Campus Ticket
Sales To Begin
Mistletoe Mingle To Be Given
At 7:30 p. m. Friday in League
Tickets for Mistletoe Mingle, the
1945 Soph Cabaret which is to be pre-
sented at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the
League, will go on sale tomorrow at
the League, the Union, and at several
campus locatons.
The tickets are to be sold from 3
p.m. until 5 p.m. every day to-
morrow through Friday, and from
10 a.m. until noon Saturday. The
ticket booth in the League will be
open from noon to 1 p.m. and from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow through
Friday. Sales will also be held in
the lobby of the General Library
from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., at the cen-
ter of the diagonal from 11 a.m.
until 1 p.m., and at the Engineering
Arch from 10 a.m. to noon, tomor-
row through Friday.
Betty Eaton, ticket chairman for
Soph Cabaret, is being assisted in
ticket sales by Carla Mullendore,
Sally Stamats, Corrine Azen, Virginia
Gaiser, Joan Pereles, Barbara Busse,
Sally Forman, and Florence Tsilkosf.
Dormitory representatives will con-
tinue to sell tickets in women's resi-
dences throughout the week. It is
traditional that sophomore women
ask their dates to Cabaret, and all
sophomores are urged to support their
class project. Tickets will also be sold
this week in the East and West Quad-
Mistletoe Mingle will feature
dancing to the music of Lowry
Clark and his orchestra, and the
motion picture which will be shown
is "Made for Each Other," star-
ring Carole Lombard and James
Highlighting this year's soph Cab-
aret will be a mixer room, under the
supervision of Jeanne Lindsey and
her hostess committee, with dancing
to records and community singing
from 8:30 p.m. until 10:45 p.m. in the
Hussey room of the League.
Suomynona Meeting
Suomynona will hold its first gen-
eral meeting at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
the League Ballroom, and all under-
graduate women not living in dormi-
tories, league houses, sorority houses,
cooperatives, or the League are urged
to attend.
What Suomynona is and what its
plans for this year are will be dis-
cussed by Marjorie Baker, president.
Buy Victory Bonds!

Students May
Aid Local Club
In Hostel Work
The Ann Arbor Council of the
American Youth Hostels, Inc., is of-
fering an opportunity for students to
direct recreation and group work in
the Youth Hostel office and to help
organize activities of the council.,
This job experience is available to
students after an interview with a
council representative. The co-ed who
qualifies will obtain experience in
many of the activities of the Youth
Hostel organization.
Training Program
The student will learn to organize
and train volunteers and leaders, pre-
pare publicity material including a
monthly bulletin, operate an office
and keep the records, and lead and
supervise Youth Hostel trips.
In addition to this, she will be able
to attend council and committee
meetings dealing with allied fields of
endeavor of interest to a Youth Hos-
.tel program, and assist with special
events, such as reunions, round-ups,
and open houses.
Contact Work
After working for a term or longer,
the student should have a basic
knowledge regarding methods of or-
ganization and procedure in Youth
Hostel work. She should know how
to meet the public, plan meetings,
prepare reports, organize volunteers
and leaders, and make necessary com-
mittee contacts for general progress.
The Youth Hostel office in Ann
Arbor is located at 225 East Ann;
the telephone is 2-3604. Students in-
terested are asked to contact Miss
Margrete McDaniel, regional director
on Tuesday.
There will be a rehearsal of the
Soph Cabaret floor show from 3 p.m.
to 6 p.m. today. Members of singing
and dancing choruses and specialty
acts must be present.
The refreshments committee will
meet at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, and
at 4:15 p.m. Friday in the League.
Committee members must bring all
equipment to the meeting on Friday.
* * *
The central committee of Soph
Cabaret will meet at 5 p.m. tomor-
row, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
and Friday in the League.
"League Lowdown," a newspaper
published by the undergraduates, con-
tains information on all women's
projects, meetings, petitioning, and
other League Activities. Publication of
the paper was recently resumed fol-
lowing a several years' lapse during
the war.

Weather in An Arbor is something
unique and sufficient unto itself; this
profound statement can be amplified
by merely gazing out of a window for
twenty-four hours.
It would be fortunate if inhabitants
could merely look at the weather, but
since the exigencies of education force
its aspirants to walk for 'it, the only
motto in dress has to be preparedness.
If the sun is shining at 9 a.m., it will
be raining at noon, and snowing by
5 p.m. If it looks so cold that fur
coats, snuggies, and stadium boots
appear to be the only solution, the
first step out the front door will dis-
close warm and balmy breezes.
An infallible method of prediction
has been sought for years by harried
coeds. Philosophy, mathematics, the
supernatural, and plain intuition have
proved inadequate. The best way to
solve the perrenial moot question has
been found in having one's roommate
call after her eight o'clock with the
latest report.

Harried Coeds Seek Methods
Of Outguessing Local Weather

Hockey Group
To Play U High

But even this is not entirely satis-
fying, because a new cloud is certain
to nake its appearance over the
campus by noon.
Designers at present are working
on a compact little cart, to be pulled
by the weather-beater, with assigned
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stadium boots, defrosters, earmuffs
and bathing suits. But until post war
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During November, the prepared ga
must reckon with three elements in
the main, sun, rain and snow. Ruling
out the possibility.of wearing a win-
ter coat and carrying a raincoat over
the left arm and a topcoat over the
right, (with appropriate accessories
dangling from each), a good middle
course is to wear a warm winter coal
which is waterproof. When rain fall
it should shed the torrents. Rubber
soled shoes end the embarrassment ol
plodding about in boots with the sun
shining brightly.

WAA Notices
Tomorrow: Bowling Club, 3:30 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. at Recreation Bowling
Alleys. Hockey Club, game with Uni-
versity High at 4:30 p.m., spectators
welcome. Rifle club at 4 p.m. and 5
p.m., advanced women will shoot and
beginners will receive range instruc-
Tuesday: Bowling Club, 3:30 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. at Recreation Bowling
Alleys. Figure Skating, 3 p.m. to 4
p.m. at Coliseum, carnival practice
will begin and regular attendance is
required. Crop and Saddle will meet
at 5:05 p.m. at Barbour gym.
Tomorrow at 5:10 p.m.: Kappa
Alpha Theta I vs. Zone II-A, Dap-
pa Kappa Gamma vs. Martha
Cook I; 7:20 p.m.: Madison vs.
Newberry, Zone ITT-B vs. Martha
Cook II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.: Cheever I
vs. Adams, Alpha Phi vs. Alpha Xi
Delta I; 7:20 p.m.: Vaughn I vs.
Oakland, Alpha Omicron Pi vs.
Zone V-A; 8 p.m.: Markley vs. Jor-
dan II, Zone II-B vs. Zone II-C.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.: Mosher
I vs. Cheever II, Mosher III vs.
Sorosis; 7:20 p.m.: Gamma Phi
Beta vs. Jordan I, Zone X-A vs.
Zone IV-B; 8 p.m.: Zone IX-A vs.
Zone VI, Zone IX-B vs. State
There will be a volleyball tourna-
ment at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at Bar-
bour Gymnasium between physical
education graduates and the junior
class physical education majors.

WAA hockey club is.scheduled to
play its first game of the season with
University High School, at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow at Palmer Field, Betty Eat-
on, manager, announced.
Though the season is shortened by
the late opening of the fall semester,
60 women have enrolled. Weather per-
mitting, meetings are held Monday,
Wednesday and occasionally Friday
from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Instructions in
hockey for beginners are given under
I the direction of Mildred E. Anderson,
advisor. The club has the use of two
playing fields at Palmer Field in con-
trast to one field used in previous
years, making it possible for 2 prac-
tice games to progress at one time.
A game with Michigan State Nor-
t mal College in Ypsilanti and a picnic
s are among the plans for this season.
Hockey club activities for next fall
f are expected to be more numerous
because of the extended time allowed
, by the early opening of school.

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