X, MARCH 6,' 1946
T'HE MICHIGAN DAILY AGE FVl
First Performance of JG Play
To Be Held For Senior Women
Figure Skaters Will Hold Fourth
Annual Carnival at Michigan Rink
Daily to Hold Meeting Today for Coeds
Desiring to Work on Women's Staff
"There's Room for All," 1947 Jun-
ior Girls Play, will be presented for
the first time at 8:30 p.m. Thursday,
March 14, in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, to honor senior women after
the dinner and special program of
Tickets for the Senior Supper at
6 p.m. in the League Ballroom may
be purchased between 3 p.m. and 5
p.m. tomorrow, Friday, Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday in the of-
fice of the Social Director of the
League. Immediately following the
dinner, senior women will go to Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre for the tradi-
tional Senior Night program.
All senior women must wear caps
and gowns, and none will be admit-
ted to either the supper or the play
without them. Gowns may be picked
up Wednesday, March 13, and Thurs-
day, March 14, at a local sport shop.
A fee of $5 must be deposited to rent
caps and gowns, and a $3 refund will
be made upon their return. All wom-
en graduating in June must procure
their gown at this time, and they
may be kept until June. Any women
receiving any more than a Bachelor's
degree must place a special order for
Community singing in the Theatre
will open the traditional program for
Senior Night. Senior Parade, in
which married women light candles,
engaged women suck lemons, pinned
women wear straight pins, and unat-
tached women throw as many pennies
as they are old into the wishing well
will take place on the stage of the
"There's Room for All," a satire
on a theme familiar to all University
;oeds, will take the stage at 8:30 p.m.
Written, directed, and produced solely
ay Junior women, who promise that
the script will have laughs and en-
tertainment in the way of original
songs and dances. In keeping with
tradition, the exact theme of the play
must be kept secret until senior
women have seen the first presenta-
Coeds May Sign
For Rushing Today
In Panhel Office
Prospective rushees may register
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the last time
today in the Panhellenic Office or the
Those interested must have at least
a "C" average and must bring their
report cards to the Panhellenic Office
in the order to certify their grades.
Those women who have not as yet re-
ceived their report cards can register
without them but will be checked in
the Dean's office.
There will be a compulsory rushing
meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Rackham Auditorium. At this meet-
ing the present system of rushing and
information about open houses and
invitational parties will be explained.
After the first Open Houses, which
all rushees will attend, there will be
a weekly series of invitational parties
at the houses. During the last week
of March final desserts will take place
and pledging will be Sunday, March
The fourth Annual Figure Skating
Carnival will be held at 8 p.m. Sun-
day and Monday at the Michigan
Rink, under the direction of Mary
Frances Greschke, University coed.
Featured groups at the Carnival
will be the Ann Arbor Figure Skat-
ing Club and the University Women's
Figure Skating Club. Dr. John Bean
heads the Ann Arbor group, while
the Women's group is headed by
Included on the program will be
novelty numbers, pairs, trios and
ballet groups. Frances Radford, a
student in the Architecture School
will be one of the featured skaters
as well as Judy Cushing, Mimi Lewis.
Suzzane Ross and Jill Thompson.
Smith Coeds Form
When 18 upperclassmen at Smith
College, in conjunction with the eco-
nomics department come into their
own by forming a corporation for
the purpose of trading in stocks and
securities, it is a sign of the times.
These prospective incorporators are
enrolled in a corporations course.
"Ecelyco" or Economics Class Cor-
poration, was incorporated under the
laws of Massachusetts with the con-
sent of President Herbert Davis, and
the laws and by-laws were drawn up
by the class itself.
Prof. Ross, lecturer of the econom-
ics course and the corporation's legal
adviser, said the Ecclyco corporation
will give the students an opportunity
for corporate accounting practice.
Dr. Bradley Patten and Miss
Greschke, one of the outstanding
skaters of the middle west, will skate
in a pair, and several professional
skaters from Detroit will be included
on the program.
Tickets may be purchased at a lo-
cA bookstore. the League, and the
Tickets to Be Sold
For Pay-Off Dance
The informal Pay-Off Dance, which
will be presented be presented from
9 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, the
night after J-Hop, in the League
Ballroom will feature the music of
Denny Beckner and his "Mad Cap"
Tickets for this women-bid affair,
priced at $2 are to be sold from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. today, tomorrow and
Friday at the League and on the
Mortarboard, all campus honor-
ary society for senior women, is
sponsoring the traditional Pay-Off
Dance. Previous to the war, Mortar-
board presented this dance for fif-
teen years. It was always held the
weekend after J-Hop but was moved
up a week this year. Doris Heidgen
will be general chairman for the af-
The dance will be informal and
street length dresses will be in order.
The dance programs will bear minia-
ture Mortarboard emblems.
All women interested in working.
on the Women's Staff of The Daily
are cordially invited to attend a
meeting at 4:15 p.m. today in the
Student Publications Building.,
On this staff at weekly meetings
and through assignments opportunity
will be given to learn headline writ-
ing,. news, feature writing. and to
gain a knowledge of campus affairs.
After work of sufficient promise
on the Tryout Staff there will be
promotions to Soph Staff and Night
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Club Basketball will commence the
semester's activities with a meeting
at 5 p. m. today in Barbour Gym. All
experienced players are urged to join
the group and those who will attend
today's meeting have been asked to
come dressed to play. For further
information, call Lucille Sheetz,
The Bowling Club will hold its first
meeting of the semester at 4 pr m.
today in the League. Former members
and coeds interested in bowling are
invited to attend.
The Camp Counselors Club will
hold an organization meeting at 7:30
p. m. today in the Grand Rapids room
of the League. Anyone interested in
camp work is invited to join the club.
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