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March 25, 1948 - Image 6

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Curtain To Rise Tomorrow onJrG

Play, 'Make Mine Michigan'


Senior 1W"o111,16 f W ruc
Student life tlt it l sn Tb
lights at 8:oO p . Iuit.i : Un 1a il Ix(L \1m i.i i
Mine Michiginn.'
Joining a procession of brilliant shows which began here in
1904, JGP will, in uroper tradition, be ireviewed this evening by
senior women only, marching in caps and gowns from their annual
senior supper
A fast and furious take-off on 1948 student life at Michigan, this
year's show was planned by the central committee and written by
Martha Delano. It features many striking songs composed by Vir-
ginia Coffin with lyrics by Mary Alice Cheny.
For the total production, JGP Chairman Pat Hannegan and her
assistant Nancy Hess recruited an army of over 300 coeds. The shows
co-directors are Pat McKenna and Betty Estes, and the leading roles
are taken by Marilyn Scheel, Audrey Buttery and Ruth Mollnow.
The chorus was selected and drilled to precision by Chairman Pat
Baumgarten with the able assistance of Barbara Kelso, choral direc-
tor, and Eugenia McCallum, dance director.
The old familiar campus landmarks have been recreated in
the brilliant stage sets designed and constructed under the direc-
tion of Ginny Garritsen. Ann Tuck and Bev'°rly Ketchik are stage
All the costumes are Michigan originals created by Nat Elliott and
Judy Minogue and their committee. Realistic props ranging from
Union buttons to Willow Run buses have been collected under the di-
rection of Jean Blinn and Camille Porch.
Alline Brown is supervising the gr'ease-paint application, and
Corinne Firth is in charge of Ushers. Harriet Fenske has headed
the campus-shaking advertising campaign.
Thus with a slogan of "300 girls can't be wrong" the JGP's "Make
Mine Michigan" stands set to flood the campus with mirth and melody
tomorrow and Saturday.


BELLS WILL RING during JGP this evening when (front) Marge Protiva, Ann Tuck, Bev Keteik,
Susan Martin and Shirley Smith get the proper ties into order.

Rally - "Help the Ingrahms,"
7:30 p.m., League.
Young Democrats - Meeting,
7:30 p.m., Rm. 316, Union.
Radio -- "Campus News," 5:45
p.m., WPAG.
Lecture-"The Ancestral Gulf
of Mexico," by George S. Buchan-
an, 4:10 p.m., Rm. 2054, Natural
Science Bldg.
Women's Glee Club-Rehearsal,
4:00 p.m., Hill Auditorium stage,
Attendance compulsory.
Inter-Guild Chapel - Brief
meditation service, 7:30 a.m.
League Chapel.
Coffee Hour - Westminster
Guild, 3:30 p.m., Russel Parlors.
Michigan Theatre -"You Were
Meant for Me," 1, 3, 5, }7, and 9
State Theatre-"Relentless," 1,
3, 5, 7, and 9 p.m.
ADA-Open meeting, 4:00 p.m.,
Rm. 316, Union.
It is generally understood that
the apple was first grown in
southwestern Asia and southern,
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
Sold, t;
Rented, -
314 South State St.
G. I. Requisitions Accepted

THAT ANN ARBOR has its pretty women is to be proven by (back
Jan Taylor when they make up Margaret Paton, Peg llerrick, and
Heifers for Europe Campaign
Openson Caml-pusThis Week

k) Sophia Holly, Anne Mosher and
Judie MacKenzie for the produe-
The largest and most important
silver mines in the world are lo-
cated in Northnd South Amner-

Europe's heaviest war casualties
-the younge' gen(ation r -e
lookino to the future with new
hope because relief worker Dan
West recognized the need of chil-
dren for nourishing food and did
£ something about it.
What West, a Brethren Service
x}" Committee representative, did can
be measured by four-digit numer-
als. Noting that most farms were
completely devoid of stock, West
hit upon the double-barrelled plan
}E ~ of sending American heifers
abroad. In this way, essential pro-
x tein would be supplied from the
dairy products and farmers could
THAT IT'S A RIGHTLY RRAiL ( P.S in Ann Arbor also restock their farms.
will be illustrated by thsnrydnd Americans took up the idea and
responded with funds sufficient
Ginny Garritsen, (back) Karcn Lidh nd M1ary BuH ire creat- to ship more than 4,000 heifers
ing- since the war's end. Some went to

needy farmers. Many more were
sent to orphanages and institu-
tions for blind children, some of
whom had never tasted butter.
The University Famine Com-
mittee, with a record of 11 heifers
sent last year, has opened the
campus drive this week. Organiza-
tions have been asked to make
pledges for heifer purchases and
return the pledge to Lane Hall.
Fighter Squadron
There will be an organizational
meeting for all men interested in
joining the 171st Fighter Squad-
ron at 8 p.m. today at the Na-
tional Guard hangar at Wayne
County Airport.
Openings are still available in

both air and ground jobs.

TECHNIC MEMBER BEV HALEY is tossed out of the Garg office
by Nancy Vedder and Ann Winer during rehearsal of Scene II in

(Continued from Page 4)
Village Interdenominational
Church Fellowship, University
Community Center, Willow Vil-
lage: 8 p.m., Maundy Thursday
Service, Tenebrae, Holy Commun-
Coming Events
Professor A. K. Lahti, School of
Architecture and Design, will
speak on the subject "Design and
Mass Acceptance" Fri., March 26,
10 a.m., East Lecture Room, Rack-
ham Bld. All students in wood
technology and furniture pro-
grams are expected to attend this
meeting. Others interested are
Pi Lambda Theta, Xi Chapter:
Tea for prospective members, Sat.,
March 27, 2:30 p.m., East Confer-
ence Room, Rackham Bldg.
German Coffee Hour: Fri.,
March 26, 3-4:30 p.m., Michigan
League Coke Bar. All interested
students and faculty members in-
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation's
Corned Beef Corner will be closed
until April 17.
Instruction in American Ball-
room Dancing: Classes, 8-10 p.m.,
Fri., March 26, International Cen-
ter. Record dancing 10 p.m.-mid-
Sabbath Evening Services: Fri.,
March 26, 7:45 p.m., B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation. These service

will present an Inter-Faith Oneg
Shabbott, featuring a dramatized
reading of the Book of Esther. All
religious group are invited.
Village Interdenominational
Church Fellowship, University
community Center, Willow Vil-
lage: Fri., March 26, 8 p.m., Good
Friday Service; choir will render
Dubois' "The Seven Last Words."


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