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Tryouts for the 1948-49 Junior
Girl's Play will begin Wednesday,
Jan. 5, and continue through Fri-
day, Jan. 7, in the League.
Any junior woman who is eligi-
ble to take part in campus activi-
ties and who has paid the junior
class dues may participate in these
tryouts.
TRYOUTS WILL be divided into
three sections; those for speaking,
dancing, and singing parts. Betty
Jo Faulk, director, emphasizes the
fact that every coed who tries out
will be used in the show in some
part.
Those juniors who are inter-
ested only in committee work
may attend a mass meeting
which will be held Jan. 12 in the
L-ague Ballroom.
Betty Jo Faulk will be in charge
of tryouts for speaking parts.
Marsha Ames will direct dance

tryouts. Tryouts for singing parts
will be given under Katherine
Mills and Louise Steele.
VIRGINIA CAMPBELL, gen-
eral chairman of JGP, reports.
"Many enthusiastic workers are
needed for all phases of the pro-
duction to make this year's JGP a
ecord success."
The Junior Girl's Play is a
tradition which was started in
1904. It is given every year for
senior women following the sen-
ior supper. In 1923 these pro-
ductions were opened to the
public on the two nights follow-
ing the senior supper when the
play is first given.
The theme of this Year's JGP is
being kept a secret according to
custom. The only information
which has been released is that it
will be a musical satire.

Women's Fashion World Now
Seeks Well Trained Executivies

It's a woman's world and like
other worlds, it is becoming more
and more specialized.
It was inevitable that with de-
partment stores, fashion maga-
zines, advertising agencies, etc.
loudly crying for executives, an
answer must be found to satisfy
the demand by providing trained
young women who could advance
with striking speed to the higher
levels of the fashion world.
AN ANSWER has been found.
Located in the heart of New York's
shopping district is The Labora-
tory Institute of Merchandising.
It was founded in 1939 with a pro-
gram designed to meet the grow-
ing needs of progressive stores for
personnel capable of being de-
veloped into effective executives.
The Laboratory Institute of
Merchandising bears very lit-
tle resemblance to the conven-
tional school. It is completely
equipped as an operating de-
partment store. The young
women students work with ac-
tual merchandise in surround-
ings similar to those in which
they find themselves on gradu-
ation.
Aid to Ironing
To make ironing blouses'less of
a trick, use a padded mitt when
ironing sleeves. It prevents a deep
crease and many little wrinkles at
the shoulder-gives a professional
finish.

In the course of their studies,
the students perform such diverse
tasks as buying and selling mer-
chandise, designing and setting
up window displays, preparing,
promoting and presenting fashion
shows, writing fashion advertising,
planning interior arrangement of
home furnishings and handling
fashion publicity.
* * *
GRADUATES OF the Institute
now find themselves in the ca-
pacity of buyers, stylists, display
heads, fashion reporters, junior
interior (store) decorators, em-
ployment and personnel managers
and numerous other positions.
The institute offers a one-
year course and a two-year
course. To qualify for the one-
year course, the candidate must
have completed at least one year
of college and pass an evalua-
tion test.
If further information is desired,
catalogues may be obtained by
writing to the Laboratory Insti-
tute of Merchandising at 45 West
34th Street, New York 1, New
York.
Winter Carnival
There will be a meeting of the
Central Committee of Winter
Carnival at 6:45 p.m. today in
the Union. It is necessary that
everyone be there on time to
have the group picture taken.

PET-Great Dane, Prince of Neelia, is petted by Maureen Arman-
asco, 2, at Belmont, Australia.
Party Will Honor Freshmen

Panhellenic and Assembly As-
sociations will sponsor an infor-
mal Christmas party for fresh-
men women from 3 -to 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the League Ballroom.
Hostesses for the party have
been chosen from all dormitories,
league houses, sororities and Ann
Arbor students. In addition,
nemb1ers of the board of Panhel-
lenic Association, affiliated wor.-
en s organization, and Assembly,
Association, organization for in-
dependent women, will be host-
esses.
These women will introduce
freshmen to other guests. One of
the purposes of the party is to pro-
mote friendship between coeds of
the freshmen class and upperclass-

to other members of their own
class.
Entertainment has been planned
for everyone. Those who care to
may play bridge. A floorshow fea-
turing Pat Baumgarten, pianist,
and Jean Boos, vocalist, will be
given midway through the party.
Mrs. Santa Claus in person will be
mistress of ceremonies.
Decorations on the Christmas
theme will add to the gala spirit
of the party. Tables will be dec-
orated like huge gift packages with
gay ribbons and papers. The win-
dows will be hung with red and
green crepe paper.
The table bearing refreshments
will have a centerpiece of pine

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men, besides introducing freshmen boughs and holly.

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lobbhies
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Puzzles

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Maybe You Won't Find It at Home,
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- Gifts for All Ages -
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