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Tryouts for JGP
Start Tomorrow

Try
Girls'
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to 10
Friday
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three.
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Women Must Sign Up Before Auditioning;
Schedules Posted in UndergraduateOffice
(outs for the 1948-49 Junior parts will be given by Kather=
Play will begin tomorrow ine Mills and Louise Steele.
continue through Saturday Virginia Campbell, chairman of
ing in the ABC Room of the ;GP, encourage all juniors to try-
ie. out. "There will be a place for
e tryout schedule will be as every one who fries out in the
s: 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10, lay.
tomorrow; 1 to 5 p.m. and 7 * ;* *
p.m. Thursday; 3 to 5 p.m. ANY JUNIOR women who has
y; 9 to 12 a.m. Saturday. ,aid junior class dues may par-
coeds who plan to try out icipate in these tryouts. All coeds
GP must sign up in advance who expect to be eligible next se-
ieir auditions in the Under- mester or who are already eligible I
ate Office of the League. may audition. Those who have
person who wishes to tryout eligibility cards are asked to bring
e given a 10 minute audi= them to the auditions.
Also included in the tryouts
* * * will be women who will be jun-
YOUTS will be divided into iors next semester, but who now
.sections; those for dancing, rank as sophomores.
ig and acting parts. All Those juniors who are Interest--
of the play may be audi- Etd only in committee work for this
I for in one tryout period. musical satire may attend a mass
are asked to sign up one au- meeting which will be held Jan.
only, according to Betty Jo 12 in the League Ballroom.
director. The theme of JGP is being kept
a secret according to tradition.
ss Faulk will be in charge The idea originated in 1904. Orig-
uditions for speaking parts. inally the play was performed
ha Ames will direct dance only once in a private perform-t
uts. Auditions for singing ance for the senior women.1

Ihfly--Pill O li) or
J--'OP PI'lANNER8--Memribers of the .-l ijg v itral c(-,ikIkal eee are mai-king inal plans for the
year's biggest dance. Members seated on fl(oo are 4)Joyce Atchison, general chairman, and Nancy
Williams, booths chairman.I Seated are Nancy Cupples, dectol-ations; Jiwm irh1 k, finaince; Margaret
Price, musaic; bill Owen, building and grounds; Ruth (ianpbell, )ragramiis and jatrons; Jaek Ilay-
ward, tickets, and Donna De Harde, publicity.
THAT 'STRONG' APPEAL:
'cPul Bumyan- o Feature Music Of Benny Strong

'""":iv:":: ...:........ ".V. . . . . . . . . . . .
... By LUCILLE DONALDSON
VILLAGE RESIDENTS have settled down to the grind of finals
after what for many was a two-week holiday but to others was a
period of "catching up." Many who remained in the Village for the
vacation used the time for writing term papers and outside reading.
Regular routine of group -meetings anti socia! events will get
under way tomorrow with the program of the ceramics workshop.
Grover Cole, assistant professor of modeling and ceramics of the
University, will be guest lecturer.
A larger kiln with a muffle of 13 by 13% has arrived from
California. Two smaller kilns, made by members of the class, will be
ready for use next week. This will make four available to the group.
Regular meeting of the second ceramics class will be at 8 p.m.
Thursday.
*i * * *
Election of officers will be the main business at the Tuesday,
January 11, meeting of Student Wives Club. The program will be
a luncheon demonstration by Fred Beavis of the Detroit division
of Sealtest Dairies. He will also show a movie.
The slate of candidates includes Mrs. Robert Farr and Mrs.'
Melvin May, candidates for presidents Mrs. Roland Gumprechi and
Mrs. James W. Ramsey, vice president; Mrs. Adrian Hainline, Jr.,
secretary, and Mrs. Lyston Jaco and Mrs, Wayne Schoeppacli, treas-
urer.
The Cosmopolitan Club, a group of foreign and American born
wives, will have Miss Marion Wilson, project services supervisor,
as guest at their meeting on Jan. 10. She will show slides taken
when she served in the Near East and will also play foreign records.
Mrs. William Smith and Mrs. William A. Tompkins will be
hostesses for the authentic English tea following the program.
Faculty Wives Club announces a committee meeting at 8 p.m.
tomorrow.

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Guys and gals will really get
to know their Gates at the Paul
Bunyon Formal which the For-
esters Club will present from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in Water-
man Gym.
"Take your date to the most in-
formal formal of the year," ad-
vises publicity chairman Bruce
Ferguson "and see him or her with
their hair down and their fun up
in the newly created Waterman
woods." Many a lasting romance
has begun under the towering
trees of the Paul Bunyon Forest
of previous days.
Assuming bandstand duties will
be "That Certain Party," Benny
Strong who is gaining current
popularity with his recording
about "That Certain Party."
REVIVALS are nothing new
with Strong, who is known as the
"young man who sings the old
songs," and how he sings them!
It all started with his first en-
gagement at the Brown Hotel in
Louisville when he complied with

popular request and sang some
of the favorite oldies.
Strong was a hit, and soon
the entire evening passed, with
the maestro singing many times
the most requested "Baby Face,"
"Sweet Georgia Brown" and
Mary Lou," which were later to
become strong all-time record-
ings.
"Let's dance" sums up the mu-
sical style of the Strong orches-

Local
Need

Scouts
Leaders

students and Student wives
are interested in becoming
Scout troop leaders will hold 1
second meeting at 7:30
Thursday, Jan. G at 914
Street.

who
Girl
their
p.m.
Sybil

BENNY STRONG
:* *
tra which plays the hotel-type
sweet music with a lift tempo.
Waltzes with a highlighted violin
section and classical selections in
Patrons Committee
Chaimnm n of the j)atPOILi ;cof'-
mittee for Panhellenic Rcogr ii
tion Night, Mary Helen King, will
be in the Undergraduate Office
of the League from 10 to 12 a.m.
and from 1 to 2 p.m. today to
sign eligibility cards and to give
out invitations to be delivered.

An urgent call is being sent out
to all women who have been Girl
Scouts or who enjoy working
with girls to volunteer their serv-
ices. Information concerning the
organization can be obtained by
calling the Girl Scout Office,
2-4534.

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