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January 12, 1949 - Image 5

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Panhel To Hold Prospective
Rushee Meeting Tomorrow
Panhellenic Association will hold a brief compulsory meeting for
all prospective rushees for the spring semester at 8 p.m. tomorrow in
Packham Amphitheatre.
Mary Stierer, president of Panhellenic, will speak on "Attitudes
Toward Rushing." She will explain Panhellenic and its relation to-
wards rushing. The attitude of the sorority and the rushee towards
rushing will also be discussed.
CHRISTINE BLAIR, rushing secretary of Panhellenic, will explain

IE MICHIGAN DAuAmhs
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JGP Calls Mass Meeting of Junior Girls
V 1To Form Production Committees Today

Mortar Board
Will Sponsor
'Pa Of f'Dance
J-Hop escorts will be customar-
ily repaid again this year with
the annual "Pay-Off" dance to be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday, Feb. 12 in the League ball-
room...
Sponsored by Mortar Board,I
womens' senior honorary society,
the dance is a traditional coed
bid affair to which men are in-
vited by their J-Hop dates.
As an informal ball, it pro-
vides a fitting climax to the J-
Hop whirl. Men are relieved from
habitually reaching into their
pockets to provide the current girl
friend with amusement.
Proceeds of the dance will go
toward the Mortar Board schol-
arships which are given each year
at Installation Night. Awarded to
juniors on the basis of activities
and scholarship, the amount and
number of the scholarships are
determifed -by the profits of the
annual "Pay-Off" dance.

details of the Michigan rushing
system. Eligibility rules will be
clarified so that there will be no
question as to what will be re-
quired at rushing registration.
Contact rules will also be ex-
plained.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social
director of the League, will
speak.
Rushing handbooks will be dis-
tributed to all those present at
the meeting.
This handbook has been pre-
pared early so that rushees will
be able to ask questions not an-
swered by this booklet at the next
meeting, according to Miss Stier-
er. All those who are unabel to
attend this meeting may pick up
their rushing booklets in the
League Undergraduate Office.
The second and final compul-
sory meeting for prospective
rushees will be held at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 9, in Rackham
Amphitheatre. Details of the rush-
ing schedule, the opening teas,
parties, final desserts and clothes
for the parties will be explained.
The "argyle industry" spurted.
ahead when a national magazine
recently pictured the Eisenhower
grandson in baby pink and blue
argyle sweater. Now knitted argyle
outfits are the latest word in
fashion for toddling tots.

Committees for the 1949 pro-
duction of the Jnior Girls' Play
will be organized at a mass meet-
ing at 5 p.m. today in the League
Ballroom.
At least 150 juniors are needed
for committee work. According to
Virginia Vampbell, general chair-
man, "The cooperation of every
junior is needed if this year's JGP
is to be a success."
ANY JUNIOR WOMAN who
has paid her class dues may work
J GP Central Committee will
meet from 4. to 5 paig, today in
tile League.

on a. committee. No COec
work on a committee andt
the play itself, according to
Jo Faulk, director.

In ay
be in
Betty

dance; Sally Mitts, assistant McPherson, publicity, Jean Russ,
dance; Nancy Williams, make-up. Daily publicity; Marilyn Stone,
Other members are Katherine posters; Phil Bohnsack, stage
Mills, music; Louise Steele, lyrics; manager; Rita Schubot, assistant
Nancy Cupples, programs; Sally stage manager; Marilyn Bates,
Goodyear, properties; Kathleen tickets; Lois Kennedy, ushering.
I Woe, poor ADAM, >
if EVE had
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BLO U SES
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Free booklet: WARDROBE TRCKS". Write Judy Bond, Inc., Dept. G, 1315 Broadway, New York 18

DiIy- DaVe Mayer-
RECREATION ROOM-Students and the history faculty meet informally at one of the modern -
ized student-faculty teas held monthly in the Grand Rapids Room.

Any coed who will be a junior
next semester but who now
ranks as a sophomore may sign
up to work on JGP. Juniors are
needed for work on costumes,
make-up, properties, pyublicity,
posters, scenery, k !a e k s tag}e,
tickets, and ushers.
At the mass meeting today each
committee chairman will explain
the work which each committee
will do. Committee work will start
oII"x semester.
VIRGINIA CAMPBELL is 8en-
eral chairman of JGP. Her coi-
mittee includes Pat Lewis, assist-
ant: cihairman: Betty Jo Faulk, di-
rucctor; Dorothy Fogel, assistant
director; Jo Wilson, secretary;
Shirley Osgood; treasurer; Laura
Nasset, costumes; Marcia Ames~,

Union'Holds
Bridge Bout
In Ballroom
The last session this semester
of£ n n - 1 ;ae, d-, -

FOR WOMEN ONLY:

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en pair bridge tourna-
be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
e ballroom of the Un-
rnament, sponsored by
will continue 'through
Wednesday of next se-
Students and faculty
who are interested may
in purpose of the con-
groom students for fu-
onal tournaments and
ral Intercollegiate Bridge
nt to be held in Chi-
eting with the best stu-
campus and entering
,gional competition in
id Columbus it is hoped
rigan players can gain
perience to win honors
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Q rand Rapids Room Becomes
Coeds' Relaxation Rendevous
By MARY ANN HARRIS ping pong in the room was a
The men may have their Union to leave because she was disti
front door but the women now
have their League second floor. ing one of the men who
"Meet= me in the Grand Rapids found the G.R. Room his s
room and I'll tell you all about refuge.
it" is a familiar tune around the * * *
Michigan League since the room THE PING PONG Mayer tu.
has been made into an all-day rec-
reation room-for women only. out to be Pat MuKonna. Pi
The Grand Rapids Room has dent of the League, who then
now become "relaxation room" there decided that the wo
from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. should have their own recrea
Books are checked at the door spot.
and within, one finds ping pong, Although the room opera
juke box melody, heckers, bridge daily just for women, spe
and best of all innumerable gab- mixed events take preferer
fests hitting Plato as well as the Student faculty teas, which h
man of the week, month or year! also been recreationally revi
are held monthly in the ro
AND FOR THOSEwho like to sponsored by Panhel and
try their initiative on the key- sembly.
board the piano is open to all, Over checked tablecloths, c
with no one to shout "quiet hours" and potato chips, students
to some promising virtuoso, their "profs" meet in a str
In case a coed misses connec- non-classroom atmosphere.
tions in the G.R. Room, she can
explain with a note tacked on ANOTHER high spot of
the bulletin board reserved for formal fun that can be foun
vital private messages. this busy room is the Sur
The idea for a rec room, strictly night open house. This Asser
for the gals, began one day earlier sponsored project, which seem
this year when a little red haired add the final touch to a Sur
gal who was having a game of afternoon movie, is held fro

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COED NOTES

Junit rs lDe-nand
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Deftly Molded
and Draped
For those precious Saturday nights
and Sunday afternoons . .. a dress
of soft rayon crepe . . . strategically
draped and molded to flatter jun-
ior figures. A tiered peplum ending
in a burst of back interest . . . on
black or honey . . . sizes 11 to 15.
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to 11 p.m. every week. And for
the fun, the women receive activ-
ity points. The men by their rec-
ord attendance, seem willing to
attend without the points!
Use of the Grand Rapids Room
for recreational purposes will
continue throughout next semes-
ter.

MEMBERS of

the Mortar BoardI

"Pay-Off" dance committee will
meet at 5 p.m. today in the Cave
of the League.
** *
THE NEW PERSONNEL chair-
man of the League, by appoint-
nient,will be Mary Davidson,
Mosher,
Duleie Krasnick, former chair-
man, is retiring fro moff ice.
PAYS. ED. CLUB-An assembly
meeting for members of the wom-
ens Physical Education Club will
be held at 9 a.m. today in the
modern dance room of Barbour
Gym to work on a dance pro-
gram.
* *
PING PONG CLUB--The Club
will, not meet today, but will re-
sume meetings next semester.
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