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TIlE -MICTflGAN MILY

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Announcement of Committees
Made for '49 Junior Girl's Play

Announcement of committees
for the 1949 Junior Girl's Play has
been made by Pat Lewis, assistant
chairman.
Those who will usher for JGP
are Ann Billinghurst, Margaret
Corin, Joyce Denison, Barbara
Dill, Frances Doty, Barbara Ev-
erett, Gloria Griesing, Anne Hari-
ton, Alice Iazar, Grace Mack,
Judy Patterson, Carol Richards,
Elaine Rittmeyer, and Barbara
Seymour.
TIlE LIST of usners continues
with Betsy Stanton, Betty Tan-
cik, Mary Kay Theurer, Peggy
Thompson and Valerie Vander-
wade.
Those who will work on
scenery are Barbara Aslett,
Ruth Bailey, Sally Brower, Ruth
Cohen, Anne Drake, Irene Gon-
kewski; Diana Guerin, Suzanne
Gulmaraes, Anne Hammond,
Vivian Kedan, Alice Messen-
ger and Tobe Nilidnan.

Other committee members are
Margaret Anne Prine, Shelda Ry-
burn, Darothy Studley, Helena
Walsh, Annette Waldueau, Mar-
garet Welsh, Nancy -Wheeler and
Jacqueline Zipp.
* * *
THE COSTUME committee will
have as members Dorothy Ann
Babcock, Barbara Kasdorf, Mary
Newton, Veronica Plizga, Marion
Price, Barbara Seeger, Lynn
Streeper, Phyllis Walters, Mary
Wilmot, Alice Anderson, Char-
lotte Eagle and Sally Edwards,
Working backstage will be
Marguerite Arozian, Sally Bak-
er, Beverly Bradford, Virginia
Correll, Judith Frease, Anne
Goodyear, Tal Hoyt, Betty Lou
Hubbard, Hope Ingold, Joyce
Irving, Joanne Johnson, Do-
lores Kaczmarczyk and Mary
Ann Kennedy.
Other members of the stage
committee are Carol Lecklider,

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Betty Miller, Maxine Moore, Ver-
ma Shurlow, Helen Smith, Anabel
Tendler and Maryalys Wiggers.
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HANDLING properties for the
production will be Barbara Bock-
stahler, Barbara Brewer, rene
Bronko, Doreen Campbell, Kath-
evine Campbell, Violet Dabich,
Jean Faint, Joan Fast, Harriet
Gale, Virginia Ledder, Francqs
Litter, Suzanne Robinson, Anne
Sluyter and Mary Jean Whitney.
Make-up will be done by
Mary Davidson, Janet Dawson,
Marian Ehrlicher, Marjorie
Flint, Edna Foster, Beverly
Hawes, Jane Hemenway, Sue
Hughes, Frances Humbly, Lil-
lian Hyman, Margaret Martin,
Martha Morhardt, Mary Jo
Norem, Betty Orr, Shirley
Smith, Margaret Voegler, Mary
Nell Walker and Claire Wyatt.
On the publicity committee will
be Marilynn Banwell, Barbara
Barker, Jerry Barnes, Jacqueline
Broerman, Lynbia Dabuh, Lo-
rynne Davidow, Anne DeWitt,
JacquelineFoxgrover, Tobe Fried-
man, Joyce Gould., Anne Greene,
Diane Hacha, Engracia Hammond
and Wilhelnina Perkins.
* * *
THE LIST continues with Rita
Popo, Joan Rockwell, Beverly
RyiaRita Schaeffer, Patricia
Shoemaker, Pat Smallidge, Mary
Thorn and Helen Zivkoff.
According to Laura Nasset,
chairman of the costume com-
mittee, there are still openings
on the costume committee for
any junior who is not on an-
other committee or has only a
small part inJGP.
JGP PROGRAMS4Committee
will meet from 4 to 4:30 p.m. to-
day in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
Ads should be turned in then,
according to Nancy Cupples,
chairman of the committee.
* * *
JGP CENTRAL Committee will
meet at 9 a.m. Sunday in the Rus-
sian Tearoom of the League.
'Silver King' Clue
"Blare the trumpets, beat the
drum.
Winter Carnival, here I come."
Persons submitting the first
five correct answers will each
receive a silver dollar. Answers
may be addressed to: "Silver
King," 1830 Hill.

BARBARA MAUL
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Betrothal Told
During Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maul of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara, to Derald Katterman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Katter-
man, also of Detroit.
Miss Maul is a senior in the!
business administration school
and affiliated with Alpha Gamma
Delta.
Mr. Katterman graduated last
June from the College of Engi-
neering.
The engagement was announced
Christmas Day at a family dinner.
No plans have yet been made for
the wedding.
WAA Notices
Basketball Club-Both advanced
and beginners groups will meet at
4 p.m. Friday in Barbour Gym.
Basketball intermurals-During
rushing, houses which have pref-
erences regarding non-party days
should notify Margaret McDougel
of the days which they are not
rushing in order to facilitate com-
pletion of the basketball tourna-
ment.
Teams mustreport cancellation
before noon, Mondays or they will
default. The following schedule
for February will not be reprinted.
Monday at 5:10 p.m. - Alpha
Omicron Pi vs. Jordan III,
Vaughan II vs. Tri Delta I; 8p.m.
-Pi Beta Phi I vs. Stockwell IV.
Women interested in the Recre-
ational Leadership class for sec-
and semester are reminded that
applications are due tomorrow in
mu. 15, Barbour gy nasiun, ac-
cording to Miss Mai ie- D. Har t-
wig, Associate Supervisor of Physi-
cal Education.

J-Hop Sales
CloseToday
Weekend to Feature
Informal Parties
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mities, dorms and organized
groups.
Festivities and music of the two
name bands will be broadcast both
nights over a local station. Sur-
prise favors and programs to each
woman attending will be lasting
mementoes of a party-packed
weekend.
Lawrence, who appeared here
two years ago at the start of his
skyrocket career to top name band
status, has entertained dancers at
the record number of 89 college
proms during the last year."
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FEATURED with the band and
their woodwintette innovations
will be vocalists Rosalind Patton
and Jack Hunter.
Spivak, who will share musi-
cal honors with Lawrence, will
make his first appearance on
campus during his eight years
j of college dance experience.
In response to requests, sale of
dance tickets has been reopened,
but according to ticket chairman
Jack Hayward, "it will be the last
chance for campus Romeos to ar-
range their social lives."
BOTH DANCE and breakfast
tickets will be sold from 1 to 5
p.m. today in the new Adminis-
trationdBuilding. TicketsA for the
"man-sized meal with refills on
coffee" will be on sale during
exams in the League and the
'Union.
Informal dances will be held
Friday, Feb. 4 in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League and
Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Union.
Fraternities and house groups
which have not submitted names
and addresses of chaperones are
requested by the committee to do
so immediately. Complimentary

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Three newly produced ice-nov-
elties will be presented by the Uni-
versity Ice Skating Club at the
Winter Carnival Ice Show to be
held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb.
3 in the Coliseum.
In "Top Hat," featuring Carole
Somer, the club will present their
version of "sophistication on ice."
In tails and formals couples will
glide through dance numbers to
the strains of Boston Pops' "Jazz
Pizzicato."
A comedy ice ballet with an
all male cast will be the second
ice feature, choreographed by
the male club members. Partici-
pating will be Leo Maihofer,
Gordon Saxon, Alen Van Liere,
Dicke Ferle, Steve Eisner and
Robert Cornish.
New variations on the popular

pre-hockey game "goon"-numbers
will also be presented. The oddly
proportioned comic "goon" squad
will give a surprise number.
Additional feature will be the
solo number "Jeanette and the
Little Wooden Shoes" by Marcia
LaSage. Mary Frances Greschke,
professional club advisor, will also
do a solo number.
Women who will skate in the
choruses are Mary Jane Inman,
Ruth Bgerregaard, Ann Glover,
Dorothy Bergdahl, Lillian John-
son, Audrey Grendahl and
Raona Elco.
The club will continue their
shows before the home hockey
games throughout February.

Ice-Novelties To Be Presented
Thursday at Winter.Carnival

4Scholarships
GivenToday
Georgiana Benesh, '49, has been
named winner of the first $500
Laurel Harper Seeley Scholarship,
according to Miss Alice Russell,
Executive Secretary of the Alum-
nae Council.
Miss Benesh, president of Mar-
tha Cook dormitory, is a native of
Detroit. She was awarded the
scholarship from a field of 26
contestants.
In addition, three women from
the class of 1950 were given
awards by the Seeley Scholarship
committee.
They are Zola Shipman, of
Potsdam, N.Y.; Jean R. Olson of
Negaunee; and Audrey V. Finley
of Temperance.
The qualifications for the
scholarship are academic stand-
ing, citizenship (contribution to
campus life) and need.

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J-Hop Party
To BeGiven
Assembly Association will spon-
sor a get-together from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Feb. 4 and 5 in the
Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
On the night when students do
not attend J-Hop, they will have
the opportunity to enjoy dancing
to juke box music, playing ping
pong or cards and watching the
League television set.
The affairs will be informal and
there will be a small admission
charge.

Gold or silver mesh ballerinas leather-soled for
dancing . . . or for everything from your formal
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Warm little wardrobe stretchers, these . . . to team with skirts, suits
and slacks . . . to add a dash of spice to winter-weary clothes. January
priced 'way low. Jewel or turtle necklines . ., long, short or thrce-
quarter length sleeves . . . in brown, gray, green, red and royal all wool
jersey. Sizes 32 to 38.
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Broken size and color ranges.
Shoes - First Floor
"Witcheraft" is a Color
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A soft, pleated wool skirt, slim
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