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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

JGP Ticket Sale

Bureau of Appointments Advises
Coeds in Search of Employment'

Continues

Today

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Chairman Promises 'Fate of the Union'
Will Differ from Former Productions

Ticket sales for the 1949 Junior
Girls' Play, "Fate of the Union,"
which will be given Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, will con-
tinue from 2 to 5:30 p.m. today in
the boxoffice of the League.
Sale of tickets will continue
from 2 to 5:30 p.m. each day until
Thursday. On Friday and Satur-
day they will be sold from 2 to 8
p.m. All seats are reserved and sell
for $.?5.
THIS YEAR'S JGP will feature
"a glimpse into what the future
holds in politics, fashions, and so-
cial conditions," according to Vir-
ginia Campbell, chairman.
"In delving into the files of
past JGP's, we have not found
anything remotely similiar. This
year's production is given with
the full belief that a college au-
dience can laugh at something
completely removed from the
campus situation," Miss Camp-
bell continued.
Jo Christensen, Barbara Cress,
Jo Henderson, and Carol Tuer
have the leading parts in this
year's production.
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FIFTEEN ORIGINAL songs

have been composed by Louise
Steele and Barbara Gerholz for
the play. Costumes designed by
Laura Nasset with an eye toward
the future will highlight the color-
ful musical comedy.
Marsha Ames and her assist-
ant, Sally Mitts, have directed
the dancers to precision, "sec-
ond only to. the Rockettes." New
effects in make-up are being
used by Nancy Williams and her
committee, in keeping with the
futuristic theme.
JGP has been produced annual-
ly since 1904. The play was not
opened to the public until 1923.
Early plays were not written only
by the juniors, but by other stu-
dents, professors, and alumni.
IN ACCORDANCE with tradi-
tion, JGP will be given first for the
seniors following their annual sup-
per Thursday. For the first time
seniors may wear their caps and
gowns.
Tickets for Senior Supper and
JGP may be obtained from 3 to 5
p.m. until tomorrow in the League
Social Director's Office. Dinner
and reserved seats for JGP will be
$1.35.

By PINKEY CALHOUN
What the Bureau of appoint-
ments can do for you-and what
it doesn't do for you are questions
which Miss Mildred Weber and
other members of the staff of this
job-finding bureau can answer in
the twinkling of an eye.
Miss Weber's chief criticism is
that too many women wait until
they have climbed out of their
caps and gowns before seriously
considering what they want to do.
She mentioned that one June
graduate came in during the weel
of finals last year, sat down, and
said. "Well here I am. Now whatl
am I going to do"?
"WE HAD NO IDEA what type
of job to suggest," Miss Weber
said, "without knowing her quali-
fications and interests." She ad-
initted that women are not so con-1
cerned about registering with the
bureau as men, and don't realize
what it can do for them.
A placement service was or-
ganized in 1929 under the di-
rection of the University. It is

set up today to encompass jobs
falling into two categories: the
Teacher Division, which in-
volves placements in the field ofj
education, andthe General Di-
vision, which surveys all other
types of employment.
The bureau maintains contact
with concerns mainly in the
Northeastern part of the country,
although letters of introduction
are often given to firms outside
of this section.
ONLY AFTER a woman has
been registered, that is, after she
has filled out a certain amount of
data about herself,.can the bureau
be of service. Then it is up to the
individual to watch notices in The
Daily concerning interviews from.
various firms. Oftentimes, the bu-
Panhel Meeting
Panhellenic Association will
meet from 5 to 6 p.m. today in
the League Ballroom. Discus-
sion of the Minnesota counsel-
ing system will be continued..

reau may recommend a woman to
an employer purely on the record
kept on file.
Miss Weber stressed the fact
that the method of approach in
registration is usually indica-
tive of an individual's persoial-
ity. Therefore, women are asked
to be prompt in returning mate-
rial. answer completely infor-
mation required, and to avaid
"cute" answers.
"After all," stated Miss Weber,
"college women should have a cci-
Miss Weber said that women are
tain amount of poise, maturity
and judgment. Such attributes
help to discourage the charge
made by most employers-that1
college women are a pampered1
lot."
In commenting upon the most
popular deman(s fo'r positions,
looking for interesting jobs that
aren't routine. She added that the
fields of public health and library
science are particularly short. Per-
sonal initiative will open up other
possibilities accessible through the
bureau.

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master's daughter, Lavenia Joy Griffen, 9 months old, at Glendale,
Calif. The dog was a star performer at the Glendale Kennel club's
spring show which started March 13.
Petitions Due Tomorrow Noon
For Frosh Weekend' Positions

League
Notes

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Petitions for positions on the
committee for Frosh Weekend
which is to be held April 29 and
30 and May 1 are due at noon to-
row.
Interviewing will be held from
3 to 5 p.m. every day betginning
tomorrow through F r iday and
from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
F ROSH WEEKEN Dbeing held
for the first time this year, is to be
sponsored by Assembly and Pan-
hellenic Association in an attempt
to acquaint freshmen with League
activities and also provide them
with an opportunity to enjoy a full
weekend of entertainment.
Two of each of the following
c hairmenships are open to
freshmen for positions on the
central committees for the two
dances which will be held Fri-
day and Saturday, April 29 and
30: general chairmen, assistant
chairmen, decorations c hai r -
mnen,progra mnhairmen, ticket
chairmen and patrons chairmen.
Other positions to be filled in-
clude two chairmen to be in
charge of awards and judges, pub-
licity and the floorshow. Two as-
sistant floorshow chairmen will
also be appointed.

TILE "WHAT and When to Wear
It" show, a take off on a style pre-
view, which is to be held Sunday,'
May 1, will have co-directors and1
four program committee members.
Petitioning and interviewing
dates for these positions will be
the same as those for the posi-
tions on the dance committees.
The positions are to be filled by
eligible freshmen women, inde-
pendent and affiliated.
BLANK PETITIONS may be se-
cured in the Undergraduate Of-
f ice of the League and from the
activity chairmen in dormitories
and league houses.
Information concerning the po-
sitions and the duties involved
may be obtained in the Assembly-
Panhellenic Office of the League.

JGP dress rehearsal for all
members of the cast and necessary
crews will be held from 6 to 12
p.m. today in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Dancers in JGP will practice
from 4 to 6 p.m. today. The room
will be posted.
JGP make-up conunittee will
meet from 5 to 6 p.m. today in
the League. The room will be
posted.
Riding-Those who make res-
ervations' will meet at 5:25 p.m.
Wednesday at the WAB. Members
are requested to bring dues if they
have not paid.
Square Dancing-New members
will be welcomed at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the WAB.
Modern Dance-Club will meet
at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Barbour
Gym. Members are requested to
bring dues and be prompt.

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...By LUCILLE DONALDSON
MRS. NILS SWANSON will be guest speaker at the Monday night
meeting of Faculty Wives Club. Her subject will be "Art Tech-
iques."
Two of the newly-organized interest :groups for student families
have set permanent meeting dates. The sewing club with Mrs. Pat
Hickox as teacher will meet every Monday.
THE FRENCH CLUB split into two groups. The beginners will
meet at the home of their leader, Mrs. Marcel Dennis, on Fridays.
The other group, stressing conversational French, will meet at Uni-
versity Community Center on Mondays. Mrs. William Yager is their
instructor. Both Mrs. Yager and Mrs. Dennis are French-born war
brides.
"Hair Styling" will be the program topic for the Tuesday
meeting of Student Wives Club. Mrs. Templeton of Alexandra
School of Cosmetology of Ann Arbor will be guest speaker and
will answer questions.
Wednesday night will be clean-up time for members of the Co-
Operative Nursery group. Members are asked to volunteer their own
and their husband's services to repair toys and clean the storage
closet in the nursery at University Community Center. Work will
begin at 8 p.m.

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