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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JGP Meeting
A combined JGP zasslineet-
ing and rehearsal will be held
at 2:30 p.m. today in the Lea-
gue.
All women attending :should
bring their eligibility cards.

Junior Girls Play

Is Scheduled for

Four Performances

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The Redi McCoy' To Be Given

WAA

Petitions

By Junior Women March

23-25

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"The Real McCoy," 1950 Junior
Girls' Play is scheduled for four
performances, which will be ;the
longest JGP run in more than 20
years.,
JGP will be presented Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, March 23,
24 and 25 in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater.
Thursday performance of the
musical production will be exclu-
sively for senior women. The Fri-
day and Saturday evening per-
formances will begin at 8 p.m.,
while curtains will rise on the
Saturday matinee at 2 p.m.
WRITTEN, DIRECTED, produc-
ed and acted by junior women, the
play has risen to become a tra-
dition on campus since the first
production staged in 1904 in Bar-
bour Gymnasium by six juniors.
Early plays were viewed only
by women. In 1923 men were
first allowed to attend. Until
1945 the plays were not always
written by junior women but by
other students, alumni and pro-
fessors.
Theme of the play is tradition-
ally kept secret until the first per-
formance which climaxes Senior
Night activities.
* * *
TICKETS, PRICED at 75 cents,
will go on sale Monday, March 20
in the box office of the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater in the League.
All seats are reserved.
Central committee members
who began planning JGP last
spring are: Jane Topper, chair-
man; Catherine Clairmont, as-
sistant chairman°; Jennie Quirk,
director; Delores Janusch, as-
sistant director; and Virginia
Stoddard, secretary.
Others are: Jean Carpenter, cos-
tumes; Beverly Fullerton and Car-
ol Atherton, dance chairmen; Dor-
is Gardner, make-up; Lanette
Schaefer, music chairman, assist-
ed by Frances Morse, choral, Gin-
ger Ellis, lyrics, and Lois Seiber,
arranger.,
The list concludes with Barbara
Hansen, programs; Nancy Cutting,
properties; Martha Bryant, assist-
ant properties; Elaine Nagelvoort,
publicity; Pat Brownson, Dily
publicity; Martha Chandler, post-
ers; Jean Schreiber, scenery; Bar-
bara Smith, script; Virginia Ellis,
assistant script; Cecily Hume,
stage manager; Sheila McComb,
tickets and Elizabeth Gates, ush-
ering.
Over 5,000,000 pairs of glasses
are sold in the United States ev-
ery year just to help our good
looks!.
Mass Meeting
A mass meeting for all those
interested in sophomore League
positionsrfor next semester is
slated for 5 p.m. March 16 in
the League.

Due In League
Final deadline for WAA execu-
tive and sport manager 'petitions
is 5 p.m. tomorrow in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Eligible freshmen, sophomores
and juniors may petition for any
position with the exception of
president which must be held by
a senior who has had a year of
experience on the WAA Board.

WAA NOTES
The basketball tournament wilitPhi I; at 7:15 p.m.--Chi Omega IV

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low
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IT'S THE REAL McCOY-Jane Topper, general chairman; Jennie
Quirk, director and Catherine Clairmont, assistant chairman,
are busily finishing up last minute arrangements for this year's
Junior Girls' Play.
Traditional March To Preceed
Annual Senior Night Festivities

Women attending Senior Night
festivities on Thursday, March 23,
will march to the League in groups
according to their residential area,
said Mary Ann Harris, general
chairman.
This year for the first time Sen-
ior Night will be coordinated by
a central committee of senior
women. The annual event will be
on a larger scale than ever be-
fore.
LAST SEMESTER Panhellenic
and Assembly joined with the Sen-
ior Night central committee in or-
ganizing senior women into com-
mittees representing the various
residences.
Seniors will converge at the
League at 5:30 p.m., dressed in
their caps and gowns. They will
then attend a banquet and pro-
gram in the League Ballroom,
which will be climaxed by the
presentation of the 1950 Junior
Girls' Play in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater.
Theme of Senior Night will be
"Qur Years at Michigan, 1946-
1950." Entertainment will include
skits from the 1947 Soph Cabaret
and 1949 JGP.
* * *
ONE HIGHLIGHT of the eve-
ning will be the traditional march
across the stage in which women

signify their status, whether they
are married, engaged, pinned or
unattached. This ceremony usual-
ly took place in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theater just before JGP.
This year it will be held in the
League Ballroom.
In the parade married women
carry candles, engaged women
suck lemons, pinned women
wear straight pins and unat-
tached women throw pennies,
one for each year of their age,
into the wishing well.
Caps and gowns may be rented
at Moe's Sports Shop from March
20 to 23. Special rates will be giv-
en to seniors who will not graduate
this semester.
* * *
TICKETS FOR Senior Night will
go on sale from 9 a.m. to noon and
from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday at the
League.
,Central committee members are:
Mary Ann Harris, general chair-
man; Sally Goodyear, assistant
chairman; Ginny Correll, tickets;
Dorothy Malanick and Barbara
Seymour, decorations; Dorothy
Doerfner, patrons and invitations;
B. J. Faulk and Ginny Campbell,
entertainment; and Jo Hoey, pub-
licity.
Eye View
Going back into the twenties
again for fashion, the new look in
eyes has been introduced by make-
up experts. By outlining the eye
with pencil, and blackening the
lashes with mascarra, a mask-like
appearance is obtained.

Interviewing will begin next I
week and will be held by the Sen- XI
ior Board of the WAA in the of- cr
fices of the WAB. Coeds are to Ka
sign for interviews when they hand da
in their petitions at the League. Alp
Prospective Board members are Co
advised to look at the President's IX
Reports which are on file in the V
League and office 15 of Barbour Phi
Gym for hints on writing their Ch
petitions. Petitions are to include at
plans for the desired post and any Iv
ideas about WAA in general. Qual- I
ifications and past experience will Be
be included also. III
If any coed feels the need for I
a new WAA sport club she may pe- Or
tition for it. at
Blouses from $3.95
Scarves front $1.00
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ntinue next week with the fol-
wing games to be played:
Monday at 510 p.m.-Delta Zeta
vs. Mosher III; Mosher II vs.
gma Delta Tau I; at 7:15 p.m.-
ockwell IV vs. Mosher VIII; Del-
Delta Delta II vs. Pi Beta Phi
; at 8 p.m.-no games.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Stockwell
V vs. Markley I; Alpha Omi-
on Pi I vs. Hollis I; at 7:15 p.m.,
appa Kappa Gamma I vs. Hins-
le II; Delta Delta Delta I vs.
pha Xi Delta II; at 8 p.m.-
llegiate Sorosis IV vs. Mosher
C; Jordan I vs. Jordan II.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Pi Beta
ii II vs. Delta Delta Delta III;
hi Omega III vs. Stockwell XIII;
7:15 p.m.-Gamma Phi Beta
vs. Stockwell XVII; Chi Omega
vs. Barbour IV; at 8 p.m.-Pi
ta Phi II vs. Mosher I; Newberry
I vs. Stockwell XVI.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
micron Pi I vs. Hollis I; Collegi-
e Sorosis I vs. Alpha Epsilon

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vs. Kappa Alpha Theta I; Kappa
Kappa Gamma II vs. Newberry II;
at 8 p.m.-Cook I vs. Alpha Xi
Delta III; Alpha Delta Pi I vs.
Chi Omega II.
For cancellation of games, noti-
fy Eleanor Doersam, 2-2591 before
1 p.m. Monday. Games may not
be cancelled after that time.
Sigma Alpha Iota
To Hold Musicale
Alpha chapter of Sigma Alpha
Iota, national music honorary so-
rority, will present its annual Con-
temporary American Musicale at
8:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Hussy,
Room of the League.-
The program for the evening
will include works by George Wil-
son, '51, SM, Wilfred (Bob) Rob-
erts, Grad., SM, Robert Palmer
and others.
The musicale is open to the pub-
lic.

House Director
Joins Sorority
Members of Alpha Chi Omej
pinned a diamond shaped crest
the pledge they term "the rush
of the year," when they invitf
their house director, Mrs. Willia
Goodale, to affiliate with the s
rority.
"We've been rushing her for
years," said Edith Andrew, prey
dent, "and she finally accepted
Since Mrs. Goodale is retirii
in June, the Alpha Chis wished
express their appreciation for h
loyalty and efficiency in some sui
able manner. Upon receiving t
approval of the r(ational Exec
tive Council, the sgrority dt
pledged Mrs. Goodale as the 221
member of the present class.
She will go through the pled
probation period, and will be it
tiated in formal ceremony. (
hearing that the Senior Class w
to be her big sister, Mrs. Goods
remarked, "It's a good thing th
they gave me the whole class, b3
cause I'm going to need plenty
looking after."

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