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March 17, 1950 - Image 5

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At Debut Tea
It is "The Real McCoy!"
Central committee members and
women in the cast of the 1950 Jun-
ior Girls' Play have been voicing
those words for weeks. The pre-
view of the play given at the Musi-
cal Debut Tea Wednesday also
brought out many favorable com-
* * *
ter known as Diane Faulk, was
honored at the tea. She appeared
complete with her "shooting iron"
and corn cob pipe.
Parts of the production pre-
sented included a singing com-
mercial act by Carol Anderson,
Mary Stone and Virginia Bauer.
"Could I Be Falling In Love,"
one of the original songs in the
play was sung by Frances
Morse. The music was composed
by Barbara Traub, and the lyrics
by Virginia Ellis.
"Good -for - nothing Joe" was
sung by Rita Woodson. Barbara
Mewes did a ballet number.
* * *
The play will be presented ex-
clusively for senior women
next Thursday. The remaining
three performances will be open
to the general public.
Curtains of the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre will rise on the eve-
ning shows at 8 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, March 24 and 25. The
Saturday matinee will begin at 2
Barbara Smith wrote the script,
while 'the song lyrics were com-
posed by Virginia Ellis. Jennie
Quirk is director. Jane Topper, the
chairman, is assisted by Catherine
Tickets will go on sale Monday
in the box office of the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater. All seats
'- will be reserved.
Michigras booth petitioning
has been reopened to replace
vacancies caused by the with-
drawal*of two campus organi-
zations. Petitions will be due
at 5 p.m. Monday in the Union
office. Information may be se-
cured by calling the Union of-
fice or Hal Sperlich.

members, Barbara Seymore and
and Mary gnn Harris, general
gowns they will wear next Thur
Night banquet and program is he
*' *
Station WU
Interviews With
Radio Station WUOM will air
interviews with outstanding sen-
ior women at 5:45 p.m. next
Thursday in a program originat-
ing from the front door of the
The program will precede the
traditional Senior Night banquet,
ceremonies and entertainment. Af-
ter Senior Night activities the wo-
men will see the premier of "The
Real McCoy", 1950 Junior Girls'
* * *
"THIS YEAR'S Senior Night is
on the largest scale in the history
of the event," said Mary Ann Har-
ris, general chairman.
Senior women will assemble
according to residential areas
and march en masse to the Lea-
gue. The 1950 prospective grad-
uates will have an opportunity
to wear their caps and gowns
for the first time.
"Our Years at Michigan, 1946-
1950" is the theme of Senior
Night. A pin-up board motif in the
decorations will carry out the idea.
* *! *
venirs from events of the past
four years will dot the walls of
the Ballroom. A large pin-up
board behindthe bandstand will
provide background for the skits


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Campus Irishmen-the Clancy's, O'Malley's, Hennsey's and all n
the rest-are commemorating St. Patrick's Day today with greetings
of "top o' the mornin' " and bright green outfits.-
IN KEEPING with this spirit Zeta Psi's St. Patrick's party to- a
morrow is being planned by an Irishman, Chuck Murray. Decorations V
will carry out the theme of a little Irish village, complete with ad
blarney stone. A box of leprecauns has been shipped from Ireland p
for the occasion.
* * * * l
HAYDEN HOUSE residents will entertain their dates at an open
house tomorrow afternoon, when all rooms may be visited by guests.
-Daily-Carlyle Marshall A HAREM PARTY is slated by Kappa Sigma tomorrow. The set-
Senior Night central committee ting will include a slave market at the University of Islingbull. Only
1 Dorothy Malanick, decorations, one American, who has just docked at Ankarashipinturhanbay, will be,
chairman, try on the caps and present. Refreshments will be exotic juices of the cokebottle and slicedt
sday when the traditional Senior camel liver cured in a secret formula from the ancient books of Sheikp
eld preceding JGP. Hirahm Walkerian.
* * * * * *
THE FAR EAST will be transported to Alpha Gamma Delta to-
v1 /(To Broadcast night when an Oriental party gets underway.
OG C PHI SIGMA KAPPA will hold a St. Patrick's Day party tonight.
SroTomorrow the chapter will go into Detroit for its annual founders day
Senio io Coe s,. banquet. The fraternity was .founded March 15, 187.
C__AN OPEN HOUSE, at which rooms will be open to visitors, is
scheduled Sunday by the New Women's Residence.
and traditional march across the * * A
Entertainment will include PHI SIGMA DELTA'S dress-up party will feature entertainment
skits from the 1947 Soph Cab- by Beverly Olszynski, singer and imitator who won this year's Gulan-
aret and 1949 JGP. tics Review. Huey Burdette, cook at the house, will provide another
In the parade across the stage of his "really terrific spreads" of refreshments.
married women carry candles, en-
gaged women suck lemons, pinned CHI PHI'S pledge formal will take place tomorrow. Dancing at
women wear straight pins and un- the house will follow dinner at the Stage Coach Inn.
attached women throw pennies, A BIT OF IRELAND will descend on Kappa Nu's St. Patrick's Day
one for each year of their age, party tonight. Green punch and green cookies will be served. Enter-
into the wishing well. tainment will feature the singing of Irish songs.
AFTER JGP is presented senior
women will serenade the juniors THEME OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA'S party tomorrow will be a
with an appropriate song written gambling casino.
to the tune of "Vote for Jennie," a "RUSHING RIGORS" is the title selected for Alpha Xi Delta's
song featured in last year's JGP. unique party tonight. Men must go through a regular receiving line
Caps and gowns may be rented and wear name tags throughout the evening. Skits given by the house
at Moe's Sport Shop from March during rushing will be performed.
20 to 23. A deposit of $7.50 will
be asked, but $5.25 will be re- DELTA GAMMA'S pledge formal is to be held at the house tomor-
turned if they are brought back row. Johnny Harberd will furnish the musical side.
within a week. If they are kept "ST. PATRICK WAS AN ENGINEER" will be the motto of Tri-
until graduation $3.00 will be re- angle members tonight when party-goers partake of Irish "cocktails"
funded. and green candied apples.
Tickets, priced at $1.55, will go A ROMAN HOLIDAY will be taken by Theta Delta Chi's and their
on sale from 9 a.m. to noon and dates tomorrow when actives in white togas and olive wreaths will
from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Under- watch the pledges perform amidst the Parthenon and assorted pillars.
graduate Office of the League. The A * *
ticket price includes the banquet A SUNDAY open house honoring new pledges is slated by Alpha
and JGP. They may be used for Epsilon Phi.
the first performance of the play oA,
only. SEEING DOUBLE will be a common occurence at Alpha Omicron
Mary Ann Harris is general P' wnprytngt
chairman of the event. She is as- Pi's twin party tonight
sisted by Sally Goodyear. Ginny
Correll has charge of tickets, while THETA CHI is planning an afternoon tea Sunday with the Alpha
Dorothy Malanick and Barbara Chi Omega's. The two houses are collaborating on a Michigras booth.
Seymore will supervise decorations. * * *
Dorothy Doerfner will take care HELEN NEWBERRY RESIDENCE will hold its annual open house
of patrons and invitations, and B. Sunday, with entertainment including card playing in the rooms.
J. Faulk and Ginny Campbell are * *
entertainment co-chairmen. Jo EGYPTIAN SHIEKS and princesses will view the opening of King
Hoey is handling publicity. Tut's tomb tomorrow at the Delta Chi house, Decorations will include
pyramids and sphinxs.
Dormitories Plan * * * *
LIME ICE and ginger ale will be among the refreshments at Zeta
All SportsParty Tau Alpha's St. Pat's party tonight.
PLEDGES AT ALPHA DELTA PI will be honored at a St. Patrick(s
Sports, of all kinds imaginable, Day party tonight. Delta Zeta will also fete its pledges.
will be the theme at the All*A
Sports party to be presented from ALPHA SIGMA PHI'S pledge formal tomorrow will be preceeded
7:30 to 10:30 p.m. tonight in the by dinner at the Stage Coach Inn.
Intramural building by Angell *
House of the New Women's Dorm A LEFT BANK PARTY will carry Phi Delta Phi's to Paris tomor-
and Michigan House of West row. French costumes will be worn.
Quad. * * * *
INFORMAL RECORD DANCES are planned tomorrow by Acacia,
Beta Theta Pi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Kappa Sigma,
Tyler House, Adams House, Alpha Kappa Kappa and Alpha Delta Phi.
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Badminton PL
Far more coeds have signed up
to participate in the All Campus
Women's Badminton Tournament
than Jeri Mulson, manager, ex-
pected, so that only part of the
first rounds can be run off to-
Women whose last names begin
with the letters A through C and
all those who were asked to play
Wednesday night and could not
do so, are scheduled to play at 1:30
P.m. tomorrow in Barbour Gym.
At 2:15 p.m. tomorrow are the
etters D through G; at 3:15 p.m.
Tea Slated Today
At Martha Cook


yoffs Begino EU P
are H through K and at 3:45 are Round trip from
L through 0.CHICA
Coeds with last names begin-
ning with the letters P through ZEWK 3
will not play their first round un-
til 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at Bar- Student Tours to All Parts of the World
bour Gym. If it is impossible to
play at this time, these women
should contact Miss Mulson, 25618. itu[9t , '
Coeds. must supply their own
birds, "4E. 57th St. Chicago 37,111.
'tap land and Toy tow "

Martha Cook will be host at a
tea given for independent house
presidents and directors from 3:30
-o 4:30 p.m. today.
Twenty-eight guests have been
invited td' attend the tea.

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