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SUND~AY, DECEMBR, It11,i 1949

TIE IMIIIIGAN L AI iY

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PROLIFIC PAST:

JGP Boasts 46 Year

Tradition;

elabeth illcn
S. State St. just off N. U. in Campus Town
from 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.

Formerly for Senior Coeds Only

By PAT BROWNSON
Prom the first production of the
Junior Girls' Play, staged in 1904
by six junior women, JGP has ris-
eri to become one of the biggest
traditional events held each year
on the Michigan campus.
The play, first given in the Sar-
ah Caswell Angell Hall of Barbour
Gymnasium, was shown only once
in a private performance for sen-
* .or women. In 1905 "Every Senior"
was performed "for the warning
and moral awakening of the sen-
ar girls." Another JGP, held in
1912, was opened to all women on
campus.
A PERFORMANCE of "The
Comeback" was held in Toledo in

1915, while "Yankie Yogie" of
1916 was seen by Detroiters.
Men in Ann Arbor were not al-
lowed to attend the play until
1923 when it was staged at the
Whitney Theater, downtown.
JGP would often run for a
week during the period from
1922 to 1928 when proceeds were
donated to the Michigan League
building fund. Since the con-
struction of the League the play
has been presented each year in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Some of the outstanding per-
formances were: "For the Love of
Pete" in 1928; "A Feather in Her
Cap," 1937; "A Mulberry Bush,"

1938; and "No Questions Asked,"
1942.
EARLY PLAYS were not written
chiefly by junior women, but by
other students, alumni and pro-
fessors. "Take It From There" in
1945 was the first play entirely
written, directed, produced and
acted by junior women.
Since then, "There's Room for
All," 1946; "The Best Years,"
1947; "Make Mine Michigan,"
1948; and last year's "Fate of the
Union" have been presented to
the campus as original under-
takings by the junior women.
Theme of the play is kept secret
until the first performance is
given privately for the senior wo-
men. On this night seniors may
wear their caps and gowns for the
first time when they attend a din-
ner and then march to the Men-
delssohn theatre where they par-
ade across the stage.
In the parade married women
carry candles, engaged women
suck lemons, pinned women wear
straight pins and unattached wo-
men throw pennies, one for each
year of their age, into the wishing
well to signify their status.
Held in the latter part of March
each year, the show, which is us-
ually presented on three consecu-

Wonderful ..

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Monday
Only!

-Daily-Barney Laschever
VOLLEYBALL VICTORS-Pictured above is the winning Alpha Xi Delta volleyball team which
defeated Mosher in the final tournament playoffs last week.

Good

Fashions; Good Values

To Wear Now Thru Spring!

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SLIPPERS
by Daniel Green

tive nights, is
musical.

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WAA Notices

In Soft Wool Felt
Heaven Blue . . . Wine . . . Cherry
$3.50
BIIOOKINshSmat &oe.
1 08 E. Washington St.

Additional games to be played in
the basketball tournament next
week are as follows:
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Stock-
well XVIII vs. Kappa Alpha Theta
II; 7:15 p.m.-Chi Omega IV vs.
Alpha Chi Omega III; Alpha Xi
Delta III vs. Kappa Alpha Theta
I; 8:00 p.m.-Jordan I vs. Alpha
Phi II; Stockwell XXI vs. Alpha
Chi Omega IV.
Any house which must cansel a
game is asked to lall Eleanor Doer-
som, 2-2591 before 1 p.m. tomor-
row.

Sa a L . . .
By MARYLIN KLAFER money from pap give coeds plenty
The bustle and brilliance of the of mental exercise.
Yuletide season has settled on Ann . *
Arbor along with the first snow- Now's the time when would-be
flakes. Christmas shoppers trudging by
Now's the time when December State Street store windows eager-
7 means "ten more days 'til vaca- ly eye tempting merchandise for
tion" ... no more. which they will be able to ex-
* * * change totally useless Xmas gifts.
Now's the time when students At the same time, they anticipate
cram for a frantic last week of ex- with horror the mangling crowds
ams with visions of holidays plans of last minute hometown shoppers
disturbing thoughts of overdue pa- whom they will soon join.
pers and belated mid-terms. * * *
* * * Now's the time when students
Now's the time when students amass all the argumentative abil-
apprehensively approach each ity they can for the annual debate
class meeting-and for good reas- with the family five year old who
on, too! For it is an old Michigan is having his doubts about "Santy
tradition for professors to add to Claus."
the joy of Christmas time by as- * * *
signing a few outside reading Now's the time when precious
books to help vacationers retain youngsters imbued with the spirit
good study habits. Such assign- of it all, joyfully aim snowballs at
ments are also made to help stu- your head while their playmates
dents put long vacation days to come crashing at you with their
constructive use. sleds.
* * * * * *
Now's the time when ever- Now's the time when campus
lengthening Xmas gift lists appall coeds who heretofore confined
even the most generous of givers. their singing to the shower become
New ideas for wheedling more ardent vocalists and "attend" a
multitude of caroling parties.
* * *.
J-Hop Now's the time when sweet
Reservations will be available sounds of Christmas carols ex-
for the J-Hop tomorrow through tolling brotherhood and good will
Thursday this week in the Ad- toward men mingle with heated
ministr t on- Building. discussions about bigger and bet-
ter atomic warfare.
Read and Use Daily Classifed Ads

Dance Clubs
To Perform
Pirouettes and arabesques will
fascinate those attending a dance
demonstration which will be pres-
ented by the Modern Dance and
Ballet Clubs at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
row in Barbour Gymnasium.
The demonstration has been
planned to acquaint people inter-
ested in the art of dancing with
the functions of the clubs.
General limbering up techniques
will start the program rolling.
Then a study using technique as a
basis for a composition will be
presented by Murray Gitlin, Bar-
bara Levine and Alice Gold.
Follov4ing this presentation,
Bernice Weinberger and Barbara
Setlow will perform a study en-
titled, "The Id's Discovery," a sa-
tire on an infant.
Finally, a dance fantasy to poet-
ry, "The Owl and the Pussy Cat,"
will be interpreted by Jack Hueb-
ler and Sally Dokse.
It has been announced that the
program will be given at the Vet-
eran's Hospital on Tuesday night.

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SIZES 9-15 . .10-44... 121/2to241/2
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Sizes 9-16
25 BETTER HATS
Velours and Melusines
All feather pastels and dark. Originally to 14.95.

150
Dresses

50
DRESSES
Originally to $16,95

50 BETTER HATS
50 BETTER BLOUSES
Originally to $10.95

$ 1000
Originally to $35.00

$500

10 FLANNEL JACKETS
Can be worn as blouses.
Red, Gray; and Black ... Originally 14.95

Directors' Meeting
Directors of women's resi-
dence halls will hold a business
meeting followed by a Christ-
mas tea at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow
at Jordan Hall.

50 BETTER BLOUSES
25 BETTER HANDBAGS
Originally 10.95 to 16.95

50 PASTEL ANGORA
WOOL SWEATERS
Originally to 10.95

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SWEATERS
Lush Colors
Nylons $3.500
Angora to
Wool 12\9
Cashmere$2
BLOUSES
Crepe - Rayon - Jersey
Cotton
Lame - Plaid
White and Colors
$2.98 to 8.95
SKIRTS
Wool - Rayon - Gabardine
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Black and Colors
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or silver. The very latest in jewelry creations
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AT ONLY 3.00. . . Fabric gloves to match or
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Originally to 6.95.
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also the ever popular pouch
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LIGHT
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UP THE NIGHT-in this
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with simulated imported
Necklace 12.95.

AS FEATURED IN DECEMBER
MADEMOISELLE. . - Rutterfly

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