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ItHUUSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE Fl

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JGP Names Final Tryouts
For Forthcoming Auditions

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)

Announcement has been made
of the names of junior women
who will take part in final tryouts
for Junior Girls' Play, by Jennie
Quirk, JGP director.
Tryouts for speaking parts will
be held from 3 to 6 p.m. today
and tomorrow, and from 10 a.m.
to noon and 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday.
It will not be necessary to sign up
for tryouts.
* * *
SOME NAMES have been listed
several times for different tryouts.
The list for speaking parts is
as follows: Pat Patsloff, Carol
Anderson, Mary Pat Anderson,
Joanne Aschenbrenner, Virginia
Bauer, Pat Breon, Joan Broom-
field, Jane Buell, Marilyn Buell,
Doris Buser, Helen Carpenter,
Nancy Chapel, Nancy Coleman,
Nancy Claar, and Ruth Coplin.
Others are Carolyn Crosby, Jan-
et Denham, Margorie Fisher,
Norma Fishel, Diane Faulk, Janet
Goldman, Lita Hagen, Mary Fran-
ces Hawkins, Holly Herz, Eleanor
Hewitt, Mary Lou Hook, Margorie
Kennedy, Karol Kerr, Barbara
Krause, Ruth Ann Lounsbery,
Mary Maguire, Ann Mainland, Vi-
vien Milan, Shirley Miller, Shirley
S. Miller, Louise Moore, and Jean
Meengs.

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Ski-Hi's extra inches extend
well above the waistline to de-
fine it, well below the hips for
thigh control. Famous non-run
Raschel-knit of Lastex and
Dupont rayon with front and
back panels of satin Lastex*
for up-and-down stretch and
neat smoothing. Comes in
girdle style, too.
Colors: Tea Rose, White.

ADDITIONAL NAMES are Con-
lie Nauman, Florence Norris,
Mary Ellen Nyberg, Margie Owens,
Maxine Pearson, Tish Pierce,
Mary Powers, Renee Pregulman,
Delores Raschid, Gerri Rich, Vir-
ginia Ross, Barbara Schuette,
Nancy Stenbuck, Harriett Stober,
Mary Sherwood, Bette Swanson,
Marilyn Thisted, Ellen Van Wa-
goner, Tyrry Welden, Peggy Wood,
Mary Pat Young, and Pauline
Zimmerman.
Final tryouts for dance num-
bers will be from 1 to 3 p.m.
Saturday. Shorts and shoes
suitable for ballet and tap
should be brought along, said
Beverly Fullerton, dance chair-
ian.
The list reads: Carol Schu-
Macher, Pat Crotty, Ethel Mor-
ris, Jacquelyn Rau, Doris Buser,
Holly Herz, Eleanor Doersam, Pat
Gullberg, Ann Stewart, Janis
Shoop,. Diane Lightstone, Nancy
Notnagel, Vivien Milan, Doris
Egan, Karol Kerr, Lannie Schaef-
fer and Pauline Kleckner.
THE LIST concludes with La
Verne Schmitkons, Maryanne
Detzer, Tish Pierce, Yvonne John-
son, Kathie Geigenmueller, Fran-
ces Beidler, Betty Snyder, Bon-
nie Honke, Judy Harger, Pris Ball,
Marjorie Minis, Mlargee Donavan,
Barbara J. Newes, Ann Mainland,
Nickie Sotier, Nancy Claar, Pat
Beast, Mary Powers, and Marilyn
Thisted.
Music tryouts have been
scheduled for specific times.
Room numbers will be posted on
the League bulletin board.
Tryouts for this afternoon are:
at 3 p.m.: Eleanor Doersam, Pat
McLean, Barbara Molyneaux and
Polly Hodges. 3:30 p.m.: Carol
Shumacher, Frances Bendler,
Mary Ann Detzer, Katlie Geigen-
mueller, Pat Crotty, Pat Adams,
Joanne Auche, Jane Sarason.
COEDS WHO WILL audition at
4 p.m. today are: Nancy Coleman,
Mary Ann Detzer, Janet Pierce,
Joan Glaza, Joan Standiford,
Virginia Bauer, Pat Patsloff and
Mary Louise Stone.
Those trying out at 4:30 p.m.
for modeling are requested to
wear heels: Mary Ellen List, Pat
Day, Shirley Crawford, Janet
Denham, "Binnie" Manley, Au-
drey Grendahl, Dee Meyer,
Eleanor Hewitt, Barbara Merri-
man, and Barbara Rising.
Saturday afternoon music try-
outs are slated for 2 p.m. The list
is as follows: Anne Grainger, Alice
Coburn, Rhoda Uhlendorf, Fran-
cis Fletcher, Joy Williams, Virgin-
ia Ross, Ann Cudney, Nan Byrnes,
Betty Karkeet, Louise Maihoffer,
Marilyn Thisted, Marie Donavan,
Marilyn Buell, Mary Ann Prince,
aid Ruth Mary Nelson.
The list continues with Anite
Seiler, Catherine B. Clark, Judy
Harger, Marian Trapp, Marilyn
Coe, Arlene Suozzo, Gracia Whit-
worth, Marilyn Smith, Jean Eng-
man, Ronnie Shapiro, Sally Gibb,
Rene Meyerson, Sarah McHale,
Louise Moore, Marjorie Minnes,
Margaret Corlett, Lita Hagen,
Jane Buell, Doris Buser, Shirley
Miller, Rollie Jackson, Betty Viol,
Mary Powers, Carolyn 'Crosby,
.Mary Grace Aldridge, Marian Lar-
son and Sally Strauss.

Modern Literature." Everyone
welcome.

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er. Movie: "Highway to Fair-
banks, Skyway to Detroit." All
members are urged to attend.
Geological - Mineralogical Jour-
nal Club: 3055 N.S. 12 noon. Dr.
B. A. Tator, Louisiana State Uni-
versity, will speak in Rm. 2054 at
12:30 p.m. on "Valley Widening
Processes in the Colorado Rockies."
Coming Events
Exhibition halls of the Univer-
sity Museums Building will be open
to students and the public, Fri.,
Jan. 13, 7 to 9 p.m. Motion pic-
tures: "The Sea," "Born to Die,"
and "The Snapping Turtle," 7:30
p.m., 3024 Museums Bldg. "In-
vertebrate Life of the Alpena Reg-
ion, Michigan, three hundred mil-

Alpha Phi Omega: Regular
meeting and installation of Offi-
cers, 7 p.m., Rm. 3-A, Union.
Library Science Discussion Group:
"Job Oportunities," 7:45 p.m.,
A.B.C. Room, League. Students
and faculty invited.
Hillel Social Committee: Meet-
ing, 4:15 p.m., Union. Program
for next semester will be discussed.
All interested may attend.
International Center Weekly
Tea: 4:36-6 p.m., for all foreign
students and American friends.
Activities Chairmen's Council
(Women's Dorms): Meeting, 5
p.m., League. See bulletin board
for room.

THE LEAGUE LIBRARY-Where many a busy woman may find the peace and quirntehedf
concentrated pre-final studying. An extra function of the library is the presentation of weekly

record concerts.
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League Library Provides All Wom
With Ample Opportunity for Stud

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cnStudents U. of M. Hostel Club: Thurs.,
Jan. 12, Hostel Club meeting, Lane
Hall, 7:30 p.m. Colored movies on
y, Recreakt ion ther Mexico or England.
Sat. and Sun., Jan. 14-15 (Ov-
-ernight). Leaders: Cecil Taylor,
IN 19 y9 READING programs r. hone: 2-1687.
weI hedevery Sunday afternoo Meetat League, Sat., 8:30 a.m., to
folloed bydte ucAyiearietnofndrive to Harmony Valley. Skiing
(with expert to help beginners),
book displays were also held and i- n P

H eadquarters for PORTABLES
See the NEW GRAY MAGIC
ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
as low as 9.50 down, twelve months to pay
Office Equipment Co.

By BETTY MONCRIEFF
One of the nicest attributes of
the Michigan league is the luxuri-
ous library, which is located on
the third floor.
A quiet and informal atmos-
phere prevails throughout the
room with its book lined walls,
carpeted floors, tables, cushioned
chairs, and old fashioned fire-
place.
* * *
THE LIBRARY, which is only
for women students, contains an
excellent collection of drama, nov-
els, and poetry, for its main pur-
pose is for recreational and cul-
tural readting.
A special function of the li-
brary is its record concerts,
which are held every Friday
night from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Coeds may bring their dates,
and smoking during the con-
certs is also permitted.
Along with the music, listeners
can follow the scores of the pieces
being played, or read through the
many biographies of the compos-
e."s.
* * *
ALTHOUGH these concerts have
been discontinued for the remain-
der of the semester, they will con-
tinue next semester with a new and
larger classic record collection.
The room was financed and
furnished in the memory of Dr.
Jessie Horton Koessler, a dis-
tinguished Michigan Alumnae,
by her husband and brothers.
WAA Notices
Coaches Club-Miss Marie Hart-
wig will discuss zone defense and
offense against a zone defense at
7:15 p.m. today in Waterman
Gym.
Fencing Club-Members will
meet at 5:10 p.m. today at WAB.
Basketball Club-Members will
meet at 4 and 5 p.m. tomorrow in
Barbour Gym.
Michifish-Thursday night club
members will meet at 9 p.m. today
at the Union.
Ping Ponn Tournament- The
first two play-offs are to be com-
pleted by tomorrow and then the
tournament will enter into the
semifinals.

Her portrait donated to the li-
brary by her son, now hang:'
above the large fireplace.
Dr. Koessler, who studied medi-
cine at the University, designed a
colorful pictorial map of Ann Ar-
bor to help raise money for the
League building.
Varied Speakers
Will Be Featured
At Alum Meeting
Approximately 40aalumnaeiof
the Women's Physical Edt iati on
Department are expected to par-
ticipate in an annual reunionI
slated Saturday.
A, meeting for women who are
still engaged professionally in the
field of Physical Education will
be held at 10:30 a.m. in the
Women's Athletic Building.
A 12:15 luncheon will follow at
the League. Main speaker will be
Mrs. Ronald Lippett who will ad-
dress the group on "The Implica-
tions of Group Dynamics in
School, Family and Community
Life." Provost James P. Adams
will also speak.
Dr. Max Wingo, principal of
University elementary school, will
conduct a discussion on profes-
sional education.
Canasta and bridge will be
played after the luncheon. Prizes
are to be awarded to the winners.

lion years ago" is on exhibit in the
rotunda.
Westminster Squirrel Cage Snow
Party if snow. If not an IM party.
Fri., 8:30 p.m. Meet in recreation
hall.
I.Z.F.A.: Executive council meet-
ing, 4:15 p.m., League.
German Coffee Hour: Fri., 3:15-
4:30 p.m., League Cafeteria. All
students and faculty members in-
vited.
Scalp and Blade: Meeting, Sun.,
Jan. 15, 7:30 p.m., Union. All mem-
bers and pledges are requested
to attend.
La P'tite C;usette: Mon., 3:30
p.m., Grill Room, League.

programs were given during bookf
week. In 1940 J.G.P. had an in-
teresting review of their skit.
Volumes of books have been
donated to the library by vari-
ous social groups, including one
thousand volumes in honor of
Dr. Koessler.
Some of the more recent books
are "This I Do Believe" by David
Et. Lilienthal, "Roosevelt and hop-
' by R obert . Sherwood,
-'De, t' of a Salesman" by Arthur
1Vtllr, '"?,ale and Female'" by
Margaret IMecd, and "Cry, the
C eloved Country" by Alan Paton.
MANY OF the current popular
magazines are also available.
Circulation of most of the fic-
tion books runs for two weeks,
while the poetry and drama
books have to be renewed.
The room is open from 1 to 5:30
p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. on Monday
through Friday; from 1 to 5:30
p.m. on Saturday; and from 2
through 5, and 7 to 10 pim. on
81unday.
LADIES' HAIR STYLING
is Jjped and blended to your
individual needs.
7 ldies hair cut ters.
No appointments.
The DASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty near State

s UaLing, iing. riing e ro ii, eat-
ing utensils, dish towel, AYH Pass.
Call for reservation by Thurs., Jan.
12.
U. of M. Sailing Club: Business
meeting, 7 p.m., 311 West Engi-
neering.
Polonia Club: Election meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., International Cent-

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