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TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1950

T MitICHIGAN DIL Y

PAGE FIVE

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Roles for JGP Announced
By Directors of '50 Show

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The cast for this year's Junior
Girls' Play has been announced by
Jennie Quirk, JGP director.
Dancing parts will be taken by:
June Chadwick, Doris Egan, Pat-
tie Gullberg, Holly Herz, Bonnie
Honke, Yvonne Johnson, Karol
Kerr, Pauline Kleckner, Pat Keast,
Vivian Milan, Midge Minnis, Ethel
Morris, Barbara Muse, Carol Schu-
maker, Nicki Sotier, Betty Snyder
and Anne Stewart.
. THOSE WHO will participate
in the musical side are: Pat
Adams, Mary Grace Aldridge,
Carol Anderson, Joan Badgley,
Ginny Bauer, Prances Bendler,
Betty Beller, Jane Buell, Nan
Burns, N a n c y Claar, Catherine
Clark, Alice Coburn, Marilyn Coe,
Margaret Corlett, and Catherine
Crotty.
The list continues with Ann
Cudney, Maranne Detzer, Elea-
nor Doersam, Margee Donovan,
Jean Engman, Frances Fletcher,
Kathie Geigenmueller, S a 11 y
Gitb, Joan Glaza, Anna Grain-
ger, Lita Hagen, Judy Harger,
Polly Hodges, Rollene Jackson,
Betty Karkeet, Barbara Keim,
Janice Kohn, Marian Larson,
Pat McClean and Louise Mai-
hoffer.
Others are: Renee Meyerson,
Sarah McHale, Shirley Miller,
Barbara Molyneaux, Ruth Mary
Nelson, Connie Nauman, Nancy
Notnagel, Pat Patsloff, Renee Pre-
gulman, Mary Ann Prince, Pat
Rich, Janet Rieice, Anita Seiler,
Jean Sarason, Ronnie Shapiro,

Sally Slocum, Marilyn S m i t h,
Jane Standiford, Mary Louise
Stone, Sally Strauss, Arlene Suoz-
zo, Marilyn Thisted, M a r i a n
Trapp, Ellen Trazler, Rhoda Uh-
lendorf, Betty Viol, Joy Williams
and Gracia Whitworth.
Coeds receiving speaking parts
are: Joanne Aschenbrenner, Pat
Breon. Joan Broomfield, Marilyn
Buell, Doris Buser, Helen Carpen-
ter, Nancy Chapel, Shirley Craw-
ford, Nancy Coleman, Carolyn
Crosby, Vicki Chun, Pat Day,
Janet Denham and Diane Faulk.
Other speaking roles go to
Norma Fishel, Margie Fisher,
Jane Goldman, Mary Frances
Hawkins, Ellie Hewitt, Mary Lou
Hook, Jackie Hymen, Barbara
Krause, Nancy List, Mary, Ma-
guire, Ann Mainland, Shirley S.
Miller, Binnie Manley, Dee Mey-
er Louise Moore, Florence Nor-
ris, Mary Ellen Nyberg, Margie
Owens, Tish Pierce, M a x i n e
Pierson and Mary Powers.
The list concludes with: Vir-
ginia Ross, Barbara Schuette,
Mary Sherwood, Nancy Stenbuck,
Harriet Stober, B e t t y Swanson,
Kiyo Taira, Ellen Van Wagoner,
Turry Weldon, Peggy Wood, Mary
Pat Young and Pauline Zimmer-
man.

The TAYLOR MADE
Half-Wellington Boots
for MEN
$1 3.95
S I NCE I LI..R.
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"BOOTIFUL"-Seated on the steps of Clements Library are Jo
Wilson, president of Assembly and Bill Wise, executive head of
the Union. Miss Wilson is wearing the 'campus boot," named a
top collegiate style by prominent fashion designers.
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Traub-Ritter
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Traub of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara, to Irving Ritter, son of Mrs.
Rose Ritter, also of Detroit.
Miss Traub is a junior in the
music school. Her fiance received
his Bachelor of Science degree and
his Masters degree in education at
Wayne University.
* * *
Lively-Glerum
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lively
of Grand Rapids have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Mary, to James Glerum, son of
Dr. and Mrs. James D. Glerum
also of Grand Rapids.
Miss Lively is a senior in the
education school and is a member
of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Mr. Glerum attended the lite-
rary college and is a member of
Phi Delta Theta.
A September wedding is plan-
ned.
* * *
Ho-Lum
Mrs. John Ho of New York has
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Susan, to Mr. Andrew
Lum, of New York City also.
Miss Ho is a junior in the lite-
rary college. She is a transfer
student from Marietta College,
JGP NOTES
JGP Dance-A mass meeting for
all women with dancing parts will
be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the
League,
* * .*
JGP Music-Coeds taking musi-
cal roles will meet at 4 p.m. to-
morrow in the League.
JGP Speaking Parts - A meet-
ing for women with speaking parts
is slated for 4 p.m. tomorrow in
the League.
. Committee Work-Juniors in-
terested in working on committees
for JGP will attend a mass meet-
ing at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the
League.
A new look in menswear will
come out this year with the in-
troduction of men's sport shirts
made of nylon, acetate crepe, silk,
wool jersey and even dotted swiss.
These shirts will feature designs
of Hawaiian prints, California
scenes, plaids, jungle fern pat-
terns and solid colors of red and
gold.

Marietta, Ohio, where she was a
member of Eta Tau Delta. Mr.
Lum, also a junior, is studying
bacteriology at the University of
Dubuque.
Wedding plans are indefinite.

THE
OFFICIAL MICHIGAN RING
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
COMPLIMENTARY ENGRAVING
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
1319 S. University Phone 3-1733

WOMEN'S &
CHILDREN'S
HAIR-CUTTING!!
You're Invited To Try Our
Seven ExperienceduHair-Cutters
With Styling To Suit Your Par-
ticular Needs To Please You.
No Appointments Necessary.
The Dascola Barbers
Liberty off State

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SALE STARTS
TUESDAY
MORNING

COLLINS

DOORS OPEN
PROMPTLY
AT 9:30

JANUf4RY SR fLE!
QUALITY MERCHANDISE SELECTED FROM OUR REGULAR STOCKS

DRESSES
Select groups of wool jerseys, ray-
on crepes, taffetas, nylons, wool
crepes and velvets.
Junior Women's
and 1/2pie and
Misses 2 h'.f sizes
Formerly $10.95 to $49.95
MATERNITY DRESSES-Were $10 to
$25 ... / reduced.
FORMAL AND DINNER DRESSES -
were $17.95 to $35.00 . . . now 1/3 re-
duced.
ACCESSORIES
HOSIERY-a closeout of some shades,
were $1.25 to $1.95 . . . now $1.00 pr.
ANKLETS-Wool and Nylon . . . Colors
and a few whites. Were to $1.35 pr.
Now 50c pr.
TUCK-A-WAY UMBRELLAS-formerly
to $16.95 now $12.95, formerly to
$14.95 now $10.95.
PEARLS-one to five strands. Were to
$5.00 . . . now 1 price.
MITTENS-wool, pink, blue or yellow.
Were $2.50, now $1.50.
DICKIES--one group formerly priced to
$1.25 . . . 50c.
HANKIES-One selected group, now 25c
ROBES
Corduroy, Quilts, Taffeta,
Satin and Wools
13 reduced
formerly $12.95 to $35.00
BRIDAL ENSEMBLES - Negligee and
matching gown, black, blue, tea-rose and

LINGERIE
CREPE CAMISOLES-were $3.95. .
now $2.00.
SLIPS - Rayon Crepe, were to $5.00
... now $2.95.

R I G H T I N G THE R IC G.IN G - Norman Fullerton
of Bowie,)Texas, adjusts rigging on telescope mast pole during
exhibition of techniques, part of Bowie's Oil Progres Week.'

P R O T E C T I O N F O R C O P S - This plastic shelter
in Piazza Fiume, one of Rome's busy intersections, is -being tested
- a. nrotection for traffic police against wind and rain.

PAJAMAS
$7.95.. .
BRUSHED
$5.00 ...

- Satin and Crepe, were to
now $5.00.
RAYON GOWNS - were
now $3.00.

BRUSHED RAYON PAJAMAS - were
to $5.95 . . . now $3.00.
OUTING FLANNEL PAJAMAS - were
$4.50.. . now $3.00.
SHORTIE NIGHTIES - Crepe, were to
$5.95 . . . now $3.00.
SHORTIE NIGHTIES - Jersey, were to
$4.00. . . now $3.00
SHORTIE GOWNS - Brushed Rayon,
were $5.00 . . . now $3.00.
SUITS
Novelty Wools and Gabardines
1/3 reduced
Jr., Misses', Women's, Half Sizes
COATS
Casual and Fur Trimmed
13 reduced
were $49.50 to $150.00
SPORTSWEAR
BLOUSES - SKIRTS
SWEATERS
Drastically Reduced

A C O U P L E OF OB J E C T O R S - Robert (second from left) and Jean, two of the Leal
quads, pose with a howl as the other two, Marie Therese (left) and Jacqueline look with wide-eyed
wonderment. They're shown in nursery at Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris suburb. The 13/-month-old
auads come from St. Celle St. Cloud, near Paris.

INDIA'S PAVLOVA
-Mirabai ('above), Hindu dan-
cer, popularly known as "India's
Pavlova," recently made her first
appearance in London at the
Imperial Institute Theater.

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