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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Glee Club To Present Concert

Yule Program
Will Feature
GuestSinger
{
Arlene Sollenberger will be
guest artist when the University
of Michigan Women's Glee Club
presents its annual Christmas
concert at 8:15 p.m. today in Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Miss Sollenberger, instructor of
voice in the School of Music, will
sing five numbers in the third
group of songs on the program,
entitled "To the Worship." She
will -be accompanied by Patricia
Pierce, instructor in piano.
The first group of songs in the
concert will be dedicated "To the
Mother," the second group, "To
the Children," and the last "To
the Holiday." The audience will
be asked to join in the singing of
the closing carols of the program.
Miss Sollenberger received her

* * *

JGP Directors
Work on Script
Tryouts To Be Held
Following Holidays
Now that Frosh Weekend and
Soph Cab are past history this
year, the spotlight turns to ju-
nior women and their annual pre-
sentation of Junior Girls' Play.
Four performances are given,
the first viewed only by senior
women, who have the privilege of
stopping the play at any time to
call for a repeat of a line, a scene,
or even an entire act.
The other three performances
are open to the entire campus.
Although JGP does not take
place until the last of March. the
Central Committee has been hard
at work since the beginning of
school.
Joan Strifling, who wrote the
script, Cathy Sotir, general chair-
man, and Mickey Sager, director,
have been busy cutting, improving
and adding on to the script.
Working in conjunction with
Miss McCormick, director of the!
League, the girls have finally
come up with-in their words-
"the most stupendous script since'
'Oklahoma'!"
Tryouts for the cast will be held
immediately after Christmas va-.
cation, then all coeds concerned
with the show, whether in the
cast or on a backstage committee,
will begin their jobs in earnest.
JGP has been and always will
be, in the eyes of every junior
class which has a hand in pre-
senting the play, one of Michi-
gan's greatest traditions.

ROSES IN JANUARY:
Suit, Blouse, Fur Coat Attire
Advised for Rose Bowl Trip

By JO KETELHUT
What will the well-dressed co-
ed be wearing in the shadow of
the golden gate?
With many Michigan women
planning to make the trek out to
the sunshine country, this has be-
come the major topic in dorm and
sorority "gab fests" recently.
"SNOWBALLED" with inquiries
about Los Angeles temperatures,
swimming possibilities and cur-
rent West Coast fashion, students
who will be traveling home to
California for the holidays have
been attempting to give needed
advice to Rose Bowl bound coeds
who live in cooler country.
All reports from students who
are familiar with California.

during the winter months. Cotton
dresses are optional, but will not
be predominate at this time of
year.
Knit, light wools, crepe, taf-
feta, velvetdand almost any kind
of date dress worn currently
on the Michigan campus will
be acceptable for evening wear
in Pasadena.
With the daily temperatures
often ranging from 45 to 85 de-
grees, coeds traveling from Ann
Arbor to Pasadena are advised to
carry a fur or cloth coat with
them for the cooler evenings in
southern California. Sweaters,
toppers or jackets will take care
of comfort during the more windy
days.

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Open WednesdayDecember 20till 9 P.M.

ARLENE SOLLENBERGER
* * *
Church in Detroit. She is affilia-
ted with Sigma Alpha Iota, na-
tional music fraternity, and facul-
ty advisor to the Alpha chapter.
She is also secretary of the Ann
Arbor Alumni chapter.

Bachelor of Music degree from L
Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kan., 4- i vit . is
in 1942 and her master's degree in

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music education and in voice in
1947 and 1948 from the Univer-
sity.
She has sung in several operas
and oratorios in Ann Arbor and
Detroit. On campus this year she
sang over station WUOM and
gave several recitals.
During the summer of 1948-49,
Uiss Sollenberger attended the
Tanglewood Berkshire Music Fes-
tival where she studied in the op-
era department under Boris Gol-
dovsky.
Miss Sollenberger is contralto
soloist at Central Methodist
Assembly Ball
Positions Set
Central committee positions for
Assembly Ball, an annual dance to
be held in Marchi have been an-
nounced by the League.
Nancy Pridmore, Newberry, will
head a committee of eight coeds
who will be in charge of arrange-
ments for the dance which is given
by Assembly.
Included on the central commit-
tee are Joan Nelson, Stockwell and
Harriet Copel, New Dorm, publici-
ty co-chairmen, and Rene Levy,
Stockwell and Arlene Suozzo, Mar-
tha Cook, decorations co-chair-
men.
The list continues with Joan
Kaizer, New Dorm, tickets; Ann
Black, Stockwell, finance; Marcia
Golfarb, Betsy Barbour, buildings
and grounds and Allen Haak, New
Dorm, programs and patrons.

NeededFridayf
Merit-Tutorial Committee has
announced that all activity chair-
men must turn in participation
lists for each woman in, their
houses by Friday.
It is the function of each acti-
vity chairman to keep the women
in her house informed on the
what, when, where and how of
campus and dorm or house activi-
ties.
On .behalf of the League and
the Bureau of Appointments,
Merit-Tutorial Committee needs
to know the who, what and when
of these activities. It is the job of
the chairmen to compile this rec-
ord and send it in.
The record is then put on a
cumulative card in the League
office. These records are used by
League officials, honor societies
and chairmen of committees.
Senior cards are transferred to
the Bureau of Appointments
where they are available to pros-
pective employers. In getting a job
a lot depends on college activities
and the employer's knowledge of
them. Merit-Tutorial keeps the
most complete record..
Activities recorded include any
all-campus functions and major
house offices. Such things as
campus clubs, church guilds, WAA
sports clubs, class projects, music
organizations and honor societies
should be listed.
The committee urges that the
activity chairmen be specific in
listing the women's participations.
Soph Cab tells nothing, but Soph
Cab Ticket Committee does iden-
tify a job.

winter weather indicate that Bring your bathing suits,"in-
suits, worn with blouses or say the Californians to Michigan
short-sleeved sweaters, are the tstudents who, last September
most practical attire for day- thought they had packed them
time wear, away until next summer. Chilly
temperatures will keep everyone
When the temperature soars in- away from the ocean,but numer-
to the 70's and 80's, the suit ous swimming pools will be avail-
jacket can be removed for further able.
comfort. For nightclubbing and special
T an b New Year's Eve parties, formals of
SKIRTS and blouses, worn with any material and color should be
light-weight toppers, are other included in the Pasadena wardrobe
possible combinations which will if there is suitcase room.
be suitable for California climate Coeds will not need to worry
about their dark-colored clothes
Badminton being suitable for the warmer cli-
BADMINTON CLUB-Mem- mate as California is also in its NLY
bers will not meet this week. winter season. The same sugges-0
tion goes for shoes and accessories.

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Handbags - suedes and calf
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} at 2.98 and 5.00, originally to
10.95.
Blouses - wool jersey crepes
and satins at 5.00, originally
to 10.95.
One group, crepes and satins
at 3.98.
I Skirts - wool gabardines, cord-
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Belts, velvet suedes and lea-
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1-2-3 strand pearls, adjustable
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a Dresses, 2 groups, 7.00 and
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