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AR 16, 1951




Cast Revealed
By Committee
For JGPParts
Central Committee of the Ju-
nior Girls' Play has announced the
final cast for their annual pro-
duction to be held in March.
Coeds given speaking parts are
to meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the League.
* * *
THE FOLLOWING have speak-
ing parts: Marilyn Bailey, Jane
Barker, Elizabeth Bean, Lila Beck,
Donna Benson, Betty Bridges,
Cynthia Bruce, Ethel Cada, Nancy'
Carter, Maury Clark, Beverly
Clarke, Barbara Cohn, Teetah
Dondero, Camilla Duncan, Bar-
bara Elliott, Joanne Elliott, Lois
Engman, Mary Dell Ford, Shirley
S. Forsyth, Abby Funk.
The list continues with
Murel Grabow, Mary Gratzer,
Sally H. Gresham, Ileane Gudel-
sky, Sarah Hoffman, Joyce
Howard, Gloria Knoob, Nancy
Marshall, Char Matthews.
Mary Anne McCusker, Joyce
Mersereau, Janet Parker, Jo Poch,
Joyce . Rashti, Tracy Redfield,
Edith Paula Rew, Phyllis Seput,
Cecily Wade, Nancy Watkins,
Mary Watt.
COEDS WHO ARE to take part
in the dancing chorus are Cor-
rinne Bacon, Betty Baily, Nancy
Bergdahl, Margaret Blackford,I
Clarol Briggs, Louise Campbell,
Marilyn Collins, Ermine Crockett,
Pat Ford, Joanne Frye, Janice
Dancers also include Joan
Olesow, Anne Gilbert, JoAnn
Grill, Mary Keegan, Jo Ketel-
hut, Joyce Lamberg, Elaine
Madden, Beulah Markhus, Jean
Parker, Mona Pick, Pat Skinner,
Barbara Trytten, Lois Waita,
Patricia Ward, Joan Weaver,
Pat Wilcox, and Maxine Wolf.'
The singing chorus will con-
sist of the following coeds: Joanne
Anderson, Barb Beckley, Lee Ben-
jamin, Nancy Beveridge, Harriet
Brown, Marion Charles, Elizabeth
Clapham, Margaret Collins, Ann
Cotton, Marie Diamond, Susan
DIwan, Carol Eagle, Nancy Ericke,
Priscilla Fields, Sally Fish, Mari-
lyn Floridia, Mary Lee Gallagher,
Dorothy Garrett.,
x Other choristers are Ginny
Gish, Peggy Graham, Phyllis Gun-
drum, Sally Harding, Alice Jean
Harris, Edith Hazzard, Nancy Hil-
ton; Marge Jefferies, Marilyn
Johnson, Marilyn Kallenberg,
Ralle Ann Kamens, Peggy Kid-
well, Carol Mackey, Donna Ma-
lone, Marjorie McLean, Robin Mc-
Char Miettunen, Beverly Myas,
Mary Peterson, Alice Richmond,
Virginia Robinson, Kate Roney,
Penny Singler, Pat Smith, Ruth
Spillman, Alicia Stevenson, Anne
Waterman, Betty Wiles, and Rose-
mary Wise.

Engagement Announced


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Snow Dictates
Designer's Collction {>
Shows Practicalityr
To make skiing a favorite sport,
it is important to choose pretty
and practical ski wear.
Designer Fred Picard's collec-
tion of ski jacket designs for the
1951 season are good news in the
skiing world. One outstanding fea- -_
ture is his new water-repellent
knit sweater.;
* * *
THE SPECIALLY treated knit.
fabric has a smooth surface to NEW LOOK-Hosiery decorations for spring
prevent snow and ice from cling- slant. The pair of stockings on the left ha
ing to it. The fabric is of a stretchy sign set with rhinestones angled across the
quality enabling freedom of ac- The hose on the right display the new pict
tion and is intended for fishing stockings for sport wear feature whip sti
and camping as well as skiing. o
Although the new sweater is outlined heel. * *
water-repellent, it is porous
enough to allow ventilation. The DAISIES TO DIAMONDS:
most frequent sweater style is
in handsome argyle plaid trim- -N
med with solid color knit rib-igath wssasbn
and inset yokes.
Another Picard creation is the G amou toSpring
new reversible ski jacket. One style-.
has a Roman-striped knitted wool Spring treatment of hosiery Diamond
jersey bodice and sleeve on one styles made its debut recently at in black,
side and navy blue water-repel- the National Hosiery Exposition in within th
lent cotton plaid on the other side. New York City. frame he
A J s Such features as the new whip Swiss
one side in ice blue water-repel- stitched heel for casual or sports within ti
onea side ineicevblueawater-repel-
lent cotton poplin and the other wear and the novel daisy pattern- navy, bl
side in white silk with a colorful ed stockings electronically appli- new inte
Sun Valley print. qued took the limelight at the A stocki
In Picard's collection of ski, exposition., * * cently in
jackets there are other new fab- THE WHIP STITCHED heel ef- doubtri
rics. Water-repellent polka-dot- fet is brought about by the ap- Mistrie,
ted pure silk surrah and check- plication of white floss around the appears i
ed gingham are favorites this frame of the heel to provide a
season. bright contrast to navy, black or
Nylon ski jackets are featured brown outlined heels. To continue
with capelet collars of wool gab- this spring is the seasonal fashion W i
ardine which can be wrapped for dark heeled nylons.
around the head like a hood. The collection of daisy pat- -
IN ADDITION to a suitable terns features one stocking with
jacket or sweater, warm and small daisies at an angle across W i]
wind-proof wool gabardine ski the front and another with
pants are, of course, a necessity. ! daisies and rhinestones in a side
They come in a variety of colors clock that trails up the stock- In keep
to match the selected jacket. ing. snow will
If no hood is attached to the Other attractions in novel ho- bid pay-
jacket, a ski cap with ear flaps siery for spring include gradu- Mortarboa
or a pair of ear muffs to match ated diamond studded stars, which for indep
the pants and jacket is indispen- are removable and 'may be trans- women.
sible. ferred and butterflies and bal- The Le
It is wise to select water-proof lerinas cleverly applied to nylons. decorated
ski mittens reinforced with lea- * * * ter theme
ther palms, and a pair of wool THE PICTURE FRAME heel is
gloves to wear underneath them. now famous in the hosiery world. WINTE
----- the orch

Every affiliated woman on cam-
pus is a member of that vast or-
ganization' known as Panhellenic.
From the very time of rush-
ing until the day of graduation,
Panhel plays an important role in
the life of every sorority woman.
Headed by the Panhel Board,
which consists of eight members,
the Association has as one of its
prime functions, the organizing of
all rushing activities.
* * *
both the new Rushing Counseling
System and the Honor Plan among
The Rushing Counselor Plan
was inagurated last year by
Panhellenic to provide aid and
advice for women going
through rushing.
Nine sorority women have given
up their house affiliation to pro-
vide unbiased advice to all rush-
ees. In preparation for their task,
they have undergone an exten-
sive training period under the
leadership of Beverly Clarke, the
Association's Assistant Rushing

g have taken on a new
as a delicate daisy de-
front of one stocking.
ture frame heel. Other
itching to follow the

Pahellenic Activities Include
Planning of Rushing Procedure

igns Lend

WORKING ON the honor sys-
tem, no sorority seeks new friend-
ships among prospective rushees,
and dormitory visiting by affili-
ated women is kept to a minimum.
The coordinating and govern-
ing body of Panhel, the Panhel-
lenic Board, also strives to pro-
mote unity between the indepen-
dent and affiliate women on
campus, as well as a closerIin-
tegration between the Panhel
members themselves.
Among the many projects which
help the group to achieve these
aims are the Fresh Air Camp Tag
Day, Frosh Week-End, and the an-
nual Panhellenic Ball and Work-
Under the auspices of Panhel-
lenic, but still an organization in
its own right is Junior Pan-
hellenic reorganized each year at
the end of rushing.
Composed of pledge class presi-
dents, the group strives to acquaint
sorority pledges with Panhel ac-
tivities and promote friendship
a n d cooperation between all


Mr. and Mrs. Ardo Wayne Joy
of Indianapolis have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Patricia Ann, to Bruce Wesley Ar-
den, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Arden also of Indianapolis.
Miss Joy is a junior in the
School of Music and is affiliated
with Delta Delta Delta. She is al-
so a member of Alpha Lambda
Delta and Sigma Alpha, Iota and is
chairman of dance for JGP.
Mr. Arden is affiliated with Phi
Delta Theta at the University of
Chicago and was graduated from
Purdue University where he be-
longed to Tau Beta Pi and Eta
Kappa Nu.
A February wedding is being
planned by Nancycarol Williams
and William Severance Gripman.
Union Plans To Hold
Pre-examination Ball
The Union is planning to hold
its annual "Bluebook Ball" Sat-
urday night in the Union Ball-
The exam-time event will be
held amidst appropriate decora-
tions. A false ceiling and programs
in the form of miniature blue-
books will be featured.
Plans are also under way for
other decorations and intermis-
sion entertainment.

Their engagement was announc-
ed by Miss Williams' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hayden R. Williams of
Detroit. Mr. Gripman is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Rea Burke Grip-
man of Pleasant Ridge.
Miss Williams graduated from
the School of Dental Hygiene last
June. She is affiliated with Kappa
Alpha Theta.
Mr. Gripman is a senior in the
School of Engineering. He is a
member of Phi Gamma Delta, Vul-
cans, and the Engineering Coun-
* * *
Schiossb erg-Title
A June wedding is being plan-
ned by Naomi Schlossberg and
Herbert Title.
Their engagement has been an-
nounced by Miss Schlossberg's pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Schlossberg of Detroit. Mr. Title is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ti-
tle of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Miss Schlossberg is a junior in
the literary college. Mr. Title grad-
uated from the University last
June; he is now attending the Un-
iversity of Wisconsin.

shaped satin appliques
brown and royal blue
e bounds of the picture
e add a different touch.
dots evenly spaced
he picture frame heel in
ack or brown present a
rest in stockings.
Ding which was only re-
ntroduced and will no
in great popularity is
the nylon creation so
nd yet so transparent it
Ake an illusion on the leg.
ntermezZO ,
-off Dance,
ing with the newly-fallen
be 'Wintermezzo,' a girl-
off dance sponsored by
ard, senior honor society
pendent and affiliated
eague Ballroom will be
to accord with the win-
for the Feb. 17 dance.
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(Continued from Page 4)
Events Today
Beta Chapter of Phi Sigma
announces a round-table discus-
sion entitled "The Species Con-
cept in Biology," by T. Johnson
and G. Webster. Botany Dept.,
and E. Sillman, D. Cook J.
Peters, Zoology Dept. at 7:30 p.-r
m. in the Rackham Assembly
Hall. The public is invited to at-
Christian Science Organization:

Testimonial meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Upper Room, Lane Hall.
WUOM Music Quiz: Qualified
students interested in participat-
ing in a Music Quiz are invited to
contact the Music Library, WU-
OM, Administration B u i l d i n g
anytime this week. Students with
general knowledge of all kinds of
music are needed.
Wolverine Club: Meeting, 7:15
p.m., Union.
Pershing Rifles: All actives and
pledges attend the meeting to-
night 7:29 p m. at the rifle range.
All the pledges are to take their
entrance examination.
Chess Club and Go Club: Meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., Room 3A, Union.
Square Dance Grout) meets at

Wesleyan Foundation: Do-Drop-
In Wednesday afternoon for tea
and chatter at the guild.
U. of M. Soaring Club: Meet-
ing, Wed., Jan. 17, 7 p.m., Room
1042, E. Engineering Bldg. Ade-
finite decision on the tow plane
will be made; summer soaring
will be discussed. All members are
urged to attend and all interested
are welcome.
Ullr Ski Club: Meeting to dis-
cuss between semesters ski trip.
No movies. Room 3-D, Union.
Wed., Jan. 17, 7:30 p.m.
W.A.B. Square and Folk Dance
Club: Meet in W.A.B., 7:30-9:45
p.m., Wed., Jan. 17.
Research Club: Wed., Jan. 17,
8 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
"The crossbreeding of Spanish and
Indian cultures in the colonial art
of Peru," by Prof. Harold E.
Wethey; I "Modern ideas concern-
ing the principal avenues of dis-
tribution of plants in North Am-
erica," Prof. Rogers McVaugh.

7 a.m., Holy Communion follow-
ed by student breakfast.

No bridge tournament
Union Wednesday night.

in the

paper snowflakes and white bal-
loon snowballs dangle from the
Wintermezzo, held from 9 to
12 p.m., will feature the band of
Ken Norman.
The dance has been organized
to give women an opportunity, to
"pay off" their dates for dances
and parties to which they have
been taken throughout the semes-
chairman, has suggested that
since Wintermezzo will be held a'
week after J-Hop it would be an
appropriate pay-off for this event.
Date dresses will be worn by
women attending the dance.
Tickets will be sold Feb. 12 to 17,
the week before the dance, in
the League.
Dance chairman, Beverly Baron,
will be assisted by Laverne
Schmitkons,adecoration chairman,
and Jean Lange, head of the tic-
ket committee.
Wendy Owen is in charge of
programs and finance, Jean
Lange, tickets, and Barbara Jans,
Entertainment will be handled
by Mary Louise Hook and band
arrangements by Sally Slocum.
Badminton Club
Members will not meet this
week; however, club activities
will resume next semester.



"(o Lane Hall,'7pm.
TOSCARE YOU The Congregational, Disciple,
.O C EYEvangelical and Reformed Guild
. BUT . . . will have Tea at the Guild House,
438 Maynard, 4:34 to 5:45.
PRICES are going up, materials
are getting scarce, we have al- Women of the University Fac-
ready been rationed on base v ulty: Special tea with new mem-
metals and papers. bers as guests of honor, Tues.,
o ORDER your programs and Jan. 16, 4-6 p.m., Club Room,
favors NOW for your spring League. Members are urged to
S parties and be sure of getting Idrop in as this tea will take place
what you want at a price with- of the January dinner meeting.
in your budget. A phone call Graduate History Club: Meet-
ing bring a representative with vng 8 p.m., W. Conference Rm.,
complete sample lines, No Ob- Rackham Bldg. Mr. Marvin Ei-
o ligation. senberg, Department of Fine Arts,
L. G. BALFOUR CO. will speak on "The Artist-Scien-
tist in the Early Renaissance."
1319 S. University Ph. 3 1733
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