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SUNDA, MARCH 11, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Rosebowl Theme To Prevail
At This Year's 'Senior Supper'
Graduating Women Will Review Activities;
March Through Campus To Precede Event

NO TIME'TO SPARE
General-Chairman of JGP Heads Production

"From Rosebowl to Rosebowl"
will be the theme of this year's
"Senior Supper" to be held at 6
p.m. Thursday, March 22 in the
league Ballroom.
Reviewing the events of their
four years at the University, wo-
men of the class of '51 will remin-
isce about the trip to the Rose-
bowl "back in '48" as well as this
year's California trek..
WATCHING the past parade
before their eyes, the seniors will
have an opportunity to look back
upon their class' Soph Cabaret,
"Don't Myth It," and scenes from
last year's JGP, "The Real Mc-
Coy" will also be presented.
Preceding this event, the wo-
men will march to the League
wearing that mark of distinc-
tion of seniors, mortarboards.
This is the first time in the his-
tory of Senior Night that the wo-
men may wear only their mortar-
boards rather than the traditional
caps and gowns.
THlE PRACTICE has been aban-

doned this year in an effort to
enable the whole class to parti-
cipate in the activity by cutting
down on expenses, according to
Mary L o u Scanlon, publicity
chairman.
The caps may be rented at
Moe's Sport Shop for $1 plus $1
deposit. Dental Hygienists and
senior nurses may wear their
caps.
Following the march to the
League, the women will attend the
annual dinner during which there
will be no speeches. After the
dinner festivities, the seniors will
move over to Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre for the first presentation
of this year's JGP, "It's the Pay-
off."
TAKING full advantage of their
class status, the seniors will have
an opportunity to call back for a
repeat performance any song,
dance or even scene of. the show
which is to their liking.
Tickets for the entire evening,
including the dinner, JGP and
favors will be $1.50. Representa-
tives in the various residences will
be selling tickets.

By MAD DAVIS
Cathy Sotir, general chairman'
of the Junior Girls' Play, has been
busy since she first received her
position last spring organizing the)
production of the play.
As chairman, Miss Sotir super-
vises all the committees and the
chairmen who work under her on
the Central Committee.
She, together with Joan Strief-
ling, who wrote the script, and
Mickey Sager, director, read, cut
and censored the script until they
felt that it was suitable for pro-
duction.
* * *
DURING THE summer, she
carresponded with most of the
chairmen to help them organize
their committees, and to aid them
League, Picks
Dance Heads
Central committee positions for
Frosh Weekend have been an-
nounced by the League.
Leaders of the Blue Team are
as follows: general chairman,
Janet Goldstick; assistant general
chairman, Diane Halbrook; tick-
ets, Mary Hodges; programs, Bar-
bara Carse; awards and judges,
Virginia Pike; finance, Ann Plum-
ton and floorshow, Sue Spurrier.
Other chairmen of the Blue
Team are: assistant floorshow,
Millie McIntyre; publicity, Joan
Benzion; patrons, Marion Swan-
son and decorations, Roddie Mc-
Donnell.
Chairmen of the Maize Team
are as follows: general chairman,
IJanet Netzer; assistant general
chairman, Sue Riggs; tickets, Sue
Trometter; programs, Joan Bar-
naby; awards and judges, Sylvia
Hagopian and Sue Toshoch, fi-
nance.
Continuing "the list of Maize
Team committee heads are: floor-
show, Phyllis Bettman; assistant
floorshow, J a n e t Sigtenhorst;
publicity, Ann Schmitz; patrons,
Gretchen Hahn and decorations,
Mary Ann Alexander.
Coeds who included pictures
with their petitions may pick
them up in Janie Topper's box
in the Undergraduate Office of
the League.

in starting their committee's func-
tioning.
This fall, Miss Sotir has spent
most of her spare time working
on and for JGP. he presides
over Central Committee meet-
ings, offers suggestions to the
chairmen, and is always avail-
able to listen to problems that
arise in the committees, and to
try to help the chairmen solve
them.
In spite of her trials and tribu-
lations in trying to produce a
three act play suitable for presen-
tation to the campus, and one
which is produced completely by
amateurs, she has managed to
keep her sense of humor intact.
* * * t
WHENEVER THP rest of the
Central Committee thinks that
their doom has come, and that
they will never be able to present
a play of any description, Miss
Sotir seems to be able to look at
the humorous side of the situa-
tion.
By doing this, she manages
to calm the distraught chair-
men, and sooner or later the
problem is solved.
During Miss Sotir's three years
at the University, she has been
very active in League affairs.
AS CO-CHAIRMAN of the fa-
shion show of Frosh Weekend,
she was responsible fo rthe organ-
Union Offers
StudyChange
Entertainment to liven up a day
of studying will be offered by the
Union from 7 to 10:30 p.m. today
at its weekly Sunday evening en-
tertainment program.
With cards for bridge and Can-
asta games in the small ballroom,
there will also be dancing to the
music of the nation's leading
dance bands, via records, in the
Terrace Room.
There will be no admission
charge for couples attending the
event.

ization of the show, and for ob-
taining models, clothes and props.
The fashion show has since
been discontinued as a part of
Frosh Week-end, but the first
year that the event took place,
it was presented on Sunday, fol-
lowing the two dances Friday"
and Saturday nights.
Her job on Soph Cab was that
of publicity chairman. Miss Sotir
was responsible for several soph-
omore women standing up at foot-
ball games with umbrellas stating,
"The sun always shines on Soph
Cab.",
SHE WAS also one of the coeds
who stood on the Diag handing
out the Shakespearean daggers
proclaiming the slogan of last'
year's Soph Cab, "As You Shake
It.'
Besides her annual duties, she
is a member of the League Coun-
cil and is on the Board of Repre-
sentatives of the League.
Miss Sotir has also managed to
maintain a substantial scholas-
tic average.
She is a resident of Martha
Cook dormitory.
Betrothal

Union To Hold
JGP Preview
For First Time
Men Break Custom
To Slate Coed Event
At Their Open House
For the first time, the pages of
Union history will record the ap-
pearance of a League event at the
Union Open House to be held
from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Something new will enliven the
day's events when JGP presents
a preview of its production "It's
the Payoff."
THIS IS the first time that a
women's class project has ever
taken part in a Union Open
House, even though the members
of Michifish traditionally perform
in the Union pool.
Though the plot of the play
is traditionally kept, a secret
until the night of its first per-
formance for the senior women,
students attending the open
house will catch a glimpse of
enough song and" dance num-
bers from the play to provide
them with a bit of curiosity,
said Cathy Sotir, general chair-
man of this year's show.
The preview will be held in
rooms R, S and T on the third
floor, with the performances al-
ternating with those of the Gen-
eral Motors "Preview of Progress"
which will be held in the main
ballroom.
* * *
PRESENTING exhibits of such
scientific subjects as jet propul-
sion in terms that a layman can
understand, the scientific show
will be presented twice during the
afternoon.
Wandering down to the pool,
students may take a look at the
aquashow to be staged by some
of the members of Michifish.
Those wishing to take a few
trips around the dance floor, aft-
er viewing the exhibits, may do so
from 3 to 5 p.m. in the North
Lounge with the Art King Combo
providing the music.
When they have satisfied their
curiosity at the various shows,
and tired of dancing, students
may take a bird's eye view of the
campt* by means of the Union
tower which will be open to high
altitude observers.
Workshop Meeting
All activities chairmen are
asked to be present at an Ac-
tivities Workshop meeting at
4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Ann
Arbor Room of the League.
Assembly Board petitioning
will be discussed.

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WEDDING PLANS - Mr. and
Mrs. J. Rosen of Ashville, N. C.
have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Janette
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NO CLASSES:
Hillel Schedules Activities

WAA Notices]
Cagers will play off the quarter
and semi-final games this week
in the WAA intramural basketball
tournament.
The schedule for this week is
as follows: Monday at 8 p.m.--
Stockwell V vs. Chi Omega I;
Mosher I vs. Newberry I; Tuesday
at 7:15 p.m.--Alpha Phi II vs. Chi
Omega IV; Angell I vs. Gamma
Phi Beta II.

Graduate Mixer ...
Hillel 'will sponsor a graduate
mixer from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.-
m. today at the Alpha Epsilon Phi
House, 409 N. Ingalls.
There will be dancing, and re-
freshments will be served.
The mixer is open to all gradu-
ate students, and undergraduate
upperclass women have been in-
vited. There is no charge.
"The last graduate mixer was
very successful, and therefore
Hillel will sponsor a series of grad-
uate mixers in the future," said
Alden Harris, Hillel publicity
chairman.
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Study Group ...
"The Ghetto," a book by Louis
Wirth, will be discussed at the
second meeting of Hillel's Study
Group at 2:30 p.m. today in the
League.
Mrs.' Ruth Tinkus, assistant di-
rector of the Study Group, will
conduct the discussion.
Following a review of the book,
Ruth Lilendiger will lead a dis-
cussion concerning the sociologi-
cal study of the Jews in eastern
Europe.
The room number will be post-
ed on the League bulletin board.

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Stockwell V-Chi 'Omega I; Thurs-
day at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa Delta I
vs. winner of Angell I'- Gamma
Phi Beta II; at 7:15 p.m. Delta
Delta Delta I vs. winner of Alpha
.y.; Phi II- Chi Omega IV.
Y Final game in the 'B' tourna-
ment is scheduled for Monday,
March 19, at 7:15 p.m., 'A' tour-
nament game will be at 8 p.m.

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