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Junior Play Tickets To Go on Sale Tomorrow

VLast Rehearsals Begin;
Stunts Depict Scenes
From 'It's The Payoff'
Tickets for this year's Junior
Girls' Play, "It's the Payoff," will
be on sale tomorrow through Sat-
urday at the box office of the Lea-
Tickets for the evening perform-
ances, which will be presented at
8 p.m. Friday ' and Saturday, are
$.90, and those for the 2 p.m. Sat-
urday afternoon matinee are being
sold at $.74, both including tax.
SENIOR WOMEN will view the
first performance of the play on
Thursday, as a climax of Senior
Night festivities.
Tickets for that performance are
Included in the price of Senior
With dress rehearsals begin-
ning tomortow night, coeds
working on JGP are reaching the
final stage of production.
Mickey Sager, director, and -her
assistant, Marge Hager, are plan-
ning on vcy little rest and quiet
during the next hectic week.
* * *
"SPEAKING LINES must be let-
ter perfect, and singing and danc-
ing choruses must be faultless
when -the senior women see the
play with-the critical eye befitting
their rank," stated Miss Sager.
Proving to the seniors that
"It's the Payoff" is better thant
their production "The Real Mc-
Coy" is a- job in itself, so the
entire cast and even the Central
Committee will be on their toes.
Costume committee, under the
leadership of Alice Lowe, have
been working fervently this week-
end to finish the costumes needed
in the dress rehearsals.

4* * * *

MAKING HISTORY-For the first time in the history of the
campus coeds present a preview of JGP at the Union Open House.
"It's the Payoff," this year's play, will be presented at 8 p.m. Fri-
day and Saturday, and at 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
* * 4~)* * *

JAN JAMES, publicity chair-
man, and Gerry Mauralo. stunts
chairmab, are responsible for the
Indian war dance which will be
held on the Diag during the next
week, and for- the wandering
ghosts and hula dancers who will
sing the praises of JGP to the
student body.
Mary Moore, assistant chair-
man of JGP, has stated, "We

are very pleased with the pro-
gress that we have made with
'It's the Payoff'."
"The coeds can no longer see
the humor in what they are do-
ing at rehearsals, however, since
they have been practicing for so
long," she continued.
For the first time since JGP be-
gan its tradition in 1904, a pre-
view of the play was presented at'
the Union Open House yesterday.

Coats Reflect
New Light Fabrics,
Ensembles Featured
For the changeable warmer
weather and for smartness, coats
of tweed and fleece reflect the
newest in fashion trends.
* * *
ONE DESIGNER features a full
length coat with large balloon
sleeves, cuffed and elbow length.
It is made with a flowing line and
trim band collar.
Another coat follows the trend
with sleeves that can be pushed
up. The coat of fleece has a
deep pointed collar to add to
the style.
The ever popular longer length
topper is also slated for a busy
season. One designer features it in
navy fleece with a mandarin col-
lar, double breasted closing, taper-
ing hemline and dropped shoul-
* * *
ENSEMBLES always prove prac-
tical and smart. One outfit com-
bines a coat of fleece with a suit
of gabardine in a matching shade.
The coat is % length with four
pockets. The suit buttons to a high
Africa Will Be
"Africa in Today's World" will
be the topic of discussion at an in
formal evening meeting sponsored
by the International Center at
7:30 p.m. today at the Center.
Students from the Gold Coast,
Nigeria, Liberia, Union of South
Africa and Egypt will participate
in the discussion.
Serving as moderator will be
Prof. Horace Minor, who has re-
cently returned from a one year
stay on that continent.
Admission price will be 25 cents.
A sound movie about the Gold
Coast will be shown, and refresh-
ments will be served.
American students are especial-
ly invited and they may ask ques-
tions and participate in the dis-
cussion," said Harold Onubogu of
Nigeria, president of the African
student group on campus.
Applications Availale
For Henderson House
Women students now on campus
who are interested in living in
Mary Bartron Henderson House
next fall may pick up application
blanks tomorrow and Tuesday at
the Alumni Council office in the
Henderson House is located at
1330 Hill Street and accommodates
29 women. All work in the house
is done by the residents; conse-
quently board and room costs are
lower than in any other type of
University housing.
Further information regarding
applications may be obtained at
the Office of the Dean of Women
or at the Alumni Council Office.

Senior women may wear their
caps and gowns for the first time
at the annual "Senior Supper" to
be held at 6 p.m. Thursday in the
League Ballroom.
In order to stay within the
boundaries of tradition, the cen-
tral committee has decided that
it would be more fitting if the
women wore both their mortar-
boards and gowns for the annual
The entire outfits may be rent-
ed at Moe's Sport Shop for $4.75
rental fee plus $3 deposit. Those
who wish to keep their caps and
gowns until commencement, may
do so, and women 'who wish to
wear them for senior night alone
will receive $5 refund. i
Both the caps and gowns have
traditionally been worn for the
senior night affair, which will
feature a "Rosebowl to Rosebowl"
theme this year.
Dinner conversation, as well as
the decorations and favors, will
carry out the theme of the event
which will begin with the annual
dinner to be held in the ballroom.
Following the dinner festivities,
scenes from the Soph Cabaret and
JGP of the class of '51 will be pre-
sented. These views of the past
four years will then be followed
by the traditional march across
the stage of the ballroom.
At this time, married women
will carry candles, engaged ones
suck lemons and seniors who are
pinned will sport straight pins on
their gowns.
Those women who have remain-
ed unattached in the matrimonial
sweepstakes will toss a penny for

each birthday in the wishing well
to be erected on the stage.
The evening will be climaxed by
the first presentation of JGP
which will be held in the Lydia
Mendels ohn Theatre. This will
provide the seniors with an op-
portunity to view the class of '52's
production "It's the Payoff."
Tickets for the entire evening's
entertainment will be $1.50, which
includes the'ticket to JGP.
One representative from each
residence is to collect the ticket
money and turn it in at the Lea-
gue Undergraduate Office in re-
turn for the tickets.
The money may be turned in
from 1 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and
from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5
p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. On
Thursday the tickets will be ex-
changed from 9 a.m. to noon and
from 1 to 4 p.m.
The central committee has de-
vised this plan of having one re-
presentative handle the tickets for
each individual house to enable
women from each residence to sit
in block groups in the theatre.
Frosh To Hold
Mass Meeting
Freshmen women will begin
working on their annual Frosh
Weekend at the mass meeting to
be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom.
Members of both the Maize and
Blue teams will attend the meet-
ing to sign up for committees to
work on this year's project which
will be presented Friday and Sat-
urday, April 27 and 28.
Following an introduction of
the committee chairman of each
team, the functions of each com-
mittee will be explained. Their
team members may sign up for
the committees of their choice.
Those who are not certain of
their team membership may check
with the League Undergraduate
Office prior to the meeting.
Blue Team Tryouts
Members of the Blue team of
Frosh Weekend will tryout for
parts in the floorshow from 3
to 5p.m. and from 7 to 10 p.m.
Tuesday in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League.

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Women To Don Caps Gowns
At Traditional 'Senior Supper'

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Town and Country Club-Mem-
bers will take a bike hike. Blue
jeans will be in vogue and mem-
bers may come with or without
dates. Virginia Reese asks that
all come with bikes and fifty cents
to over the cost of the roast. In
case of rain the meeting will be
held at the WAB where such ac-
tivities as bowling, dancing, ping-
pong and bridge will be available.
Camp Counselors' Club - The
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Barbour Gym will be devoted to
information on filling out appli-
cations, inventories, camper re-
ports, etc., from both the coun-
selor's and the director's point of
view. Plans for the next meeting, a
supper meeting on April 3, will
be discussed. All interested coeds
are welcome to attend and join the
spring program.
* * *
Women's Physical Education
Club-Members will meet at 7
p.m. today at the WAB. Dennis
Rigan of the Physical Education
Department for Men will speak
on Rehabilitation in Physical Ed-

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BARBARA ELLICOTT, affiliated with Alpha Xi Delta, models this
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