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March 21, 1951 - Image 5

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JGP Opening Set for Tomorrow

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Senior Women,
WIll Discover
Plot ofShow
Juniors To Present
Four Performan ces
Of 'It's The Payoff'
Junior women will present the
result of nearly a year's work in
A the form of a three, act play en-
titled "It's The Payoff" at 8 p.m.
tomorrow, Friday and Saturday
at the Lydia Mendelssohn thea-
tre in the League.
The performance given tomor-
row night is exclusively for sen-
ior women as a climax of their
Senior Night festivities.
AFTER -AN informal dinner in
the League, the coeds, clad in
their caps and gowns, will see
JGP for the first time.
Performances will be open to
the public Friday and Saturday
evenings, and there will also be
a Saturday afternoon matinee.
Tickets for all performances
are now on sale at the box office
of the League. Sold from 2 to 5
p.m daily, the tickets are 90 cents
for the evening shows and 741
cents for the matinee.
MEMBERS OF the Central,
Committee of JGP will view their
production in its entirety for the
first time tomorrow night withl
their higher ranking companions,
the seniors.j
Except for those members of
the committee who must be
back stage, the coeds will be out
in front with bated breath and
crossed fingers, hoping that the
play will be able to prove to the
seniors that "It's The Payoff"
is\ the best play ever produced
by the members of the junior
For nearly a year, the coeds'
s have been struggling with the.
problems which inevitably arise:
when a group of amateurs must
produce a play of professional as-
WRITTEN BY Joan Streifling,I
directed by Mickey Sager, and
produced by a majority of the'
feminine portion of the junior
class, "It's The Payoff" promises
excellent entertainment for the!
student body-at least, so say the
members of the Central Commit-
tee who have seen the rehearsals.
Coeds in the cast are finessing ;

Scholarship, Counselors'.Jobs
Available for Graduate Women
Students May Obtain Qualified Coed Offered
Advisors' Applications Alice Lloyd Fellowship
Applications for resident, coun- Graduate women of any -ac-
selorship on the residence house credited college or University, in-
staff for women are now being re- cluding the University of Michi-
ceived at the Office of the Dean gan, may apply for the Alice
of Women. Crocker Lloyd fellowship for grad-
- To qualify for the position one uate studies.
must be a graduate student and Application blanks for the fel-
interested in the counseling pro- lowship, which is worth $750 for
gram of the residence system. the next school year beginning
Counselors are considered mem- September, 1951, may be obtain-
bers of the personnel staff of the ed in the Alumnae Council Of-
Office of the Dean of Women as fice in the League. They are due
well as on the staff of the assign- April 1
ed dormitory. Counseling will be Michigan graduates may use the
done under the immediate super- fellowship for work at any other
vision of the hall director. college or university, but women
General areas of academic, per- from other schools are requested
sonal and vocational guidance will to use it at the University of Mi-
be included among the duties as- chigan.
signed. Remuneration consists of
board and a single room.
Application blanks may be ob-
tained at the Office of the Dean
of Women at which time an ap-
pointment should be made for a
personal interview with Mrs. Sar-
ah Healy, Associate Dean of Wo-


-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
STRAIGHT FACED-For the last time tonight coeds will rehearse "It's The Payoff," 1951 rendi-
tion of JGP Pictured above are several junior women assuming the pose taken for the finale of
one of the amusing dance routines in the play, entitled "The Hat Dance." Left to right, they are Peg

Blackford, Mona Pick, Pat Joy,
both bluebooks and dates for
dress rehearsals which are being
held every night this week.
The final rehearsal will take
place tonight, and Miss Sager,
director, hopes that every line will
be letter perfect, every dance rou-
tine without a flaw, and every
song minus a flat note.
Proper Prints
A good fashion bet is missed if
prints are avoided because one is
afraid of what they will do to a
figure. When in doubt about
prints, choose a medium sized all
over pattern. They're attractive on
any type of figure.

dance chairman, Mary Keegan and Lee Gallagher.

Easter Weekend To Provide
Theme for Little Club' Dance

House Staffs
To Hold Final
The final spring meeting of the
In-Service Training Program In-
stitute for residence directors and
staff will be held from 10 a.m. un-
til noon and 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow
at the League.
A committee consisting of two
resident directors from each type
of housing plan the program
which is sponsored by the Office
of the Dean of Women.
"Manifestations of Increased
Tensions" was the theme chosen
by the committee consisting of
Mrs. Mae Ufer, housemother of
Alpha Delta Pi; Mrs. Martha
Strauss, Betsy Barbour; M r s.
Ralph Shaefer, league house; Miss
Virginia Smith, Palmer House in
Alice Crocker Lloyd Hall; Mrs. R.
W. Hodges, league house; and Mrs.
Mary B. Snow, Kappa Alpha
Thursday's speaker of the day
will be Dean Eunice Hilton, Dean
of the College of Home Economics
and director of the graduate
course in personnel administration
at Syracuse University.
Previous spring institute speak-
ers were Dr. Kathryn Peak, Mr.
Haskell Coplin and Mrs. Kate
Mueller, professor of personnel
and guidance at the University of

Easter and the first weekend ofI
spring will be honored at the
Association i o n of Independent
Men's "Little Club" to be open
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday
in the second floor dining rooml
of the League.
Now entering its fourth week
as a campus nightspot, the club
will provide students with an op-
portunity to dance to such well
known tunes as "Lazy River" and
"Easter Parade."
Coed Caendar]

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To cut or not to cut--
that is the question for
spring! Let us create
the hair-do most becom-
ing to you. 0;
&ae1lr Pau ~op
601 East Liberty
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BOB LEOPOLD and his combo
will provide the musical atmos-
phere for the club sponsored by
AIM to provide students with a
place to dance either throughout
the entire evening or after a
In answer to requests, the
banid will also play rhumbas for
those who prefer to take a try
at the Latin American dances.
The Charleston also comes into
the limelight each week, when
couples "cut a rug" with dances
similar to the ones popular in the
days of the coonskin coat and
bathtub gin.
WHILE TAKING a breather be-
tween dances, couples may watch
the weekly floorshow staged by
the club in the fashion of night-
spots in the "big town."
This week's show will feature
Conwell Carrington doing special-
ty numbers on the piano. Car-
rington placed fourth in the re-
cent Gulantics Review with his
To replenish their energy spent
dancing, couples may also visit
the refreshment stand to be set
up in the club and at which liquid
refreshments, in the way of soft
drinks, will be served.


Senior Supper-Contrary to for-
mer reports ticket sales for Senior
Supper will end at noon today.
* * *
Junior Panhellenic - Members
of Junior Panhellenic who will
meet at 4:30 p.m. today in the
League are requested to bring the
list of women in their houses who
expect to attend the pledge picnic
which will be held April 1.
Board of Representatives -
Board of Representatives will
meet at 4:30 p.m. today in the
League. The room number will
be posted on the bulletin board in
the lobby.
Union Entertainment -- Mem-
bers of the League and Union may
take an evening off from studying
at the Union's mid-week enter-
tainment program to be held from
7:30 to 10 p.m. today at the Union.
Sponsored by the League and
Union, the program will feature
dancing in the Terrace Room, and
cards will be available for bridge
and Canasta games in the small
Square Dance Club - Meetings
of the Folk and Square Dance
Club have been changed perman-
ently from 7:30 p.m. in WAB to
8 to 10 p.m. Wednesday in Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Fashion's Curves
Fashion is expressing itself in
curves this spring. One finds
them in the sleeves that puff vol-
uminously or with discretion. The
silhouette stresses the natural
curves of the figure. The skirts
which bell into hooplike hemlines
are made over taffeta or finished
at the hem with stiffening to give
them a flare.

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Admission for the entire
ning will be $1 per couple,
those coming after 10:30 p.m.
be charged 74 cents.


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Dental School
States Dance
Odonto Ball, annual dental
school dance, will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m., March 30, in the
Union Ballroom.
The diamond jubilee of the
founding of the University School
of Dentistry will provide the
theme for the event.
Evolution of dentistry from ear-
liest times down to the present
will be depicted by drawings in
the outer hall and in the ballroom.
Entertainment will also carry
out the development of dentistry,
as well as the 75th anniversary
Frank Tinker and his orchestra
will set the musical mood for the
Seniors in dental school will be
honored at the dance.



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