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March 22, 1951 - Image 5

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Girls Play;




Annual JGP To Be Previewed
At Traditional 'Senior Supper'

* * , '

'It's the Payoff' To Be Presented
Graduating Women View First



At 8 p.m. tonight many a junior
coed will be holding her breath in
anticipation and suspense when
the curain rises on "It's The Pay-
off," the 1951 version of the Junior
Girls' Play.
Clad in their caps and gowns for
League Posts
Petitions Due
For Freshmen
Freshmen women take notice-
petitions for sophomore positions
will be due Friday, March 30 at
the League Undergraduate Office.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Undergraduate Office as well as
from the activities chairmen in
the dormitories and league houses.
To answer any- questions pros-
pective petitioners may have, the
Interviewing a n d Nominating
Committee will hold office hours
from 3 to 5 p.m. on March 26 to
30 in the Undergraduate Office.
The activities chairmen in the
dormitories and sorority houses
have detailed information avail-
able on the various positions that
are open as well as hints on how
to fill out a petition.
Among the positions open are
the members of the central com-
mittee for Sophomore Cabaret,
three positions on the Interview-
ing and Nominating Committee,
six sophomore aids on Judiciary
Council and four sophomore cap-
tains on the Dance Class Com-
Soph Cab central committee po-
sitions include the general chair-"
man, secretary, assistant secretary
and both ,a treasurer and assist-
ant treasurer.
The list continues with the
chairman of the decorations com-
mittee and her assistant; chair-
men of the hostess, programs, re-
freshments and special booths
committees; chairman of publi-
city committee and two assistants
as well as chairman and assistant
chairman of the ticket commit-
Also the floorshow committee
has places for the director, assist-
ant director,, chairman of the
dance committee and her two as-
sistants, and chairmen and assist-
ant chairmen for the make-up,
music and costume committees.
Stage manager and assistant
stage manager and chairmen of
the script and ushering commit-1
tees complete the list of positionse
that will be open.t

the first time, the women of the
class of '51 will attend an informal
dinner at the League before view-
ing the play at its initial perform-
AS A PART of the traditional
Senior Night festivities, the coeds
will appraise the play with critical
eyes to decide if "It's The Payoff"
is better than their production,
"The Real McCoy."
The performance of JGP to-
night will climax the work of
many Junior women who have
done their jobs in connection
with the play since last spring.
Members of the Central Com-
mittee will be guests at the pres-
entation tonight. Cathy Sotir and
Mary Moore, general chairman and
assistant, respectively, are op-
timistic about the outcome of the
* * *
"WE WERE very satisfied with
last night's rehearsal," said Miss
Moore. "Mickey Sager and Marge
Hager, her assistant, have done a
wonderful job directing the play,
and we think tonight's perform-
ance will be fine."
Miss Sotir added, "Now we can
only sit and wait!"
Members of the cast, who have
been spending all their spare time
-and some of it was not so spare-
rehearsing every night, expressed
the unanimous opinion, "We'll oe
glad when it's over!"
Patricia Joy, singing and dancing
chairmen, respectively, will view
the .results of their efforts in
teaching and training the junior
women their numbers when they
see "It's The Payoff," and Joan
Streifling, who wrote the script,
wil hear audience reaction to her
Tickets are now on sale from
2 to 5 p.m. in the box office of
the League. All tickets are re-
served, and they are sold at 90
cents for the evening perform-
ances and 74 cents for the Satur-
day afternoon matinee.
The matinee will be shown at
2 p.m. Saturday for students who
are not able to attend the evening
performances. Parents and mem-
bers of the faculty will also be wel-
come at this presentation, as well
as at the evening shows.
The curtain will go up at 8 p.m.
tomorrow night for the first pres-
entation of "It's The Payoff" open
to the public.

-Daily-Roger Reinke
WISHING WELL PARADE-Sucking a lemon, Ruth Parmenter
follows the traditional rule for engaged women while Patricia
McLean tosses pennies into the wishing well during the annual
parade of senior women at "Senior Supper" to be held at 6 p.m.
today in the League Ballroom.
* * *: *
Seniors Review College Days
From 'Rosebowl to Rosebowl'

Women's Activities Planned, Co-ordinatec
-Under Guidance of League Council Members
By SHEILA COHEN contribute their ideas and experi- Among the others are Maxine
Jennie Quirk, as president of ences during their senior year. Pearson,'special projects, Tulane
the Women's League, is also chair- Itkoff, parliamentarian; Deora
man of the League Council. tis th tere will beua Nelson, president of Assembly As-
The Council which meets once chairman of the Board of Re sociation; Jane Topper, president
a week, is not only the governing of Panhellenic Association; and
body of the League, but it is also f r te was aBarbara Jans, women's editor of
the supervising and co-ordinating The DAILY.
board. Every woman student on "We want to make the League Jane Buell, president of the W6-
campus is a member of the a second home to every woman men's Glee Club; Kitty Clark,
League. student on campus", said Miss chairman of the Assembly League
* * * Qik House division; and Nancy Hol-
THE COUNCIL, composed of the * * * man, chairman of theaBoard of
executive board, the administra- THE MEMBERS of the League Representatives, conclude the list.
tive committees' chairmen, and Council are: Jennie Quirk, presi-
chairmen of associated organiza- dent; Lydia Wilhelm, vice-presi- __-
tions. dent; Virginia Bauer, secretary;
This year the Council devel- ite, gchairmasurer; B aryrThe fashion "Who's Who" pref
oped and put into practice many Council; Patricia Breon, chairman Archer for exquisite sheerness,
of its ideas to aid students, men of Interviewing Committee.
as well as women. less fit and quality that is mor
Others are Patricia Patsloff,
One of the first projects that chairman of the Candy Booth than beauty-deep. Always chc
teygucarredout was revising the Committee; Alice Coburn, dance Archer and keep in step with
Leaue owowninordr o mkeclasses; Nancy Born and Phyllis "Aeia' et-redWm
it largersmore attractive and easy Kaufman, Co-chairmen of 1950"America's Best-Dressed Wome
to understand. Frosh Weekend committee;
Another idea that the Council Janet Netzer and Janet Gold-
nothertdewas that he Cocly stick, co-chairmen of 1951 Frosh
originated was to have faculty Weekend; and Catherine Sotir,
participation in Gulantics, annual chairman of Junior Girls' Play.
campus variety show. I
During the summer Council The list continues with Marian
members developed the League Larson, chairman of Merit-Tutor-
Travel Bureau. ial committee; Joan Broomfield, C
The Defense Council is another orientation; Yvonne Johnson, per-
TeD escouncil isDanersonnel; Ileana Lindh, public rela- Ny yon s
current project. This Defense tions; Myra Hahn, social commit-
Council will operate in conjunc- tee; and Nancy Eichenlaub, chair
tion with the Red Cross. There man of Sophomore Cabaret
will be an entertainment commit-maofSpmreCbet
tee which will send volunteer stu-
dent entertainment to nearby vet- Read and Use SMARTEST HO
eran hospitals.
* * * Dail Classifieds Ea
ALSO UNDER t h e Defense_ _ _ _ _ _
Council will be home nursing
classes, first aid classes, motor
services, and a. committee for
blood donations for military use
The new idea for opening
League dance classes to couples
was another project of the
In striving for more co-opera-
tion with the Union, the Union-
League mid-week entertainment
program was started and will con-
tinue throughout the semester.
* * *
FOR THE FIRST time the
Council is sending junior, instead
of senior, women as representa-
tives to conventions. This is being
done so that the women who at-
tend the various conventions can

Caps and gowns will be sported
by senior women for the first time
at the annual "Senior Supper" to
be held at 6 p.m. today in the
League Ballroom.
Based on a "Rosebowl to Rose-
bowl" theme, this year's dinner
will be followed by entertainment
featuring scenes from the class of
51's Soph Cabaret, "Don't Myth
It," and JGP, "The Real McCoy."
* * *
AN ADDITIONAL s ur pr is e
package of entertainment will be
presented by Dean Deborah Ba-
con, Miss Marie Hartwig and Miss
Ethel MacCormick.
Following the program of
skits, the senior women will
then parade across the stage of
the ballroom with married wo-
men carrying candles and en-
gaged ones sucking lemons.
Those seniors who are pinned
will sport straight pins on their
gowns, while the ones who have
remained unattached in the ma-
trimonial sweepstakes will toss a
penny for each birthday into the
wishing well to be erected on th
and favors which will follow the
theme of the dinner, the senior
women will then march through
the League to Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre for the first presentation
of this year's JGP, "It's the Pay-
Patronesses for the annual
senior event are Dean Deborah
Bacon, Associate Dean Sarah
L. Healy, Assistant Dean Elsie
R. Fuller and Miss Marie D.
The list continues with Dr. Mar-

THE (4entia/
is NOW available to

garet E. Bell, Miss Ethel MacCor-
mick, Miss Patricia J. Reed, Miss
Gale Huntington and Miss Rhoda
F. Reddig.
Mrs. Alice J. Russell, Regent
Vera B. Baits, Dr. Laurie E.
Campbell, Mrs. Walter B. Rea and
Mrs. Edith M. Wheeler conclude
the list.
The wedding of Louise Jacob-
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Jacobson of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
to Samuel Adelman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold 'Adelman of Dor-
chester, Mass., was held Feb. 11
in Ann Arbor. 6
Both Miss Jacobson and Mr,
Adelman are juniors in the lit-
erary school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Moore of
Canton, Ohio, have announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Louise, to John F. Grayson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William F.
Grzybowski of Bay City.
Miss Moore is affiliated with
Alpha Lambda Delta and Alpha
Omicron Pi. She is a senior in
the literary school.
A member of the Delta Chi
fraternity, Mr. Grayson is also
a senior in the literary school.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Jones
of Bath, New York announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Patricia Elaine Thayer, to Don-
ald William McMillan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald P. McMillan of
Flint, Michigan.
Miss Thayer is a junior in lit-
erary college and is majoring in
zoology. She is a pledge of Delta
Zeta sorority.
Mr. McMillan, a graduate of
the University literary college, is
a junior in the School of Medi-
cine. He is affiliated with the
Phi Rho Sigma fraternity.
Wedding .plans are indefinite.
Announcement has been made
by Dr. and Mrs. Carl F. List, of
Grand Rapids, of the engagement
of their daughter, Susanne, to
Frank Friedlaender, son' of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Friedlaender of
Miss List, a member of Sigma
Delta Tau sorority, is a senior in
education school.
Mr. Friedlaender, a graduate of
the University, is working on a
master's degree in mechanical en-
gineering at the University of
Southern California. He is affil-
iated with Alpha Phi Omega.
The couple will be married June
17 in Grand Rapids.

IFC Changes
Rules for Ball
IFC Ball Committee has an-
nounced changes in the regula-
tions for booths at the IFC dance.
Because of the limited space in
the IM Building, it has been de-
cided that this year two frater-
nities will share each booth. There
may, however, .be a few single
There will be no competitive
building this year. Instead the
booths will be built by an IFC
committee, and a fee of ten dol-
lars will be charged to each house
having a booth.
Letters and applications con-
cerning the booths for the dance
have been sent to all fraternities
by the committee.

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