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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Junior Girls' Play
OpensNext Week
Coeds To Present Musical 'Heavenly Days;'
Senior Night To Mark First Performance

"Heavenly Days," the 1952 Jun-
ior Girls' Play production will be
presented to Senior women at Sen-
ior Night on Thursday, March 20,
and will be presented to the rest
of the campus on Friday and Sat-
urday; Marchs21 and 22.
The play, a musical comedy en-
tirely written, produced, directed
and composed of women in the
junior class will give its first all-
campus performance at 8 p.m. Fri-
day, March 21. Other performanc-
es will be a matinee at 2 p.m. and
an evening show at 8 p.m. on Sat-
urday, March 22.
ALL IN ALL there are about 100
junior women with acting, danc-
ing, or singing parts in JGP.
The acting cast is composed
in part of Sue Adams, Meri Lou
Anselmi, Ethel Atlas, Laura At-
well, Sue Boll, Helen Brogan,
Evie Brooks and Marlin Carder.
Acting parts are also held by
Bail Cook, Barbara Cremers,
Marge Criola, Nancy Dorsey, Jan
DuJardin, Betty Ellis, Marlene
Fisher, Pat Flowers, Joan Hegener,
Marilyn Hey, Anita Hoert, Magee
Hult, Phyllis Kaufman and Caro-
lyn Krigbaum.
Others acting in JGP are Mary
Levy, Ann Lewis, Peg Logan, Julie
Lowe, Ardythe Marquardt, Mary
Marsh, Jeanne Marshall, Jean
Senior Night
The school colors for Senior
Night ribbons are: Literary,
black; Education, light blue;
Music, pink; Nursing, apricot;
Library Science, lemon yellow;
Pharmacy, olive; Architecture,
coffee brown; Business Ad.,
grey; Dentistry, lilac; Medical
Tech., gold; Engineering,
orange. A sample of the badge
may be found on a poster in
the League.
Martin, Jean Purvis, Sue Ralston,
Jody Sloane, Sally Traverse, Jean
Waidley, Carolyn Westman, Bob-
bie Wildman, Fran Windam and
Joyce Woolfenden.
THOSE IN the dancing cast are
Joan Alan, Marg Atkins, Jan Ay-
ers, Lorna Becker, Bev Brown,
Marion Charles, Judy Clancy,
Mary Leila Curtice, Judy L. Da-
view, Nancy Fitch, Joan Freid,
Jan Gast, Malverne Gleiber and
Ginny Granse.
Others in the dance cast are
Joan Heiderer, Gloria James,
Maryanna Larson, Evelyn Mala-
wista, Mary McLean, Alice Men-
cher, Dee Dee Miller, Nancy Nel-

son, Barb Platte, Joan Pruit,
Carolyn Rourke, Winnie Sadler,
Jeanette Scoville, Mary Ann Su-
ino, Clarisse Weinstein and Jean
White.
Members of the singing 'cast are
JeanAllen, Liz Baldwin, Jackie
Bergery, Lusetta Bush, Betty,
Comstock, Nancy Fandrem, Laur-
ie Glazer, Robin Glover, Rae Gold-
berg, Lucy Grawberg, Shirley
Griggs, Marg Grein, Nancy Kar-
nischky, Connie Kay, Jane Kolb
and Jeanette Levy.
Others in the singing cast are
Nancy Lewis, Carol Lofgren, Pat
McDonald, Mary Jane Mills, Louise
Morgan, Nancy Regester, Toby
Reginstreik, Susan Roos, Alice Ann
Ryan, Sandra Sipkin, Jo Anne
Wellman, Jean White, Margie Wil-
liams, Nancy Upjohn and Mary
Ann Zadasko.
Tickets will go on sale Monday
at the Lydia Mendelssohn box of-
fice.
Delegates Attend
Two Conventions
Of Athletic Groups
Two conventions to which the
Physical Education department is
sending delegates have been
scheduled during March.
The first of these conventions
will be held om March 14-16 at
McCormick's Creek, Ind., where
the Midwest Association of Col-
lege Teachers of Physical Educa-
tion for Women will conduct a
workshop.
Delegates from the physical ed-
ucation staff will be Dr. Etta
Walters, Fritzie Gareis, Ruth Har-
ris, Helen Stewart, Joan Farrell,
Patsy Prowse and Elizabeth Lud-
wig.
The Midwest Association for
Health, Physical Education and
Recreation will meet March 17-19
at Cincinnati, Ohio.
Attending the convention will
be Dr. Etta Walters, who will readj
a paper at the research section;
Betty Pease, will report on a study
at the dance section; Pearl Berlin,
and Fritzie Gareis who will dem-
onstrate a new method of basket-
ball officiating.
Ruth Harris, chairman of the
National Officials Rating Commit-
tee meeting; and Elizabeth Lud-
wig, discussion leader for Nation-
al Section of Women's Athletics
demonstration will also attend.

Spike Jones
Will Feature
Amateur Hour
Musical mayhem will resound in
Hill Auditorium at 8 p.m. Mon-
day when Spike Jones and his new
Musical Depreciation Revue ar-
rive on the stage.
New lighting effects, floral dis-
plays, specialty numbers and a
surprise finale are a few of the
new features of Spike's show.
The Amateur Hour to end all
amateur hours will also be in-
cluded in the revue. Spike calls his
version "The Unoriginal Amateur
Hour" and claims that the con-
testants are like none audiences
have ever seen before.
As proof of the maddening at-
mosphere that surrounds Spike's
music, he likes to cite examples of
guest stars that have risked their
sanity by performing with him.
Spike claims that stars such as
Gene Kelly, Dorothy Lamour,
Tony Martin, Richard Widmark
and Kirk Douglas are still paying
bills to their psychiatrists after
appearing with the City Slickers.
Dorothy Lamour, making a
guest appearance with Jones was
so convulsed with laughter that
she could scarcely sing her num-
ber.
It seems that Spike had prom-
ised her "Tales of the South Paci-
fic," but produced "Takes of South
Pasadena" instead. The City
Slickers tried to produce the right
atmosphere by decking themselves
out in sarongs with belts tied on
in back.
Tickets for the Musical Depre-
ciation Revue are on sale now at
the Hill Auditorium Box Office.
Prices are $1.80, $1.50 and $1.20.
Assembly Line
There will be a meeting of
the Assembly newspaper staff
at 4 p.m. today in Room A2 of
the League. Donna Hendleman,
editor, urges all members to at-
tend.

-Daily-Malcolm Shatz
RIBBON WISE-Jan Kilian and Audrey Grendahl see how their
ribbons will look for Senior Night. The ribbons are to be one by
five inches, topped by a circular piece of cardboad two and one-
half inches in diameter on which the senior's name is written.
Petitions for Junior Positions
To Be Due Friday at League
.

SENIOR BALL:
Dance Decorations To Depict
Nursery Rhyme Characters

I track drinkers under 21
Be he a student or be he not
He won't escape my ghastly
plot."
Couples attending the '52 Senior
Ball, "Once Upon a Time,' on
Saturday will hear these words
echoed as they pass under the
huge legs of the Giant and "climb
up" Jack's Beanstalk to the Union
Ballroom.
The Giant's warning will also
hold true when members of the
graduating class gather together
for a "pre-party" at a local tavern
Friday evening. The party and
Senior Ball will complete a full
weekend of activities for the class
of '52.
THE DANCE is open to the
entire campus although it is given
annually in honor of the senior
class.
Semi-formal attire has been
suggested by the ball committee.
*Men may wear suits and women
can choose between "dressy"
dresses, cocktail attire or for-
mals.
Couples who plan to attend the
dance are urged to practice
Charleston steps as a dancing con-
test will take place during the
intermission. A local jewelry store
will contribute a trophy which will
be awarded to the winning couple.
A SPECIALTY ACT from this
year's Union Opera will also be in-
cluded in the entertainment.
A Mother Goose setting will
decorate the walls of ,the ball-
room. Characters from modern-
ized nursery rhymes will bear
close resemblance to well-known
campus personalities and tradi-
tions.

"Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary"
will view'the dancing couples from
her dormitory room. To the ques-
tion, "Why aren't youh wth a
beau?" Mary will answer, "For
thinking rules were made for fools,
Debbie threw me on social pro."
Jack and Jill will climb up Beer
Mountain at the dance, and Little
Boy Blue will appear in football
garb. '01 King Cole will call for
his pipe and bowl, but will be
asked for three pieces of good ID
before taking part in the festivi-
ties.
Don Bari and his orchestra
will play from beneath Humpty
Dumpty's well-known wall.
Mari is a popular bandleader in
Detroit and has also appeared at
several campus events this year.
In keeping with campus dance
custom, coeds are requested not to
wear corsages for the occasion.
Tickets priced at $2.50 a couple
are on sale from 1 to 5 p.m. every
day in the Administration Build-
ing.
Modern Dance
Deadline for the purchase of
tickets to the modern dance
master lesson to be given by
Jose Limon is set at noon today.
Tickets may be obtained in the
main office of Barbour Gym.

AIM Reopens
'LittleClub'
All students will again have a
chance to enjoy an evening in a
nightclub atmosphere as the "Lit-
tle Club" reopens for the semester
from 8:30 p.m .to midnight Friday
in the Michigan Room of the Lea-
gue.
Sponsored by the Association of
Independent Men, the club is pat-
terned after many of the nation's
most popular nightspots with tab-
les topped with whiskey bottle
candle holderstsurrounding the
dance floor.
Bob Leopold's combo will furn-
ish music for dancing and will al-
so be featured playing novelty
numbers during the intermission.
A refreshment "bar" operated
by members of AIM will furnish
cokes and potato chips for hun-
gry or thirsty dancers.
Admission will be $1 per couple
until 10:30 p.m. when the price
will be lowered to 74 cents for
latecomers.

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Military Ball
Pictures
on display
[Last Time Today
10-4
in Administration Building

Petitions for League junior po-
sitions will be due at 5 p.m. Fri-
day, March 21 in the League Un-
dergraduate Office.
Posts to be filled include three
positions on the Interviewing and
Nominating Committee, t h r e e
members of the Judiciary Council,
four captains for the League
dance classes and five assistants
for the Merit-Tutorial Committee.
Four positions are available on
the Personnel and Social Com-
mittees, while five juniors will be
appointed to fill posts on the Pub-
lic Relations Committee. Two as-
sistants will also be appointed for
special events of the Social Com-
mittee.
t

In addition, all central commit-'
tee positions for the annual Junior
Girl's Play will be available.
Any eligible sophomore woman
may apply. Petitions are available
in the League UndergraduateOf-
fice and mayb~e of any length.
Representatives of the Inter-
viewing and Nominating Commit-
tee will be present in the Under-
graduate Office daily to answer
any questions and to help students
with petitions.
Additional information may be
obtained from the Presidents' Re-
ports in the League or from the
League Lowdown.

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