FEBRUARY 13, 1952
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Take Place
Parts To Be Revealed,
For Sunday in League
Final tryouts for JGP will be
held from 3 to 5 p.m. today and
tomorrow at the League.
Anyone who has not*tried out
for the pay during the first set
of tryouts is also eligible to come
to the tryouts in the League from
3 to 5 p.m. today and tomorrow.
THE FINAL cast will be listed
in the Daily on Saturday but
Nancy Baron, director, emphasizes
that coeds not listed aren't neces-
sarily eliminated from the cast.
The final tryouts are just to
place certain people in certain
parts. The first cast rehearsal
will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday
in the League.
Women who are requested to
attend final tryouts are Mary Lou
Anwelmi, Ethel Atlas, Laura At-
well, Helen Brogren, Betty Brown,
Barbara Bushman, Carolyn Call
and Margie Criola.
* * *
ALSO INCLUDED on the list
are Judy Davies, Jeanette Dujar-
din, Betty Ellis, Debbie Ewing,
Marlene Fisher, Pat Flowers, Sally
Gnau, Ann Hagan, Joan Hei-
r, derer, Marilyn Hey, Anita Hoert,
Phylis Kaufman and Carolyn
Others listed are Mary Levy,
Ann Lewis, Carol Lofgrin, Peggy
Logan, Mary Marsh, Ardie Mar-
quardt, Jean Martin, Jean Pur-
vis, Sue Ralston, Sally Traverse,
Jean Waidley, Joan Wedge,
Carolyn Westman, B a r b a r a
Wildman, Joyce Woolfindin,
Roslyn Vridrah, June Valhath,
Margaret Hult, Ernie Winston,
and Liz Balwin.
l/We1nd *, E& 6angcementj
Yo o o - o- - - - -
Positions for Frosh Weekend,
Newspaper Editor Now Open
Mortar Board Plans 'Payoff' Dance
Frosh Weekend , . .
Petitions for positions on the
central committee of Frosh Week-
end are due at the League Under-
graduate Office on Monday, Feb-
All freshmen women with an
academic grade point average cf
2.0 are better are eligible to vie
for the positions on both the
Maize and Blue teams.
* * *
COEDS WHO desire help in
writing their petitions may read
the reports written by each com-
mittee chairman in past years in
the president's report in the
League Undergraduate Office.
Also the activities chairmen
in all the women's dormitories
and league houses have blank
petitions as well as helpful hints
and tips about applying for
Interviewing will begin on Mon-
day, February 25 and coeds are
requested to sign up for an inter-~
view when they hand in their,
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POSITIONS OPEN on each of
the two teams include General
chairman, assistant chairman,
decorations chairman and finance
Other members of the central
committee include chairman for
awards and judges, chairman
and assistant chairman for
floorshow, patrons chairman,
chairman, programs chairman
and tickets chairman,
* * *
Kessler - LeClair
Prof. and Mrs. C. F. Kessler of
Ann Arbor have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Susanne, to Keith C. LeClair, son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. LeClair, also
of Ann Arbor.
Miss Kessler is a sophomore in
the School of Education. She is a
member of the Women's Physical
Mr. LeClair, a member of Alpha
Tau Omega .fraternity and Phi
Epscilon Kappa, professional fra-
ternity, is working on his Masters
degree in education.
* * *
Wilson - Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Wilson of
Birmingham, Mich. have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Adelia, to Remsen
Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
J. Henry of Plainfield, N. J/:
A junior in the literary college,
Miss Wilson is affiliated with Pi
Beta Phi sorority.
Mr. Remsen is a senior in the
engineering school. He is a mem-
ber of Theta Xi fraternity.
The couple is planning a late
Assembly . .
Editor's position of the Assemb-
ly paper is now open to every in-
dependent woman. Petitions are
not necessary and women inter-
ested need only to sign up for an
interview at the Undergraduate
Office in the League.
Interviewing will be held from
4 to 6 p.m. on Thursday. There
are no special qualifications for
Will Be Repeated
By League Class
Dance instruction, beginning at
an elementray level and proceed-
ing to advanced steps, will be
offeredagainthrough the League
Men and women will have an
opportunity to learn to rumba,
samba and jitterbug through the
series of eight week sessions. The
classes will meet for one hour a
week in the League ballroom.
Interested coeds may attend the
classes free as hostesses. A mass
meeting for them will be held at
5 p.m., Feb. 26 at the League for
enrollment and to offer a brief
view and outline of the classes.
Because a $4.00 fee is required,
men who plan to attend the ses-
sions may purchase their tickets
from 7 to 9 p.m., Feb. 26 and 27,
on the second floor of the League.
The dance instruction will begin
at 7:15 p.m. on the following
Tuesday and Wednesday, March
4 and 5.
The League dance committee
which sponsors and organizes the
classes is headed by Patricia
E v e l y n Malawista,
Weinstein, Jackie Bergey, Janet
Bosworth, Sally Elles, Ginny
Granse, Mary Ann Suino, Miriam
Broderick, Mary Leila Curtice,
Nancy Dorsey, Shirley Griggs,
Gloria James, Terry Mathesan
and Margie Vose are also request-
ed to attend.
THE LIST continues with Sue
Boll, Bev Brown, Elisabeth Brown,
Janice Clark, Barbara Cuners,
Robin Glover, Margaret Grind,
Jeanne Marshall Judy Palmer,
Gloria Rauchle, Roberta Shaw,
Jody Sloane, Nancy Upjohn and
Mary Ann Zadisko, Nancy'
Register, Marian Charles, Judy
Clancy, Nan Lewis, Julie Lowe
and Joan Pruit complete the list.
Custom Styling to
Freshmen, Transfers Honored
At BigSister Committee Tea
Big Sister Committee of Assem- signs up as a big sister the name
bly Association sponsored an in- and address of a freshman ro
formal tea honoring women fresh- transfer student.
men and transfer students for the
spring semester. During the summer she car-
The purpose of the tea, which ries on a correspondence with
was held for the first time, was to her little sister, answers her
welcome new coeds who didn't questions and acquaints her with
have a chance to become acquaint- the campus customs.
ed with Assembly Association, Ds
campus and dormitory activities During the semester big sisters
during a regular orientation week. help their little sisters get into
* * the swing of things both socially
HOUSE PRESIDENTS and As- and academically.
sembly board members were es-
pecially invited in order to answer Board To Decide
any questions about traditions and
customs as well as social and aca- Senior Night Garb
demic life at the University.
The informality of the tea, it When the ballots are counted at
was expressed by a member of the Board of Representatives to-
Assembly, was hoped to encour- day, senior ;women will know
age big sisters to attend and whether their class has chosen to
bring their little sisters. wear caps and gowns to Senior
The Big Sister Committee itself Night.
was formed three years ago with The reason for the ballots is the
the idea in mind that incoming added expense which having caps
women students should have some and gowns for Senior Night would
idea about campus life before ar- entail. The Central Committee has
riving at the University. suggested an alternative distin-
* * guishing factor such as: Wearing
THE COMMITTEE gives each funny hats, ribbons like ambas-
woman in the residences who sadors wear, belts, and blouses.
All students who are inter-
ested in working on decorations
for Senior Ball, to be held
March 15, may contact Nancy
Ericke at the Pi Beta Phi house.
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