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SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Ticket

Sales

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'Vanity

Flair' Wil

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Senior Night
To Feature
JGP Opening
Tickets will go on sale for the
annual production of the Junior
Girls' Play, "Vanity Flair," from
2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and every
day this week at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater box office in the
League.
Admission to the public per-
formances on Friday and Satur-
day evening will be 90 cents while
75 cents will be charged for the
Saturday matinee.
Curtain time will be 8 p.m. for
the evening shows and 2 p.m. for
the matinee.
Senior women will view the
premiere of the JGP show on
Thursday during the annual
Senior Night Activities.
All senior women who have not
made reservations for Senior
Night and wish to do so may pur-
chase tickets for $1.75 per person
on Tuesday and Wednesday in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League.
The march from the library to
the League will begin at 5:30 p.m.
on Thursday in front of the li-
brary providing the weather is
good.
The women will be accompanied
5 by the "Fiji" marching band on
the march. The Senior Dinner will
begin at 6 p.m. in the League Ball-
room followed by the junior play
at. 8 p.m.
For the first time in over 20
years the entire JGP cast will
go on a road trip to Detroit on
March 25 to present "Vanity
Flair" before an audience at
Rackham Auditorium.
The history of the all junior pro-
duction reveals that JGP was pre-
sented in Detroit every year from
1917 to the early 30s.
Detroiters attended the popular
show every year and some news-
papers in that city claimed that
JGP would rival the annual Mimes
productions of Union Opera.
Early junior plays were viewed
only by women. In 1923 men were
first allowed to attend, but until
1945 the plays were not always
written by junior' coeds but by
other students, alumni and pro-
fessors.
Exchange Dinners
Inter-sorority exchange din-
ners will be held at 6 p.m. to-
morrow. Seventeen sororities
are participating in the plan
where half the women stay at
home and the other half visit
different houses.
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Coeds TQ' Bid For League Jobs;
Freshmen To Attend Open House

Freshmen women may petition
this week for sophomore positions
in the League.
The deadline is 5 p.m. Monday,
March 23 when all petitions are
due in the Undergraduate Office.
MEMBERS of the interviewing
committee will again hold an open
house in the League from 2 to 4
p.m. the Saturday before the dead-
line for all coeds who are interest-
ed in petitioning. Open houses were
also held before senior and junior
petitions were due.
The purpose of the open house
is to provide an opportunity for
coeds to meet the former com-
mittee heads and talk to them.
about their year in office.
This year's Sophomore Cabaret
central committee will be on hand
during the open house to talk in-
formally with coeds interested in
taking over their duties.
FREE COFFEE will be served
to all attending the open house.
Members of the interviewing
committee will be in the League
to hold interviews all this week,
and coeds may drop in between
interviews for advice on how to
petition.

There is a charge for men at-
tending the classes.
* *
ALL POSITIONS on the 1953
Sophomore Cabaret will be filled
next week.
The list includes the following
chairmanships: general and as-
sistantant general chairman,
decorations and assistant chair-
man, hostess chairman, pro-
grams chairman, publicity chair-
man, posters chairman, students
chairman, refreshment chair-
man, and secretary and assistant
secretary.
The list continues with special
booths and assistant chairman,
tickets and assistant chairman,
treasurer and assistant chairman,
ushering chairman and floorshow
and assistant chairman.
Concluding the list are costume
Orientation Leaders
Interviewing for next year's
Orientation Leaders begins to-
morrow in the League. All stu-
dents who were leaders last
year and desire the position
once again are requested to fill
out a blank in the Undergradu-
ate Office.

and assistant chairman, dance and
assistant chairman, make-up and
assistant chairman, music and as-
sistant chairman, script chairman
and stage manager and assistant.
Eligible coeds are urged to pe-
tition for the jobs listed above,
and they are especially invited to
attend the open house to get ideas
for their petitions, said Nancy
Baehre, chairman of the interview-
ing and nominating committee.
H i I lel To Entertain
ForeignStudents
Foreign students will be special
guests of honor from 2:30 to 5 p.m.
today in. the Hillel Building.
'-Although the event, sponsored
by Hillel is especially for men and
women from foreign countries, all
students are invited to attend.
The theme "Brotherhood Week
is every week", will prevail at the
afternoon's program, which is en-
titled "The Dansant" or "Dancing
Tea."
George Petrossian, activities
chairman of the International
Center, will Emcee the program
which will consist of several musi-
cal numbers and a skit.

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SHOW BUSINESS-Red Johnson is playing some tunes from
"No Cover Charge," this year's Mime production for Fred Waring
while Harry Blum, president of the Mime's organization, looks on.
Waring and his Pennsylvanians stayed at the Theta Delta Chi
house for buffet dinner before the concerts last night.
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CONCERT MAESTRO:
Waring Recalls Memr
Of Qther Ann Arbor

or i es Coeds are reminded that blank
petitions are available in the Un-
.tS dergraduate Office, and the past
V is srecords of the positions may be
i found in the League Library in
~ 'the president's reports.
ut Union Op-

Fred Waring recalled old mem-f
ones of his visits to Ann Arbor as
he and his Pennsylvanians had
dinner at the Theta Delta Chi!
house last night before his appear-
ance at Hill Auditorium.
.egarding the Theta Delt house-
as his "home away from home in
Ann Arbor," Waring's first re-,
mark when he entered the house
was "The piano is still in the same
spot."
When Red Johnson, composer
of the scores for 'No Cover
Charge," mentioned the Mimes
and Union Opera, Waring ex-
claimed that the operas each
year are some of the greatest
shows in the country.
Gerald Hoag, manager of a lo-
cal movie theater and the person
responsible for launching Waring

maestro made abot

era on the Hii stage were large-
ly responsible for reviving the
Mime's show after the war.
Waring seemed surprised to hear
about the part he unknowingly
played in bringing Union Opera
back to the University.
Last night's concerts marked
the thirty-first anniversary of
W S nins' ~~ nic T q:"i

WOMEN MAY sig up for an
interview when they hand in their
petitions.
Three sophomore women will
be chosen for the interviewing
and nominating committee. The
purpose of this committee is to
help women enter or continue in
League activities.

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covered" in Ann Arbor back on picked for positions on Women's
March 31, 1922 while playing at Judiciary Council. This council de-
the University J-Hop. votes its time to the encourage-
The Ann Arbor stop of the ment of cooperation in the work of
Waring tour is one of the 58 cities women's student self-government,
in 24 states where the Pennsyl- and has power in cases invloving
vanians are slated to appear. infractions of rules.
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orchestra leader at the Theta Delt west and the south.
house.
Hoag recalled Waring's last
appearance in Ann Arbor in 1947 I
and said that the remarks the

FOUR DANCE class captains
will be chosen from freshmen
women petitioning. The purpose of
the dance classes is to coach wom-
en in the standard as well as the
latest steps. These classes are free
of charge to coeds.
Singlesclasses are offered for
women who attend alone, and
doubles classes for women who
are interested in learning with
their "steadies."

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LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS'
-There will be a meeting of the!
campus League of Women Voters
from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday night
in the League. The topic of dis-
cussion will be "Measures To Con-
tribute to World Society".
S Q MUSICALE-There will be
a Sunday musical from 1:30 to
2:30 p.m. in East Lounge of South
Quadrangle. A viola, piano and
flute trio and a brass ensemble
will be featured.
HILLEL SUPPER-A supper
club will be held from 6 to 7 p.m.?
tonight at the Hillel building. Ad-
mission is 50 cents for members
and 65 cents for non-members.
Following this, there will be a
meeting of the Friends' Group and
the Unitarians with a program
of games, refreshments and danc-
ing. Everyone is invited.
NEWMAN CLUB-The Newman
Club will present a lecture by Dr.
Edmond Botch at 4 p.m. and 7
p.m., today in St. Mary's Chapel.
Dr. Botch will discuss 'Medical and
Ethical Aspects of Marriage' as the
last program in a series of lectures
on marriage. The lecture at 4
p.m. is for women only, while the
one at 7 p.m. will be conducted
for men.I
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vigorous outdoor life. We'll send our
helpful THREE HONEYMOON PLANS
to those who mention dates.
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