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TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FJV

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Junior

Coeds

Will

Present

Premiere

of

Annual

Play

Production

'Vanity Flair
JGP Tickets
Now on Sale
Like Mother, like daughter-
junior women will follow in their
mothers' footsteps when they take
part in the "Vanity Flair" produc-
tion slated for 8 p.m. Friday and
2 and 8 p.m. Saturday at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater in the
League.
Sue Shafter, director of the 1953
Junior Girls' Play, heard about
JGP from her mother long before
she entered the University. Mrs.
Royce Shafter had the lead in the
1923 production, "Jane Climbs a
Mountain."
Also in the 1923 show was Sue
Spurrier's mother, Mrs. Bert Spur-
rier. Miss Spurrier, who learned
JGP techniques fom her mother,
used this knowledge to win one of
the leading roles in "Vanity Flair."
The 1923 show marked the first
campus production ofdthe junior
show which. permitted males to
see the play. Previously JGP had
been perfofned before an all coed
audience.
Mary Ann Harrigan, Ann Chris-
tenson and Barbara Palmer are
also daughters of women who took
part in JGP while they were stu-
dents at the University.
Proceeds from this year's JGP
extravaganza will be used to dec-
orate the new Barbara Little Room F1
Tickets for'"Vanity Flair" are 90
cents for the evening perform-
ances on Friday and Saturday and
75 cents for the Saturday matinee.
The tickets are now available
from 2 to 5 p.m. every day this
week at the Lydia Mendelssohn
box office in the League.
An all senior audience will view ce
the premiere of "Vanity Flair" on ba
Thursday as part of the Senior Mf
Night festivities.
Tickets. for Senior Night arem
$1.75 and. may be purchased today
and tomorrow in the Undergrad- sc
uateOffice of the League.

' To Run Three Days

--Daily-Betsy Smith
REMINISCING-Sue Shafter and Ann Christenson are looking
at a scrapbook of the 1923 JGP production to see how their moth-
ers looked as they appeared in "Jane Climbs a Mountain." The
1953 JGP, "Vanity Flair," will play at 8 p.m. on Friday and 2
and 8 p.m. on Saturday in Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. Tickets
are 90 cents for the evening shows and 75 cents for the Saturday
matinee.

IGURE

PROBLEMS:

Groups Plan
Discussions,
OtherEvents
Religious Associations
To Sponsor Activities
For Varied Interests
Outing .
Discussion of problems will oc-
cupy students attending the Inter-
cultural Outing, sponsored by the
Student Religious Association,
which will be held Saturday and
Sunday at Saline Valley Farm.
All students are invited to at-
tend the outing, with international
students receiving a special invi-
tation from the central committee
to participate.
Students from the Latin
American countries will act as
hosts for the weekend and will
serve as discussion leaders.
These men and women will also
cook one meal during the weekend,
using food and recipes of their
native countries.
Other meals will be prepared by
members of the group, all work
being on a co-operative basis.
All Catholic students attending
the outing will be transported to
Saline for Sunday morning mass.
The group will leave Lane Hall
at 2 p.m. Saturday. Transporta-
tion will be provided.
. Fee for the weekend, covering
transportation, lodging and meals,
will be $3. Reservations for the
outing, which should be made by
tomorrow, can be made by calling
3-1511, ext. 2851.
* * *
Conference..
International students on cam-
pus are invited to attend one of
the two conferences to be held by
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow-
ship during spring vacation at
Washington, D. C., and Chicago.
The Washington conference will
begin Thursday, April 2, and con-
clude on Monday, April 6. The
cost of this conference will be $3
a day for room and board, and res-
ervations must be in immediately
since accommodations are limited.
Easter weekend will also be
the date of a conference to be
held at Chicago. This conference
will begin on Thursday, April 2,
and will end the following Tues-
day or Wednesday.
Prices of this confer'ence are
also $3 per day, with a little addi-
tional cost at each conference for
bus tours of the cities.
In addition to tours in the cities
and nearby points of interest,
there will be informal evening
gatherings with singing, pictures,
and discussions concerning the
meaning of Christianity.
The deadline for registration is
Thursday. Additional information
regarding the conferences and de-
tails of registration may be ob-
tained from Robert Hall in Fletch-
er Hall.

Preparations To Begin

For

'Wolverun Derby'

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-Daily-Malcolm Shatz
PETITIONING-Petitions for Assembly Board and all Sophomore
positions are due at 5 p.m. Monday in the Undergraduate Office
of the League. All independent coeds, regardless of the class they
will be in next year, may petition for Assembly, and all freshmen
are eligible to petition for sophomore positions.
Meeting of Voters' Group
Set for Tonight at League

Deadline for entries in the sec-
ond "Wolverun Derby" has been
extended until Friday.
Entry forms are now available
in the office of the Interfraternity
Council in the Union or from 3
to 5 p.m. daily in Rm. 3D of the
Union.
The soap box derby will be held
on Friday, March 27, as r art of
the new Spring Weekend project,
sponsored by the Union and the
Women's Athletic Association.
Special events co-chairmen Eliz-
abeth Maire and Fritz Glover
have asked all students interested
in working on derby committees
to attend a tryout meeting at 5
p.m. today in Rm. 3D of the Union.
Students are needed to set up
judging stands and starting ramps,
to take charge of the starting and
finish lines and to work on tro-
phies and their presentation.
Any person not able to attend
the meeting may sign up for work
on the committees by calling Fritz
Glover, 3-4707.
Any student or group of stu-
dents may sponsor a soap box ra-
cer, although eacli c#r must beI
driven by a scholastically eligible
male student.
A group may enter as many cars
as it wishes, with a $2 entry fee
being charged for each racer.
Women's groups wishing to take
part in the event have been urged
by the central committee to con-
tact a men's group of their choice
to participate with them.
The race, which will take place

(.)

on E. Washington St., behind
Health Service, will be held on
Saturday, March 28, if weather
conditions do not permit competi-
tion on Friday.
Cars reaching the finish line in
the fastest time will be awarded
prizes and trophies.
The best lroking racer, judged
on the basis of workmanship, or-
iginality and make of the car, will
also be given an award.
To promote originality in cos-
tume for the race, a prize will
be awarded to the best-dressed
driver.
All cars entered in the race must
not exceed 108 inches in length,
with the maximum width set at
48 inches.
Wheels must be 12 inches in
diameter, and the wheel tread not
less than 30 or more than 40 inches
in length. The wheel base must
measure at least 40 inches.
Are ou?
Graduates from 321 American collsqe.
and universities have spent their honey-
moon at America's unique haven esclo-
sively for newlyweds, and found the
perfect start for married life. Beautiful
cottages in complete seclusion... won.
derful meals ..*. leisurely atmospher.
and the company of gay young people
with similar tastes and backgrounds.
Mention dates and we'll send our help.
ful THREE HONEYMOON PLANS.
FARM ON THE HILL
Swiftwater, Penn.

Program To Offer Coeds
Posture, Weight Remedies

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Easter bonnet!
a gift of WALLACE
STERLING SILVER
&e all sir "Third Dimension Beauty"
patterns!S
Exquisite Wallace Sterling holloware!
We have it in stock-on display!
Choose it for her for Easter!
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One war that can be waged suc-
ssfully by Michigan coeds is the
ttle of pounds, according to Dr.
[argaret Bell, head of the wo-
en's physical education depart-
ent.
In contrast to the many beauty
hools throughout the country,
ere is no charge for the "com-
t weapons" supplied by the Phy-
cal Education Department.
Dr. Bell believes that over 75
rcent of the "curriculum" of
ese commercial schools centers
ound weight and posture prob-
ms and says that students will
,t results using facilities here.
Once again this semester spec-
ial clinics will be held at Bar-

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bour Gym to plan the proper
strategy for a major offensive.
Any graduate or undergraduate
student in the University is eligible
to take part in the program.
The limited number of students
who have taken advantage of this
service in the past were pleased at
the success of the campaign.
In these clinics, coeds are given
individual attention by members
of the Physical Education De-
partment.
Whether the problem is to gain
or lose weight, exercises are de-
signed to meet the needs of the
particular individual.
One advantage of the Univer-
sity's set-up is that students may
attend by appointment at times
that fit into their schedule.
As part of the regular Physical
Education program a course in
posture, figure and carriage di-
rected primarily at the freshman
begins with pictures taken of the
individuals in the class to reveal
posture flaws.
Other periods of the class deal
with relaxation, poise, andi figure
problems.
Students conscious of the enemy
(More footsteps are placed on the
scale than on any other spot in
Barbour Gym.) are urged by mem-
bers of the Physical Education de-
partment to get into the fight.

"Measures To Contribute to
World Society" will be the topic of
discussion- at the meeting of the
campus League of Women Voters
from 7:30 to 9 p.m. tonight in the
League.
Any University women interest-
ed in learning about current af-
fairs and politics on a non-parti-
san level are eligible for member-
ship in the group, and everyone is
invited to attend the meetings.
Since the campus League is
closely affiliated with the Ann
Arbor League, members may at-
tend committee meetings of the
local organization and bring back
material collected for discussion at
the monthly campus meetings.
Committees of the local group
which does research on various
projects include the following: in-
ternational relations, national af-
fairs, individual liberties, taxa-
tion and local affairs.
In the future the campus group

plans to have panel discussions and
lectures by University and local
personalities.
Officers of the campus League
wish to stress that a woman does
not have to be 21 to belong to the
group. They also feel that mem-
bership is valuable for women who
wish preparation for community
work at the local level.
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REPAIRING
Prompt Service
Quality Workmanship
Fully Guaranteed
QHALLER'S 0
Jewelers - 717 N. Univ.
Near the Auditorium V
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IT WASHES AND WEARS
LIKE MAGIC!
Tops for your ,
skirts or jeans
it's only $2.25
of fine quality gingham,
checks, stripes and plaids.
Sizes 32-38.

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SCROLL-There wily be a din-
ner meeting of Scroll at 5:30 p.m.
tonight in the Conference Room
of the League.
* * s
FROSH WEEKEND-There will
be a meeting of the stunt group of
the Blue Team publicity commit-
tee at 7 p.m. today in the League.
The room will be posted. All in-
terested women are urgently need-
ed to help on this committee.
* * *
DANCE CLASSES-An invita-
tion is being extended by the Lea-
gue dance class committee to sev-
eral women's residences to attend
the singles dance classes at 7:15
p.m. tonight and tomorrow in the
League.
Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma,
Delta ,Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta, Kap-
pa Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi
and Sigma Delta Tau sororities are
invited to send five women each to
the dance classes.
Included in the women's resi-
dence halls areHenderson House,
Jordan, Martha Cook, Mosher,
Stockwell and Victor Vaughan.

Let's wear our
Emerald Green to the
PRETZEL BELL

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To

Long sleeve white cot-
ton convertible shirts,
too, special at $2.25.

day

even the beer will

be the

Color of Emerald Isle.

l For your blouses
and skirts shop
The Sports Hav-

Just off South U
on Forest . .
Parking in Rear

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GRAND COLONIAL
ROMANCE OF THE SEA '

For the Sharpest Greeting Cards
In Town
BUY PANDA
at
State St. at North University

ok

BALFOUR'S presents
their Easter Showing
CARDS, GIFTS, and
u NOVELTIES
_. ENFANTS' and CHILDREN'S CROSS NECKLACES
ADULT CROSS NECKLACES
BUNNIES, DOLLS, DOGS, DUCKS
and a complete assortment of Easter Stuffed Animals
EASTER GREETINGS by Fravessi-Lamont Q
-v Creste8 and Costume Jewelry Items
Diamond Rings, Fraternal Rings, and Pins
u OUR SELECTION IS COMPLETE-WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
1321 -South University Avenue - Phone 3-1733
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house.

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SIR CHRISTOPHER
EIBLER'S

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Fountain Pens
Greeting Cards
Stationery
Office Supplies
Typewriters
W/C Tape &
Wire Recorders
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Steel Desks,
Chairs, Files

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METZGER'S (4taunant
203 E. Washington - Phone 8987
Open 4 PM. till midnight - except Sunday

JEWELERS

MORRILL'S
314 S. State

Featuring

Phone
7177

GERMAN STYLE MEALS
IMPORlTED and DOMESTIC BEERS and WINES

308 South State St.

OPEN SATURDAYS
UNTIL 5 P.M.

LRPRINTING
KING SIZE SERVICE
Card to a Catalog by
Push Button
LOWER PRICES
Downtown - 307 N. Main
Ad'f

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BUN]\TDLE.
4 LBS 5 C
minimum
12c each additional pound
All your clothing laundered,
FLUFF DRIED and NEATLY FOLDED
LOW EXTRA CHARGE
for finishing these articles

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SHIRTS, additional..................
(Full dress shirts and silk or wool sport
shirts slightly higher)
HANDKERCHIEFS...................

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Model Airplanes
Model Railroads
Old Time Cars
Model Ships

Riley's Capitol Market

Open every evening until 1 :00
Sunday until Midnight 1

Just Phone 23-123
Varsity Laundry will

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