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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1954

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Cast of JGP
Will Present
'Tickled Pink'
Matinee Performance
Honoring Sophomores
To Be Given Saturday
Sophomore women will be hon-
ored at a matinee performance of
the 1954 Junior Girls' Play, "Tick-
led Pink,' at 2 p.m. Saturday at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
At this performance, sophomore
coeds will be admitted for 50 cents,
while others attending the show
will pay the regular matinee ad-
mission price of 80 cents.
* * *
AFTER% THE show, the sopho-
mores will meet with members of
the central committee of JGP for
an informal discussion which will
help familiarize the women with
the various phases of JGP produc-
tion.
In introducing this custom of
a matinee honoring sophomores,
followed by a discussion session
the junior women hope to in-
augurate a tradition which will
be continued every year.
The first performance of JGP
will take place Thursday night be-
fore an audience of senior women
as the traditional culmination of
Senior Night.
AFTER A MARCH to the Lea-
gue, and a special senior dinner,
the seniors will file across the
stage of the ballroom, each one
appropriately indicating her ro-
mantic status.
Pinned women will substitute
safety pins for their fraternity
pins, married women will carry
candles, the engaged ones will
suck lemons and unattached co-
eds throw pennies, one for every
'year of their lives, into a "wish-
ing well."
During the performance of the
play the seniors have the right to
ask for any line to be repeated, or
even for an entire scene if they
wish.
* * *
AFTER THE seniors have seen
the first showing of JGP, the mu-
sical comedy will be presented to
the public on Friday and Saturday
nights.
Tickets for the performances
go on sale tomorrow at the Lydia
Mendelssohn box office and will
remain on sale from 1 to 5 p.m.
every day during the week.
This year's show will join a long
procesion of JGP skits which dates
back to 1904 when six women stag-
ed a skit which told the story of
"Buster Brown at Michigan."
The play was an outgrowth of
a suggestion by Mrs. Myra Jordon,
dean of women at the time, that
the junior women present a skit in
honor of the seniors.
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Orders for Blazers To Be Taken

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-Daily-Dick Gaskill
"SPRING PRELUDE"-Three members of the Mel Sachs Orches-
tra practice before their appearance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satur-
day in the League Ballroom for the 25th annual Slide Rule Ball,
given by the "Michigan Technic." They are Gene Cohen at the
drums, Sandy Norian playing the trumpet, and Mel Sachs at at
piano.
Slide Rule Ball To Feature
Music by Mel Sachs' Band

To Highlight
New Jackets
Orders for the "official" Michi-
gan blazer, featuring a crest on the
pocket, will be taken from 10 a.m.
through 6 p.m. tomorrow and
Tuesday at the Women's Athletic
Building.
In the picture accompanying this
story, Women's Athletic Associa-
tion president, Marion Swanson,
is wearing a white jacket with blue
piping. While the sample jackets
did not include the Michigan crest,!
a copy of it is available for stu-
dents to see.
* * *
BLAZER SALE chairman, Paula
Strong, stated that for no extra
charge students may purchase the
jackets with piping-blue on white,
and gold on the navy blue and ox-
ford-grey blazers.
Two types of white jackets are
on sale-one of shetland tweed
priced at $23 and the other of
heavy-white flannel priced at
$26.
The navy-blue and exford grey
jackets sellfor $22.50.
* * *
THERE WILL be blue crests on
the white jackets and gold on the
others, according to Miss Strong.
A special feature of the pur-
chase will be the extra pocket
received. This pocket may be us-
ed to replace the crest pocket af-

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declared, "Satisfaction is guaran
teed."
Students will also have a
chance to buy skirts and bermu-
da shorts which match or com-
plement the blazers. The white
skirits are $16, while the skirts
of other colors sell for $12.50.
The shorts are priced at $10.
Profits from the blazer sale will
go to the Women's Athletic As-
sociation.
BESIDES THE sale, meetings
will be held by many of the WAA
clubs this week.
The basketball club, reorgan-
ized this semester under the
leadership of Betty Cope will
meet at 4:20 p.m. tomorrow
while the ballet club will hold
its weekly meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Barbour Gym
dance studio.
Students may sign up for the
Badminton C1u b's tournament
when the club meets from 7 to 9
p.m. Tuesday in Waterman Gym.
Competition will take place in
doubles, singles and mixed doubles.
* * *
ALL RIFLE enthusiasts will
have a chance to improve their
marksmanship at the meeting of
the Rifle Club to be held at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the Women's Ath-
eletic Building.
At the next meeting of the Camp
Counselors Club, Thursday, handi-
craft work will be discussed. Pre-
viously the group decided to spon-
sor a bike hike, nature program,
Paul Bunyan Day, campfire pro-
gram and a swim night at the new
women's swimming pool.

Stunning is the word

Tickets for the engineer's 25th
annual Slide Rule Ball, "Spring
Prelude," to be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Saturday in the League
Ballroom, will be available tomor-
row through Friday in the Engi-
neering Arch.
They are priced at $2.50 per
couple, and may also be pur-
chased in the "Technic" office or
from any member of Triangle.
They will also be sold at the door.
SPECIALIZING in South Amer-
ican music, Mel Sachs and his or-
chestra will be featured at the all-
campus dance. Among the unusual
South American rhythmic instru-
ments used by this group are the
guiro, clavis, and castanets.
Nine years ago Mel Sachs
joined the Al Moser Band in
Detroit. Later when Moser was
drafted into the army, Sachs
took over the band as arranger,
leader and manager. Since then
members have dropped out and
others have taken their places.

-Daily -Dean Morton
MICHIGAN BLAZER

for this flatterer with its trim
detail accented with the .
pleated skirt...and done
to well in orlon and rayon

ter a student graduates, WAA
board members say.
Personal fittings will be made at
the order sessions tomorrow and
Tuesday. Miss Strong pointed out
that all alterations will be made
at no extra charge with the excep-
tion of shortening sleeves. She re-
minded students that a $5 deposit
is due at this time.
* * *
THE REMAINDER of the mon-
ey, Miss Strong said, should be
paid when the jackets arrive. She

Sachs is a senior in the College
of Architecture and Design and
plays the piano for the band. He
also specializes in "Phil Harris-
type songs."
GENE COHEN, a junior in the
literary college taking predental
courses, is the drummer. He is a
member of the Michigan Marching
Band, and a tympanist with the
symphony band.
Trumpeter for the group is
Sandy Norian, a sophomore in
the School of Music. Besides b -
longing to the marching and
symphony bands, Norian teaches
at Edmunson Junior H i g h
School in Willow Village.
Bass player and vocalist is Bud'
Bergman, who specializes in bal-
lads. Helis a voice major at Mich-
igan State Normal, and belongs to
their band, choir, and choral
union.
* * *
"SKIP" Rosenthal, "Babe" Mur-
myluk, and Ed Musial all play alto
saxophones and clarinets.
All three attended Wayne Uni-
versity. Murmyluk teaches at Lake
Shore High in St. Clair Shores,
while Rosenthal is a flutist with
the Fort Wayne Philharmonic or-
cestra and Detroit Jewish Orches-
tra. Musial is an administrative of-
ficer of the Michigan National
Guard Band.

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Awards Available.
To Junior Women
Applications for the annual
Scroll scholarship are due at 5 p.m.
Thursday in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
The $100 scholarship will be
awarded toa junior-affiliated wo-
man on the basis of leadership in
extra-curricular activities, char-
acter, service and financial need.
The outstanding coed honored
by receiving this scholarship will
be announced at Installation Night,
April 14.
Applications may be obtained in
the League Undergraduate Office.
Students are asked to sign up for
an interview when they turn in
their application.
The scholarship, sponsored by
Scroll, is awarded annually to an
outstanding junior on campus.
Scroll is an honorary society for
affiliated senior women; member-
ship in the group is based on scho-
larship, leadership and service.

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JGP-The JGP publicity con-
tacts and posters committee will
meet at 2:30 p.m. today at the
League. There will be a meeting of
the JGP Central Committee at
6:30 p.m. today in the League.
Room numbers will be posted.
SOUTH QUAD CONCERT-Do-
ris K. Kraushaar, soprano; K.
Thomas Lester, tenor; and a duo
pianist team, Carolyn Jewel and
Johamia Dewey will present the
third in a series of concerts at:
1:30 p.m. today in the East Lounge
of South Quadrangle.

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