THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE
WMNIESDAY,.MARCH 31, 1954
Outstanding JGP Cast Member
Will Receive Babbidge Award
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LAST DAY OF MONTH-END
An outstanding member of the
cast of the Junior Girls' Play castC
will be presented with the Marcia
Babbidge Award at Installation
night at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday,
April 14 in Rackham Lecture Hall.
The new award has been insti-
tuted in honor of Marcia Babbidge,
a University student who died May
1, 1953. Miss Babbidge came here
in September 1952 from Packer
Institute Junior College in Brook-
lyn, New York.;
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SHE TRIED out for the 1953
JGP and was chosen for a small
_ part as one of the maids who did
a short dance to introduce the;
singing chorus. While a member
of the cast, she became noted for
her cooperation, cheerfulness and
With these attributes in mind,
several of the central commit-
tee members of JGP will select
one of the members of the JGP
cast to receive the award.
This winner will be selected by
the general chairman, director,
script writer, dance chairman and
music chairman with the approval
of Miss Ethel McCormick.
IF ONE OF these people is un-
able to make a selection, the re-
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maining four will choose one of
the above chairman's assistants as
the fifth member of the committee.
Other rules governing the
award include the stipulations
that no girl considered for the
award may be a member of the
central committee and that the
winner of the award shall be
selected from the cast.
The general chairman of JGP
will present the award each year
at Installation night. The Marcia
Babbidge Award Plaque will be
hung permanently in the League
with the winner's name engraved
on it and the winner will be pre-
sented with an award certificate.
AMONG THE qualities for which
the award is given are sincerity,
cooperation, reliability, attendance,
ability to work with others, pa-
tience, selflessness and cheerful-
New officers in women's or-
ganizations on campus will also
be announced at Installation
Officers of Assembly, Panhel-
lenic, WAA and the League are
among the positions which will
During the program, Scroll
honorary society for affiliated
women will tap new members
and present awards for scholar-
Among the other scholarships
and awards presented to students
will be thehMortarboard scholar-
ship and three Ethel McCormick
scholarships which will be pre-
sented to outstanding junior wo-
Among the people invited to the
annual spring event are Mrs. Har-
lan Hatcher, the Board of Gover
nors of the Michigan League, Dean,
MICHIGRAS -- Al Weisz, advertising manager, Betsy Sherrer,
co-program chairman, and Herb Wonder, layout manager are
looking at pictures submitted for the cover of the Michigras pro-
gram from which they have chosen a drawing featuring a Mi.
Central Committee Selects
Michigras Program Cover
League To Announce
At Installation Night
Members of the Women's Senate
yesterday voted on candidates for
the League presidency and chair-
man and junior members of the
Interviewing and Nominating
Lucy Landers was elected over
her opponent, Pat Marx, for the
position of League president. Sen-
ators also chose from among the
following, a chairman of the In-
terviewing and Nominating Com-
mittee; Sally Lorber, Janet Wolk
and Jane Kohr.
Three of these women were
elected as junior members of the
committee: Sue Atherton, Doro-
thy Clarkson, Martha Wallbillich,
Barbara Watson, Mary Cross,
Emily Jewell and Nancy Jaquette.
Winners will be announced on
April 14 at Installation Night.
Candidates for other League po-
sitions spoke before the Senators,
giving their qualifications and pro-
grams. Reports on these women
will be carried back to the various
Then the members of the Senate
will return on April 13 with the
votes of their houses and cast their
ballots. Results of these elections
will also be announced in Installa-
Nan Schiller and Sally Fernam-
berg are running for vice-presi-
dency of the League, while Helen
Schwarz and Julie Bowles are vy-
ing for the position of secretary.
Candidates for treasurer are Eileen
Schulak and Margi Blunt.
Three of the following women
will be elected as sophomore mem-
bers of the Interviewing and Nom-
inating Committee; Carolyn Sny-
der, Sandra Hughes, Pat Arring-
ton, Gwynne Finkleman, Carolyn
Bahle, Erika Erskine, Betty Jean
Kafka and Lois Klein.
Cici Ostrov and Sally Stahl are
running for the position of chair-
man of the Women's Judiciary
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A picture depicting the entrance
of the Michiworm "at the thresh-
old of the gala Michigras Carnival's
has been selected as the cover for
the 1954 Michigras program,
The drawing submitted by Bill'
Wittingham was chosen by the
program Co-chairman Barney
Helzberg and Betsy Sherrer in
consultation with the central com-
CHANGED drastically from pre-
vious programs, "the guide to
Michigras will contain 32 pages
compoared to the previous high of
Weisz complimented his adver-
tising salesmen. He remarked, "It
was a real working committee;
each one pitched in and sold ads."
THE SALESMEN were Don Co-
hodes, Ned Doner, Miki Eisenberg,
Dorothy Glazer, Marlene Gold-
berg, Pat Lamberis, Kirke Lewis,
Jan Northway, Pat Oppenheim,
Ceci Ostrov, Sam Reich, Grace
Ritow, Ruth Rosenberg, Nancy
Rothman, Louise Ruoff, Norm
Shubert, Mikey Silverman, Lois
Union, Ann Waterbury, and Clar-
Articles were written by Carol
Durant, Elsie Jensen, and Miki
The program, 6 inches by nine
inches, has already been sent to
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Close-out group .
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Two groups sweaters,
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THESE ARE A FEW OF THE
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Front row (left to right): Behr, Illinois '49, Business Mgr., Radio & TV Dept;
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CAN YOU QUALIFY--You must be in the top half of
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These are the clients of NL&B, all of them leaders in their fields:
Sarah Healy, Dean Elsie Fuller and 24 which filled the 1952 program.
Dean Gertrude Mulhollan. Emphasis in the advertising and
Dr. Margaret Bell and Miss editorial content will be done on
Marie Hartwig of the women's the modern, whiteness style.
physical education department
and Miss Ethel McCrmick, social Ad Manager Al Weisz said this
director of the
League have also
MICHIFISH-There will be a
Michifish meeting at 3 p.m. today
at the new women's pool for both
the groups meeting on Wednesday!
and those which regularly meet ont
The regular Michifish meeting
will be held at 7 p.m. today at
the new pool. Members are asked
to bring money for suits.
The Dry Bones group and the
Blues group will also meet at the
new pool at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow.
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LEAGUE COUNCIL-There will
be an important dinner meeting of
the League Council from 5 to 7
p.m. today in the Cave at the
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FROSH WEEKEND-The fol-
lowing committees of Frosh Week- 1
end will meet today in the League:
MAIZE TEAM: 3 p.m., costumes
committee; 4 p.m. Chorus F; 7 p.m.
Choruses B and C and central com-
mittee of team. BLUE TEAM: 71
p.m., floorshow cast. Room num-
bers will be posted. -
ior and senior women may register
from 8 a.m. to noon today at Bar-
bour Gym for instructions in ele-
mentary and intermediate swim-
ming, life-saving, tennis, golf,
modern dancing, riding and pos-
ture, figure and carriage.
style was "more artistic and in-
teresting to look at.",
Instead of the straight diagram
of field house events, the program
will contain a cartoon type map
drawn by Walt Long showing the
location of the various show, skill
and refreshment booths in Yost
WITH THIS map and the quips
written by house representatives
describing their booths, students
attending the carnival which will
be infull operation from 7 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday and Saturday April
23 and 24, should have a good
overall picture of the many varied
events at the field house.
One page will be devoted to
the "Worm's eye view of Michi-
gras" while another page will
call attention to the charities
and projects Michigras has aid-
ed. Candid pictures of the cen-
tral committee members will also
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