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;1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1959 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY

League Night
To Announce
Group Heads
To Bestow Offices,
Honors, Trophies,
Scholarships, Awards

Spring Weekend Skit Night Tickets
To Go On Sale at Hill Auditorium

The 36th annual League Instal,
lation Night will be held at 7 p.m.
tomorrow at Rackham Amphi-
theatre.
At that time announcement,
will be made of newly elected
and appointed presidents, officers
and committee chairmen of the
League, Panhellenic Association,
Assembly Association and Wo-
men's Athletic Association. The
League is the only organization
whose newly-appointed pesident
has not yet been announced.
Scroll, Mortarboard, Senior So-
ciety and Circle women's honor-
ary societies will also announce
new members.
Recipients of the three Ethel
McCormick scholarships for wo-
men who will be seniors in the fall
and the Delta Delta Delta schol-
arships will be revealed during
the program.
The Alpha Omicron Pi Commu-
nity Service Trophy will be
awarded to one of the women's
housing units. Also scheduled for
announcement are winners of the
Alpha Lambda Delta awards
The audience will learn of the
appointments to the central com-
mittees of Junior Girls Play and
Soph Show.
Block seats will be reserved for
each independent and affiliated
women's housing unit. Dress will
be informal.

-Daily-Allan Winder
TUNING UP-Jim Lloyd puts a hand-brake on the bicycle his
team will ride next Saturday in the first annual Prescott House-
Inter-House Council Bicycle Race. Teams of six from various
houses of the Quadrangles will ride in relay, and the team that
goes the farthest in three hours will be the winner. They will
ride round and round the Michigan Stadium on the asphalt
pavement.
Prescott, CH Initiate
Annual B1ic ycle Reay

Spring is here and so are tickets
for Spring Weekend events.
Spring Weekend including bi-,
cycle races, a picnic, canoe races,
a dance and a Skit Night will
take place Friday, April 24 and
Saturday, April 25.
Block tickets for the Skit Night
performance, entitled "The Great
White Way" and for the Saturday
night dance, "Russ Des Cafe" are
now on sale and will continue to
to be sold through Tuesday, April
14.
Give Points
Both reserved and unreserved
tickets may be purchased for the
event. Houses buying Skit Night
block tickets will receive five points
for every 10 per cent of the house
buying advance tickets.
Men's housing groups that buy
tickets to the dance in advance
will also receive five points toward
winning the weekend for each 10
per cent of the house buying
tickets.
General sales for Skit Night
tickets and for the dance will begin
Kpril 15 and continue until they
are sold out. Skit Night tickets
may be picked up at the Hill Aud.
box office from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
April 20 through April 23, or until
9 p.m. on Friday, April 24.
Sell Tickets
Dance tickets will be sold on
the Diag and various other spots
on campus starting April 20. On
this year's Spring Weekend Ticket
Committee are the following stu-
dents: Marty Farnsworth, '60, Jeff
Jenks, '61, Judy Householder, '62,
Karen Tait, '62, Robert Lane, '62,
Sue Beamer, '61, Jeff Wise, '61,
Rachel Cohen, '62, and Joel Jacob-
son, '61.

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To further promote Spring Finals for a yo-yo contest will
Weekend activities, the Spring be held during Spring Weekend.
Weekend Committee will be selling Preliminaries for the contest will
Bowlond theUnioang, beii ibe held at 3 p.m. on the Diag
Monday. April 21, April 22 and April 23.

Around and around the Stadium
several bicycles will whiz Satur-
day afternoon.
The occasion is the first annual
Inter-House Council and Prescott
House bicycl6 race.
The -race will last from- 1:30 to
4:30 p.m. with various houses in
the quads participating. Each will
enter a team of six men who will
ride in relays, Jim Lloyd, '61A&D,

chairman of
yesterday.
The bikes

the race, announced
must be single-seat-

ers originally built for general use.
They may be stripped of all parts,
Lloyd said, except for one brake.
Prizes will be a perpetual trophy
for the winning team plus one-
year trophies for first through
third places.

'U' To Hold Special Events
For National Library Week

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TONIGHT at 8
HILLEL presents
DR.N.A. WIESNER
of Detroit Midrasha- College of Jewish Studies
in his final Lecture on WHAT IS MAN-
"Two Views:. Kierkegaard and Buber"
EVERYBODY IS WELCOME
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation 1429 Hill Street

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By PHILIP SHERMAN
National Library Week will be
celebrated this week, April 12 to
19.
The purpose of the event is to
encourage use and support of
American public libraries and to
encourage reading in general,. us-
ing the slogan, "Wake 'Up and
Read."
In conjunction with the Week,
several events are scheduled on
the. University campus. The larg-
,est is the children's book exhibit
held in Rackham Memorial Hall
where a collection of 1500 chil-
dren's books is on display.
Displays Paperbacks-
In addition, the Undergraduate
Library is featuring an exhibit of
"Ten Dollar Shelves," collections
of paperback books in various
areas of knowledge suggested by
world famous authorities with
which to start a library.
Finally, the library will distri-
bute sheets prepared by Donald
Poroda of the library staff sug-
gesting a method of expanding
-reading horizons.
Advocates Daily Reading
Briefly, Poroda suggests con
sidering events in history that took
place on each day of the year and
reading something about each one
on the day it happened.
For National Library Week he
suggested the death of Franklin
Roosevelt for tomorrow and the
birth of Thomas Jefferson for
Tuesday.
Calls Books Key to Past
Setting a keynote for the week,
Prof: Frederick H. Wagman, di-
rector of the General Library,
ISA To Visit
Congregation
International students have
been invited by the Second Bap-
tist Chuirch in Detroit to spend
next weekend with members of
its congregation.
The group will leave at noon on
Saturday. Visits are planned to
the Urban League housing project,
the harbor and the church. Dis-
cussions will be held with leaders
of Detroit's negro community, pos-
sibly even leaders of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People.
Sunday, Dr.-Howard Thurman,
a Boston minister, will preach and
dinner will be held at the Gotham
Hotel. Students will stay at mem-
bers' homes.
Registration for the weekend
must be completed by Wednesday
at the Protestant Foundation for
International Students in Lane
Hall.

said "The book is the key to the
past and understanding our own
age. Education consists less in the
acquiring of a fixed body of knowl-
edge than in the development of
both the ability to read critically
and of a lasting desire to read the
great books of the past and pres-
ent.
"The slogan of National Library
Week, Wake Up and Read, might
well be on the seal of every col-
lege."
Mrs. Roberta C.Keniston, direc-
tor of the Undergraduate Library,
pointed out that the value of the
week is in publicizing the role of
the library as a public service in-
stitution.
The American library system,
she said, the best in the world, is
too often taken far granted by the
public.

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