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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ELEVEN

Positions Now Available on League Council

Dean

To Serve

Bridge

Game

JQP Will Hold Modeling

Tryouts

x The following League senior
positions are now openufor peti-
tions according to Pat Reed, in-
terviewing chairman.
Executive council: president,
4 vice-president, secretary, treas-
urer, judiciary council chairman
and "chairman of interviewing
council.
OTHER LEAGUE Council po-
Sitions avilable are: dance class
chairman, chairman of merit-
tutorial, 8rientation chairman,
personnel chairman, publicity
chairman, chairman of special
projects and social chairman.

Other positions include: sec-
retary of judiciary council,
senior member of judiciary
council, secretary of interview-
ing council, finance chairman
of dance classes, two senior
dance class captains, and assis-
tant chairman of special pro-
jects in charge of the talent file.
Other. positions open are:
chairman of transfer orientation,
secretary of the orientation com-
mittee, social chairman of the or-
ientation committee and infor-
mation booth chairman of the
orientation committee.

PROSPECTIVE inter-1
viewees may obtain information
about petitioning during office
hours of the interviewing com-
mittee today and also Jan. 4 and 5.
Additional information may
be obtained from the president's
reports, the League Lowdown
and the constitution of the Lea-
gue undergraduate council.
Petitions are now available in
the League Undergraduate Office.
All petitions will be due at 5
p.m., Jan. 5. When petitions are
handed in, interview appoint-
ments should be made.

On Committee
Mary C. Bromage, Associate
Dean of Women, has been appoint-
ed to a committee on professional
standards of deans of women.
This committee will make a re-
port at the spring conference of
the National Association of Deans
and Counselors of Women. Prior
to the conference, the committee
will meet to review existing stand-
ards and objectives used in select-
ing deans of women in colleges
and universities throughout the
nation.

To Be Last
Of Season
The last master point game of
the 1949 bridge season will be
played at 7:30 p.m. today at the
Union.
There will be a fee of fifty cents
per evening for master points and
thirty-five cents for regular games.
The games are open to the campus
and kibitzers are welcome.
Room location will be posted on
the Union bulletin board.

Models, preferably with experi-
ence, who wish to participate in
Junior Girls' Play may tryout
from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday,
Jan. 7.
High-heeled shoes should be
worn when trying out for mod-
eling, Jennie Quirk, JGP Director,
has announced.
Tryouts for specialty acts will
be held on the same day from 2 to
5 p.m. Trios, soloists and choruses,
which are especially needed, will
tryout from 3 to 6 p.m. Jan. 4, 5,
6 and 9.
Sign-up sheets are posted in the

Undergraduate Office of t h e
League.
Women who will be juniors next
semester or who are not eligible to
participate now, but who expect to
be eligible next semester, may try
out.
Rifle Club
The WAA Rifle Club will
meet from 2 to 4 p.m. today as
scheduled, but will not meet
from 7 to 9 p.m. today nor
from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday.

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221 EAST LIBERTY
Phone 2-6220
RONSON LIGHTERS
Table and Pocket Mode I

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Handset, Rhodium-Finished
Rhinestone Jewelry
timed for Christmas giving
Brilliant rhinestones with an expensive
look.., clear, sparkling stones cut and
set in rhodium finished, non-tarnishable
metal. Some are set with glimmering
aqua stones. You'll have to see them to
believe this little price can bring you
such fabulous rhinestones. And, they're
here in time for Christmas giving!
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Served as Christmas topping
TISSUE FAILLE BLOUSE
For presiding over the punch bowl or around a
festive board, a surplice blouse in white, maize,
burnt orange, magnolia, navy. Sizes 32 to 38.
5.95
Sports Shop

Gaily Embroidered
ALL-WOOL MITTENS
Caressingly warm and soft wool mittens, with
bright yarn embroidery on the back, that are
a welcome gift for any woman that dresses to
meet the winter weather. Pink, grey, red or
black.
3.00

Highly tailored
CALF
HANDBAG
Squared and elongated,
a handle bag she'll love
more and more. Beauti-
fully faille lined. Of rich
black or brown calf.
7.95
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GOLDEN EVENING BAG
From a collection of tiny, gold and silver mesh
handbags forever fashion-right, beautifully
long-wearing.%
6.95
plus 20% fed. tax

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BELLE-SHARMEERS
Whether she's the svelte sophisticated type or
loves the vibrant outdoors, she'll treasure a,
gift of Belle-Sharmeers, sized for perfect fit
in width as well as length. Choose a complete
wardrobe in her favorite sheers.
1.75, 1.85, 1.95

Give her Crescendoe's famed
FABRIC GLOVES
Destined to be her favorites, they hold their
perfect shape and size washing after washing.
Black or brown.
3.50
Charmigltte
little
change saver
Silver Plated PIGGY BANK
A fat little piece of whimsey to be stuffed with
all the pocket money you or its receiver dares
to spare. Jingling with coins, it can demon-
strate its solid service as a paperweight.
$4
no tax

PURE SILK SCARFS
Great splashes of color to spice her costumes,
pure silk scarfs in countless treasured designs,
soft floral, some geometric, some intricate,
some simple.
$3

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A bewitching, in-
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that lets her know
you care.

FOLDING UMBRELLA
in cheery new colors
Double rib umbrella that opens from its 12-
inch folded size to the large protective fufl
size-so easy to carry in your pocket, handbag,
or the glove compartment of your car. In gay
plaids, or solids.
6.95

Perfume, 2.50, $5, $10
Cologne, 2.50
plus tax

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