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M. 29, 1951

THE MIChIGAN DAILY

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PPOIN TEES ANNOUNCED:
Daily Editorial, Business Chiefs Chosen

DEFICIT OVERCOME:
IFC Treasury Shows
$2,000 Gain Since 1949

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Gene Kuthy, '53, of Detroit, to
the position of Associate Business
Manager. The 20 year old Kuthy
is majoring in sociology.
* * *
NEXT YEAR'S Sports Editor
will be Ted Papes, '52, a 23 year
old economics major from Grosse
Pointe, Mich. Papes is a member
of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity.
Jim Parker, '52BAd, of Marion,
Ind., and George Flint, '52, of
Pittsfield, Mass., will assume the
positiors of Sports Associate
Editors. The 22 year old Parker
is a member of Delta Upsilon
fraternity. Flint, 20 years old, is
f a history major.
The position of Women's Editor
went to Janice James, '52, of De-
troit. Miss James, a 20 year old,
journalism major, is associated
with Kappa Delta sorority.
Jo Ketelhut, '52, Ann Arbor, will
be the Associate Women's Editor.
Miss Ketelhut, also 20 years old
and majoring in journalism, is a
member of Chi Omega sorority.
Calendar Dates
Due Tomorrow
Tomorrow is the last day for
submission of dates for fall events
by campus organizations to the
Student Legislature Calendaring
Committee.
All groups, both off and on cam-
pus, wishing to sponsor all-cam-
pus drives or dances are urged by
the SL to submit the dates they
have planned for a place on the
calendar.

By CRAWFORD YOUNG
A tidy $2000 gain over a period
of less than two years has been
made by the Inter-Fraternity
Council, a survey of the IFC fi-
nances revealed.
In the fall of 1949, the IFC was
faced with a $900 deficit after-a
series of unsuccessful Balls. But
now, the organization faces the
future with a comfortable $1000
nest egg in the bank.
In addition, $850 of government
bonds purchased during the war
are set aside in a cubbyhole in
the Office of Student Affairs, pro-
viding a $2000 umbrella against
the proverbial rainy day.
DICK TINKER, '51, IFC treasur-
er, attributed the financial success
to the imposition two years ago
E of a "membership tax" of $1 on
each of the 1578 fraternity men on
campus.
In addition, every rushee is

RON WATTS ROBERT VAUGHN RICHARD THOMAS
. . . Associate Editor ... Associate Editor ... Associate Editor
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required to pay $2 as a. rushing
fee, which amounts to somewhat
less than $2000 per annum.
Thus the IFM has a guaranteed
annual revenue of approximately
$3500. Expenditures this year
amounted to $3000, not including
the IFC Ball, which is financed
separately, which meant a $500
gain.
"WE LIKE to keep a $1000 slush
fund handy, in case one of our IFC
Balls goes sour on us," Tinker ex-
plained. "The dance is, expensive,
and may not break even this
year."
While the IFC Ball may not
make money this year, last year
it was a veritable gold mine for
the group, the Ned Hess affair
notwithstanding. A $700 profit
was realized on the dance, ac-
counting for half the $1500 profit
the IFC showed in 1949-50.
Despite individual mutterings
that fraternity men were getting
little in return for their "member-
ship tax," there has been no op-
position to it or to continuing it,
Tinker asserted. The houses all
paid without objection.
Tinker felt, however, that it
would not be necessary to main-
tain such large revenues. "Either
the membership tax will be elimi-
nated, or the. rushing fee can be
sliced in half next fall, probably
the latter," he predicted.
"At the National IFC conference,
I found that on a great many cam-
puses, the IFC is chronically in the
red. Many of them are planning
to adopt our membership tax to
solve their financial woes," he said.

Tomorrow
is the Last Day
of the
Month-End k
SALE o
Spring Coats from . to !/3 off
Original prices 39.95 to 65.00
DRESSES Spring prints, failles, crepes, gabardines and
taffetas. 1- and 2-piece jacket dresses-tailored
dressy and evening dresses. Sizes 9-15, 10-44 and
121/2--241/2. 2 groups. Originally 14.95 to 29.95.
$10 and $13.
DRESSES Prints, crepes and gabardines. All sizes--
1 group. Many close out values to $22.95. $7.
BRAS Close out group. Originally to $2.50. 89c.
GIRDLES and Panty Girdles. Originally $5.95 to $8.95.
$3.98 to $5.00.
SKIRTS Wools and rayons in pastels and darks. Orig-
inally 12.95. $2.98-$3.98-$5.00.

HATS
5.00.

Darker straws and a few felts. Originally to
$1.98 to $3.98.

RS hull To Give
SRusset ialk
Prof. A. Franklin Shull of the
zoology department, Henry Rus-
sel lecturer f6r 1950-51, will pre-
sent the annual Henry Russel Lec-
ture Tuesday, entitled "Some
Problems of Origins in Biology."
The illustrated talk will be held
at 4:15 p.m. in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre. Next year's Henry
GENE KUTHY Russel award will be announced at
... Associate Business Manager this time.

SPORT JACKETS 1 group of wool sport jackets. Red,
green and pastel plaids. Originally 16.95.j $10.
BLOUSES Long and short sleeves. White, pastel and
darks. Originally to 10.95. $2.98 to $5.00.
South State off North University

Read and Use Daily Classifieds

CHARLES CUSON SALLY FISH
... Advertising Manager . .. Finance Manager

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the season! Fresh as a sum-
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cotton. Vivid multi-colored
balloons on a white back.
ground. Sizes 32 to 38 in
Proportionettes to fit your
height.
*Reg. U.S. Pat Off.
LINGERIE-FIRST FLOOR
.....4"

Photo by Jack Bergstrom

JANET DENHAM, Delta Delta Delta, models
this cool, smartly styled cotton dress. Janet is
a Senior in the School of Speech Correction,
and she hails from Milan, Michigan.

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The cotton dress Janet is modeling features a
petite China collar, two high slitted pockets
and short sleeves for these warm summer
months. Fashioned in bright and adobe colors.
$10.95

FASHIONS
in PANTIES
in colors

for 5.OC

DIANE HALBROOK, League House, is shown
in a chic two-piece dress and duster ensemble.
Diane is a Freshman in L.S.&A. from Detroit.
Her future ambition is to be an airline
stewardess.

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The alluring halter top and neckline of the
cotton broadcloth dress together with the full
sleeves, roomy pockets and smart detail of the

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