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DAY, MAY 25, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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League Council Announces Summer Posts

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Will Conduct
First Tie Sale
Men of Kelsey House in South
Quad will hold their first annual
Tie Sale from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the West Lobby of
South Quadrangle.
The unique sale Is being spon-
sored by the Kelsey House resi-
dents in order to raise money for
their depleted treasury.
Coeds will be on hand to sell ties
of every description. Red ties, blue
ties and ties of every other color,
exotic ties, vulgar ties and hand-
painted ties will be on display for
eager customers.
Auctioneers dressed in the prop-
er attire will hold an auction at
the end of the sale to close out
the stock.
Free cigaretes will be distribut-
ed to students attending the sale,
as an added attraction.
"There will be plenty of bar-
gains for the thrifty male or the
penny pinching coeds who. have
to buy ties," exclaimed Dave Gut-
tentag, general chairman of the
sale.

League council summer positions
have been announced by the Lea-
gue Council.
They are Alberta Coehrt, presi-
dent; Jeanne Freshour, Judiciary
Council chairman; Marilyn Mar-
tin and Faith Gillespie, members
of Judiciary Council.
Others are Jeanne Opiola, so-
cial chairman; Frances Kochin,
publicity chairman; Joyce Walli,
dance class chairman and Johan-
na Mandelstamm, Round-Up
Room chairman.
Positions for the regular term,
which were not announced at In-
stallation Night, are Lois. Klein
and Joanne Waxman, script co-
chairman for Soph Cab and Faith
Cook, JGP call director.
Summer school council is al-
most entirely a social set-up. The
only exception is Judiciary which
carries over its duties of the reg-
ular school term.

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Since the Council is quite small
during the summer it is more
closely knit. The president, chief
co-ordinator, also helps the chair-
men. This cooperative atmosphere
exists throughout the Council.
During the summer session the
League usually sponsors bridge
games and free Friday night

dances. However, a "free reign"
exists in the social field and the
League hopes to attempt new ac-
tivities.
Summer events will be high-
lighted by the annual Beach Ball
which is held in the League ball-
room. The entire council will par-
ticipate in the preparations for
the dance.

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WAA Notices

Softball Tournament - T h e
week's schedule for the final week
of the WAA softball tournament
is as follows: Monday at 5:10 p.m.
-Delta Delta Delta I vs. Stock-
well I*; Cheever I vs. Jordan I*.
Tuesday at 7 p.m.-Winner Del-
ta Delta Delta I-Stockwell I* vs.
Alpha Chi Omega I; 'Winner
Cheever I-Jordan I* vs. Mosher I.
Wednesday at 7 p.m., final game
-Winner Delta Delta Delta I-
Stockwell I-Alpha Chi Omega I*
vs. winner Cheever I-Jordan I-Mo-
sher I*.
WAA Board Picnic--Old and
E new members of the WAA Board
will meet at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday,
7 at WAD for a picnic supper.

Sergor Class-Senior class an-
nouncements, booklets and person-
al cards will be distributed from 3
to 5 p.m., Monday through Wed-
nesday,. in the lobby of the Ad-
ministration Building.
For those seniors who did not
order earlier, there will be extra
booklets and announcements on
sale.
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Orientation - All orientation
leaders and reservists who were
excused from last week's orienta-
tion meeting may pick up mater-
ials necessary for their job by to-
morrow in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League, according to
Alice Mencher, '53, orientation
chairman.
Anyone who was absent from
the meeting without first being
excused has been dropped from
the orientation lists, she said.
League Council-There will be a
League Council meeting at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.

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killer.
ECONOMY SIZE ... 98c
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