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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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T-EDAY S- ----23 152-HE MI-IG NIDIL

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Union Calls
For Tryouts
All students interested in join-
hing the staff of the Union are in-
vited to attend a tryout smoker in
Rm. 3D .of the Union, Sept. 25,
Phil Flarsheim, '54, announced.
Members of the Union staff will
-explain the functions and organi-
zation of the staff. All those at-
tending the affair will also have
'the opportunity of joining any of
the Union's six student commit-
tees.
The committees include person-.
nel and administration, public re-
lations, campus affairs, social, stu-
dent services and coordination.
Senior Pictures
Sitting appointments are still
being taken for graduating sen-
iors and grad students who wish
their pictures to appear in the
1953 Ensian according to pro-
motions manager Bob Wells, '55.
Appointments may be made be-
tween 3 and 5 p.m. at the Student
Publications Building during the
week.

SL SEEKS ASSISTANTS:
Administrative Wing Works Behind Scenes

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Working behind the scenes, the
Administrative Wing of Student'
Legislature provides opportunities
for interested students to learn
the inside tickings of Student
Government.
The non-profit SL student book
exchange now being operated and
staffed by the administrative per-
sonnel has proven to be the most
* *
SL Appoints New
PublicityDirector
Mary Ann Chacarestos, '54, has
been appointed publicity director
for the Student Legislature.
Serving as a coordinator of
publicity for various SL projects,
she will work with the publicity
directors of each separate project.
A newly created post, the director-
ship is expected to give continu-
ity to SL publicity operations.
Among the projects on which
Miss Chacarestos will be working
this semester are the book ex-
change, Homecoming Dance and
elections.

important project undertaken by
the wing in the first week of the
new semester. However, this is
only one of the many fields which
the six weeks training program in
SL administration covers.
ALL INTERESTED students
may attend the first meeting of
the wing which will be held 4 p.m.
Thursday at the SL building on
State St. Designed to give not only
the mechanics but also the theories
behind student government, the
program places tryouts as commit-
tee workers, office personnel, and
administrative assistants.
Non-elected personnel on SL
committees have full voting priv-
ileges in most cases. Since, a
great many SL projects are orig-
inated in the committees, the
student is given an opportunity
to contribute to the planning of
these projects.
Those interested in office work
may act as secretaries to various
legislative committees. Such work
takes one to three hours a week
and gives the student a chance to
get a broad picture of SL acti-
vities as he serves on the many
different committees.
IN THE EYES of the co-ordi-
nator of the program, Ruth Ross-
ner '55, the most rewarding though
time consuming field, is the ad-
ministrative assistants duty, serv-
ing as personal assistants to the
cabinet members. In this capacity,
students often help with inter-
views, advising, planning and typ-
ing of reports.
The program will also feature
informal coffee hours where stu-
dents will meet with faculty and
campus leaders to discuss var-
ious aspects of student govern-
ment and leadership.
Many positions are open for
work with the Varsity Committee
which stages the giant Homecom-
ing Dance each year.

wide Wale
Wear it as a jumper with your
long sleeve blouses or
sweaters . . . wear it day or
evening as a distinctive
sleeveless dress, with ribbed
wool jersey edging the
leather belt . . . with
green, gold, orange, or red.
neckline and armholes. Wide
Sizes 1Oto 18.
with matching gloves $21.95
CASUAL DRESSES

-Daily-Alan Reid
SL STUDENT BOOK EXCHANGE IN OPERATION
First Week's SL Book Store
Sales Pass $2500 Mark

&xctusive y our3

We've got a new kind of skirt - just for
you - complete circles of felt or velveteen
- with your own design appliqued. The
most beautiful party skirts you've ever seen!
Come in and choose your color and design
now!

ANN OWENS

500 East Liberty
Phone 3-8781

STUDENTS

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in YOUR honor.
33 1/3,45, and 78 R.P.M.
RECORD SALE in our
Downstairs Record Department
at
The t~uJic Center'

Despite a shortage of books for
basic courses, the Student Legis-
lature non-profit bookstore rack-
ed up more than $2500 in sales
during its first week of operation.
First day sales amounted to
$900, approximately three times
the amount sold during the first
day of sales this spring. Many
more books could have been sold
last week had not the texts for
popular freshman and sophomore
courses been cleaned out in the
first few days.
SL OFFICIALS are anxious to
get additional books for this
week's operationsband arerconfi-
dent that base course texts can
be sold almost immediately if they
are brought in.
Since the bookstore is a non-
profit organization, it has been
very popular with students anx-
ious to find good second hand
books at low prices, SL leaders
explained. Last spring the store
handled more than $2,900 dur-
ing the whole sales period.
Previous to the spring semester
the exchange had been staffed by
the Interfraternity Council, but it
proved so much trouble for the
New Reading
Course Offered
A new reading improvement ser-
vice will be offered to students
this year, according to Professor
E. Lowell Kelly, Director of the
Bureau of Psychological Services.
The new division will offer a
non-credit program to students of
all colleges. There will be no spec-
ial charge for this service.
The principal objective of the
program will be guiding students
toward increased efficiency in
reading and study skills. Students
interested in this reading service
may obtain further information
by calling 3-1511, Ext. 648.

IFC that they dropped it. SL step-
ped in to take over sponsorship.
The exchange will be open from
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. today and to-
morrow and from 1 to 5:30 p.m.
Thursday and Friday. It is located
in Rm. 18 Angell Hall.
Learn Typewriting
Special classes in typewriting,
for personal or office use. Hours
arranged at your convenience.
Day and Evening Classes. Phone
7831 or call at our office for
details. No obligation.
HAMILTON Business College
William at State Ph. 7831

READ AND USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

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COLLEGE SHOP

300 South Thayer

Just West of Hill Auditorium

Phone 2-2500 and 7200

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Invites You to
open house week
September 23rd to October 1st
CELEBRATING WITH SPECIAL VALUES
for a SPECIAL WELCOME
to new friends and old

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We're holding open house to inrodcwe you to our famous Sapphire foshion nylons. See a
whole wardrobe of frothy sheers to pamper your legs from morn to moonmist.
Subtle shadings to wnderrinme your fal blacks and tawny tones. Veladur finish
guarantees longer wear. Three knit-to-proportion lengths assure custom-fit
from top to toe. Bvy Sapphires now-for yourself, for gifts
- cond save dring Open House Week. I
SORCERY-SHEER - regularly 1.95
for this event only..... . . . . . .1.65 pr.
LOCKETTE (non-run) - reg. 1.65
for this event only...........1.35 Pr.
ALL-PURPOSE SHEER - reg. 1.65
for this event only..........1.35 pr.

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