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BER 21, 19TTHEH MICHIGAN DAILY

Nave a WORLDPof FUN
Trve/with SITA
..4 Unbelievable Low Cost

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MUSKET Rehearses Musia

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60 Ve ,4,, frm $645 Continued from Page 2)
the week on the topic, "The Hindu
lIa of Reincarnation." Fri., Nov. 21,
S43-615 *s f s.,h-$9984-:15 p.m, Lane Hall Library.
OVEn"'mno'rsnud _
CS* Cg@credit. Extended Hours: Women students
Also low-cost trips to Mexico who attended the Lecture at Hill Aud.
$169 up, South America $699 up, on Tues. night, Nov. 18, had extended
Haowaii Study Tour $549 up and hours uintil 10:55 p.m.
Around the World $1798 up. _rt____.
Ask Your Travel Agent Graduation Exercises for 'students
26th I * t 332 S.. Michign Ave. who complete their degree requirements
Year S 0R L . AVE.C Chicogo 4, HA 1.I551 at the end of the first semester of the
1958-59 school year will be held Sat.,
THE PRICELESS LOOK}
We saw it coming-
another wonderful
batch of MACSHORE
blouses all just as per-
fect for holiday gifting
as this Rise-- of -pleats
front, notched necklace
collar, button back. .
l Dacron and cotton so
it never needs ironing.
And check that tiny
price! Whitc, blue,
maize, beige. Sizes 30
tto 38.
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Business and Other Styles
Professional 3 o4
WUMME
CLUB
RUMMAGE
S SAL E
Sat. at V.F.W.
for MACSHORE CLASSICS
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MAIO SHOP CAMPUS TOGS
on Forest off at
South U. corner 1111 South U.
opposite 1 1 blocks from
Campus Theatre Main Shop

Jan. 24. 1959 at 2:00 p.m. in Hill Aud.
Further notice will follow.
Summary: Action taken by Student
Government Council at its meeting
Nov. 19, 1958.
Approved minutes of the previous
meeting as corrected.
Elected the following officers: Presi-
dent, Maynard Goldman; Executive;
Vice-President, Morton Wise: Admin-
istrative Vice-President, Jo Hardee;
Treasurer. Ronald Gregg.
Approved: Nov. 24 Assembly Associa-
tion, Fortnight, Lydia .Mendelssohn
Dec. 11 India Student Association, de-
bate. "Foreign Policy of India."
Defeated the following motion: That
Student Government Council delegate
responsibility for calendaring and ap-
proving- events to the Student Activi-
ties Committee. Aside from periodic
progress reports, the committee is to
report to the Council on calendaring
and approval of events only when it
needs help or advice. If serious ques-
tion arises the problem will be auto-
matically brought to the Council of
the president of the organization so
requests.
Approved motion calling for a spe-
cial meeting to discuss the concept of
student government.
Disciplinary action in cases of stu-
dent misconduct: At meetings held
on Oct. 16, 23, 30 and Nov. 6, cases in-
volving 54 students were heard by the
Joint Judiciary Council. In all cases
the action was approved by the Sub-
Committee on Discipline.
1. Cdnduct unbecoming students in
that state laws and city ordinances re-
lating to the purchase, sale and use of
intoxicants were violated:
(a) Purchased and consumed intox-
scants in violation of state law. One
student fined $25.00 and warned.
(b) Drank, in student quarters. in
violation of state law and was finedI

in Municipal Court for being a drunk
and disorderly person in a public place.
One student fined $35.00 with $15.00
suspended and warned.
ic) Contributed to the delinquency
of a minor and was fined in Munici-
pal Court for driving after drinking.
One student fined $20.00 and warned.
f(d Possessed and consumed Intoxi-
cants as a minor: One student fined
$25.00 with $10.00 suspended and
warned.
!re Possessed and consumed intoxi-
cants as a minor and engaged in dis-
orderly conduct by shooting off fire-
crackers. One student fined $40.00 with
$10.00 suspended and warned.
(f Possessed and consumed intoxi-
cants as a minor and engaged in dis-
orderly conduct by shooting off fire-
crackers. Since this was a second of-
fense this student was fined $40.00
with $10.00 suspended, required to con-
tribute 30 hours of charitable work in
some institution within the Univer-
sity between now and spring vacation
and placed upon complete social pro-
bation which will prohibit participa-
tion in any activity until spring vaca-
tion. Warned that a future violation
might lead to suspension.
(g) Consumed and possessed intoxi-
cants as a minor and engaged in a dis-
orderly act of vandalism. One student
fined $35.00 with $10.00 suspended and
warned.
(h) Possessed intoxicants as minors.
Two students were fined $30.00 with
$20.00 suspended and placed on social
probation for four weekends (as set
down by Women's Judiciary).
2. Violation of the Student Automo-
bile Regulations:
(a) Failure to register: One student
fined $50.00, E. permit was revoked and
replaced with a business permit (third
violation); one student fined $35.00;
three students fined $25.00; one stu-
dent fined $20.00 with $5.00 suspended,
five students fined $20.00 with $10 00
(Continued on Page 8)

ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY-SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30

REtURN ENGAGEMENT BY POPULAR DEMAND
PETE SEEGER
WITH
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SING
BALLADS . BLUES
WORK SONGS . SPIRITUALS
SONGS FROM AROUND
THE WORLD

' There is nothing quite to
compare with Pete Seeger's
way with an audience."
J. DORSEY CALLAGHAN
DETROIT FREE PRESS
Sunday, Nov. 30 - 8:00 P.M.
x DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS
$3.30-$.50-$1.65 - Seats on Sale Now
TICKEtS AT GRINNELL'S TICKET OFFICE;
CENTER MUSIC SHOPS, NORTHLAND and EASTLAND;
CAMBRIDGE BOOK STALL, CASS near WARREN;
CAMPUS RECORD SHOP, 6340 W. McNICHOLS
MUMFORD RECORD SHOP, 18025 WYOMING
DISC SHOP, 1210 S. UNIVERSITY, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
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CONCENTRATING-Members of "Oklahoma!" east watch rehearsals from the sidelines, and are
thrilled that the production is progressing according to plans. Shows will be at 8 p.m. Dec. 4, 5, 6
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. There will also be a Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. Tickets for all
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