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vant to membership selection with the and where academic credit may be in- dent Government Council. In addition,
vice-president for student affairs to volved, i.e., University of Michigan permission must be obtained for the
be used by Student Government Coun- Band, Michigan Men's Glee Club. relative organization, Panhellenic As-
cii's Membership Committee. Each or- 6) Student organizations who wish sociation, Interfraternity Council, In-
ganization must file a supplementary to sponsor events involving evening ac- ter-House Assembly, or Inter-Cooper-
membership selection statement by the tivities on one day of the weekend in ative Council.
end of October of each even numbered Hill Auditorium. 2) The University Committee onI
year to make its membership selection Limitations: Broadcasting or its authorized repre-

The Daily Official Bulletin is an statement current. Even within the framework of the sentative must approve all radio or
official publication of the Univer- 2 Officers and voting members of rules described above. student orga- television broadcasts originating in
sity of Michigan for which The student organizations are to be stu- nizations should be aware of the fol- University buildings or on University
'Michigan Daily assumes no editor- dents in order to insure that the orga- : lowing limitations: grounds, and all programs presented
ial responsibility. Notices should be nization's activities are directed by 1) Activities must be planned and by staff or students at the University
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to students. calendared to take place before the broadcast by any radio or television
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be- 3) The objectives of the organization week preceding final examinations. station which are identified as being)
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding should be consistent with the broad 2) Events must not end later than presented under the auspices of the
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday educational goals of the University. one-half hour before woman's closing. University.
for Saturday and Sunday. General 5) Student Government Council, in The President of Student Government 3) In accordance with the procedures$
Notices may be published a maxi- reviewin ga petition for recognition, Council may extend the closing hour established for approving Class II ac-t
mum of two times. on request; Day will consider to what extent the new for activities, or he may delegate this * tivities Student Government Council
Caendar items appear once only. organization would duplicate the func- authority. An extension of an ac- must approve all solicitations of funds,,
Student organization notices are not tion o fexisting organizations. tivity's closing time does not excuse clothing, books, subscriptions, sales of
accepted for publication. 6) Student Government Council en- women from observing their regular tags, tokens, or literature. Solicitations
courages the organization to obtain a closing hours, of subscriptions for publications ap-
SATUDRAY, OCTOBER 1 faculty advisor, who may be a member 4) Tickets shall be sold in accord- proved by the Board in Control of Stu-
of the faculty, research or administra- ance with the regulations described d .
tive staff, because both educational in Supplicant established by Student I tproval.
dray alentdar and practical benefits can be derived Government Council. 4 The mayor of Ann Arbor must
Sfrom good faculty advisors.( Publicity:aprvsoittonwhntecty
riiversity Press Club of Michigan 7 The organization shall adopt the Student organizations may publicize approve solicitatings ithUniersity
,Meeing-MichiganUnionx,8:45 a.m. financial procedures outlined by the an activity as soon as the activity has auditoriums and lecture hals taking
auditor for student organizations, 2503 been approved by Student Govern- collections or soliciting pledges, isk-i
Football-U-M vs. North Carolina: Student Activities Building. nent Council. Printed matter may be legal. If a University organization
Michigan Stadium, 1:30 p.m. Procedure for Recognition: posted on the bulletin boards in Uni-t U
Students planning to apply for rec- versity buildings and on the Diag i wishes to solbtairom niversiy aunm -
Cinemaa Guild-Gian Carlo Menotti's ognition as a student organization accordance with the rules established ni, itst obtai appovalpro the
"The Medium": Architecture Aud., 7 should notify the Office of Student by the Office of Student Organza-'Regents. Applications for approval are
in the office of the vice-president for
and 9"p.m.. Organizations, 1011 Student Activities tions, Alpha Phi Omega and Student! student affairs and should be accom-
Building, to receive permission to use Government Council. Publicity in resi- tpanied by a full description of the
Professional Theatre Program Per- University facilities for organizational dence halls and other living units intended campaign and its purpose.
formance-APA Repertory Company in meetings. To be considered for rec- should be in keeping with rules estab- 6) Each honorary and recognition so-
"Three Mysteries with Two Clowns": ognition, members of the organization lished by Inter-House Assembly, In- ciety should notify the Office of Stu-
Lydia Mendessohn Theatre, 8 p.m., should submit to Student Government terfraternity Council, and Penhellenic dent Organizations before tapping and
Council through its administrative sec- Association. initiation ceremonies take place. An of-
retary the following documents: Handbills or other printed material ficer of the group should notify the
enier" Notices 1) A statement expressing the objec- may be distributed by any recognized head of the residence in which the
Doctoral Examination for Richard Al- tives and plans of the organization student organization. students to be tapped reside. The Ann
te Wt trmlE a i Lation guar geschard& L t signed by at least two officers. These The City Council m ust approve signs Arb or police should also b e notified.
len Watt, Germanic Languages .& Lit- names will be published by Student that are to be posted in public areas Drn th acivitie of tapigad
eratures ;thesis: "Holderlin's Imag- Government Council for the use of of Ann Arbor. Printed matter may Diitotheat group shouldp condut t
ery: The Development of Some Major interested students. A membership list not be scattered anywhere in the city. the ceremonies in a responsible manner
Themes as Image Patterns in His may be submitted to the Office of Special Activities: and insure that the participants are
Lyric Poetry," Sat., Oct. 1, Room 1080 Student Organizations for the purpose In addition to the requirements for adqaeycohdadhattrcu
Frieze Bldg., at 1 Oa.m. Chairman, . of supplementing personal records. open activitiestadn projects sponsore adequatel clothed and health precau-
B. Wahr. 2) Copies of its constitution (see by student organizations, the follow- Closed Social Events':
Appendix C) stating affiliations with ing special activities are associated Social events sponsored by organiz-
.Open Draft Discussion: Led by Capt. ither groups. with certain additional responsibili- ed house groups or recognized campus
William Pascoe of Public Information 3) Special requirementsosemustps beresat-zeties.u
Office. Sponsored by UAC, on Sun., isfied by: 1) Any individual or group of stu- organizations which are restricted to
Oct. 2 at 4 p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall. a) Religious groups who must pre- dents who wish to print any publica- membesclosed social e ents.are e
UCCetv ArsCmiteAsent a letter. from the Office' of Re-1 tion. events should be registered with the
UAC Creave Arts Committee: A ligious Affairs concerning the odesir- Class II activities may also be cal- Office soStud e Organizations. Reg-
read-in, "Poets on the War in Viet ability of recognition. endared during the spring. The presi- Office of S s beent f n e
Nam," Union Ballroom, 8 p.m., Oct. 2 b) Nationality groups who must pre- dent of Student Government Council O foe ofsude nt efOrganization the
Summary Of Action Taken by Student alte rmteItrainlo esndsgae yhmapoe Wednesday noon preceding the event.
mernment Counc a ts ee Centerconerning the desirability of petitions to sponsor these activities Football game open houses which are
.Gvrmn oni tIsMeig recogntion, on behalf of the Council and then
September 29, 1966 c) Academic honor societies who must turns them over to the secretary of open to the public should be approved
Appoye: Tat GC pprve s te Stuant open activity.
wording .of t seGcnd artof the present a letter of approval from the the Calendaring Committee to reserve a as aten t oranzations through their
draft referendum: deans of the schools or colleges in- date. Because of the nature of Class officers are responsible for the conduct
volved. II activities, student organizations may of members and guests. The officers
1. Regarding drafting of men into the d) Cooperatives, international houses, submit petitions for sponsorship and are expected to take reasonable meas-
armed forces I would prefer that: 1. fraternities and sororities function as requests to calendar at any time dur- ures to promote standards in compi-
All able-bodied males must serve, approved residences for students un- ing the year. This petition which can ance with civil and University regula-
2. Only some able-bodied males ran- der regulations established for such be obtained from the administrative nons. The responsibilities expected of
domly selected by lottery-must serve housing by the vice-president for stu- secretary of Student Government Cfuns students at tie University are con-
with no deferments granted. dent affairs. Their activities are gov cil or from the Office of Student Or- taned in Standards for Students.
3. Only some able-bodied males, chos- erned by the regulations for student ganizations should include the nature Eligibility:
en o na selective basis-must serve organizations as established by Stu- of the event, the signature of the Any regularly enrolled student is
with deferments granted for: (if this dent Govcrnment Council in addition auditor for student organizations and eligible to participate in non-athletic
is your choice select one or more of to being subject to the regulations of the signature of the organization's extra-curricular activities. Participa-
tle below) their respective governing bodies: In- president. Class II activities in the or- tion is restricted if a student is on
a. Critical skills tercooperative Council, Interfraternity der of their priority include: academic discipline as determined by
b, Completion of education. Council and Panhellenic Association. ) Events of one day on the week- the faculty of the college in which the
c. All married men. These governing bodies have original end involving evening activities not in student is enrolled. Part-time students
d. Only married men .with children, jurisdiction for legislation concerning Hill Auditorium. are not considered "regularly enrolled."
e. Other ' (specify) their members, such legislation being 2) Events of more than one day of They may participate in student orga-
4. The government should not con- subject to Student Government Coun- the weekend involving scheduling of
script for military or .non-military l. only day activities (conferences).
service. (If m you choose this alterna- Procedure for Registration of Stu- 3) Events of one day or more in-
tive donot answer II.) t dent Organizations: volving scheduling of day and/or eve-
II, I 'prefer a system in which all By the third week of each term, nings activities during the week. DIAL
those chosen: every recognized student organization The following events require addi- 8-6416
1. Should serve in the armed forces. must submit the signatures of at least tional approval:
1. Should be able to serve in the 3 two officers. These names will be 1) Lectures: A separate petition
armned forces or havet fors of l published by Student Government should be submitted to the Office of "Astonishingly frank An un
native' government approved service Council for the use of interested stu- Student Organizations when the speak- Remarkably uninhibited and
open to them in lieu of serving in dents. A membership list may be sub- ers are not currently members of the
the armed forces. mitted to the Office of Student Or- student population, faculty, or admain-
Approved: That SGC tonight appoint ganizations for the purpose of sup- istrative staff of the University. Stu- -Ri
one of the three people selected by the plementing personal records. dent organizations are required to in-
Interviewing committee but not seated Deactivation-Reactivation: form guest speakers of University rules. "A tender and lusty study of
to fill the vacant Council seat. An organization will be considered Solicitations in Residences :To soli- force of erotic realism. Love
Appointed: Bruce Kahn as new to be deactivated if it has not reg- cit funds, clothing, books, subsrip-
Council iember . , wistered with the Office of Student Af- tions, sales of tags, tokens, or litera- as the law allows!"
Approved: That SGC grant $25 to fairs for a period of one year of if it ture in residences on campus, permis-
Mortarboard. Society .to help finance has notified that office of its deactiva- Sion must be obtained from the Ann
the Mortarboard Section M4eting. ton To re-establish recognized status Arbor Chamber of Commerce, the di-
Approved: That SGC allocate $500 after this period'the organization must rectory of University housing, and Stu- "A truly adult lve story!
for the Draft Referendum Committee, re-petition SGC following the proced- ----I-- ------ -.It is a beautiful film,
. Approved: University Regulations ure outlined.iOrganization: Phone 482-2056 finely made!"
Preface: d : ' Proposed changes in existing con-.Judith Crist. N. Y. Herad Tribune
Student Organizations at the Univer- stitutions must : be presented to the-C
sity of Michigan operate within a administrative secretary of SGC at least(
framework established by Student Gov- two weeks in advance of the meeting-/I
ernmnt ounil ndthevic-prsi-at which Such changes are to be con- ..
ement Council and the vice-presi- siered. Original wording of the ar- I
dent for student affairs under author- ideradsuggeamednsfther-EEntmoe OhCARPENTER RAD
ity granted by the Regents. The rules tides and suggested amendments there-
described in this booklet became ef- to must be shown. OPEN 6:30 P.M. -
fective in the fall of 1966 and super- Any changes in organizational struc- NOW SHOWING
cede all past regulations. ture, purposes, bases of membership, Sosa
e t Stuent organiza- or affiliations with other organizations - FIRST RUN - Shows at
Re ontionot de t O ga t a must be presented to SGC for consider- 1,3,5,
Sttdpnt -'Overnment Council is em- ation and shall not be consumated Shown at 7:10 and 10:55 7 & 9 P.M
powered by the Regents in the Council until approval is given by the Council. oaw, : v]
Plan (see Appendix A) to recognize a Rules for Open Activities:
student grou pand to grant the group Activities sponsored by student or-T ke
certain privileges as a student orga- ganizations which are open to the en-
nization within the University com- tire campus or to a large portion o
munity. Recognition carries with it the campus are defined as open ac-
certain responsibilities and does not tivities. When a student organization
signify the endorsement of specific sponsors an activity, it assumes the1,PRE
idals or program sofnthe org -responsibility for the planning and
tion, but provides an opportunity for execution of the activity. Advertising
those interested in such a group to se- an event is considered sponsorship.
cure the advantages of being affiliated Student Government Council must ap- Shown at 9:20 only1-
with the University (see Apendix B). prove all open activities. r tuden\
. Bases for Recognition: Only recognized, registered student( : t
Student Government Council bases organizations may petition to Student W
recognition Of a student organization Government Council to hold open ac- T iff WU.1
n the following criteriann tivities. The University Activities Cen-
1) embersip: ter is considered a recognized student Hugh O'Brian
Nogru may adopt,. m intain. organization f r the purpose of calen- Shirley Eaton Metr G00 Mayer san ArtllurFreed P
or apply a membership policy -that daring open activities. Fraternities, sor- Farian
based on race, religion, color, creed orities, cooperatives and residence hal lus-L eCrn-M uieC
iational origin~.r anicestry nor shall housing units must request permission PluCC OORGE
it ace t a vno, rmaun o e to hold an open' activity through an SOinGCoorI /F~ ~4T S
p ud " e cl r re ii a l s SPORTING COURAGE C O \J
dive membes based on adiscroImac- al-campus organization, the all-cam- in Color
tory membership policy. d pusorganization then assumes the re- 2 COLOR CARTOONS
b Student ver ent ouncil upon sponsibility 'for sponsorship.

request from the International Cen- rocedure:
ter or from the Office of Religious Any student organization that wishes
Affairs may designate an organiza- to reserve a specific date for an open
tion as a nationiality group or a reli- activity may request permission toE "Magnificent Virtuosity!"-Detroit News
gious group which will have certain sponsor the activity from Student! anfcetN w
exemptions, as'° defined. by Student Government Council. The Council an-!
as dfin byte~tent o r nt1 ut e Geunprna"Great Dramatic Excitem
Government Council,' from the above nounces a filing date for these pernmis-Gra D am tcE ie e
membership statement. sions usually six weeks before the end
c) Every recognized student organi- of the winter term. "Fine Bravura Style. -DetroitI
'ation is required to file a written In the request to sponsor that is
statement containing all material rele- filed with Student Government Coun-
cil, the student organization should in-
dicate the date and facility desired,
the nature of the activity, the pur-
O R f' AIfN "pose for which it is being held, the
0 /Z0 precise use of intended profits, past fi-
nancial record, and the signature of
the petitioning organization's president
to indicate his awareness of the regu- I
lations regarding student , sponsoredA
Once Student Government Council
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- has granted permission to sponsor aniPRESENTS
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially activity, the Council turns over the
recognized and registered student or- requests to calendar the activity to the
ganizations only. Forms are available secretary of the University Calendar-
in Room 1011 SAB. ing Committee which coordinates all
* * * University calendaring. Permission to REP
India Students' Association, Gandhi sponsor an activity does not guarantee THE COo
Jayanti ,a symposium on "Gandhian that the activity will be calendared.
Politico-Social Ideas" in which mem- Because of the number of requests
bers will participate, Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m., for sponsoring and calendaring events
3rd Floor Union. received by Student Government Coun-
* * * cil and the Calendaring Committee, a "The Nation's Finest Company" - LIFE
Newman Club ,Art film: "The Sav- list of priorities have been established.
age Eye," special award winner at Ven- Activities have been divided into two
ice Film Festival, Oct. 1, 8 p.m., 331 classes. Class I activities require the
Thompson, Admission 50 cents. approval of the entire Council. Be-
* * * cause of the nature of the activities IN A
Newman Club, Canoe' trip and bar-, included in this group, it is wise to
becue, Oct. 2, 1:30 p.m., 331, Thomp-' have these events calendared duringF
son. Bring cars and bicycles if possi- the spring to insure an appropriate
ble. date. Those activities in the order of PRI OB O D A
* * * their priority include: P
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511 1) Activities sponsored by the aca- in
Washtenaw, Oct. 2, 9:45 a.m. and 11:15 demic departments.
a.m. services, the Rev. Prof. H. Kram- 2) Fraternity and sorority rush.
er: "The Unity of the Spirit." Holy 3) Student organizations wishing to
Communion both services, "This Do sponsor events of more than one day
Ye," Bible class, 11:15 a.m. on the weekend which involves the
. * ,, ,Rni ,,ao frsand vninr tii- Tmar f aun w iTr annu

nizations but may not hold office. The
Office of Student Organizations in con-
junction with the dean of the college
in which the student is enrolled may
grant or deny pe' nission to an in- M
dividual to participate in an activity
or an organization.
Judicial Proceedings:()rgRd
Violations of the rules governing
recognized student organizations re-
lated to recognition or procedures gov- By BETSY COHN
erning activities shall be considered!Adoledo
by the Student Government Council. Aoescence does H10t always
Upon notification of a possible viola- have to be gangling and gawky,
tion, Student Government Council shall and it certainly is not in the case
consult with all parties concerned to L C
obtain information pertinent to the of Leslie Caron who lopes and
situation. When such information has leaps gracefully through hers in
been secured and indicates further ac- a delightful two-hours of "Gigi."
tion, an open hearing shall be heldAt
with the officers of the organization A rerun, and an adptation of
present. The Council shall determine Colette's novel about young-lady-
the existence of, extent of, and ap- hood, the celluloid reproduction
propriate penalty for the violation, pub-
licly stating the reasons for its ac- has managed to retain and radiate
tions (Student Government Council, an indelible charm.
October 21, 1959).Gigi isliving in 1900 Paris with
Possible Disciplinary Actions:Giislvngn100Prswt
Disciplinary action shall be defined a doting grandmother (Hermione'
as follows:y Gingold), a m o t h e r (who,:
Fines- Monetary fines to be paid throughout, remains a shrieking'
to the Cashier's Office to be used as soprano voice from a closet) and
part of Student Goodwill Aid Fund. orano
Probation: Wherein the organization a cat.
shall be permitted to function under Through the efforts of her kinky
limitations imposed by the disciplin- curled, cocktail-clinking aunt, Gigi
ary body.'
Suspension: Wherein the organization is in the process of becoming a
shall cease to function as a group for young lady of society; she knows'
a stated period. how to cut boiled birds in half
Withdrawal: Wherein thetorganiza-thowetocutly) iledhbirdsindhalf
tion shall have its recognition with- (delicately) and how to glide co-
drawn. quettishly around the room before
Other penalties may be enacted at gefully alighting in a chair
the discretion of the disciplinary body grace
(Regents Bylaws 8.14 and 8.15). Her tomboy-tarnished attempts
become humorous mockeries of her
NOTICE: Due to lack of space, rulesa ,s endeavours to bless her
covering the use of the Fishbowl, the
Diag and University bulletin boards with social grace.
will be printed in the Sunday edition Hermoine Gingold's tittering hy-
of The Daily. steria (she remains the comic cen-
Student Government Council Approval terpiece) and Leslie Caron's de-
of the following student sponsored monic impishness find male coun-
events becomes effective 24 hours after terparts in the nephew-uncle
the publication of this notice. All pub-aterpar inethe Jehd-ncle
licity for these events must be with- bachelor duet of Louis Jordan and
held until the approval has become ef- Maurice Chevalier. The gentlemen
fective. aesae adoeadhv
Approval request forms for student are suave, handsome and have
sponsored events are available in Room the learned refinement of the


F Ai[mS


"pleasantly wealthy."
Chevalier is a pure enjoyment to
watch. He smoothly and wisely
saunters lyrically through the film
overseeing the story and philoso-
phizing on his love of life and the
young. Jordan is the black-sheep.
of the "Gigi" tale but because he
has become such an integrated
member of the well known ro-
mance, he is accepted in spite of
his stiltedness (which stands out
like a feeble fluke in a casted of
animated spontaneity).
Gigi and Gaston (Jordan), met-
amorphasize together: she into a
lovely lady, he into a bored social-,
lite whose interests in life are
dimming. He suddenly and unex-
pectantly finds himself revived by
the authentic radiance of bright
young Gigi.
His plans to marry Gigi are at

first rebuffed by the thoughtful
grandmother who has no desire
to see her granddaughter's name
smudged across society pages.
However, Chevalier, the gallant
gad-about, just stands back and
watches knowingly as Jordan
sheds his gilded exterior, wins the
pretty young heroine, and alas,
through song and dance, all ends
To say that "Gigi" is delightful
entertainment is to parrot tag-
lines of every review which the
film received when first shown.
However, to attribute to Gigi the
power to obliterate the agony of
a previous gruelling experience at
the dentist; and to say it had the
brightness to cheer up a cold damp
evening, is to say that "Gigi" is an
enjoyable and absorbing two hours
which deserve a revival.


Special Award Wenner at Venice Film Festival
8 o'clock
NEWMAN CENTER, 331 Thompson St.
50c admission

l0ll of the SAB.
Vulcans, Initiation ritual, Sept. 30,
12.30 p.m., Diag
University Activities Center, Diag Art,
Fair, Oct. 3, 4, 9-4 pin., Diag,
interfraternity Council, Pep rally, Oct.
6, 7:30 pn.m., Graduate Library steps.
Placernen t
New York State Civil Service-Fall
testing dates for Professional Careers
Test are Nov. 5 and Dec. 3. Entrance
to trainee positions in Administration,
Physics, Biol., Sci. and Soc. Sci, to
mention only a few. Seniors eligible
for testing ; mos. prior to graduation.
N.Y. residence not required. Applica-
Muns or the Nov. 5 test must be re-
ceived by Oct. 5. Seniors graduating
in December are encouraged to take
this test in Nov. Applications and fur-
tier information available at Bureau.
(Continued on Page 3)

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specific in its recording of
and think "
chard Schnickel, Life Magazine
love. 'Dear John' is a tour de
making banter . . . as explicit
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ent!"-Toledo Blade
Free Press

THE PLAYGIRL- The life of the party...on Park Avenue
...at a Harlem night spot...or in a crap game!

THE ACTRESS-You can always catch her per-
formance.even when she tries suicide!


THE WOMAN-She didn't care who knocked...if he
was a stranger, he didn't stay one for long!

THE SCHOOLGIRL- She was young, shy, innocent
...and reminded him of his wife!

JameS Qarner JeanSimmons Suzanne Pleshefle u Anlgela Laoshur

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