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TUE MICHIGAN DAILY
ACTIVITIES, GOVERNMENT:
League Offers Full Schedule

By JUDITR BLEIER
embly Association is a coor-
ng b o d y that represents
independent woman living
e residence hall system.
organization is divided into
ssembly Board and the As-
y Dormitory Council. The
is composed of the officers
committee chairman. Myra
s, '61, will serve as president
g the coming year.
ore a freshman woman ar-
at the University she will
re a letter from her Big
who is a sophomore or
classman living in the same
,who is prepared to answer
ons about life at the Uni-
y. The big sisters try to
the freshmen to life in the
nce hall systems.
embly Orientation C h a i r-
Joan Weinberg, '62, lays
the welcome mat for the
ling freshmen and transfer
its through her Big Sisters
am In the residence halls.
keeps her program unified
a series of training sessions
late in the spring semester,
oordinates the various house
aton programs throughout
ear.
embly's S o c i a1 Chairman,
es Gelios, '62, plans the
-Residence Hall social func-
such as exchange dinners
mixers. Delores meets re-
y with the social chairmen
e women's dorms and works
y with the social chairman
e Inter-House Council, the
governing body.
E Projects Chairman, Joan
dicky, '61 Ed, is an ex-officio
er of the I-Hop and As-
y Ball central Committees.
also works with IHC on the
ably-IHC Sing and Spring
She works with any other
U projects undertaken by the
iization throughout the year.
t spring the Assembly Exec-
Board began an investiga-
of upperclass housing pos-
ies for women. In conjunc-
with the Dean of Women's
e, Assembly will continue its
in this area in the hopes
ablishing an up p e r c l a ss
for women to open in the

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troubling her to the proper per-
son. Members also welcome stu-
dents who wish to serve as tutors.
While the Social Committee
handles the traditional social pro-
gram for the League, the Special
Projects Committee focuses on a
v a r i e t y of "special occasion"
events. Each spring a Mother's
Tea and a Bridal Show give the
women students the opportunity
to relax from studies and look to
the future a bit.
-The committee joins with the
Union each year to present Home-
coming Weekend and an all-cam-
pus talents show.
Freshmen Opportunities
Preshmen, while not serving on
the administrative committees, are
definitely not omitted from the
League structure. A training
ground for League leaders, the
Buro-Cats consists of six com-
mittees, each under the leadership
of an upperclass chairman, and
member of the Buro-Cat Advisory.
Board.
The Buro-Cats meet periodically
en masse to hear campus leaders
discuss their organizations and
to become acquainted with the
diverse activities around campus.
The freshmen begin committee
work immediately, supplementing,
and assisting the administrative
committees in their work and be-
coming familiar with the League
organization.
The Art Committee, though not
all artists, spends its time in post-
ermaking, display - planning and
decorating the bulletin boards
around the League which tell stu-
dents just what's happening.'
The Activities Committee re-
cords the' activities of all the wo-
men on campus while the Recep-
tionist Committee greets those
who come into the Undergraduate
Office and gives information con-
cerning the building and League
activities,
Members of the Secretariat

Committee do typing, stenceling
and telephoning for the League
offices and committees as well as
doing the correspondence for the'
Buro-Cats. The Special Events
Committee is responsible for
special projects that are handled
by the League.
The Service Committee, newly
formed, hopes to sponsor Christ-
mas parties at the hospital and
initiate programs in this area,
Women's Senate, the second di-
vision under the League structure,

has a new function this year. Due
to the change in representation,j
the Women's Senate is the only
body on campus that represents
both independent and affiliated
women.
Previously, senators from each
house and sorority were elected
independently. This year the As-
sembly Dormitory Council repre-
sentative from each independent
house and the second sorority rep-
resentative to Panhellenic Associ-
ation are also senators.

omen Judie Sets Rules,
Acts asCounselingGru
(M)"*S'flAMM * ALM It

(uonzinuea rem rage i
men's office, the organization is
responsible for the origination of
many of the rules affecting wo-
men at the Uniersity and the
annual ppubvlication of the Wo-
men's Rules Booklet. Julie has
recently finished formulating the
policy for the Cambridge Hall
suites, which will be opened in
the fall,
Women's Judic is the zoordinat-
ing agency for all subsidiary house
judiciary councils. A trainee pro-
gram will be held in the fall in
the hope of orienting the house
Judie chairmen to their new posi-
tion and better preparing them
for their jobs.
Women's Judio seres as the
"appellate court" for the house
judiciary councils. Women who
feel that they have been unjustly
dea1t with by their individual
houses may appeal their cases to
Women's Judic.
Finally Judie is a court in which
m a j o r judiciary problems are
handled. These are cases concern-
ing drinking, excessive lateness,
and other violations of tniversity
rules.

Appointments to Women's Judic
are made in the spring through
League interviewing. There are
currently ten members of Wo-
men's Judic.
The goals of Women's Judiciary
Council can be summed up in
their three-C system of circuit,
coordination and cooperation. It
serves as a circuit court to the
individual houses. Working in co-
ordination with the Dean of Wo-
men's office and in cooperation
with Joint Judiciary Council, re-
presenting both men and women,
Women's Judiciary Council plays
an important role in the working
governmental structure of the
University.
CAFE
PROMETH EAN
Espresso Coffee House
Folk Music - Poetry - Jazz
open 'til 2A.M. Daily

~Il

-1

h house in Mary Markley
and Alice Lloyd Hall, repre-
tives from the smaller dorms
he three coops and the As-
ly Executive Board meet once
ik, This Oroup, known as the
nbly Dormitory Council, or
discusses problems, projects,
policy affecting independent
n at the University,
C sets up special committees
,vestigate the pros and cons
w legislation.

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