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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

drangle Council Represents Men Residing in 'U' Residence I

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Inter-Quadrangle Council
presentative body for more
00 men in University resi-
Its..
aditional role is the over-
of student government
is within East, South and
quadrangles and acting as
son between students ahd
ni.
rear it succeeded in draw-
mtion by its activities in
Government Council elec-
nd by its strong support
start of co-educational
.South Quadrangle will
AC-educational this fall."

The chief aim of IQC is to
have the best possible communica-
tion between council residents so
that IQC programs will become
more meaningful and help in the
improvement of quadrangle life.
Pyramid Structure
IQC sits at the top of the pyra-
midal shaped resident hall gov-
ernment structure.
At . the bottom are the house
councils,, usually composed of
house officers and a representative
from each corridor.
House governments' main tasks
are to provide social and athletic

programs for the members. House
teams in a wide variety of sports,
from touch football and basket-
ball to table tennis and chess,
compete with squads from other
houses.
The social chairman arranges
social events with the women's
dormitories. These include mixers,
exchange dinners and picnics.
Academic Chairman
An academic chairman possesses
files of former final examinations
for the residents to peruse.
The housemother, resident direc-

tor and hall counselors usually
work closely with the house gov-
ernment in its programs.
At the next level is the quad-
rangle council, composed of each
house president, a representative
especially elected by each house
to serve on the quad council, and
quad officers.
The quad council carries on
functions similar to those of the
house level, but on a broader
scale.
Operate Library
Each of the three councils, for
instance, help to furnish and oper-

ate a quadrangle library, from
which residents may borrow books
and records.
Each quadrangle also sponsors
its own Christmas dance, and at-
tempts to provide weekly first
class movies at the rate of 25 cents
a head.

It co-sponsors the annual IQC-
Assembly Association Sing, a con-
cert and provides summer storage
for returning students. An Inter-
national chairman attempts to
help foreign students and Ameri-
cans become better acquainted.
Composition

Finally, the quad council holds) IQC itself is composed of the

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exclusive authority for the deter-
mination of dress regulations for
meals.
As well as coordinating all these
activities, IQC carries on service
projects of its own.

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quad presidents, and another rep-
resentative from each quad, and
its officers: a president, vice-
president and secretary-treasurer.
Judiciary functions are handled
on all three levels of the council.
Judic works closely with staffmen,
serving as a disciplinary body
within their own jurisdictions.
The chairman of IQC Judic, one
of the few campus judiciaries to
make provisions for public hear-
ings at the request of the defend-
ant, sits on IQC. The most com-
mon infractions are violations of
quiet hours and the University
rule banning liquor within the
residence halls.

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The members do their sailing at
Base Lake where the club has fa-
cilities on land which is owned by
the University of Michigan. The
facilities include a boathouse,
dock, and running water.
The sailing fleet, owned by the
club, includes nine jet-14 class
boats and one tech dinghy. In ad-
dition there is one large boat with
an outboard motor, which is used
to assist sailboats in trouble and
to supervise racing. Also, the club
has a swimming raft and an out-
door barbeque grill for the use of
the members.
The University Sailing team is
sponsored by the club. It com-
petes''inintercollegiate-regattas
weekly, during the spring and fall
sailing seasons. Last year they
qualified for the nationals, which
were held in Los Angeles.
Sponsors Regatta
Twice a year, in the spring and
fall, the club sponsors its home
regatta which finds teams from
as far away as the East Coast
competing at 'Base Lake.
In addition to the intercollegiate
racing, the club has intra-club
races each Sunday morning. Each
semester, the best sailors in the
club who are not members of the
sailing team compete for the hon-
or of being the best of skill in the
club.
At all times other than Sunday
morning,. many members can use
the club boats for pleasure sailing.
Some members even bring their
own boats- to use at the club.

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