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TE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, Al

JJC Tries Student Offenders

FOUNDED IN 1890:
League Provides Traditional Services for Women

tion of an open or closed hearing.
JJC can impose either monetary
fines, social probation or both if
it brings in a finding of guilty.
It can also recommend suspen-
sion in which case the matter is
automatically referred for rehear-
ing to the University Committee
on Standards and Conduct, com-
posed of students and faculty.
Provide Forum
"The entire purpose of the
Council is to provide a forum for
review of student misconduct by
representatives of the student
body itself," explains a JJC state-
ment.
Adherents believe this is a much
more effective method for com-
munication and counseling on the
part of the student and the dis-
ciplinary body than is a con-
confrontation by a dean or other
administrative official.
Last semester JJC had a new
constitution drawn up in coopera-
tion with students and the Office
of Student Affairs. Among other
things it set up a final appeal
body composed of students and
faculty to review all cases where
students were suspended from
school.

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their
sides
from

stay at the University. Be-
this effort to aid students
abroad, the committee spon-

sors weekly "international teas,"
which are open to the public and
designed to provide opportunities
of benefit to both the foreign and-
American student.
Service Committees
Service committees are splitin-
to two categories: University and
community. The University Ser-
vices Committee cooperates with
the Michigan Union to manage
freshman orientation; the Com-
munity Services Committee pro-
vides organized opportunity for
volunteer work, as in hospitals
and orphanages.
The newest League committee
is called the Educational and Cul-
tural Affairs Committee. Its func-
tion is to provide intellectually
and culturally stimulating events.
Last year this committee offered
tickets ,to several major cultural
events in Ann Arbor at a flat rate
of considerable savings. It also
sponsors speakers and discussion
programs.I
Partial sponsorship of the an-

nual spring Creative Arts Festival
has been assumed in the past by
the Social Committee. In addition,
Hatcher teas, (which give stu-
dents the opportunity to meet Uni-
versity President Harlan Hatcher
and his wife at a tea in their
home), have also been sponsored
by the Social Committee.
Union-League Calendar
The Union-League calendar
which is sold all overthe campus
and designates the dates of all
major University events, is put
out by the League Public Relations
Committee and the Union. A
"Women's Roles and Rules" book-
let, an annual compilation of ex-
actly what the title implies, is
another project of the Public
Relations Committee.
Besides.giving University women
a chance to participate on their
various committees, the League
also organizes special activities for
each class, level.
Frosh Weekend is a spring event
which is supposed to give fresh-
men women the opportunity to
work closely togther and begin to
feel spirit as a class. Women are
divided up into two teams-the

QUIET ELEGANCE-Women students study in the library of the Michigan League. In addition
a snack bar, newspaper and candy stand and conference room the League also houses Lydia Mi
delssohn Theatre where plays are produced throughout the year. The League has been providi
services for women students since 1890.

maize and the blue-and each pro-
duces an original skit which is
presented at the Frosh Weekend
dance. The work of the two teams
is judged, and a winner an-
nounced.
Freshmen women may either
apply for a centkal committee po-
sition or work on a number of
committees which are organized
to put on the production.

by the junior women under the
sponsorship of the League. It is
an original play, and all of the
publicity, scenery, props, costum-
ing and makeup are done by the
students.
Soph Show attracts sophomores
who annually produce a Broad-
way musical. This production is
open to both men and women.
Hyde Park
Hyde Park, held on the Diag, is
usually sponsored several times
each fall by the League. The title
of the project is aptly imitative;
topics discussed at the "open
forums" in the past have ranged

widely from such things as whe
er the United Nations is effect
to the advisability of free lc
Student Government Council c
didates in the past have son
times given platform speeches
iyde Park.
Besides these varied activi
the League offers, its building p:
vides substantial service for
campus. Among the facilities
rooms for meetings, a cafete
snack bar, hotel and library
study. The library is an all-g
study hall every afternoon, a
every evening from 4-10 p.m. w
the exception of Saturday.

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Senior Night
At Senior Night graduating
women are honored. Past class
projects are discussed, and women
make their "declaration of status."
Junior Girls' Play is produced.

Council Participates in Rules Formul

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ibe, Streetsate $heet

One of the major boards is the
Human Relations Board, which
last year was instrumental in
getting the University to adopt a
stand on the need for a fair hous-
ing ordinance in the city of Ann
Arbor.
Important Issues
During the last academic year
SGC dealt with a number of im-
portant issues. A great deal of the
Council's time was spent on trying,
to straighten out the problem ,1
its authority in the area of mem-
bership selection practices of stu-
dent organizations.
Questions arose as to whether
Council had the authority from

the Regents to withdraw recogni-
tion from fraternities and sorori-
ties failing to comply with Uni-
versity regulations on member-
ship selection procedure. The con-
troversy arose when six sororities
challenged Council's authority to
dictate such practices to them,
since they claimed they were not
student organizations.
This spring the controversy was
settled when the Regents con-
firmed SGC's authority to act in
relation to srorities and fraterni-
ties. The Regents placed particular'
emphasis on SGC's authority to
enforce Regents bylaw 2-14 which,
prohibits discrimination in any
form within the University.

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NOTICE TO FRESHMEN:'

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Clues from Collins
U of M.shoppers guide I
Collins knows what U. of M. girls need for their
very special campus life. It's a life so special that
no hometown friends can fill you in on what's "just
right"! But you can rely on Collins 35 years of
"rightness" and experience with Ann Arbor Co-Eds!
don't be stuck !...with al the wrong
things for classes, dates, football games and teas.
wait !.buy in Ann Arbor!
bring . your parents to get acquainted with our
store and to meef our welcoming committee of
specially picked salespeople, and to
open charge accounts... for you
before they leave for home. Collins will be having
exciting .. .
Fashion shows. . . on Saturdays all
through the fall season that you won't want to
miss! Here at Collins you'll find brand names that
appear in every fashion magazine, names that
make clothes buying really exciting .. .

Uponentering the University of Michigan you will
be faced with the chore of finding the proper place
which will take care of your clothes, dry-cleaned
or laundered. To save you a lot of trouble trying
to find the right place by trial-or-error, we invite,
you cordially to stop in and get acquainted with us
-the right place for you, for service as you like
it-when you like it.
Everything brought in thoroghly cleaned and
expertly pressed; cuffs brushed and tacked, missing
buttons replaced, rips mended -all these extras
included at our regular, moderate prices.
GOLD BOND CLEANERS
515 East William
HOURS: 7-6 Mon.-Fri.
7-5 Sat.

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Prof. Robert L. Harris, of t
Law School submitted a plan
SGC earlier last year suggesth
a method of implementing SGC
authority to investigate, charges
discriminatory membership 'sele
tion practices. The Harris Repo
called for the creation of a men
bership judge who would have t
power "to impose appropria
sanctions upon recognized stude
groups found to be in violation
SGC rules" dealing. with membi
ship selection practices. .
The Office of Student Affa
staff and members of the Coun
are currently reviewing the Har
Report in efforts to have a co
crete plan for action prepar
when classes resume in the fal
Council was also involved
plans for a joint student-facu:
government. Committees paral
to the conmittee structure of t
University Senate's Senate A
visory Committee on Univers
Affairs were set up. The membi
of the SGC committees may
in on the corresponding SACU
committees only if they are 3
quested 'to do so by the memb.
of that committee.
Greater Concern
The rationale behind a stude
faculty government is that greal
student concern in problems of t
entire 'University would resuilt
students were given greater i
sponsibility in important decision
One of the biggest events to]h
campus politics last year was t
SGC referendum seeking to dete
mine whether the Univers
should retain membership in U:
NSA. The 'Council itself was divi<
ed on the issue and a vigore
battle was put up by both sid
The decision to retain NSA mei
bership ,won only by a narri
margin.
Council alto worked last year
prepare for the two day co
ference on the University to
held in late September or ear
October.
The conference joins facul
administrators and students
workshops dealing with questic
relating to the "present status ar
future prospects of the Unive
sity." This will be the second
such conferences.
In addition SGC worked
problems relating to women
hours, changes in the SOC o
ficer elections, student parki
problems, and the abolition
mandatory chaperone forms.

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Panhellenic Assoc iation Presents

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sold in Ann Arbor exclusively at Collins.
Shown at left: Quilted cotton skimmer,

ilotetnfhq
in Hill Auditorium-

available in red, blue or black print, worn with white long sleeve cotton
shirt-trimmed in lace: 25.95. Other Lanz originals are priced from 22.95.
Don't miss our "Lanz Circle" or clothes by:
Jantzen, Country Set, Miss Pat
College Town, Lampl, Susan Laurie, Wondamere,
and Country Miss-Sportswear. Great Six, Alpa-

Saturday-Sept. 14
General Tickets:

. 8:30 P.M.

E (7)n sale Mo~nadrav. Sentemhr 9th

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