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SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1926
THE MT-HTr.AM DATT .Y
i-2LlIA MTif V!"lAN flLATIV
SE R jHSAB iLeague Considers Opinions On
More Active Student Control
PRUT( I TOH|IAM
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Dr. Bell Presents InIrminural Cup To
j Kappai Dell ia Ten m At Anauaal
PRESENT SPORT AWARDS
Announcement was made of the se-
lection of the all-star basketball team,
by Miss Laurie Campbell, of the physi-.
cal education department, at the an-
nual basketball supper held at 6:30
0'clock last night at Joe Parker's.
The following women made the team:
J IHelen Beaumont, '28Ed, Evelyn Og-
born, '29, Alice Felske, '27Ed, Myra
Finsterwald, '27Ed, Irene Field, '27Ed,I
and Norma Clarke, '26. Norma Bar-
low, '26Ed, and Aileen Miller, '27, re-
ceived honorable mention.
The program for the banquet open-
ed with original songs and stunts by
the interclass teams. Following the'
stunts, Miss Pauline Hodgson, of the
physical education department, spoke
on intramural basketball. Miss Laurie
Campbell, also of the department,
spoke of interclass basketball, and
the work of the W. A. A. in managing
the sport, After her speech, Miss
Campbeliannounced the all-star team.
Dr. Margaret Bell, of the physical eda-
cation department, presented the in-
tramural cup to the Kappa Delta team,
winners of the season's intramural
tournament. Alice Felske, ',27 Ed, cap-
tain of the junior class team, win-
5 ers of the interclass tournament,
gave a short talk, following the pre-
sentation of basketball awards by Dr.
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Answers to the questionnaires sent The second question, "Would you
out several weeks ago by the office of support their decisions," was respond-
the Women's league, dealing with stu- ed to by 374 affirmatives and 32 nega-
dent government, have been compiled tives. Provision was made by some
and are being considered by the concerning the fairness of the de-
judiciary council of the Women's cisions. But one answered emphatic-
league. The questionnaire reads as ally, "Yes, anything to have student
'follows: "We are trying to get an es- government!"
timate of exactly how ready the wo- 1 The third question was, "Would you
men students on this campus are for cooperate to see that the penalties as-
a more active student government. signed by this body were effectively
Will you make your answers thought- carried out?" To this there were 357
ful, comprehensive and definite? affirmatives and 42 negatives. A few
"If the Judiciary council were to be- stipulated that the fairness of the pen-
come as effective a body as described alty would decide them, and one pre-
in the constitution: 'The judiciary ferred not to interfere.'
council shall have charge of such mat- The last question which concerned
tors of conduct, house, and campus the type of offienses that should come
regulation as shall be referred to t before the judiciary council brought
by the board of directors, the board the following response: 253 approved
of representatives, the dean of women, moral offenses, and 237 approved of
or the executive committee of any difficulties with the landlady being so
house or dormitory,' would you, as an adjusted, while 218 thought excess
individual, assume promptly the re- tardiness should be dealt with by this
sponsibility of reporting those cases group. Of the 153 who answered neg-
of infringement of the rules that atively or disapproved of moral of-
should come to the attention of this fenses being referred to the council
body." the following opinions were given:
The answers to this question were "Absolutely no, because I think stu-
242 affirmuative, and 145 negative. One dent judgment is immature, prejudiced
answered, "As an individual I believe and unstable." "This is not a matter!
my responsibility does not lie in mind- 'to be considered by an unexperienced
ing other people's affairs." Another body." "General student activities and
answered, "I know I should assume not individual cases should be the
this responsibility in order to main- field of student government." One
tain a high standard, but I also know suggested that the council recommend
I would hesitate to report a case." disciplinary methods.
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Pictures of the candidates for pres-
ident and vice-president of the Wo-
men's league with a description of
their activities on the campus wereI
distributed yesterday to the dormi-
tories, league houses, and sororities
as has beenthe practice in previous
The election will take place on
April 8 at University hall. Tire W. A.
A. and Y. W. C. A. will hold their re-
spective elections at the same time.
Dorothy Malcolmson, '27, Marjorie
Miller, '27, and Evelyn Murray, '27,
are candidates for the presidency of
the league, while Margaret Nichols,,
'27, and Helen Reece, '27, will vie for
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Meets With Grand
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, executive
secretary of the alumnae council, vis-
ited the Grand Rapids group Wednes-
day of last week, and met with its
advisory council regarding the plans
for the completion of their pledge of
$75,000 to the Women's league build-
Following the meeting of the execu-
tive council and the past presidents of
the club, a large group meeting was
held last Wednesday night. Mrs. Law-
rence Smith, '02, president of the
Grand Rapids chapter, had charge of
It was reported that $3,000 will
probably be raised by the completion
of the vanishing parties which have
been in vogue for the last year. A
plan for underwriting a new pledge
of $10,000 was discussed.
N OTICES orMary Kent Miller, 5095 before Mon-
Freshman women who are eligible
Kappa Phi will hold a meeting at and have not yet had the opportunity
5:0ocoktdynWelyhl. to try out for the pageant will have
There will be an important meet- their last chance this morning, from
i fThe willberan iporath ee- 10 to 11 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell An-
ingof the members of the League of gell hall. Tryouts are requested to
WmnVoters at 4 o'clock Monday come dressed in natural dancing cos-
in the Athena room, Angell hall. tunics or gymnasium outfits.
Members of the board of directors of
the Women's league will meet at 9' Member of the National Women's
t o'clockthis morning in room 110 f I Party are sponsoring a motor speak-
the ibrary.k hing tour of two of their members to
The breakfast of the outdoor club arouse women voters to the import-
has again been postponed until fur-ance of electing women officers. In
ther notice. 'Ohio it is expected that the candidacy
Will the members of the Girl's Glee of Miss Florence Allen, judge of the
club, who will be able to sing at the state Supreme court, will be hailed4
Women's club at 3:30 o'clock Tues- an exceptional opportunity to put a
day, please call Loretta Cooper, 8817, woman in the United States Senate.
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