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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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[f1 |Pu SELF-GOVERNMENT
OF MICHIGAN DELEGA
DLPILIQ'Self-government, the point system,
the sponsor system for freshman
w.-e:1, and the smoking question
Kapp aDelta, Betsy Barbour, Hi Beta w aimong the problems brought;
llii andi Zone 3 Are Victors In
Fir one Dy Are rse b o . the delegates to the third bien-
ntal convention of the Intercollegate
60;01 SEASON IS EXPECTED '"a~sation of women students, heldj
E lat week at the University of iiii-
First prelimninary games of the in- os
raural bseallurament wete -Of particular interest to Michfgan
tramural baseball tournament were was the discussion of women's self-'
played off yesterday afternoon at Pal- government, since it was based on a
mer field and the outlook suggests report by Evelyn Murray, '27, presi-.
one of. the best tournaments of the dent of the Women's league, who with
year. KappA'Delta playing Delta Betty Nutt, '28, president-elect for
Gamma were easily the winners of 1927-28, represented Michigan at the
their game by a score of 29-3, Mar- convention.
garet McNally, '27, pitched and allow- Miss Maria Leonard, dean of women
ed only three runs while Betty Nutt, at Illinois, who welcomed the guests,
'28, pitching for Delta Gamma was i strossed sump icity, sincerity, and re-
not so successful in preventing hits finem' nt as a strong thread which
by the opposite side. Most of the shou:d be wcven through the work of;
hits were made-in the second inning. women students, while President I
Betsy Barbour easily overcame Kinley, of Illinois, made a plea for
Couzens hall by a score of 15-0. interest by women in affairs of life
Francis Miller, '29, pitched for the both in and out of college.
dormitory team and prevented her In describing Michigan's system of
opponents from making any hits, none self-government, Miss Murray dwelt
even reaching first base. Martha particularly upon the work of the
Cook played 'fI Beta Phi and was Judiciary council: "Our judiciary
beaten by a score of 3-1.. council consists of five girls, three
Alpha Omicrom Pi played Zone 3 seniors and two juniors elected at'
and the final score of the game was general women elections in the spring.
7-6 in favor of 2one 3. We feel that this number is ideal, for

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T E A T CONV EN T ION 1 ~"4_AEBALL TO SUPPORT JUDICIARY R
Interclass baseball practices
it is uneven and it gives opportunity ,will begi this afternoon at 4 Regulations relative to the grant- living at dor
for difference in opinion. 1 o'clock at Palmer field. Team ing of special late permission were are not all
"We feel that self-government is managers will be elected, and brought up recently at a join, meet- at their so
most worth while because it gives it is urged that as many as pos- ing of the Board of Directors, the without pen
every student a chance to be judged ! sible come out. Board of Representatives, and the Ju- "In order
by a group of students who are inter- I Juniors and seniors practice i diciary council of the Women's leagie. . in
este(I in student's welfare, a group at 4 o'clock, and freshmen and they were revised as follows:, and rules f
who know and can understand, often sophomores at 5 o'clock every "The house chaperone may grant sion,"all l h
in a much more sympathetic way'| Tuesday and Thursday. special permission in the following quested to
than any one person would be able to instances: A. For a theater at which members of
do. We have tried to feel in each attendance is required for a Univer- ests of a su
c t year thatit was our op- FRESHMEN ASKED sity class; a Detroit theater Friday ernmtnt the
portunity to aid and not discipline. For Saturday night or a special Ann operate with
"I think that one of the most de- TO PAY FEE TODAY Arbor theater that occurs during enforcing th
batable questions in connection with itheweek. B. For return from a week- 'The hons
a Judiciary council such as ours is With less than one-tenth of the end visit from a place where the women issue
whether each case should be treated sd railroad connection obliges one to be the Women
as an individual one, or whether a necessary sum required to meet the bakbfre4ococ rnt ni ti on
certain violation should alwayshbe expenses of the pageant raised as kklation of th
retedthesam.yPacla p.a result of the first day of the finance after 11 o'clock. are not sub
ence has taught us that in spite of the drive, freshmen women are urged to Permission to attend a Detroit the actionc
fact that we realize many complex ( cooperate with the committee by pay- theater on a week night and per-
circumstances surround each case, ing the fee of one dollar today, at the mission to spend the night out of the
for example, intoxication, it is best booth in the basement of Barbour house on a week nigltt may be grant-
that the action itself be considered. gymnasium. This is the final day set ed only by the office of Advisers.-Let
It is only fair to all, that each viola- by the committee under Laurabelle IWeek-ends terminate Sunday at 11 P.
tion should receive the same penalty, # Chipman, general tdeasurer of the M. and no one may remain away
pageant, for the raising of the $175 Sunday night without special per- Good I
which will be used for the programs, mission."
Seniors M ay M ake costumes, and music for the dances. With regard to the above clause re- Ri
i If the goal is not reached by the vol- lating to overnight absence, there
Party A.pplications untary paying of the fee, a thorough seems to have been some confu
Scanvassof the sororities, dormitories in connection with remaining over-
i and league houses will be made. night at sororities. Sorority women
Senior women of all schools will be
permitted to make applications for

MISS LLOYD NOTICES
?EGULATIONS
There will be practice from 8 to
9 o'clock this mnorning for those wvho
mitories or league houses av1 taing life-saving tests Thurs-
owed to spend the night day night.
Arority during the week tea for women students will be
isi~iO. held from 8 to 5:10 tomorrow at the
that there may be no Hillel foundation.
regard to the house rules Tryouts for Freshman pageant will
for granting late pernis- be held at 5 o'cloctk today in Barbour
louse presidents rare re- gysmnasium.
read this notice to the All hostesses at the league bridge
the house. In the inter- Ati gisen A 23 aease to
ccessful student self-gov- parties given Aprlee b3are aFred to
ey are also asked to co-Ithe procee lsEby Froff
the Judiciary council in Saturday of this week to Ellen Groff.
ese rules. -atroniz- Daily Advertisers
e rules for undergraduate
ed by the Women's league,
's self-government asso----
e University of Michigan,
ject to change except by! Mrs. H. W. Cake is going
Df the Women's league."
abroad again this summer an4
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REAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI
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To take out in Quarts and Pints or nore on
TUESIDAY - THURSDAY - SUNDAY
EVENINGS
UTTLES LUNCH

senior ball tickets, Richard West-
nedge, x'27, chairman of the invitations
committee announced yesterday. The
affair, which is limited to 325, is plan-
ned for seniors only, and elaborate
preparations are under way for mak-
ing the last social function of the,
class of 1927 an occasion to be re-
membered. Announcement of the'se-!
lection of the orchestra will be made
soon.

YPSILANTI NORMAL CONCERT
COURSE

GEORGES IIARREIIE
Flute

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Harpsichord

Theater
TODAY AND TOMORROW

LAST CONCERT

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Old E glish Harpsichord Pieces
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A most extraordinary collection of
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COATS
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S UITS
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