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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1927
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Emphasizes Mack Of Interest As Great
Fault Of Interfraternity Body
in Way Of Its SucBess
"If anyone has any practical stng-'
gestions which might strengthen the
effectiveness of the Inter-fraternity
council,". Joseph A. Bursley, Dean of
Students, declared yesterday, "the Uni-
versity will be only too willing to co-
operate to the utmost degree. By'
means of the council the fraternities
L;ave the chance to greatly benefit the
niversity, but for five or six years'
the possibilities of the organization
have been allowed to lie dormant."
The chief trouble with the council'
at present, according to the Dean, is
the lack of interest shown by the mem-
bers. Two 'ears ago the constitution
was revised in an attempt to make
the body more effective and create
some semblance of interest in it. How-i
ever, it is the opinion of Dean Bursley,
that the atteiwpt has failed, for a good
attendance at the council meetings has
not occurredl except on the few oc--
casions when the University authori-
tips took matters in their own hands,
ax d started proceedings failing to
meet the approval of the fraternities.
Such an occasion, declared Dean Burs-}
ley has hardly arisen since the Univer-
sity was forced to act on the matter
of house dances, due to the failure ofI
the council to iake use of it's privi- i
leges. When anything -of a positive
nature is to be "done, the council re-
fuses to take .the initiative due to the!
lack of interest on the part of thej
members, he continued.
As one means of inyproving the ef-
ficiency of the Inter-fraternity council,
the Dean suggested permanent dele-
gates from the various fraternities.
"With the present method whereby
whoever happens to be around the day'
of the meeting is sent by the president
of the fraternity to represent the
house, there can be nothing but ig-
norance of the business carried on,
and consequent apathy with those at-
tending." He recommended that each
fraternity have the same members at-
tend all of the meetings of the council,
thus making for an increase in ef-
"It is indeed too bad," maintained
Dean Bursley, "that the Inter-frater-
nity council, with all its possibilities
for the bettering of relations between
the fraternities and the University, is
not a live organization. By taking'
the inititative on many of the matters
affeeting fraternities, the council could
would benefits, not only for its mem-
bers, but aleo for the University."
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AMP CUSTER QUOTA FOR PROBATION OF DR. COOK MAY TEST 'UNIONMEALS ARE
UMMER STILL UNFILLED CONSTITUTIONALI TY OF RECENT LAW SERVED ON PORCH
(fly Associated Press)
)ETROIT, June 1.-Colonel Ray- ,' Assoced Press) the trial judge "in some respects pow With the advent of warm weather,
oORT WORTH, Tex., June L-The or not enjoyed by the President of the Union has sarted serving n-eaIs
and Sheldon,' who will command;
mp Custer this summer where m'ore foi tunes which raised Dr. Frederick the United States," is scheduled to n the screened-in porch on the south
an 1,000 Michigan men will receive A. Cook to the hEights of interna- ake its form and perhaps to meet its side of the biilding. The porch is;in
Michgan ook eigts tke prhap toconnection with the main (lining-room.
ining in American citizenship, lead- tional acclamation because he was be- death largely through the instrumen- This plan will continue duringthe
hip, anl sports of all kinds, left for lieved to have discovered the North of Dr. Cook.his plan will continue during the
imp Custer yesterday to be stationed Pole, and loweied him to the deptli Ls Februar'y 1, D Cook filed ap- Isummer and into the early fall.
ere until August 15. of a penitentiary cell, have again fo- licatione in the United States district
Tn ddition to the Citizens Miliitary cussed national interest on him in alCourt here for probation, which was a festfof the Probation Act before the
,ing Camp students who will re-!test of the constitutionaliuy of ,f((10- granted March 17 by Judge Wilson ,sureme court in order to settle a
ive training, more than 500 reserve ral law. tvee ho also suspended payment of thel wide variety of controversial points,
iceis ad units of the 2nd United The noted explorer, convicted Here $12,000 fine. Dr. Cook was not releas- It was agreed that Dr. Cook would re-
ates Infantry regiment will be train- in 1923 of using the mails to defraud ed, however, for immediately the De- nain in the penitentiary until the su-
g at Canp Custer beginning early in oil pr omotion activities, has become ;cpartment of Justice, government at- p1eme court had passed on the case.
June. the storm center of a legal tangletorneys, attorneys for Dr. Cook, and
Michigan has not enrolled its quota which has conusedudicial minds Judge Wilson agreed to make the case Patronize Daily Advertiser
1878'or this year's camp, as there throughout the country.
e several vacancies still left. When The Probation Act of March 4, 1:25,
ese vacancies are filled no more ap characterized by Judge James GT.
icaiits wil be enrolled. Wilson, Fort Worth, Tex., as giving
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Pelletier Doisy, French flyer, an d Conin, his relief pilot will attempt
to establish a new world's record fo r distance from Paris to Karachi, In-
dia. They are planning to hop off so on in a Lorraine plane which is driven
by a 650 horse-power motor.
New Club Will Hearf
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, of the en-
gineering school, will address the!
Jaclson Engineer's club tonight at
the Hayes Hotel, Jackson, following
a banquet which will be held in the I
ballroom at 6:30 o'clock. This clubj
is a newly-formed organization, this
being only its third meeting, and itj
expected that the Dean will make his
address on topics of general interest,
to the engineers, touching upon the
work that can be done by the clu>
h i Jackson.
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