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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Le-ague Plans
Mass Meeting
For Thursday
Officers To Explain Duties
Of Major Positions To
Juniors, Sophomores
A mass meeting of all sophomore
and junior women interested in ap-
plying for major League positions has
been scheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
Jean Seeley, '36, announced yester-
day.
The purpose of the meeting is to
acquaint the individuals interested in
applying for positions with the duties
of the various offices, Miss Seeley
said. The meeting is being held es-
pecially for junior women although,
sophomores may attend as there are
two sophomore positions on the Ju-
diciary Council, according to Wini-
fred Bell, '36, chairman.
Merit System Explained
Miss Seeley will address the group,
explaining the duties of the president
and members of the executive coun-
cil. Margaret Hiscock, '36, is to dis-
cuss the work of the committees, and
Miss Bell will relate the duties of
the Judiciary Council as well as the
merit system used in the appoint-
ment of officers.
Eligibility for the positions will be
as defined in the University rules. Pe-
titions must be filed in the Under-
graduate Office before Saturday, Feb
29, Miss Bell said. All applicants
willbetinterviewed from March 2 to
14 by the Judiciary Council.
15 Positions Open
Petitions may be filed for the fol-
lowing positions: president of th
League; three vice-presidents, to be
chosen from the College of Litera-
ture, Science and The Arts, the
School of Music, and the School o:
E d u c a t i o n; secretary-treasurer
chairman of the theatre-arts, orien
tation, publicity, house-reception, so-
cial and merit system committees;
and sophomore and junior positions
on the Judiciary Council.
One person will be recommende
for each position by the Judiciary
Council. These recommendation
will be considered by the Undergrad
uate Council in making their final de
cisions. On the case of the presiden
and secretary-treasurer of the
League, the selections will be made
by a special board composed of fac
ulty members and students.

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Well here is Stephanie back at her old typewriter in an attempt to give

Council Acts
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CHILD STUDY GROUP TO MEET STANLEY CHORUS TRYOUTS WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
The Pre-school Child Study Group Tryouts for Stanley Chorus will be A series of basketball games for all
of the American Association of Uni- held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. today, to- women students will start at 4:15 p.m.
versity Women, will meet at 8:00 p.m. morrow and Thursday at the League. today in Barbour Gymnasium, ac-
tonight at the home of Mrs. John The schedule for tryouts is Mosher cording to an announcement made
Morrow of 1003 Miller Ave. Mrs. A. Jordan and Adelia Cheever today; yesterday by Janet Allington, '38, and
J. Rousseau will speak on the sub- Betsy Barbour, Helen Newberry and Virginia Nimmo, '37, basketball man-
ject of "Fears in Children." League houses tomorrow agers.

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you all a brief survey of this past week-end . . . and what a week-end. With Coundlc.ary ,
parties . . . dinners . . . and dances filling every possible minute, it is little Juliciay unci anges
wonder that people found it hard to believe that classes and a new semester Semester Regulations To
really began yesterday morning You may perhaps feel a bit tired and worn Year Basis
out after all your strenuous activities . . . but we bet that there isn't
one of you you wouldn't say it was worth it. A change in regulations concern-
It seems rather appropriate that J-Hop should fall on Valentine's day ing lateness of women students hao
. . . and it is too bad that it doesn't happen more often. The committee been passed by the judiciary council,
certainly took advantage of that little fact that year by using the Valentine according to Winifred Bell, '36, chair-
motif in the decorations . . . programs and favors . . . and the tickets. ForacodntoWifeBl,'3,hir
those of you who were not there . . . here is ashort review of the general man of the council.
scheme of things. The ceiling of the Intramural building was covered in Under the new rule, lateness shall
blue . . . around the ballroom were the booths . . . silver in color with large be cumulative for the period of one
circular entrances and decorated on the inside with yellow. The orchestras year. The fifth lateness of an indi-
played from behind large valentines done in white and red. Above the vidual for one semester shall be re-
patrons' booth was a large silhouetted valentine . . . and in the center of ported to the chairman of the judi-
the ballroom and suspended from the ceiling was a large revolving mirrored ciary council, as will the seventh late-
globe. ness of the year. Also a lateness ex-
ceeding 30 minutes is to be reported
Yalent ine Motif Is Used A t J-Hop . . . to the Council by the head of the
VresidenceH Students guilty of viola-

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The programs and favors were card cases done in red leather and bearing
on the cover a hand tooled University of Michigan coat of arms . . . and in-
cidentally . . . the dye for this coat of arms was made especially for this
year's program as the large crest has never been used before. The only other
dye was cast two years ago for the J-Hop program . . . but it was a very small
die and was used inside the program on the last page.
As we sauntered about from one booth to another we saw just about
everyone we ever knew but here are a few names for you. We might as well
start with the Phi Psi booth . . . or we should say booths because somehow
or other they rated two of them. We will start with them because they
took the honors that night with two of their members on the committee .
Ben Cox . . . general chairman . . . and James Briegel . . . music . . . and
then too it seemed that never every Phi Psi in town was there. Now for the
girls who were there . . . Mary Agnew . . . Harriet Shackleton . . . Marcia
Connell . . . Ronnie Stilson . . . Helen Strand . . . Shuann Welch . . . and
Sylvia Callender. Sylvia is a newcomer to campus this semester. She is a
transfer from the East . . . we hear. Adeline and Phil Singleton were also
on the Phi Psi party. We are not just sure who their respective dates were
cause when we saw them they were together. Phil . . . you will remember
. . . was J-Hop chairman two years ago.
In The Theta Xi Booth.. .
Right next door to the Phi Psis were the Theta Xis . . . We saw Barb
Hanna and Duck Norman . . . Gretchen Bowman and Chris Wagner . . .
Loraine DeWaele and Bob Thorne . . . Sally Salisbury and Paul Simpson
. . . and Bertha Schmidt and Carl Abbott who was chairman of the floor
committee. After the hop the Theta Xis had a huge breakfast party at
the house and much fun was had by all. The next night the same crowd
assembled at the Union for a private dinner party which was followed by
a formal dance at the house.
The Chi Psi booth was across the floor . . right next to Jan Garber
. The D.K.E.'s and the Alpha Delts also shared that booth so it was quite
a party. We saw Lola Campbell with Bill Oliver . . . Esh Greenwood with
George Atherton. . . Honey Rietdyk with Fred Mitchell . . . Harriet Hath-
away with Tommy Sullivan . . . Mary MacIvor with Harry Collins . . . and
Ann Gifford with Bob Campbell. The activities at the Chi Psi house were
a bit varied but conservative . . . but of special note was their formal dinner
dance at the house on Saturday night.

tion of this rule shall be dealt with at
the discretion of the chairman of the
council.
Previously, lateness was cumula-
tive for one semester only, and the
fifth lateness of the semester was re-
ported. In this way women could
have four latenesses a semester with-
out being reported and start each
semester with a clean slate, according
to Miss Bell.
Therefore, the new regulation was
adopted because it was considered
fairer. No student will be able to
take advantage of latenessrduring
vacation or examination period be-
cause such lateness will be carried
over from the first to the second se-
mester, she said.
A.A.U.W. GROUP TO MEET
The Book Review Section of the
A.A.U.W. will meet at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Laurence
Thomas, 1318 Minerva Road.
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