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March 21, 1940 - Image 6

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Four Council
Offices Open
Panhellenic Interviewing
To Close Tomorrow
Interviewing for the four offices of
Panhellenic Association will be heldf
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. today and to-
morrow in the Council room in the
Undergraduate Office.
All junior women who are mem-
bers of the PanhellenicCouncil and
who have petitioned for the offices
must come to be interviewed, Barbara
Bassett, '40, president of Panhellenic
announced. Interviews will be con-
ducted by the present executive coun-
cil of the Atssociation.
Positions which will be filled fol-
lowing the interviews include presi-
dent, secretary, treasurer and rush-
ing secretary of Panhellenic. The
positions are now held by Miss Bas-
sett, Frances Kahrs, '40, Jean Thomp-
son, '40, and Beth O'Roke, '40, re-

Sunrise Service
To Be Sponsored
By Church Unit
Easter music by an instrumental
soloist as well as group singing will
be included in the sunrise service to
be given by the students of the Con-
gregational Fellowship, Sunday, in
commemoration of Easter. Everett
Sheldon, Grad., and Howard Fox,
'40E, will lead the program which will
be held at 7ha.m. in the Congrega-
tional Church. .
Breakfast will be served immedi-
ately following the program in the
Assembly rooms of the church. Reser-
vations for this breakfast, which will
be open to members of the congre-
gation as well as students of the Fel-
lowship, must be made by tomorrow,
Jeannette Drake, '40, chairman of
the affair, has announced. Assisting
Miss Drake are Mary Edith Riner,
'43; William Riner, '41; and Jim
Davidson, '40E.

Patron Names
Are Announced!
For Slide Rule
Eleventh Annual Affair
To Be Held March 29
In Ballroomn Of Union
President and Mrs. Ruthven head
the list of patrons for the eleventh
annual Slide-Rule Ball, to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, March
29, in the Union Ballroom.
Other patrons are Dean Emeritus
M. E. Cooley, Dean Emeritus and
Mrs. H. C. Sadler, Dean and Mrs.
J. A. Bursley, Dean and Mrs. A. H.
Lovell, Dean and Mrs. C. T. Olm-
cted, Dean and Mrs. W. B. Rea, Prof.
C. G. Brandt, and Prof. and Mrs. B.
F. Bailey. The list continues with
Prof. and Mrs. O. W. Boston, Prof.
and Mrs, E. M .Bragg, Prof. and Mrs.
J. H. Cannon, Col. and Mrs. B. D.
Edwards, Prof. and Mrs. E. L. Erick-
sen, Prof .and Mrs. L. M. Gram, Prof.
and Mrs. H. H. Higbie, and Prof.
and Mrs. C. T. Johnson.
Also on the patrons list are Prof.
and Mrs. H. E. Keeler, Prof. and Mrs.
H. W. Miller, Prof. and Mrs. J. O.
Ormondroyd, Prof. and Mrs. E. A.
Stalker, Prof. and Mrs. A. E. White,
Prof. and Mrs. A. H. White, Prof.
and Mrs. R. S. Hawley, Prof. and Mrs.
F. N. Menefee, Prof. and Mrs. A. D.
Moore, and Prof. and Mrs. J. A.
Vanden Broek.
Other patrons are Prof. and Mrs.
E. T. Vincent, Prof. and Mrs. L. A.
Baier, Prof. and Mrs. P. D. Brackett,
Prof. and Mrs. F. A. Mickle, Prof.
and Mrs. E. S. Pettyjohn, Prof] and
Mrs. W. C. Sadler, Prof. and Mrs.
M. B. Stout and Prof. and Mrs. R. S.

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(Editor's Ncte: Harry M. Kelsey, as
Guest Columnist, is responsible for
any opinion expressed herein.)
We men have, now and again, per-j
used the lucid copy of the young lady
whose writings usually occupy this
column. On Sundays we've been in
the habit of taking a few Fem-Inan-
ities with our breakfast. We've
wanted for a long time to give the
men's viewpoint of the women's view-
point, so here goes.
First of all, we realize that we are
not justified in challenging the pri-
vilege of the Women to set forth
their opinions, whatever we may
think of them. Was it not the great
Voltaire who said, "I wholly disagree'
with what you say, but I'll defend
to my death your right to say it?"
Viva Voltaire!
Secondly, we would hardly dare
to even say we disagree with their
point of view. When the women dis-
agree with us, they come over and
have a discussion. When we disagree
with the women, we go over and
start an argument. That's their
claim, anyway.
That leaves one path open to us,
so let's explore it. How about the
logic whereby the women reach their
conclusions? We looked for it. We
tried to find it. We searched for it.
We gave up. There just ain't no
such animule.
We've decided there's such a thing
as being too popular for The Daily.
Yes, we mean Vicki with Over Here
and Sevi with Femr-Inanities. You
can't dodge them.


For Assembly
Is Announced
Constitution To Be Ratified
Today; Board Includes
Officers And Delegates
Ratification of the new Assembly
Constitution will constitute the ma-
jor portion of the business of the As-
sembly Board meeting to be held as
4:15 p.m. today in the League.
Among the changes made in th
structure of Assembly is the reorgan-
ization of the Assembly Council to b
known in the future as the Assembly
Executive Board. The Board will con-
sist of the four officers of Assembly
delegates from each dormitory, th
presidents and secretary-treasurer
of the Ann Arbor Independents anc
the League House group.
Officers To Be Appointed
The officersh ofAssembly wil b
appointed by the outgoing Executie
Board instead of chosen by electior
by the Assembly Board, to be knowr
as the Assembly Association.
The Assembly Association will stil
be composed of representatives cho-
sen by the women from each dormi-
tory, League House and zone. Al-
though every independent woman or
campus automatically belongs tc
Assembly, the Assembly Associatio
will comprise the voting body of As-
To Include Beta Kappa Rho
Assembly is also incorporating Bet
Kappa Rho, honorary association o
women who do not legally reside i
Ann Arbor but are working and livin
in private homes. With the inclusio
of Beta Kappa Rho, all independen
women have been given representa
tion and active powers in Assembly.
Assembly Association meetings ar
open to all independent women re
gardless of their representation; how
ever, they will not have voting powe
All representatives on the presen
Board will have to present their eligi
bility cards in order to vote toda3
Mary Frances Reek, '40, Assembl
president, said. It is desirable tha
all the women on the Board appear fo
this meeting because of its import
ance, Miss Reek continued.
Interviewing Ends
Today At League
Final interviewing for those wh
have petitioned for League Counc
and Judiciary Council positions wi
take place from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.n
today in the Undergraduate Offic
of the League, it was announced yes
terday by Betty Slee, '40, chairman c
udiciary Council.
Positions open on the League Coun
cil are president, vice-president i
charge of the tutorial system an
vice-president in charge of orient.
tion and chairmen of the merit sys
tem, social, candy booth, ballroo
-ancing classes and theatre-ar

Officers Are Entertained
One national officer and two gradu-
ate officers were entertained last
weekend by the local chapter of The-
ta Delta Chi. They were: Burton L.
King, national president; Norman
Hackett, graduate secretary and J.
Russel Whitmore, graduate treasurer.
Tom Daly, undergraduate secretary,
was also among the honored guests.



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Dr. L. A. Parr To Speak
Concluding the Fellowship Lenten
series at the Congregational Church
on Sunday evening, Dr. Leonard A.
Parr will speak on "Personal Tri-
umph." The speech will follow the
weekly supper which will be held at
6 p.m. in the church house. Philip
Heuman, '41, will be in charge of the
program for the evening.

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