WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27,1946
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For A ulWUd Ball
Duties of League Judiciary Council Explained
Junior Assistants Will Conduct
Tours To Acquaint Women
With Building, Varied Activity
The first League Open House to be
presented since the fall of 1942 will
be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in
All women on campus, especially
those who are interested in petition-
ing for League positions are urged
to attend the Open House.
Will Explain Activities
There will be a meeting at 4 p.m.
in the League Ballroom to explain
petitioning for all League Activiles.
There will be tours of the building
covering all the student rooms and
uses of the rooms will be explained.
The tours will be conducted by junior
assistants in women's activities.
Coeds will be met at the front and
side doors, and there will be groups
of tours beginning at 2 p.m. continu-
ing throughout the afternoon.
"The Open House, which is a re-
vival of an old tradition and which
will be continued from now on each
year before petitioning, provides an
opportunity for all campus coeds to
become acquainted with the work-
ings of the League Council and all
other women's activities," according
to Nora MacLaughlin, president of
the League Council.
Zones To Hold
HE second League House Dance of
the semester will be held from 2
p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the League
Ballroom, Rosalyn Long, general
chairman, announced yesterday.
Women residents of league house
zones T, II and III will act as host-
esses for Saturday's dance. Only
coeds from these zones will be ad-
mitted and no tickets will be sold at
A meeting for all tutors will be held
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
The room will be posted and students
are reminded that tutors are still
needed in math, chemistry, physics
and sociology. To be eligible to tutor,
a coed must have received an A in
the subject or a B if it is her major.
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717 N. University Ave.
Announcen w md ester-
day of coed appuintmenots to the cen-
tral comnnmtee ci Asrnly-Panhel
Ball to be held la r t spring by
Marian Johnson and Helen AlpertL
presidents of Panhel and Assmbly.
Margaret 'hompon of Stokwll
and Co'ec ide, Gamma Pi P eta,
have been appointed general co-
chairmen o the annual Will. Vinia
Olherdint;, Alpha Ihi, and ean Eng-
strom (,f Mosher w ile titkelt co-
o y Coer,Alpha Chi
Omegaa(nd Jeanne Clare of Martha
Cook ha ' be named finance co-
chairmen. The decorm:ons co-chair-
manship wiii t be handled by Barbara
Hitchcock (f Belsy Barbour and Les-
lie McVey. Zeta Tan Alpha.
Music and programs will be under
the co-direction of Sah Simons of
Stockwell and los Iverson, Alpha
Delta Pi. Marie N:ueister, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, and B tyann Lar-
sen of Adelia Ch,u(er wili b public-,
ity co-chairmen. The patron com-
mittee will be undr the co-chair-
manship of Audrey WeVson of Mosh-
er and Phyllis Wmman, I>ta Gamma.
All indepinident women who peti-
tioned fo centra comittee posi-
tiGns have been nam e mebers of
the committees fer which they pei-
tiened. These coeds will be contacted
later by their res-icti chairrnen.
Tentative plans for Assembly-Pan-
hel Ball include a name band. Last
year's ball featured Gene Krupa and
his band wit!) a "Lucky Strike"
dance theme. The Ball is a tradi-
tional coed-bid dance which is spon-
sored by Panhellenic and Assembly
Organizations. The 1946 Ball will be
the third of its kind.
JGP T old
All women interested in acting as
hostesses for the social dancing
classes sponsored by Junior Girls
Project should attend the mass meet-
ing at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League, and John B.
Gwinn, instructor for the classes,
will address the meeting.
Ann Lippincott, JGP chairman,
urged especially that women who live
in League houses and second-semester
freshmen work on this project. "We
feel that the opportunity to meet
other students in this activity will
be of especial value to these women,"
Miss Lippincott concluded.
Classes will be taught at 7:3 p.m.
on Wednesdays and Thursdays
throughout the semester, and host-
esses will be required to contribute
only one hour a week:
1iI):1O R5 No i'[: ' hi' s :i s te futM inl
,, seie it d d1rtihies o iu t rnialg t l' ' ici
th oe 'nmiam ". o c.
1he functions ul Woineu's ,]udi-
i iry Counc aie embody-
ing a merit s~ sem trouh wich
OCCiS pitiOnl br po: i lOun Ativ-
cs and the enforceent~ ot al house
ules lis c in t1i In I iL ~ ule Pamn-
When pl~ei Tning cJmmnc next
month. the Judli-iary Council. ac-
moni ing 10 its I radit iona I policy,. will
al I r piions Ilie Sadye -
rore thie interviewing betns. Peti-
ions am e reatl thioruol and are re-
forred to duing th intrve.k Oter
questions are also asked t> aid the
Cotincil in judiging; the qtialficmiuns
of time individual womnen.
Before petit ioniIa f or important
Leaue positions, an activities meet-
ing is held at which timw the proce~-
Jte fur petitioning and interviewing
is explained. Procedure is also listed
.mn a chart posted in the ilndergrad-
nte Office of the League.
Members cf tihe League Council,
with the exception of the president of
WAA and thie Women's Editor of The
Daily, are selected by the council.
In addition, every class project com_-
mitt.ee is interviewed and chosen
through the council's merit system at
designatedl times during the school
The rresident, secretary and treas-
urer of the~ League, as well as new
meibers Judiciary Council are se-
lected by an Electoral uoaid iaml-
prised of Dean Alice Llo.yd, Dr. Mar-
garet "ell,directorof'"Women's physi-
i al education: Miss Ethel McCormick,
sucial director of the League, presi-
dent of the League, the secretary of
the League. League treasurer, chair-
man of Judiciary Council and an ad-
ditional League Council member.
Re( cmmendaticxs of the League
('orneil member. Recommendations
of the League Council are also taken
into consideration when women are
appointed to positions.
The council acts in conjunction
with the Dein of Women in enforc-
ing all house rules. "Every woman on
campus is responsible for knowing
these rules, and ignorance is no vio-
lation." stated Miss Bales. Sopho-
mcre judiciary aides check sign-out
sheets and working with a member of
the council, report any irregularities
to the council.
Cases which are reviewed by the
council include 3 minute latenesses
or over, violations of late permission,
five latenesses in one semester, seven
latenesses in two semesters, and any
other cases reported by the Dean of
Women, house presidents or house
mothers. Violators are notified, cases
are tried and housemothers are in-
formed of the decisions through let-
ters sent out by the council.
"Any probation given, is given in
accordance with the circumstances
and we are continually referring to
tpst cases in order to idhere to a
consistent policy," staied Miss Bales.
Tlie comncil, wvhiclh meets at least
once a week. is comprised of six
members, three juniors and ihree
seniors. Two inior members con-
tinue on in senior positions as chair-
man and secretary of the council. A
one-third to two-third ratio of so-
ority and independent women is
mintained and Miss Biales requested
that any questions as to judi:iary
lOlit Y be discussed with the council.
During the fall semester, the Judi-
c'iary Council brought about a ,nore
liberal interpretation of rules con-
cerning late permissions and permis-
, oil lur toeds to stay overnight vWith
an Ann Arbor hostess.
To Meet Tomorrow
Assembly Speakers' Bureau will
hold a reorganization meeting at 5
p.m. tomorrow in the Assembly Of-
fice, Room D, on the third floor of
the League. according to Cretel
Schinnerer, Bureau chairman.
All independent women interested
in speech or publicity work are urged
to attend the initial meeting. Se-
mester plans will be formulated and
the first assignment made. All cam
pus events, especially those o1 As-
sembly, will be publicized. The work
will consist of writing or acting in
short skits and presenting pep talks
in various women's houses on campus.
JIMMY MALLORY-left brings a bit of color from his native Scotland
to America in the form of kilts viewed somewhat apprehensi ly by
brother, Tommy. Arriving in New York, bound for Dearborn with their
mother, Catherine, to join their father. The children's parents were
married in Glasgow where their father was stationed with the US Arlmy.
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Will Qi've Tea
Residents of Jordan Hall will en-
tertain foreign students on campus
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. today at an in-
ternational tea given in cooperation
with the League Social Committee.
A program of group singing will be
presented and decorations will con-
sist of flowers and foreign dolls.
Jilda Kruger is chairman of the af-
fair, and Harriet Beck and Mary
Pioppi head the decoration and enter-
Bridge Club To Meet
There will be a meeting of the Du-
plicate Bridge Club at 7:45 p.m. to-
morrow at the League.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bartz an-
nounce the marriage of their daugh-
ter, Carol, to PPc. Alan Stockman.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Stockman are
from St. Joseph, Michigan.
The ceremony was performed in
the Lutheran Student Chapel. Ann
Arbor, Monday, March 18.
Mr. and Mrs. E F. Meyer, Grand
Rapids, Michigan, announce the en-
I gagement of their daughter, Dona.
to John Wyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Wyatt, Grand Rapids.
Miss Meyer is a senior at the uni-
versity, and a eM yiso Alpha Delta
Pi sorority. Mr. Wyt is a veteela
in the engineering school.
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