THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 19461
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'Time Out' Saturday
Will Benefit Camp
Ted Weems' Orchestra To Be Featured
At Semi-Formal Sponsored by Assembly
"Time Out," all-campus semi-
formal dance featuring Ted Weems
and his orchestra, will be presented
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday
in the Intramural Building as a ben-
efit affair for the Fresh Air'Camp
Assembly Association has adopted
the camp as its project for this year,
and is sponsoring the dance under
the co-chairmanship of Phyllis Pet-
tit and Sue Smith. All proceeds will
go into the camp fund to extend
facilities for student recreation dur-
ing the year, and to purchase needed
equipment for summer activities.
Camp Continues 27 Years
The 1947 season will mark the
twenty-seventh year of the Fresh
Air Camp's existence. Its original
purpose was to afford underprivileged
boys from the metropolitan areas of
Detroit and southeastern Michigan
cities an opportunity to enjoy the
privileges of camp life.
The camp was officially accepted
by the University Board of Regents
in June, 1944. Since then, it has
been placed in the University's In-
stitute for Human Adjustment to
enable students to observe individual
and group behavior.
Needy Boys Attend
About two hundred and forty boys
between the ages of eight and thir-
teen are selected, according to need,
to attend the camp each summer.
Campers are chosen byabout twen-
ty-five different co-operating social
and case-working agencies, and an
individual and group record is re-
turned to the agencies for each boy
According to Miss Pettit, who is
also Assembly's project chairman, it
is the Association's aim to contrib-
ute supplies for regular summer
camp use, and to attempt to utilize
the grounds for University students'
use during the year. Miss Pettit
stated, "We feel that our overcrowd-
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Camp Situated on Patterson Lake
The camp is situated twenty-four
miles northwest of Ann Arbor, on
Patterson Lake, near Pinckney, and
comprises about three hundred acres
of hardwood forest. At present there
are about twenty-six permanent
buildings, including a main lodge,
women's dormitory, classrooms, cab-
ins, workshop 'and modern health
unit. Boats and camping and sports
equipment are available for use, but
supplementary material is still badly
There are still a limited number
of tickets available for the dance,
and they may be purchased from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. today and tomorrow
in Room 4, University Hall.
To Be Given
The Little Theatre of Willow Run
Village will present two performances
of Noel Coward's play "Blithe Spir-
it," at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21 and
Saturday, Nov. 23, in West Lodge
Auditorium at Willow Run.
Edmund Johnston will take the
part of Charles Condomine, the lead-
ing role in "Blithe Spirit." The other
characters will be interpreted as fol-
lows: Ruth by Nancy Neff; Madame
Arcati, by Jesse Morrow; Elvira, by
Rita Jardine; Dr. Bradman, by Laird
Schmidt; Mrs. Bradman, by Ruth
Kruges and Edith, by Leona Fred-
erick on Thursday and by Marion
Emerson on Saturday.
The entire production is under the
direction of Donald Decker. Walter
Shaffer and Josephine James are the
stage managers, and properties, cos-
tumes and make-up will be super-
vised by Florence Short and Nancy
The Little Theatre was organized
in October by a group of University
veteran students and their wives.
The group plans to present a series
of popular three-act plays during
the school year for the students and
wives living at Willow Run.
The series will be operated on a
non-profit basis but donations to
help defray necessary expenses will
Magic To'Be Added
Attraction at Casbah
Special added attraction of the
Campus Casbah, open from 9 p.m.
to midnight tomorrow in the League
Ballroom, will be Ira Levy, a magi-
cian who has performed around De-
Comedian Ben Fader, who acted
as master of ceremonies for last
week's floorshow, will emcee again
this week. Paul Converse, a tenor,
will sing semi-classical songs.
A "hand-bouncing act" will be per-
formed by Glenn Neff and Newt
Loken, acrobats who were featured
in this year's Varsity Night program.
The Campus Casbah floorshow is
made up of campus talent, and a new
floorshow is planned every weekend.
Tickets for the all-campus night
club sponsored by the League Council
will be on sale this week through
Saturday at the League desk.
Delicate lace collars and cuffs can
be easily washed by shaking them
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TRAVELING DOG-Mary Hartline's pet cocker spaniel emerges from
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Women's Campus House Rules
Enforced By Judiciary Council
By BETTY HAHNEMAN
All women's campus house rules
are enforced by the women's Judi-
ciary Council, composed of six under-
Senior women hold positions as
chairman and secretary of the Coun-
cil, and the remainder of the group
is made up of one senior member and
three junior members.
This year's Council is headed by
Jean Louise Hole. Carolyn New-
berg serves as secretary, and Har-
riet Shinnick is the senior member,
while JoAnne Reuland, Sarah Jane
Stephenson, and Betty Hahneman
hold junior memberships.
In explaining the functions of the
Council, Miss Hole said, "Some type
of regulation in a university as large
as Michigan is necessary, and Michi-
gan women are fortunate to have
been given the responsibility of the
enforcement of rules in cooperation
with the Office of the Dean of Wom-
"The Women's Judiciary Coun-
cil, bearing this responsibility,
makes every effort to carry out its
work fairly and consistently, and
to reflect the general attitude of
Michigan undergraduate women,"
Miss Hole stated.
Each of the regular members and
the secretary is in charge of one-fifth
of all university-approved women's
residences, including dormitories,
sororities, league houses and co-op-
eratives. These five members keep in
close contact with house directors
and presidents in their group.
Each is assisted by a secretarial
aide, a sophomore, who checks
the signout sheets each week and
who reports to her member any
latenesses"and other violations of
house rules. The Council member
speaks to each woman who has
been more than 30 minutes late or
who has violated another of the
campus regulations. She also
speaks to the coed's house mother
and arranges an appointment for
the coed to come before the Coun-
Every coed coming before the
Council is questioned concerning the
circumstances of her case, and she
has an opportunity to ask any ques-
tions she wishes or to say anything
which may have a bearing on the vio-
The Council as a whole then con-
siders her case in complete pri-
vacy, deciding if social probation
should be imposed, and, if so, the
length of the probation. The Coun-
cil's file of past cases establishes a
precedent for the decision, which
is based on the standard of two
weeks' probation for an ordinary
The Judiciary Council has the
power to vary the probation length
according to the circumstances of the
case and the established precedent.
After the Council is satisfied that
that all circumstances are clear and
that the decision is consistent with
past record, the coed is called into the
Council room and informed of the de-
cision and the reasons for it.
When a coed is placed on social
probation, she is required to sign in
at 8 p.m. each day during the pro-
bation period, encircling the time.
She may have no men or women
callers after that time, and she is
not allowed to leave Ann Arbor
over the week-end.
Besides this function as a type of
court, the Council also checks quiet
hours, attends house meetings when
any difficulty arises in the govern-
ment of the house and recommends
any changes in the house rules.
Assembly and Panhellenic house
presidents' groups have power to
initiate rule changes, however; the
Judiciary Council's authority covers
only the enforcement of those rules.
According to Miss Hole, "Every
undergraduate woman is responsi-
ble for knowing all of the house
rules. Ignorance of these rules is no
excuse for a violation."
To Be Theme
For Vet Dance
"Wistful Vista," will be the theme
of the weekly Veterans' Dance to be
held at 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. tomorrow
at West Lodge in Willow Run Vil-
Inspired by the satire on living
conditions in the Village appearing
in the last issue of the Garg, emcees;
Jim Leishman and Jack Lynclipt will
give their version of the situation.
The skit will be featured during the
Committees for the weekly dances
have been organized, consisting of
three women from campus and nine
students living in Willow Run. Mem-
bers of the committee are Bill Mac-
Nutt, chairman; Cran Rogers, treas-
urer, Tom Casey, secretary; and
Yvonne Resignol, entertainment.
Other members include Sue Smith,
in charge of attending coeds; Audrey
Bernard and Frank Schoch, publicity;
Dorothea Mountz, John Turner, Sally
Gill, Phil Marriner and Mary Lou
Jerry Edwards To Play
Jerry Edwards and his orchestra,
featuring vocalist Beverly Early, will
again furnish the music for the af-
Due to the increased attendance
during the past dances, additional
women will be invited to attend.
Busses will be provided for coeds from
campus, and will leave from the
Leagueentrance of the4Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater at 7:45 p.m.
Tickets for the affair may be pur-
chased at the door by students living
in Willow Run.
To Be Interviewed
Applicants for admission to wom-
en's cooperative houses will be in-
terviewed at 5 p.m. today at Lester
House, 1102 Oakland.
Five openings for the spring semes-
ter will be filled. Application blanks
are available at Stevens House, 816
Forest. For further information, in-
terested women may contact Freda
Perez at 5974.
The Posters committee of Soph
Cabaret will meet regularly at 4:30
to 5:30f p.m., Monday and Wednes-
day and 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday in
the Game Room of the League.
The Decorations committee of
Soph Cabaret will not meet today.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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by Mr. William Gram on Friday af-
ternoons, has been discontinued. Mr.
Gram's Tuesday and Thursday sec-
tions have extended half an hour.
Seminar in Engineering Mechan-
ics: Prof. E. L. Eriksen will discuss
the applications of Stodola's method
in obtaining critical buckling val-
ues and natural frequencies of vi-
bration, Fri., Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 402, W. Engineering Bldg.
The Psychology Club will sponsor
an open meeting at 8:00 p.m. to-
day in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
The address will be given by Dr. Mil-
ton H. Erickson, Director of the Psy-
chiatric Research and Training at
the Eloise Hospital on the subject,
"Hypnosis-Its Medical and Experi-
The Regular Thursday "*Evening
Concert sponsored by the Graduate
School will include Beethoven's Leon-
ore Overture No. 2, and Beethoven's
Missa Solemnis. All graduate stu-
dents are cordially invited.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon (Profes-
sional Geologist Fraternity) will meet
from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. to-
day in Room 30 Natural Science
Bldg. Election of permanent officers
and the Salt Mine field trip are on
the agenda. All members are urged
to attend. Please bring your own
Undergraduate Education Club will
meet at 4:10 p.m. today in the
UES Library. Miss Louise Prang-
ley will discuss "The Canadian
Schools." Refreshments. Those in-
terested are cordially invited to at-
The Art Cinema League and
Deutscher Verein present "The Col-
lege Girl" (Die Sextanerin), a Ger-
man language film with English sub-
titles, starring Ellen Schwanecke and
Rolf Wanka, at 8:30 p.m., Thurs.,
Fri., and Sat. Box office opens at
2:00 p.m. daily, beginning Wed. Res-
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