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'GE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1949

LAW SCHOOL CONSTITUTION:
Association Plan Bids for Approval

FRESH AIR DOINGS:
Project Mixes Psychology with Camping

By CRAIG WILSON
An intensive program will begin
this week to "sell" a proposed Law
School Association Constitution to
940 law students at the University.
Copies of the document along
with a report of the 12-man Stu-
dent Initiating Committee, will be
tacked up tomorrow throughout
the school and in places law stu-
dents meet, according to Francis
B. Upham, III, '50L, chairman.
* * *
FIVE-MINUTE TALKS will be
given by committeenen in more
than 75 per cent of all law classes
meeting Tuesday.
Members of the committe are
Janice Richardson, '50L; William
G. Shrenk, '49L, editor of the Law
Review; William M. Meyers, '50L;
Harry D. Strause, '50L; Robert
Iddings, '49L; John S. Hogg, '49L;
William F. Snyder, '49L, chairman
of the Executive Council of the
Law Club; Richard Watson, '51L;
Richard S. Hawkinson, '51L; Wil-
liam W. Wumkes, '49L, senior
judge of the Case Club, and Rob-
ert W. Shadd, '50L.
Final ratification vote will be
held Thursday.

Membership in the proposed
association will include "all per-
sons registered for any course
or courses" in the Law School.
Membership will be divided into
Freshmen, less than 25 credits
in an approved law school; Jun-
ior, 25 to less than 45; and Sen-
ior 45 or above.
The Executive Committee is the
legislative unit of government,
composed of one representative
from each of the three classes, the
chairmen of Activities Committees
and the president of the Execu-
tive Council of the Law Club. IJ
will formulate policy, control Ac-
tivities Committees and manage
Association affairs.
* * *
THE EXEC COMMITTEE will
have a chairman, secretary and
other officers "as they deem nec-
essary."
Subordinate to the Executive
Committee, Activities Commit-
tees will be the administration
end of the proposed government.
Membership is open to all stu-
dents. Each committee elects its
own officers.

Proposed Activities Committees
include Orientation and Curricu-
lum, Lecture-Social, Publications,
Legal Aid and Case Clubs.
Committes can be scuttled only
by a three-fourths vote of the Ex-
ecutive Committee. Signature of
25 Association members can force
an Executive Committee hearing
on setting up any new Activities
Committee.
* * *
ACTIVITIES Committees have
"such powers as are necessary and
proper to carry out its particular
activity in accordance with this
Constitution."
Other Constitution provisions
provide for amendment and rat-
ification.
Approval of the Constitution
will remove the Law School
from the category of 25 per
cent of law schools in the na-
tion without unified systems of
student government.
At present, there are two
groups within the school "within
the field" of LSA-the Lawyers'
Club and Case Club, according to
the Initiating Committee.

THEY ARE to be included in
the Association if their member-
ship approves. Case Club would'
become an Activities Committee
of LSA and operate without
change in structure.
The Lawyers' Club would be
represented on the Executive
Committee.
Unique factors in the proposed
set-up is that LSA would be in-
dependent of any national organ-
ization of student lawyers and
members would be free to join and
participate in any such group.
At present, there is no overall
student group within the Law
School, nor has there ever been
one, according to Daily records.
Students are divided roughly
into three groups: Those living
in the Law Club; Law fraternity
members and law students living
in independent housing units.
The barriers between them--
and those between married and
single students-are expected to
fall if an all-inclusive student
government can be arrived at, ac-
cording to Upham.

Ever since the University Fresh Lewis C. Reimann, a former "U"
Air Camp was begun in 1921 it football tackle and a Student'
has been another "first" in Mich- Christian Association worker.
igan traditions. along with several men students
University students, faculty and took a group of underprivileged
friends who carried the camp boys from Detroit on a two-week
through the lean early years were camping trip.

AFTER TIlE WAR, the camp
was affiliated with the Univer-
sity's Institute for Human Ad-
justment. This eased the finan-
cial situation somewhat, although
a large portion of the budget still
has to be raised by donations.
"If the students gave this
thing up it would collapse," tes-
tifies Prof. William Morse, pres-
ent director of the camp.
$5,000 is the goal set for the
1949 Fresh Air Camp Tag Day to
be held Wednesday.

pioneering in combining summer'
camping and psychological treat-
ment of under-privileged boys
with adjustment problems, accord-
ing to Prof. F. N. Menefee, former
camp director.
* * *

A camp site was purchased
later at Patterson Lake, 24 miles
from Ann Arbor. The first tents
and straw mattresses have been
replaced by 26 buildings.
The young campers themselves
used to canvas Ann Arbor in a

IN THE SUMMER of 1921, one-day fund-raising

drive.

1 _

-Daily-Alex Lmanian
NEW GARGOYLE EDITOR-
Brian Duff, '50, was appointed
editor of the Gargoyle, campus
humor magazine, yesterday. He
succeeds Doug Parker.
No Danger
CHICAGO-"Bats in the bel-
fry" is just an expression. Bats
are no more likely to fly into a
person's hair than are birds.

ON STAGE!
Boy MEETS GIRL
Ile Xi e u
The Student Players ,
that brought you
"TIME OF YOUR LIFE"

ON STAGE!
Boy MEETS GIRL
MASONIC TEMPLE
May 13, 8 P.M. - May 15, 7:30 P.M.
60c, 90c and $1.10
Send checkor money order to:
BOY MEETS GIRL
Student Affairs Office
Administration Bldg.
Enclose self-addressed stanped eni'elope

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'T infl Jppy!"

2 HOURS of
Hilarious Laughter
FRESH AIR CAMP BENEFIT

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TUXEDO, excellent cond., good bar-
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WHITE DINNER JACKET. Size 42 long.
Worn only once. Call Dan at 9169
after 7 p.m. )30
ZEISS SUPER Ikonta "C" Camera.
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STUDENT and wife want apartment
for summer session only. Local refer-
ences. Dorothy Andrews. 2-4561. )19W
LOST
and
FOUND
BLUE PARKER fountain pen lost April
28 in or between Angell Hall and Bus.
Ad. Bldg. Call 2-4591, rm. 227 Strauss.
)40L
LOST-Gold band onyx ring Friday at
Palmer Field tennis courts or State
Theater. Reward. 2-9587. )39L
ANYONE finding, abrown loose-leaf
notebook of Physics (45) problems
done in ink, please call 2-0921. $2.50
reward. )38L
LOST-Ladies wrist watch. Small white
gold Hamilton. Initialed HSW on
back. Between Hill and Kingsley Fri-
day morning. Reward. Phone 7240.
)36L
GLASSES last Friday, near Hill Aud.,
or on State St. Mottled silver and
black rims. Reward. Call 2-0718 or
2-2443. )37L
BUSINESS
SERVICES
TYPING SERVICE-Student papers, re-
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done by experienced typists. For in-
formation call 6197. ) 39B
24-Hour Service by Request
HOME QUALITY SERVICE
215 E. Washington, Ph. 9035 )33B
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on all
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co
214 E. Washington. )23
EXPERIENCED teacher of piano. U. of
M. graduate has openings. Beginners
and advanced. Ph. 2-3944, 6-8 eve-
nings. )36B
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
)3B
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c at
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
E. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickerson Martin )9
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5B
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter-
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Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4B

ATTENTION ALL KNITTERS
Running short of yarn?
Women's Exchange

)12

CANARIES, Parakeets, BirddSupplies
and Cages. Birds boarded. Expert,
care. 562 S. Seventh, Ph. 5330. )4
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric, and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero Radio Sales &, Service.
Phone 4997. )7
MAN'S ENGLISH BICYCLE. Call 2-8309.
)84
YOU CAN'T BEAT THESE VALUES
25 Suits - 25 Rain or ,Shine Coats
50 Dresses at
$25.00
Hundreds of other values
See for yourself!i
ELIZABETH DILLON
S. State Just off N. University )2
SPECIALS AT SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
Zelan' Jackets with zippers - $3.88
Khaki Pants, sanforized - $2.66
Part wool "Gab" Pants - $7.15
U.S. Navy "T" Shirts - 49c )8
GOLF CLUBS and Bag Boy collapsible
caddy carts. Ph. 4044 or 2-2058. John-
ny Malloy, Pro. )30B
MAN'S PH D gown, cap, and Michigan
hood; and woman's cap. Tuxedo and
accessories. New, dark blue or gray
and blue 2-pant suits, size 42 waist.
Also new unused studentdesk. Call
2-1878. )25
1941 FOUR DOOR SUPER BUICK, new
motor, all accessories. Perfect con-
dition. Best offer. Call 2-9148. )23
31 CHEV. complete overhaul incl. re-
bore, 10,000 mi. ago, sealed beams,
good body. $100, call Ron 2-1044. )22
MUST SELL 1940 Ford deluxe convert-
ible coupe. Radio, heater, spotlight,
foglight. $500. 311 Thompson, Apt. 4,
or phone 9050. )24
WOMAN'S 26-inch bicycle. Repainted
and reconditioned. Cheap. Call 2-4896.
HOMES FOR YOU
Faculty Members. Married Students.
Veterans or Non-Veterans. Should
you be interested in buying a home
call us or come in and get the infor-
mation. Right now we know of three
homes which can be sold to veterans
qualifying for a loan. The down pay-
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Dinette. Three Bedrooms. Tile Bath.
Modern Kitchen. Oil Heat. The
Homes are brand new and vacant.
Sorry we do not know of any rentals
either in apartments or houses. We
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to buy. Contact us immediately.
ANN ARBOR TRUST COMPANY
Phone 4231 Realtors
Open Evenings 'til 8. Call Mr. Lang 9886
)26

FOR SALE
BOXER PUPS-Whelped March 12. Sire
Champion Brass Bound of Briarnole,
Dam Mazelaine's Hippoly Ta. $100.
5040 Scio Church Rd., Ph. 25-8477. )73
BRAND NEW girls Eng. bicycle, below
retail. $65; and girls Eng. bicycle used
2 months, $55. Call 2-6581, Rm. 3008.
)21
COUSINS
STORE on STATE STREET
SALE! 3%t0 off on group of
100% wool skirts. )1
PIPE SALE
Close-out Sale on Briar Pipes
$2.00 - Good Selection
CALKINS-FLETCHER.
State St.
BOXER SHORTS and matching shirts
in seersucker and broadcloth. Sizes
3 to 6, priced from $3.50 to $5.00. Bea
Nickel, Nickels Arcade. )
10 PIECE DINING-ROOM SUITE -
kitchen set, davenport bed, washing
machine. Reasonable offer accepted.
Chi Ypsi, 1059-W1. )18
FOR SALE - Stenograph machine, al-
most new, with instruction books.
Ph. 4947. )17
1948 DODGE 4-door custom, radio, heat-
er, very low mileage. Sell best offer.
Call evenings or weekend afternoon.
1417 Erving Ct., Willow Run. )16
THE PERFECT GIFT for Mother's Day
is one from our selection of station-
ery, fountain pens, pencils, and other
gifts. We also have the best of new
novels in fiction.
OVERBECK'S
1116 S. University )6
LIGHTWEIGHT Motorcycle, like new.
Real bargain, 226 Strauss House, East
Quad, 2-4591. )91
1948 Cushman Motor Scooter $280 and
9 irons 3 woods set of Spaulding Bob-
by Jones Golf Clubs with bag. $80.
Phone Bob, 4980. )88
SENIORS-Phone us now about a sub-
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College Rate. Student run Student
Periodical Agency. 2-82-42. 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. )24P
MOTORCYCLE SALE
A very good selection. All priced to sell.
Will accept trade-ins.
A Complete Rebuilding Service.
INDIA MOTORCYCLE SALES
207 W. Liberty St. Phone 2-1748
)10
HOTTEST JEEP in the world. Special
station wagon top, souped up heater.
my first price is $1350. What is your
first price, Joe? See M. F. Read,
3122 Nat. Sc. Bldg. )28

MAY FESTIVAL ROOMS available for
guests in private homes. Call Student
Room Bureau, 2-8827, 11:30-12, 6:30-
7:00. )1R
ROOMS for summer and fall. Near
campus. Call 2-8309, after 4:30. 58R
ROOMMATE left school. Half double
room available. Hollywood bed, show-
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Call 5750. )55R
MISCELLANEOUS
CHICKEN DINNER with all the trim-
mings costs you $1.25. It's Club 211's
Sunday Special. Come in and save
money. 211 S. State. )33P
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shampoo, sets and styles, expert shah-
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TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN - Stop
trying to sneak in the ball game.
They sell beer at Briggs Stadium-
why don't you sell Royal Typewriters.
Office Equipment Service Co., 1116
So. University. )lB
INTERNATIONAL PAGEANT
Time 8-10 P.M. Monday, May 2nd
Pattengill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
High School
May Day in Hawaii . . . Tropical Fiesta
Polish Rhapsody . . . Indian Dance
Barn Dance
Sponsored by International Center
) 39P
SHIP 'N SHORE Blouses. White, colors,
and plaids. Sanforized. $2.95 and
$3.95. Randall's Specialty Shop, 306
S. State. )loP
BABY SITTERS - Call Kiddie Kare,
2-1101; if no answer, 25-7364. )28B
CAMPUS
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A Student Service for Students
Thrill your date for the coming
formals by a corsage from us.
We offer discount on N.S.A. cards
Phone 2-7032 )20B

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