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1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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w Rule Says Men Can Call
Coed Residences at 1 p..

Change Will Become
Individual House Can

Effective Tomorrow;
Retain Old Rule,

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A new change in calling hours
in women's residences will go into
effect tomorrow.
The new ruling is, "Men may
call at women's residences after
1 p.m. Monday through Friday if
the house so desires." No change
will be made in the termination
of calling hours.
THE NEW CHANGE in calling
houris was the first example of a
rule change passed through the
Board of Representatives in the
Women's League.
The idea was first brought
before the Board by four repre-
sentatives. A sub-committee
was then appointed to work in
conjunction with Women's Ju-
diciary Council to investigate,
change and discuss the new rul-
ing with house directors, sorori-
ty and league house mothers
An" the Dean of Women's Of-
After being cleared by these au-
thorities, the ruling was brought
back to the Board for discussion,
voted inon. framed and referred
. to individual houses for voting.
The vote was almost unanimous
with only .25 women opposing the
new change.
Coed Residence Staffs
Will Hold Discussion
About Phoenix Project
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Directors, assistant directors
and house members of women's
residences will meet at 2:30 p.m.
iriday, June 9, in the West Con-
4 ference Room of the Rackham
Building to learn more concerning
the Phoenix Project.
The Office of the Dean of
Women is sponsoring the meeting
and also a tea to be held later in
the afternoon. Marvin Lubeck is
arranging for a student speaker.
Student meetings on the Phoe-
nix Project have been abundant,
but this is one of the first to be
A held which will inform the staffs
of the women's residences just
what work is involved and the
goals of the entire project.
With a greater understanding
of this worthwhile endeavor, it
will be easier to insure co-opera-
tion between the faculty, students
and administration.
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Jobswith a Future
Secretarial training-the Gibbs way-
leads to successful business careers.
Wrie Coltege Course Deanfor catalog
Katharine Gibbs
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THE WEEKEND calling hours
will remain at the descretion of
each individual house.
The committee first investi-
gated the possibilities of having
8 a.m. minimum calling hours.
However, after further investi-
gation with the administrative
bodies concerned, !I p.m was de-
cided upon as more favorable.
The committee received au-
thority from the Dean of Wom-
en's Office to recommend such a
change.
MEMBERS of the sub-commit-
tee were: Alice Scott, Pat Patsloff,
Nickie Sodier, Joyce Mercereau
and Jo Collins.
The present Judiciary Council
members are: Barbara Little,
Mary Martin, Lu LeVine, Peg
Blackford, Naomi Schlosberg,
Connie Newman and Ann Water-
man.
New Luggage

AluMs To Hold
ocial Events
Activities To Finish
With Commencement
Social events will dot the calen-
dar for Michigan alumni as well
as for graduating seniors the
week before commencement ex-
ercises.
An all-class alumni dinner will
be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday,
June 15, at the Union. Reunions
will be held by 53 classes this
year and all alumni are invited
to attend this annual banquet.
CLASSES CAN HOLD reunions
every five years, so this year any
class graduating in a year ending
in five or zero is eligible to at-
tend.
At the dinner, Provost Adams
will speak, bringing the former
graduates up to date on recent
happenings at the University.
At 9 p.m. Friday there will be
the traditional alumni sing on the
steps of the General Library. An
all-class dance at the Barton Hills
Country Club will climax the eve-
ning's social events.
AT 10:30 A.M. there will be a
ceremony at which time the
Emeritus Club will present lapel
pins to University graduates of
the class of 1900. The Emeritus
Club is made up of alumni who
were graduated 50 years ago or
more.
An alumni luncheon will be
held at noon Saturday, June 17,
at Barbour and Waterman
Gyms, given annually by the
University for its former gradu-
ates. President Ruthven will
confer distinguished alumni
awards and honorary alunni
will be named.
Activities will end with com-
mencement exercises Saturday,
June 17 at the stadium.

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Ironing

On Vacations
Whether the call of the summer
means a trip to the far away land
of "get away from it all" or mere-
ly a jaunt home and a vacation
job, the main travel problem to
be solved is how to reach one's
destination with the least pos-
sible wrinkles.
True, many of today's materials
feature outstanding wrinkle re-
sistant qualities. Nevertheless,
trunks and suitcases have a way
of achieving accordian pleats in
even the straightest of straight
skirts.
A SOLUTION to the problem
has been discovered, though, via
a new line of luggage which does
an outstanding job of resisting
the wrinkles.4
Everything from formals to
the most casual of sport clothes
may be packed in this roomy,
but lightweight portable clothes
valet. Other features include a
special shoe compartment and
elasticised pockets for other ac-
cessories.
For those who cover the con-
tinent by auto, a new luggage
type of garment bag has been de-
vised. When not being used in
roving the highways, this clothes
companion doubles as a storage
bag.
* * *
GARMENTS may be hung neat-
ly on hangers from an iron bar,
and shoes and slippers fit nicely
into an outside zipper catch-all
pocket.
With the approaching mass ex-
odus from Ann Arbor town, many
a campus coed will laugh at the
thought of careful packing, but
the prospect of the first day of
vacation being spent over a hot
ironing board is definitely not a
cheerful one!

BRIDE-TO-BE-Lilias Caroline Wagner's engagement to Robert
Leslie Jones has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Phillip Wagner of Ann Arbor. Mr. Jones is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie N. Jones of Chicago.
Betsy Barbour Honors Seniors

Led by the tantalizing scent of
bacon, eggs, and pecan rolls, Betsy
Barbourites assembled at 9 a.m.
Sunday for their traditional
breakfast honoring graduating
seniors.
As in the past, all the seniors
received corsages and the seven
women who have lived in the dor-
mitoriy for all four years of their
college career were specially hon-
ored with gifts.
With great solemnity, June
Freitag read the will of the de-
parting seniors. Then *Jo Sugnut
read the prophecy of the activi-

ties and successes of the Barbour
Class of 1950 after several years
of being out in the hard, cold
world.
The festivities came to a close
when Eleanor Doersom, " newly
elected house president, presented
Mrs. Martha Strauss, house moth-
er, with a gift.
Safety Device
A hanging iron holder designed
to store hot irons immediately af-
ter use is something novel in the
way of household safety devices.

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