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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1951 PAGE FIVE

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'HUB OF CAMPUS':
Constitution of Union Forms
Foundation of Administration

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first
in a series of articles regarding the
general organization of the Union
management and student govern-
ment.)
By AL LUCKOFF
"The center of social and recre-
ational activities at the Univer-
sity" is the description given of
the Union in most campus hand-
books.
Though most students are fa-
miliar with the functions and fa-
cilities of the Union, relatively few
Square Dance
To BeTonight
Square dance enthusiasts will
be "swinging their partners" at
the Square Dance Festival to be
held from 8 to 11 p.m. today in
Waterman Gymnasium.
The Festival, sponsored by the
Department of Physical Education
for Men, is featuring the calling of
the nationally known Ed Gilmore.
Instruction wil be given for each
dance, since the program is de-
signed for beginners as well as
square dance experts.
Gilmore, who has been guest
caller for the Square Dance Fes-
tival for two consecutive years,
will call many square dances,
among which will be his own com-
positions, the Yucaipa Twister,
the Yucaipa Roll Away and the
California Whirl.
Admission for the Festival is
set at $1.25 per couple and $.65
per person.

Judiciary Counci
Members Clarify
UniversityRules

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people have any knowledge of how
the "hub of the campus'' is run or
by whom.
THE BASIS of Union adminis-
tration is the constitution, which
has been in existence since the
inception of the Union. A move-
ment to amend this constitution
with regard to selection of student
officers was started in the spring
of 1950 but died when advocates
of the amendment failed to mus-
ter a quorum to attend the meet-
ing.
There are indications that
new amendments may be of-
fered sometime during the cur-
rent school year.
The constitution places author-
ity for supervision and control of
all Union activities upon an 18-
man board of directors, nine mem-
bers of which are to be students.
*~ * *
THE STUDENT members in-
clude the president and recording
secretary of the Union, president
of the Men's Judiciary Council and
six vice-presidents chosen by the
student body in the annual spring
all-campus elections.
The remaining members are
the dean of students; financial
secretary of the Union, chosen
by the Board of Regents; the
general secretary of the Univer-
sity alumni association; a mem-
ber of the Boardof Regents, se-
lected by the Board; two alumni
members picked by the alumni
association and two faculty
members, chosen by the Uni-
versity faculty senate.
The actual operation of the
Union is delegated to the stu-
dent government which directs
student activities and to the paid
business staff which handles the
business of running the guest
room, restaurant and other com-
mercial facilities. For members,
guests, and alumni.
(sext. non-student management)
Club Names
New Members
For Michifish
New members of Michifish for
the '51-'52 season have been an-
nounced by Peg Sabin, manager of
the WAA sponsored Swimming
Club.
Totaling 29 new Michifishers,
the list includes Sue Albert, Bar-
bara Avalone, Martha Baker, Bar-
bara Beckley', Joan Bird, Jean
Butler, Carol Castator, Pat Com-
stock, Mary Day, Elsie Fischer and
Margaret Goodwin.
Other successful tryouts are
Claudette Hawes, Henrietta Her-
malin, Donna Hoffman, Kennie
Keim, Carolyn Krigbaum, Barbara
Lindsay, Margaret Logan, Marcia
Lorch, Margaret Lord, Pat Mc-
Guigan, Janice McFarlan and
Mary McLain.
Concluding the list are Ingrid
Peterson, Judith Potts, Marilyn
Remes, Kathleen Ryska, Jill Schil-
ler, Mary Ann Smeltzer, Barbara
Uebel and Suzanne Wilson.
Those women who tryed out for
the club, but did not qualify for
membership, may swim from 9
to 10 a.m. on Saturdays in the
Union Pool. '
There will be a meeting for all
old and new members of the
swimming club at 10 a.m. Satur-
day in the Union Pool. The man-
ager requests that members be
prompt.

League Dance To Set Arabian Mood
Johnny Harberd
To Provide Music f
For Gi rl-bid Ba llI
An Arabian genie with a large
silver sword will guard the en-
trance to the girl-bid League Fall
Dance to be given from 9 p.m. tot
midnight, Saturday, in the League
Ballroom.
Stars will appear on the curtain.
Arabian figures and scenes from
x_ the "Arabian Nights" will be de- 1
picted by murals and be placed on1
either side of the bandstand.
* * *
DECORATIONS WILL also in-
lude an Arabian tent which will
house the fez bedecked bandmen,
} Johnny Harberd and his orchestra.
;. Harberd has played for vari-
ous fraternity functions in the
past and was featured at the1
League dance last year.7
The League Executive Council
and the Union Council have been
invited to be guests at this year's
f dance. Previously these groups
have met at an annual dinner.
THE ARABIAN theme, "One
-Daily-Bob Vaughn Night in 1000," will be carried out
ORIENTAL MOOD-Donna Mayer, League Fall Dance decorations in the programs, too. A red cello-
chairman, is seen waving a fan over the cardboard sultan who is phane cover with an Arabian lamp
to add to the color of the Arabian theme which is to prevail at will comprise the cover design.
A $10 and a $5 gift certificate
the girl-bid, informal dance. will be awarded to the dormitory
or sorority house which sells the
Firs eoamost tickets in proportion to the
of Skati g number of women living in the
house.
TH ld f-rourGy thWomen may purchase tickets for
To B ne d a Bar ourGilthe dance for $1.50 at the League,
Union or residence halls.
With winter's approach come Ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, bats
thoughts of ice skating, and one order to better acquaint club mem- and witches were used as decora-
of the best opportunities to parti- bers with one another. tion devices at last year's dance to
cipate in the sport is provided by These "coffee and doughnut" carry out the Halloween theme.

Lavoie Band To Serenade Jean-clad Couples
At Forestry Club's Paul Bunyan 'Formal'

The ring of the forester's axe
and saw will be heard Saturday,
December 1 when the Forestry
Club again pays tribute to its idol
at the Paul Bunyon "Formal".
Paul Lavoie and his orchestra
will provide the music for the
jean-clad couples who will be
dancing in Waterman Gymna-
sium.
*. * *
PREPARATIONS for the "for-
mal" will begin as early as Novem-
ber 18 when Forestry Club mem-
bers will go out to the University-
owned Stinchfield Forest and cut
some 220 red pine trees, all of
which are over 25 feet tall.
The trees will be used to lend
to Waterman Gym a more
homelike atmosphere for the
foresters and their dates.
Also on display in the gym will
be forestry equipment from the
Michigan Conservation Depart-
ment and the United States Fores-
try Service.
Board of
Representatives
Newly elected chairman of
the Board of Representatives is
Joan Hunsicker, Delta Zeta.
Ann Englander, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, was elected to the position
of secretary at last night's
meeting.

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THE NEWEST uses for wood
also will be demonstrated along
with the fishery and Wildlife De-
partments' sportsman displays.
A demonstration of how not
Modern Dance Club
The Modern Dance Club of
WAA will meet at 7:30 p.m. to-
night in the dance studio at
Barbour Gym. The group will
begin work on their Christmas
program.

the co-recreational Skating Club,
which will hold its organizational
meeting at 5 p.m. today in Bar-.
bour Gym.
Stewart Brown is manager ofI
the WAA sponsored club, which is
open to any man and woman on
campus. Instruction will be avail-

gatherings wil be held after an
afternoon of skating at the Coli-
seum.
Tentative plans are also being
made by the club manager for an
ice show, consisiting of dance
numbers and novelty skating.

to saw logs will take place dur-
ing the dance when couples in-
experienced in the ways of
woodsmen will race against time
to complete a cut through a
small log.
General chairman of the Paul
Bunyon "Formal" is John Backels.
Others on the committee are Jim
Biuntoli, publicity; Tom Glass,
decorations; Ed Tucker, program;
Burt Barnes, tickets and John
Bassett, refreshments.

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Members of Scroll honorary
society will meet at 4:30 p.m.
today in the League.

In order to help orient new stu-
dents and clarify rules, members
of the Judiciary Council have been
presenting talks to the various
houses and dormitories.
It was previously misunderstood
that women could make up late-
nesses on 12:30 nights only. The
rule is that latenesses must be
made up starting at 12:30, whe-
ther or not there is 1:30 permis-
sion.
An offender will not be noti-
fied she has a lateness to make
up, but must be responsible for
doing it. If, at the end of three
weekends, her time isn't made up
she will be called before Judiciary
Council.
Members of Judiciary Council
will hold office hours from 3 to 5
p.m. Tuesday in their office of the
League.

able for both beginners and ad-,.
vanced skaters.
Figure eights, spins, spir als,
jumps, and ice dances, such as { PLASTIC
the Waltz and 14 Step will be
taught. P A KERTRAVEL FLASK
Miss Mary Frances Greschie
will again be the club's profession-
al teacher. She is a Gold test
skater and has been assisting the
club for six years.
The club season starts in No-
vember and lasts until March. iI
Skating at the rink in the Coli-
seum will begin December 3rd,
and practices will be held from 1
to 3 p.m. Monday through Thurs-
day each week.
After the organizational meet-
ing, the first planned function of
the co-recreational Ice Skating
Club will be a social meeting. 5
Parties of f the 50 il lob
held throughout the season, in
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WAA NoticesH
___ ___ ___ ___J IGGER TOP
Tennis Club-There will be a
meeting of the WAA Tennit ClubDesNtEfcTse
at 5 p.m. today at the WAB, which
will consist of instruction and a Of Any Liquid
tournament.
Co-recreational Board--Ensian
pictures and future plans will pro-
vide the main topics of discussion
at the Co-recreational Board meet-
ing to be held at 5 p.m. today in s
the WAB.
Riding Club-Membership is still
open in the WAA Riding ClubI
which will hold its regular meeting$.:
at 7 p.m. on Nov. 8 in Barbour .
Gymnasium.-.':,:

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