rOCTOBER 16, 1952
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Committee of Houses
To Decorate League
Members of the League Board of
Representatives held their second
meeting of the year yesterday aft-
ernoon and elected Nancy Born to
serve as its president and Mar-
jorie Schroer to act as secretary.
As president of the Board, Miss
Born will become a member of the
League council's executive board
t which is composed of the presi-
dent, vice-president, secretary,
treasurer, chairman of women's
judiciary and chairman of inter-
viewing and nominating committee
of the League.
IN ANOTHER major decision
the representatives voted in favor
of the new judiciary system as
proposed by the women's Judiciary
Council. This measure was accept-
ed on a temporary trial basis to be
in effect until Dec. 17.
Under this system the various
house judiciary councils will
handle minor rule infractions
and each girl will be allowed 30
late minutes per semester be-
fore she has to go before her
These house judiciary councils
will also take the sign-out sheets
to the League every day and han-
dle such things as quiet hour in-
fractions in the house.
ACTING president of the Board
of Representatives asked the coeds
to sign up for a new house cor-
mittee. This committee would be
in charge of decorating the Under-
graduate Offices and the large
basement workshop of the League.
Miss Kaufman also reported
that a conclave was recently
held at the Fresh Air Camp at
which time administrators, fac-
ulty members, and students dis-
cussed the overlapping functions
of the League and Union.
This group plans on holding
more discussions of this type in the
The next League Board of Rep-
resentatives meeting will be Nov.
Clear Lake Camp
Miss Marie Hartwig of the Wo-
men's physical education depart-
ment and two WAA members,
June Miekka and Marian Swanson
recently attended a meeting of the
Athletic Federation of Michigan
College Women held at Clear Lake
Camp, a few miles outside of Bat-
At the meeting the group de-
cided to sponsor a modern dance
workshop to be held in the spring
at Wayne University. Men and
women from six Michigan colleges
will be invited to attend the work-
The members also voted to send
a delegate to the national conven-
tion which will be -in California
this spring. Last year the national
convention was held in Ann Arbor.
FINISHING TOUCHES-Fred Kapetansky, president of the Hillel
Council, and Stu Bitman, chairman of the Inter-Faith Commit-
.tee, help Rabbi Herschel Lyman, director, put the finishing touch-
es to his study in the new building located at 1429 Hill Street.
The building will be dedicated Nov. 23.
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Hillels Modern FaCili ties,
By JUDY SILVERMAN
With the start of its 27th year
on campus, Hillel, the national or-
ganizatiOn for Jewish college stu-
dents, opened its new building
this fall at 1429 Hill Street.
The building, a modern brick
structure, contains a library hous-
ing a complete collection of Judaic
literature, a music room with an
extensive record collection, a cha-
pel-auditorium and an auxiliary
chapel, a recreation room, a dark-
room and arts and crafts room, a
lounge and kitchen.
* *i *
THERE IS ALSO a dormitory
occupied by 12 students, three of
whom are Israelis. In return for
their room, they perform various
services in the building.
The Hillel organization tries
to satisfy the religious, social
and cultural needs of Jewish
The more than 200 foundations
in the United States and Canada
are all sponsored by the B'na
Brith, a Jewish fraternal organi-
* * *
THE RELIGIOUS program fo
the coming year includes services
on the Sabbath and holidays, ob
servance of all the festivals and
an inter-faith program with other
campus religious groups. Meals are
also served to students who observ
the dietary customs.
Discussions, featuring a guest
speaker, after Friday night serv-
ices, courses in Hebrew, psycho-
logy of religion and other sub-
jects, special interest groups in
music and dramatics and musi-
cales featuring Jewish music are
all a part of this year's cultural
The social program includes op-
en houses, dances, mixers, weekly
coffee hours, Sunday night supper
clubs and the annual variety show,
* * *
A COUNCIL, consisting of twen-
ty members elected by popular
vote plus 5 members selected by
the preceding council, plan and
carry out the year's activities.
Each member of the council is
also the chairman of a special
Elections to the council are
held in the late spring: The ov-
erall activities of the organiza-
tion are directed by Rabbi Her-
s Membership in Hillel is $2. This
fee helps to finance the annual
The building is open to all stu-
dents weekdays from 9 a.m. to 10
p.m., Saturdays from 9 a.m. to
r midnight and Sundays from 9 a.m
s to 10:30 p.m.
r Sign up for Senior Pic-
8 tures, 1 p.m. to 5 p:m.
Monday through Friday.
Deadline is Fri., Oct. 17.
Swimming Meet Changes
Announced by Tabulators
New results in the all-campus in a tie for first place in the 2
women's swimming meet held yard breaststroke. In thir
Tuesday find Betsy Barbour cap- place was Tish Dow, while Shi
turing first-place honors in the ley Cox and Pat McGuiga
event instead of Delta Gamma as finished in fourth and fift
formerly announced, with Joan places respectively.
Groehn, Palmer House, winning
the top individual award. Victory in the 50 yard brea
Tabulators, in checking over stroke was won by Judy Brow
meet results, found that they had Marilyn Mosier finished beh
made an error in tallying relay her in second place. Tish Dow ,
race scores and awarded first place third, Jane Kohr, fourth and Sh
in the event to Betsy Barbour, de- ley Cox, fifth.
Glaring Delta camma in second
place in the race. CAPTURING first place in
* * 25 yard backstroke was Caro
THIS CHANGE in total points Abbott. Second was Joan Groe
was enough to put Barbour in first followed by Ciel Kaplan in tI
place in the meet with the D.G.'s place, Jane Hohn in fourth a
in second. Pat McGuigan in fifth place.
Ciel Kaplan won top honors
Previously, Marilyn Mosier, the 50 yard backstroke. Cross
Collegiate Sorosis, and Ciel Kap- the finish line behind her w,
lin, Victor Vaughan had been de- Barbara Fithian, Dorothy A
clared individual winners with bun, Elean Codhran and Cl:
nine points each. Shephard.
However, in the evening's con- Over 250 women competed
fusion, tabulators also failed to no- the meet, which was sponsored
tice that Miss Groehn's name had the Women's Athletic Associat
been written in two places on the and the Women's Physical Edi
tally sheet. A re-check revealed tion Department.
that she had captured first place
honors with 14 points. International Tea
MISS KAPLIN and Miss Mosier, An invitation is again e
in the final results, finished in a tended to students and men
tie for second place with Jane bers of the faculty to atte
Kohr Delta Delta Delta inthird the International Club's week
place with eight pointsa tea this (Thurs.) afterno
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Inte
Following Barbour and Delta national Center.
Gamma was Collegiate Sorosis
in third place. Delta Delta Delta
and Palmer House finished in a
tie for fourth place honors.
Final results in the relay race OpnLte
show Collegiate Sorosis finishing
behind Barbour and Delta Gam-
ma in third place with Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma and Alpha Phi swim- Michigan B
ming to a tie for fourth.
*t * *A
EACH RELAY team was com-
posed of four members. Winners
of the other races remain un- If you are a former
changed. like to work while your
Splashing to first place in the
25 yard free style was Beverly in and see us. Every
Blanett with Jane MacVaugh, experience is still a
second. Ann Bartlett was third, we can offer immedi:
and Cynthia Hurdrian and El-
eanor Corfield tied for fourth. are qualified.
Winners in the 50 yard free style
were Joan Groehn in first place; I
Elta ,Glickstein, second; Janet
Campbell, third; Elaine Kihen, Michigan B e
Fourth; and Gretchen Gay, fifth.
JANE KOHR demonstrated her
skill on the diving board, winning Only 2%/
first place in the diving events.
Other winners in order were Joan
Kroehn, Dorothy Allaben, Jena
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Marilyn Mosier and Donna
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