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,GE SM

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7,1954

flE SiX TUE MICHiGAN DAILY

oint Judie Censures Sigma Chi Actionl'

Survey Shows College Parties
Not as mWild' As '20 Soirees

(Editor's Note: The following let-
ter was sent to the Daily by Joint
Judiciary Council Chairman Michael
McNerney, 157L, explaining the Couni-
cil's recent censure of Sigma Chi
fraternity.)
The president of Sigma Chi ap-
peared before the Joint Judiciary
Council on November 27, 1958 in
regard to the participation of
members of that fraternity in the
"Arms for Arabs" demonstration
which occurred on October 29.
The testimony revealed that a sub-
stantial majority of the members
present In the fraternity house
when the activity commenced, ap-
proximately 28, left the house,
proceeded to South University and
Washtenaw and eventually to Hill
and Washtenaw. At this' point
when the demonstrators numbered
about 150, all but six of the Sigma
Chis left the group and returned
home.
Group responsibility was de-
termined on the basis of numbers

participating, the lack of any ef-
fort by members to prevent the
incident and the fact that there
was a causal relationship between
the initial activity and the re-
sultant large demonstration.
The evidence showed no mali-
cious intent, nor any anti-Semi-
tic utterances by the members of
Sigma Chi. It further appeared
that after the Sigma (This re-
turned to their house there was
still a lack of awareness of the
damage which such conduct could
produce.
However, negligent conduct
founded in a failure to think can
cause as much harm as a delib-
erate attempt to produce damag-
ing consequences. It was for this
reason that the Joint Judiciary
Council found Sigma Chi Frater-
nity guilty of conduct unbecoming
a recognized student organization
and determined a letter of cen-
sure should be sent to the local

chapter, its alumni organization
and the national office.
The objective of the Joint Ju-
diciary Council in taking action is
to be as constructive as possible
rather than be punitive or hold
an organization out as an example
to deter others.
Group Plans
Vacation Trip
International Center will spon-
sor a Christmas vacation trip to
New York and Washington, D.C.,
at reduced rates.
Open to all students, the tou~r
will extend from December 23 to
December 31. Special rates will
include round-trip railroad trans-
portation, lodging for six days a~t
Gaunt House in Washington and
International House in New York.

Whither the rip-roaring college
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intoxicants.

According to a recent survey it
has withered.
Gilbert Youth Research Co. has
reported from a. study made at
10 leading schools throughout the
country that the "wild college
party is practically nonexistent
today."
it passed away. the report!
states, with the days of the ra.-
coon coat and the Stutz Bearcat.
Seven out of 10 collegians in-
terviewed said they had never
heard of wild parties at their
school and that the frolics they
knew of were relatively tame.
A Junior at Northwestern Uni-
verstiy commented, "That sort of
thing went out with the 20's. We
have our fun, but not that kind.
There are enough other ways to
get kicks."
Only one out of 10 campus men

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