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TUESDAY, FEBRUAR=Y' 6, 195'7

TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1 9 5 7 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

Women

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Prospective Bridge Players
Offered Series of Lessons

For Positions
In Leaciue

Petitioning To Continu^ }
For Sophomore Posts
By Freshmen Students
Petitioning for sophomore Lea-
gue posts, by freshman coeds, will
be open until 5 P.M. Tuesday,Y. w
March 11. Coeds may fill the officesI
of Second Vice-President, threeI
places on the Interviewing and
Nominating Committee, two posts
Women's Judiciary Council, a posi-k
tion on League House Judiciary I J .
Council, and executive secretary of the....................:
the Women's senate. A~'~
The positions for summer school ....
president of the League and mem- v ....
bership on several League com- r
mittees will be open for petition-F
ing from Tuesday. March 12
through Thursday, March 21. The ANYONE FOR A HAND?-The League is once again offering
following memberships are open:' bridge lessons to any interested students beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Dance classes, Merit Tutorial, In- tonight. There will be eight lessons taught by Mrs. Walter McLean
ternational, Special Projects, So- who has been in charge of the lessons for the past few years.
cial Committee, public relations _
house, Community Service anId -
Orientation. Sororities Elect Junior Panhel Head
The Second Vice-President is in
charge of the League Buro-Cats Joyce Bushong, Delta Gamma
and is also a member of the League beamthe e Junior Panhel Jr. Panhel is an organization
Council. The Interviewing and for sorority pledges which ex-
Nominating Committee interviews lenic President yesterday. plains the activities of Panhel to
and reads the petitions of all Miss Bushong is also president the coeds.
women interested in League posi- of her pledge class, on a Spring Each year the junior group car-
tions. The executive secretary of Weekend committee and a recep- ries on special projects with the
the Senate works with the Senate tionist for Buro-Cats. Junior Intrafraternity Council.
in an orginazational and execu- Mary Wilcox. Kappa Kappa Primary among ie jointly spon-
tive capacity, especially with the Gamma, was running against Miss sored activities is the Fresh Air
senators-at-large. Bushong for the presidency. Camp Help Week. This is held
For any further questions coeds Three members from each sor-, during the spring.
may call Ruth Jaffe, chairman of ority needed to be present to vote! Sorority and fraternity pledges
the Interviewing and Nominating, for the Jr. Panhel position. There give the camp a general clean-up
or stop in at the Undergraduate had to be a quorum of sororities in preparation for the summer
Office in the League, present to elect Miss Bushong. months.

FAVORS WOMEN LAWYERS:
Legal Field Attracts FrenchCoed
By ELAINE HUGHES
BE IE;Eit strange to be with one boy al
A vivacious coed, with a French, evening.
accent, is one of the few women The dark-haired lawyer will ge
who legally inhabit the Law Quad- Tye
her doctor's degree at Digon Uni-
Jacqueline Berthelot, from Di- versity in France next December,
gon, France, currently is doing She has collected research materi-
graduate work in law at the Uni- al here for her thesis. The thesis
versity. will offer a comparison of Ameri-
Miss Berthelot, who practiced can and French antitrust laws.
law at the age of 24, entered theFrnepsd antitrust legisla-
legal field because she thinks it tionrance93,passe y"nprdb
offers many rewards for women . t.i on In 1953, largely "nspired b3
offrs masymenwardsheorwomnrAmerican law," according to Miss
as well as men. Now she uider- Brhlt rneslgsaino
stands human relations better Berthelot. France's legislation or
than she ever did before and feels ,the subject differs from that of th
more toleranceand undestanding United States in that the govern-
moretoleanceandundestaningmeet sometimes will allow the
of those who break the law.tmoI-banding together of small busi-
he lad heicnfoasrm aod- nessmen if it is considered benefl-
pere of Amricn mcasomsier cial to the general welfare of the
1 felt that it is much easier to#
communicate with professors here. speople.
She thought, however, that Ameri- issd rlot recomends th
can students are too busy to be JACQUELINE BORTHELOT study of law for American woen
who wish to obtain a deeper un-
very talkative with their fellow derstanding of human beings. Sh
students. What are the problems of a thinks that it can broaden one's
Miss Berthelot would like to meet French coed here? One is shared views of the world instead of hay-
more' American students, but has with American students: a dislike ing channelized perceptions

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trouble getting outside of the "law
atmosphere." She thinks greater
efforts should be made to draw
American and foreign students to-
gether.
One possible method of accom-
plishing this, she feels, would be
to place more emphasis on inte-
grating undergraduate and gradu-
ate housing.

of institutional food. She mention-
ed, "In France I lived in a town
famous for fine food and I sup-
pose I developed some bad
habits."
American dating patterns pre-
sented some difficulty to Miss
Berthelot at first. Group dating is
prevalent in France. She found

"They say that criminal law is
too harsh for women," she said,
"but at least we learn that life is
not all a happy dream."
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