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SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Parade To Start Spring Weekend

Women's Judiciary Council To Hold Spring Workshop

Activities for the campus-wide '
Spring Weekend, Friday and Sat- I

4 urday, May 10 and 11, were an-
nounced yesterday by the special
events committee.
Beginning at 3 p.m. on the
first day, there will be a parade
consisting of derbies, bands and
other special attractions. This is
the first of several parades sched-
uled for the weekend, and it
will terminate at the League.
Racing between the entering
derbies will complete the after-
noon activities.
Prizes for Winners
"Trophies will be awarded to
the first, second and third place
winners of the parade," com-
mented Dick Schwartz, co-chair-
man of special events.
Parade entrants will be judged
on their workmanship, attrac-
tiveness, and originality of design.
All entries should represent a
comic strip or a character in one.
This coordination with the theme
for the weekend is another im-
portant judging point.
All entries must follow the spe-
cifications set forth by the spe-
cial events committee. They must
not be larger than four feet by
three feet by' three feet. They
must be constructed so that a per-
Students To Apply
For Study Abroad
A year of living and learning in
Denmark, Norway or Sweden is
available to college juniors and
young people with a college de-
gree or the equivalent of work ex-
perience.
The program is comprised of
three months of orientation and
two four-week periods of living
with Scandinavian families, fol-
lowed by study in one of 30 top
"folk schools."
Sponsored by the Scandinavian
Seminar, 127 East 73rd St., New,
York, 21, the program includes
tuition, room and board for nine
months - from August to May -
and language-study records for
$925.
Applications must be summitted
before the Monday, April 1, dead-
line.

By SUE RAUNHEIM
Women's Judiciary Council will
hold its Spring Workshop from
7:15 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, March 12
in the League.
Because of the large size of the
bi-annual workshop, and in order
to discuss particular problems,
Women's Judiciary would like
house directors and judiciary
chairman to focus special atten-
tion on the following areas:
Evaluation of the automatic
late permission system. Included
under this heading would be warn-
ing signals prior to midnight clos-
ing, extension of the automatic
late permission system to include
Sunday nights, permission of ex-
tensions beyond midnight and
policies which should be followed
in signing out for an automatic
late permission.
Rules Booklet Discussion
The second subject to be dis-
cussed is the Rules Booklet. Under

this is included irregular hours,
explained on page 2.
Next on the agenda will be a
discussion of the responsibilities
of a judiciary chairman. This
would include a knowledge of the+

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Hillel Casses . . .
Two new weekly classes are be-
ing offered by Hillel Foundation.
"Elements of Judaism" will be
discussed at 10:30 a.m. today.
"Seminar on Basic Judaism" will
be the topic at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
Junior Panhel.
There will be a Jr. Panhellenic
meeting at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in
room 3003 of the Student Activ-
ities Building. A tour of the
building will be given.

rules, example to housing unit
and leadership ability, relation-
ship ot house director and enforc-
ing versus policing.
The fourth category will be Ju-
diciaries relationship with house
policies or house government. Un-
der this topic a discussion will be
held concerning an awareness of
common infractions in the Rules
Booklet.
Awareness of Judic
A discussion by representatives
from small and large dormitories
will be on "an awareness of judi-
ciary in the dormitory, special
permissions: extensions and over-
nights."
Another question to be brought
up at the workshop will be the
possibility of having a separate
judicial body with separate by-
laws and a constitution.

League House representatives
will be asked to discuss their atti-
tudes and actions towards rules
and regulations. Under this head-
ing will be included close-up time.
The Women's Judiciary Council
requests that these questions be
given careful consideration and
that along with each house direc-
tor and judiciary chairman, the
president and workshop chairman
will come.
Deans To Attend
Dean of Women. Deborah Ba-
con will attend the Spring Work-
shop and other deans are also ex-
pected.
The purpose of the Women's
Judiciary Council is to encourage
cooperation in the work of Women
Students' Government.I

It delegates certain disciplinary
powers, coordinates and reviews
the work of the House Judiciary
Councils and the League House
Judiciary Council.
This year the council incorpor-
ated into the present setup, an
automatic late permission plan.
These coeds also have study com-
mittees working on the emergency
housing problem.
Requirements for students who
hare interested in being Judiciary
Council members are impartiality,
responsibility and leadership.
Chairman of Women's Judiciary
Council is Betty Jean Kafka, vice-
chairman is Barbara Clark and
secretary is Joan Wellman. Mem-
bers include Louise Ruchman,
Alice Louie, Cynthia Cross and
Lynn Allie.

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son will be able to sit in them,
but must still be light enough so
that a person could pull them
with ease.
Criteria for Judging
Similar awards will be given to
the first, second and third place
winners of the race. Manageabil-
ity and speed will be the criteria
used for judging this event.
Immediately following the Skit
Night competition on Friday, May
10, the second parade of the
weekend will .be held. This will
be a torchlight parade to the Diag-
onal where campus and outside
entertainment will be provided..
Second day activities of the
two-day weekend will center
around Palmer Field. This is
Field Day and will consist of ex-
hibitions, competition and enter-
tainment.
Donkey Baseball
The exhibition will be in the
form of a donkey baseball game'
between members of the faculty
and students. Schwartz says that
the student players will be chosen
in an all-campus election.
Housing units will participate
against each other in numerous

athletic endeavors, and campus
and professional entertainment
will be presented as part of Field
Day activities.
All housing units will be com-
peting for the grand prizes of the
weekend.
Special everts is only one facet
of the weekend, others being Skit
Night, dances and concerts.

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