TAE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, APRM 26, 1957
PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY I~7RIDAY, APRIL 26,1957
Judic Chairman Not for Mickey Mouse
By RICHARD TAUB
Herb Wander, '57, is not a man
for "Mickey Mouse" organizations.
And, judging by his accomplish-
ments, he's not one for "Mickey
Mousing" around either. Since his
arrival at the University, he has
become a Phi Beta Kappa mem-
ber, editor of the 'Enslan, Chair-
man of Joint Judiciary Council
and active in his fraternity, Zeta
Wander may have made history
on the 'Ensian. He was the first
junior to hold the position of edi-
tor of the year book in as long as
anyone can remember.
With characteristic frankness,
he explainshis promotion might
have come about because he was
the best person or because "there
was nobody else."
Herb probably came to school
because of the 'Ensian. He had
worked on his year book at West-
ern Hills . High School in Cincin-
nati and enjoyed it. He knew peo-
ple who were active on the'Ensian
and got the impression from them
that it was "a pretty good book,"
one worth working for.
He found his work valuable,
more so than in many other ac-
tivities. In some organizations,
"after learning how to operate a
mimeograph machine or keep
books, what have you got?" he
Can Be Creative
"With the 'Ensian you have a
chance to be creative," he said.
We can't run a box marked "cor-
rection" the nxt day." The book
Just comes out once a year.
Almost bereft of responsibility
after his term with 'Ensian, Herb
looked around for something
worthwhile to do.
He then petitioned for Joint Ju-
dic. The job isn't time consuming,
he explaned, as we meet once a
week. He felt the council would
give him a chance to work with
HERB WANDER - Chairman of the Joint Judiciary Council,
Herb Wander, '57, thinks over his past four years at the Univer-
sity. Ex-Editor of the 'Ensian, Wander is "taking it easy" this
-disagreement comes about be-
cause of different emphasis.
In a drinking case, for example,
each of us may look at the viola-
tion differently. One person may
emphasize the fact the violator
drank at all, another that he
drank too much, another that he
disturbed the neighbors, and may-
be even another just because he
But even so, he said, we usually
agree about what should be done
Herb waits on tables at the Zeta
Beta Tau house for meals, and
helps correct blue books for the
He feels he is quite active and
interested in the house, although
he lives out, as do most of the oth-
He has a part in the "Spring
Weekend skit," "ZBT will win -
I hope," he added.
He is also president of the
"pygmy club," an organization
made up of the shortest men in
Herb hasn't found the final half
of his senior year too difficult, and
is now looking forward to law
school next year, at either Har-
vard or Yale.
Herb feels he has gotten a'
great deal from his college career.
I gues the old saying is true, he
said, you do get out of school what
you put into it.
"At a big University you have
to get out and meet people. If
you don't you are completely lost.",
"Of course," he concluded wry-
ly, "I don't need much sleep eith-
To Give Concert
The Stanley Quartet with Wil-
liam Stubbins, clarinet, will give a
concert at 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday
April 30 in Rackham Lecture Hall.
"Quartet in G minor," Op. 74,
No. 3 by Hayden, "Quartet No. 1,"
Op. 8 by Karel Husa, and "Quintet
in B minor," Op. 115 by Brahms
will be included in the program.
Relax with a treat and elate in the
knowledge of good food. Old fash-
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French doughnuts that melt in
yoursmouth, and special decorated
Campbell & Son Bakery
219 N. Main NO 8-9880
'53 FORD CUSTOM. R & H. Perfect
shape. NO 2-5695 meal times. L.
JAGUAR OWNERI Arnolt-Corey super-
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140. For sale at attractive price. Call
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COCKTAIL and semi-formal dresses
each worn only once; sizes 9 to 16.
Best offer accepted. NO 2-7953 after
WOMAN'S ENGLISH BIKE with gears
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man's thin tired bike; phone NO 5-
VACUUM CLEANER. Hoover Model 141'
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people, and help promote student
ideals and proper conduct.
I thought if somebody was going
to hear cases of students violating
University regulations and give'
out punishments, it might as well
be me, he said.
Through Joint Judic he has
helped to form University policy
in discipline areas, and has had
the opportunity to work- closely
with members of the administra-
tion, he said.
Herb sees Joint Judic not as a
court but as a council. The group
can help people who have gotten
out of line - not try and punish
them," he feels.
Most cases are just of poor
judgement, he noted. Drinking
and driving violations head the
list of council cases. However, it
has heard violations on anything
from stealing books from the li-
brary to stealing cars.
No two cases are ever alike, he
emphasized. In the paper, all
drinking violations sound alike.
But there are always different ele-
ments, he declared.
Driving regulations have been
the cause of a great many viola-
tions this year, h mentioned. How-
ever, most have been concerned
with people who are old enough to
have a car here, but who haven't
registered. The council has been
lenient in these cases.
Not many people have been
caught, he added, who actually
ciolated the purpose of the rule-
driving a car when under 21.
Herb feels Joint Judic is an ex-
cellent group. We almost always
agree on the essentials - he said
ROOM AND BOARD
ATTENTION SUMMER BOARDERS.
The best meals on campus will be
served for $2 per day at 808 Tappan
St. Call NO 3-8581, ask for Bill Pow-
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CAR SERVCE, ACCESSORIES
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Phone NO 3-8611
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Open Monday evening until 8:30
LANDSCAPE MATERIAL: Evergreens,
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PORTABLE TYPEWRITER, Smith-Cor-
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$45.00. Phone HU 2-7953 after 4 P.M.
334 S. State St. NO 3-6612
Mending - Alterations. Ph. NO 2-9541.
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted, $18, or new silk
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Tailoring, restyling. Will do fitting in
your home or mine. Experienced,
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Pick-up and Delivery
PASTEL MINK-NEW SKINS
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MARGARET SHOP - 516 E. LIBERTY
WASHINGS -- Also ironing separately.
Specialize in cotton blouses and
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Values up to $34.95
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ALL ACCESSORIES, STRINGS,
508 E. Williams
SELLING personal collection of classical
long playing records in very good
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PETS AND SUPPLIES
SALE ON MONKEYS $25 ea.
NEON TETRAS 50c ea.
tropical fish, acquariums, supplies
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
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ALL COLORS - baby parakeets and
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cages. 305 W. Hoover. NO 2-2403. )T3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Leather notebook back of Uni-
versity High, Sat, A.M. Please call
Mark Booth, HU 3-1497. )A133
REWARD for information leading to
whereabouts of gold ring. Lost 3/18 in
library. Call 3-0521, ext. 672. If no ans.
leave message. )A120
FOR SUMMER ONLY: 4 room newly
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bath; 1 block from shopping area
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FOR FALL and summer-modern apart-
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POSITIONS FOR DENTISTS
New office space for lease or sale.
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Can include work rooms, operating
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FOR SUMMER: 3 man furnished apart-
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FURNISHED BASEMENT efficiency.
Available May 1, NO 2-2076.
BEAUTIFUL MODERN furnished apart-
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ATTENTION STATE OFrMICHIGAN
RESIDENTS. Free to work fll time
all summer. Earn $125 per week plus
scholarship opportunity, Experience
not required. Car necessary. Appli-
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TWO MEN wanted to work as leaders
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One man to assume supervision of
rifle range and to act as cabin coun.
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and to make purchases for camp, will
also have other responsibilities. If
interested call NO 2-9454 evenings.
new College Campus Store
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