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February 16, 1958 - Image 3

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958 Tl MICHIGAN DAILY
State Fraternity Groups
Confer at 'U' Workshop
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OW, TRUCK, AND PHOTOGRAPHER-The preceding elements combined to give the Railway
press truck a life-like smile as Old Man Winter continued to play havoc with the nation, and
n Arbor as well. Two inches of snow fell yesterday and temperatures were expected to hover around
10-15 degree mark today as a new cold wave hit the nation.

dealer. General Motors Institute
and several other schools express-
ed interest in such a program.
Also discussed were the coordi-
nation of fraternity intramural
athletics, donating of time and
effort to various charitable or-
ganizations and various services
to the separate fraternities, as ob-
taining Christmas trees at cost
price and compiling a list of rec-
ommended merchants in the var-
ious college towns.
Social ..R.
"The event determines the
crowd-not the band," was the
consensus of opinion expressed by
the representatives attending the
group discussing social problems
of IFCs.
However several did say it was
"nice" to have a "big name band"
at the big dances.
Assistant Dean of Men John
Bingley assured the men that
chaperons at fraternity parties are
not out to get the men for infrac-
tions.
He said that about 90 per cent
of the chaperone reports he has
read put a favorable light on the
fraternity.
Organizations . .
Perhaps the most distinct dif-
ference between the organization
of the various IFC groups is the
provisions for thetjudiciary, the
representatives decided.
Most groups have Fraternity
Presidents Assemblies similar to
the one at the University, which
act as the legislative body, Also
most of the groups,have executive
committees which act as adminis-
trative bodies in the same manner
as the University's IFC.
However it seems the University
has apparently given its IFC more
latitude than is presently given
most other Michigan colleges at
present.
In view of the recent incident
of severe disciplinary action taken
against one fraternity at Michi-
gan State University, this aspect
of IFC organization was exten-
sively discussed.
Many of the faculty and ad-
ministrative personnel present at

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