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February 18, 1958 - Image 2

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A clause limiting the eligibility
to hold executive office was one
of the proposals presented to a
constitutional convention held by
Taylor House, South Quad.
This proposal, recommended by
the constitution committee, was
rejected by a large majority of the
house members present at the con-
vention. However, the rest of the
constitution, prepared over a
period of a year and a half, was
accepted.
The proposed constitution limits
the amount of dues which may be
Due to extreme length,
only four shows daily
at 1:05 - 3:40 - 6:20 - 8:55 P.M.

levied on the house members to a feller Institute for Medical Re-)f '
maximum of $10. P r e sident search and consultant to the Uni-
Charles K. Veenstra, '60E, empha-
sized that there were no present versity in biology will speak at 8 715 North University
plans to raise the dues to any- p.m. today in Rackham Amphi-
where near that limit. The house theatre on "Social Patterns of
judiciary will settle all questions Diseases." Read and Use
by a majority decision of at least The lecture is sponsored by the
four to one. Division of Biological Sciences. *" "
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constitution Tuesday. "Evolution of Infectious Disease."
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