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FRIDAY, AUG. 14, 1942

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Judiciary Council

Governs

Various

League Activities

Members Aid Dean
As Discipline Board
Of Campus Women
(Continued from Page 1)
11:30 p. m. Friday and Saturday
night dances must close at midnight.
Weekend: Any woman expecting
to be out of her house Friday, Satur-
day or Sunday night must notify the
head of the house personally, leave
address in advance and sign in when
she returns.
Mid-week: Any woman wishing to
be out of her house overnight during
the week (Monday through Thurs-
day) must register her plan in the
Office of the Dean of Women before
5 p. m. of that day. She must leave
her address at her house and sign
in when she returns.
Late Return from Out of Town: To
secure this type of late permission
for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday nights, a wo-
man must obtain permission from
the Dean's Office. On Saturday and
Sunday nights she may receive per-
mission from the House Head who
may not give it for a return later
than 1:30 a. m. on Saturday or 12
p. m. on Sunday.
Campus: Women who attend the
following events must be in the house
one-half hour after their termina-
tion: parties that are late dances by
permission of the Committee on Stu-
dent Affairs, Choral Union Concerts
and May Festival Concerts, Orator-
ical Association Lectures, Dramatic
Season Plays, their own class func-
tions, athletic events, Play Produc-
tion, special lectures and functions
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Freshman Women: In the case of
plays which run throughout the
week, freshmen are expected to at-
tend on weekend nights. Permission
for all late campus functions not list-
ed above must be obtained from the
Office of the Dean of Women.
Upperclass Women: They must ar-
range in advance with the house
head when attending late campus
functions not listed above.
Late Functions: All engagements
other than those defined above,
which detain women later than the
regular hours for any night other
than Friday, Saturday or Sunday
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LORRAINE JUDSON

Undergraduate
Council Fulfills
Important Role
Defense Committee Is Adder
To Aid National War Program
Under Chairman Peggy lhling
The Undergraduate Council, a
group representative of the entire
woman's student body, performs an
important function of the University
in organizing and supervising wo-
men's activities and in initiating all
business for the undergraduate
Michigan League.
A new member has been added to
the Council personnel, which was ap-
pointed and installed in office the
latter part of the second semester
last year, to take charge of the de-
fense activities as the League's con-
tribution to the national war pro-
gram. In charge of this Defense Com-
mittee is Peggy Ihling.
Led by Charlotte Thompson
The entire group is under the lead-
ership of Charlotte Thompson, '43,
president of the League. Her assis-
tants include two vice-presidents,
Marjorie Storkan, chairman of The-
atre Arts, and Virginia Capron,
chairman of Orientation.
Other members of the Council in-
clude Lorraine Judson, president of
the Judiciary Committee, Betty New-
man, president of Assembly, and Vir-
ginia Morse, president of Panhellenic
Association.
In addition, the following women
will serve on the Council: Barbara
McLaughlin and Eleanor Rakestraw,
secretary and treasurer of the
League, respectively; and chairmen
of the League standing committees,
which include Mary Lou Ewing,
dance classes; Marjorie Mahon,
candy-booth; Marallyn MacRitchie,
merit system, and Margaret Brown,
social.
Chairmen Appointed
Chairmen of standing committees
are appointed by the retiring Under-
graduate Council from recommenda-
tions submitted by Judiciary Com-
mittee.
Concluding the list of Council
members are Barbara Alcorn, tutor-
ial chairman; Nancy Filstrup, pres-
ident of Women's Athletic Associa-
tion and Barbara DeFries, women's
editor of The Daily.
One of the major duties of the
Undergraduate Council is to approve
all recommendations given to it by
the Judiciary Council for the princi-
pal positions in all class projects and
for the-important League positions.
Council Guides Work
All extracurricular work on the
part of women is guided by the Coun-
cil. In addition to this, the group
submits a report of all action which
concerns the women of the campus

must be registered in the Office of
the Dean of Women before 5 p. m.
of that day.
Any lateness of 30 minutes or over
makes it necessary for the offender
to appear before Judiciary Commit-
tee.
Latenesses are cumulative through-
out the entire school year. Penalties
are as follows:
For each lateness: Five times the
number of minutes, e. g. two minutes
late, ten-minute penalty the Friday
or Saturday night following the late-
ness.
Four latenesses during one semes-
ter: In residence by 8 p. m. the fol-
lowing Friday and Saturday nights.
Five latenesses during one semes-
ter: Report offender to Judiciary
Committee.
Six latenesses during two semes-
ters: In residence by 8 p. m. the fol-
lowing Friday and Saturday nights.
Seven latenesses during two semes-
ters: Report offender to Judiciary
Committee.
These penalties must be imposed
by the disciplinary officer or council
in each residence.
During the examination period in
June, latenesses are to be reported
to the Office of the Dean of Women.
Social Probation: Any woman who
violates the house rules and is
brought before the Judiciary Com-
mittee may be placed on social pro-
bation.

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(Continued from Page 1)
Executive Board to interpret rules
and decide on violations and penal-
ties.
E. No house at any time may have
a membership, including pledges and
actives, exceeding sixty in number.
(Fine following action of the Execu-
tive Board.)
II. RULES FOR INTENSIVE
UPPERCLASS RUSHING
A. The term "upperclass" shall in-
clude all but first semester freshmen.
B. Rules shall be the same as for
freshmen intensive rushing season.
(See IIIB), with the following excep-
tion:
1. Rules shall go into effect the
Monday of Orientation Week.
2. Rushing shall extend from
Sunday, October 4 to Thursday,
October 15. The number of func-
tions given by each house is op-
tional, but must not exceed the fol-
lowing amount:
3. Schedule of function:
Sunday and Monday, October 4
and 5-Invitation Open Houses,
3:00-7:0.0. Tea with only two of
following: cakes, cookies, or sand-
wiches-no candy or nuts.
Tuesday through Thursday, Octo-
ber 6-8-Coffee, Cocoa, Tea, 7:30-

9:30. No more than two waiters
used for these.
Friday, October 9-No rushing.
Saturday, October 10-Luncheon,
12:00-1:30, or Buffet Supper, 5:30-
7:30.
Sunday. October 11--Breakfast.
9:00-10:30, or Buffet Supper, 5:30-
7:30.
Monday, October 12-Coffee, Co-
coa, Tea, 7:30-9:30.
Tuesday, October 13-No rushing.
Wednesday and Thursday, Octo-
ber 14 and 15--Informal dinners,
6:15-9:15.
4. From 9:15 p. m. on Thursday,
October 15 until 9:00 p. m. on Sat-
urday, October 17, there shall be
absolutely no communication with
any rushee. Silence period between
sororities and those who have re-
ceived bids shall end at 9:00 p. m.
Saturday, October 17. Silence pe-
riod between c :orities and girls
who have not accepted bids shall
extend to Monday, October 19 at
9:00 a. m. (Fine B).
5. Pledge day shall be Sunday.
October 18. Pledging shall start at
3:00.
6. Beginning Sunday, October
25, there may be informal rushing
for upperclassmen.
7. All transfers or upperclassmen

CHARLOTTE THOMPSON
a whole to the Board of Repre-
rntatives for their vote, as well as
esenting an annual report at the
gular meeting of the Michigan
ague.
Although the organization is pri-
arily concerned with the govern-
ent and problems of undergraduate
omen, it also cooperates with the
usiness office and the alumnae ser-
,ce.

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in good standing with at least 15
hours advanced credit may be
rushed and initiated during their
first semester of residence. If a
girl is not initiated during her first
semester, eligibility for initiation
must be determined by her first
semester's record.
III. RULES FOR FRESHMAN
RUSHING
A. Contact rules during deferred
season:
1. To go into effect Monday of
Orientation Week and to extend to
February 13.
2. There shall be no pre-ar-
ranged meetings or invitations ex-
tended bveen freshmen and sor-
ority women (sisters excepted),
(Find D).
3. There shall be as little con-
tact as possible between freshmen
and sorority women (sisters ex-
cepted). (Fine D).
4. Status of patrons, alumnae,
unaffiliated transfers and pledges
will be that of actives.
5. Rules A and B under section
IV, RULES FOR THE ENTIRE
YEAR, apply here.
6. A chairman of rushing in each
sorority shall be responsible for
any breaking of rules.
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