'HE MICHIGAN DAILY
;idents of Women's Houses
' Meet at League Tomorrow
All presidents or representatives
of undergraduate dormitories and
houses are expected to attend a
meeting at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the
League, according to Irma Eichkorn,
chairman of the Women's Judiciary
Council. The room number will be
posted on the bulletin board in the
Representatives should come pre-
pared to submit the schedule of
quiet hours enforced in their houses.
League social events for the sum-
mer will be explained at the meet-
Procedure for sign-out sheets and
latenesses will be clarified at the
meeting. Three latenesses during the
Summer Session require that the of-
fender be reported to the Council.
One lateness of over 30 minutes
makes it necessary for the offender
to appear before the Council.
'U' Flying Club
A flying meet and club banquet
highlight the new social program
planned by the University Flying
Club at their first meeting last week.
At the meeting, 25 new members
were taken into the club which was
reorganized last fall. The club now
owns three planes, and membership
is limited to approximately 22 mem-
bers per ship. Members fly at the
local airport under the supervision
of J. H. Prescott, chief instructor.
D. C. McAllster, president of the
club, heads up the newly elected
executive board, which includes Paul
Shafer and John Horeth. Don Mil-
bourne will serve as operating man-
ager for the coming year.
Several new instructors recently
joined the staff and additional in-
struction will now be ,,ailable, ac-
cording to Prescott.
The next meeting of the club is
scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in Rm. 1042 East Engineering.
DEAN OF WOMEN SAYS:
Coeds Have Obligations
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHI-
GAN has welcomed a large
group of women to the summer
session of 1946. These are times of
crisis and emergency in the educa-
tional world. The veterans have
come back to college in larger num-
bers than anyone anticipated and
now on many campuses housing,
classroom facilities, teaching staff,
and counselling services are taxed
to the limit.
W Women should bear their full
burden in the sacrifices which are
necessary in absorbing the veterans
back into the society which they
have helped to preserve. No one
DEAN ALICE C. LLOYD questions the veteran's right to con-
tinue the education that had to be
interrupted. It implies anything but equality if we over-protect our
women. Where the men of the college community are facing hardships,
the women must too.
Because it has been necessary to close the doors of the University
to a great many well-qualified young people, it puts upon those who
are admitted a tremendous responsibility to justify fully their right to
be here. Anything short of one's best work is not good enough in times
like these. We must, therefore, turn the emergency into a challenge to
hold the highest possible standards of performance.
The women of the commonwealth want to be admitted to the full
r rights, honors, and privileges" of higher education. If they ask for
the advantages of higher education, they must also be ready to face more
courageously and more unselfishly than ever before their civic and na-
tional responsibilities in a time of national crisis.
-Alice C. Lloyd,
Dean of Women
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Sign-Out Sheets Due
Mondays at League
All sign out sheets with latenesses,
penalties and late permissions circled
must be turned in by 5 p.m. each
Monday in the sign out sheet box
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League beginning tomorrow, accord-
ing to Irma Eichkorn, head of the
Women's Judiciary Council.
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Classes in elementary and inter-
mediate riding and senior lifesav-
ing are still open to all women stu-
dents, according to Dr. Margaret
Bell, director of the summer session
program of physical education for
Registration may be made at Of-
fice 15, Barbour Gym, for both
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By LOIS KELSO
ON GENERAL principles, I always
feel sorry for students entering
the University of Michigan, but my
heart really bleeds for a young man
who will take the leap next year.
I refer, of course, to Alan Ste-
phan of Cicero, Illinois, who re-
cently won the title of "Mr. Ameri-
ca," something he will probably
rue bitterly after the notoriously
underdeveloped average Michigan
man gets through with him, not
to mention the Michigan woman.
ON THE SURFACE Mr. Stephan
seems to have a few things in
his favor. Anyone who saw the cut
of him in The Daily for June 2 will
know what I mean. Then, too, he is
from Cicero, Illinois.
But even the bulging muscles,
even the advantages of an upbring-
ing in Cicero, which- is no ivory
tower, even experience as a judo
instructor, will be - of little avail
against the persistent Michigan
coed, who may have her faults but
knows a good thing when she sees
one, which isn't often.
WE HAVE HEARD, over and over
again, terribly amusing remarks
about four out of five and the de-
ficiencies of Michigan coed.
Little has been said about the
almost untouchable subject of the
Michigan man, in print, at any
rate. There are things a lady just
can't say. I should merely like to
remark with maidenly restraint
that the whole thing wouldn't be so
bad if he didn't think it so good.
THE PROBABLE fate of Mr. Ameri-
ca in Michigan's dust-covered
halls is almost too sad to contem-
Pathetic, isn't it? - the thought
of this big, shy kid, who has turned
down movie contracts to pursue
higher learning, sneaking in and
out of classes, assaulted with waves
of perfume and offers 6f help with'
homework, deluged with requests
for matches in Angell Hall smoker,
possibly; terrible thought, inveig-
led into attending sorority open
houses, perhaps holing up in the
Law Quad and emerging cgnly
after closing hours in search of
plate. Two of the Daily's loftier edi-
tors have met him and report him
as looking "even as you and I" in a
blue sports coat, which speaks well
for the tailoring of the editorial staff,
and pronounce him "just a shy
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