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Board of Governors. It is the duty sume their duties the day after som-
NIanaging the Unix ,ol the Recording Secretary to look mencement.
after the records of meetings and elec- General house rules are under the
tions. The General Secretary directs supervision of the House committee
Editor's Note: This is the second the President of the Union and its the Student activities of the Union. and may vary slightly from time to
of a series of three articles dealing Recording Secretary, five vice-presi- Tm
with the organization of the Michigan dents of the Union, three members of The student officers for thte selects time. For those interested further in
Union. This article deals with the the University faculty, five alumni the student ofcr o h following the various details of the organization
Cnon. hitus arthe Union, with tse hesof the Uni on, the Fnani year. Any other eligible person can of the Union an interesting booklet
Constitution of the Union, with its members of the Union, the Financial b nominated b the filing o ei a escrdfo h ands
offices and with its officers. The final Secretary of the Union and the Gen- tion properly signed by 200 ofor a petwhich ontainsec muchfrom data of that
article will appear next week. eral Secretary of the Alumni Assoc- bst e-
_____atnon. The Board of Directors has the 1oembers of the Union with the Re-1 character.
!gerat ontBoland supervision of cording Secretary at or before 9 a. m, Next Sunday I shall discuss the
g E.Sgeneral control nde supeeisionB a of the fourth day preceding the day various Student activities as concerns
(By George E. loan) the acmtivtes of the Union. By an set for election. The new officers as- the Union.
I. ORGANIZATION AND PERSON- affirmative vote of not less than ten
NEL members of the Board any Union
Acording to its Constitution the membership may be terminated after
a proper hearing of the charges.
rwmbership of the "University of The Board of Governors consists of
..higan Union" is confined to men the President of the Union and its Fi-
ad consists of seven classes, viz: nancial Secretary, one Regent of the
Annual Members, Life Members, Par University and four members of the
ticipating Life Memers, Honorary Union, three of whom must be alumni.i
The Board of Governors has full con- A Place to br g your friends
Members, Directors Members, Sum- trol over all financial matters, includ-
mer School Members and Special ing the power to borrow money; to Nowhere is the food better
Course Members. Every regular stu- appoint, discharge and direct a Gen-
dent in the University is an Annual eral Manager and fix his compensa- Nowhere is the service more prompt
tion; to fill vacancies of its own mem-
Memer upon payment of his tuition, hers; and on the affirmative vote of
Any student may become a life mem- not less than five of its members, in- TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
ber by paying fifty dollars during his cluding the President of the Union, to Maynard Street
last year in residence or one year vote and thereby nullify any action of
thereafter. While paying for his Life the Board of Directors which seems
to them to be contrary to sound finan-
Membership ie is a participating Life cial policy. Briefly, the Board of Di-
Member. With his final payment he rectors is in active control and oper- e
automatically becomes a Life Member. ation of the Union, but the Board of
Honorary Members, without pay- Governors is the supreme authority.
went of cues, are entitled to all privi- The President of the Union presides
at all meetings of the Union and of
leges of a Life Member save that they the Board of Directors and is ex-officio Have you ever seen the Famous Ko-I-Noor Diamond?
cannot, as such, be permitted to vote a member of all committees. Neither We have a Fac-simile of it now on display.
or hold office in the Union. Every he nor any other student officer re- Its History dates back 4000 years.
Regent of the University is an Honor- ceives any financial remuneration Presented to Queen Elizabeth in 1849.
ary Member during his term of office. The General Manager is ex-officio a Valued at $700,000.
Director Members are persons not member of the Appointment Committee The rough stone weighed 793/% carats.
otherwise eligible for membership who and treasurer of all committees, acts as Watch our window for other Fac-simile of the World's
become so upon an affirmative vote of purchasing agent, and has the power Historical Diamonds
a majority of the entire Board of Di- to select, discharge and fix the duties
rectors. They, like Honorary Mem,- and compensation of all paid employ- SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED
bers, are entitled to all privileges of ees of the Union. Me is under bond Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and
Annual Members but cannot hold of- and responsible to the Board of Gov- Silverware
fice or vote. Summer School Mem- ernors. 11 East Liberty Street
ters gain the same privileges by pay- The Financial Secretary is appoint-
ment of dues of two dollars for each ed by the University Senate Council
session. Special Course Members pay and mimt be a resident of Ann Arbor-
two dollars for each special course He has acces to the books at all '
period for similar benefits, times, signs all drafts and checks, and '
The Board of Directors consists oh is bonded and responsible to the
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one of JOHN B. E I B L E R. '...
314 South Main Street
B 113 East Liberty Street
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