1942-03-25; Central Michigan Life
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^t*is*a»£i6iisi»*i*«wrts; ^ MUSIC HOUR AT 6 P. M. THURSDAY L# VOLUME 23 SORORITY PLEDGEES ANNOUNCED MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1942 NUMBER 19 epresentation / Class Delegates-Council * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * College Gymnasts in Home Demonstration NATIONAL UNITY FOR DEFENSE is the name given the above tableau. It is one of a series of five to be presented by nine meujjj||k bers of the gymnastic team, coached by Lawrence Sweeney, in?jMRl. first annual home demonstration, Tuesday night, March 3lf^*"^ ■ ■ t- . •__ »-rin_:4___ gold bronze tableau, the nine boys depict recent events in -Courtesy Saginaw News tack on Pearl Harbor, Awakening America, National Unity for Defense, Retaliation, and Ultimate Victory. Pictured are Ross Allan, Stewart Gingrich, William Allan, Jerry Foley, George Duda, Fred Lee, Ed Schurr, Don Orr, and Bob Dundas. (Story on page 3.) AUTHORITY ON FAMILY RELATIONS, Dr. Paul Popenoe will continue here as speaker of the Youth Conference for the remainder of this week. The conference opened Monday ,mornmg with a breakfast meeting, and Dr. Popenoe will continue to meet campus organizations all of this week, concluding with a Sunday afternoon assembly. Meetings have been, and will be, devoted to special groups, but are open to all students and faculty. Pictured are, left to right, Dr. D. Louise Sharp, dean of women; Dr. Paul Popenoe; Esther Anderson, president of the Women's League; Paul Hintze, president of the student council; and Hi Becker, president of the Men's Union. (Program on page four.) Committee Seeks Student Approval At Early Election Change Would Call for Representatives from Three Inter- Council Groups. A sweeping change in student council representation- designed to ban class, representatives and establish club, fraternity and sorority delegates — was proposed at a council meeting Monday night. The new change, approved by all council members, will be voted on by the student body at a special election to be staged in approximately three weeks. In general the proposal would: 1. Eliminate class representatives. 2. Establish one representative from the following groups: Panhellenic council, Inter-fraternity council, Inter-faith council, Appleblossom editor. 3. Representation would be continued, as at present, from Men's Union, Woman's League, Life and Chippewa editors. 4. Dean of men and dean of women would continue as faculty advisors. Provisions are made in one bylaw permitting additional representation on the council from any new inter - organizational groups which may be set up on the campus'. Observers point to the recently discussed creation of an inter-departmental council as a new unit which may be formed. Considerable agitation for such a group has been felt for some time and if organized could toe given representation under the by-law provided. Elections The program would eliminate annual spring elections, except for Men's Union and Women's League officers, and organization elections. Under the new proposal all fraternities, sororities, and religious groups would name representatives to their inter-council organization. From the inter-council group a single person would be named to represent that unit on the student council. The proposal was brought before the present student council group by a special election committee, which not only included council members but campus political leaders. The committee was chairmaned by Emery Freeman and included Laura Shelby, Bud Ferguson, Art Merfitt, Charles Westie, Gene Hurst, and Dean George N. Lauer. ! ___%__-■ ■ill i V" •I j. ,-'* • I' A} -1 , i <i ■__■• ; i i 1 V V 4 'f.
|Title||1942-03-25; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Copyright Permission||Copyright 1942 by Central Michigan University. This material is copyrighted and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited.|