1943-01-13; Central Michigan Life
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\ ft/ednedJay. By Henry Smith Now that the New Year has been firmly anchored in place and a goodly share of the alleged resolutions have been broken, Central Michigan students settle down to more serious matters and await the final verdict—EXAMS. Take heed, stoodcnts, and buckle down. "I'm beat!" cried the rug as the 200 pound maid finished a half-hour session with the vacuum sweeper. Dust you understand? Ronan Hall residents are eagerly waiting the return of the young gentlemen (or gentleman) who spent a few moments spelling out "I LOVE YOU" in huge letters in the snow last Thursday. Besides the letters was a huge heart bearing the initials B. S. and B. J. A rather clever but public way of getting the idea across to the young lady, is it not? Students are once again reminded, as are faculty members, that Central Michigan Life will sponsor an auction sale of all lost and found articles in the cafeteria of Keeler Union at 4 p. m. next Wednesday. Proceeds will go to the Victory Loan Fund. Do not forget to attend this sale. C. C. Barnes, dean of administration, will provide the auctioneer's chant. Those who attended the Central- Alumni basketball game last Friday night had a hilarious evening. Lawrence "Doc" Sweeney's slow-working Alumni cagers managed to score a few points with the aid of Carlo Barberi's tremendously long-toms from past the center of the floor. With Danny Rose playing with the Alumni, Bill Blamer coached the varsity cagers to victory. Even the referees were baffled. At times six and seven Alumni were playing. At the end of the game all the substitutes from both sides were on the floor and baskets were poured in from all angles. Incidentally, basketballs were everywhere, also. Fans were even shooting. Final score? "Doc" Beck,- official scorer, finally gave up. He didn't know which basketball was the official game ball. Since the Christmas edition of Central Michigan Life, the General Office has announced that the following persons and organizations have purchased . blue stars to be placed on the college's Victory Loan Fund Service Flag: Carlyle H.- All- dread, purchased by Arthur Hallo- ran; Jim R. Barr, Kappa Mu Epsilon; Corp. Jack Benford, Mrs. Harry A. Miller; Ensign Bill Carroll, Prof. Harry A. Miller; Lt. Lawrence E. Devine, Iola J. Devine; Donald Fields, Prof. Rose J. Hogue; G. Robin Gregory, Dr. Rolland H. Maybee; Don M. Habermehl, Cliophiles; Horace D. Hodge, e Dean C. C. Barnes; Lt. Wallace Gabler, Dr. Wilbur E. Moore; Robert Knott, Kappa Delta Pi; Glen C. Langworthy, Sigma Phi Omieron; Lt. Ed Mcintosh, Circulation Department, Library; Corp. Kenneth Mead, Dr. Katharine C. Turner; Donald Nelson, Dr. Wilbur E. Moore;. Ensign Keith Norwood, Prof. Herbert E. Marshall; Ivan Steiner, Kappa Delta Pi; Cadet LaVerne "Dick" Sweeney, Kappa Mu Epsilon; Jack Tremaine, Dr. John K. Osborn; Howard Ward, Sigma Phi Omieron; and Hi Wood, Dr. Wilbur E. Moore. iofs * * • VOLUME 24 MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN/WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1943 NUMBER 11 616&S6 University Band to Piay for Dance on January 22 Bill Sawyer and His Orchestra to Featoe. Vocalist Gwen Cooper* Featuring the . well-known music of Bill Sawyer's 16- piece orchestra and vocalist Gwen Cooper, who, have been starred on the Fitch Bandwagon and are now playing weekly at the University of Michigan Union, Central Michigan College juniors will stage the annual J-Hop from 9 to 1 on Friday evening, January 22, in Keeler Union ballroom. Decorations will be in a blue and silver theme. An all-college poll was taken to determine whether the J-Hop should be a semi-formal or formal party. The balloting favored a semi- formal dance to enable more students to attend. The emphasis this year will be to make the J-Hop the outstanding party of the first semester before many Centralmen leave for the armed services. Tickets on Sale One hundred fifty tickets went on sale Monday morning, January 11, for $3 plus tax at a special J— Hop booth in the lobby of Warriner Hall. See—UNIVERSITY—Page 4 Conductor WILLIAM A. HOPPE, instructor in the music department, will conduct the Central Michigan college orchestra in its initial concert program next Monday night. The concert will be the Victory Concert. POSTPONED Miss Josephine Antoine whose concert was scheduled for January 7, was ill and unable to fill any engagements. Tentatively the engagement ha® been set for January 2,1. General''Office. -" Orchestra Sends Records to Ronan Ronan hall girls were playing four new sets of recordings last week, a Christmas gift from the Cleveland Symphony orchestra which stayed overnight at the dorm several weeks ago when it appeared on Central's lecture program. Recordings received included Shostakovich's First Symphony; Tschai- kowsky's Fifth Symphony and his Romeo and Juliet; and Showboat Scenario by Jerome Kern. William Hoppe to Conduct Orchestra in Victory Concert Next Monday The Central Michigan College Symphony orchestra directed by William A. Hoppe, music department instructor, will present a Victory Concert at 8:15 p. m., Monday, January 18. Soloists will be M. Louise Bartlett, member of the music department faculty, at the piano; Jean Borske, violinist, from Manistee, and Geraldina Lewis, cellist, from Dearborn. The speech choir under the direction of Dr. Wilbur Moore, head of the speech department, together with the orchestra will do a group of patriotic numbers dedicated to the men.in the armed forces. Special lighting effects by Fred Bush, assistant professor,. of , English qnd speech, will be used for. these numbers. Admission for the concert for adults ,|s'i 25 cent* war' stamp and for,, stu^entSj' a. 'ICT cent' war stamp. Proc^ds;|jiLoni..the concert wili;go to the'Victory Loan Iftihd." v"" The program for the concert is as follows: PROGRAM I Symphony No. 8 in B Minor ("Unfinished") Schubert Allegro Moderate Andante Con Moto II Concerto in E Minor for Violin Mendelssohn Allegro, Molto Appassionato III Reve Angelique Rubinstein Perpetuum Mobile Strauss Clock And Desden Figures for Piano and orchestra, ..... Russian Sailor's Dance IV Gavotte No. 2 for Violoncello Ketelby Gliere Popper Plan for Pealing with Discipline President Charles L. Anspach Gives Procedure His Approval; Council Also Releases Policy Concerning Excuses from Physical Hardening Classes!. A policy and procedure dealing with. eases o| discipline has now been set up by the Student Policy TFprmulating Council and has been approved by President Charles L. Anspach, according to an announcement made by Br, t)avict M. Trout, chairman of the Council, yesterday. The Council also released a policy concerning excuses and absences from campus physical hardening classes. When a student of the college violates the standards of conduct usually accepted for members of the Central Michigan College Community, the social dean (Deari of Men or the Dean of Women) becomes his special counselor to (1) explain his rights and obligations, (2) see that he gets a fair hearing, and (3) guide him in all matters pertaining to his re-establishment in the good graces of the campus. The student involved in such a difficulty is entitled to have his case heard and a verdict rendered upon it by any one of the following methods: (1) the President of the college, (2) the dean of students and (3) a committee composed of a faculty member and student named by the student in consultation with his social dean, a faculty member and a student named by the dean of students and a fifth person named by the four members of the committee. The student and his social dean may appeal from decision rendered as a result of the latter two methods above and may choose either of the procedures not already used except that the decision of the President in all cases shall be final. The decision in each case shall seek the strengthening and re-establishment of the student in practice of socially valuable behavior. When a decision is rendered and accepted by all concerned, it shall be signed by all parties to it and a copy shall be given the student involved. Copies shall also be filed with the President, the social dean concerned and the dean of students, house for campus problems. The personnel of the committee includes Arlene Hopkins, Kurt Becker, John Evans, Melvin Detwiler, Henry Smith, Dorothy Malany, Margaret, Newman, Margaret ilahley and Bob Dundas as student representatives. Faculty members' Include Dr. Rupert Koeninger, Dr. Wilbur Moore, Dr. David M. Trqut (chairman), Park Lantz, George N. Lauer, ±>r. D. Louise Sharp, Helen Johnson, Mildred Fairchtyd, and Grace Ryan. The Council meets every Thursday afternoon at. five in the Student Personnel Office. Patriotic Group: Dedication (Dedication to Army) (Speech choir) Caissons Go Rolling Along Gruber (Dedication to Marines by choir) Marines Hymn Phillips (Dedication to Army Air Corps) Army Air Corps Song Crawforde (Dedication to Navy) Anchors Aweigh Zimmermann Poem "The Fighting Parson" Maurice Durfee Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition Loesser Poem "DQes it Matter?'—Sassoqn (Speech choir) TsW. J 7 ,h • ' v . • -. . • ■ . Star-Spangled Banner , Pinlandia Sibelius At an earlier meeting the Council announced that the president had approved a policy concerning the absences from the physical hardening classes on the campus1. According to this policy men who felt that they must be absent from class and knew so before the class was to meet must notify the instructor of that class1. If the instructor felt the need for an excuse was justified, he would grant the student an excuse. Then the student must fill out a slip and get the instructor to sign it. The slips are provided by the instructor. Students who know they are to be absent and those who have emergency cases, must make up the hour missed. This could be made up either in another class, in-some intramural program, or during a special hour. Make-up slips are also to be secured from the instructor. No student is excused' unless ifc is approved by the 'instructor :pr dean of men. ,,.'. "v<;. ~^?'. y..' /\7 The Student' Policy' Formulating Council is & committee of nine,, faculty pembWs\,wMnisie stud^jtsset .up to' pp^&^t' possibife changes "in ' admtaisW$ohil and" as" aJ clearing Committee Announces Rooms to Be Available The housing committee states that there will be a limited number of spaces in Keeler Residence HaU for the,spring semester. All. men stuuents interested in. llvjng there should make application to the- director of the union or the 4e.ah "of men one week prior to the; .close of the. fall semester. Room tent lis "$45 per senj.es.ter payable in.thfei installments of $15 each.
|Title||1943-01-13; 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;|
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