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Of More Dorms
Plans for building additional
women’s dormitories are ready
but the College lacks funds to pro
ceed, according to a statement re
leased from President Ralph D.
There is no immediate prospect
of funds for new dormitories, but
in the files of the. President’s of
fice are plans for two for women.
In answer to WSGA and Mortar
Board, senior women’s honorary,-
which last spring requested more
dormitory space or women, Presi
dent Hetzel replied that the ad
ministration is completely in ac
cord with building new dormi
tories. At the earliest possible
date, a new women’s dormitory
will be provided, he said.
At least 250 transfer and fresh
man women will live in town
dormitories this year, Dean of
Women Charlottee E. Ray has
stated. There are four coopera
tive houses and eight general dor
mitories in town.
Room deposits this year have
been increased from $5 to $lO to
discourage room changes and to
encourage women students to no
tify authorities of withdrawals so
that new students may be placed
on campus immediately.
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Dean Ray to Speak
Dean of Women Charlotte E.
Ray will speak to all freshman
women in Room 105 -White Hall
at 8 a. m. Monday, September
16, but all other WSGA meet
ings scheduled in the Freshman
Week calendar are cancelled.
All freshman women will be re
quired to fill out their personnel
cards in the WSGA office in
White Hall sometime during
Freshman Week. This indivi
dual contact replaces the can
celled meetings. Booklets ex
plaining all campus activities,
how and when to go out for
them, and a campus map will
be placed in rooms of all fresh
man women before they arrive.
College Will Open
Third Practice House
A third home management
house, located next to Watts Hall,
has been approved by President
Ralph D. Hetzel to provide resi
dent experience in home manage
ment for the largest senior class in
the history of the home economics
department. The new home man
agement house, formerly the Eng
lish Composition Building, will be
opened for use early in November.
Offices are being changed into
living rooms, bedrooms, and din
ing rooms. A modern kitchen,
laundry, and two bathrooms have
been installed. Equipping and fur
nishing the house will be handled
by juniors in home economics
classes this fall.
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THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
Women's Student Government Association Subordinated
To Aii'College Cabinet But Still Supervises Coed Activity
With Four Groups
Regulation and direction of ac
tivities pertaining solely to coeds
is carried on by the Women’s
Student Government Association
although women students are in
cluded in the All-College govern
ment, now in its second year.
Upon matriculation, member
ship in this organization is auto
matic for coeds. The four WSGA
ruling bodies include Senate, Jun
ior Service Board, House of Re
presentatives, Freshman Council,
and Judicial Committee.
Senate consists of the president,
vice-president, secretary, treasur
er, town senator, and class sena
tors elected by members of their
respective classes. Members who
holding no voting power are the
chairman of Judicial Committee,
women’s editor of Collegian, and
editor of Co-Edition.
Junior Service Board is com
prised of 15 junior women eleced
by WSGA Senate and the Juniors
on senate. New legislation may
be initiated through this body.
The House of Representatives,
composed of the president of each
dormitory and a representative
from each sorority, proposes new
legislation which is acted upon by
Senate. The WSGA vice-president
acts as speaker of the House.
Freshman Council is presided
over by the sophomore senator,
and deals with freshman problems
and regulations. Representatives
consist of women elected presi-
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Elinor L. Weaver ’4l is presid
ent of the Women’s Student Gov
ernment Association now in its
second year as a part of the All-
College government. Miss Weaver
was vice-president of the Associ
ation last year.
dents of their respective hall
Judicial Committee is composed
of two members of each class
selected their freshman year to
serve four years. The sub-chair
man of Freshman Council auto
matically becomes a .member; the
other freshman woman is selected
by WSGA Senate.
WSGA officers and all class
senators except freshmen, are
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elected in spring. One freshman
senator is elected by the incoming
class within one month of the be
ginning of first semester. The sec
ond freshman senator is named by
Violators of WSGA rules are
dealt with by WSGA Judicial
Committee in conjunction with
Senate and by the Dean of Wom
en at her discretion. Regulations
may be found in the Freshman
WSGA officers are Elinor L.
Weaver ’4l, president; Betty M.
Martin ’42, vice-president; Janet
N. Holtzinger ’4l, secretary; and
Pauline Crossman ’43, treasurer.
Class senators include Eleanor L.
Fagans ’4l, Anne M. Borton and
Mildred M. Taylor ’42, Margaret
K. Sherman ’43, and Jean Bab
Other Senate members are L.
Eleanor Benfer ’4l, chairman of
Judicial Committee, Vera L. Kemp
’4l, women’s editor of Collegian,
and M. Elizabeth Baker ’4l, edi
tor of Co-Edition.
Miss Benfer and Marybelle
Crossman are the senior members
of Judicial Committee, Jane A.
Stanton and Jeanne C. Stiles, jun
iors ;and Ruth L. Kiesling and
Marjorie L. Sykes,' sophomores.
Lininger In Two Jobs
Dr. Fred F. Lininger, recently
elected vice-dean of the School of
Agriculture, will continue as head
of the department of agricultural
economics, Dean Stevenson W.
Fletcher announced yesterday !
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