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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,19,.;5

PAGE EIGHT tilL ftIlClihhiAN BAIl A SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 19~5
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Room 3D, Mi
12 September,

ichigan Union
1965

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to mickgkanuheei.

Last spring the executive secretary of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity visited the Michigan
campus and met with a small group of men who were to become the core of a new chapter.
The pledges that we, the newly founded core, initiate during the next year will be the real
nucleus of Chi Chapter, giving them the rare opportunity to create a fraternity which is not
handicapped by archaic traditions and practices.

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We are organizing a constructive pledge program which benefits the pledge,

the ac-

tives and the entire chapter, rather than wasting any time wih hazing and unnecessary work
duties. We protest the subtle discrimination used by other fraternities, and are determined to

judge a man by his own personal merits, not by some preconceived notion of what a

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nity

man should or should not be.

TEPs is a continuously expanding national and international fraternity with over 60

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active

chapters

throughout

the

United States

and

Canada.

The national has pledged

our group tremendous financial assistance to bring TEPs back to the Michigan campus, and

will send several of its top executives here during the next two months.

The National also is

presently negotiating to secure a house as soon as possible
T he current lack of a house is not handicapping our social and athletic calendars in
any way.W e have activities planned throughout the entire fall semester which includes joint

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parties

with

other

fraternities,

TGs with sororities,

parties

with

our brother

chapter at

Wayne

State

University

in Detroit,

and

possible

trips

to other

Big

Ten chapters for

away football games.

As

you examine other fraternities, think of what each one has to offer you, as well as

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what it needs from you, in its future.

TEPs offers every pledge the opportunity to assume

leadership and responsibility almost immediately. TEPs needs men with new ideas not bound
to the traditions which no longer have a place at Michigan.

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There is a lot more to tell you about

Tau Epsilon Phi.

Why not stop in to see us, talk

to us about T EPs, and let us answer any questions you may have about TEPs or fraternities
in general. We are rushing from room 3D in the Michigan Union.
Fraternally yours,

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