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August 27, 1963 - Image 14

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The Michigan Daily, 1963-08-27

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eo u T H E M IC H IG A N D A IL Y _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Panhel Coordinates Sorority System Activities UInion Sponsors Services
______ ______ ______ ______ ______(Continued fo a e 1
bO.trud rmPg ast spr ing, Student Gover n-Athryegt aeacites
alx ctivities are'also a very ment Council, in compliance with. boklet descibing the ext a-cur-
nt pa t of sorority life r egents Bylaw 214 w hich fobids ii u a 1g n z t o s w l e d s
1open houses w ere given is;mn t o n s u e t o g n ri u e o al e t xi g f s r e
ieg m s la tzl a d m n ations iequested m em be ship yAlongu te amein fesah ue tin a
hi~ a e l d o n H o m e c m n g , s e l e c t i o n s t a t e m e n t s f o m a l l f r o - .tkA f fo n g es p a m p h l e,' a i l l l t u e v e n t
n thep rd o n ho r s displ ay te inities and soroities Five so oi- ¢e . ~t a a c u g in A n A o
1c a m p us- w i d c o m m i t t e e s . ii e s r e f u s e d , h i i n g c o u n c i l t o d e - ' . t heat a r eo u p bnd sin A ndA r o hr
t e r m in e w h e th e r S G C h a d th e T h e at., r g z o ns w ill b e n d e x e dh i n
Joain t C oo e rat on au th ority to requ est th em to d o x <Y tha is a tbo oklet.e n d xe i
A R f "<lted ,Women participated this. «The Regents reaffirmed theVaie
Interfraternity ouncil Sng authority of SGC over students Vre Resources
n t e r n N i g h t . e a r l y ou s e o r g a n i z a t i o n s a n d s p e c i f i c a l l y i n -T h eU n i n p r d e init se tw i e v a
~8include S int fraternity - eluded fraternities and sororities Theobuoidsingithefa houes the
c o o p e r a t i o n i n M i ch i g r a s , I n t h e , t e r m " s t u d e n t o r g a n i z a - h a nd" « " r ith eo f chig ani e nio n ahon e
W eek nd a d Ho ecom ng..ons. tel w ith f uest' room s , m eeting
v " rooms, bulletin boards and lounges.
On the other hand there is the
Try OLLET'S irstpool, the billiards room, the bowl-
F = ingalley, the MUG, the Pendleton
O h*.* * S**..".* library and even the barbershop.
no women were allowed to walk
BARGA N 5Lthrough the hallowed portals of
' >Y<its entrance. Although today wor-
enare Cordially invited to enterY '2S.C 5 'Tb>
- the Union, there are still a few EIH BLSIEPCKT1
AWApM"NWremnants of this old policy, Pool, billilards and snooker in th
"NOW IN THIS HOUSE :. ew female students on campus take advantage of rushing week, Because of the varied swimming aditoranadjcntaikgong rop
organized by" Panhellenic Association, to sample the offerings of a sorority 'house. Each of the 24 facilities on campus, the Union adionnt
A T, II ~~~~~houses in the sorority system has equal representation in Panhel which also coordinates services pool will be closed down this year conelsresae'hakd.
and activities.and converted for use by other ac- cutr
andTEactivitiesORT tivities.
Talent Hunt can petition to become chairman Is
R Since the Union is controlled by of one of the standing committees a
*k4students, it is always on the look of the Union.t
out for students who are interest- Petitioning
ed in Joining the staff. According- In March of their junior years, is
ly, notices are being sent out to chairmen petition for the senior le
all entering male students. Those offices of president and vice-pres- o
men that are interested will at- dent. Even If students do niot have c
' ~tend a recruitment meeting in the time to become chairmen,
September. President,. or vice-president they lei
The opportunities to entering can still work on the committeeslo
male students on the Union staff and help plan the programs ,that
are numerous. In his freshman the Union sponsors.
Year hie will be able to work along And even when one of the high-
with sophomores on special proj- er posts is denied him, an appli- -
ects of the committee that he is cant finds his experience useful .
on. both in general and ,when trying
He will also be able to become for other posts in student actvi-
office manager for one day a week, ties or in student government 7
In this position, the .freshman will where experience is asked for.
learn the complete .workings of The Union also comies out with
t this business enterprise.. Michigan, Union Reports. iThs
,. X As a sophomore hie might bae- newsletter is published four Or five-
come chairman of one of his com- times ayear and publicizes Union tl
mittee's programs. In March of activities.Occasionlly signed edi- B8
the student's sophomore year, he torials appear in it.These edi sr- a
I .. .. g
, tvi
EASY DOES. IT-Workmen renovate the first room of /te
t 420MAYNRQ SFFFTMichigan Union Grill (MUG). Softer lighting was put in and th
rANN R~ 0 booths were made more private to provide a more intimate atmos- rs
nt: ABOR lcHCPhere. The second room will be renovated this summer and fall.
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