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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Assembly Leader

Panhellenic Head

Rushing Rules
Are Pubslihed
Required 50 Cent Fee Is
Unprecedented Change
(Continued from Page 17)
must let the house know the next
day.
10. Invitations must be delivered to
the mail boxes of the dormitories or to
the front doors of the League Houses
starting at 9 a. m. Friday. No active
may talk with a rushee at this time.
11. Entering students must stay
not longer than three-quarters of an
hour at each house, and they may go
to all of the initial teas for which
they have received invitations..
12. A rushee may attend only one
of the initial teas at each house, and
no dates except the initial teas may
be split.
13. A sorority may not have more
than four dates with one rushee.
14. One of the initial teas shall.
count as the rushee's first date; she
may be asked for a second date by
invitation as described, or during the

tea. She may also be asked for a third
date during the first date.
15. A rushee may not be asked to
a formal until during the second
date except in the case of a rushee
entering school late.
16. A rushee may attend only one
formal by each sorority.
17. In order to avoid rushing at
trains, prospective rushees must not
be met by sorority women with the
exception of sisters.
18. Only three calls can be made
by a sorority upon each rushee. A
call shall consist of a telephone mes-
sage or a mailed invitation on the
written form. There will be no call-
ing in person on any rushee.
19. Beginning yesterday there
must be no contact between sorori-
ties and possible rushees except as
stated in the rules.
20. During the intensive rushing
season, a sorority woman may not
converse at all with any independent
eligible for rushing; this includes
those women not eligible for pledging
at the end of the intensive season.
21. No sorority woman may enter a
dormitory with the exception of
mothers and sisters who are not active,
and who may be in the dormitory but
may not communicate with other
women.
22. No rushee is to be called for

or taken home by the sorority or Further information may be If
anyone connected with the sorority at the information booth in
except in the case of the formal en-League.
gagements when the rushees may be
taken home but not called for.
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23. From 9:30 p. m. Tuesday, Oct.
11 to 9 p. m. Friday, Oct. 14. there
shall be absolutely no communication
with any rushee. Silence period be-
tween sororities and those who have
received bids shall end at 9 p. m.
Friday, Oct. 14. Silence period be-
tween sororities and women who have
not accepted bids will extend to 9 a.
m. Sunday, Oct. 15.
24. An invitation to a formal does
not necessarily mean a bid for a
rushee.
25. Pledge day shall begin at noon
Saturday, Oct. 15.
26. A rushee is bound for one cal-
endar year to the sorority on her
list which has bid her and for whiciz
she has designated her preference.
Preference slips may not be with-
drawn.
27. Each rushee who has been in-
vited to join a sorority will receive a
preference list Thursday night, Oct.
13 which she should fill out and re-
turn to the Office of the Dean of
Women before 12:15 p. m. Friday,
Oct. 15. There will be a box in Bar-
bour Gym for her slip.

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Students At Palmer Field
During Outdoor Season
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By JEAN McKAY
All of you sports enthusiasts need
' not fear that because you are about
to enter college you will have to leave
your athletic interests behind you.
The Women's Athletic Association at
the University offers you as many
1 sports and athletic activities as you
will have time for.
Upon entering the University every
woman automatically becomes an in-
active member of W.A.A.: she may use
the equipment and take advantage
of the coaching supplie by the Physi-
cal Education Department. She be-
comes an active member of the as-
sociation by participation in some
sport.
Many Indoor Sports Offered
Barbour Gymnasium and the Wo-
men's Athletic Building are thehead-
quarters of W.A.A. At Barbour Gym-
nasium there is space for fencing,
indoor badminton courts, basketball
courts and a dancing studio. At the
Women's Athletic Building there are
sixteen tennis courts, three hockey
fields, two outdoor badminton courts,
ping-gong tables, indoor and outdoor
archery and golf ranges, bowling
alleys, rifle ranges, lounges and locker
rooms.
The sports program of W.A.A. is
extensive enough to interest every-
one. In the fall there is archery,
golf, hockey, riding, tennis and volley-
ball; badminton, basketball, bowling,,
dancing, fencing, ping-pong, riflery,
swimming and outdoor sports are in-
cluded in the winter program; and
in the spring there is archery, canoe-
ing, golf, riding, softball and tennis.
Clubs Are Orgauzed
If you are particularly adept at
any of the sports you may join one
of the clubs under the supervision of
W.A.A. These include the archery
club, the badminton club,.the basket-
ball club, Crop and Saddle (the rid-
ing club), the dance club, the fencing
club, Pitch and Putt (the golf club),
and the rifle, swimming and tennis
clubs. Interclub and intramural tour-
naments are held in many of the
sports, and last year intercollegiate
meets were held in archery, badmin-
ton, basketball, fencing, golf and ten-
nis.
The only individual award for par-
ticipation in sports at the University
is ;the M scarf, a yellow and blue
scarf with an M insignia. The privi-
lege of wearing this scarfis earned
by the students who complete two
seasons of sports activity. This means
twelve participations in one or a
combination of not more than three
sports for two consecutive seasons,.
The school year is divided into four
seasons corresponding with the pro-
gram of the Physical Education De-
partment.,.
Cups Given To Winners
Besides the individual awards, cups
are awarded to the winners of team
sports. An all-participation cup is also
presented to the organization which
has the greatest number of partici-
pations at the end of the year. The

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Honors Board at the Women's Ath-
letic Building bears the names of
the winners in all sports for the past
year.
Any woman student enrolled in the
University may participate in tour-
naments, but she must be eligible for
extra-curridular activities in order to
receive the award for participation
or to take part in intercoliegiate
matches.
I Supervised By Board
W.A.A.. is supervised by an athletic
board composed of the officers-
president, vice-president, secretary
and treasurer-a manager for each.
sport, an intramural manager, a
publicity chairman and an award
chairman. The managers of each
sport are elected by the members ofI
that club and the other members of
the board are chosen by the senior
members of the board preceding them.
W.A.A. pis one of the sponsors of
Michigras, a carnival put on every
year by the University. It also spon-
sors Lantern Night, a traditional af-
fair held every spring to honor senior
women. Last yearta Lantern Night
Sing was held after the traditional
line of march. Sororities, dormitories,
and independent groups competed,
each being allowed three minutes for
their songs. Pi Beta Phi won first
place with "My Pi Phi Girl," Delta
Delta Delta second with ''Under
the Moon"" and Kappa Kappa
Gamma - third with "Kappa Sym-
phony." Beta Theta Pi, winner of
Interfraternity Sing, sang "The Lov-
ing Cup," the song with which they
placed. Norma Curtis, '39, president
of W.A.A., acted as toastmaster.

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