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TU~ESDAY, SEPTEMB3ER 24,- 1940

THE MICHIGAN- DATLY

PAGE THREE--SECTION THREE

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Sports Facilities Available
To First Semester Freshman,

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Out of the maze of extra-curricu- tice on Palmer Field. The fencing
lar activities, one stands out as ac- club makes arrangements to meet
cessible to freshmen before those iother schools in the vicinity; the
rifle girls are more modern in their
first all-important eligibility cards choice of weapons.
are available after first final exam-J Archers make use of the wide
inations. Sports, in club or in other green lawns at the WAB. The out-
forms, are the only extra-curricular door sports club sponsors hikes, bi-
interests allowed to first semester cycle tours, canoeing and roasts.
freshmen; the Women's Athletic As- Last year it joined the Youth Hostel
sociation and the Physical Education Organization, and can now make
overnight trips to various points of
Department offer facilities thatinest
make these sports worthwhile. int eres r d o
Regular Physical Education classes The riders lead up to their annual
are varied enough, but the list of horse show and blue ribbons, just as
arevared nouh, ut he istofthe danceclboksfradtis
out-of-class activities is imposing in- club looks forward to its
deed. At the WAB and Palmer Field annual spring performance. Last
there are tennis and baseball courts year members of the latter club also
fortounamntsandfre ply; enperformed a dance verison of "Cin-
with women partners may wield their derella" for the League's Children's
rackets on the courts too. Tourna- Tournament time is all the time,
ments in the fall and spring often for tennis, ping pong, softball and
include mixed doubles, besides wo- bowling; basketball, archery, riflery
men's singles and doubles. and volley ball last all year 'round.
Bowling alleys, also at the WAB, Houses tops in participation and
uosuallyn draw large crow)s, while tournament successes are awarded a
b~ows and arrows, balls and bats, golf cup at the 'annual Lantern Night
c'lubs, horse shoes, roller skates, skiis,Sce wich clater of
tenis acktstobggas, ndpicnic Services which climax each year of
tennis rackets, toboggans, andpicnic Women's Athletic Association activi-
u~tensils can all be rented at the sameit
place. Foils and badminton rackets ity.
can be obtained at Barbour gymna-
nium, where badminton courts and Trail-Blazing Is 'Out'
fencing space are free in non-class TalBaigI
time. According to campus tradition,
Numerous clubs, all represented on cutting across lawns and through
the board of the WAA, meet weekly, hedges is strictly "tabu." Yet trail-
and usually hold teas for those girls blazing students had caused more
interested in joining. Swimmers may than $1,000 damage to grass plots
use the Union pool, while modern and shrubs on the campus before
dancers make themselves at home the end of last March, buildings
in Bairbour gymnasium until the and grounds department employes

O(,fthe Sock
The Daily has just received a copy
of a book entitled "How To Make
Good In College." I don't know why
they sent it to us especially, unless
it wasn't meant to be a slam at all,
but merely a hint that we use our
columns to disseminate its "message"
to any incoming students who hap-
pen to be in a receptive mood.
This "making good" business is a
problem all right-a cube root
problem. You know, one with a lot
of angles. You'll want to "make good"
scholastically, socially, and in extra-
curricular activities. And if you're
like the majority of us, you'll worry
yourself into using wrinkle cream
wondering what to wear to rushing
teas and where Room 1009 in Angell
Hall could have escaped to.
Walk, Don't Run
In the first place, walk, don't run
to the nearest exit. And the best
thing you could possibly do in any
circumstance is to ask questions. And
remember the answers!
Before you decide what courses
you want to sign up for, try to find
out something about them. For in-
stance, don't plan to take just one
semester of an introductory language
course. You have to take two semest-
ers before the University will grant
you any credit.
If you're worried about the techni-
que of registration, ask your orienta-
tion advisor; if the addresses on your
rushing invitations sound unfamiliar,
get a map of Ann Arbor and figure
out where you're supposed to go. The
simplest thing to do in that case, of
course, is to squander 35 cents and let
the cab driver worry, but it's not at
all necessary to arrive in such state.
Map Your Course
If you're worried about where to
hang your hat in the Union the first
time your date takes you there to
dance, ask any upperclassman to
draw you a location-map of the cloak
room and the make-up room before
you go, so you can walk in quite
nonchalantly.
Freshmen are not eligible to take
part in any extra-curricular activi-
ties, except those sponsored by the
Women's Athletic Association, until

Panhellenic Booth will be estab-
lished in the League Lobby during
Orientation Week for the purpose of
giving out information about the sor-
orities on campus.
The purpose of Panhellenic Associ-
ation is to promote cooperation
among the various sororities and to
unify the interests of affiliated and
I non-affiliated women. The member-
ship of this association is composed
of three delegates from each soror-
ity who meet once a month. This
year's officers of the Executive Com-
mittee for the Panhellenic Associa-
tion include Annabel Van Winkle,
'41, president; Marian Conde, '41,
secretary; Barbara Fisher, '41, treas-
urer, and Betty Kepler, '41, rushing
secretary.
During the first week of fresh-
man orientation the Panhellenic
booth will open at 9 a.m. and close
at 6 p.m. each day. After this peri-
od the booth will be moved into Miss
McCormick's office in the League
where Beth O'Roke will answer any
questions concerning sororities.
Rushees Must Register
Every girl wishing to be rushed.
must register at the Panhellenic Booth
during Orientation Week. The fol-
lowing list of rules include rushing,,
pledging and initiation rules for so-
rorities.
The University of Michigan Pan-
hellenic Association Rushing, Pledg-
ing and Initiation Rules for Sorori-
ties, 1940-41:
I. General Rules:
a.) All rushees are required to pay
a fee of $1.50 at the Panhellenic Booth
in the Michigan League by Monday
noon, September 30. This entitles
them to the Panhellenic Booklet.
b.) There shall be a rushing secre-
tary hired by Panhellenic for the
purpose of working at the Panhellen-
ic Registration Booth, and for doing
the clerical work in connection with
the rushing fees.
May Call Dean's Office
c.) For additional information about
rushing, rushees or affiliated women
may go to the Panhellenic Booth in
the Michigan League or call Miss
Jeanette Perry at the office of the
Dean of Women.
d.) At any time during the rush-
ing season anyone may ask for a
meeting of the Executive Board to
interpret rules and decide on viola-
tions and penalties.
II. Rules for the Period of Intensive
Rushing:
a.) Rushing shall extend from
Saturday, September 28 at 3:00 p.m.
until Wednesday, October 9, at 9:15
p.m.
b.) Schedule of Rushing Parties:
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 28 and
29-Invitation Open Houses, 3:00-
7:00.

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President

1:30, or Buffet Supper, 6:00-8:00.
Sunday, Oct. 6-Breakfast, 9:00-
10:30, or Buffet Supper, 5:30-7:30.
Monday, Oct. 7-No rushing.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 8 and
9-Formal Dinners, 6:15-9:15.
c.) Invitations, Acceptances, and
Refusals:
1. Printed invitations of the initial
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Sorority Activities During Rushing
To Be Determined By Panhellenic

College Asks Brawn
In Addition To Brains
In the midst of the bedlam that
seeems to be a necessary part of be-
coming enrolled and classified in an
institute of higher education, it is
oh so easy to forget that small item
which is a definite part of your col-
lege requirements-gym.
In order to receive a diploma-
assuming that that is what you are
here for-every woman student must
complete one year, two semesters,
four seasons of gym, and pass two
skill tests.

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There is a difference in the
Fall snap brims, the crowns
higher and brims wider, of
fur felt which does not spot
with rain. 21'2 to 23 head
size.

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ANNABEL VAN WINKLE
Rushing Calendar Given
Monday through Friday, Sept. 30-
Oct. 4-Dessert and Coffee, 7:15-
9:15.
Saturday, Oct. 5-Luncheon, 12:00-

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You'll be so busy going to class,
learning house rules, and planning
your week-end activities that you'll
be apt to miss announcements of lec-
tures, concerts, petitioning for class
projects, and the like. They're a part
of your college life that you won't
find listed in any registration cata-
logue, nor do upperclassmen always
attach to them the same importance
that they might have for you. So do
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