PAGE TWO-SECTION ONE
THE MICHIGAN DATLY
OCTOBER 1, 1940
The 41 general fraternities -with
chapters at the University have a
group of 582 registered rushees from
which to pick their pledge classes
during the current 12-day rushing
period, according to Blaz Lucas, '41,
president of the Interfraternity Coun-
Registration figures released by
the Council late yesterday indicate
that registration is approximately
the same in volume as last year, with
only a few more would-be members
of Greek letter organizations expect-
ed to sign up during the remainder
of "Rush Week."
Registered rushees in their first
semester of residence here must
pledge on the day set by the Coun-
cil, Monday, October 13, or wait un-
til the second semester of the cur-
rent University year.
Rushing will hold the center of
the stage in the fraternity world un-
til 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, October
9, , when all fraternity-rushee con-
tacts will end. Preference slips will
be submitted by rushees and fratern-
ities to the Dean of Students' office
Friday, October 11.
From The Dorms:
System Of Upperclass Advisers
Is Inaugurated At Jordan Hall
A new system-that of upperclass
advisers - was inaugurated during
Orientation Week at Jordan Hall
dormitory for girls. Under theplan,
19 upperclass women have been se-
lected to live with the freshmen
women in the residence hall.
The plan has as its purpose to
"help the new girls lead a balanced
life." Last week the upperclass ad-
visers at Jordan gave a play, spon-
sored a spread, a treasure hunt and
finally a tea. They are also spon-
soring a house newspaper entitled
This column will appear regularly
and will contain news of all Uni-
versity residence halls . . . Watch
for it .. .
The East and West Quadrangles
yesterday distributed activities cards
to residents concerning various clubs
and extra-curricular pastimes. Pro-
posed clubs are Camera Club, Orch-
estra, Glee Club, Music Appreciation,
Rod and Gun Club, Quadrangle News
Sheet, Intra-House Debating, Man-
ual Arts, Painting and Sketching.
From the Adelia Cheever House
comes this amusing story: In the deep
dark of last night, a new resident
(name given on request) arose from
bed, clothed herself, talked to her
roommate in her sleep. After a prom-
enade she was finally persuaded to
retire once more. She couldn't re-
call the escapade next morning.
Adelia Cheever has much more in-
formation for us, thanks to corres-
pondent Evelyn Kuivinen. The house
will hold its informal initiation next
Friday and Saturday, the formal in-
itiation Sunday. Cheever had an Ori-
entation Dinner Friday night .
They will have open house Saturday
after the State game. Newly elected
Cheever officers are Mary Lowery,
President; Christine Chambers, Vice-
President a'nd June Densmore, Sec-
East Quad Dinner
The East Quad celebrated its grand
opening with a dinner. Present were
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Deans
Bursley and Lloyd, Prefessor and
Mrs. Litzenburg as the first dinner
guests of the newly completed East
Helen Newberry Residence Hall an-
nounces a Tea Dance Saturday after
the football game . . . Newberry's
new officers include Helen Culley,
President, Mary DeMong, Vice-presi-
dent, Betty Jane Mueller, Treasurer,
Marjory Allen, Secretary, Helen
Breed, Social Chairman, Charlotte
Wyss, Senior House Board Represent-
ative and Mildred Curtiz, Junior Rep-
resentative on the House Board.
Martha Cook has three events on
schedule . . . Today-Tea for new
members; chairman-Doris McGlone.
Saturday-Open house after the
game; chairman-Geraldine Hart-
man. Sunday-Formal initiation of
60 new members; chairman-Mar-
Miss Barnard, house mother at
University House, gave a supper
party, after-which there was a social
get-together and house meeting . .
IThat's all now, but watch this' space
for complete dorm news.
Cohen To Conduct
1- By JUNE McKEE II
THE Michigan University of the Air
will start its thirteenth year of
broadcastingOctober 26. So far two
stations are scheduled to carry cam-
pus programs-WJR in Detroit, and
WCAR in Pontiac, with eight quar-
ter-hour programs apiece.
The 1940-41 broadcasts include
series on "Songs You All Should
Know," under the direction of Dr.
Joseph E. Maddy, "The Uiversity
Serves the State," and Vocational
IGuidance programs presidedc over
by faculty members. Prof. Preston
W. Slosson will present "The World
Today," and Alvin Zander, "The
Prof. Waldo Abbot will conduct
a medical series with the coopera-
tion of the Washtenaw County
Medical Society, and "Taken from
the Docket," with aid of the Mich-
igan State Bar Association. Dr.
Frederic 0. Crandall's class will
offer dramatizations, and the stu-
dents of Prof. Louis M. Eich,
"Readings from American Litera-
Station WXYZ in Detroit is en-
deavoring to schedule a series of mu-
sical programs, such as those pre-
sented by the University Band, Uni-
versity Glee Club, Little Symphony
Orchestra, the Fries Organ and vari-
ous ensembles. Station WMBC, De-
troit, also offers additional time for
President Tours Defenses
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30.-tiP)-
President Roosevelt made a 117-mile
tour of major Maryland facilities
today and saw guns, tanks and mech-
anized army weapons in action.
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Holy Day Service
Rosh Ha-shono, Jewish religious
ew Year, will be formally ushered in
by services in Lydia Mendelssohn
Auditorium at 8 p.m. today and 9
Rabbi Jehudah M. Cohen, director
of the Hillel Foundation, will con-
duct the services with the assistance
of Irving Zeiger, '41; Jerome Meck-
lenburger, '41E; and Herbert Lon-
"Judaism's Conrtibution to Wes-
tern Civilization" and "Rethinking
Jewish Tradition" will be the sub-
jects for Rabbi Cohen's sermons.
Rosh Ha-shono ushers in ten days
of penitence, which conclude with
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
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