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UUT sER 14,4941
THIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Women's Golf Club
To Meet At WAB
Pitch and Putt, women's golf club,
will hold a meeting and tea at 4:30
p.m. today in the Women's Athletic
Building, Virginia Frey, '42E, an-
nounced.
At the short business meeting fol-
lowing the tea, the fall program will
be discussed and plans will be made
for a tournament to be held soon.
Experience is not needed, but all in-
terested women are urged to attend.

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Peits PmiesdeTer

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There were all sorts of gay little groups of girls with large bunches of
colorful shrubbery on their shoulders, all over campus on Sunday afternoon.
They were pledges. The fact that this strange species of woman was all
over campus gives the signal to those who know-whoever they are-that
the rushing season is over.
This is a pity. Not that we enjoyed the season-don't get us wrong.'
But the whole period offerel such unlimited possibilities for juicy column
material. And any time which does that-no matter how trying and nerve-
wracking it is to other people,-we feel is not to be idly tossed aside.
The Pledge Formal: It's Agony...
Nevertheless, it's gone. Ah, but chin-up-white-tie-for-dinner-carry-on-
old-thing, we whisper to ourself, remember that the pledge formal is yet
to come. And, gang, if you can survive a pledge formal
without biting your nails down to the second knuckles and
being carried away to the Laughing Academy, sticking
n straws in your hair,-then you can face any of Life's Little
Battles, and we'll give you a written guarantee on that.
Perhaps, we should give you a rough outline of the
accepted procedure in this strange social custom, just so
that you can brace yourself a trifle for the trial to come.
(It doesn't really matter whether we should or not; we5re
going to-it's something to write about.)
This is the way you go to a pledge formal, if you are
a female pledge. In the-first place, you will probably be new on campus,
and unless you have been lucky, the only men you have met have been
gretty frightful slabs of horror. But, if you have seen a few decent loop,
ing men around, and you say to yourself, ah, this is my chance to have
the good old sisterhood fix me up with something a little less scaly than
what I have so far met. You inform them of your wishes, and someone
says, trust me, kid, you're practically set.
You trust her. She calls up the next day with the announcement that
she has a real smoothie all set for you. You will say, is he tall and she will
say oh yes, he is tall and muscular and besides that, he is a divine dancer.
He will call you up the next day. At the sound of his voice you will think to
yourself, well, he may be tall and muscular, but it's a pity his voice isn't a
key lower than a boy soprano's. He'll ask you if you like daisies, and you'll
say no--or perhaps, yes, if you like weeds. IUn either case you'll get daisies.
The Dream Boy-Your Date.. .
You'll get dressed. You'll put on your highest heels, because he is tall.
You'll buzz down to meet him. He will look like a minor jockey, have a
head like a peanut, and should long ago have joined
some good troupe of midgets. You will have a very'
enjoyable evening-if you have remembered to bring
a healthy dose of vitriol with you to adminster to
either him or yourself.
If you are a male pledge, you will have already
started to look forward to the pledge formal and
wonder who in thunder you can take to it to impress
the brotherhood. You decide on a gal who is really
a queen back home and are already to ask her when
you remember: (a) Home is 650 miles away, and
there might be some difficulty in getting her here, \
or (b) she always has regarded you as a sort of human bacillus, and she

Rushing Ends
As University
Lists Pledges
IFC Reports New Regulations
Aid Both Freshmen, Houses;
35 Societies To Initiate Men
(Continued from Page 2)
Mack, Patterson Mack, Charles Mun-
ger, Benjamin Pipp, John Queern,
John Smart. William Westrate.
Sigma Phi Epsilon: William Ager,
Richard Baird, Louis Devantier.
Charles Fisk, Donald Gorden, Donald
Granger, William Grey, Thomas
Grimshaw, William Hamilton, Jr.
Edward Hascaill.JJ., Sampson Hol-
land, John McCarthy, John Laursen.
James McDonald.
William Mikulich, Robert Ohl-
macher, Robert Ramsey, William
Schwab, John Shambach, Lynn Sted-
man. Blaine Swart, Charles Thomas,
Donald Thrun, Kenneth Wood, Ar-
thur Nikkel.
Theta Chi: James Connell, William
Gault. Kent Hopkins, Harry Inman,
Milton Kettler, John Langwig, Fraser
Luckett, Gordon Parks, Thornton
Schock.
Theta Delta Chi: Lawrence Bar-
tell, Frederick Beltz, Herbert Bayer.
James Cunningham, Arthur Geib,
Louis Jahnke, Jerome Lamb, Lloyd
Linton, Frank McDerby, Carl Otjen,
Robert Shelley, James Umphrey,
George Walsh, Donald Weisert.
Theta Xi: Edwin Baker, David Bar-
ton, John Beauchamp, Leland Brown,
Hugh Cooper, James Eystei , James
Grady, Frederick Hogan, Walter Klee,
Robert Lynch, Harold Rehm, Robert
Shadd, MacPhrson Smith, James
Williams, Wilbur Wood, Robert
Whitehorn.
Triangle: Edson Case, Robert Ford,
Henry Pontek Edward Rich.
Trigon: Lawrance Neumann, Ray-
Dance ClssesT
For Students
To Begin Today
Beginning and intermediate dance
classes, sponsored by the League, will
begin today to continue throughout
the coming year.
Those who enroll in the beginners'
class will meet from 7:30 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. in the ballroom of the
League, while those in the inter-
mediate group meet from 8:30 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m., also in the ballroom.
The classes are conducted for!
those persons who wish to learn the
fundamentals of ballroom dancing
and hostesses are to aid in the in-
struction. There is a slight admission
charge for men, but none for women.
Hostesses for the evening will be
Frances Ferguson, '44, Margaret
Harmon, '44, Olga Gruhzit, '43, Jane
Honey, '43, Susan Ortmayer, '44,
June Gustafson, '44, Peggy Ihling,
'43, Martha MacMillan '44, Peggy
Ross,, '44, Janet Clarke, '44, Martha
Kinsey, '44, Carolyn Wolfes, '44, Mor-
row Weber, '44, and Jane Shackel-
ford, '44.

Continued from Page 4) be posted on the bulletin board of the
Union.
lems of Ore Deposition" Thursday at The agenda will consist of neces-
11:00 a.m. in the Amphitheatre, Third sary elections and appointments, an-
Floor of the Rackham Building. Some nouncement of the administrative
of the chemical and physical prob- program for the coming year, and
lems which have puzzled the ore consideration of petitions.
geologist will be discussed. At this meeting legislative peti-
tions and bills will be accepted for
Ejs T A v consideration by the Senate. All pe-
va titions must be presented in written
Botanical Journal Club will meet form and must be signed by the
tonight at 7:30 in Room N. S. 1139. sponsors.

vited to attend.
DA ILY OFF IC IAL BULLET IN he Lgmet.ii:toniht at 7:301in
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Introduction of new members.
Reports of students and faculty on The R.O.T.C. Drum and Bugle Corp
interesting experiences of last sum- will meet tonight at 7:30 in the Yost
mer. Field House.
Mathematics Club will meet to- Mortimer J. Adler, Professor of the
night at 8 o'clock in the West Con- Philosophy of Law at the University
ference Room, Rackham Building. of Chicago, will speak on "Thomas
Professor Ben Dushnik will speak "On Aquinas and the Modern World," to-
the Dimension of a Partial Order." night at 8:15 in. Rackham Lecture
Hall under the auspices of the Stu-
To All Members of the Student dent Religious Association. The pub-
Senate: There will be a meeting of lic is cordially invited.
the Student Senate tonight at 7:30 at
the Union. The room number will Religious Drama: Students inter-
---ested in a study of religious dramatic
art looking toward the creation of a
ond Parr, George StrawserWil marionette theatre for the produc-
am Redmon. tion of old and new religious plays
Zeta Beta Tau: Martin Brown, will meet at Lane Hall tonight at 7:30.
Robert Cohen. Louis Hallanstein, ____
Robert Jacobson. Robert Jaffe, Jay German Club will meet tonight at
Leff, Robert Mann, Jerome Ostrow, 8:00 in Room 305 Michigan Union.
Joel Salon, William Samuels, Rich- All students of German and those
ard Spitz, Jack 'flreuhaft, Robert interested in practicing German con-
Wise, James Zuckerman. versation, hearing German, or sing-
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Eventually, you, too, are reduced to having some of the brothers fix
you up. He tells you he's got a girl for you. She isn't really beautiful-
but she's got an interesting face and what a personality! Right at this
-"\P point, back out if you can-but if you can't

line. However, take a good
of your head going up and

prepare yourself for the fact that you
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When you meet her on the fateful
you will immediately realize that she
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been a good scoutmaster; she may do a
of good deeds; she may take hot soupt
but deserving villagers with many a g
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To Begin Interviews
Those women who have petitioned
for Assembly Banquet will be inter-
viewed from 3 p.m. to .5 p.m. today,
Wednesday and Friday in the Kala-
mazoo room of the League.
Nancy Hayes, '45, of Dearborn, is
also among the new pledges of Alpha
Gamma Delta sorority.

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