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TUES., SEPT. 29, 1942

THFP MICHIGAN DAIl.Y

PAGE SEVEN

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Michigan League Is Headquarters

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Activities

Vy FflAN TRIESTRAM
Offering facilities for extracurric-
tlsr activities and recreation for all
knc mn in the University, and stand-
iig as headquarters of government
Tor women students on campus and
alumnae organizations throughout
the country, the two-million dollar
Michigan League affords a pleasant
Atmosphere for women to gather and
work in.
:. Its chapel. theatre, ballroom, c-
,Jne, lounges and accommodations
pare integral parts of the building
lvhich undergraduates and graduates
by virtue of their membership have
created and preserve for the partici-
pation and enjoyment of the campus.
Membership in the League is auto-
iatic on enrollment in the Univers-
ity, and upon graduation each wo-
man becomes a life member of the
organization.
Center of women's government and
activities are the Undergraduate Of-
fices on the first floor, in which are
a waiting room, Council room and
president's and secretary's offices.
Alumnae Headquarters
With headquarters in the League,
the Alumnae Association maintains
connections with more than 21,000'
women graduates throughout the na-
tion. Among its notable achievements
are the construction of the League
Building, which is now free of debt;
the gift of Alumnae House, semi-
cooperative dormitory; the donation
of $22,000 In scholarships and fel-
lowships and the present campaign
for another cooperative dormitory
#nd a gift for the erection -of thei

For All Women
proposed women's swimming pool.
Among the facilities on the first
floor of the League is a spacious caf-
eteria, which is open to the public,
and which contains a soda bar. Meals
are also served in the large dining
room on the second floor, and in the
Russian tea room and private rooms
upon request.
Also open to all women is the beau-
ty shop on the first floor.
Informal Garden
One of the unique features found
on the first floor is the informal gar-
den of the League. Surrounded by
its high stone wall, this spot is well-
known for its trim shrubbery and
flowers as the warm-weather meet-
ing place of women and their friends,
and the scene, in the spring and fall,
of teas and receptions; besides being
a favorite place for garden weddings
of students and alumnae.
In connection with this, mention
might be made of the chapel. Given
in memory of Charlotte Blagden, who
died in 1925 during her term as pres-
ident of the League, this room is used
by many for weddings, and honor
societies choose to hold their initia-
tion ceremonies here.
At one end of the second floor ofI
that building is the ballroom, which
is the scene of a great many social
events during the year. Panhellenic
and Assembly Balls, afternoon tea
dances, class projects such a Soph,
Cabaret and Frosh Project and spe-
cial school dances such as the law-
yers' Crease Ball and Odonto Ball of
the dentists, take place in the ball-
room.

Fall Semester
Rushing Rules
Annoinced
Panhellenic Will Sponsor BoothI
In League Lobby For Orientation
Week.To Offer Information
To aid students desiring informa-
tion about sororities on campus,
there will be a booth, sponsored by
Panhellenic Association. in the
League Lobby during OrientationI
Week.
Chief change in Panhellenic's pol-
icy from former years is that this
year no freshman women will be
rushed during their first semester.
Second-semester freshmen and up-
perclass women with grades of eli-
gibility rating will however be rushed
during the first semester. Women
who wish to be rushed must register
at the Panhellenic booth.
GENERAL RULES
A. All rushees are -required to pay
a fee of $1.50 at the Panhellenic
Booth in the Michigan League. Up-
perclass registration ends Monday
noon. October 5. Freshman registra-
tion shall extend from Wednesday,
February 10 to Monday, February 15.
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.
C. For additional information a-
bout rushing, rushees or affiliated
women may go to the Panhellenic
Booth in the Michigan League or call
Miss Jeannette Perry at the Office of
the Dean of Wome.
D. At any time during the year
anyone may ask for a meeting of the
Executive Board to interpret rules
and decide on violations and penal-
ties,
E. No house at any time may have
a membership, including pledges and
actives, exceeding sixty in number.
(Fine following action of the Execu-
tive Board.)-
RULES FOR INTENSIVE
UPPERCLASS RUSHING
A. The term "upperclass" shall in-
elude all but first semester freshmen.
B. Rules shall be the same as for
freshmen intensive rushing season.
(See IIIB), with the following excep-
tion :

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sororities, League
Houses, Dormitories
Available To Women
Seven Uimverit y halls of residence,
l so rorities and a number of private
resi dences approved by the Univers-
ity and termed League houses are
available to undergraduate women
{tudents in the Universi y.
Of the dormitories, the five lar-
f er cnes, Helen Newberry Resi-
dence, Martha Cook Building, Betsy
B rbour House, Mosher-Jordan Halls
and Madelon Loui<.a Stockwell Hall,{
p.-Ovide kitchenettes and ample laun-
dry facilities, besidcs the usual living
and dining rooms on the first floor.
Students who have not as yet made
arrangements for housing should do
so immediatey.

WAA Athletic Clubs
Plan Fall Program
(Continued f~c,m l',: -e G)
27; inter-house meet, a canoe trip,
telegraphic swimming mc^ wvith oth-
er schccls, a mixed sw imming party
and perhaps a wat^- sow.
The rifle club's activities v11 be
largely dependent upon the amo it;
of ammunition wvhich i.; obtained,
Doris Kimball, 43, ma Vager, will have
as her chief duty the planning of tby
ROTC meet. Pitch and P t club, the
gclf club, will sponsor a fall tIourna-
ment with an 18 bo~l qIualifier for
the woman's team.
Newest member of I0.' WA A group
is Hobby Lobby Club ( r'anized to
fill the need of- developin, hobbies
among students. The MCC iaan Out-
ing club under Dorothy Lundstronm,
45, has a full program for the year
outlined, also.

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1. Rules shall go into effect the
Monday of Orientation Week.
2. Rushing shall extend from
Sunday, October 4 to Thursday,
October 15. The number of func-
tions given by each house is op-
tional, but must not exceed the fol-
lowing amount:
3. Schedule of function:
Sunday and Monday, October 4
and 5-Invitation Open Houses,
3:00-7:0,0. Tea with only two of
following: cakes, cookies, or sand-
wiches-no candy or nuts.
Tuesday through Thursday, Octo-
ber 6-8-Coffee, Cocoa, Tea, 7:30-
9:30. No more than two waiters
used for these.
Friday, October 9-No rushing.
Saturday, October 10-Luncheon,
12:00-1:30, or Buffet Supper, 5:30-
7:30.
Sunday, October 11-Breakfast,
9:00-10:30, or Buffet Supper, 5:30-
7:30.,
Monday October 12-Coffee. Co-

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hours advanced credit may be
rushed and initiated during their
first semester of residence. If a
girl is not initiated during her first
semester, eligibility for initiation
must be determined by her first
semester's record.
RUSHING RULES FOR THE
ENTIRE VEAR!
A. There shall be no rushing with
men, nor shall any sorority member
attempt to influence any rushee
through men.
B. No rushee may have a man call
for her at a sorority.
C. No woman who is not registered
for the semester may be rushed, fol -
lowing the initial Open Houses, or
bid. (Fine C).
D. There shall be no summer rush-
ng except under these conditions:
1. No entertainment which in-
cludes meals, dances, or teas for
more than three prospective rush-
ees, shall be given by a sorority
group unless members of the Mich-
igan Panhellenic sororities are
present. (Fine C).
2. No entertainment may be
given throughout the spring or
summer vacations by actives,
alumnae or patronesses for women
not in the University unless two or
more other sororities are repre-
sented. Any illegal summer rush-
ing done by Ann Arbor alumnae
will precipitate the penalty on
their active chapter. The definition
of entertainment in (1) also ap-
plies here. (Fine B or C).
E. During informal rushing soror-
ties may have one function a week,
asting not more than three hours.
Dinners must terminate at 8:00.
Rushees are informed in their book-
ets that they must be out of the
house at 8:00.
F. A chairman of rushing in each
sorority shall be responsible in case
f any breaking of rules and shall
authorize all invitations.
FINES FOR THE BREAKING
OF RULES
Fine A: For the individual girl
committing the violation, social pro-
ation for the first two weeks foflow-

ing the rushing period, or. during in-
formal rushing, following the action
of the Executive Committee.
Fine B: For the individual girl'
committing the violation, social pro-
bation for the first four weeks fol-
lowing the rushing period, or during
informal rushing, following the ac-
tion of the Executive Committee.
Fine C: For the whole house com-
mitting the violation, social proba-
tion for the first two weeks following
the rushing period, or during infor-
mil rushing, following the action of
the Executive Committee.
Fine D: For the individual girl
committing the violation, punish-
ment shall be left to the discretion of
the Panhellenic Executive Commit-
tee.

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Tuesday, October 13-No rushing.
Wednesday and Thursday, Octo-
ber 14 and 15-Informal dinners,
6:15-9:15.
4. From 9:15 p. m. on Thursday,
October 15 until 9:00 p. m. on Sat-
urday, October 17, there shall be
absolutely no communication with
any rushee. Silence period between
sororities and those who have re-
ceived bids shall end at 9:00 p. m.
Saturday, October 17. Silence pe-
riod between strorities and girls
who have not accepted bids shall
-extend to Monday, October 19 at
9:00 a. m. (Fine B).
5. Pledge day shall be Sunday,
October 18. Pledging shall start at
3:00.
6. Beginning Sunday, October
25, there may be informal rushing
for upperclassmen.
7. All transfers or upperclassmen
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