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February 11, 1943 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY T U

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RUshirg Registration for Men
Will Be Sposored by IWC

Rales for Current
Semester Clarified
By Fanver, Wingate
As a service to new men on campus

ing rules for this semester were clari-
fied by John Fauver, president of the
IPC. According to the rulings all men
on campus are eligible for rushing at
the present time. In addition any un-
pledged man may be pledged with the

and to others now desirous of joining exception of those men who are in
a fraternity, the Inter fraternity their first semester on campus. These
.men may be pledged any time after
Council will sponsor a new rushing March 1.
registration Feb. 13, 14 and 15.
Registration will take place from
3 to 5 p.m. each day at the offices of Lat[n-,A meri
the IFC in the Union.
According to IFC secretary Paul Group Formed
Wingate, registering will be of par-
ticular value to those men, both new
and old, whom the fraternities would To facilitate the exchange of stu-
have no other means of contacting. dents between the United States and
The registration, he said, is not Latin America the University of
compulsory and is being done entirely
for the benefit of the fraternities and Michigan Alumni Association has or-
the men who are now interested in ganized a Committee on Inter-Ameri-
joining them. Signing up involves can Relations, Christian F. Matthews,
neither charges nor obligations, he president of the Association, an-
emphasized. nounced yesterday.
Only those who have not registered In-coordinating student exchanges,
with the IFC reviously need do so the new group will work with the Uni-
now. The names of others who signed versity and various governmental
last fall but who did not pledge at agencies. One of the primary func-
that time will be re-circulated in the tions will be special examinations of
near future. students wishing to apply for such
At the same time fraternity rush- exchanges. Latin Americans will be
tested in their command of English
Book Exchange Closed and students from the United States
will have their knowledge of Spanish
Contrary to an announcement and Portuguese investigated.
made earlier in the week, the Student Other projects are the publicity of
Book Exchange, a non-profit organi- Michigan, the organization of addi-
zation operated by the Union, closed tional University of Michigan Clubs,
yesterday, according to Bunny Craw- and financial advice and aid to stu-
ford, '44, Union publicity director. dents coming here.
Books were sold at a price named by The committee will be made up of
the seller, and this year the Exchange Michigan alumni now in Latin Amer-
aided students entering the armed ica, certain Washington alumni, and
forces by mailing them their money University faculty members closely
anywhere in the United States or associated with Latin American stud-
Canada. ies and relations.

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GOP Scores
Liquor Inquiry
LANSING, Feb. 10.-(IP-Attorney
General Herbert J. Rushton declared
today he has obtained evidence in a
secretly-conducted investigation that
487 cases of "high-priced liquor" were
withdrawn from state warehouses by
distillers' distributing agents, charged
to the distilleries, and much of it de-
livered to the Democratic State Cen-
tral Committee headquarters here.
Rushton said the inquiry still was
in progress, but that he has evidence
from which "you can't escape the
conclusion that these were forced
gifts."
"There is no evidence that the dis-
tributors' agents received anything
back for this liquor, but there cer-
tainly is an implied duress in such a
practice."
He said some of the liquor was de-
livered to the Democratic headquar-
ters in trucks owned by the State
Liquor Control Commission.
Robert J. Byers, executive secretary.
of the state defense council who was
merchandising director of the liquor
commission atbthe timeRushton
mentioned as being covered in his
investigation, declared he learned
Rushton was aiming at him in his
remarks, but that "I have been guilty
of no wrong doing."
None of the present members of
the Liquor Commission held office in
the period from January 1, 1941, to
March, 1942, in which Rushton al-
leged the withdrawals were made.
Eligible second semester fresh-
men and sophomores wishing to
try out for the staff of the Michi-
gan Union are asked to attend an
important meeting at 7:30 pom.
today in the Student Offices of
the Union.

Ethies Contest To End
The deadhn, for the professional
thics problem which aPears in the
current issue of the Michigan Technic
has been extended to tomorrow.
All entries should be turned in by
5 p.m. to the offices of the Michigan
Technic in Room 3036 in the East
Engineering Building.
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Choose a gift of
JEWELRY for the one
closest your heart. We
have a fine assortment
of brooches, bracelets
and necklades. Your
inspection is invited.
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