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TUE~SD~AY, FEB. 13, 1945

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Panhel' Booth To Open in League r,- *g
March 5 for Rushee Registration k es

All Michigan coeds who want to
take part in rushing must register at
the Panhellenic Booth in the Michi-
gan League before Wednesday, March
7th, announced Peg Laubengayer,
president of Panhellenic Association,
today.
Registration is scheduled to extend
from Monday, March 5, through Wed-.
nesday, March 7th. A $1.50 fee and
report card showing 15 hours of C.
or better, must be presented at the
time of registration.
Meeting To Be Held
All questions not answered in the
booklet obtained at the time of reg-
istration, will be answered in full in
an educational meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 6, in the Rackham
Auditorium. The purpose of this
meeting is to explain sororities and
the rushing system to all prospective
rushees.
Coeds are urged to talk over the
possibilities of participating in rush-
ing with their parents between seme-
sters. Rushing will extend from Fri-
day, March 9, through Wednesday,
March 28. Each sorority house, be-
ginning Friday, March 9 through
Sunday, March 11, will give three
Opera Houses. For -the Open Houses,
there will be no invitations, and all
rushees must visit all houses of their
own denomination.
A series of parties are scheduled
after the Open Houses, followed by1
Final Desserts and pledging on AprilI
2.
Only Scheduled Rushing To Occur
The following contact rules for the
rushing season go into effect Monday,
March 5, and extend through Mon-I
day, April 2. There will be no pre-?
arranged meetings or invitations ex-
tended to freshmen or independentc
upperclassmen by sorority women
with the exception of scheduled rush-
ing parties.
From 9:45 p. m. on Wednesday,1

March 28, until 3;00 p. in. Saturday,
March 31, there will be absolutely no,
communication between sorority
women and any rushee.
There shall be no discussion be-
tween sorority women and indepen-
dents or rushees concerning sorori-
ties at any time. Independents and
rushees may secure information about
sororities from the Office of the Dean
of Women.
fScroll Elects
Nw Officers
At a recent meeting, Scroll, senior
women's honorary society for affili-
ated women, elected its officers for
the forthcoming semester.
Newly elected officers and the posi-
tion they hold are as follows: Dusty
Miller, member of Pi Beta Phi, and
Chairman of the Child Care Commit-
tee is the newly elected president.
Jgan Pullum, affiliated with Alpha
Gamma Delta and Chairman of the
Merit Committee of the Women's
War Council will serve as vice-presi-
dent. Barbara Bathke, a member of
gappa Alpha Theta and vice-presi-
dent of W. A. A. will serve as secre-
tary. Nancy Pottinger, affiliated
with Kappa Delta and a memberof
the Bomber Scholarship CentralCom-
mittee is the newly elected treasurer.
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Mr. and Mrs. Erwin F. Nietham-
mer of Ann Arbor announced the en- --
gagement of their daughter, Dorothy' Charlotte Nobel, i graduate of 1943,1
to John Paul McDowell, AEM, sec-
and class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thom- a mer ofcAlphayPhi sororisyWand
as Iunsfr o nn Abor;former secretary of the Post-War
Miss Niethamme is attending the Council, is now in Naples, Italy in the
University. Mr. McDowell entered the Psychological Warfare Branch of the
Navy in July, 1943. American Field Headquarters.,
Nay _ Juy,1 .Miss Nobel joined the WACs im-

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mediately after her graduation and
received her basic training at Fort!
Devens, Mass. She received a dis-
charge because of illness and became
a civilian employee of the Foreign
Service. Last July she was sent to
Algiers, Africa and remained there
for three months.
Barbara Alt, seaman 1/C, a grad-
uate of the University School of
Education, has returned to Hunter
College in New York City for fur-
ther training in the WAVES. She
has completed boot training and
Specialist's School at the New York
Naval Training School. s
Miss Alt is affiliated with Kappa
Delta sorority.
Pvt. Marian Nichols of the WAC
has been assigned to Fort Dix, New
Jersey where she will serve as medi-
cal secretary.
Pvt. Nichols, a former student at
the University, has just completed a
five-week basic training course at
Fort Des Moines, Iowa.
Patricia Gehlert, '44, who was an
! A/S at the Naval Reserve Midship-
man's School at Northampton is
now attending the Supply Corps
School at Radcliffe College in Cam-
bridge, Mass. She is an Ensign in
the WAVES. Miss Gehlert is a
member of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
A former student at the University,

I Helen Garlington, is now in France
as an American Red Cross worker.
Previously she was in England to
serve the armed forces asian Ameri-
can Red Cross Hospital Recreation
worker. Later she was at a *para-
trooper's hospital in Northern Eng-
land and then went to Wales for
"wo months.
Virginia Frances Gibson, '41, a
member of the SPARs has enrolled
in the third class of the Pay and
Supply Officer's School at Palm
Beach, Florida. She entered the
service in June, 1943 and received
her boot training at the Coast
,Guard Training Station at Palm
Beach. Previous to her enrollment
she was a SK 3/c at the Coast
Guard Supply Depot in New York.
Nancy Glover Drew, a graduate of
x942, is an Ensign in the WAVES in
Norfolk, Virginia. She received her
V-9 training at Smith College.
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