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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 23, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Panhel Reports High Registration

Positions on Assembly Fortnight, League Fall Dance,
Interviewing Committees Open to Eligible Women

Party

Series

To Entertain
780 Women
University sororities enterained
approximately 780 freshmen, up-
perclassmen and transfer women
Saturday, Sunday and yesterday at
mixerparties, the first ofsa series
that will continue two weeks.
This marks the first time in
l recent years that Panhellenic has
sponsored a rushing period in the
Fall. Formerly rushing took place
between semesters.
* * *
THE 780 WOMEN registering
this year is an increase of about
350 over the number of last sea-
son's rushees.
Rushees will be entertained
and treated royally during the
following schedule of parties:
Tomorrow: parties from 7 to
8 p.m. and 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Thursday: 7 to 8 p.m. and 8:30
to 9:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 to 8:30 p.m. and 8:30
to 9:30 p.m.
The above are the second set of
parties. The third set of parties
scheduled by the various houses
are as follows:
Sunday, 1 to 2:30 p.m. and 5:30
to 7 p.m.
Monday, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 30: 5:30 to 7 p.m.,
FINAL DESSERT parties are
scheduled for 7 to 9 p.m. Thurs-
day, October 2 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Friday, October 3.
Prospective pledges will pick
up their bids to join specific
houses from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, Oct. 4 and pledging cere-

League Posts .. .
Several League positions. either
not filled last spring or left vacant
this fall by women who have not
returned, are now open for peti-
tioning,
These positions are open to
sophomore, junior or senior wom-
en according to the job.
SOPHOMORE CABARET posi-
tions open are: assistant decora-
tions chairman, assistant floor
show chairman, assistant dance
chairman, assistant make-up
chairman and program chair-
man.
Also available are three soph-
omore positions on the League
dance class committee.
The chief duty of dance class
captains is to publicize the dance
classes by contacting dorimtories
and other residences. They also
assist the chairman in obtaining
hostesses for the classes.
* * *
CAPTAINS also check tickets
and make sure the instructor is
there for every class.
Positions open to junior wom-
en include a junior position on
the interviewing council, two
junior positions on the dance
class committee, and assistant
make-up chairman and assist-
ant properties chairman on the
Junior Girls Play.
Duties of interviewing council
members include reading petitions
and hearing candidates when coeds
come before the committee seeking
certain positions.
The senior positions which are
vacant include the secretary of
the interviewing council and
chairman of public relations.
According to Nancy Baehre,
chairman of the Interviewing and
Nominating Committee, the dead-
line for these petitions will be
sometime after the conclusion of
rushing. The date will be an-
nounced later in The Daily.
League Fall Dance . . .

rations depicting exotic scenes
from the Arabian Nights.
The year before, 1950, the dance
was called "Witchery" and car-
ried out a Halloween theme with
ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, bats and
witches decorating the Ballroom.
Coeds who are unable to attend
the meeting may sign up later in
the League Undergraduate Office.
Hatcher Teas ...
There will be a mass meeting at
5 p.m. at the League for all wom-
en interested in working as host-
esses for the Hatcher Teas, which
are sponsored by the League Social
Committee.
The Hatcher teas offer students
a chance to meet President Harlan
H. Hatcher and his family as well
as an opportunity to become ac-
quinted with the president's home.
. * a
THE TEAS will be held twice
a month during both fall and
spring semesters.
Hostesses at the teas welcome
students, make introductions
and conduct a tour through the
Hatcher home.
Each tea honors special campus
groups such as the dormitories,
fraternities and sororities.
* * *
STUDENTS from the Interna-
tional Center are also given spe-
cial invitations in order to help
them become better acquainted
with campus groups.

The committee is making
plans again this year to con-
tinue the informal atmosphere
for which the teas are known.
Singing and other entertain-
ment will be on the program as
before.
Marilyn Hey, general chairman
for the teas, expresses the wish
that this year more students will
make the Hatcherteas a place to
drop in on Wednesday afternoons.
Working with her on the teas
are junior assistants Ann Petrie,
Barbara Mattison, Tula Diamond
and Margaret Kennedy.
* * .
Assembly Fortnight..
Assembly Association, the or-
ganization representing independ-
ent women on campus, is opening
petitioning for the central com-
mittee positions on Fortnight,
which will be held Nov. 4 this
year.
Petitions will be due at 6 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 6 in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League. Coeds
may sign up for interviews which
Tryouts
Women interested in working
on the Women's Staff of The
Daily may attend the general
tryout meetings at 4 p.m. or
7:30 p.m. tomorrow or Thurs-
day and sign up for the Wom-
en's Staff at that time.

will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Oct. 7 and 8.
* * *
POSITIONS open on the central
committee of the annual skitfest
are general chairman, assistant
chairman, decorations chairman,
honors and patrons chairman, pro-
grams chairman, publicity chair-
man, and skits chairman.
Any woman is eligible if she
lives in a dormitory, league
house, private home or co-op-
erative house.
Fortnight, as the name implies,
originally took place over a two-
week period of time and included
three sparate programs, recogni-
tion night, installation of house
presidents and the skits.
* * ,,
THE PROGRAM now combines
the three events into one evening.
The house presidents are officially
installed and given their house
president pin.
Recognition is given to the
independent wmen who have
shown outstanding records in
scholarship or extra-curricular
activities.
A scholarship cup is awarded to
the house which attained the high-
est average during the previous
year.
The climax of the evening is the
judging of skits planned and pre-
sented by the separate houses. The
three-minute skits are judged ac-
cording to originality,' effective-
ness of presentation, clarity and
audience response.

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TEA PARTY-Pictured above are a group of women enjoying the
festivities of one of the sorority rushing parties.

monies will follow immediately
at 8 p.m.
Rushing has taken a more lei-
surely turn this year with sever-
al days set aside as free from par-
ties.
AGAIN THIS YEAR, the coun-
seling system to aid rushees is in,
practice.
The 16 counselors are sorority
women who have been chosen by
respective houses and the Pan-

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hellenic Board. They are com-
pletely disaffiliated from their
sororities and have become, in-
stead, representatives of Pan-
hellenic.
They wear special counselors
pins, attend no rushing parties or
meetings in their houses.
Each rushee is assigned a coun-
selor. This year for the first time,j
the 16 counselors took their
groups to the various houses for
the mixer parties.

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The League Social Committee
will hold a mass meeting at 5
p.m. in the League for all women
interested in working on the com-
mittees for the League Fall
Dance.
An annual coed-bid event, the
dance is scheduled this year for
Saturday, Oct. 18 in the League
Ballroom.
POSITIONS open are on the
publicity, decorations, programs,
patrons and ticket committees.
Coeds may sign up in the
Uundergraduate Office for the
chairmanship of one of these
committees, or as a regular
member.
No petitions are necessary and
only those who are signed up for
chairmanships, will be interviewed.
** *
GENERAL CHAIRMAN for the
dance this year is Joan Prescott,
who is assistant to the chairman
of the League Social Committee
and is in charge of special events.
The Social Committee has ex-
pressed the hope that many
freshmen will begin their League
activities by working on this
dance.
Last year's theme was "One
Night in a Thousand" with deco-

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