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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1952

UNBIASED SERVICE:
Counselors Aid Fraternity Rushees

By MIKE WOLFF
Will fraternity life affect my
studying-How will it affect my
pocketbook?
These are the most common
questions asked by more than 600
men of the Interfraternity Coun-
cil's 44 rushing counselors since
the end of Orientation week.
THE IFC'S rushing advisor sys-
tem was established last year to
inform potential rushees about
rushing procedure and to answer
their questions concerning indi-
vidual fraternities.
Each counselor is provided
with a complete report on the
activities and financial status
of every fraternity. As he is not
allowed to participate in his
fraternity's rushing, or even to
mention the name of his fra-
ternity, he is enabled to give as
complete and unbaised informa-
tion as possible, according to
IFC co-rushing chairman, Bill
Capitan, '54.
IFC president Pete Thorpe, '53,
pointed out that on no other cam-
pus is such a system organized to
the point of requiring every fra-
ternity to provide a rushing coun-
selor or face a $50 fine.
THE PROGRAM is carried out
by having all freshman and trans-
fer students fill out cards during
Orientation week indicating their
rushing plans and whether they
wish to meet with a counselor,
Capitan explained.
This year some 1000 men indi-
cated they wanted to meet with
a rushing advisor, but so far
the counselors have had their
hands full just contacting 600,
* he said.
Capitan believed it would be
hard to estimate the effectiveness
of the program until all the cards
had been studied and the number
of men actually helped by the
counseling had been tabulated.
Scholarship
Applicants To
Attend Meeting
A meeting for all single male
University students interested in
applying for Rhodes scholarships
for two years' study at England's
famed Oxford University will be
held at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, in Rm.
2013 Angell Hall.
Candidates for the scholarships
must be between the ages of 19
and 25 and have obtained at
least junior standing in their col-
lege. In addition, each applicant
must present three professional
photographs of himself, his birth
certificate, three copies of his
school record, and cetrification
from a reputable physician stating
that he is in good health.
STUDENTS ATTENDING the
University may apply as residents
of Michigan, of their home state,
or of any state in which they have
received at least two years of col-
lege training.
Students attending the Univer-
sity must have the recommenda-
tion of President Harlan H.
Hatcher, which is given to deserv-
ing students upon suggestion from
the University's Committee of Se-
lection.
Applications for the prized
scholarships, due October 15, may
be obtained in Rm. 2026 Angell
Hall.
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COUNSEL-Interfraternity Council rushing advisor Frank Spen-
cer, '54 BAd. (right) provides Pete Barhydt, '56E, with informa-
tion on rushing procedure and the fraternity system in general.

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Welcome All,
Michigan Students
You Will Find Nationally Known
Merchandise Such As
MANHATTAN and VAN HEUSEN
Shirts - Pajamas - Sportswear
MacGREGOR Sportswear, Sweaters, etc.
WEMBLEY and BEAU BRUMMEL
Neckwear
ALLIGATOR Rainwear HANSEN Gloves
HYDE PARK, WINSTON, and CLOTHCRAFT
Suits, Topcoats, Overcoats MALLORY Hats

CAMPUS CALENDAR
EVENTS TODAY Dr. Hirsch Hootkins, the gradu- during a nation-wide broadcast
SDA- ate school language examiner for at 8 p.m. EST tomorrow.
The Students for Democratic the doctorate will discuss require- The program will feature "The
Action will hold their organiza- Victors" and Stanford's, "The Car-
tional meeting at 7:30 tonight in ments, the nature of the examina- dinal Is Waving."
Rm. 3B, Union. All interested stu- tion and the best methods of pre- * * .
dents are invited to attend, accord- paring for it. WELCOME-
ing to chairman Ted Friedman, * * * Newly arrived foreign students
'53. STEERING COMMITTEE-- at the University will be given
IF* * Petitions may still be picked up their official welcome at 8 p.m. in
The Iterfraternity house pres- today at 1010 Angell Hall for sev- Rackham Lecture Hall. The pro-
ident's assembly will meet at :30 eral positions open on the student gram will feature an address on
p.m. today (Tuesday) in Rm. 3A steering committee of the literary behalf of the University by Dean
of the Union. college conference. They should be Charles E. Odegaard of the liter-
h returned by Thursday. ary college.
GRADUATE STUDENTS-
All graduate students who are COMING' EVENTS ORGAN RECITAL-
working for the doctor of philoso-. Organ music of Johann Sebas-
phy' degree or plan to do so are BROADCAST tian Bach will be presented at 4:15
invited to attend a meeting at 8 The University of Michigan and p.m. Oct. 5 in Hill Auditorium in
p.m. today in Rackham Amphi- Stanford University will be salut- a public recital given by University
theater. ed on the Vaughan Monroe Show Organist Robert Noehnen.
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TODAY ONLY...
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Everything in the Sport Shirt family
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October 24, 8:15 P.M. Hill Auditorium
if you are a
Dancer - Singer -Comedian
Snake Charmer " Acrobat
Prestidigitator
AUDITION AT HARRIS HALL

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