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Coeds Invade
Rush Routine
Peace and quiet reign at the in-
formal rushing gatherings at the
University fraternity houses this
* year, according to I.F.C. rules. But
once in a while something out of
the ordinary pops up to break the
routine atmosphere.
Bold coeds have been taking ad-
vantage of the opportunity to rush
male Greek houses along with
rushing sororities.
. DRESSED in typical Joe col-
lege attire, two brave fems
"rushed" the Alpha Tau Omega
house recently and received a
hearty welcome. The rush party
was just breaking up when the two
arrived so the rushees were not on
hand to see the intruders.
The girls rushed from the
scene, however, when they were
threatened with being thrown
into the showers for disrupting
the peace.
In their haste to leave, one of the
pair left 'a hat which the ATO's
are holding until the proper owner
y comes to claim it.
** *
THE CHI PHI'S had a similiar
experience last night when three
ofour coeds disguised as men
crashed their rishing party.
The women travelling incog-
nito visited the Chi Phi house to
*' return a" call that Enmna Jean
Schmoltz, alledged to be a mem-
ber of that fraternity, had made
on their house during their
rushing festivities of last week.
Behind the scenes pledges from
all the houses were put to work last
week preparing the chapter houses
for rushing.
* * *
pledges turned "hell Week" into
"work week" as they painted their
house both inside and outside and
remodelled the basement recrea-
tion room.
At the Sigma Nu house rush-
ing preparations passed from
the limelight when an old fa-
miliar face returned to the scene.
Penny,the four year old Sigma
Nu dog, had graduated with her
master last June. The house
seemed empty without her. Re-
cently Penny returned to Ann Ar-
bor, however, to again take over
her duties as watch dog.

-Daily-Larry Wilk
TEA SCENE-Mrs. William Bauer, president of the Michigan chapter of the University Dames,
Mrs. Herbert Schmale, advisor, Mrs. Robert Craig, vice president and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher are seen
at the Michigan Dames and Faculty Tea. The first business meeting of the Michigan Dames will
be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, October 14 in the Assembly Room of the Rackham Building.
Representatives Rally at League
o Discuss New Judiciary System

Representatives from all the
women's dorms on campus met
yesterday in the Vanderburg roomj
of the League for the first meeting
for the semester of the Board of
The most important item of
business at the meeting was a dis-
cussion of the new judiciary sys-
UNDER THIS new system, each
house will have a Judiciary Coun-
cil to handle such minor infrac-
tions as latenesses.
These House Judiciary Coune-
cils will be eoordinated under
the Women's Judiciary and will
send a weekly report to that
Included in this report shall be
a statement of the type and num-
ber of excuses granted, the num-


ber of violations and the penal-
ties given.
* * *
DUTIES of the House Judiciary
Council are to conduct hearings
and give penalties for all minor
disciplinary problems, to see that
these penalties are carried out,
and if necessary to refer cases to
the Women's Judiciary Council.
Any minor infractions occur-
ring in the two weeks preceding
and during final examinations
will be referred to the House
A student who is dissatisfied
with the ruling of her House Ju-
diciary Council may appeal her
case to the Women's Judiciary
* * *
ties assigned by various House
Councils will not be considered
sufficient cause for appeal.
Along with coordinating and
reviewing the work of the House
Judiciary Council and the
League-House Judiciary Council,
Women's Judiciary will work to
encourage cooperation in wom-
en's student self-government.
Membership of the Women's
Judiciary is made up of three sen-
iors, five juniors and three sopho-
* . *
THIS COUNCIL will conduct
hearings on all major disciplinary
problems referred to it by Wom-
en's Panel, the House Judiciary
Council and the Lague-House Ju-
diciary Council.
The newly-instituted Women's
Panel will consist of the Dean of
Women, the chairman of Wom-
en's udiciary and rotating mem-
bers of that council.
The Women's Panel will refer
cases sent to it to either Women's
Judiciary or Joint Judiciary, de-
pending on the nature of ie case.
* *
SOME CASES of an extremely
serious nature will be kept within
the Panel.
Another change in the judi-
ciary system is in the handling
of latenesses. Previously the
system was based on the num-
ber of times late each semester.
However, under the new system
women will be allowed a cumula-
tive amount of thirty late minutes
each semester before the House
Judiciary Council will take dis-
ciplinary action.
* s *
A SUGGESTED penalty for a
lateness infraction is to require]
the offender to stay in two nights
on a weekend.
Under the new system, women
are still expected to make up
time for each lateness.
If a student is late Wednesday,
Thursday or Friday she may make
up her time either the weekend
immediately following or the next
* * *
Saturday, Sunday, Monday or
Tuesday the coed must make up
her time on the weekend imme-
diately following.
These changes in the Judici-
ary system will be voted on at

the next meeting of the Board
of Representatives and until
that time they are temporarily
in effect.
At yesterday's meeting the board
also discussed the problem of lack
of attendance which holds up the
carrying out of any program since
a quorum is necessary to vote on
The group also appointed an
election committee, a speaker
committee, a reorganization com-
mittee and a Faculty-Student
Lounge committee.
The election committee will pre-
pare a slate of executive candi-
dates to be voted upon at the nextI
Women To Hold
Social Weekend
At Martha Cook
Tonight Martha Cook women
will begin their social calendar
with a formal dinner in honor of
the new coeds living in that dor-
mitory and the board of gover-
The new coeds will meet the
house president, Mrs. Diekema, the
house mother, and the board of
governors in a receiving line before
Members of the board are Mrs.
Albert M. Mackey, Mrs. George W.
Perrett and Mrs. Fredrick Lowrie.
University buses will take the
Martha Cook group and their
dates to the Fresh Air Camp at
5:30 p.m. on Friday for a picnic
wiener roast.
Social and square dancing have
been planned after the meal, re-
ports Tula Diamond, chairman of
the picnic. Others on the commit-
tee are Mary Ann Dunworth, tick-
ets and Connie Brizman in charge
of refreshments.
The annual Martha Cook Me-
morial Service will be held at 5:30
p.m. on Sunday in the Blue Room.
A procession of new coeds es-
corted by old residents of Martha
Cook will march in to the room
where Mrs. Diekema will present
the history and traditions of the
Martha Cook Building.
As each new coed receives flow-
ers, the house president will offi-
cially welcome them into the dor-
Tea will be served after the cere-
Chairmen of the meeting are
Barbara Spencer and Vera Simon.

League Post
Petitions Due
Sophomore, Junior,
Senior Places Open to
Interested Women
The deadline date for women
students to turn in petitions for
sophomore, junior, or senior posi-
tions in the League has been set
for 5 p.m. October 10.
Women.students who are peti-
tioning for these positions should
make an appointment to appear
before the Interviewing and Nom-
inating Committee immediately
after the deadline.
R h Y .
SEVERAL of the positions that
are available include activities in
the Sophomore Cabaret, Junior
Girls' Play, and the Dance Class
Open on Sophomore Cabaret
are positions for assistant dec-
orations chairman, assistant
floorshow chairman, assistant
dance chairman, and assistant
make-up chairman.
Choosing committee heads and
helping to organize decorations is
one of the assistant decoration
chairman's jobs. She will also help
to plan and supervise the decora-
tions in all the rooms of the
League being used for Sophomore
chairman helps coordinate re-
hearsals, aids in directing the
show, directs backstage work, and
assists at tryouts and meetings.
The job of assistant dance
chairman includes aid in train-
ing the dance chorus and inter-
viewing tryouts.
Behind the lines is the assist-
ant make-up chairman who ar-
ranges for a make-up room, helps
purchase make-up materials, and
supervises the "paint-up" jobs.
* * *
Sophomore Cabaret is that of pro-
grams chairman. Her duties are
arranging for printing and design-
ing of the programs, assembling
and checking copy, and supplying
ushers with programs on the
nights of the performances.
The Dance Class Committee
has openings for three dance
class captains from the sopho-
more class and two captains
from the junior class.
Duties of the dance class cap-
tains are recruiting hostesses for
classes, and taking charge of rec-
ords used in classes.
* * s
up a "Want" ad for two big posi-
tions, assistant make-up chairman
and assistant properties chair-
Two junior members of the
Women's Judiciary Council are
wanted to try cases which come
to the council and to aid in
any other way. Women petition-
ing must know all the rules and
regulations governing women
students and be familiar with
the League Constitution.
Another junior position avail-
able is junior member of the In-
terviewing and Nominating Com-
* *, *
TWO IMPORTANT offices open
to senior women are chairman of
the ;Public Relations Committee
and Secretary of the Interviewing
and Nominating Committee.
A position to be filled by ei-
ther a junior or senior woman
is chairman of the League House
Judiciary Council. The chair-
man's job is directing and co-

ordinating the work of the
Council, and many other per-
tinent duties.
Any woman student who is in-
terested in knowing more about
these positions can get informa-
tion in the Undergrad office in the
League, or refer to the President's
The Interviewing and Nominat-
ing Committee also has open hours
3-5 p.m. Monday through Thurs-
day, and is willing to answer any
questions about petitioning.

Parents Announce Coed Engagements;
Marriage of Susan Ridenour Revealed

- * * .
Ridenour - Deimen
At a small dinner party at their
home on Mt. Pleasant Ave., Prof.
and Mrs. Gerald M. Ridenour of
Ann Arbor, recently announced the
marriage of their daughter, Susan,
to Lawrence A. Deimen, son of
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Deimen of De-
troit, Michigan.
Mrs. Deimen was a sophomore
in the Literary College, and affili-
ated with Alpha Omicron Pi. Her
husband is a graduate of the Uni-
versity and is a veteran of World
War II.
Since August 23, Mr. and Mrs.
Deimen have been living in Wash-
ington D.C. where Mr. Deimen is
employed by the Army Map Ser-

Coi l iver - Thorpe
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Colliver of
Berkley, Michigan have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Polly, to Peter Thorpe, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Niles,
Miss Colliver, a resident of Mar-
tha Cook, is a senior in the School
of Education.
Mr. Thorps is president of IFC,
a member of Michigama, and is
affiliated with Kappa Sigma fra-
After the wedding which will be
held in June, the couple will make
their home in Ann Arbor where
Mr. Thorpe will enter the School
of Medicine.
.,* * *
Winter - Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Winter
of Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Joyce,
to Mr. Charles Edward Wagner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wagner,
of Detroit.
The engagement was celebrated
on September 17, Miss Winter's
twenty-first birthday.
Miss Winter, a senior in the lit-
erary college, is a member of Alpha
Lambda Delta and Phi Beta Kap-
pa, honorary societies.
Mr. Wagner, a senior in the Col-

lege of Engineering, is affiliated
with Pi Tau Sigma, honorary en-
gineering society.
The couple plans a June wed-
ding, following their graduation.
,, * *.
Cook Filkins
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Cook of
Winnetka, Ill. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Jane
MacIntyre to William Charles P%1-
kins, son of4 Mr. and Mrs. Henry
V. Filkins of Holland.
Miss Cook, a member of Chi
Omega sorority, is a senior in the
literary school. She is chairman
of the Wendy Owen Memorial
Mr. Filkins is a senior in the en-
gineering school and is affiliated
weith Delta Upsilon fraternity. He
is also a member of Scabbard and
Blade, Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Tau
Sigma honorary societies.


Petitioning is open for any
league house member who is in-
terested in the position of
Chairman of the League House
Judiciary Council. For more in-
formation call Sue Alderman,
vice-president of Assembly -As


/Icro44 Campu4

HILLEL-The first Hillel sup-
per club of the year will be held
from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Hillel building.
Corned beef sandwiches, cole
slaw and coca-cola will be served.
Admission will be 50 cents for
members and 75 cents for non-
A barn dance, which will feature
a caller, will take place from 8 to
10:30 p.m. in honor of Succoth.
The dance will be free for mem-
bers, but non-members will be
charged 25 cents.
Memberships, which cost $2, will
be sold at the door.
* * S
of the eight co-recreational clubs
of the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, the Modern Dance Club, will
hold its reorganizational meeting
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Barbour
Gym Dance Studio.
This organization is open to any
man and woman on campus offer-
ing an opportunity to participate
in the modern dance and to com-
pose original numbers.
The club works closely with the
also co-recreational Ballet Club.
In the past few years, the two
organizations have jointly spon-
sored a Holiday Dance program.
As their contribution to the
event, Modern Dance Club mem-
bers presented compositions which
included a trio dance.
This year club manager, Henri-
etta Hermelin, has scheduled a
Christmas performance for Dec.
16 and club appearance in the
Spring Festival on May 14.




1321 S. University Ann Arbor, Michigan
October 1,1952
Dear Friends:
Due to a series of circumstances beyond our control, it becomes
necessary that we leave the Balfour Company and return to our
native hills of Pennsylvania. We do so with mixed emotions,
for our eight years at Michigan have been the happiest of our
lives. We would like to take this opportunity to thank a host
of friends for their patronage and loyalty.
Our place will be most ably taken by Bob Carlson, a Phi Delt
from North Carolina, who is now working with us preparatory
to taking over our duties. You will find Bob to be capable,
friendly, and most anxious to serve you. We only hope that
his years at Michigan will be as pleasant and profitable as ours
have been.
We hope you will drop in and meet Bob and his assistant, Mrs.
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