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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1953

AWAIT LATE ARRIVALS:

Housing Problem Eases
Overcrowded Campus

UnionCards -Still, Available
Union membership cards, which This fall a new system of Union
many students did not receive in registration was started. From
the confusion of registration, may now on all new full-time malej
be picked up from 3 to 5 p.m. in students will need only to show:
Rm. 3-A of the Union. their ID cards, as a "U" will be
Students are asked to bring punched on them signifying mem-
their cashier's receipts with them. bership. Men who started prior to
Part-time students desiring mem- this fall will continue to receive
bership should inquire at the busi- the regular membership cards,
ness office in the Union basement. I however.

Although late-arrival students
were still making their appearance
in Ann Arbor yesterday, the mo-
mentarily "over-crowded" campus
housing situation is easing some-
what, according to Francis C.
IFC Makes
Seholarship
Rule Change
Hoping to raise the slightly sag-
ging scholastic average which dip-
ped .05 last. year, the Inter-Fra-
ternity Council has made two
changes in its rules regarding
scholastic eligibility of pledges.
The changes were adopted last
Friday during a two-day "retreat"
of fraternity presidents, IFC lea-
ders and administration officials
at nearby Zuckey Lake.
THE FIRST rule change pro-
vides that any fraternity pledge
who fails to make a two point
move its bias clause. Sigma Al-
pha, Epsilon voted its clause out.
two years ago.
Under previous rules, frater-
nities could keep pledges who
failed to achieve the two point
level necessary for initiation as
long as they wished.
The second change requires that
rushees, with the exception of first
semester freshmen, must have a
two .point over-all average before
they can pledge a fraternity.
IF. executive vice - president
John Baity, '55, estimated that
three to five per cent of last year's
pledges had less than a two point
over-all when they pledged.
Also announced at the retreat
was a reversal of the May 26 rul-
ing of the Student Affairs Com-
mittee forbidding IFC rushing
counsellors from participating in
rushing at their own houses.
$775,000 Spent
Remodeling
Union Offices

Shiel, manager of University Ser-
vice Enterprises.
An unexpected increase in the
number of freshmen women en-
rolled combined with a smaller
number of freshmen men than an-
ticipated, however, required con-
version of Chicago House in the
West Quad to housing f.or 119
women.
THIS IS the first time in the
history of the quadrangle that wo-
men have occupied any part of it,
and is the third of men's residences
to be turned over to women stu-
dents.
Vaughan House and two
houses in East Quad are already
filled with women to meet the
increasing female enrollment of
recent years.
Twenty-six girls are now being
housed in the old Delta Zeta sor-
ority house which was acquired
by the University during the sum-
mer for use as a cooperative.
The old Kappa Nu fraternity
house is being rented b'y the Uni-
versity to house 14 girls, though
not on a cooperative basis.
Further measures to increase
facilities for students were taken
when large doubles were con-
verted into triples and large
singles enlarged to doubles in
residence halls, providing accom-
odations for 467 students.
Final figures on dormitory
crowding due to increased enroll-
ment cannot be made until later
in the week, according to Shiel.
Rooms reserved by students are
held in their names until after the
first day of classes because fre-
quently there are late arrivals.
Students still living in dorm li-
braries.and lounges will be given
empty rooms when totals on those
failing to return are more com-
plete.
Perry Case Gets
Final Settlement
The long drawn-out case of the
Inter-House Council vs. Bob Per-
ry, '53E, was finally. settled in
June when Perry paid a reduced
fine of $15 for violating a Univers-
ity rule against "soliciting" in the
quadrangles during his successful
campaign for a Student Legisla-
ture seat.

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A $75,000 remodeling program
now nearing completion will give
Union student activities new of-
fices.
Construction of a floor over the
swimming pool where a balcony
and high-diving board were form-
erly located will result in more
floor space for student activities
and an enlarged corridor near the
main desk.
. * .
WHEN COMPLETED, the re-
modeling job will have added 10
feet to the main desk with an extra
"service desk" placed nearby to
handle. special business such as
registration of convention dele-
gates and resale of football tickets.
More main desk room will re-
sult in added space for room
registration and a new magazine
section.
While construction proceeds,
student offices are located up-
stairs. The business office is also
being hoved upstairs freeing base-
ment space which will be utilized
for campus activities including
Union Opera and Michigras.
Within two weeks the corridor
leading to the general manager's
office will be in use after having
flourescent lights installed and
walls finished with oak paneling.
G&S Begins Fall
TryoutMeetings
Harry Easom, '54, president of
the local Gilbert and Sullivan So-
ciety yesterday announced try-
outs for the fall semester's show
"Patience."
Tryouts will be held from 7 to
10 p.m. today, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Thursday, from 7 to 10:30 p.m.
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