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SATURDAY, AUGUSt 14, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ELEVEN

SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1931 PAGE ELEVEN

Rushing Plans For All Fraternities
And Sororities On Campus Announced
Official Period Of Rushing day of the second week of rushing Michigan's 18 Sororities
Will Begin Sept. 25, And thefraternity shall present to the List Complete Rules For
WillBe irli pt.2 , n (lDean of Students a list, in order of(FltCo peeR esFr
Last Through Oct. 7 preference, of the rushees it is will- Fall Rushing
ing to pledge, with their addresses,
(Continued from Page 5) stipulating the number it desires. Be- (continued from Page 5)
(_niudfrmPg_)tween the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. --
e. ___ toberuh bagerlraei-on this Friday each rushee shall they have recived invitations.
es to be rushed by a general fraterni- pcsent to the office of the Dean of they Avsrriydayntavens.
ty shall register at places provided by Students his receipt for payment of 6. A sorority may not have more
the Interfraternity Council, upon ar- Ghe fraternity registration fee pro- than four dates with a rushee.
riving in Ann Arbor, and shall pay a vided in Article 2 and shall receive 7 On the second and third Sunday
registration fee. This fee shall be 50 in return a blank preference list. of intensive rushing, Oct. 3 and Oct.
cents until the first Saturday noon No rushec will be given a prefer- 10, there mnst be absolutely no rusi-
of rushing and one dollar thereafter. ence list except upon presentation of ing in any form.
2. No rushing shall take place until his receipt. This preference list shall 8 Sororities may have but one par-
noon of the Saturday at the end of be taken out of the office of the ty, a dinner, on Monday, Wcdne day
Orientation Week. Dean of Students to be filled out. Be- 1 and Friday of the first week and on
3. Rushing shall begin at that time tween the same hours of the same Monday, Wednesday and Friday of
and continue through Thursday of above-mentioned day each rushee the second week. On the Saturdays of
the second week following. desiring to be pledged shall personal- the first and second weeks, Oct. 2 and
4. Rushing engagements may be ly return to the office of the Dean Oct. 9, a sorority may have either a
held at any time during the day un- of Students the completed list
til 8:30 p.m. at which time all rush- narked in order of preference, of luncheon or a dinner, not both.
ing shall cease. Telephone calls af- the fraternities from which he would 9. Formals shall be given on Mon-
ter this time for the purpose of mak- accept a bid. day and Tuesday of the third week,
ing future engagements shall not be The office shall honor these bids Oct. 11, and 12.
considered as a violation. and acceptances according to the re- 10 Dinners shall last from 6 :15 to
5. All rushing shall take place in spective order of preference, and shall 8:30 p.m.; the formals from 6:15 to
Ann Arbor and. as far as possible, award each fraternity as near, but 9:30 p.m.; and the luncheon on Sat-
within the fraternity houses. There not more than the number of pledges urday from 12 to 2 p.m.
shall be no rushing outside of fra- it desires, and shall notify both par- 11. No rushee is to be called for
ternity houses after 6:30 p.m. Only ties of the agreements made. The or taken home by the sorority or any-
ordinary and moderate expenses shall freshmen shall report at 6 p.m. the;one connected with the sorority, ex-
be made in rushing. following Monday at the respective, cept in the case of formal engage-
6. Automobiles shall not be used in fraternity houses to be pledged. et whe ruse ma engaken
rushing at any time; this ruling in-- Article 5: Eligibility menut when rushees may be taken
cludes the use of taxicabs. 1. To be eligible for initiation ah und r
7. No binding promise regarding p12. From 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
pledging shall be entered into be- pledge must have received at least Oct. 12, until 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct.
tween the fraternity and the rushee the semester in which he is pledged 16, there shall be absolutely no com-
before the actual pledging process with a minimum of 11 hours and 14 munication with any rushee.
as provided for in Article 4. 13. Pledge day shall be Saturday,
8 Any mentin ofanothersfrater- 2. Any pledge ineligibile for initia- Oct. 16, it shall start at noon.
considered unethical. tion at the end of the semester in The revision in the rushing rules
9. Any student entering the Uni- which he was ple;ged, but not having has been made to allow rushees and
versity the second semester may be a iecord lower than 11 hours and 11 sororities more time for study during
rushed and pledged at any time, honor points will become eligible for the first three weeks of school.
initiation when he has obtained at
Article 3: Pledging least 26 hours to his credit and an
1. The period from 8:30 p.m. of equal or greater number of honor initiated the following semester, can-
the Thursday of the second week points received after the time he was not be initiated at any future time
until noon of the following Monday pledged.
shall be a period of silence, during 3. Any pledge not attaining at until he has attained a C average and
which there shall be no contact what- least 11 hours and 11 honor points has at least 26 hours and 26 honor
soever between a member of any fra- in the semester in which he is pledged points received after the time he was
ternity and a rushee. During this shall be depledged automatically and pledged.
period the pledging process will take shall notbe eligible to be pledged Article 7: Violations
place as provided for under Article 4. again to any fraternity until he has 1. The Executive Committee of the
2. Any rushee who does not pledge obtained at least 26 hours to his Interfraternity Council shall be em-
on the first pledging Monday shall :;redit and an equal or greater num- powered to take disciplinary action
be ineligible until the second semes- ber of honor points received after on all violations. Disciplinary action
ter of the same academic year. the time he was pledged. shall only be taken when indictments
3. After the aforementioned pledg- 4. No student shall be initiated into are made.
ing Monday any male undergraduate a fraternity without a written cerifi- 2. Indictments shall be made as
student who has been on the campus cate of scholastic eligibility to be is- follows: Any organization, fraternity,
one regular session previous to this sued by the Dean of Students. person or persons may present an in-
year may be rushed and pledged at 5. If a pledge withdraws from the dictment to any member of the Ex-
any time. . University before receiving any ecutive Committee. Parties present-
4. No man ineligible to pledge or grades he is automatically depledged, ing such an indictment shall be as-
to remain pledged shall pay for meals and may be repledged immediately sured anonymity. Such complaints
eaten in a fraternity, or for rooming upon his return. shall be investigated by a sub-com-
accommodations. 6. Any pledge, eligible for initia- mittee of the Executive Committee,
Article 4: Pledging Process tion at the end of the semester in and disciplinary action shall be taken
1. On or before 9 a.m. of the Fri- which he is pledged, but who is not after consideration of the report.

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