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THEMJTAN.UAIl~y

F°RMAY, AUGUST 15, 1947

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P4~A~E ~ FRIDAY, AUGtJST 15, 1941

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Panhellenic fissociction...

Juniors To

Climax Activities

Assembly Association

..

(Continued from Page 1) V
Kappa Kappa Gamma, as second
vice-president. Recording secre-
tary for the coming year is Leslie
MacVey, Zeta Tau Alpha. Jane
Wetmore, Delta Delta Delta, is
Panhel rushing secretary, and
Phyllis Leaf, Sigma Delta Tau,
will be treasurer.
Weekly meetings of the chap-
ter presidents and delegates, spon-
sored by Panhel, provide oppor-
tunities for group discussion of
house problems concerning activ-
ities and scholarship, as well as
a means to contact houses wit]:
announcements of League and
campus functions.
In addition to the meetings of

house delegates, rushing chairmen
from all houses meet to formulate
fcrmal rushing rules. Although
formal rushing is not held until
the second semester, a mass meet-
ing of all incoming women stu-
dents will be held early in the fall
semester to explain the methods
and purpose of the rushing sys-
tem.
In continuation of last year's
policy, there will be no contact
rule between sorority and inde-
pendent women during the first
semester. Contacts with prospec-
tive rushees are now on an honor
basis. Violation of the honor sys-
tem by any one person is held
against an entire house.

A supporter of campus artiv-
ities, Panhel strives to work close-
ly with independent women as
well as its members. Last year the
Board cooperated with Assembly
on a joint project to raise funds
for the Michigan Fresh Air Camp.
The benefit project was success-
ful enough to enable the camp to
build a large beach house from the
proceeds.
During the past, the Associa-
tion has been active in such cam-
pus projects as Student Legisla-
ture, Student Book Exchange,
drives for relief and campus sup-1
ported funds, and League activi-
ties.$

With Pla~y Honoring
(Continucd from Page 3) ha
In 1912 a second performance, Mendels
which was open to all women on Mny
campus. was given. "The Come- been give
back" in 1915 was performed in Love of
Detroit. The play was not opened in Her C
to men in Ann Arbor until 1923 'Mulberry
when it was staged at a local comedy,
theatre.omdo
York, on
From 1922 to 1928 the pro- Valley, H
ceeds from the play were added versity.
to the League building fund. Junior
JGPlay was very elaborate at der the d
this time, many times having a Miss Eth
week's run. Since 1920 the play advisor.

Seniors

en presented in Lydia
sohn Theatre.
and various themes have
en, including "For the
Pete" in 1928, "A Feather
Cap" in 1937, and "The
Bush" in 1938. In 1942
stions Asked," a musical
featured scenes in New
a dude ranch, in Sun
ollywood and at the Uni-
Girls' Play is entirely un-
irection of junior women.
el A. McCormick acts as

(Continued from Page 1)
The project chairman will su-
pervise the various money raising
activities for the University Fresh
Air Camp, Assembly's project car-
ried on in cooperation with Pan-
hellenic Association. A benefit for-
mal dance will be presented in
the early part of the fall term to
help raise money for this proj-
ect.
The first event to be presented
by Assembly this year will be
Assembly Fortnight to begin Oc-
tober 8. A mass meeting is held
to acquaint women with Assembly
activities. During the subsequent
week members of the Board will
visit every independent residence

to explain the functions and plans
of the group. Highlight of the
program will be a show given in
the League.
Traditional events of Assembly
include Assembly Recognition
Night, scheduled for October 21,
which honors outstanding inde-
pendent women. Talks and awards
are given and dessert is served.
This year a house award will also
be made. Elizabeth Meyer is gen-
eral chairman of the event.
Another annual event is As-
sembly Ball, which will be pre-
sented in the early spring. Peti-
tioning for the central committee
will be held at the end of the
fall term. This dance is tradition-

ally coed-bid. Coke bars at all
campus dances are managed by
Assembly women as a money rais-
ing project.
T.he 'series of League house
dances, presented last year, will be
continued on Saturday afternoons
in the League Ballroom. The proj-
ect was begun because many cam-
pus residences are too small to
hold their own dances and parties.
Petitioning for the various As-
sembly positions will be held
throughout the year. Assembly Of-
fice is located in Room D in
the League where membership
cards may be called for at any
time.


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