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Transfers live at fraternities
IFC sponsors 'Move-in'
By WENDY SHARETT'S
Collegian Staff Writer
The Interfraternity Council Move-In program is one w•ay for
Lomnonrxealth transfer students to avoid the University
Run for all male commonwealth transfers, Move-In is
designed to increase fraternity membership at the University,
accord g- IFC Membership Chairman Ted Kraybill. The
prografft helps students adjust to University Park and
provides an alternative to dormitory or apartment living,
Kraj, bill laid
lie said Move-In participants must live in a fraternity house
for one terra Many receive bids from the house, Kraybill said,
adding that for Fall Term "most of the houies have reported
50 per cent pledging from Move-Ins."
Move-En started three years ago when IFC sent letters and
apptications to all male students at branch campuses.
Forts people usually participate in the program each term
Kraybill said The University asked IFC to take in more
transfers this fall because of the crowded dorm conditions.
If ~ aid fraternities had 130 people, including women, in the
program this, summer.
Ntii% e lit pa - rticipants are given social privileges at no ad
iiiiona I cost. but are encouraged and expected to rush other
rat ernit les, Kraybill explained. Each fraternity gets a list of
.11! e-Ins as well as a regular rush list to call.
IF(' tries to accommodate requests to live in a certain
but Kraybill said, "The houses most guys ask for are
the big name fraternities, and these houses have no room for
\in\ e Ins ':
Kraybill said IFC also considers the fraternity's financial
uat ion and places Move-Ins where they are needed most.
Mideast talks prove promising
AMNIAN Secretary of State
I tenr A Kissinger flew to Jordan last
night with new support from - Egyptian
Pre:,idenl Anwar Sadat and Saudi
krabian King Faisal for his Middle East
peace efforts and a Saudi promise to try
and low or oil prices.
Kissinger arrived here at 11:10 p m. on
the third leg of his - lightning tour of the
Middle East after four hours of what he
called "good and useful" talks with
Faisal and a vote of "fullest confidence"
I rorn Sadat in Cairo.
"I explained to his Majesty and our
t ;lends in Saudia Arabia our policy which
t an be summarized as: if tht parties
concerned are agreed that we should con
t inue our peace efforts, then we promise
to continue those efforts untiringly for as
long as we can," Kissinger said before
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"I have' found support from King
Faisal for,,"this•objective an attempt to
reach a just solution of the Middle East
crisis," he said.
"With the encouragment of King
Faisal, the United States will continue
its efforts to shrink the gap between the
two parties so the we may make
progress towards a just and permanent
peace in the region."
He said he had managed to explain the
effects of increased oil prices on the
ecomonic and political lives of consumer
nations and "We hope Saudi Arabia will
maintain its efforts at reducing oil
Saudi Arabian Minister of State for
Foreign Affairs Omar Saqqaf pledged his
country would continue its policy "which
If participants are not satisfied with their placement, IFC
moves them to another fraternity, he said.
Previously there was no term requirement for Move-In.
participants, but IFC now requires Move-Ins to be no more
than ninth term, Kraybill said.
"Move-In gives every fraternity in general the opportunity
to be up to capacity," said Phi Kappa Tau President Jerry
Paddock. "I hope we can continue it in the next term."
Delta Chi President Chet Spichei remarked, "I've got
mixed feelings about it ( the program ). A major problem is no
way of screening these guys before they move in."
According to questionnaires the ,Move-In participants
completed, they feel the program is a positive experience.
"Of the 30 or 40 questionnaires returned to me," Kraybill
said, "only one felt it was a negative experience. All the Move-
Ins seemed to say they were treated very friendly. The
brothers went out of their way to get to knciw them."
Dyid Romanosky, Alpha Epsilon Pi pledge, said he "didn't
really expect to join the fraternity." The Move-In program
was a last relsort when he found he didn't have a dormitory
Move-In pledges get to know the brothers and fraternity
house much betterthan the other pledges. "When a guy lives
in the house, you can't hide the problems from him," Kraybill
said. "But the Move-Ins see these things and still join the
Alpha Epsilon Pi pledge Mark Angelone thinks Move-In
is "working great. It was strange at first. The brothers looked
at us as potential rushees. They tried to rush us, but realized
that they couldn't put on airs like they did with the other
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is aimed at securing a reduction in The
price of oil.
"We hope to achieve this through our
sense of responsibility to the in
ternational community," Saqqaf said.
Sa , qqaf made a strong plea for
Kissinger to continue his peace initiative.
"We do not wish to dispense with, un
der any circumstances, Dr. Kissinger's
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and major nation such as the United
"America and Saudi Arabia are friend
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friends," Saqqaf said.
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from Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
earlier in the day prior to his departure
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