ECTURE: Seder Explains Committee to Panhel
the discriminatory mechanism'
would not be necessary, he said.a
Several Panhel members empha-
sized that they are responsible for
their actions to their national or-
ganizations. They asked whether,'
in cases where a bias clause exists
in the national constitution, a
statement from the local chapter
that it does not discriminate would
be accepted "in good faith."
The committee did not agree on
the answer to this question; most
members insisted that action
would depend on individual cir-
cumstances. Seder emphasized that
the committee is concerned pri-
marily with discrimination in local
chapters, but added that if the
actions of the local chapter in-
validate its written statement of
non-discrimination, or if it is clear
that the local chapter cannot
pledge new members of whom the
national disapproves, some investi-
gation would seem warranted.
Panhel members also said many
local discrimination problems are
due not to the sororities, but to
the rushees' preconceived convic-
tions about their houses. For ex-
ample, no Negro girl has ever gone
all the way through the rush at
the University. One sorority presi-
dent also said her house had the
reputation of pledging only girls
of one religion and, although it
desried to integrate, girls of other
religions rarely continue to rush
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