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The Panhellenic Association
President's .Council passed a mo-
tion to establish a special study
The areas the committee will
specifically study will be: 1) the
problems of the tri-mester system;
2) the possibility of rushing twice
a year because of the tri-mester,
3) the possibility of financial aid
to any house which may be forced
Prof. George Katona of Survey
Research Center was one of three
winner of the American Market-
ing Association's 1961 Paul D.
Converse awards, announced . at
the University of Illinois at Ur-
Prof. Katona, author of "Psy-
chological Analysis of Economic
Behavior," was cited for his studies
at the University, "which have
created a greater understanding
of our society .. .
to go local, 4) the effect any new
apartment age ruling will have
on sororities, and 5) the possibility
of non-recognition for a house.
The motion will be refered to
the Executive Council of Panhel
which will appoint the members
of the committee. The group will
be made up of two members of
the Executive Council, three mem-
bers from the President's Council,
and two members-at-large.
"We wish to stress the flexibil-
ity of this committee. It will not
be rigidly confined to these areas
mentioned," Panhel President Su-
san Stillerman, '62A&D, said.
City To Add
The City of Ann Arbor soon
will install four new bicycle racks
in the State Street area for the
convenience of students, Promotion
Chairman Farrell Potner of the
State Street Merchants Associa-
tion said yesterday.
There will be two racks located
on State Street, and one each on
William and Liberty Streets in
spaces presently used for parking.
Plotner said the change will be
instituted in keeping with the
group's policy of serving students,
which already has resulted in
about 30 stores remaining open
on Monday evenings.
He said the association was also
working with the city on a change
in the "walk" light set-up, to ac-
commodate more pedestrian traf-
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in order of application to the Uni-
Three main methods were of-
fered to integrate the transfers
into the house: Through commit-
tees, through active members
making a. special effort to be
friendly by asking the new mem-
ber to join her for coffee, or a
walk to the library, ad by com-
ing down to dinner early to visit
The role of the housemother was
also discussed. The group decided
that the housemother has four
r o 1 e s: administrator, hostess,
friend and confidant, and mother.
No Old Complaints
Friendly relations can be pro-
moted mainly by individual ini-
tiative from the girls; also seniors
should refrain from voicing last
year's complaints. The group de-
cided that the individual person-
ality of the housemother is a
Panhellenic President Susan
Stillerman, '62A&D, chaired the
meeting on judic and executive
There was disagreement about
when an executive council should
take office. One opinion was that
they should take office immedi-
ately at pledging; however, there
was disagreement and others
thought that experienced officers
should be in charge at the time
of pledging to "keep the seniors
on their toes" and prevent a let
down after rush.
An officer training program was
suggested whereby the old offi-
cers would guide the new officers
to ease the transition between the
new and the old set. Personal at-
tention and help was stressed in
initiating the new officers.
It was generally felt that the
council should decide some things
and formulate an overall policy,
but that certain matters should
be discussed in chapter meetings.
Another idea was that the coun-
cil should be an organizational
There was general disagreement
as to whether the council meet-
ings should be closed or open.
The group discussing miscel-
laneous problems was led by San-
dra Halverson, '62Ed, and Susan
Congregational Disciples E & R Stu-
dent Guild, Cider Hour, Oct. 14, After
Game; Seminar, "Scrutinizing Chris-
tian 'Faith," Patricia Pickett, Oct. 15,
9:30 a.m.; 802 Monroe.
* * *
Eta Kappa Nu, Fall Election of New
Members, Oct. 16, 7:30 p.m., Union.
a * *
La Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia, Oct.
16, 3-5 p.m., 3050 FB.
* * *
Newman Club, Grad. Dinner - Roast
Beef, Oct. 15, 6 p.m., Gabriel Richard
Graduate Outing Club, Canoeing, Oct.
15, 2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St.
ORGANIZATIONS and house groups:
return 'ENSIAN contracts by Oct. 15
for $5.00 discount. F17
SINCE the first one was such a suc-
cess, those who want to attend the
2nd TGIF at 1031 Michigan Ave. will
have to make reservations. The "Men."
TRIGON, Trigon pitch them high
Trigon, Trigon serve them right
Swing Trigon, Sing Trigon
Win this game tonight.
Trigon, Trigon take and hide
Trigon, Trigon serves you right
Swing Trigon, Swing Trigon
Trophies here tonight. P16
WANTED: 2 beautiful freshman girls,
fun, entertainment. Call ext. 751. S.
MEET the finest people on campus at
Phi Mu after the game 4-6. Music by
Clarence Byrd. P15
WHY IS THIS TOWN in a sudden up-
roar? Is it the State game or is it
much more? The reason we're wild
and the girls are, in a fever is due
to a Healy and its master, The Beaver.
WILL PERSONS interested In having
a ride in my Austin Healy please call
Beaver at NO 2-5514. F30
"WELL SULLIVAN," said the coach,
"since the tee idea didn't work, why
don't you spread your arms and make
like a goal post?"" F29
DARLING, I will be here on campus
next weekend, save me some time.
M. S. THANKS, I went to Toledo and
had a ball. T. S. F26
JILL, thanks for trying, but since you
obviously aren't hot for the idea why
don't you forget it. Andy. F25
DEAR JEAN: As usual things are usual.
How are they with you? Are or
should I say did you watch the game
saturday? Darn it I told you to! Get
on the ball now. Love A.S.C. P24
FIRE UP BOYS, especially Dave, T. D.,
Harv, and Bob (Duke), we are root-
ing for you, just come through with
the usual 38 to something lower
score, If you come through today
someone will come through for you,
at least we think she will. Otherwise
you can get drunk, on your usual
two beers. The boys. F23
THANK YOU, Thank you, all you won-
derful people for calling, but I sold
the tickets for the MSU games so
don't call me any more. Bruce 2-5571.
"SULLIVAN,". said the coach, "maybe
we can use you for the tee." P21
THE PERSON sitting in seat 12, row 17,
section 25, you are sitting in my
seat and get out of there before I
come to the game. The Shadow. F27
MSU takes gas from the mighty Wol-
verines in football, and every other
sport and activity and recognition.
Feel sorry for yourselves Spartans.
THE MIGHTY CRAW predicts that The
Daily will walk, run and pass over,
around, and through the Union. Now
look at the sports page, wasn't I
right, aren't I always right? r19
BEAVER, don't you think that you
should still remember Heidi, even
when you are living it up at the Psi
U house and riding around in your
Healy. Craw. p8
THE CHI O's are having an auction for
the Sigma Nu's doghouse. Come buy.
JOAN BAEZ is coming Oct. 27. Tickets
are now on sale at the Disc Shop. P56
ADVANCE RESERVATIONS for Joan
Baez can now be picked up from 2:30
to 5:30 at the Bud-Mor Agency, 1103
South University. P57
THE KINGSTON TRIO will be opening
at the Lansing Civic Center on Wed.,
Nov. 8-tickets $1.50, $2.50, $3.50. Make
your reservations at the Bud-Mor
Agency. 1103 S. University any after-
noon between 2-5:30 p.m. P27
RON BELL, Bill Curtin The Royal
Lancers and Art Bartner are only a
few o fthe outstanding combos booked
by the Bud-Mor Agency. 1103 S. Uni-
versity. NO 2-6362. F26
LOST-tan purse, parking lot at N.
Ingalls & Huron. REWARD, 2-4219.
LOST-small beige leather purse Sat.
afternoon between the Stadium and
Saline Rd. area. REWARD. NO 8-8472.
LOST-Black diary with lock, extremely
personal information inside in code.
I need this back or I will be liqui-
dated immediately. Boris at NO 9-
1673 after 12 p.m. A34
WHOEVER took a red wallet from a
purse in the Union PLEASE return
all ID papers. A9
PART TIME help, noons and one or
two nights. Apply in person after 1:30
P.M. Drake's Sandwich Shop. H28
STUDIO, 1600 sq. ft., Music, Dance, Re-
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