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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Junior Panhel
'Makes Gifts
For Dunbar
Junior Panhellenic plays an im-
portant part in the life of every
sorority woman. Under the aus-
pices of Panhellenic, but still an
organization in its own right, it is
reorganized each year at the end
of rushing.
Every sorority pledge is a mem-
ber of the group from the time
of pledging until initiation when
she becomes a member of Pan-
hellenic.
* * *
COMPOSED of the pledge class
presidents, the administrative
body resembles the coordinating
and governing group of Panhel,
the Panhellenic Board. Besides
this administrative body of pledge
class presidents, each house sends
a rotating pledge to the meetings.
As has been the case in the
last three years, four officers
were selected this fall to head
the group: President, Betty Lou
Givens; Vice-president, Bar-
bara Barnum; Secretary, Nan-
ey Henry; and Treasurer, Ellie
Rosenstock.
Like Panhellenic board, Junior
Panhel strives to carry out the
aim of Panhel of promoting uni-
ty between independent and affil-
iate women on campus, as well as
closer integration among the
members themselves.
FRESH AIR Camp, Tag Day,
Frosh Week-end, Panhellenic Ball,
and Workshop are some of the
k Panhel activities that sorority
pledges come in contact with
through this program.
Besides these projects the
group sponsors its own to give
the pledges an opportunity to
get to know one another. Work-
ing together with Junior I.F.C.
pledges from all the fraternities
and sororities on campus spent
three days this fall on a clean-
up program at the Fresh Air
Camp.
To carry out their aim of pro-
moting friendship and coopera-
tion among the pledges, members
I met Saturday in the League
Round-up room to make Christ-
mas stockings for the underpriv-
ileged children at Dunbar Insti-
tute.
* * *
? HOPING TO bring a little Yule-
tide cheer to the children, the
coeds sang carols while prepar-
ing bright stockings out of red
flannel and white yarn, which
Were then filled with hard candies
and candy canes and sent to Dun-
bar Institute.
Under the leadership of Debby
Townsend this is the first time
Junior Panhel has sponsored a
Christmas project, made possible
this year by the change from
spring to fall rushing.
Plans for the future include a
joint project with I.F.C. in the
spring. Pointing out the close
cooperation between Junior Pan-
-hel and Panhellenic, Barbara
Barnum, vice-president of Junior
Panhel, will represent the organi-
zation at the Deans Council to
be held the last week in April.
Hatcher Tea
To Be Given
President and Mrs. Hatcher will
again open their home from 4 to
6 p.m. tomorrow for the pi-weekly
Hatcher Open House.
An invitation is extended to
all University students. Although
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority,

Freeman League House, Hayden
House of East Quad and Delta
Kappa Epsilon and Tau Kappa
Epsilon fraternities will be special
guests, all students are urged to
attend. Everyone is welcome.
This week the Men's and Wom-
en's Glee Clubs have been invited
to sing. Carols and other tradi-
tional Christmas music will help
provide a holiday atmosphere.
First held in 1935, the informal
atmosphere which prevails at all
the president's teas has made
them a popular campus tradition.
Casual dress is the order of the
day. Students should feel free to
come to the open house directly
from class.
The men and women acting as
hosts and hostesses for the after-
noon are under the direction of
the League and the Union.
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Coeds To Attend Fortnight Show

Members of

women's dormi-I

tories, league houses and co-oper-
atives will flock to Pattengill Au-
ditorium, Ann Arbor High School,
to see the Fortnight show which
starts at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the
auditorium.
The theme of this year's annual
skit night will be the Christmas
proverb "Santa Says It." Decora-
tions in the auditorium will be
centered around this theme with
pictures of proverbs on the walls
which relate to the holiday sea-
son.
* * *
A DOOR prize will be awarded
again this year. The coed with
the winning number on her pro-.
gram will receive two tickets to
Gulantics. Last year the winner
was awarded a 'date with a well-
known varsity football player.
First item on the agenda is
the awarding of house scholar-
ship cups by Registrar Ira
Smith. Three houses with the
highest average will be hon-
ored.
Four coeds who have main-
tained high averages will receive
awards presented by Dean Sarah
Healy.
x *
ADRIENNE SHUFRO, president
of the Assembly Board, represen-
tative body of all independent
women, will introduce the mem-
bers of the board and install house
presidents for the current year.
Each house president will re-
ceive a pin designating her of-
fice.
After these ceremonies, the
house groups will present their
skits to be judged and chosen for
the top three awards. The best
skit, judged on the basis of origi-
nality, effectiveness of presenta-
tion, clarity, and audience re-
sponse, will be awarded a cup.
** *
THE SECOND- and third-place
winners will receive plaques which

are engraved with past Fortnight
winners.
The order in which the skits
will be presented is as follows:
Victor Vaughn, Martha Cook,
Angell, Stockwell, Henderson,
Couzens, Newberry, Hinsdale}
and Palmer.I
Continuing in order the list
is Hobbs, Barbour, Prescott,
Honorary To Ask
For Drama Gifts
Representatives of Mortarboard,
national honorary for senior wom-
en, will call at all women's resi-
dences from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednes-
day to collect contributions for a
drama collection to be established
in the League Library.
Theproject was begun two-
years ago as a "living memorial"
to the late Dean Alice Lloyd, in
honor of her work here with Uni-
versity women. The present drive
is an attempt to successfully com-
plete the project.
Since Dean Lloyd was intense-
ly interested in the drama, the
committee chose to establish this
type of collection. It will be placed
in a special section of the League
Library and will include selec-
tions of all authors and from all
countries.
Money or used books concern-
ing drama may be donated. The
committee prefers money contri-
butions in order to avoid duplica-
tion of books. Money will be used
to buy new books in order to get
a broad selection. The group hopes
every woman on campus will con-
tribute.
Although Mortarboard is the
coordinating committee for the
drive, each house organization is
conducting the drive individual-
ly.

Cheever, Mosher and Ann Arbor
Girl's Club. While these skits are
being judged, all resident direc-
tors and counsellors will present
their skit, which will not be part
of the competition.
THE ASSEMBLY Board has the
last spot in the limelight,-and will
introduce the judges' decision.
Nancy Karnischky is general
chairman for Fortnight. Others
on the committee are Betty Co-
hen, skits; Dawn Hameister,
publicity; Ahreda Duster, deco-
rations; Henrietta Hermelin,
patrons and honors and Barbara
Goldstein, programs.
Fortnight, which its name im-
plies, originally took place over a
period of two weeks. Three sep-
arate ceremonies occurred during
the 14 days. These included recog-
nition night, installation of house
presidents and the climax of all
events, the Fortnight skits.
On recognition night, independ-
ent women who had shown them-
selves outstanding in scholarship
or extra-curricularactivities were
honored. Residence halls having
the greatest coed participation in
activities and the best over-all
scholastic averages also received
awards.
Fortnight now combines the
three events into one evening of
entertainment centering around
the three minute skits.

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both eyes, without glasses.

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