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TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1954

TIME MICHIGAN DAILY

PANE IVE

TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1954 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

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Women's Groups Plan
Conference, Rushing

Assembly . . .
Assembly Association's big pro-
ject for next year with the Inter
House Council will be the Big Ten
residence hall conference, to be,
held here at the University.
Assembly Dormitory Council
members made this announcement
at a meeting yesterday afternoon.
THE UNIVERSITY of Minne-
sota played host to such a con-
ference last weekend which was
attended by Hazel Frank, presi-
dent of ADC; Delores Messinger,
former president of Assembly; and
Patricia Stoddard, inter-dormi-
tory president of Alice Lloyd.
Representatives from the Big
Ten schools met and discussed
problems common to all colleges
that were represented. The Uni-
versity of Michigan coeds that
attended found that these con-
ferences were very beneficial and
voiced their approval when it
was unanimously decided to hold
next year's meetings here
Three amendments of their con-
stitution were added, the most im-
portant of which is that each dorm
represented on ADC and each
house represented on the League
House Council shall have one vote,
with the exception of houses whose
population exceeds 200 and are

less than 400. They will be en-
titled to an additional vote, and a
third vote will be granted to hous-
es exceeding 400 members.
* * *
Panhel . .
Joan Robinson was named the
new chairman of rushing counse-
lors at the Panhellenic meeting
yesterday.
One of the duties of the new
rushing counselor will be to help
in editing the rushing booklet
which is distributed to the rushees.
The booklet features hints on just
what rushing is, instructs the
rushee on the number of parties,
and provides information about
the sorority houses on campus.
* * *
THE RUSHING counselor be-
comes disaffiliated from her house
during the rushing season. She
assists in evaluating the rushing,
program, guides girls who are
rushing and handles rushing reg-
istration.
The Paphel Delegates were re-
minded that petitioning for the
annual Panhel ball ends Wed-
nesday. Applicants are requested
to sign up for an interview
There will be no rushing chair-
men's meeting this week, but there
will be one next week,

Open House
To Be Given
By Hatchers
An informal open house will be
held at President Harlan H. Hatch-
er's home from 4 to 6 p.m. tomor-
row with special entertainment
highlighting the afternoon.
With Paul McDonough at the
piano, Betty Magiar will sing sev-
eral popular selections.
Honored guests at the tea will
be the members of Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau, Chi
Omega, Pi Lambda Phi, Phi Kappa
Psi, Alpha Epsilon Phi, and Delta
Phi Epsilon.
In charge of organizing the af-
ternoon are Bob Blossey of the
Union Campus Affairs Committee
and Joanne Craft, League Social
Chairman.
Mrs. Hatcher has expressed the
hope that all who attend will feel
free to wander about the house at
will and make themselves at home.
Hosts and hostesses from the
League and Union will be on hand
to greet guests and introduce them
to other students and faculty
members.
First begun in 1935, the Presi-
dents' open houses have become
a popular tradition on campus.
Held twice a month, the teas offer
students a chance to meet and
chat informally with President
and Mrs. Hatcher..
The President's house is the old-
est building on campus. Original-
ly built in 1841, it has been re-
modeled many times to meet the
changing needs of the period,

Dorcas Campbell, well-known
public relations expert, teacher,
radio and television guest, will
speak on "Women in Today's
Journalism" at the Matrix Table
Banquet at 6:15 p.m. tomorrow in
the Michigan Union.
The Banquet is an annual event
sponsored by Theta Sigma Phi,
national professional honorary fra-
ternity for women in journalism,
and is open to all women interested
in attending.
* * *
MISS CAMPBELL is assistant,
vice-president and director of pub-
lic relations at a bank in New York
City. A native of Indiana, she re-
ceived a Bachelor of Arts degree
from the University of Michigan
and a Master of Business Admin-
istration degree from New York
University.
She was an instructor in pub-
lic relations from 1942 to 1946
at the New York University
School of Commerce; chairman
of the course, "Women and Their
Money," at the New School for

THETA SIGMA PHI:
Public Relations Authority
To Speak at Annual Dinner

Social Research in 1949 in New
York City and guest lecturer of
the Winifred Cullis Fellowship of
The British-American Associates
in England and Scotland in 1950.
Miss Campbell is the author of
three books, "Women in Banking
and Finance," "Your Career in
Banking" and "The First Hundred
Years: The Chronicle of Mutual
Savings Bank."
Her other activities include be-
ing ,treasurer of the Girl Scouts of
America; a member of the execu-
tive committee of the National
Women's Advisory Committee of
the United States Savings Bonds
Division of the Treasury Depart-
ment; on the Committee on Wom-
en in Public Relations; and a mem-
ber of Association of Bank Women.
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VICTORIOUS CHOIR SINGS WINNING SONG

Alpha Phi Wins Lantern Night Cup

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Alpha Phi walked off with the
coveted silver loving cup last night
at Hill Auditorium by winning top
honors in the 41st annual Lan-
tern Night Sing.
Dressed in navy blue skirts, bow
ties and white, long-sleeved
blouses and directed by Ann Mor-
row, the Alpha Phi's sang to vic-
tory with a medley of soulful se-
lections including, "Sometimes I
Feel Like a Motherless Child" and
"St. Louis Blues." They were sup-
ported by Chi Omega, whocpre-
sented a special pep song to cheer
them on.
* * *

Delta. Second and third place
went to Martha Cook and Delta
Gamma respectively.
With the applause of a very ap-
preciative audience the winner of
the IFC Sing, Phi Gamma Delta,
sang the popular "Darkness on
the Delta." They earlier perform-
ed over television.
* * *
RECORDINGS were made by a
local studio. Either long-playing
records with the entire perform-
ance may be purchased or 78rpm
SILVER ANNIVERSARY:

ones with any two of the songs.
Those interestea may get further
information by calling the WAA.
Mistress of ceremonies for the
Sing was Margaret Lord, presi-
dent of the WAA.
Other women's residences who
performed were Alpha Chi Omega,
Helen Newberry, Pi Beta Phi and
Alpha Omicron Pi.
Judges for the Sing cup were
Mrs. Norma Heyde, Miss Arlene
Sollenberger and Mr. Stanley
Kimes, all of the Music School.

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SECOND PLACE was divided
between Martha Cook who chose
for its winning selection, the lilt-
ing Irish "Bally Nure Ballad," and
Alpha Delta Pi who performed the
well-known "Lullaby of Broad-
way." They were sponsored by
Mosher and Betsy Barbour. Vau-
ghan House, supported by Kappa
Alpha Theta came in third with
a saucy rendition of "Shortnin'
Bread."

Sigma Rho Tau Promotes
Interest in Better Speaking
By BARBARA HECHT
Smokers are held for those peo-
Sigma Rho Tau, an honorary ple who are interested in joining
speech fraternity, was organized this fraternity. Later on, the new

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Dr. Margaret Bell, director
of the Women's Physical Edu-
cation Department presented
the posture cup to Delta Delta

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Annual

Reception

twenty-five years ago by Professor
Robert Brackett, on the English
department of the College of En-
gineering.
The main purpose of the frater-
nity is to further interest in bet-
ter speaking, for debates as well
as for better speech habits in gen-
eral. The members of the club are
students in professional fields, es-
pecially in the engineering profes-
sion. There are no necessary re-
quirements needed in order to join
Sigma Rho Tau, except for an in-
terest in better speech.

members are tapped or initiated at
a special ceremony held at the
Union.
At the end of the year, all the
chapters meet to have a special
dinner at one of the colleges. This
year the dinner will be held at the
Detroit Institute of Technology.

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A reception and coffee hour
sponsored by the School of Edu-
cation will be held at 4 p.m. Thurs-
day at Rackham.
The annual affair will honor
class officers, officers of student
organizations, recipients of spe-
cial awards and students who are
candidates for the teacher's certi-
ficate.
Special guests at the event will
be the deans of those colleges
whose graduates receive teaching
certification.
Old and new officers of the
School of Education will act as
hosts and hostesses
The recipients of three awards,
the Hinsdale Scholarship given to
a candidate for a doctor's degree,
the Payne Scholarship award to a
candidate for a master's degree
and the Cleo Murtland Scholarship
given to a student or a former stu-
dent engaged in graduate study or
teaching in the vocational fields of
the state of Michigan, will be an-
nounced at the affair. The Cleo
Murtland award is given every
second year.

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UNION TRIP -- Tickets to the

The club holds weekly meetings Union-sponsored trip to "Guys and
during which eac hmember usually Dolls," May 19, will go on sale
gives a speech. In addition to giv- from 3 to 5 p.m. today in the
ing speeches, they also have de- Union. Only 100 seats are avail-
bates. Occasionally the fraternity able.
has guests from other colleges * * *
which have a Sigma Rho Tau or HILLEL-Hillel petitions are due
another type of debating group. at 4 p.m. today at the Hillel Foun-
At these joint meetings the two dation.
clubs hold debates of interest to * * *
them, and compete for the prize J-HOP-The 1956 J-Hop com-
of a circulating trophy. mittee will hold a meeting at 3
The Sigma Rho Tau chapter has p.m. tomorrow in the Union.
a special method of debating. They * * *
have spontaneous debates in which WOMEN'S SENATE-A regular
a member of each side gives a ten meeting of the Women's Senate
minute speech, which is then fol- will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
lowed by a free debate, at the end the League.
a decision is made as to which * * *
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