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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1955
Greek Week Activities
ITo Include Workshops

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Demonstrating the serious side
of Greek Week are the Panhel-
lenic Association workshops which
are slated for 3 p.m. qn Tuesday,
April 19 in' the League Ballroom.
The afternoon's business will be-
gin with an opening address by
Panhel president, Barbara Heider.
Highlighting the program, Prof.
Helen Peak of the psychology de-
partment will discuss "A Women's
Place in the Career World."
.Prof. Peak is the Catherine Nea-
:ie Kellogg Professor of Psychol-
ogy of the University.
Received Degrees
She received a degree from the
University of Texas and her M.A.
p from Radcliffe College. In 1930,
Prof. Peak was granted a Doctor
of Philosophy degree from Yale
University.
Previous to coming to the Uni-
versity, Prof. Peak taught at
Southern Methodist University,
Yale University, Randolph-Macon
Women's College and Connecticut
College where she headed the psy-
chology department.
Practicing her psychology, Miss
Peak was formerly clinical psy-
chologist at the Texas Training
School for Girls.
Coeds To Form Groups
Following the main talk by Prof.
Peak, coeds will break up into
groups which will discuss prob-
lems facing affiliated women.

Group 1, under the leadership
of Nancy Wright, Alpha Phi, will
criticize the effectiveness of Pan-
hel. Advisor will be Dean of Wo-
men, Deborah Bacon.
Improving relations with fra-
ternities will be the topic of group
2. Discussion will be lead by Mary
Cross of Delta Gamma and the
Assistant to Dean of Students,
William Zerman.
To Dilscuss Quiet Hours
Lois Michelow of Alpha Epsilon
Phi, and Sally Stahl from Women's
Judiciary will head the group cov-
ering quiet hours.
Gamma Phi Beta's Debbie Town-
send will meet with pledge train-
ers to talkbover building house
feeling in both pledges and sec-
ond semester pledges who have
not made their grades.
The fifth workshop, under the
direction of Erika Erskine, Alpha
Delta Pi, and League Social Di-
rector, Miss EthelhMcCormick, will
present ideas on how to build in-
terest in activities.
Inter-sorority relations is the
topic of Mary Lee Birmingham's
group of coeds. Miss Birmingham
is a Kappa Alpha Theta.
Topics To Last 30 Minutes
Spending the half hour period
on relations with house officers
and alumnae will be group 7, led
by. Jane Germany of Pi Beta Phi,
and advised by Mrs. Peter Van
Boven of the Ann Arbor Pan-
hellenic Association.
At the close of the discussion,
leaders will report on the progress
made in the groups.
Each house will send five wo-
men to participate in the work-
shops which are being arranged by
Peggy Hubbard from Alpha Chi
Omega.
House Mothers Entertained
In another phase of their Greek
Week activities, coeds from Pan-
hel will play hostesses to frater-
nity and sorority house mothers
for bridge and desserts at 8 p.m.
on Wednesday, April 20, in the
Vandenburg Room of the League.
For the fun of it, coeds will hold
a splash party from 2 to 5 p.m. on
Saturday, April 22, in the women's
pool. Bridge tables will be set up
in the lounge for after swim
games.
To Hold Splash Party
Coeds may wea rtheir own bath-
ing suits at the splash party for
which there is no admission
charge. Cokes and potato chips
will be sold in the second floor
of the lounge.
Since only 100 swimmers may be
accommodated in the pool at once,
houses are requested not to come
as a whole.
Included in the program will be
a singing group from Panhel.
Prizes will also be given.

Links Attract
New 'Babes'
Cod Golfers Chosen
For Advanced Class
By PAT NORTON
For 16 coeds the University golf
course can't become green fast
enough.
These students were selected
from the 25 that Brie 1 out for the
advanced golf course being offered
by the Women's Physical Educa-
tion Department.
Two afternoons were taken to
closely screen the applicants. They
were chosen on their swing and
their knowledge and ability of the
fundamentals of the game, not on
how long they had played.
Coeds Carefully Selected
"These coeds are the most se-
lective group we have had,"' Mrs.
Violet Hanley, women's physical
education instructor, said.
Coeds will meet as a class every
Mondaydto discuss problems. Every
Wednesday they will meet on the
University golf course.
"This course is a combination of
both teaching and coaching with
the emphasis mainly on coaching,"
Mrs. Hanley remarked. The course
is planned to smooth out the im-
perfections which the coeds col-
lected during the winter.
Golfers Named
Coeds chosen include Cheryl Hu-
bar, Nancy Bluestone, Elizabeth
Ware, Linda Johanning, and Sal-
ly Simon, Nancy Robson, Joan
Mack, J a n e Belbin, Virginia
O'Connor, Harriette Garfinkel and
Grace Moore, Donna Darling, Sue
Strahle, Dorothy Allaben, Pat Mc-
Clelland and Marcia Morris.

By PEG DAVIS
Garbed in anything from cap
and gown to slickers, honorary so-
ciety members will invade campus
residences as the spring tapping
season descends.
Each society follows its own par-
ticular ritual as it procedes from
house to house claiming new in-
itiates.
Tapping junior affiliated coeds,
Scroll members wind their way
through sorority houses singing,
"Out of the night comes a sound
of voices, Scroll now is tapping its
loyal crew." A small scroll and in-
vitation to join the society is giv-
en each coed tapped.
Requirements Specified
Members are selected on the ba-
sis of extra-curricular activity and
leadership. As is the case with all
the other senior honoraries, stu-
dents are tapped after 10:30 p.m.
Attired in black academic robes,
Senior Society members parade
through the dorms singing, "In
and out the halls we wander, sing-
ing as we go; of the girls we're
going to favor with our pins of
black and gold. Recognizing loyal
service and their jobs which are
well done, they will wear our bows
and colors and of us they will be
one."
When the specified student is
reached, a white collar is placed
around her neck. This society rec-

HIGH REWARDS:

Honoraries Begin Tapping Women

ognizes junior independent wom-
en outstanding in leadership and
service. Unlike Scroll, Senior So-
ciety members must maintain a
certain scholastic average.
Sophomores Recognized
Sophomore women outstanding
in activities, character and schol-
arship will be tapped soon into
Wyvern, honorary for junior wom-
en.
Clad in yellow slickers, mem-
bers march to tap usually during
Spring Weather
Accompanied by
New Organization
Due to the interest in softball
expressed by many coeds, the
Women's Athletic Association has
decided to add a Softball Club to
its group of sport clubs.
Toni Sacchetti, chosen by the
executive board of the WAA to
manage the group, has scheduled
an organizational meeting for Fri-
day, April 15.
She plans to hold meetings at
4:15 p.m. Fridays on Palmer Field.
All interested women are invit-
ed to join. Further information
may be obtained from house ath-
letic managers and from Miss
Sacchetti at NO 2-2591.

Daily-Lynn Wallas
BEWARE OF EIGHT-BALL-Taking careful aim on that cue-ball
is Sanford Kesten, practicing for the Union pool tournament. Ber-
nie Goodman awaits his chance to try his skill. Students may reg-
ister for the contest until Friday at the desk in the Union lobby.
Union To Hold Open House
As Anniversary Celebration

the dinner hour. As they go, their
widely acclaimed song is ushered
fortl.
The song reads, "Damm, damm,
damm to Michigamua, to hell, with
Sphinx and Vulcans too, to the
Druids and the rest, we are Wy-
verns daughters tried and true,
damm, damm, damm."
Tapping for the men's honor-
aries might be thought less spec-
tacular, but this opinion generally
prevails because the groups tap at
such a late hour. Many a male has
been tdpped as late as three o'clock
in the morning. Their informal
initiations on the Diag are a de-
light to students.
Among these organizations are
Michigamua, Druids, Sphinx, Vul-
cans, Hectorians and Triangles.
Mortarboard Began Season
Mortarboard was the first to be-
gin the spring tapping season late
Monday night. Since it's a na-
tional society, junior, women. must
meet the scholastic requirement
set down by the national organi-
zation in order to be eligible for
the group.
Mortarboard taps both affiliated
and independent women. Coeds
tapped by Mortarboard generally
are not eligible for Senior Society
or Scroll,
Students who hear screams and
shouts late at night soon need not
be alarmed, for the honoraries
are out tapping.

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I UNIVERSITY CLUB TEA --
Members of the University Club
will hold their annual tea from
4 to 5:30 p.m. today at the Michi-
gan Union.
The University Club, composed'
of male faculty members, will
onor the Women's Faculty Club
at the affair.j
** *
FROSH WEEKEND-Mass re-
hearsal for the maize team floor-
show cast will be held at 7 p.m.
today in the League. This meet-
ing was originally planned for to-
morrow. All members of the cast
'must attend.
* * *
HILLEL LECTURE-Prof. Pal-
mer A. Throop, professor of Ital-
ian Renaissance and the later Mid-
dle Ages, will speak at 8 p.m. to-
day at Hillel.
"Influential Jewish Philosophers
Hof the Italian Renaissance," will
be the topic of this presentation
of the Hillel lecture series. A dis-
cussion will follow the program.
* ** *
IFC BALL-Tickets for IFC Ball,
to be held Friday, April 22, are
now available through fraternity
4house presidents.

Registration will be open until
5 p.m. Friday at the desk in the
Union 'lobby, for tournaments to
be held during the Union Open
House, Saturday, April 16.
Pool, ping-pong, bowling and
billiard tourneys will take place
with preliminary contests held be-
fore the open house.
University coeds and women's
residence groups may also register
for the Union-sponsored cake-bak-
ing contest. Displays of the win-
ning entries will be set up for the
open house.
Cake To Be Served
Cake entries will be cut and
served to students attending the
Union Fiftieth Anniversary Ball,
to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
in the Union Ballrooia.
Cakes will be judged on original-
Ity of design and appearance and
taste. Trophies will be awarded
to individual and residence win-
ners.
During the afternoon, Michifish,
under the leadership of Marion
Charvat, will present two 30 min-
ute shows alternating with exhi-
bitions by members of the swim-
ming team.
COEDS:
for that fresh spring look
for fashionable- hairstyling
come to

At 4:15 p.m. a men's fashion
show will take place in the Union
Ballroom, with University students
as models.
Narrated by members of the
football and hockey teams, movies
of outstanding game moments will
be shown in the Ballroom.

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PASSOVER MEALS
April 11-14

Reservations Required by April

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