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SUNDAY,, APRIL 29,195'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPRING RUSH:
Panhel Tried To Make Calendar

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-Daily-David Arnold
MAIZE-The "little man" is knocked to the floor by an indignant football player, causing his fist
to open and letting the sun shine.
Malze Team Wins Frosh eekend

Last night the Maize team re-~
peated as winners of Frosh Week-
end, the annual freshman project,
with their skit entitled "It's A-
Maiz-ing!"
General Chairman Dorothy Gart-
ner and the Maize team members
centered their skit around devils
who decide that the only way to
get back at the forces of good is
to remove the sun.
The head devil closes the fist of

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a little man, thereby capturing it
and seals his lips. The little man,
trying to again allow the sun to
shine, decides to go to the Univer-
sity of Michigan for help.
He meets judges, four girls of
the "intelligentsia," a psychiatrist
and some BWOC who all fail to
come to his aid. In desperation he
goes to the football players. When
he shakes his fist at them. he gets
knocked down. His hand is forced
open and the sun ,reappears. All
gather to salute the little man and
the football player who solved the
problem by action, rather than
thought.
The Blue team under the direc-
tion of general chairman Karen
Levy presented an orginial" skit
about four earth girls who travel
to a strange planet, Yurblutium.
The girls discover Yurblutium
while looking through a huge tele-

scope and manage to arrive gn the
planet in a time machine.
After meeting with the weird
green-faced inhabitants of the
planet, one of these odd creatures
gives them a "grand tour." At the
end of the skit, the four girls, all
"shook up" by the music of Elvis
Presley, show the planet people
how earthmen dance.
The teams were judged on their
floorshow, decorations, publicity,
programs, tickets and budget. Ori-
ginality and appropriateness of
theme were other areas considered.
The chairmen of the awards and
judges committee, Beverly Kotting
and Helen Horwitz, and their com-
mittees selected Maurice M. Rin-
kel, Auditor of Student Affairs;
Nancy Brecht, past co-chairman of
Soph Show and Jeanette Cameron
first vice-president of the League
as this year's judges.

a dozen tentative calendars had
been drawn up during the year,
but none was considered good{
enough to be presented to all the,
sorority women.
The last and "most workable"
tentative rush calendar, setting
the first set of parties for early
December was distributed to sor-
ority presidents for approval of
members in their houses a few
weeks ago.
Learning of the proposal last
week, several SGC members de-
clared that such action was in
violation to the SGC regulation
governing spring rush.
In ordaining spring rush, SGC
has set a "two-and-one-half week
formal rushing period . . . to be
held at the beginning of the spring
semester (1958)."
Tabulating supervisor A r d e n
said thatithe research committee
had considered a December first
set of parties "several months
ago." Arden added that he had
met with Panhel women "on and
off" since September, but had not
seen them recently until the Fri-
day request for a fall schedule.
Saw No Violation
Answering the violation charge,
Miss Eckhard replied that Panhel
had "never thought of it in that
light." She said that the research
committee hadn't considered the
December "set" a real part of the
formal rush period since the other
four "sets" of rushing parties
would be held in February, with
pledging March 2.
The December planning came
labout as the best way the corn-
mittee could reconcile calendaring
difficulties, Miss Eckhard explain-
ed.
Administration and SGC offi-
cials said they were aware of Pan-
hel's calendaring trouble, but re-
marked rushing problems were at
no time discussed with them.
Asked No Help
Vice-President for student af-
fairs James A. Lewis told The
Daily yesterday that he learned of
Panhel's problems from J-Hop
Committee members, but that no
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Panhel officers had approached
him.
SGC Calendaring Committee
chairmen, Betty Boynton, '58, and
Carol Bamberger, '60, who took
over Miss Boynton's job in Janu-
ary, also said that Panhel repre-
sentatives had never met with
them to work out a calendar pro-
gram.
Miss Eckhard explained Panhel's
stand. "It was our problem," she
said. "We felt we were responsible
for following it through to the best
of our ability. We wanted to have
some workable plan to present
before we went before SGC.
During the week after new Pan-
hel officers were installed, Miss
Eckhard said, the old staff "work-

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SOPH SHOW-There will be a
meeting of the Programs Com-
mittee at 7:30 p.m. in Conference
Room Two of the League. All in-
terested in soliciting ads for the
Soph Show program are welcome.
ORIENTATION LEADERS -
Women's orientation petitions are
due at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
League. Petition blanks are avail-
able in the Leag'ue Undergraduate
Office. If there are any questions
contact Linda Green, 4016, Stock-
well.
MICHIGRAS - Petitions for
male co-chairmen of Michigras
are due at 5 p.m. tomorrow. Stu-
dents should sign up for interviews
in the senior offices of the Union.
* * *
SENIOR SOCIETY - Members
of Senior Society, independent
senior women's honorary, elected
new officers at their meeting last
week. The new executive board
consists of Sheila McKenzie, pres-
ident; Barbara Holmberg, Vice-
president; Helen Long, secretary;
Joan Gassaway, treasurer and Jan
O'Brien, historian.
THETA SIGMA PHI - Theta
Sigma Phi, national professional
fraternity for women in journa-
lism recently elected officers for
the coming year.
President will be Sue Raun-
heim; Vice-President, Imogene
Jividen; Secretary, Merrill Martin;
Treasurer, Penny .Adams and
Historian, Joan Foster. The offi-
cers will be installed Tuesday.
Jr. Panhel
Petitioning for all six positions
of Junior Panhellenic will be open
until 2 p.m. May 6.
Petitions may be picked up in
room 2515 of the Students' Activi-
ties Building. Women who wish to
know more information may look
at the old petitions in the League
Undergraduate Office.
Interviews will be held May 6
and 7. Candidates will be announ-
ced May 8. Election will be held
May 15. Women elected to these
positions will remain in office until
May, 1958.
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ed hand in hand" with them and
there was no talk of petitioning
for fall rush.
Houck Refuses Comment
Marilyn Houck, '58Ph, Panhel
President declined to comment on
new officers' rationale behind the
fall rush move.
She said that Panhel will "pre-
sent everything in its entirety to
SGC Wednesday."
"To release fragments and have
them misinterpreted is neither fair
to SGC nor the Panhel," Miss
Houck declared.
Executive Council will meet
Tuesday to prepare the overall
SGC report. Research committee
members are currently writing up
their parts, she said.

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