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XARY 10, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE. FIV

UARY10,195 THEMICIGA DAIY PGE I1R

Dean Bacon To Weigh
Sorority Quota Raise

All Together Now-Kick!

By ROSE PERLBERG
A plan to raise sorority quotas
goes to the Dean of Women's Office
for approval early this week.
The measure, which would be-
come effective this semester, gives
each house an opportunity to in-
crease the present resident maxi-
mum of 60 coeds to. 65. It was
tentatively approved at a repent
Panhellenic Board of Delegates
meeting.,
A project of the Panhel Re-
search Committee, (study group
formed to deal with Panhel con-
stitutional revisions after spring
rushing was established) the quota
increase issue has been under con-
sideration for months.
Plan Follows 'U' Growth
Says Diane Duncan, chairman
of the Research Committee's Quota
Division: "What we're trying to do
is keep up with the growth of the
University as a whole."
She cited the establishment of
-r two new sorority chapters on cam-
pus last year as "the beginning of
meeting campus requirements,"
adding that a quota increase would
be still another step in that direc-
tion.
Under the new plan, (which
would supersede the quota estab-
lished in the early 1940's) Miss
Duncan points out that houses
would: (1) be able to pledge more
rushees and (2) balance out finan-
cial losses incurred from the short-
er pledge period that must follow
a spring rushing schedule.
Small Houses Gain Nothing
The plan, she added, is an indi-
vidual matter, since each house
must decide if it is able to meet
the responsibilities of accommo-
dating additional coeds.
Objections, she remarked, are
therefore based mainly on the fact
that some of the smaller houses,
with facilities too limited to allow
them to fill the present quota,
would not benefit.
However, in discussing that
problem, delegates from such sor-
orities agreed that as long as the
plan was advantageous to Panhel
as a whole they would be willing
to accept it.
Pharmacists Plan
Apothecary Ball,
Drugs and druggists will take
over the League Ballroom from 9
p.m. to midnight, Friday, for an
evening with "Modern Pharmacy".
Apothecary Ball, annual spring
dance of pharmacy students, will
feature music by Don Kenney and
his orchestra. Lambda Kappa
Sigma, Phi Delta Chi and the
American Pharmaceutical. Asso-
ciation are sponsors.

Their straw vote of approval
allowed the committee to turn it
over to Dean Bacon for the Ad-
ministration's consideration.
Dean Kept Informed
Miss Bacon, remarked Panhel
President Carol DeBruin,-has fol-
lowed the progress of the plan,
and has been informed of discus-
sion about it and sorority mem-
bers' opinions.
If apprdved by the Dean of
Women's Office, Miss DeBruin
says, the plan will be submitted to
Delegates at their meeting Thurs-
day "for minor suggestion and
detail discussion," before it be-
comes a part of the group's Consti-
tution.
At the Thursday meeting, Miss
DeBruin added, delegates will also
be considering proposed Rushing
Calendar changes.
Calendar Needs Approval
Another project of the Research
Committee, the new calendar for
the 1958 spring rush is still in
the 'planning stage. Now sketchily
drawn up, it has been presented to
delegates and discussed in individ-
ual houses.
Miss DeBruin says that a tenta-
tive vote of approval Thursday'
will enable the Committee to send
the calendar to the- Dean of
Women's Office for the "official
stamp of approval."

-Daily-Norm Jacobs
JGP TRYOUTS-Jane Abeshouse, Mally Dwan, Betty Edson, Joan Krasberg, Nancy Willard and
Angela Suina run through a song'and dance routine at Junior Girls Play tryouts held yesterday
afternoon in the League. An annual production put on by junior coeds, JGP will open Thursday
evening, March 21. Traditionally, this first performance will be held for senior women celebrating
Senior night.

Campus Groups F
COED MUSIC HONORARY -
Sigma Alpha Iota, Professional J-HOP PICTU
Music Frternity for Women, held may pick up pic
its annual initiation service at 4:30 ing J-Hop bet'
p.m. yesterday, at the Women's and 5 p.m. tomo
City lubday in the Mai
P a t r i c i a Stenberg, president, Union.
conducted the initiation. A ban- U
quet was given by the alumnae in'
honor of the new initiates: Sally FRENCH CLU
Booz, Bettie Bandos, Betty Bird, film, "From Re
Ann Noltgren, Kay LaDouceur, A
Dorothea Lorey, Helen Murray,
Joanne Smalla, and Arlette Zend- W m n
meer.
* * * Nfht
JR. PANHEL-There will be no
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SENIOR NIGHT---Central Com-
mittee members will meet at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the League.

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By SALLY LEASE
An all-campus jazz concert fea-
turing Louis Armstrong and his
band will highlight the 1957
Greek Week festivities.
Armstrong's appearance Friday,
March 29, at Hill Auditorium tops
a week of picnics, workshops and
discussions-Greek style.
The annual event, which brings
University Greeks together in a
series of fraternal activities, be-
gins Monday, March 25 and ends
with Greek Week Ball Saturday,
March 30.
Week's Plans Drawn Up
General Co-Chairmen; Nancy
Murphy and Bill Johnson, and a
23-man Central committee have
been meeting weekly to Plan the
week's agenda. Miss Mu phy de-
scribed tentative plans bmitted
to SGC for approval.
A bridge tournament Monday
night between teams from each
fraternity and sorority will kick-
off' the program. Mrs. Walter
MacLean is in charge of the event
and will present a trophy to the
winning team.
The annual banquet formerly
held Monday evening is scheduled

for Tuesday. Following dinner at 1 'Presidents' Retreat Day'. Presi-
Yost Fieldhouse, 'brothers' will dents from the fraternities and
participate in traditional games sororities will meet at the Fresh
of ancient Greece with fraternity Air Camp to discuss campus and
competition. 'Sisters' will form the Greek problems.J
cheering squad for favorite teams
and later demonstrate their ath- Friday evening, before the Arm-
letic prowess with competition in strong concert, house mothers will
obstacle race courses. be honored at a dessert at the
League.
All Coeds Will Be Guests The annual IFC sing will be
Wednesday affiliated coeds will held Saturday afternoon. Every
head for fraternity houses .for an -
exchange dinner. Instead of ex-c
change between sororities like last ^Av
year, all coeds will be fraternity S VT
guests. After dinner, a free movie
will be dhown in the Architecture
Auditorium for all the Greeks. Qof DANCE
Panhel Workshops will be heldy
in the League Tuesday and Wed- Classes in
nesday afternoons to discuss A LET
problems of sorority living. v * KINDERDANCE
Through these conferences, says *ACADEMIC BALLET
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opinions of the Greek system in Professionals
general and set thinking straight - * TAP
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trophy which titles them as the
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This year for the first time
Greek Week Ball is being planned
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