THE MICMIGAN DAILY
SGC Candidates Discuss Sigma Kappa
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nt tey receive prererentia furui1g toba .UL vorgan, secre- "I've been behind Sigma Kappa " ot Lo""" "w" ca"u"^ex "" ("""Liu. ^""" n"" * "a s " able at the Ann Arbor
reatment in grading. tary-treasurer of the Varsity "M" all the way." He also wanted the fall, but only disfranchised from surest way to show the national Library and the per
Many also said there was less club, most of the students who ap- women to solve the problem "an the national; it can remain 'as a has removed its discriminato room of the University
pressure on the coaches here to ply are freshmen, because they their own." local sorority or as a colony for policies."'rom of t Mirsityl'
et a, winning team and conse- have had difficulty adjusting to Sigma Kappa will have to do another national, she said. , Can't Decide Yet Also on sale at Marshall
uently, coaches here are seldom school something this summer, Ron Bruce Hoffman, '59, called for It might be possible for the Shop
orced to do anything against the He said amount of funds for tu- Gregg, '60, said, but "I -don't the national to submit its na- sorority to show this in other ways,
ules. toring budgeted in a year is about know what." He called for Sigma tional constitution and by-laws to also, he said, but what ways this
Difficult Problem to Judge $400. The club tries to limit pay- Kappa to elect new national offi- SGC to prove it is not violating could be done could not be decided
The problem often becomes one ment to $10 per student per year, cers at the convention as one pos- University regulations. until after the national conven-
hat is hard to judge, one athlete although in extenuating circum- sible action. A statement from the May Have To Leave tion.
aid. Athletics is a very big busi- stances it may go up to $20. same officers, he said, would be If this is not done, he said, the David Kessel, Grad., said the na-
iess. One great All-American Tutors are paid anywhere from no good. local chapter should be obliged tional should issue a statement -
ootball player can make the dif- two to five dollars an hour, Mor- He also said SGC could not sub- to leave campus. that they were acting in good faith I"
erence between a winning and gan said. gometimes they will give mit any opinions on the case be- Carol Holland, '60, told Alpha with the University. SGC should T ED B
osing team, and that difference group lessons. fore the convention. Xi Delta sorority, "All we can ex- also consider the local chapter,
nay cost several thousands of Crisler said the athletic depart- Asks National Statement pect from Sigma Kappa is the he told Stockwell Hall. "We can't -
ollars. This makes it rather dif- ment itself did not sponsor afhy Sigma Kappa can prove it is right to pledge anyone, regardless abolish clauses by working at the
ficult to disqualify an athlete, tutoring programs. He was per- not in violation of University regu- of race, creed, or color." A state- campus level."
his person continued, simply be- sonally opposed to them, because latiQns by presenting a statement ment from the national after the He also said it was unfair to set
ause he is going to get an "E" in they encouraged the athlete to from the national that it has no convention should be enough to up a double standard, one for Sig-
course. "take it easy" and then get a tu- restrictive clauses, according to Jo vindicate the sorority, she said. ma Kappa and a second for other
Athletes also have access to free tor to help him out. Hardee, '60. -Paul Kampner, '59, called for groups which have clauses.
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