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THE MICHIGAN

D A I L Y

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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RNING COUNCILI
. II
FIRST MEETING
g, 'Porgy,' Mass Meeting
e Subjects of Discussion
By Representatives
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S O C I E T Y

Dorm Women Go To
3 Out-of-Town Games

Football Season Brings To The Mind Of A Reporter
The Old Topic, 'Why Do College Women Go To Games?'

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Self-government started in earn-1
est yesterday morning when the
Board of Representatives of the
Women's League, composed of the
presidents of all organized women's
houses on campus, met for the first
time this year,
Cynthia Hawkins, '29, chairman
of the Judiciary council, explained
to the Board the attitude of the
League in regard to smoking among
the women of the University. In
brief,hher statements were that,
though the League does not ap-
prove or disapprove of women's
smoking, it has agreed to co-ope-
rate with the Regents in enforc-
ing the rule that no one may smoke
in University buildings. The Judi-
ciary council will take action on
any infringement of this ruling.
Board to Sell Porgy Tickets
Mary White, '29, president of the
League, announced to the Board
the coming presentation in Ann
Arbor of "Porgy," a negro folk play
by Dubose and Dorothy Heyward.
The play will be presented at the
Whitney theatre on Oct. 30 by the
New York Theatre guild, in two
performances. "Porgy" is being
brought to Ann Arbor by the Ann
Arbor Michigan women as a civic
enterprise, the proceeds of which,
if there are any, will go to the
Women's league building fund.
Tickets for "Porgy" are to be sold
on campus through the Inter-Fra-
ternity council and the Board of
Representatives of the League.
A Mass Meeting in Near Future
Announce'ment was made of a.
mass meeting of the Women's Lea-
gue, which will be held on Tuesday,
Oct. 16, at 7:15 in the ballroom of
the Union. This meeting is one of
two mass meetings which are held
all year, and no conflicting func-
tions for women will be planned
for that evening. President Clar-
ence Cook Litttle will talk to the
women at the meeting. After the
meeting there will be an opportu-
nity for everyone to meet Dr. Lit-
tle personally.
Board Will Revise House Rules(
Discussion of house rules, and an
explanation of them by Elizabeth
Wellman, '29, chairman of the
Board of Representatives, followed.
In the roll call it was brought out
that the sizes of houses range from

Since the close of formal rushingj
last Sunday, the campus has been
comparatively quiet, as though re-
cuperating from its strenuous ac-
tivities of the previous ten days.3
Nevertheless, some sororities have
continued to introduce new pledges
to the campus.
Alpha Epsilon Phi held open
house for its new pledges Sunday
evening after the pledging cere-
mony on Sunday afternoon.
Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Kappa
Gamma held their pledge teas on
Wednesday and Friday.
Throughout this week, the
pledges of various other houses
will be hostesses at teas given for
the pledges of other sororities: Al-
pha Omicorn Pi: on Wednesday;
Gamma Phi Beta on Friday; Kap-
pa Delta on Tuesday; Kappa Alpha
Theta on Thursday; Alpha Xi Del-
ta on Friday.
The pledges of Pi Beta Phi were
entertained by the active members
at a formal dance Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Christian
were guests of honor.
Kappa Delta will hold a formal
dance for their pledges next Fri-
day night. Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Cowden and Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Bailey will be guests.
Five guests from the Alpha Eta
chapter at Ohio Wesleyan are
spending the week-end at the
Gamma Phi Beta house.
Alpha Xi Delta held open house
after the Ohio Wesleyan game for
the guests from the other chapters
and the visiting high school stu-
dents.
Following the game yesterday
Alpha Phi was hostess at a tea for
alumnae and out-6f-town guests.
The seniors of Martha Cook en-
tertained the new girls of the house
at a formal dinner on Monday
night. The annual initiation cere-
three women in a house to 144.
House rules for such a wide diver-
sity of houses must necessarily be
flexible enough to fit every case,
and uniform League rules are the
only house rules to which women
will be held in matters of discipline
which come before the Judiciary
council.
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mony will take place
noon.

Alpha Xi Delta has as alumnae
guests this week-end, Miss Ella
Von Sprecken of Grand Rapids,,
and Miss Helen Spreck of Quincy,
Illinois. Mrs. L. D. Anderson of
Salt Lake City is also a guest.
Zeta Tau Alpha announces the
pledging of Mildred Cassidy, '30, of
Detroit.
Alpha Gamma Delta announces
the pledging of Violet Bridgeway,
'30, of Detroit.
Mrs. Max Winkler yesterday en-
tertained at a tea in honor of Mrs.
Arthur Vandnberg of Grand
Rapids, chairman of the Alumnae
Council, and the other members of
the Board of Directors.
I Sophomore Circus" elections
will be held at 4 o'clock
Monday in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Motor Board Holds
Meeting Here Today
Members of Mortar Board, hon-
orary senior society, are the guests
of the president, Hilda Mary Evans,
'29, at a nine o'clock breakfast this
morning, at 613 Oakland. The reg-
ular meeting of the society will be
held at this time.
Jessie Church, who was the dele-
gate to the National convention of
Mortar Board convention of Mor-
tar Board society, at Yosemite park
will report on the convention, and
general plans for the year will be
Idiscussed.
A special meeting of house presi-
dents will be held a 5 o'clock on
Tuesday in room 110 Library.
Be sure and renew your subscrip-
tion to The Michigan Daily-$4.00.
Miss Ann Cayer
has returned from Chicago,
where she attended the
School of Beauty Culture,
and has now
Reopened Shoppe
at
406 E. Liberty
Where you may have Rain
Water Shampoo, Facial, and
other lines of work.
PHONE 9471

this after-1

Women's dormitories on the
campus are going to continue their
custom of sending representatives
to the out-of-town games this year.
Meetings will soon be held to de-
termine who the representatives
will be.
This is one case where scholastic
standing, popularity, or anything
of the sort are not considered. The
name of each woman in the dor-
mitory is written on a slip of paper
and are drawn for the privilege of
attending one of the games.
Notices

By a Mere Man school students, townspeople and
"WANTED: A fair damsel who alumni who had come to see reall
likes peanuts to accompany one college life.!
inquiring reporter doawn to the sta- Yes, there were tal girls and
dium this afternoon."-This is the short ones, plump girls, and girls
way a Classified "Ad" was worded not so plump. There were blue-
that did not run in yesterday eyed girls and yellow-haired girls.
morning's Daily. Yes, there were brovo.-eyed girls
But heart throbs and tears have and brown-haired girls, and, worse
no place in this story. No one yet, red-headed girls. They were
answered the "ad" so this enter- all there, but what for, the observ-
prisingreporter was forced to wend ing reporter couldn't guess.
his way alone to the place that "Could it be that they had come
Coach Yaost's men call home andt to see a football game?" he asked
there amuse himself by munching himself. His masculine intuition
many bags of peanuts in solitude, answered knowingly, "Surely not."
Not that he was alone physical-put why then," his conscience
ly, only that he was alone at heart. persisted, "were they there?" No
For thousands and thousands of answer came from the cheering
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weren't going to play anymore it
went home, too, the enterprising
reporter among them.,
As he walked along Main street
toward the offices of his newspa-
per with long lines of cars tooting
at him (or somebody else, he could
not be sure which) and as crowds
of other people crowded him off
the sidewalk from time to time, he
pondered the question deeply,
"Why do women go to football
games?"
He was certain that they didn't
go to see the game. That would
assume that they understood the
game. And there were so many
players that he felt positive that
they couldn't know all the players
personally. No, it couldn't be that
they had an interest in the ath-
letes.
There was just one possible solu-
tion left and reaching it, his repor-
torial heart was happy.

Sorority, dormitory, and league other people were there, and, yes,
house hockey teams may practice there were thousands (but not sol
on Palmer field on Monday after- many thousands) of those men-
noon. An instructor will be there tioned in the above "ad" sprinkled
to coach. hithei and thither among the high
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