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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FINISH PRE PARATIONS
FO R IPRA
FRANNUAL HOLDING1
OF FRESHMAN SPREIADI
GYM WILL BE TRANSFORMED
INTO FOOTBALL FIELD
FOR EVENING
HELEN JONESWILL SPEAK
Aim Is To Bring Freshman Women
And Their Big Sisters Into
Closer Contact
Decorations, refreshments and
the ' program in general of the
Freshman Spread which is to be
held at 8 o'clock tonight in Bar-
bout gymnasium, will all contrib-.
ute ; to the theme of the party,
which will be the big event of the
Michigan-Wisconsin game week-
end
On their arrival, the freshmen
will find Barbour Gym transform-
ed into a football field with goal
posts on either end, and the ban-
ners of both universities stretch-
ing between them. The race tracks,

up above will flaunt on one side Athletic Association
the brave red and white of Wis-
consin, and on the other Michi- Amendment T
gan's valiant yellow and blue.
In each corner of the gym will
be a refreshment stand, after the Involving the basic principles
fashion'of the regular "pop" stands underlying the Women's Athletic
at the real games, and from there association at Michigan are two
cider, doughnuts and apples will amendments to the point system
be :served throughout the whole that were up for discussion at a
evening. This plan eliminates the special meeting of the executive
women having to go downstairs to board yesterday, and will be voted
be served. on at the regular meeting next
The program for the evening will Tuesday night.
include several specialty dances The importance of the proposed
from last year's freshman pageant, amendments lies in the controver-
a talk by Helen Jones '31, general sial question of college athletic or-
chairman of last year's pageant, ganizations, whether or not skill
and a grand march. Favors will be shall be the standard of eligibility
distributed, and music for dancing for membership. By changing the
will be furnished by Edna Mower's point system of W. A. A. in the way
orchestra. suggested by the two amendments,
The two big aims of the spread Michigan's organization will be
this year are to give the freshmen saying "Let the development of a
women a clear understanding of hobby and not skill serve as a war-
their chief activity, the Freshman rant of membership into W. A. A."
pageant, and to encourage a closer At present, any woman who can
union between the freshmen and present one point earned in W. A.
their big sisters on the campus. A. and has paid dues of one dollar
The freshmen will come to the gym for the year can enjoy the privi-
in their groups and meet their big ___ _
sisters, on their arrival. They will "PORGY"{
all wear the colors of Michigan to {_
designate them from the sopho- The Balcony seats for the
mores and the rest of the guests evening for "Porgy" are sold
who will wear red and white. n7 -

Proposes
Fo Extend Membership
leges of membership. This quali-
fication is to remain unchanged.
However, at present the earning of
even one point involves the earn-
ing of at least twenty-five as a
minimum, in hiking, for example,
which demands the least possible
amount of skill. According to the
new ruling, if passed, the obtain-
ing of W. A. A. points and thereby
eligibility to the organization will
be made easier by two important
avenues. In intramural activities.
"any woman who plays in at least
one intramural game will receive
five points at the end of the season,
upon her request." And, among
individual scores, "one point will
be given for every mile hiked, with
a minimum of five miles as one
hike."
In ' the first amendment, the
words "upon her request" were in-
serted, according to Betty Smither
'28, president of the executive
board, in order that no points
would be given to anyone who was
not genuinely interested. On the
other hand, anyone with enough
interest in W. A. A. to hike five
miles could ; qualify herself for
1 membership, a situation which is,
at present, impossible.
This question of hobby versus
skill is one which was very much
in the limelight at all the district
conventions of the Athletic Con-
ference of American College Wom-
en last year and which will un-
doubtedly receive major attention

Intramural Hockey WOMEN GOLFERS Visitors, including students ant
Game Results In Tie VISIT FIELD HOUSE also the general public, may b
taken through the new Women'
Two distinguished visitors who League building at any time be
The first round of the intramural tween 10:30 and 12 o'clock in th
hockey tournament was played came last Tuesday to inspect the morning on Saturday, Oct. 27, o
dnew equipment i the golf rooms on Saturday, Nov. 3. Members o
Wednesday on Palmer field and re- of the Women's Athletic building the house committee of the Leagu
sulted in a 2 to 2 tie between Delta were Mrs. Charles Hague Booth will be stationed at the Ingalls St
Gamma and Helen Newberry. In president of the Women's Golf entrance to the building at thos
the first half the dormitory teanms times, and will direct visitors abot
succeeded in making a goal and in Association, and editor of the the building, describing plans an
keeping the ball in Delta Gamma monthly golf magazine entitled locations.
territory. In the second half, Del- "Tournament Topics," and Mrs. If any one cares to go throug
ta Gamma took the lead by mak- Ralston Goss, who writes golf ar- the building during the week, a
ing two goals in quick succession. ticles for the Detroit Saturday pointment for a woman student
Near the end of the game Helen who will serve as guide may b
Newberry tied the score. Night. made by calling Virginia Lossee
Troester and Potter starred for According to Miss Ethel McCor- '30, dial 7717. The building will nc
Newberry, and Cooley, Jane Olds, mick, regular instructor of the be open to the general public ver
Wallace and Bush were outstand- classes, many offers of assistance in long after Nov. 3, so under the ci.
ing on the Delta Gamma team. coaching the women in these cumstances the house committe
The game to determine the winner classes, and those who have been+ urges that everyone who wishes t
will be played Friday at 4 o'clock. selected as members of the Uni- see the building make use of tli
versity golf team, have been made, opportunity that is being presente
at the national conference to be but up to the present time no .one at this time.
held in Ann Arbor in May, 1930. but Mrs. Hanley, Miss Miller, or
Until yesterday, the Michigan W. Miss McCormick herself, has given Subscribe to The Michigan Daily
A. A. took no definite position. them any instruction whatsoever. $4.00 per year. It's worth itl

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statement in The Daily yes- I
Iterday morning.
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Chairman, Committee

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