THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, SEPTETVMER 29, 1937
PAGE EIGHTEEN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1937
Will Hold First
House Managers To Plan
New Organization Ideas
For Intramural Sports
The first meeting of the house ath-
letic managers council, at which sev-
eral new ideas for organization will
be discussed, will be held at 4:30 p.m.
today in the Women's Athletic Build-
ing, Ruth Carr, '38, intramural man-
ager of the Women's Athletic Asso-
ciation, announced recently.
The council meets at the beginning
of each of the four seasons for sports
activity; It is composed of represen-
tatives from each sorority, dormitory
and League house zone of which the
nembers are chosen because of tact
and leadership, Miss Marie Hartwig,
instructor of physical education for
women, pointed out. The position is
an apprenticeship for the jobs of
sports head of W.A.A. or another
place on the W.A.A. board.
The representative's duty is to pass
on to her group all information
learned at the meeting. It is also
her function to see thather house is
represented in the interhouse tourna-
ments. She officially represents her
group in the Michigras.
This year Miss Carr hopes that the
league houses will be better repre-
sented. W.A.A. intends to have four
or five league houses meet and elect
a memnber for the council, and it is
hoped that every house will be rep-
resented. Floor aids will probably be
appointed in the dormitories, espe-
cially in Mosher-Jordan, to help the
managers, Miss Carr informed.
Miss Carr also disclosed that lun-
cheon will be held in a few weeks for
all athletic managers at which Dr.
Margaret Bell, director of physical
education for women, will be the
Board Meeting And Tea
Held By Faculty Women
The first board meeting of the Fac-
ulty Women was held Thursday at
the home of Mrs. Ralph Aigler, club
president. It was followed by a tea.
Tentative plans and the program for
the coming year were discussed at
this meeting. The first regular meet-
ing of the group will be a reception
Oct. 27 in the Silver Grill of the
League, according to Mrs. Carl Wel-
ler, publicity chairman.
New Women Students Explain
Why They Came To Michigan
By RUTH FRANK
Why do women come to Michigan?
For the courses offered, for the social
life, because their family wanted
them to, are the reasons stated by
new women students confronted with
Many of the freshman women have
come to this University merely be-
cause their brother or sister or fath-
er attended. Family tradition plays
a large part in each year's enroll-
ment. One freshman stated a varia-
tion of the family tradition theme.
She was sent to Michigan to look
after her older sister who is not con-
sidered as practically minded as she
Some students have come because
their best friends are here. One
freshman admitted she was just
talked into it by her school chum.
Then there are those whose best boy
friends are students at the Univer-
The psychology department, the
speech department, the radio courses,
and the music school are all attrac-
tions for the new women students.
The scholastic standing of the
University, the fame of its professors
-not to forget the fame of its ath-
letic teams-were also offered as rea-
sons for attending.
Of course there are always the few
students who win scholarships and
therefore attend. There are many
who come because the University is
near enough home to permit their
family to visit them, or for them to
go home for week-ends. There are
some women who are here because
Michigan is "far enough" away from.
Two easterners stated that they
have come to Michigan because they,
liked western, at least middle-wes-
tern people. Three women werel
"sick of a girl's school" and wanted,
to come to a co-educational college.
Two transfers decided that a wom-
en's college wasn't the place for them
and chose Michigan for its social life.
Some of the less subtle women ad-
mitted that they had come to "get a
With all their reasons for selecting
Michigan as their home for the next
few years it is hoped that they are
all as satisfied as the one fresh-
man who stated: "Now that I have
come to this magnificent institute
I am not at all displeased with my
To Open Year
The activities of the local group
of the Alumnae Association officially
started Friday, Sept. 24 when the
group met at the home of Mrs. Irene
Johnson, president, according to Mrs.
Lucille B. Conger, executive alumna
The first event of the Alumnae As-
sociation's activities took place re-
cently when 76 freshmen women,
winners of University of Michigan
Alumni Undergraduate Scholarships,
were entertained at tea at the League.
Four of these were given scholarships
through the Ann Arbor Alumnae
At this tea the Undergraduate
Council of the League presented the
Alumnae Association with a gift of
$1,000 for the Alice Crocker Lloyd
fellowship fund. This gift was pre-
sented by Hope Hartwig, '38, League
president, and Janet Allington, '38,
League secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Con-
ger stated that the undergraduate
women have well supported the al-
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