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PAYMENT OF PLEDGES
MONEY MADE BY BENEFITS
NEEDED TO FINANCE
CAMPAIGN
Reports from the campaign commit-
tee for the Michigan League show that
of the $1157.50 that was pledged by
women's houses for the sacrifice dance
fund only $445.50 has been paid.
Houses'that have pledges due or over
due should make the payments at

L:fe tNembership
Classes Enlarged
New classes of membership in the
University of Michigan League which
weres voted upon at the last meeting
of the Alumnae council include the
wives of the officers and members of
the board of directors of the Alumni
association of the University; mem-
bers of the governing boards and ad-
ministration officers of the University
dormitories, as recognized by the Uni-
versity; the women of the School of
Music faculty are instructors in
courses for which credit is given in
the University; and wives of members
of the faculty of the University School
of Music who are instructors in
courses for which credit is given.
These women have all been circular-
ized and life memberships have al-
ready been received from many of
them.

Our Ice Cream is
DO YOU KNOW?
One plate of Ice Cream has moi
Value than TWO Eggs.
The vital food substances that 'it
absolutely necessary to th;ie hea
student.

Miss Caroline Whitney, se
Vassar College, does not belie
any outside visible marks of o

IL.N AUNr tSITY OF K01tiGAN AT ANN ARO . _____________ i KOpP Au IfCTj CHI A
plans for the University of Michigan League may be seen
1 which was submitted by Pond and Pond, architects, fol-
n of the site by the Board of Regents in December.
more profitable than any given before are not final and
tered in many details before the League is really con-
appeared in a recen t number of the Alumnus with a des-
ilding and its different features. Interior plans including
ria, theatre, court, reading room, concourse, main dining
om, and hall, were explained with a view to furthering
embership committee.
g nfor Leadership
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once.
Collegiate Sorosis sorority has turn-
ed over $30 which was realized from
the bridge tea which was given for the
benefit of the campaign fund. Other
houses are requested to turn over the
sums made at similar affairs as soon
as possible since the money is needed
for financing the compaign for the
Michigan League. Each house will be
given credit for, the entire amount con-
tributed even though this amount may
be paid in installments.
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority will
give a bridge tea March 11, Martha
C ok building will give a dance March
17, and Alumnae house will give a
dance May 6 in the Union. Other
houses that are planning similar
event's should notify the chairman of
the campaign committee, Neva Love-
well, '22, Martha Cook building, so
that there will be no conflict -of af-
fairs.
All students who ride are requested
by the League to buy riding tickets
which will give them six rides for
$5.00 because with the sale of 1000 of
these tickets, $1000 will be realized
for the League. The tickets are trans-
ferable and are good until July 1, 1922.
If not obtainable in other ways they
may be purchased at Millison's riding
academy.
Students and friends of the League
should remember to say "Give the
League credit" when buying flowers
from the BluMaize or FKlander's flower
shops. .Twenty per cent of the sale
will be credited to the League when'
the request is made' and this will in
no way add to the purchase price of.
the flowers.
$1,500 IS REALIZED
AT GRAND RAPIDS

LEADERSHIP is a matter ot
ining and ability plus a knowledge
s principles and their practical
usiness life.. In addition to your
rork, which should serve as solid
ill be well to consider the advisa-
training which will cut off years of
the business world.
titute offers an intensive training
two years--which teaches the fun-
les of business and how to apply
nduct of commercial affairs. By
iods the student is shown and'
:iples of Executive Management
t many of America's leading cn.

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DORMITORY STRIVES _
TO TAIN 100 PER CENTd
In an effort to win 100 per cent
membership in the Michigan League
for their dormitory, the residents' of '
Martha Cook building have planned a
program of.work that includes every-
thing from marcelling to shoe polish-
ing. . At present the building has
reached the 58 per cent mark and
through the concentrated efforts of all =
residents it is believed that the 100 .
per cent mark will be reached in the :
near future.
A bulletin in the elevator advertises
the various workers and at the same
time earns money for the girl. who =
has charge of printing the announce-
ments and keeping the bulletin up-to-
date. Those who are musically in-
clined furnish music after dinner each
night for dancing and the dances are
sold at the rate of 6 for 5 cents. -
The idea that is being carried out
in Martha Cook building is for the
girls to earn their membership fee by
supplying all service that would other-
wise be secured from outside workers.
Candy and Cakes Sold for League
"Alice Freeman Palmer house has °a
'novel way of making money for the
League building. Each week the girls
,in one room make candy or cakes and
sell them to the other girls in the
house. Considerable profits are rea- S
lized in this way." A. C. A

Direct Froi

A Distinctive .
Oriental Cigar

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$1 .00

(Guaranteed Genuine
Normal Values

TODAY AND THU

A check for $1500 has been received
by the treasurer of the Alumnae
council as a result of the efforts of Lil-
lian Studness, '22, whose aunt, Mrs.
Lillian Billman, procured -the use of
the Powers theatre, Grand Rapids, for
the Michigan alumnae of ,that city on
the evening of Feb. 20.
An enthusiastic audience filled thi
house to hear Miss Ruth Draper give
a dramatic recital. Of the proceeds,
$1300 will go toward the general
building fund and $200 toward the
campaign fund.

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Glass vials have been used for perfume
containers in order that this necessity of a
perfect toilette may be carried conveniently
in. one's purse. Coty's perfume in Styx,
Ambre, Antique Guerlain jicky, 'L'Origan,
Chypre, LaRose, or Jacqueminot odor may
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the finest Turkish Tobaccos as originated
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are simply those that originated in Egypt.
But the tobacco is what you want to know
about-and if it's Melachrino-it's right.

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