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League

HOUSES pLANSTUNTS
FOR LEAGUE BENEFIT1
e -7
e WEARIG AL'PAREL TO BE SOLD
s TODAY AM) TOMORROW AT

Alphi Phi "4ouse

stunt" for th

NEE DANCE
%ve been sent out by
rity to a tea-dansant
the benefit of the
e campaign fund from
urday afternoon in the
1 ball room. Tickets
for this affair at Gra-
r's book stores and at
3 Fletcher drug store.
the dancing for which
stra will furnish the
>r bridge will be pro-
who do not care to

League. The campaign committe
for the Michigan League is anxiou
that it receive the patronage of th
entire campus.

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NEWBERRY HALE

MUMMERS TO GIVE PLAY
AT LEAGUE PARTY FRIDAY
"Suppressed Desires," 'a one-act
play, will bedpresented by Mummers
at the League party on Friday after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Parts will be taken as follows: Ma-
bel, Marian Munz, '24; Stephan, Beat-
rice Hoek, '23; and Henrietta, Mary
Louise Whitacre, '25.
After the play there will be music
for dancing in the gymnasium.

given as the

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Organized houses are rapidly sign-
ing up on the official calendar for
their house stunts which are being
given in response to the request made
by the campaign committee for the
Michigan League that each organized
house give some entertainment, or
conduct some special sale for the
benefit of the building fund.
Tickets on Sale
Tickets for the Varsity Glee club
concert are being sold by the Alpha
Omicron Pi house and 10 cents will
be realized' on every ticket sold be-
fore the concert. These tickets are
on sale in the booth in University
hall and also at the various houses.
Chi Omega sorority is conducting a
sale of wearing apparel today and to-
morrow at Newberry hall as their
contribution tt this program. The
frocks, wraps; suits, and sports ap-
parel that will be on sale all come
from the Hewitt dress shop, Detroit:
There will be no duplication of mod-
els, and a substantial profit will be
realized on every sale.
Ask for Reports
All houses that have not yet signed
up should decide at once the sort of
entertainment or stunt that is to be
givenr and consult the chairman of
the committee, Neva Lovewell, '22, be-
fore making any definite arrange-
ments so that there will be no con-
flict of dates. All houses have been
requested to make an attempt to give
this affair as soon as possible so that
all funds may be turned over to the
treasurer for use in financing the
building campaign.
BURTON AND DEAN WHITE
TO SPEAK AT LUNCHEON
Plans are being completed for the
Women's annual luncheon which is to
be held at 12:30 o'clock Saturday in
Barbour gymnasium. Profits from
the luncheon will be applied to the
building fund of the University of
Michigan League.
President Marion L. Burton and
Dean Georgia White of Cornell Uni-
versity, a guest for the occasion, will
be the principal speakers. President
Burton will give an address on the
University of Michigan League. The
program will be completed with a
talk by Edna Groff, '22, president of
the Women's league. Amy Loomis,
'22, will act as toastmistress for the
affair.
A group of members of the Ameri-
can Association of University Women
have charge of serving the luncheon.
All arrangements have been made
under the direction of Norma Judson,
'22
All women of the University and
alumnae are: invited to attend. Stu-
dent tickets are 75 cents and alumna
tickets $1.
ORGANIZED HOUSES IMEET
TO PLAN FOR RU IMAGE SALE
The rummage sale to be given for
the benefit of the Michigan League
will take place on April 28 and 29 at
the city Y. M. C. A. opposite the
court house. Representatives from
the various organized houses on the
campus met yesterday to discuss
plans"fo the collection of articles.
Women are requested by the com-
mittee in charge of the sale to be
thinking about what they will con-
tribute in order that the collections
may be. made more quickly. Pamela
Brown,'22, chairman, asks that any
house which wyas not represented at
the meeting call her for particulars.
NEVA LOVEWELL ACCEPTS
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMANSHIP
Neva Lovewell, '22, has accepted the
position as chairman of the League
campaign committee for next year.

The board of directors of the Wmien's
league has decided that it will be ad-
visable to have as chairman someone
who is familiar with tha work .andc
with the women on c"mpus, as well
as one who can devote her entire time
to the work during the coming year
when there will be added dutis due
to the development of the plans.
ORATORICAL BOARD PLANS
PUJBLIC SPE A~lMG EVENTS
Three public speaking events have
been decided upon by the University
Oratorical boardi. They are: a< tri-
angula'societydealtebetween Adel-
phi, Alpha Nu and Athena which will
take place on Tuesday, May 2, an
extemporane's speaking contest and
". ,_ _ -ontest_ The latter two

events will be heldl shortly after!
spring vacation.
No positivo action was taken re-
garding the last of the numbers on'
the Oratorical lecture course. The
date is still being held open in case
Irvin S. Cobb can fill his engage-
ment.
League Gais $40
On Frost-l ites
From the sale of Frost-bites at the
p rformance of "Scepters and Seren-
ades" more than $40 was realized for
the campaign fund. Approximately
150 dozen Frost-bites were sold be-
tween the acts of the play. Margaret
Whyle, '23, and Katherine Kuhlman,
'2. had charge ofthe arrangements
of the sale while the ushers -did the
actual selling.
Frost-bites have been sold several
times at the candy booth in Univer-
sity hall but owing to the weather
the sale was not great enough to war-
raIt keeping them in stock. As soon
as the weather is more favorable they
will be again placed on sale.

THE COST IS NOMINAL

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MRS. CABOT TO HOLD SALE
OF SECOND HAND ARTICLES
Senior women can help the Univer-
sity of Michigan League and also dis-
pose of old clothes, bric-a-brac,
books, and odds and ends which they
do not wish to take home with them

You will feel at ease knowing your valuables are
safely deposited in your individual boat behind
those massive doors

Mrs. Cabot plans to hold a second-
hand and rummage sale early next
September and is now making efforts
to collect material for the sale. Any
articles, however small; are accept-
able and can be called for any time
up to July 1.

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