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April 26, 1922 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-04-26

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ity Of Michigan League

GES RULES
AL MEETING
ty for membership
f Michigan League
ie last joint meet-
eason of the board
Woman's league,
Inding committees,
and the executive
Alumnae council.
lads, "any woman

CAPINGN COMMITTEE
TURNS IN U50 MORE
Another check for $850 has been
turned over to the treasurer of the
Alumnae council during the past
week, according to the report of Neva'
Lovewell, '22, chairman of the cam-
paign committee of the University of
Michigan League,, at a joint meeting
of the Alumnae council and the board
of directors of the Women's League
held last week. This brings the total
amount to $3500, all of which has
been paid in to finance the campaign
for the League building.
The report stated that there are a
number of pledges made by various'
organizations and some plans which
have not yet been carried out which
will mean an addition of approxi-
mately $1500, making a total of $5,000
raised by the committee this year.
The campaign committee requests

that all houses that have funds which
they intend to contribute to'this work
send them in at once in order that
complete reports may be made by the
end of the school term.
Girls To Revive
Nlay Day Rites
To Shell Funds:
By observing a tradition which be-
gan in the time of the ancient Romans
and which has persisted in some form
through the intervening ages in all
countries, the Women's league is plan-
ning a special feature for May
day. Roses will be sold by the girls
to the caiipus at large, in a similar
way in which the sale of green car-
nations was conducted on. St. Patrick's
day.
The old tradition of May day has
been known and celebrated in some
fashion. ever since the beginning of
civilization., The Romans had a May
festival which was an elaborate car-
nival in honor of the goddess of fer-
tility, Maia. It is from the name of
this goddess that the name of the
month is derived. The custom of ob-

serving: the beginning of spring is to
be found in many countries today.
India has a festival which, though
called by a differeit name; is of the
same nature as the English May day,
which was generally observed in early
England. Germany has always had a
celebration of this sort. Italy and
Greecet and farther Eastern nations
still cling to the ancient rites.
It is the old English/May day which
is most familiar to us today. In
olden times, the 'young people would
rise early on.May morning and go to
the woods "A-Maying." They returned
with their arms full of flowers and
branches, which they left at the doors
of their friends. The boys would cut
down a birch tree, and stripping it
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of the village green as a ' May-pole. FOR BENEFIJ
Streamers and garlands were attached
to this pole, and many ganes and Members of the
dances were held abot it. The cus- sorority have cot
tom is still observe.d occasionally in for a lingerie sa
some obscure English villages. which will go to t
The old custom of wearing flowers campaign fund.
on May day may be followed by the unidergarments ar
women of the University and at the the Jane Singleton
same time help swell the building be left there or be
fund by observing it in this way each ber of the Kappa
year. ity.

Be SURE it's

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g and it was de-
e contest and ex-
1923. 'This action
use those designs
ubmitted are not
warrant the ex-
ley involved in se-
hose who have al-
I be permitted to
though they may
d at the time of
rntest.
ncil will hold its
n Arbor on June
DNATED
IAGE SALE

PHONE 2830

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world - or a long period of training before
you are fitted for an executive role? In addi-
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serve as solid foundation, it will be well to consider
the advisability of special training which will cut
off years of apprenticeship in the business world.

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ek in the city,

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