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May 03, 1922 - Image 8

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igan League SII NCMU
ority To Gdive PEAEAUMA
ae'i a Fifty Chapters Organized by Women
aj 'n ' , Ces t Graduates in Various
Localities1

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CHILDRITEN'S MOVIE
NE TS LEAGUE $50'
Approximately $50 were realized by'
the League from the benefit movie
which was given last Saturday morn-'
I ing at the Majestic theater by the
girls of Helen Newberry residence.
This is one of the series of entertain-
ments which are being given by' the.
various sororities and houses on the'
campus to help swell the Michigan
League campaign fund.

SACRIFICE DANCES
CONTRIBUTE $705
Houses that pledged money to the

rk picture was planned especi-
or children and in connection
his, -Florence Paddock, '17, of
t, sang several children s songs.

SG2.50 aue trom three nouse
not pay in full.
Four houses, Alpha Chi
Alpha Phi, Delta Gamma, an
Phi Beta made their pledge
May. This will add $330 to
j making a total of $1157.5
through the sacrifice dances
The last pledge is due M
all money should be sent to
Garson, '24, chairman -of the
tee, 718 Tappan road, by the
order that the committee ma
fnal report 'to the campa
mittee before the end of the

250

ummage sale netted $250
efit of the University of
igue campaign fund gives
gh as to the unqualified
the project. This also
corresponding sales may
the future for the same
actically everything was
ew articles that remained
to Mrs. Hugh Cabot,
the faculty rummage
will be held in the fall,
Salvation army.
a Brown, '24w and her
due the credit for their
anagement of the affair.
ee wishes to express its
for the contributions
the stores, Mack & Co.,
n Arbor Dry Goods, and
Roses Sold ~on May Day
tely $65 was realized for
n fund of the Michigan
he sale of flowers Mon-
ore than 1000 roses were
ale was carried on by the
ittee which functions as
e general campaign com-
erine Stafford; '24, had

Collegiate Sorosis will hold a lawn
festival the evening of May 20 from
8 to 1 o'clock. Mysterious refresh-
ments termed "strawberry special-
ties" will be served 'neath Japanese
lanterns on the lawn while there will
be music in the house for dancing.
Entertainment will be furthered by
fortune-tells. Flowers will be sold as
favors of the party. It will be an all-
campus affair and the committee ex-
pects many May Festival guests to at-
tend after the concert of that even-
ing.
SOPHOMORE GIRLS
TO PRESENT MOVIE,
By the consent of the management
of the Majestic, theater a movie will
be given for the benefit of the Michi-
gan League building fund by the so-
phomore girls. No definite date has
has yet been set. Twenty- ive per
cent of the gross proceeds will go to
the fund. '
Special attractions will Ibe pro-
vited for each evening. Miriam 'Mick-
sall, '24, is the chairman of the com-
mittee in charge of arrangements.

CAMPAIGNS, ENTERTAINMENTS
PLANNED FOR LEAGUE FUND

campaign fund as sacrifice dance.
tributions have already paid $70!
the chairman of the sacrifice d
committee. There is a balance

con-
5 to
ance
of

The moYie which was a

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"Alumne groups throughout the
country are extremely pleased with
the spirit of enthusiasm which has
been shown by the young women of
the University in working so unself-
ishly for the University of Michigan
League," said Mr's. Evans Holbrook,
'03, chairman of the committee on
group organization of the Alumnae
council.
Mrs. Holbrook has recently return-
ed from an eastern trip on which she
organized new chapters at Dayton,
Pittsbug, and Itahaca and attended
alumnae meetings, at Cincinnati,
Washington, D. C., Philadelphia, and
New York, According to Mrs. Hol-
brook, the groups which have been
formed are very representative, con-
sis.ing both of old and recent gradu-
ates.
, Organizers Active
These groups are now carrying on
intensive campaigns for life member-
ship subscriptions and are also giv-
ing various entertainments to in-
crease the campaign fund.
There are now 50 groups of Mich-
igan* alumnae in the United States,
and about half of this number have
been organized thIs . year under the
direction of Mrs. Holbrook and Mar-
guerite Clark Miller, '21, who is a
member of the committee on group
organization. Mrs. Miller had charge
of 'establishing groups in Denver,
Colo., Des Moines, Ia., Lincoln, Neb.,
Boulder, Cobl,; Lawrence, Kan., Bald-
win, Kan., and Louisville, Ky.
While in New York city Mrs. Hol-
brook interviewed Miss Margaret An-
glin 'for the purpose of arranging for
a Greek pageant to be given here next
w.inter in the interest of the Univer-
sity of Michigan League.
Plan Pageant Here
Miss Anglin has coixcelled all of
her plans to the summer in order to
go to Greece to ,perfect herself in the
classics end next year she expects to
have some indoor productions as well
as the outdoor ones which she has
given previously in this country. Miss
Anglin has given several productions
at the Greek theatre in Berkeley, Cal,
among which are the "Elektra" ~f So-
phocles, "Iphigenia in Aulis," and
"Medea of Euripides." In'the past
Miss Anglin has been leading lady
with both E. H. Sothern and Richard
Mansfield.
It is planned to ive the pageant in
Hill auditorium. ( The chorus will be
made up of University students while
Miss Anglin will bring those who
have the speaking parts with her.
You'll 8nd many bargains when yoU
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singers -Pianists
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MICHIGAN'S GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT
A limited number of course tickets still available at $4.50 and $5.00.
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CHARLES A. SINK,
Secretary
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