All houses that have not yet paid
their sacrifice dance pledges should
send this money to Elizabeth Carson,
'24, 718 Tappan, at once. A complete
list of houses and the money contrib-
? tid by' thm will be iublishel next
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77- 77, 777
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PROPOSED IBUILDING SITE Arbor during May Festival and C
TO BE DESIGNATED BY SIGN mencenient just where the new bi
Plans are being made at the office of ing will be loeted.
the Alumnae council to have a sign The sign will read as follows,
placed on the site proposed for the site is reserved by the BOard of
University of Michigan League so that gents for the University of MIch
it will be clear to visitors in Ann League Building,"
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The Summer Cinderella .
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FOR 'TH-E UNIVER5ITY OF MKIGIAN LE4C6U' Ar A N AR QO& PA1(M1GAN
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N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
PONWPOND AROtiT~CT CA(GO
Like the small maid who was lifted from lowly es-
tate by the hearth ashes and joyfully whisked away
to the ball, COTTON FABRICS now move in
circles, so trcmsformed by fairy fingers that ber.
jealous sisters are aghast. Cinghams, Swisses, and
ratines are the Summer's pets - made for the rich
University of Michigan Le ague, according to the latest plans by Pond & Pond, architect
C BE ADDED
Many Alum ae
To Return For
Meighan in "Tthe Bachelor
he benefit movie which will
1 s week end by the sopho-
as their contribution to the
eague campaign fund.
special features have been
is added attractions. Phil
nd Mike Chon will play
evening. Archie McDonald,
ppear in impersonations on
ning, and Saturday after-
a Tang, '24E, and Cyrus
4, will play some Hawaliaui
e Saturday night program
tickets sold on the campus'
iney to the League. These
r thirty-five cents and may
d from any sophomore girl.
sand of the 5000 tickets to
already in circulation.
ALPHA TO SELL
ORE HOSE FOR LEAGUE
the Zeta Tau Alpha soror-
ucceeded in obtaining the!
y for the Radmoor hose and
inced that they will sell'
of hosiery for the benefit
higan League campaign
ples may be seen at any
Zet'a Tau Alpha house on
ad. The committee an-
at the line includes all
imen's silk hose as well as
rtment of children's stock- I
Word has already be received
from many of 'the org ani;tions of
Michigan alumnae throughout the
country that they 'are sendihg repre-
sentatives to the Alumnae council
meeting to be hold in Ann Arbor in
June. Plans to forward the work of
the University bf Michigan League
vill be taken up at this time.
m-rs. Henry S. Gradle, '06, Mrs.
Charles R. Moore, '94, Mrs. W. K.
Mitchell, '95, and Miss Louise Fair-
man, '96,/will be in attendance from
Chicago, Miss Emma ,:D. Burke, '97,
from San Diego, California, Mrs. J. 0.
Gilbert, '16, from Oakland, California,
Mrs. H. Sheppard, '20, from New York
city, Mrs. John W. Black, '02, from
Minneapolis, Mrs. C. L. Bennett, '05,
from Kalamazoo, Miss Sue Verlenden,
'20, from Philadelphia and Mrs. Wm.
C. McCune, 06, from Petoskey and
Freshman Club -Lakes $12 for League
Frost-bites sold by the Freshman
Girls' Glee club last Thursday evening
at the Senior Girls' play netted the
club over $12. The money will be
given to the Michigan League cam-
Tine Extended In Design Contest
Because too few League pin designs
have been submitted in the contest,
the time has been extended until Wed-
nesdayr noon of this week. Designs
should be sent to Edna Groff, '22, Helen
T O PAY PLEDG ES
BY END OF WEEK
"All outstanding pledges for the
University of Michigan League cam-
paign fund must be paid by Satur-
day, May 2tOh," stated Neva Lovewell,
'22, chairman of the campaign com-
mittee. The treasurer's final report
must be made next week and the
fund4 must be turned over to the
treasurer of the Alumnae council, for
We pay unwdres of our work-
ers up to two dollars an hour
for their spare time. For seven
hours a day many.earn
Let us tell you how you may.
make $400 a month, depending
upon the amoUnt of time and
effort you give. (Mail this
>luth Bend, Ind.
Tell in ho' I can earn $10 an hour
little poor girl as well as the princess.
A single frock of ratine in your favorite color is an econ-
omy - doubtless a necessity. Many are embellished with
dainty embroidering while others are adorned with trim-
mings of contrasting colors.
Boyshform brassiers -- the original model
camisole brassier - come in good quality
heavy Indian head at $1.00 gand in heavy
satin, white and flesh at $3.00. They may
also be had in black and navy. They have
the elastic band at the waist which holds
them firmly in place and their slenderizing
effect makes them popular.
Stylish slender brassiers - the deep style
to wear with a low corset or a girdle - are
specially nice for summer when Milady
wishes to preserve a slender appearance.
We have a large number of different mod-
els in broken sizes, of flesh satin, some with
darts hemstitched and othersin straight
styles, values to $3.50 for $1.39.
We are offering another group of brassiers
in bandeau style of satin, and of heavy lace,
in broken sizes, value to $1.25 for 75c each.
Swisses Corme Back
Always delightfully becoming and ready for many occa-
sions are the Dotted Swisses. They are as welcome as an
old friend. The new mod ls . are extremely novel in de-
sign and trimming and doubly valuable becavse they are
neither perishable nor costly to buy.
Fashion Approves Gingham
Fashion interest is now keen in the new ginghams. Long,
slender lines make them youthful. Pastel shades make
them harmonize with the season, and new achievements
in trimmings make them stylish The prices make them
S'atin girdles that are especially comfortable
for summer wear, they have two pair of
hose supporters and hook in the back.
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