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May 24, 1922 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Of Michigan League

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'SIT' " O M 'CIGAN LAGUE T ANN AK^Ok PONDQO'A''TE T MIcnACO
Purposed University of Michigan League.

ETD

of' all officers for the
ue for next year will
a general membership
League at 4 o'clock
noon in Sarah Caswell/
.t this meeting the an-
all League committees
ud a pamphlet contain-
these reports will be
woman present. This
,r that such a printed
en given out and the
en introduced so that
may become familiar
of this organization of
utomatically a member
ration in the Univer-

SIX NEW ALUMNAE
G R O U P S FOUNDED
Mrs. Charles W. Gore, '15, has been
instrumental in forming a new Michi-
gan alumnae group which includes St.
Joseph, Dowagias, and Benton Har-
bor, and is known as the "Alumnae
of Berrien county."
Mrs. Stuart Perry, '96, was success-
ful in adding Adrian and Tecumseh
to the list of Michigan alumnae
groups, and the alumnae at Marshall
were organized by Miss Anna Mar-
shall, '03.
In Iidiana, Fort Wayne was organ-
izetd by Mrs. Henry C. Adams, '88,
executive secretary of the Alumnae
council, and the Muncie group was
formed through the efforts of Miss
Elizabeth Hutzel, '11.
ADELIA CHEEVER
ESTABLISHES FUND

NAME PROFESSORS
FOR LAND SURVEY
Prof. Carl O. Sauer, of the geog-
raphy department, and Prof. Leigh J.
Young, of the forestry department,
were recently appointed by the com-
missioner of agriculture at Lansing to
the advisory committee in charge of
the economic land survey of the State
of Michigan, . whose purpose is to
cover the state, county by county, in-
vestigating the natural resources.
Prof. David Friday, president of the
Michigan Agricultural college, has
been chosen as chairman of the com-
mittee, which is composed of another
M. A. C. professor, two representa-
tives from the state department of
agriculture, two from the department
of conservation, and the two Univer-
sity of Michigan men. The movement
was started by the departments of
agriculture and conservation at Lan-
sing and is being financed by the
state. Michigan and M. A. C. have
been invited to officially co-operate
with the state in the project.
Prof. A. H. White, of the chemical
engineering department, was recently
appointed chairman of the "Peat Com-
mittee" of the economic land survey.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA NETS
$150 FROM LAWN FETE
Approximately one hundred fifty
dollars was netted for the campaign
fund of the University of Michigan
League at the lawn fete and enter-
tainment given by Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority Friday evening, May
19-
Festival Attracts 2,000 Guests
More than two thousand visitors
have been in Ann Arbor the past
week-end attending the May Festival.
The Union has been filled to capacity,
and the downtown hotels were unable
to meet the unusual demand for ac-
commodations. A housing committee
at the Union enabled over two hun-
dred guests to be. placed, in homes
throughout the, city.
League Asks Women to Pay Pledges
All women° who have not made the
initial payment on their pledge to the
University League are asked to do so)
by May 25th. Checks should be sent
to Mrs. H. J. Goulding, treasurer of
the Alumnae council, at 719 Arbor
street. The treasurer's books will be
turned over to the auditor on May
25th.

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BCEfi T LYTELI

TODAY AND THURSDAY

i

The Story

of

a Phantom Fear!

"T he Face Between,
I FEATURING

0

he committee reports
elections for class offi-
3r's freshman .class will
ittee for next year's
ad and a social commit-
s sophomore class will
tan and committee for
aior Girls' play, a chair-
inior advisor's commit-
ial committe. Juniors,
id freshment 'will each
girls for the judiciary

SHOWING

[NURSERY
CEMENT WEEK

Miss Henrietta Scranton, social di-
rector of Adelia Cheever dormitory,
and the residents of that house have
recently established a scholarship
fund which is to be used by future
Adelia Cheever girls to aid them in
securing college educations. Profes-
sor Lucy Salmon, a member of the
history department at Vassar, has con-
tributed $10 to the fund because. she
is interested in this work which the
girls of the dormitory are doing.
The Adelia Cheever girls have re-
cently added $50 to the Michigan.
League campaign fund which they
earned by selling an especially fine
cold cream made by themselves from
an old recipe. They will continue to
make and sell this cold cream. Orders
for it may beq placed with any member
of the house. The cream is 50 cent's
a jar.
NORTH WESi ERN
N

7:00
8:30

3:30

Romance, mystery, love and clothes. The theme of the
story is one of universal interest. How many men's love
affairs have been robbed of their happiness by the inter-
vention of the Vision of a girl other than the one they love,
and' one whom they have wronged.
ADDED
"CHEERFUL CREDIT"
IT'S JAM FULL OF LAUGHS WITHOUT CASH

PRICES
M ATINEE
25e
EVENINGS
25c-35c
. KIDDIES
1Oc

he Ann Arbor Uni-
ub have decided to
ry during commence-
he benefit of visiting
rguests and to con-
raised to the Michi-
iaign fund. The plans
Mete but the commit-
ands to keep one girl
ni Memorial hall, the
ion for alumni, who
of all children and
taken to Betsy Bar-
the care of a com-
vill amuse them dur-
their parents are at-
'Ius commencement

I

'24E NOTICE
Freshman Engineers areq re-
quested to pay class dues today
in front of assembly room.

FRIDAY SHIRLEY MASON IN "JACKIE" FRIDAY
Coming-Walla Reid in "Across The Conti

rtising for the University
,n League, 60 lantern slides
prepared which show all
s buildings, the site for the
of Michigan League and its
the new campus plan, and
ed buildings. These slides
le views of Ann Arbor and
es are for the use of Michi-
uae groups throughout the
ad may be had free of
the office of the Alumnae
Alumnae Memorial hall.
f Kalamazoo have asked for
the slides for a meeting
be held next week.

UNIVERSITY LAW SOHOOL
(The oldest Law School in Chicago)
Summer Term, Wednesday, June 21 to
Wednesday, August '23, 1922.
Fall Term, opens Monday, Sept. 25.
The Summer Faculty includes mem-
bers of the Supreme Courts of the fol-
lowing states: Colorado, South Caro-
lina, West Virginia and Illinois.
Requirements for Admission
Candidates for a degree. Proof of sat-
isfactory completion of three years of
college study.
Special Students. Proof of comple-
tion of four years of high school or
its equivalent.
Auditors. Members of the bar who
either cannot meet the above require-
ments or who do not ask for credit for
studies.
For, bulletins and detailed Informa-
tion, address Secretary of the Law
School, Northwestern University
Building,
31 West Lake Street,
Chicago, Ill.

MATINEE: 2:00--3:30
ADULTS-25c
KIDDIES-10c

EVENING: 7:00-8:
ADULTS-35c
KIDDIE S-10c

Hughes

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L LAST TIM E TODAY

MARRIAGE-

IS IT REALLY, THE.
GREATEST BUNCO

AND THEN-
THEY STARTED ON
THE GREAT HIGH-
WAY-MUCH TRAV-
ELLED, BUT EVER
NEW, THE ROCKY
ROAD TO WEDDED

GAME IN THE

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WORLD?

Something New Under the Sung

22 Straw Hats

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THE ALARM CLOCK
AND THE WATCH-
ARE THEY TWO OF
THE WORST ENE-
MIES OF LOVE?

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BLISS.

This brilliant picture is a

tillating story of

Distinctive,
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married life.

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Wadhams & Co.

Dangerous
COMEDY

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State St. - Main St.

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