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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

CHIGAN WOMEN PLAN BUILD]

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FERRED BY LACK
NIZATION TO BE CALLED
NIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
LEAGUE
GOAL AT $1,000,000;
IIN CAMPAIGN OCT.28
iae Council Report Shows Total
'f $12,881 Now on Hand for
Building
By Katherine Montgomery)
nnae and undergraduate women
University of Michigan are

definitely accepted and are being used
merely as a working basis. The thing
under consideration at present is the
location of the building and this de-
pends largely on the University build-
ing plan.
Plans Complete
Ptovision has been made in the
plans, which have been submitted by
Pond and Pond, for a kitchenette, club
rooms for women's organizations, com-
mittee and dining rooms, and an as-
sembly room which will accomodate
from 600 to 700 couples dancing, or
will seat more than 1000 within sound
of a speaker's voice. More than 1700
persons can be served at one time from
the kitchen and serving rooms.
The lounge and conservatory with
the intervening corridor will offer a'
gathering place for women while the
reading room above will give a quiet'
place for study. Offices for social and
business administration will be on the
first floor while offices for clerks and
stenographers will be in the basement

Women Went After Gym In 1896---
And Got It; Now The League Plans
New Home And Needs Assistance

(By Marion Kerr).
Did you ever see a girl walk into
Waterman gymnasium with her gym
bloomers under her arm?
Well, you ought to have been here
back in 1896 when the girls "didn't
have no gym 'r nuthin' o' their own."
They took all their weekly, or weakly,
calesthenics right down where the boys
did, only at different times, of course,
and lots of times the poor girls could-
nt get into their lockers after gym
class, and they'd be scared for fear-
well, for fear they wouldn't get out
in time. A lady told me one time that
she couldn't get her locker open at all
and had to go all the way home in her
gym bloomers. It was cold, too, that
day, she met a lot of people on the
way home she didn't want to meet.
All in all the girls had a pretty hard
time.
Women Rise
But' by and by they raised a riot,
credit in the University will be eligible
for membership and any woman now
enrolled may sign the pledge and upon
payment of the first installment of $10
in February, when thenecessary 15
hours of credit have been earned, will
receive her membership.
The Alumnae Council has made a

removed the curls from the front of
their ears, dropped their crochet work
and started in.
They'd build themselves a little gym
all their own where they could take
all the calesthenics they wanted to,
every single week, they wouldn't have
to have all their parties in the land-
lady's parlor where the claw legged
davenport.jhad tufts of hair protruding.
They wanted a place where they could
do some minuets and things that girls
did then.
"Not Much Money"
They didn't have any money to start
on but that was all right. They had
pleity of bright ideas and other people
had the money-and a fair exchange is
no-robbery.
It wys a fair exchange all right-a
dance, and 1896, divided by four,
meant leap year. The treat was on
the girls. They spread out their dear
(Continued on Page Nine)
report showing a.'otal of $12,881.20,
cash and pledges, now on hand for
the proposed building of which Mrs.
Charles Baird made a subscription of
$500 and Betty tarabee one of $250.
Women of the class of '22 enlarged the
fund by $800, the result of last years
Junior Girls play, "Selina Sue."

REFRESHMENTS IN
U HALL, NEW PLAN
Hot dog! doughnuts, hamburgers,
lemonade, pop, peppermints, and
chocolate in sticks, bars, drops, or
nice fat squares, the kind your old
girl used to make you on Sunday
nights.
Sounds like a circus in the fifth di-
mension,, doesn't it? Or a small boy's
dream, or the orphan asylum's idea of
Christmas. You're all wrong, it's bet-
ter'n that. There's going to be a bulg-
ing booth perpetually full of susten-
ance for that 9 o'clock starvation peri-
od-or, why limit the period to 9 o'-
clock.
The booth will be placed in Uni-
versity hall, in the women's room and
beginning within the next few weeks
will dispense with the above mention-
ed goodies, and others as per request.
It is expected that the booth will
not only add to that 8 o'clock attend-
ance but will relieve acute pains gen-
erally felt by the breakfastless during
the 11 o'clock session.
Men will be cordially welcomed in
the invitation to partake of said sus-
tenance and for that purpose may,
grace the women's room. The booth
is another device for acquiring money
for the new Women's League campaign.'

Start Drive For
Womens Building
With Big Bazaar
Hey, everybody, c'mon over! We're
gonna have a big time in a couple o'
weeks. Remember all the pecks of
popcorn balls and peppermint drops
and great big pieces of fudge you
used to get at the church bazaar, to-
gether with all those fancy-work pil-
low cases and crocheted yokes and
things you gave away for Christmas
that you never had time to make and
wanted people to think you did? The
whole big "shebang" with real, hon-
est-to-goodness plays and a great big
auction, too, and lots of other nice
little things, sare booked for the Wo-
men's League parlours Friday and
Saturday, Dec. 9 and 10.
The bazaar wil open Friday after-
noon, and will close Saturday even-
ing with a big auction, where you
may be able to buy some of the things
you couldn't afford to own before.
The general, admission of 10 cents
will be turned over to the Women's
League building fund. Women's
League booths will have popcorn balls
and candy, Ann Arbor churches will
combine to furnish fancy work booths

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(N fwR THE WO nAr! StrnJ.L AT Tit UNf.thSrY fo ChIGAK AT AN 4 ARBO1R ?JIS'O, AR<MlFCTJ CMICIJ
aterior view of the proposed Un iversity of Michigan League Building.
omens League inaugurates a dr ive for $1,000,000 for the erection of
gilding next week.

ing plans to materialize the
s for a women's building which
ake a "home for Michigan wo-
-erywhere" just as the dreams of
an men were brought into con-
form in the Michigan Union.
ive plans for the University of
an League, as the new building
known, have been sketched by
and Pond, Chicago, architects
e Union and for Martha Cook
g. These plans have not been

which has been arranged to provide
for a cafeteria, beauty parlor, and pos-
sibly a bowling alley.
Drive Opens Oct. 28
Oct. 28 the drive for life member-
ship in the University of Michigan
League the goal of which is $1,000,000,
will be started at the first afternoon
party of the League. It is hoped that
President Marion L. Burton will speak
at this meeting in Hill Auditorium. Any
women who has earned 15 hours of

HOME FOR MICHIGAN WOMEN EVERYWHERE
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View in the court of the proposed University of Michigan League Build-
ing. Plans call for club, committee and lounging rooms, an immense dining
room with a service capacity of 1700 p ersons, and other features similar to
the Union building.

MARIE SCHANZ
COSTUME DESIGNER

REPAIRING AND REMODELING

Evening Gowns

a Specialty

306 S. State St. (2nd floor)

Phone 1090-J

DING

BREECHES

We are headquarters for Sport, Hiking and Riding Togs

Ladies and Men, also Riding Habits for Ladies.

A large

to select from in Khaki, Whipcord, Corduroy,

D., Serge, etc.

Sport Hobe, Leather and Wrap Puttees.

YES, VERA IS MY GIRL

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HUNTING COATS
BREECHES

High-Top Shoes, Munson Army and Dress
Shoes, Rubber Boots in Slicker, Knee, Sport
and Hip styles. Rain Coats, Cravenetts,
Slickers, Mackinaws, Overcoats, etc.
We have the Reg. 0. D. Wool Army Shirts,
also Dress Shirts, Underwear, all kinds of
Hosiery and Auto Gloves at less than reg-
ular price.
STEAMER RUGS
Also best assortment of Auto Robes and
Army Blankets priced up from $2.50.

But somehow we always disagree.
If I want to dance she wants to go to
the show. If I want to go to the show
she is sure to want to go canoeing.

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Pump*kin Pies
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YOU WILL ENJOY
THE GAME
better if you eat a good
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old-fashioned dinner at
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NOTE:-We serve breakfasts also.
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kn fact there isn't

a single

thing

that we agree on.

Well, no - I can't

TOM WYE

COATS

say that either. There is one thing.
We both think that the best place in

Also sweaters for Ladies, Gents and Chil-
dren.
It wil pay you to get our prices
GILLETTE RAZORS WITH SIX BLADES
IN HANDY CASE AT $1.25

town to eat is at

urplus Supply Store
213H N. Fourth Ave.'

Flowers Restaurant
32 STEPS FROM STATE STREET
But then, everybody agrees to that.

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4OME COMING DAY.....

Meet your old
friends at

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