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November 12, 1922 - Image 10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, N

.UE

STARTS

MEMBERSHIP

DRIVE NY THEATRE

TONIGHT

TEAMS ORGANIZED
-FORLIE RIEE
TO START MONDAYa
-SORORITY, DORNITORY,'LEAGUE
HOUSE DISTRICTS TO BE .
CANVASSED
PLEDGES TO BE GIVEN
YELLOW TAGS TOWEAR
EWll . iro'T Iga Chart

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"LosAngeles Michigan Gaily"
Published By Alumni In West
"The Los Angeles Michigan Gaily" ( During ,Mrs. Holbrook's western
ia the name of the official publication trip, the following groups were vislted:
of the Michigan Alumni association Bllings, Mont., Missoula, Mont., Se-
attle,.Wash., Tacoma, Wash.,,Spokane,
of Southern California, a copy of which Wash., Eugene, Ore., Los Angeles,
has been received recently at the Pasadena, Cal., Salt Lake City, Denver,
Alumnae council office. It is a four page Col., Kansas City, Mo., St. Louis, Chi-
sheet, maize and blue In color. The cago, and Columbia, Mo.
"Gaily," which is not yet a year old, While 'many of these groups have
is edited by Arthur G. Browne, '0-. just been organized, results. of Mrs.
The issue received, number 5 of Vol- Holbrook's trip are being shown a1-
ume 1, contains a two column account ready by the fact that life member-
of the visit to, Los Angeles of. Mrsi. -chip pledgos to the University of .Mich-
Evans Holbrook, chairmansof group igan league are being -continually re-
organization of the Women's League. ceived at the office.
A luncheon was held at the new
University club on Monday,..-Septem- LEAGUE RECEIVES PROCEEDS
ber 18th, at which Mrs. Holbrook spoke'- FROM DANVE AT BARBOUR GYM

UNITED STATES AND WEXICO
DROP FREE ZONE PROJECT
Mexico City, Nov. 11.-The American
Chamber of Comme.rce of Mexico .is
authority for the statement that both
Mexico and the U ited 'States have
dropped the.free. zone idea for the pre-:
'set, -athough several months ago
there. appeared to beaenthusiasm :for
the project.
"The United States turned -i-ts back'
on the seheme deliberately by cutting
out o fthe tariff bill just :passed the
free zone provisions," says a recent
issue of the Chamber Bulletin, "and.

Mexico is killing the plan here by ig-
noring it."
Tickets On Sale For Bridge Party
Tickets were placed on sale last
week at th booth in University hall
for the bridge tea which Chi Omega is
giving from 4 to 6 o'clock on Nov. 24
and 25 at its house on Washtenaw.
The proceeds from the party will be
turned over to the Women's League.
Bath men and women are invited.
Kennedy's ten piece orchestra at Joe
Parker's Cafe this evening.-Adv.

AuGUTUS PITLUpresent
4mericas' T-ost
x 'Ze11iftgt iComdrennej

DO YOU WANT TO FEEL DRESSED UP ?
ASK CENTRAL FOR 628 -

UOmiljLttee iir u ECu xsarge
To Record Daily Progress
of Camplaigil
In order that the- life membership
drive -for the Women's league, which
opens tomorrow morning, may be a
most successful one, those in charge
of it have organized ten teams, with a
captain in charge of each one, to make
a hous to house canvas. The cam-
pus has been plotted out into sorority,
league house and dormitory districts
and each captain will be responsible
for a certain number of these. Yellow
tags will be given out to the girls
who subscribe during the next three
days and those who pledged member-
ship last year will receive blue ones.
Those who have made pledges but'
have not as yet paid for them are asked
-to do so as soon as possible. -
I -t is planned that a chart will be
erected in some -prominent place on'
the campus to indicate the progress
that is made from day to day and when
the drive has come, to a close a com-
parative list, showing the response of
the various houses will be made out.
Each house should strive for a one
hundred percent record.
There will- be booths both in the li-
brary and in West hall from Monday
until Wednesday where girls may sign
and pay their pledges.

in the interests of - the League. Both
Michigan women and wives cf Michi-
gan men were present. The "Gaily":
says, "Mrs. Holbrook spoke in.a clear:
and convincing way of the object of
the organization, with the result .that
all present had the conviction strongr
within them that the League building
Iwill be built within the live years al]-
lowed by the Regents of the Univer-.
sity of Michigan, a-nd that to work
for such a building as is proposed by
Michigan. alumnae, will be a privi-
lege and not a hardship."
At the close .of the meeting, Mrs..
Freleriek B. Close (Ada Murray;.Gil-
bert, '90) was made temporary group
chairman and Mrs. Louis C.Hill (Ger-
trude Rose, '89) ,secretary.
D~~d

Tell us you want it master-cleaned --?and
your suit will come back to you with a fresh-
ness that roust be seen 'to be appreciated.

Approximately $75 has been advanc-
ed to the Women's League as a result
of the dance given last Saturday night
by women of Waite .-Ball, University I
League house. Music for -the affair,
which was: held in Barbour gymnas-
-ium was furnished by Kennedy's -or-
chestra.. 'his is the -first 'of aseries
of afairs which will be given by the'
various Iague houses throughout the
winter for tbe purpose of raising mon-
ey -as thir respective contr.ibutions
for 'the camp'aign.

inBOOTM TARKINGTOWS qrn~iest Comrdea
THE BPILLIANT LAUGHING SUCCESS-OF THE SEASON.
SEATS RESERVED at $1.10, $1.65, $2.20 and $2.75 Phbne 480

THE ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS
204 East Washington Phone 628

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Martha Cook Works
To Augment Fund
Silk hosiery and, note book paper
are being sold by residents of Martha
Cook building as their contribution to
the Women's League campaign and
building funds.
The high price of silk hosiery since
the war has presented a serious prob-
lem to the University women. Mem-
bers of the dormitory have looked in-
to this matter and came to the con-
clusion that by getting the hosiery in
large orders and selling it for slightly
above the wholesale price, a saving
would be effected for the girls and it
would also help to increase the fund
which the dormitory is 1raising as its
contribution to the League for this
year . .
Sell Hosiery by the Box
The hose which Martha Cook is sell-
ing is manufactured by the RaiH Host-
ery company of Indianapolis and is
a fashioned hose of a high grade of
silk and is fully guaranteed. It comes
in six different shades including the
standard black and white and is sold
for the sum of $5.00 for four pairs.
Arrangemnts have been made
whereby several girls may club to-
gether in the purchase of a box. All
-the different sizes and colors may be
had in one box. Orders taken now will
be delivered in time for the Christmas
season. Those in charge of the sale
have announced that should the hose
be desired as Christmas gifts they
will be done up in holiday packages
oi request.
Gertrude Stratbucker, '23, is the
chairman in charge of the sale and
together with a corps of workers from
the Martha Cook building will make a
thorough canvas of all league houses,''
- sororities and residence halls on the
campus. Any persons who are not
reached in this way may get in touch +
with the chairman by calling 627.
'Note Book Paper Sold
Another project which theresidents
of this dormitory have instituted is the
selling of note book paper. The local
represntative of the Chicago Paper
. company has put the proposition be--
fore the girls whereby they may se-
cure the paper in all desirable sizes
and dispose of it at a nominal price,
thus further swelling their growing
fund for the League.
Martha Washington Candies. Fresh
every Friday. Tice's Drug Store. 117
S. Main.-Adv.

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