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December 10, 1922 - Image 15

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COUNCIL DISCUSSES 1
Decide On Equal Division of Money
Raised by Undergraduates
This Year.
ENDOWMENT DRIVE TO START

booth stationed in the library in order
L gto increase the sales and get the
ichigan League cards-to all of the campus.
Members of Chi Omega increased
their quota for the League by $80 when
Alumni Memorial hall ointljy with the they gave a series of two bridge teas.
judiciary board of the Women's league. the week end of the Wisconsin game.
At the final meeting, Miss Fandira Another bridge tea given by mem-
Crocker, legislative chairman, arn d bers of Alnha Omicron Pi netted a sum
Miss Max Winkler, membership chair- total of $25.
man, presented their reports. This
was the first meeting of the enlargedC "
executive board, which will meet ristnas Bazaar
again in 'January, at the time of the Ends With Dance
Alumnae council meeting. E
At the joint meeting of the Alumnae i . .h
board and the League directors, the -Christmas spirit and enthusiasm,
matter of a satisfactory adjustment received an added impetus Friday and

campus and their wives attended the library and at the League booth in sorority conducted last week, it is Recent fiction and books of historical
dance as patrons and patronesses. Ken- University hall. known that a large number of books 'value constituted the remainder of the
nedy's orchestra supplied the music.- were soud and that or~lers for any sale. During the afternoon hours tea
Miriam Reid, '23, was the chairman K1APPA DELTA ROOK SALES incre were taken. For every book was served.
in charge of the general bazaar ar- II EJD INCREASE LEAGUE FUND sold in this manner the sorority re-
rangements. aceived 20 per cent of the cost, which Iilsudski Says Goodbye
While no definite report has as yet were given to the League. \Xarsaw, Dee. 8.-Marshal Pilsud-
been given out as to the exact amount Childron's books. were particularly who has declined to run for pres-
LO RNA DO0ONE V Thid"n''bok prtcua
which was made at the book sale inO<land g a gift editions of mode n id ent bade farewell to the diplomatic
BE HERE 'THIS WE EK I1which members of the Kappa Delta dram,. am:. poetry also proved popular. corps

IN J.ALL ACCORDING TO PLAN of obligations between the campus and Saturday when the Women's League
the alumnae was discussed .t length. inc o-operation with several Ann Ar-

With $61,850 already paid on the It was agreed that the rst $,000, net,
graised on the campus, would go to-
pledges toward the $250,000 which is!wrdthde campaign expenses; the sec-
to be the endowment fund of the ond $3,000 would go toward the build
University of Michigan League, the ing fund, and that any money raised
alumnae and women of the campus over and above this amount would be
have set June 1, 1923, as the limit dividsd cually between the two funds.
of time they will allow themselves to Because manyr of the Alumnae asso-1
ciations are still in the process of,
raise the $188,150 still to be secured organization, and though many of the
before that fund is completed. Withldrgron, ave ma nof thei
this sum secured, the intention is to older groups have made neron;
start the active campaign for the pledges, no definite figures are yet
$750,000 building fund in the early available, according to M's. Vanden-
fall. To secure the sum necessary berg's report.
to complete the endowment fund Ont thing the board is especially an-'
means, however, that an average of xious to burn deep into the heart and
$31,326 must be raised in each of the mind of (very girl on the campus, is-
sir months intervening before June 1. this: That during the period of rais-
At the meeting of the executive 1 ing money, whether for campaign ex-
board of the Alumnae council, held Ifpenses or the building fund, it is im-i
Nov. 21 'to 25, at the home of Mrs. I portant to keep in mind the purpose,
H. C. Adams, executive secretary of which the building should serve an Id
the board, reports were presented and constantly to endeavor to preserve the
a. large amount of routine business educational ide~al. The executive board
was accomplished. The nmatter of an has gone on record as deprecating
office director was discussed at length. undue pressure on any undergraduate s
The woman the board is looking for for either time or money, which, how-
must be amply lualified to assume ever loyal that undergraduate might
the administration of the offiee, pre be, she felt it impossible at any time
paration for the- ampaign, with spe- to contribute to the work.
vial attention to the organization of ~~~~~~-~~-~
new groups at strategic points, pre- Indivi+dal Quotas
parati6n-of lists and location of alum-
nae, strengthening groups already Raised By HousesI
formed, and preparation of material
for the formal- launcring of the cam- ,
paign for gifts, in the fall of 1923. Several enterprises which have been1
At this meeting the follo~ring women inaugurated since fall have proved a
were present: Mrs. Edward Pomeroy, source of financial help to the Michi-
chairman, of Chicago; Mrs. H. C. gan League. The sale of Christmas1
Adams, executive secretary; Mrs. Her- cards by residents of Betsy Barouri
bert Goulding, treasurer; Miss Caro- house during the last three weeks has
line Pattengill, and Mrs. Arthur Van- netted more than $200 to the general
denberg, of Grand Rapids. The ses- funds. Residence halls,-sorority and-
sion of the second day was held in League houses were canvassed and a

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bor churches gave its usial annual
bazaar. Christmas gifts of all kinds,
made and donated by the University
women were sold at this time. Ar-
ticles on sale included a varied as-
sortment of ancy work and art gifts,
Hone made cakes and cookies, pies,
jellies anal jams were sold by the
churche.
Several novel ideas were carried out
in the soap booth and in the p~arcels
post booth.
An Oriental tea room with food
served by maids in full bloomered Or-
iental costume added to the cheerful
atmosphere of the fair. Here tea and
little cakes as well as sandwiches, cof-
fee, and ice cream and ices were
served during. the afterxioon and even-
ings. Regular lunchron menus were
prOvided each noon and a chicken din-
ner was served both Friday and last
evening b ylt) Catho6icrGuildi M
-Friday night, memlbers of the Mulm-
ners presented the Christmas llay,
"Dust olf thte Road" in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. With a setting in the
middle west and the. tra.mp who em-
bodied the spirit of Christ, a Christ-
mas atmosphere was diffused over the
entire place. The play was directed
by Dorothy Jeffries, '24, while in the
cast were Phyllis Delf, '24, who took
the part of the tramp; Dorothy Mc-
Parlen, '25; Madeline McGurk, '24.
and Marian Munz, '24. An admission
Price of tn cents was charged for the
play
Last -night a dance was given in con-
ncetion with the bazaar in Waterman
gymnasiuin: Booths were arranged
around the sides of the hall by the
sororities on the campus and were

Tickets are now being sold by the-
residents of the Martha Cook home
for the movie "Lorna Doone" which
is to be given at the Majestic theatre
December 13th to 16th for the benefit
of the University of Michigan League.
Madge Bellamy, John Bowers and
Frank Keenan are featured in "Lorna
Doone" which is said to be an excep-
tionally interesting adaption of the
well known seventeenth century rom-
ance.
Tickets, which are 35 cents each for
both the matinee and evening per-
[ormces may' be obtained from any
resident of Martha Cook and in addi-
tion they will be sold on nert Ties-
day and Wednesday at the booth in the

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