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28192 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

with the Alumnae council on Friday $36,238.46; outstanding pledges on
afternoon. The report of the League building endowment fund of the Uni-
showed that the first $3000 pledged at versity of Michigan League, $40,035;
the November meeting had already making a total of $76,273.46.
been paid, leaving a balance on hand.- -- -----_-- -____
Fra fnces Ames, '23, president of the
League, reported on the matter of a
l_ iversity of Michigan League pin,
Funds For Mlichigan Ieare E- but definite action was deferred to her
d n S1OW n- committee. Catherine Stafford, '24.
crease . , told of a booklet now being preparedI
____which will contain a history of theI
LEAGUE EXEVUTIVE IOAR League and its activities, the League Gymnasium classes will meet at
REPORTS PLEDIGE PAMIENT constitution, housing rules and fresh- their regular hours beginning with
4_ _man procedure in general. The book- the first day of the new semester.
With the arrival of the chairman, 'let will be sold for the benefit of the ---
Mrs. Edward D. Pomeroy, '96, of Chi- League. Presidents of league houses are re-
cago, on Thursday, the executive com- Announcement was made Frid v - quested to bring fees for the facultyI
mittee of the Alumnae council had its ening of the appointment by .ldge tea and names of faculty members to
first meeting since November, Mrs. Victor H. Lane, '78L, of the men's ad- the league rooms in University hall
Herbert J. Goulding, '98, treasurer visory committee, which will consist from 10 to 12 and from 4to 5:30!I
Mrs. Henry Carter Adams, '88, execu- of the following members: Dean Hen- c'clock on Monday, Tuesday, and Wed-
tive secretary, and Miss Caroline Pat- ry M. Bates, Prof. Evans Holbrook.nesday.
tengill, secretary, were lresent. William McKenzie of Chicago, and-
A report on the need of follow up iHarry'Buckley of Detroit. The coin- Due to the illness of Neva Lovewell,
work with the newly organized alum- mitee to investigate funds as collected '22, secretary of the undergraduate'
nae groups in the west was read by will be: Judge Lane, Harry Douglas campaign for the University of Mich-
Mrs. Evans Holbrook at the meeting and Robert A. Campbell, treasurer of igan league, all houses desiring infor-j
held Friday morning. Membership the University. mation or publicity concerning cam-
and building reports were given by Finances Total $76,)73.46 . paign activities are asked to call Dor-
Mrs. Winkler and Mrs. Julius 0. According to the report of Mrs. 'othy Bennetts at 2946-J. If any housesI
Schlotterbeck, respectively. Miss Adams, approximately 4000 Michigan desire to make dates for or receive
Helen Bates, chairman of a standing alumnae have been located as a result permission to give any benefit func.
committee, called the attention. of the of research work started by the ex-'l tion for the league campaign, they
members of the executive board to the ecutive office. The alumnae have been are asked to call Marian Weller at
idea of a temporary building to func- grouped according to towns, using ten 299-W.
tion in the interim before the Univer- as the unit number for an individual
sity of Michigan League building will group. Heart an.d lung examinations are
be completed. The suggestion is un- Mrs. Goulding reported the finan- required from all women who wish to
der consideration. cial condition of the Alumnae coun- play in the interhouse basketball
Chairnien Make Reports - cil at the meeting held yesterday tournament. The certificates of 'the
The League executive board met morning: balance on hand Jan. 20, examinations, also a list of all the
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players on every house team, are re-
quested to be left for Marianna Small-
ey in the office of Barbour gymnas-
ium.
All women who wish to take the
courses in playground' work or in aes-
thetic dancing for beginners as offer-
ed by the department of physical
education for next semester, are re-
quested to sign at once on the bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium. The
dancing course will be given at 8
o'clock on Monday and Wednesday
evenings in Barbour gymnasium.
ATHENA SOCIETY
ELECTS OFFICERS
Athena, women's literary society,
elected the following officers for the
coming semester: Lucile Welty, '23,
president; Florence Fuller, '25, vice-

tary, Rosalind Freund, treasurer; and
Selma Simonson, '23, parliamentarian.
In addition to the election of officers,
the club at its last meeting decided to
have a change in the type of program
followed. No date has been set for
tryouts next semester.
IMunimmage Sale to be Held for LeagueI
Repeating a success of last year, a
rummage sale will be held for the
benefit of the University of Michiga'
League early next semester. The sa&
will be' held under the management
of Helen Newberry Residence but wo-
men of the campus at large will form
the committee.
Second hand clothes will make ur
a large part of the sale. No date has
been set for the collection' of materials
but all women will be asked for con-
tributions.

PARENT-TEACHERS GET SHARP Sink Seeks Festival Artists
TO LECTURE HERE IN APRIL Charles A. Sink, secretary o
Prof. Dallas Lore Sharp, of Boston Scool of music, will leave ton
university, has been secured by the for New York City where he es
Parent-Teacher council of the city to to spend more than a week ;m
lecture in Ann Arbor Monday evening arrangements for securing l\May
April 2. val artists.

Prof. Sharp is head of the English
department at the University of Bos-
ton and is an author of note having
been for years a frequent contributor
to Harper's Magazine. Several of bj
!works on nature subjects and educa-
.ional metnods have been published.
and have met with great popularity.

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