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THE MICHIGAN DAILY AG

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UNDER6RADUATES
WILL OPEN DRIVEl
.niversity of Michigan League Will
Conduct Intensive Campaign
April 29 to May 9
MISS ANNA LLOYD HEADS
STUDENT DRIVE COMMITTEE
Undergraduate support of the Un-
iversity of Michigan League building
will be secured indan intensive drive,
for funds to be held April 29 to May 9,
according to Miss Anna M. Lloyd, '18,1
chairman of the student campaign;
committee. The drive among the wo-
men students of the University will
be the only one in which the under-,
graduates are asked to participate
and is planned to serve as an impetus
to the alumnae drive which will fol-
low soon after.
Every woman on the campus will be
asked to give, or get in some way, the
sum of $50 which is equivalent to a
student life membership in the Uni-
versity of Michigan League. Seniors,
jtaniors, and sophomores who take
out memberships will be allowed three
years in which to pay them, while
freshmen have four. The opportun-
ity to secure memberships at $50 will
not be open to alumnae. More than
400 life memberships have already
been taken out by the women of the
University. .
The organization of the studentl
campaign is under the direction of a
general student committee of which
Mis.3 Lloyd is chairman and Miss Na-
talie Murphy, '15, vice-chairman. The
student members include representa-
tives from all of the dormitories, sor-1
oities, League houses, and the board!
of directors of the Women's League.
At a meeting of the general commit-I
tee held last Tuesday in Barbour gyni-
nasium, the general committee chose
a central committee of 12 members
which will be in charge of the active
'work of the drive. During the drive
each member of the central committee
will be responsible for 12 team cap-
tains who will be chosen according to
geographical.divisions. Each captain
in turn will have 10 members to in-

S7. The posters should be taken to All members of the carnival chor-
Sthe physical educatinoffice in usBar- us of the Jnaor Grls'piay are ask- GARRICK
bou gynasum efoe Aril30.ed o snd$3, frhircostumes, to
They will be judged on May 1, by Lilias Kendall, 545 South Division The Diistigui
Prof. Emil Lorch', Prof. Alfred (G. treet, before spring vacation. IDE WOIl
Pelikan and Mr. Herbert A. Fowler. _In The Great A
All posters will be used and the Delinquent signing-out slips for
teiview. A meeting to discuss ways of best one reproduced. March must be sent in to the office of ty J. C. 1Nugent
stimulating competition among the flRIT lNIT;the dean of women today. THlE 17
teams was held yesterday in Bar- New York Cast
flour gymnasium., ~ilfr i fl
hour gynasium TO P~tII~kr [D[ TfflRV jAll members of the lantern chorus I______
The central committee includes Dor- IU UNIN H iER TUVYN oticeses of the Junior Girls' play should see
othy Dunlap, '24, Esther Anderson, '25, June Knisley, 1204 Hill street, before
Mildred Kuenzel, '26, Mary Louise Jan , o 4 hi rends.
Coolidge, '27, members representing Sigma Delta Phi, national honorary Women who purchased maize vacation, about their refunds.
the dormitories; Margaret Anne Kee- dramatic and oratorical fraternity, blue stools used in the Junior Girls'!Iast eso td un
gan, '24, and Constance Clarke, '26, wiB hold a convention here today and play, are asked to call for theT im- epresentatives to Attend Council
representing the sororities; Helen tomorrow, April 11 and 12. It will be mediately, at Betsy arbour house. Representatives of the University Y.
King, '24, and Esther Trout, '26, from opened by a luncheon Friday noon. c. ta ouil toed ths
the Honor council of League houses; The object of the convention is to Mummers will hold spring tryouts abinet training council to be held this
Elizabeth Parrot, '26, and Ruth Rank. discuss general questions which have from 3 to 5 o'clock on Thursday and knd ay 2, silaent, '2, ne-
in, '26, from the board of directors of presented themselves to either local Friday, April 24 and 15. The place JDavis, '24, and Lillian Prance, '24.
the Women's League. chapters or the society as a whole. will be announced later. Dis, ,si n L of the work of local Y.
- A plan by which the various chapters Iicsino h wr flclY
Alnb hc hevroscatr W. C. A's and issues to be brought
may be more effectively organized and Due to spring vacation, the Tues-Iup at the coming convention, will be
co-operative will be particularly dis- day afternoon dramatic section of the taken up at the council.
The i r o Ile r cussed. Faculty Women's club will not meet
Several constitutional changes will this coming week. The next meeting It's +rua effielency to use Daily
Passes By be made at this time. Election of na- will be on April 29. Classifieds.-Adv.
tional officers will also be a featureE-
of the convention,
The mater has stuffed a pillow es- Miss Elizabeth Oakes on the faculty
pecially for us, to rest our weary at Rockford college, Rockford, Ill., na- Next 4
head. tional treasurer and secretary of the Sunda
-- organization, will be one of those at-
We don't know whether we can face tending. Miss Anne McGurk who is in " Lprsienvo"fttea ternt odKC OG
the family at Eacter or not, we've bad the public speaking department of the l n i et eK n
our hair shingled. Ann Arbor high school is national
president of the fraternity.G
Our next best tho't we were our!
brother masquerading last time lie saw
us so we are seriously considering
adopting a switch.
We do think it's horrid to coax us FOB POSTER C,
into the dental chair and everything - L
and then let the thing down with a
thump. The college walk has noth- Rules and specifications for the pos-
ing on that experience when it comes ter contest which is being conducted in HENRY KING'S Production of
to getting a jar at the base of the under the auspices of the Women's
brain. athletic association have been an-
-- nounced. All women interested in en-'IE
We wish the Library would adopt tering the competition are requested I A t1
some sort of magnetic attraction for to follow the regulations set forth by At the
overdue books that would draw them the association.
automatically back to the fold and ex The loster issto advertisetthegruaes,! A GREAT TRIBUTE TOIM "
elude our having to face the librarian freshman pageant and lantern nightA R T
when we ask for a charge account. to be held May 20, on Palmer Field. A GREAT ARTISTE BY' -
We're going to sleep so much when 24 Size of the poster is to be 18 by A GREAT CRITICN
We'regoingto slep2soinches.
we get home our family will think 3. Any number of colors may be "THERE" th t st MATINEE S
we've gohe in for hibernation. used.i oigo esae
4.'veegone iwiforlhibernatios.tusee.this season, nor was there anything 2-3:30
4. The following lettering is to be '
Announce Marriage used: "W. A. A. presentes pageant on the stage last season, to corn- 25c and 3c THE -
Announcement has been made of the aid lantern night-May 20, 4-8:30."' pare for one moment with the NIGHTS
marriage of Dorothy Louise Platt, : 5. The prizes are: Cash, $5, $4, $3, pathos, the suspense, the spectacu- 7-8:30 1 BACI
'27, of Glendale, Calif., to Alton Deane and $1. lar miagnificence and the gorgeous general Adnis-
Hobbs, '24M, of Ogdensburg, N. Y. 6. Any woman Jn the University finale of the picture which presents sien 5e I NOTRE
The wedding took place March 31. may compete. Lillian dish in "The White Sister."s
-Alan Dale in N. Y. AmericanReserve Seats

light$ Soo to S 2.601
Wed. and $1.50,
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