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FUND DRIVE WIL
B ICMPETITIYE
Every Mlichigan W man Asked to Give
or Get $50 For Life Mem-
bership
TEAM CAPTAINS WWILM
CANVASS ALL WO)MEN
Competit in in securing the great-
est number of life subscriptions in
the University of Michigan League I

"Baby" Legislator
Actwe In Lobby
For Equal Rights

Y.1 W DELEGATES LEAVE
FOR NATIONAL MEETING

during the undergraduate campaign
April 29 to May 9, will be furnished
by the dormitories, sororities, and or-
ganized League houses.
A record will be kept according to
houses and the names of the houses
published when 50 per cent of theJ
members have taken out life subscrip-
tions. This list will be revised daily.
Mass Meeting Tuesday
The undergraduate campaign will be
definitely launched at the mass meet-
ing of all University women to be held
at 4 o'clock Tuesday in Sarah Cas-,
well Angell. hall when President Mlar-.
ion L. Burton will speak. Every wo-
man on the campus who has not al-
ready taken out a life membership
will receive a letter explaining the,
campaign, in full on Tuesday. Posters
explaining the need for the League
building and the responsibility of the
members of the League were sent to
all organizd houses yesterday.
The price of the life membership is
$50 which every woman is asked to
"give' or "get." Everyone will be urg-
ed to make the first- payment when
signing up, but pledges for the amountr
will also be received during the cam-j
paign. Those who have already taken
out life memberships will be sent at
yellow and blue button bearing the
motto "Michigan League for Michigant
Women Everywhere" which they will
wear from the beginning of the cam-+
paign. Buttons will be given to all
who pledge between April 29 and May
9,

SEVEN WOMEN WILL REPRESENT
UNIVERSITY AT NEW YORK
CONVENTION
Delegates from the University leave
this morning for New York City, to at-
tend the annual National Y. W. C. A.
convention, which will continue until
May 7. The delegates are Mrs. Carl
Huber, advisory member; Miss Mary
Ross, general secretary; Dorothy Jef-
frey, '24, president; Claribel Bowen,
'24, senior delegate; Jane Gibson, '25,
junior representative; Mary Tyler
Louthan, '26, sophomore representa-
tive, and Jane Williams, of the nurses'
Y. W. C. A.
The delegates will spend a day and
a half at Washington, D. C. and from
there will go to New York City, where
'the convention meetings will be held.
An extensive program for the enter-
tainment of all delegates has been ar-
ranged by women of New York, con-
sisting of sight seeing trips, recep-
tions and parties.
SURPRISE YOUR FOLKS-CORN
MUFFINS AND MAPELEINE SY-
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N.cs A. A. OFFERS CS
PRII ZES IN- CONTEST
Mummers' dramatic society will hold
spring tryouts from 3 to 6 o'clock to- Cash prizes of $5, $4, $3 and $1 will
day and tomorrow in Sarah Caswell jIbe awarded to the four winners of the
Angell hall. All University women are Lantern night poster contest which is
invited to try out. being conducted under the auspices
of the Women's Athletic association.
All women taking part in the first The contest will close Wednesday,
act of the Senior Girls' play, "If I April 30.
Every Michigan woman is eligible
Were King," are asked to rehearse at to enter in the competition. The only
7 o'clock tomorrow at Sarah Caswell requirements are: Size of the poster
Angell hall. E
An_____'must be 18 by 24. inches. The lettering
should be as follows: "W. A. A. pre-
A joint meeting of the board of rep- I sents pageant and lantern night-May
resentatives and the board of directors 20. 4-8:30." There are no restrictions
of the Women's League will be held as to the number of colors used in the
at 10 o'clock tomorrow in Barbour poste,:.
gymnasium. All of the submitted posters will be
used for display and advertising pur-
The names of the women and the poses.
groups in which they are to practice Prof. Emil Loreb, Prof. Alfred G.
for the Freshman Pageant will be Pelikan and Prof. Herbert A. Fowler,
posted on the athletic bulletin board of the architectural school, will judge
in 'Barbour gymnasium, M tday. he posters.

Student League Bolds Meeting
Student League of Matinee Musicale
held a meeting of the combined groups
of the organization yesterday after-
noon at Betsy Barbour house. Follow-
ing the business meeting a program of
violin, voice, and piano selections was
presented, in which the following
members took part: Pauline Kaiser,
S.ofM., Frances Mertens, S.ofM., Ger-
trude Friedrick, S.ofM., Margaret
Strauss, S.ofM., and Alice Manderbach,
'26.

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CRITICISES SMOKING
Mrs. Curtis D. Wilbur, wife of the
new secretary of the navy, says, "Girls
smoke because they think it is smart!
No one wants to start smoking. I
suppose girls do foolish things like
that because they say everybody else
does it, but that's no reason. It's
such a poor excuse WNhy can't girls
be a little different? Why should they
follow like sheep every silley fad that
comes along?'

Lii
Myr'tle Cain
Miss Myrtle Cain, Farmer-Labor
member of the Minnesota legislature
and the youngest woman legislator in
the country, is in Washington lobby-
ing for the equal rights amenIdment to
the constitution put forward by theI
National Women's party.

Women ndorse Coolidge Attitude
Buffalo, April 24.-President, Cool-
idge's reindorsement of the permanent'
court of international relations in his
address at the annual luncheon of the j
Associated Press in New York Tuesday"
was commended by the board of di-
rectors of the National League of Wo-
men Voters at its pre-convention ses-j
sion yesterday.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv.

Hardy Garden Lilies
We have a shipment of Hardy
CGarden Lilies from Japan.
There are' three varieties. The
Gold Banded Lily, The Ruby
Lily and Magnificum, the rose
and pink spotted lily. This is
the only season of the year when
these may be had. Bulbsxshould
be planted now. They flower in
August. We also have Caladi-
ums or Elephant Ears,B annas,
Gladiolus, Phlox, Iris, Bleeding
Heart, Peonies and 'a large line
of Hardy Perennial Plants..
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Cor. Washington & Fifth

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Ginger Ale, haslf
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in groups this w.eek to receive their
instructions. They will solicit twelve
individuals making a daily report
the central committee. Two new mni-.
hers, Margaret Effinger, '26, a d Marie
Mertz, '24Ed, have been added to the
central committee:
Atlanta, Ga., April 24.-Eight dole-
.ates at large, to the Democratic na-

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