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metroit Dinner Will Mark Opening
of $1,000,000fi ulding Fund
r Drive
BANQUETS WILL ALSO BE
BE, HELD IN OTHER CITIES
More than 1,000 Michigan alumnae,
together with the men who will assist
in carrying on the national campaign
of $1,000,000 for the University of
Michigan League Building and 4IEn-
dowment fund, are to attend the ban-
quet which is to be held at the Hotel
Statler in Detroit this evening, to
mark the opening of the national
drive; tire drive will continue through-
out the month of May.
At this banquet President Marion L.
Burton, honorary chairman, and Miss
Jean Hamilton, actin ohairman, of
the national campaign committee, will
sIeak. - President. Burton's address,
licluding an announcement of the re-
stilts of the campaign which has re-
cbhtly been completed by the under-
gduates, together with a program
gives by the University of Michigan
Gle club, will be broadcast from the
Stotler ballroom by Station WWJ be-
tween 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock, eastern
standard time.
Mrs. Frederick P. Jordan, E. D.
Calkins, manager of the campaign at
Detroit, Miss Natalie Murphy and
Helen Delbridge, '24, are to speak at
the Ann Arbor dinner which will
take place at 6 o'clock in the ladies
dining room at the Union. This func-
tion is open to every woman who has
registered in any department of the
University. Reservations may be made
for it by calling Mrs. M. -E. Williams
at University 197, before this noon.
The local banquet will be presided
over by Mrs. Julius 0. Schlotterbeck.
Large groups will also gather at
dinners in Bay City, Battle Creek,
Lansing,. Jackson, Kalamazoo, Port
Hunron, Grand Rapids, New York, Chi-
cago, Buffalo, Washington, D. C., Bos-
ton, Philadelphia Pittsburg, Cincin-
nati, Toledo, Cleveland, Minneapolis,
Kansas City, Mo., St. Louis, Indianapo-
lis, Denver, Portland, Ore., and Los
Angeles, and representatives from the
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faculty of the University are to speak1
concerning the League project, at,
most of these cities. It is planned
that similar banquets are to be held
in every city .of every 'state and inl
every country of the world whereI
there are five or more Michigan wom-
en.
Those members of the faculty who
will address the groups of alumnae atj
various cities include Prof. William
H. Hobbs at Indianapolis, Prof. Lo}is,
A. Strauss at Pontiac, Prof. Kemp.
Keena at Buffalo, Prof. William A.
Frayer at Mt. Pleasant, Prof. 0. J.1
Campbellat Monroe, Sec. Shirley .
Smith and Dr. G. Carl Huber at Jack-
son, Dean John R. Effinger at Minne-
apolis, Dean Allen S. Whitney at Yp'-
lanti and Dean Wilbur R. Humphreys.
at Toledo.
Nation-wide solicitation foi' the
League building fund will start Mon-
dafy morning and the organization
which is to carry the campaign for-
ward is now practically completed.
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DRAMA
(Continued from Page Two)
And in addition to its restful con-
O ventionality "Daddy Long-Legs" has
a thoroughly delightful first and
Broinley, Named Head Of Conmiitlees fourth acts, one because of the or-
For .Next Year's Union phans-I have seen the rehearsals, and
Production I know-and the other because of its

final love scene. Both of them, on
my honor, will turn your reputable,
but very cynical, soul into a very
dishrag of happy satisfaction.
The performance, in conclusion-
and there must be a conclusion to
drag you back to facts-will be pre-
sented Thursday evening, May 15 in-
but you know where.

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HAS BEEN ACTiVE WORKER,
IN DRAMATICS FOR 3 YEARS
John Bromley, '25, has been named
general chairman of the committees
which are to have charge of next
year's Union opera.
Bromley has been an active worker
in Union dramatic activities .4nce
his entrance in the University, having
taken part in two Union productions
and Minutes activities in general.
Last year Bromley worked in "The
Thirteenth Chair".as stage manager,
and since then has actively continued
in the work. This year he was chair-
man of one of the committees which
had charge of the opera. He is a
member of Mimes dramatic society and
succeeds William Kratz, '24E, this
year's head of opera activities. Ap-
pointment of the committees to work
under him are to be made shortly.
The committee on committees of the
Union, consisting of the president of
the Union, the president of Mimes, the
general manager of the Union, the
general chairman -of the opera com-
mittees, and a representative chosen
from- Mimes, chose Bromley for the
general chairmanship of the opera l
committees, and will aid him in the
selection of the chairmen over whom
he will work.
Frank B. Gilbreath, managem~qnt
engineer, spoke yesterday in room
348, Engineering building, to engin-
eering students and students in man-
agement, upon "The One Best Way to
Work."

WASHINGTON

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WALTER HEIRS IN
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Presenting
SATURDAY
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An entire change of program
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
THE ORIGINAL
FREDERICK'S SCHOOL DAYS
Every Show a Laugh A Minute
SINGING-DANCIN -GC0E)DY
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Junior engineers decided to holdl
their banquet Tuesday night in the
Union assembly hall 'at the class
meeting held yesterday morning. It
was announced that Prof. E. E. Day,
of the economics department, and Col.
H. W. Miller, of the drawing depart-
ment, will be the speakers. Leo A.
Cannon, '25E, is general chairman of,
the affair.
Stewart R. Hulse, '25E, was named
as the class representative on the
engineer honor committee to replace
Edward Fox, '25E, class president.
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