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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'AMPAIGNerEXCEEDS

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JUOTA B1 -i105000
'ndergraduate Women Rsilse $60,300
In Michigan League Building
Drive
ENJORflS TOP PLEDG~E LISTf; ?
16 1101JSES SUBSCRIBE LIIT~i
Ten. thouasnd three dollars is the
un over subscribed by the women of
Jch~igan for the University of Michi-
an League building in the under-
aduate carapaign completed last
ight. The original quota wvas fifty
ousand dollars and the sum reach-
1sixty thousanid three hundred.
ehty five thousand dollars was'pre-
ously raised by the women through,
zaars, candy sales etc. Any women
ho was unable to take out a life
embership for fifty dollars will still
te an opportunity this week,. Al-
,ough this is not a final report the
uses which have reached 50 percent
d over are as follows:

Former Dean Talks ISENIORPLYRHASS
At Alumnae Dinner
PROGRSUSAS BRUMM
Rehearsals for the annual Senior,
F Girls' play. "If I Were King," by Jus-
tin McCarthy, which is to be given
on Friday, June 13, at the Whitney
theatire, are progressing well, accord-
ing to Professor John L. Brumm, who
is directing this production. Acts one
and two, are well under way, and in-I
tensive work on the last two acts is
to begin immediately.
Pamela Brown, chairman of the play,
ha~s made the following criticism con-
cerning rehearsals, however : "Mem-
bers of the cast .do not seem to realize
the great importance of attending all
of the practices, and this impairs the
Mrs. Frederick P. Jordan I advancement of the production more
than anything else can. Fines will be
Mrs. FrederickJ. Jordan, former i rigidly collected from those who are
absent, unless a legitimate excuse is
dean of women,\vhio recently returned1 provided,"
from a two-years' sojourn in Europe,. Rehearsals for the following we i
spoke to alumnae living in Ann Arbor will take place as scheduled: acts 3
who gathered to ,open the Michigan and ,4, at 7 o'clock tomorrow at New-
Leaue ampignlas niht t te !beryball; act 1, at 7x:30 o'clock
Leaue ampignlat nghtat heTuesday, in 'the. League, rooms of the
Union. gymnasium; act 2 at 4 o'clock Wed-

nesday at the League rooms; act l1m f fTV KALPPA PHI TO GIVE j New Pork, Mlay 10, (Bay AX
3 at 4 o'clock Thursday at Sarah 4,.b V HUV fhiM VI A DPTU T Carles F. , urpy,lae edx
+caeloelhl ;<c t4 ' Om vEAN T N ST Friday. The place of this re. r r r m____ amany Hall, left an estate va
h learsal will be announced later. aiEl IG 'Uill C at approximately $450,080.
rApplications for tickets will be re-I_ _~UeW~a otg io picture, isll e one --_-
ceived through the mail by Dorotlhyimtinpcurwl b n fthe1 .
deuce after ata Helen Newberirrei- Women,. oitthe caimpusthfrom oter features o~lf the entertainm~ent givenr
M a$2.he p ie5re0u t ieil j in w t he m m e s I e n s a and T u rday evenings at
$25,$2.00, U.50, and $1.00. 1!,,,tVs World Fellowsh;ip_ committee of Wesley hall, by' the members of the Ir________________
the niversity Y. WV. C. A. in holding Kappa Phi club. Two performances
PO .IAit AND .AT.HENA a',week-,cndi house party, May 15 and 16 will be given each, evening, one at 7 A rll mnembers of the Urnivorsity G
TO DEBATE TUESDAY; tCavanaugh:l Lake. Three cottages o'clock and one at 8:30 o'clock. In Glee club who are to take part in
have been, secured for the affair, as adition, a stunt, "The Plantation Me--Mothers' day progMram wNill rehear:
Vistos reinitd o ttndth fft wme ae lanig olttnd Makers", will be presented'. :80o',clock tod'ay at the Srchoc
Vistor ar initd= o aten th fts~ -cn ac paningto tted. Another feature of the affir is the Msc
second annual freshmen debate be-I Vr.ousBdod wh is n Black Cat inn, which will also be con-
twe h otaadAhn ieaychrge of the entertainment for the'I ducted at Wesley hall. Proceeds w:illtwethPoiandA eaLtrryl slnedapcalr-Cs
be useiofr tsea pro-aPhi cua I Costumes >for the PFreshman lpa-;
plannedispecialh1eiusedeforhthe Kappaoclub, must be ready for inspection 'Tue mMs alRfs
socitie whch illbe eldat O' ramci vens. rs.Car Ruusdent organization. Admission of x.25
clock Tuesday in University Hall. Thae ~s iron 1Bloodl, assistant dean of i ob hreafter noon.
subject for debate is "Resolved, that sv, and Miss Mary Ross, general___________
s ce cr;'o.te University Y. W. C.jMay :Allmembers; of the FreshmlanC
the United states should adopt further A.wlJhprn tepry ln~ ackson, My 10, (By A.P.)-The
resricion'on cmigatin."lmve anuaecnvetiotoftheicign Gle club who wish to attend the
he inins oc mit illbealoed"' is chairman. of the com-anulcveto ofheMhin
mhetteeng scneycharge.allwed Federation of Business and Profes-i ty to be given next Saturday by
to, hold for, one year the silver >up-)_____________ sional Women's clubs opened here Fri- U nversity Girls' Glee club inns,
whiichm was won by Athena last yea, inoiic 3arig day with a luncheon at noon. The pr'esenlt at the regular meeting to
and which will be perma'nently It3p1eMrig open welcoming address was given heldata 4:30 o'clock )tomorrov
awarded to that society which has A nouncicmnt has been made of the by Mayor Palmer. 'Last evening a Barbour gymnnasiuml.
possession of it the greatest. number ,miarriage of Eidna E. Jarchow, '23, and.. banquet was served. Today was oc-
of times during 7 Years. OEdwina S. Gleason, '23E, on April 23 cupied by business sessions. The lcadlership~ commission
at Mt. ln. Mr. and Mrs. Gleas- meet at 4:30 o'clock, tomorrow in .I
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-adv. on are living in Ludington. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. berry hall.

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Adams.............100
SAlumnae .......... .....00
Collegiate Sorosis '0....... 100
Alpha ~ .Xi Delta.......100
Phi Beta Phi ..........100
Kappa Delt~a . ............. 100
i~Brown (2) .......... 100
~Coon (2) ............100
Delta Delta Delta......100
Drunum (2)............ 100
McNeill (6)....... .00.
Mohler (8) ........100
Tappan (3). .. .........100
Lindquist (5)........100
Ladd (3)......... ....100
Caughey (9) ........ ...100
Alpha Gamma~ Delta......96
Delta Gamma........95
Kappa Alpha. Theta......... 94
SReagh (16).......... ....93
~Adelia Cheever (31)......90;
Betsey Barbour.......9
Schaumen (8) ,...... ....88
R~ea (S)........ .. ...88
~Martha Cook ...... .....86
Gamma Phi Beta ........85
Helen Newberry........... 88
Westminister (12) .........83
Kappa Kappa Gamma .......5 83
Treman (6) ..........83
~Timpert (6).........83
Formnhals (21).... .....81.
Delta Zeta......... ....... 80
WI'iteomb(5) ................ 80
SSweezy (9)..................... 7
rSpaulding (13).........77
Oosting (12)........ ... 7
~Leatherman (4).......,......75
Theta Phi Alpha.......... 74
Alpha Chi Omega ........74
UChi Omega............. 71
Ash Hous~e (17) ..........70
Fawcett (3) ............... 70
Rock (9) ......,.......67
SFisher (9)................. 67
Alpha Omicron Pi........... 67
Alpha Phi ... ..........67
Zeta Tau Alpha ............ 61
Cozad (5).. ..........
Forsythe (10).........60,
4Phi Sigma Sigma.... ...60
~Mci~achron (7)............ 57
I lanselmann (7)... ....57
Jordan. (14) ...............57
'Brown (9) . ........ ...56
McClinton (16) ............. 56
Gorman (11) ............... 55
Fawcett (2)............. .50
~Freeman (6).... ...50
tJedele (4) .. ....... .....50
;Mason (2) ................ 50
NItchell (8)......... ..... 50
Mullisson (2) ..."........50
Payne (6) ...........50
AJeffrey (12)... .....50
SMcClouth (6) ........50
Sigma Kappa (12)......... 50
Smalley (2) ..........50
SWitham (4)............. 50
Memberships
Freshmen................. 230
Sophomores...............250
Juniors ... ..........295
Seniors....... ........365
Nurses ..................6.
SGraduates of other colleges and
School of Music ........10
Totals......... ..... ...1206
$50

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LEG OF VEAL .
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SELECTED 3+FROM THE TEN FIRST SCREE~N PRODUCTIONS
TO FOLLOW THE TRIUMPHANT ENGACEMPENT. OF VICTOR
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$60,300 }
Tokio, May 10, (By A.P.)-Seventy
rsons are believed to have perishedI
3a result of the capsizing of the I
otor boat Kinga Maru near Keelung,
rmosa, press dispatches said today.
WHEN YOU
THINK
OF

If You Ride, Hike or
Enjoy Other Sports

Rod La'.J

as RUING 4~ARET

ROBERT EDE SON, G EORGE FAWCETT, JULIA

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THEODORE

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Here are garments you need

RAYMOND HATTON, CHARLES OGLE, VICTOR

Garments that give the freedom of movement neces-
sary to the fullest enjoyment of outdoor activities.
Garments, however, that remember to be smart as
well as comfortable, and low-priced as well as serv-
iceable.

VARCONI AND MANY MORE

Good Food
Think of

Kn~ickers of tweed, wool
twill, velour, eerduroy,
lineni, PaiiiiBeach tand
lihaki. $2.95-$ 12.
Sweaters of wool in slip.
over and butk n-froiit
stylIe s. $4. x4$8.50.
Golf hosc with fancy tops.

Riding babits of tweed,
Patinu Beach rand linemt.
$1 -$30, i0.
Jackets of redf and green
flannel. $$.50-$1.
Ridling breeches of -velour,
tweed, corduroy,. white
linen, White drill and

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