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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PLAINS REASON FOR
4207LEAG.UE PLEO&E
(Continued from Page One)
nal campaign headquartersA i
sizes the fact that although every
igan alumnae can become a mem-
of the University of Michigan Lea-
by sub scrlbin& $50, this amount
s not represen~ her responsibility
fara .themilliop. ,di.olr camnpaign.
concerned: It is pointed out that
pry alunnae must pledge. $207 to the
dif the campaign is to be a suc-

New York's " Ladyv
Edison" Creator
Of 33 Inventions

The individual quota was arrived
at, it is explained, by dividing the mil-
lion dollars which must be secured
to erect and endow the proposed!
building by the number of alumnae
who could at that time be reached.
The basis for membership in the
'University of Michigan League is as
follows: $50 for women students who
~have earned credit 'in the University
of Michigan; for alumnae who have
.yearned credit ini the University; for
~the women members of the faculty,
..former members of the faculty, ad-:
m-iinistrative officers, and former ad-
'ministrative oiflcers Qf the University;
'for women in the immediate family of
'faculty members, administrative offic-
ers, and former administrative <of-
Jlcers; and members of the Ann Ar-
°or branch of the American a ss9gcia-
tion of University. women; for wives
of officers and meombers of the board of
djirectors of the Alumni association of
the University; for members of the
.governing board. and 'admiis~trative
,,officers of the University dormitor-;
ies, as approved by the Board of Re-
~gents; for women of the faculty of the
University School of Music for whose
courses University credit is given;
for the wives of faculty members of
the School of Music for whose courses
'University credit is given; $100° for
wives of alumni; $207 for committee'
members (chosen by vote .of the exec-
titive committee.)

MARTHA COROK TO PLAY
JORDN HGUSETfDY
Compl$eting~ the first half of the~
thirdI round of the bsbl ora
went, Martha .Cook wll 0)a--Jordan
house at:9 o'clok toa n.,," Plmer
field. x&dela Cheevr; willJ'cotend
wt Al h Om c o ' -atclck; Betsy Barbour wi1 m atch Kap-
pa Alpha: Theta at 10 o'~clck..
The winners of the Adelia Cheever
1versu 'Alph a Omicron Pi and th~e
4 rtha~ Cook versus- Jordan house
games Wfll conltest against each oth-
er at 10 o'clock,
WILL PLAY TENNIS
FINALS NEXT WEEK
Tenn's finals will probably be play-
ed off on Thursday of'next week. The
following contestants are asked to
play off their matches as soon, as pos-
sible:;
Seiors--W. Cralgle, 13. Lauver, F.
Steele, and A. Burdick' juniors-D.
Putt, O. McKay, A. Verdelin; sopho-
more-H.Best, M. Millet,.A Olson,
14. Lindsaley;- rsmn-M-AlIshouse,
E. Hlbert, H. Seawright, F. B~urwell,.
F.Marston; G. Welsh, andA M: lerz,
MASQUES ELECT
NE~WOFFICERS
Nellie Ritteurhouse, '25; wail chosen
president of Miasques at' the mieeting ;.
held Thursday afternoon, Other of-,
ficers chosen were as- follows: Vice-1
president, Maragaret, Goodman, '26;
secretary, Beata Wagner', '25; treasur-
uarer, Katherine Clarke, '26; and tho
member at, large, Elizabeth Strauss, j

low girls to reach their majority at 17 Daily classified for real results.
instead of 13, as at present. __________________
NoticesNOTICEI
Price of Straw Hats reduced 25 per
-I'cent at our store right_ at the. start
Acts 1 and 2 of the Senior Girls' play I
will rehearse at9 o'clock at Sarah of the season. Growing- popularity
fCaswell Angell hall. of the cool anid comfrtable Panama
th Snd -the reason. Bring: your Panama in
Allwoenl n rheSeior irl' la
aretogetthin otue fo 1t and have is Re-conditioned (Cleaned,
12 o!cottayN in tesearing- 1r0om1 Plea ched Ard Reblocked with all new
aL ele I beryesldenice. Ira~ch trimmings)4

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n c iln i 1C L"LU U rIL ;5tL) toL
pay for her costume with the follow-
in, exceptions: ,The Kin g; Queen,"
Trispan, Catherine, Rouliyier :and eth~e{
Courtiers.
Dally Classified ,for real results.

617 Packard St,.
'6 ilre I). li. IH. Stops at State
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LASTS'TIME

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Miss Beuil .h Louise Henry
In N~w York they call hMIss Beuilah
Louise Henry "Thte Lady Edison," b
'cause'she is the inventr of more than
two-score devices, 33 of which have
been patented.. She is president of
three corporations -engaged in manu-
facturing the children of her brain,
but finds time- to nmke hier own hats,
embroider, sew and help to make a
happy, "homey" home of the apart-
ment in which she lives with her
mnother.
Anyone wishing a position at one$
of: the summer resorts for vacation
Is asked to see Mrs. Long in the 3of-
lice of the dean of women. Requests
are coming in rapidly now for appli
cants for_ such positions. It is ad-
visable to apply immediately.

Biggest .Musical Event of the Season

Pau1in O Frederick

MAY 27

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Lou Teil-en

PopiudarMusic .by TheBAnd
BARRE HILL, SOLOIST SUPFREME
TANG AND TAVARES
TED RHODES ORCHESTRA

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U-ao-, man
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Tickets ,at .Water's, Siater's and .Grah-am's

,All gymnasium costumes should
removed from the lockers by May

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mantling that polygamny be ayiol'ished)
Sdivorce limited and a law passed ,to al-

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Strenuous Work
After strenuous exercise of any sort,, what
a relief to get under the shower-and
then a rub-down with Mifflin Alkoholl
Tired muscles are eased and soothed,
nerves are quieted, the whole body is re-
laxed, comforted.
Of course, Mifflin Alkohol hLs dozens, of
other daily uses !
Fine to soften the beard, before shaving;
to cool and soothe the skin, AFTERshaving.
Splendid relief for tired, aching feet; great
for sunburn; an efficient antiseptic and
germicide.
Mifflin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
/which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athletic
organizations use Mifflin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure.YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as illustrated.

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May 25, 1924
10:30 A. M4.

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Morning Service

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All Servl'ee 1 d nhn fre 1Iai
Corner State and W1asbington ts
Sunday: IES '
Bible School, 9:30 A. 11.
Christian Mens Service Club,
9:30 A. M.
Preaching Service, 10::30 A, M.,
Rev. J. A> Canby will conduct
the service. Subject: "The
Sermon on the MountAp
plied:.
-Students' Bible Class, 12 noon.
Young People's Service, 6:00 P.
M. Social wiith light refresh-
ments.
The midweek prayer service, is
held at 7:30, on each Wednesday
night.. Topic: "The Coi; version of
Lyda."

$T, AU'o$ LUTHERAN,
(Alissouri Synod)
Gxi ise : 'd#t'l ; 4 est huron St .
CA] III A BRlAUER, Pastor

TRINITY LUTW2RAN
CHURCH
FI 4ifttradI~iIlIaSt.

REV. L. JI* GL NDF'1 A , lPactor

9:30 A. M .-Bible Study1

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10:39

Sermon. in German.
Student'Bible Class.

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1.0:30A. M.-Service
Sub~ect: "Praying
of Jesus." John 16,

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ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave,
L. C. STELLIORN9 Pastor

"Our Aost. DIffcult Decision"

11;30 S3ermon in English.
5:30 Student's Supper.

9:30 A. M.-Sunday School.

4:30 P. M.

1 6:30

OUTDOORS M'EETING= WITH
E SUPPER
Leave the church at this hour
A Special Welcome to Seniors

Discussion.
No evening service.

10:30 A. M. -Sermon.
Us to Pray.''

"Lord-Teachd

f6:00'P. M.-The student forum wi
observe Senior Night. Supp
will be served by the women
the church.
A, service to commemorate the Sa-
ior's ascension will be held Thar
-day evening at 7:30.

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5:30 P. M.--Student Forum at, Zion
Pariah Hall.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 2FUJRCH
:. IiiV. MERLE, Ii. ANDER SOX, D. D., 31inister
LE WIS. C. REIMANN, '16, Sec'y Mien Students
4 MRS. NELLIE CAll WELL, SWcY Women Studeonts

BETHLEHEM e
EVANGELICAL CHURCH.
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Area~ near l',ackard
G. A. -DELU IkNN. Vator
Sunday School a 9:00 a, m.
9:00-Sunday School and Bible
Classes.
10: 00-English Services.
11:00-G3erman Services.

Cor. S.~ Statte an~d E.- Washington Sts.
I EV. ARTUUR,'WT IV jTALlfEJ, D.D., Minister
REV. 11. SCOTT IYE,;TERXIN, Associate Minister
31IS155 LLN 11. 300 .Student Director
10:30 A. M.-Mo-1lrning Worship. Pastor's Subject:
SENIOR SUNDA.Y
12:00 M.--Bible Clasrses in Wesley Hall.
5: 30'. P. M.-Open House at Wesley Hall.
6:9.0 P. ML-Wesicyan G uild Devotional ?Meeting. Leader, Mr. Millas
Pryor.
7¢ 30 P'. 1M.-Evenipg Worship. Intern~ational Peace Program.
"PElACE AS aWE OUGHT TCO PURSUE IT"
Miss .Estelle Do-wning, Associat~e Professor of Rhetorics, Mlichig
State Normal, Ypsilanti. "Indications of Wonman's Attitude Toward 1';
anld Peace." Mrs. R~uth Buchanan.
Students are especially invited to attend our services.

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(Senior Sunday)

10: 30~ Morntng Worship. Sermon Subject;
-"11tfAT IS MOSTl VRIIIIE1
12.30-Student Class led by, Dr. Anderifon.
5: 30-Social Hoar.
6: 30-~i Krstian Endeavor. Special Mm'sical Night.

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FIRST BAPTIST,
CH4UR'C'H
It. EDWARD SAYLES, Minis9ter
110 WART)It. CHAP-MAN
Mnilster of Ltnii'ersity Students.

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COR. CATHERINE AND. DIVISION STREETS
HENRYT LEW}IS, IRECTOR
RACHEL HAYILAND,. Secretary. for Student W'rk.

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Mifflin Chemical Corporation
-PHILADEL.PHIA, PA,
Safes Agents. HAROLD F. RJTCHiIE & Co., Inc.
171 Madison Ave., New York
Toronto Sydney Wellinigton,
m1FF IN
the external tonic
ATALL GOOD DRUG 'STORES

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SUNDAPY, MAY 25TH, 1924

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T IThFIFT~H SUNDA~Y AFTER It ASTEIR
-A. MV.--'Morning Prayer and SermnJay-.the Rctorti n ul.

10:30-Sermon :
"Whatmi ean Thee St ones T"
Mr. Sayles will preach and me-
bers of the Gil A. R. and allied
organizations will be the speciAl.
guests for Mepmorial Day Serv.-
ice.
12: 00--Church. Sunday School.
12: 00--Stdeftt ' Ciass at Gu4Vi1
I-ouse. Mr. Chapman.
6:00-3. Y. P. U. in Church Par-.
lors.
0: 00-Se~lor 'Night for Students
Guild. All-members meet at Guild
House: by 5:45, and go by canoes
to Beefsteak W' ill. Miss Gerry
Hamilton, '24ML, will lead a bref.
service. Topic: "Personaty."-

4Let VUsTRise

12:1-0P.NJ--Bbl lass for Young Women.
4:00 P. -M.-Studnts ga'tli~r at Hatrris Hall

CONGREGATI ONAL CHURCH
IIE IRIERT, A. JUMP, Minister E. K0IOX MITCHIELL, U~niversity Pastoe
LUCY IlI;I, Secretary for Women Students
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WAR~M WELCOME"
Thie seniors are especially invited to the morning service at 10:4'
A. M. Mlr. Jump will preach on-
"A RM1SOFS L IT"I'L, FATH: AEA Lh1NJ 'I'Ti fflEYOUrTH"
The Stud(,nt Hour at 5:30,. will be a welectm~ to Mr~s. E.-Kno-
Mitc~hell. the new wife ofthe university, pas'to'r of this church. - 'Al Standh
field will contribute some specialnmusical fe'atures. Informal supper.
The Fireside Chat at 6:30 will discuss
"11OW TO CHOOSE O'NE'S LIFE WQRK."
The Motion Picture Service at 7:3,0 will be a patriotic film, fea
turing Alice Br'ady, entitled-N
"BETSY ROSS AND THlE FLAG"
Mr. Jump will. preach.

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