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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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Spreading
Gospel Of Hope

ILL ST

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May Pay University of Michigaun
League Pledge in Five
Installmentsf
CHARLOTTE BLA(4DON, '25,
HEADS DRIVE COMMITTEE
Uhiversity women who hesitate to
subscribe for life memberships in the
University of Michigan League dur-
ing the campaign which opens today
and continues through tomorrow and
Thursday, are reminded that the en-
tire fee of $50 need not be paid at
once. This amount is payable in full
.r may be met installments of $10
each. The money secuerd from life
memberships is applied directly to the
building fund and is not utilized in
meeting any of the expenses of the
campaign.
Committee members for the drive
are as follows: Charlotte Blagdon,
'25, general chairman; Marion Barlow,
'25, posters; Elilura Harvey, '25, adver-
tising; Beta Wagner, '25, business
manager, and Frances Maass, '25,
booths. These women, together with
several others, will make a house tot
house canvass to secure subscriptions.
4Booths in University hall and the Li-
brary are for the convenience of
students living in nrivate and unor-
ganized houses. Women who subscrib-
ed last year 'are urged to make pay-
ments as soon as possible.
MASQUES TO MOEuT
TRYOUTS THIS RK

are now due ahd may be paid at the
office of Newberry hall.
All athletic managers of houses
will have their picture taken at 12:15
o'clock Thursday, in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Basketball managers for the inter-j
house tournament should turn in to
Miss Erley a list of teams and sub-
stitutes in the tournament as soon as;
possibly.
Beginners in the optional dancing
classes will meet at 7 o'clock Wed-
nesday nights in the future. All oth-
ers in these classes will meet at 4
o'clock of the same day.
Basketball games;in the interhouse
tourhament will in all probability be-
gin on Thursday, Jan. 10.
Athena Literary society will meet at
7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu
rooms, University hall.
University Girls' Glee club will meet
at 4:30 o'clock today in the parlors of
harbour gymnasium.

715 2" L D LVES
A CEWR~i -MWEP
Did you know
that the
Is only asking from the
STUDENT BODY
about one-third of what it
asks the alumni? Are you
doing your hit?
Let your conscience be
your guide.

Damon-
"Hey, there! Aren't you a friend
of mine ?"
Pyhias-
"I certainly am. I'd do anything
in the world for you. Yes, any
thing!"
Damon-
"All right-prove it! Give me baci
that Eldorado pencil You borrowedo
last night."
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This photo of Helen Keller, world
famous deaf mute, was taken a few
days ago in New York City where
she is just now spreading the gospel
of hope and courage as she tells how
the fact that she was once deaf, dumb
and blind, did not kill her determ-
ination to be happy.
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The Freshman'Spreadacommittee
will meet at 4 o'clock today in Bar-
bour gymnasium. This meeting is im-
portant and all members are urged
to attend.
The Michigan Dames will hold a
regular meetihg at 8 o'clock tonight
in the Faculty's Women's club house.
Mummers will meet at 4 o'clock
today at the Gamma Phi Beta house,
1520 South UnivErsity avenue.

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Tryouts for Masques dramatic
ciety will be held from 3 to 5:30
clock on Wednesday, Thursday;
Friday afternoons in Newberry hal
The women who applied. in the
for membership in the society;
who assisted in the details of Masq
production are urged to come out
the try-out now. Women who h;
not previously applied are also
vited to tryout. A new system
been worked out whereby all thei
outs are requested to report at N
berry hall Wednesdayhafternoon
Sreceive a number. The try-outs
then be conducted by this numberE
tem in order to save time.,
Active members of the society
requested to be present at alt the
outs.

has The regular vaekly tea given fo-r
try- the graduate women will be resumed
ew- from 4 to 5 o'clock today at Betsy
and Barbour house. Miss Fandira Crocker
will and Miss Jane Sharpe, of the Univcr-
Sys- sity library, will be hostesses.
are fora Sipna Pi will et a., 7: o'-
t-ry- clock Thursday in Martha. Cock bnrd"-
ling.

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Perhapsyou shavewith
Williams'andknowhow
gentle and soothing its
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the skin. Perhaps you
haven't begun to use Wil-
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Opfor your ideas.
$250 in prizes
For the best sentence often words orless on
thevalueofthe Williams' HingedCap,we of-
fer thefollowingprizes: lstprize$100; 2nd prize
$50;twothirdprizes,$25each;two4thprizes,$10
each;six5thprizes,$5 each.Anyundergraduate
orgraduatestud ent iseligible.Iftwoor moreper-
sons submit identical slogans deemedworthy of
przes, the full amountof the prize wilibe award-
ed to-each. Contest closes at midnight March 14,
1924. Winners will be announced as soon there-
after as possible. Submit any number of slogans
but write onpne side of paper only,puttingname,
address, college and class at top ofeach sheet. Ad-
dress letters to Contest Editor, TheJ. B.Williams
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All members of Mortarboard are
requested to attend an important meet-
ing to be held at 7:30 o'clocl'::Thurs
day night at the ("hi Omega house..

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Pi Lambda Theta will hold a regular ! Women who ha-ie been taking the
meeting at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow in club leaders' training course under the
the liberray on the second .floor of auspices of the University Y. W. C.
Martha Cook dormitory. A. are asked to meet at 7 o'clock
Mis' Yi Fang Wu, gral.d -will speak Thursday night in the Upper room
tjo the members on "'Edution of of Lane hall for a discussion of the
Chinse Women." 1 ,iss Wu is a grad- examination outlhie. The examina-
uate o Cinlin college in Nanking, tion on the course will be given with-
Clina. She isdoing graduat e work in in the next few weeks.
the University, specializing in zool-_ - j
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