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121 102 itHE MICHIGAN DAILY__ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _



The National Campaign committee
of the University of Michigan League
Building and Endowment fundha
authorized the printing of a vr
simple fcrtnzightly bulletin, to ke
the whole country in touch with th,,
progress of thec camipaig-n «a to act
as an, exchange for Dhe ideas about'
raising money to pay pledges.
Last spring a continued cam-,
paign was. planned by the committee
for all this year in which it is hopedj
to obtain pledges which will cover;
all the rest of the money needed to
complete the fund. The plans, ap-
proved by thxe Alumni Council in f
June, include these items: To move
the permanent campaign office toI
Ann Arbor if free office space in
Alumni Memorial hall could be se-
cured. "The large room at the back
on the south side was given over
most generously to the campaign,"'
states Miss Jean Hamilton, chairman
of the campaign. Second, to maintain
a regular executive secretary there.
Miss Fannie .Alliger who was? head cif
the office in the intensive campaign
in Detroit and is acquainted with thQ

ANOUCEaWmpMER Social Notes
ilOF GIRLS' GLEE, CLUB1' _ __ _ __ _ __ _
____________-- as. to whether they will have a second Successful tryouts for the U~niver- i
intensive campaign of short duration !sity Girls' Glee club -are as follows:! After the rush of 8 o'clocks, the
o4'~A O Ih, Ior continue to work steadily throughlortysesos,'5 MrhnaDy steady routine of class notes and the
O'V zIL a long period. If they choose an in-bed'6 ~lnLms '26Ed, Frances daily, companionship of new text Bi
Itensive ci mpaign they will select the Farwell, '26Ed, Helen Browni, '27, Lois! books during the week, the Universi- =V
Do"~ 0 ]hi irtt date at their own convenience. On' Brashear, '27, Ingham Sutley, '26Ed, t oa id esl ntemdtb
the cm- 'tha other hand the smaller groups in' Harriet Donaldson, '27, Margaret Cal- of social activities, sometimes in the lM
e: ubig~teI for the I{Michigan which did not enter the vert, '26,Jessamaine Gray, '26, Franc- form of a dinner engagement, a dance at
Noveb~rOlOliGS b t~e Mch- campaign last spring are being urged es Light, '26, Doris Bessenger, '25SEd, or the more intimate discussion over ai
hi tu fWmnVtr. to do an intensive piece of work and 3ngetie Wilson, '27, Mary G. Knob- tetacpi tehmso e
'Ii.' nnAitt'brachof theI: secure all their pledIges at the samne ilock, '27, Frances Beyster, '25, Gladysrfriends-other University women.
0'dlatOi1'011 of pen-i time as the Detroit campaign. Beyers, 5d ainCo,'7 ayIat
ingth divefo gttig utth om dffiuly as ee epei etmle, '27, Helen Pound, '26Ed Informal parties known as "Pledge
~~~1v re. aJt 1the first meeting ; enced in making the fact clear that Florence Probst, '26, Katherine' Keld- ta"aelse nth oilcln
ofs aelstda the sca e-Hy ccz ea r to he heald nnet 'the pledges mrade to the former cam- er, '27, Margaret Probeck, '27, Gert-' dar nearly every day this week. This I
W nedyo Thrdy ngh. poign committee continue in charge rude Bailey, '27, Katherine Booth,i custom of entertaining the pledges
TheIwdefinlite date will be an- I of the Alumni council and are paid to; '26, Helen Shimp, '27 Florence Morse,? was established for the purpose' of ;IM
Spnune(l as snoon as 'a place of j!the Alumni Council secretary, Mrs. = 23, Julia Wilsonf, '27, Virginia Hobbs, creating good will and friendship be- g
i: ':igi c :i ,< upon01. M r =. fICFrances Williams, Unless Such' '26Florinel Starr, '27, Emily Wood- tween sorority women and to enable -
I~rsidntcifI'pledges were increased in amount ti orxl, '27, Norma Snell, '27, Marjorie, the new women to make friends out-
the local a«sciation. during the intensive campaign. In Miller,}'27, Genevieve Speers, '26, Cath-s side the limits of their own circle.
that case the pledge was taken over erine l3uhrer, '27, and Nellie Dens-'
; 'r d. 7,:; DtdAC gave her ser- by the' National Campaiga committeemoe'5Grnivtaosaddcrtos
vi ' t!1,h, camnagn free for 3 and payments are to be paid to the careIu iIh aecoo aeu
mo~sl~t spring and traveled' treasurer, Mr. C. H. Hyett whose per- have contributed so far is 1,761. Thecareouintesmclrmdep
tiv.n'betsix (different states prov- manent adldress for this year is:; total number of others is 1.672. Those th eanfeTuresdayof nnt thesupiear
aug er rgeizaton bilty s well Dime Savings Bank, Detroit. who have not paid their first assess- ty gie Thrdy vnngtte
ashe ichigani devotioni. j The first payments onl the strident i ment on receipt ot one notice are 700.frhmnw enoBts Brbu
!PtlL t renew the intensive cam- fund proved encouraging. All but $30 The total amount pledged to date t house by the upperclassmen of that #
pci ' n r teams in Detroit, duringi of the money pledged waspadSt-hruhbh cmain is$0, dormitory._.
tepio ofthis campaign and to# dent p~aymnents on pledges of last 308.62 and the total amount actually
a~antn Dtrit, oifice during this spring will be received at the inn paid in to date is $102,509.42. The Collegiate Sorosis entertained pled- I
t«oa we s a lpcrnanent office Arbor Campaign office. nunmber of alumni organized in ges from the various sororities Fri-i
1 * ~The' total number of Alumni who} groups is 6,392. day afternoon at their home on Wash-
"lu Off(icwe Open
opndS eptemnber '.Miss Dodds hasf
f ,c ' wrand beiningfwithear, 'p-Have aPermanent W ave

emaw avenue, Alpha Phi sorority will tern oon give;n by Mrs. Arl
cold their pledgec tea this afternoon o_' Oak and avenue.
Lt their new home oan lill s1treet, P'i
Seta Phi will entertain for the same Mr. B njhin Isle thee

)urpose tomorrow aftei(rnoon and, The(- ;residlent of the University of Ca:
Ai Phi alpha will open their homie to j fornia, and Mtrs. Wheeler are visitit
.e new pledges Tuesday afternoon,' their son, Benjamin Wheeler, of t]
--history depa)rtmenut, for a, few weel
Pres. Marion L. Burton and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler are guests
3urton entertained the members of the the l\Michigan Union.
Varsity debating team, the Oxford de-
bating team, Prof. T. C. Trueblood anid Prof. Goo. S. Lasher, '11, instru
Ars. Trueblood, at dinner Wenesdr ray rintehtocdpamntf
at their home on South Ui vers4it y, ri ' htrcdprmn ft
avenue. V iivrs ity fromt 1916 until the c
A -' school last Jtune, has been nami
Mrs. Marion 1. Burton cntertai~ie hea o the newly created depratmr
at a luncheon, W iednesday, honor r.;~of jou.rialisim at Ohio University, O.
Mrs. 'Wheeler. President Vmer*I w;
Harry Burns Hutchins and Alr;.! I Holland, Mich., Oct. 11.-Studer
-Hutchins, entertainedl Mr. and Mirs. at Hope College will soon have anc
Wheeler at their home lastwek portunity to express ,their' opinions
Mirs. Wheeler will be the, Ikte new Honor Codei which has be
guest of honor at a tea Tuesday af- drawn up.




sp erh etembler 25, before the an- -"(e"
] i,' mectingr of the Michigan feder-
t c f 0ome's Its, at Petoskey, 3
seLas he(en k:.akin, a circuit of the o

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namtres of. those active in that can:-
paig-n alli over the count.fry has been1
mad ( 4e-eutive secretary.
Thrto have a field secretary, a
Michganwoman, who should orga-!
nize the still unorganized group; of
aluimi, of 'which there are mnany
smnall ones and who should assist dis-
tricts which had gone to work very
late last spring. The idea is to create
enthusiasm to fill their quotas. For
this work, MViss Daphne hDodds, '17, a
member of At~lha. (hi Omega srority,
trwas app>ointed fo=' a 10 mn~

norher ;K~1~~ngroups, meeting;
with gr (t!del (f encouragemient,
espc~ llyinsmall iilaeos where no[
real workhadbeen attempted before.
r 1 -at ional Campaign committee
hhet, Iild two meetings in Detroit and
determ in ai. the lietroi campaign
s11,4 ~dfrmMo"161y, Noveni-I
'.!17, for three we, _eks. It is hoped3
ti t .e 1larve',Z-ota which Detroit
w"as wvillingz tto e ;ceptis ay be pledg~ed
bef~ore lee e
(d he -;ticeters Iliroiighoot the
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love, Mile sbe herself felt no emotion uil-
SEITi'ING 4A NEPW MARK{ in Photoplay History. This
is the first timec that an author of the world-wide
f-,ane and superlative literary excellence of Vicente
Blasco Ibanez has written directly for the screen.
The r sult is a triumph of artistry and' thrilling

--S'peciaiI C'omedy Feature- r_.

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hBilly TIasette, Comnposer

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