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LEAGUE TO -PLEDGE
ON BUILDING FU-ND
'Mrs. I. D. Ienderson Meets With'
league Board To :Iaye Plans
For Next Year
WILL HELP ALUMNAE
At Series Of Teas
Mothers' Day Plans To Foster
Understanding And Cooperation
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To create a spirit of comradeship,
Oriental women will be entertained to quicken the responsibility on the
at two teas at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday part of the mother and the devotion
and Thursday at Newberry hall by the and helpfulness on the part of the
world fellowship committee of the Y. daughter, Mothers' and Daughters'
week was created several years ago.
W. C. A., Miss Jean Hamilton, dean Since then it has become a national
Possibilities of an undergraduate ac-
tivity pledge 'to the Women's league
O Building fund were discussed by the
board of directors of the Women's
league at a joint meeting of the new
and old boards held yesterday. Mrs.#
W. D. Henderson, executive secretary
of the alumnae council, met with the
board and' urged the women to take
the pledge. Mrs. Henderson outlined
her plan for the pledging of the re-
maining half million dollars which
must be raised before June, 1927. The
nucleus of her scheme consists of ten
y rimary groups who will pledge,
$10,000 to be redeemed within three
years. Considering the undergrad-
Liate women as one group, she asked
y them to consider the taking of one
of the $10,000 pledges.
:f. Undergraduates of the University
have been raising by life membership
drives more than $17,000 and by the
efforts of the undergraduate campaign
committee $5,000 this year. The sen-
4timent of th'e board seems to be in
favor of taking two of the pledges and
making the league responsible for
$20,000 next year. Definite action will
be taken at the next meeting.
With one more year in which to
complete the drive for the new build-
ing the alumnae council is planning
an intensive campaign for next year
in which the undergraduate activities
will play an important part. It was
brought tothe attention of those
present at the meeting that less than
50 per cent of the women an the cam-
pus at the present time have life
membership pledges, which leaves a
large field to work next year. The
closest cooperation between the wo-
men still in college and the alumnae
is being sought, and one of the means
of bringing this about is a series of
joint meetings between undergraduate
committees and Ann Arbor alumnae
groups, the advisory board of the
alumnae council and the council. "It
is what the undergraduate women db,"
says Mrs. Hendersoft, "thatwill make
possible the larger gifts from out-
siders which will be necessary for
the completion of the project."
ROME. - A bust of Mussolini in
civilian clothes, will adorn bank notes
of various denominations which are
soon to be issued by the Bank of Italy.
Each Tuesday and Wed-
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of women, and Miss Grace Richards,!
assistant dean of women. The teas
will be in honor of the women who
are returning to their native countries
after 'the close of the semester. In-
vitations have been sent to all oriental
women on the campus.
Gertrude Welch, '28, and Iona Idd-
ings, '27, are in charge of the arrange-
ments for the affair, which will be in-
formal. Many of the Oriental women
on the Michigan campus are Barbour
scholars, and in 'this way are enabled
to secure a university education,
which, when they return to their na-
tive country, they either apply prac-
tically or 'teach to the students in the
more advanced schools. Most of these
foreign students spend the entire four
years in the United States, returning
to their homes at the expiration of
Girls' high schools in Japan are be-
ginning to revolt against "arranged
marriages." The girls voted that gov-
ernment officials made the most de-
sirable husbands, followed by business!
men, thsn educatorssnext farmers,
then physicians, and last of all army
The Fascist government has decided
to admit women to the Italian Acad-
emy of Immortals. Three women are
to be admitted-Ada Negri, poet;
Grazia Deledda and Matilde Serao,
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
custom. Mothers' day comes this year
on May 9, and the University of Michi-
gan has dedicated the week-end of
May 7-9 to its mothers. This period
will afford opportunity for mothers to
become acquainted with the life of the
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, head of the
alumnae campaign, in commenting on
Mothers' week-end, expressed herself
as decidedly in favor of the occasion.
"The fact that the Union is sponsoring
the general meeting for Mother's day,
in conjunction with the Faculty Wo-
men's club and other campus organi-
zations, is especially praiseworthy. As
soon as the League building is com-
pleted, such activities can be spon-
sored jointly by the Union and the
League, which will bring about just
that co-operation which has long been,
sought." Mrs. Henderson's further
opinion was that introducing the
mothers to campus conditions will aid
greatly toward securing their support
in 'the campaign for a women's build-
Fraternities and sororities will soon
hold open house over the coming
week-end. Numerous house-parties
and dances will be held in honor of
the visiting mothers. Pi Beta Phi willj
entertain with a cabaret dinner Friday
night, while Alpha Chi Omega is plan-
ning a vaudeville skit which is to con-
tain a number of selections from the
recent Junior Girls' play. Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, in addition to a formal dinner!
Friday night, will be hostesses of a
breakfast which will be held on the
banks of the Huron River.
Alpha Chi Omega,
Win In Baseball
Helen Newberry residence and Al-
pha Chi Omega were the winners of
the intramural baseball games played
on Palmer field yesterday afternoon.
The dormitory defeated Sigma Kappa
with a score of 19 to 1, while the
score with which Alpha Chi Omega
defeated Zeta Tau Alpha was 16 to 15.
The teams to be first at bat were
Sigma Kappa and Zeta Tau Alpha.J
In the other games which were sche-
duled to be played yesterday, Col-
legiate Sorosis, Zone 4, and Kappa
Alpha Theta defaulted, giving Gamma
Phi Beta, Alpha Gamma Delta, and
Alpha Omicron Pi the privilege of
continuing in the tournament.
N OTICES I Theta Sigma will meet at 7:3
o'clock tonight at the Alpha Chi'
Omega house. 1004 Olivia avenue.
World fellowship commission of the
Y. W. C. A. will meet at 3 o'clock BALBOA, C. Z. - The Panama goyv
today in Newberry hall. ernment has voted $3,000 to continue
Track practice today from 4 to 6 the assistance of German colonists at
o'clock on Palmer field. Capira who are in difficulties because
There will be a meeting of Black of crop failures and the prolongation
Quill at 6 o'clock tonight. of the drouth.
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