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MAKE EFFORT TO
COMPLETE PLEDGES
Committee Chairmen And President
Of League Discuss Next
Year's Program
TO ADOPT PLAN SOON
Intensive effort to complete the
necessary pledges toward the building
fund of the Women's league will be;
the controling idea for undergraduate
work next year, according to the plans]
for the year '26 and '27 which wereI
discussed by the old and new commit-
tee chairmen and the president of the
Women's league at a luncheon given
by Mrs. W. D. Henderson at'the UnionI
Thursday.
Final adoption of the plans by the
league board will follow within two
weeks. Mrs. Henderson is anxious to
have Ann Arbor, including both the
undergraduates and the alumnae
pledge $100,000 by September. This is
partially accomplished now. The A.,
A. U. W. has agreed to take one of
the $10,000 pledges, with an additional
$5,000 to be used for the expenses of
the campaign, and the undergraduate
group will pledge a total of $25,000
to be divided between the life mem-
bership committee and the activity
group. The drive for this year which
resulted in more than $17,000 in pledg-
es will count on this amount and the
parties which are being advocated for
summer work will also be reckoned.
If Ann Arbor can raise $100,000 for
the new building, the strength which
this will give to the whole campaign
will make its success inevitable.
The task before the women now is
the summer plan for bridge parties
or their equivalent. The original idea
was that each woman should sign up
to give a party of five tables at $3
a table. Those who sign the pledge
will agree to give some kind of an
entertainment. It may be a fish fry, a
picnic, a horseback party, tennis
spread or any number of group gath-
erings that . are possible during the
summer, which will bring in $15.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.1

Y. W. Entertains
Mothers At May
Morning Breakfast
Mothers who are spending the week-
end in Ann Arbor will be entertained
at the annual May morning breakfast'
of the Y. W. C. A. at 9 o'clock this
morning in Newberry hall.
More than 150 reservations have
been made for the breakfast, accord-
ing to Louise Turner, '27, who is in
charge of the affair. Letters were;
sent to all of the organized houses
asking them to sign up if any of their
members whose mothers were coming
down for the house party, which many
of them are giving, would like to take
I them to the breakfast. The custom of
holding a May morning breakfast was
established several years ago, and
since then it has been given as a part
of the regular mothers' day program
of the University.
All of the rooms in Newberry hall
will be decorated with spring flowers
and used for the entertainment.
JOURNALISTS HONORED
Theta Sigma, honorary journalistic
society for women, initiated nine new
members yesterday afternoon at Mar-
tha Cook building.
The following students were declar-
ed members: Thelma Ellis, '27; Vir-
ginia Sands, '27; Florence Buttolph, (
'27; Esther Banks, '27; Margaret
Sherman, '27; Margaret Parker, '27;
Marion Welles, '28; Dorothy More-
house, '28; and Margaret Ocker, '27Ed.
Patronize Daily Advertisers -Adv.

STATE OFFICER OF CLUB
TO SPEAK AT LUNCHON
Mrs. M. C. Hollister of Grand Rapids
who is second vice-president of the
state of Michigna League of Womenf
Voters will be the principal speaker
at a luncheon to be given by the Uni-
versity branch of the organization
Thursday, May 13, at the Haunted Tav-
ern.
The affair will be mainly for the
purpose of allowing the present mem-
bers of the group to get better ac-E
quainted with each other, and to give
women who are interested in the
movement and are not at present
members, an opportunity to meet each
other and the old members.
Women wishing to attend are urged
to get in touch with Violet Kidder,
'26, or Mary Francis, '26. The price
of each plate will be 50 cents.
A meeting for the purpose of or-
ganizing the group for the work of
next year will be held at 8:30 o'clock
Monday night at Helen Newberry res-
idence. There will be reports from
the delegates who attended the na-
tional convention at St. Louis, and
the nominating committee will present
their candidates for officers next year.
An election will take place at that
time.

NOTICES
Pi Lambda Theta will hold its an-
nual elections at a picnic Wednesday
afternoon.
All golf classes will meet on the'
University golf course next week.
Busses will be at Barbour gymnasium
to take all classes, except the onef
meeting at 6:45 o'clock, down to the,
course.
Baseball practice for all women who
are out for interclass baseball will be
held at 9 o'clock this morning on Pal-
mer field. Practice is important as
games will commence May 13.

Two special rehearsals of the Uni-
versity Girls' Glee club will be held at
1 o'clock today at the Congregational
church, and at 4:15 o'clock Monday at
the School of Music.
Conipetitors for the interclass swim-
ming meet to be held Thursday night
in the Union pool must sign the post-
er at Barbour gymnasium or call Al-
leen Miller, 7817 immnediately. Free
style, breast stroke, back stroke, and
diving are listed in the. events. Try-
outs will be held from 8 to 10 o'clock
Monday and 8 to 10 o'clock Tuesday
morning in the Union pool or 7 to 8
o'clock Wednesday night at the Y. M.
C. A. pool.
Patronize Daily Advertlsers,-Adv.

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