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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER7, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DiAILY

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LEAGUE TO CAMPAIGNjDescribe Advantageous Features To Be
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Tomorrow marks the beginning of
the Life Membership: drive of the
Women's -eague, which will be con-
ducted this year by Evelyn Ogborn,
'28. During the next -two weeks
everyupper class womanwho has,
not already pledged to the fund will
be called upon and given the oppor-
tunity to take out a life member-
ship in the new League Building. I
The goal for this drive is $20,000,
which is the largest figure ever aimed
for in an undergraduate drive. l
It is -important to remember that
this year is the last one in which
to raise the remaining $235,000 nec-
essary to complete the million nec-
essary. For th4s reason an laddedt
zeal is evident in the plans of thes
committee and the enthusiasm of thet
workers.
Under the leadership of Miss Og-
born a central committee of ten
women have organized ten subcom-
mittees who will be responsible fora
calling upon all upperclass women.
A special committee, of nurses will "
take care of soliciting all the wom-
en taking the nurses training course.
No effort has been made in previouss
campaigns to reacb this group andk
those in charge felt that they shoulda
be made to feel as much a part of°
the University as women in othert
schools.o
Thesadvantages of holding Lifes
Memberships in the League will be
emphasized by the solicitors. Thet
building is planned and designed tot
offer the utmost in facilities forr
women on the campus, including
meeting places for undergraduate ac-
tivities as well as rooming accommo-
dations for returning alumnae. In
short, the new Women's league build-
ing will be to the women of the Uni-
versity what the Union is to the men.
With this purpose in mind, more
than 100 women will start tomorrow
on an intensive drive for $20,000, last-
ing until Nov. 20.
For the past few years women un-
der the supervision of the Undergrad-
uate Campaign committee in a spirit
of co-operation have very materially
aided in adding to the League Building
fund.
Mr. Guy Mullison of Mullison Rid-
ing Academy, gave 20 per cent to the
League for all riding tickets sold by
University women. Five hundred dol-
lars was received from Himhelhochs*
store in Detroit as percentage on
goods sold during the Christmas sea-
son through the efforts of Michigan
women.
Other contributions which are not
supervised by the committee but are
turned into the fund are the proceeds
from the Junior Girls' Play, the Pan-
Hellenic Ball and the Christmas ba-
zaar. Betsy Barbour House has made

CHANGE CLOSING CvHOUR
FOBSUNDAY NIGHT S
Official closing hours for the Univer-
sity women were change(l to 11 o'clock
on Sunday evenings by action of the
Board of Directors aind Board. of Rep-
resentatives of the Women's league in
a joint meeting yestIerday. The pro-
posed change from 10:30 to 10: 45
o'clock on week nights was voted
down.
This change from the old rule of
10:30 o'clock on Sundlay nights was
deemed necessary because of the fact
that social functions, and particularly
the theatres, do not close in time for
women to reach home within the lim-
ited time. The fact that the feature

of the bill is not shown until last oc-
casioned difficulty in keeping the old
regulation.
The proposed change of week-nightI
closing hours was rejected by a large
percent age. It was felt by the league
that Michigan's regulations are very
lenient when compared to rules in ef-
fect at other colleges. The change was
also vetoed as a detriment to study,
because the disturbance caused by
those coming in would keep the
houses noisy until too late an hour.
Y. Finance Drive
Ends Satisfactorily
Final reports from the four day fi-
xiance campaign of the Y. W. C. A.
showed the total receipts of the drive
t(, be $1781.05. Although this amount
loes not attain the goal set for the

campaign, the organization feels that
the results are decidedly satisfactory.
The success of the campaign is largely
due to the generalship of Edwina Hog-
adone, '28, and her efficient corps of
team workers.
The Y. W. C. A. wishes to thank the
women of the University for their sup-
port in the drive and for making it
possible to continue the work of the
organization through the coming year.
The Y. W. feels that this support indi-
cates a very real interest and sympa-
thy for the association and ita work
among the women on the campus.
That the present campaign has stimu-
lated this interest to a large degree is
shown by the number of women who
indicated their desire to become mem-
bers of the organization.

The following teams will play this
week. Monday, Nov. 8, Martha Cool
vs. Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa
Gamma v. Alpha Phi, Kappa Delta vs.
Helen Newberry Residence, Pi Beta
Phi vs. Chi Omega. Wednesday, Nov.
10, Delta Gamma vs. Delta Delta
Delta, Adelia Cheever vs. Alpha XI
Delta, Betsy Barbour House vs. Phi
Gamma Mu, Alpha Chi Omega vs.
Zone 6.
Howard McClusky wil address the
members and guests of the Y. W'. C. A.
at their weekly association which will
be held from 4 unitil 6 o'clock Monday
in Newberry hall. His subject will be
"New Levels of Energy."

NOTICES

New Women's League Building which is the goal of Michigan women.

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a gift of $100 a year for three years. room, a dining room for men and
By the efforts of all undergraduate women, a hostess' room and offices
women $5,000 was raised last year, overlooking the walled-in garden. On
and it is hoped that the same amount the west of the corridor is a large
will be made this year. concourse, for women only, flanked.
North University avenue between on the north by the women's private
the Mall on the west and Twelfth lounge and on the south by a lounge
street on the east will be the site of for both men and women.
the proposed Women's League build- On the third floor in the tower and
ing. The main entrance is from the occupying the space between the
"Mall," through a dignified low tower upper portions of the two lounges is
into a spacious chamber one step .to be a beautiful memorial library.
above the ground. From here one Directly across the corridor to the
goes up a few steps to the level of east, overlooking the garden is the
the ground floor. Here will be the Lea- room devoted to the alumnae with a
gue office, offices of other campus or- fireplace and appropriate furnishings.
ganizations, an information desk, per- This room is surrounded by service
sonal service rooms, a beauty shop, and committee dining rooms for var-
kitchenette service, and a tea room ious clubs and organizations having
and cafeteria for women and members a part in the league. Airy and invt-
of the league. At the north end is l ng bedrooms are on the fourth floor
the entrance to the theater portion for visiting guests of the league.
of the building and to the visitors' The building is expected to add
space about the swimming pool. greatly to the architectural beauty of
The second floor will be devoted the University campus, and it seems
to social purposes. Between the thea- certain that now another of the
ter at the north and the assembly greater needs of the University will
room at the south are the serving be supplied.
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The service here in Goodyear's, your
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And there is a great deal of satisfac-
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Second Week Begins Tomorrow Night

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Your Best Introduction
You need no means of identification-your clothes
are enough. At first glance the simple, elegant
lines of your coat, the pert sauciness of your hat,
the collar on your frock, your gloves, your handbag,
all join to tell quietly who you are. If one of these
is out of harmony, it spoils the picture. Beauty may
be only skin deep, but everyone knows that beauti-
ful clothes go hand in hand with good taste and
careful judgment. And it's a well-known fact among
the most fashionable women, too, that the selection
of the wardrobe at Mack's store is assurance in itself
that all will be correct.

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