"SUYNDAY, JANUARY 30, 1927
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
1 1111 RIP
ALUMNAE -TO 'MEET AT
P res. Little; in Address, Kireo i s
Need Of Women's Building F'or
E ntire University
"Interest now in the building proj-
ect of the women of the University of
:Michigan, is not in 'the benefit which!
-t4hey will receive from such a struc-
ture but the benefit which it offers to
'th o University as a whole," said Pres-
i"ilet Clarence Cook Little before the
members of the alumnae council, the
advilsory board of the building as-,
,;ociation and their guests at a lunch-
c rony held in the interim of business
lrcatings, yesterday at the Union.'
President Little further outlined,
the Women's league building as the
w~zceusof a proposed dormitory sys-
'tein for women, the recommendlation
ci which, will probably reach the
legislature this year. "It is a project
for the University and as such is of
course, of vital interest to the men,"
hie repeated. Prof. H. E..Riggs, who
,,aso spoke 'at the luncheon emipha-1
Sized the growing support which the
men of the alumni association' were
giving to the women.
F'or the benefit of the alumnae
r =carers who attended the meetings
iz'the lunicheon, the work of the
LUNCHEON TOI DISCUSScomPile Results
Intramural basketball wille
FO'E G E UL IG semester begins. At this timeE
63I______I'1 ___teamupon ifohwseekre teo
Li1 (Al zi~LGEment has played three gms The
j ~~Creak aiinne have lowin ae he standings of eacht
formed anto (late:
I BI' is rnly on,. weJ old, but has Wo o4D
im .le a p)heniomenial record at Mrtha Cook 3 0
Igctl hug subscribtienrs. I he groupenNw ry 3 0
Zone 15 3 0
E lo,04-e I COO to the League fund 0
Iat 4 :30 o'clock one afternoon andi An
ihad the -n raised by the follow- Btyfabu
Ya lOi Zeta Tan Alpha 3 0
' The I lantiacgs as >ociation has ! Kappa Delta 3 0
Ira edi $67,1 vwithin the )awt month j Adelia Cheever 2 1
and(Xl CCr_ 1t topledge $1000, soon. Zne162I
Couzens Hall 1 1
_______ ---iDelta Delta Delta 2 1
Zone 6 1 .1
t v( secetary,, she is abile to show Sigma Kappa 1 1.
tht $50 of~ the total $207 can be al- i Kappa Kappa
iocatecd to her own life membership. Ph Gamma M 1 1
Most of the mnetng was devoted to Pi Beta Phi 1 1
the reports of the various Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi 1 1
alumna groups who are working on Delta Zeta 1 2
the Women's league (drive. Accord- Gamma Phi Beta 0 2
ing to Mrs. Smith, the reports were Alpha Epsilon Iota 2 1
more than satisfying and showed Alpha Gamma Delta 0 1
a 'deep interest in the work. Theta Phi Alpha 1 1
1 qr.i. Henderson Sek Zone 14 0 1
Mrs W 1. Hndrsn, xeutve ppa Alpha Theta 0 3
Mrs. . I) Hendrson exectiveAlpha Chi Omega 0 0
secretary of the alumnae council, gaveDetGam 0 2
the report of the official committee.! Phi Signma Sigma 1 1
To date, theres is a little less thanAlha Xi Delta 0 2
$200,000 left to raise on the million.f AlphaEpioPh 0 3
Of! MANAGES EASTERN'
e s LUMBER COMPANYI
Will Exhibit Ioderlcl1b. It will begin at 9 o'clock and I
( admission will be $1.
Art In Club MN/eeting 1 Michigan~ Dames will be entertained
byDr. and Mrs. Herbert Mallory, Feb.
2, at their home on Washtenaw avenue.
Au art exhibition will lbe the ain! A tallk on their recent trip will be giv-
attraction of the February meeting ofI en by the host and hostess All Mich-
- ! igan Dames and their guests are re-
the Faculty Woman's Club, which wil! quested to meet at 7:30 o'clock at P~il-
be held at 3 o'clock in the west gallery grim hall, 608 E. William St. to take a
of the Alumnae Memorial hall. The special bus to the Mallory home.
class in design of this section, whol
have worked under Jean Paul Slusm Subcribe for The Michigan Daily.
of the School of Architecture will exa- __________________
hibit batiks, Christmas cards andj ,
plates carved from linoleum blocks
NOT ICES I-Good Hon,
The Life Saving class will meet at 81 is the featurea
1o'clock Thursday at the Union pool, mnsaeaw
as usual.!meu ar al ,
The elinination basketball tourna- our dishes tasty.,
ment will begin n the first Wednesday some meals try
of the second semester. Participants
are requested to watch The Daily for
the time schedule.rr, T P
The Symphonic League bulletin 1 1) 1 _
wrhich is issued at the end of every
semester, is now on sale at the School 338Mi
A dance for faculty and alumnae will
lie sponsored 'Tuesday, Feb. 1, at
G rangers by the Faculty Women's
The la.tes . .t iiiz ba1b~snw
being carried hby woin nt ii1Londonz
are fashioned of1ar.
Evening; robes of ro :-i mvlt
are being r ce i ed with ra f ''in.
hA new spring amnhl-ae
haf coat., has made its pern i
Subser~be for the 'Tiehligntu I):ai1c.
at Tuttle's. Our
.ys tempting and
For good whole-
IThe new manager of "'he Square
Lumber Company of Coney Island isl
Miss Cecil King, 23 years ol. in spite1
of the fact that this is the sometimes
styled "conservative" east. :Mies King
attributes her success to her theoiry
that "you can always do whatever you
set your heart to do."I
This has been her motto since site
was 11, at which age she made h,-r
first sale undler adverse conditions in
an aunt's specialty shop. She has bees
with the Square Lumbier Company
since she was 16 years old. andl now
I I ~..
undergraduate women was reviewed jnere, again, the growing interest of
: velyn Murray, '27, president of the men was shown by the pledges
the Women's league, Catherine' Kel- of the Columbus, Grand Rapids,
der, '27. chairman of the undergradu- Philadelphia and Detroit alumni clubs
ate campaign committee, and Evelyn, as well as the generous gifts from
;fi o&~rn, '28. chairman of the life-! other Michigan men, and the perform-
? neilhbership drive who was able toj ance which Mimes dramatic society
report the successful membership gave for the benefit. of the League
drive held here, in the fall. Accord- building. "It is this cooperation "of
into" Miss Ogborn, the undergradu- every graduate. interested in Michi-
ates are' planirjg to double their gan that will put our building
pledge of $20,000 in the next drive. across," said Mrs. Henderson.
Hold Business Meeting "It is a friendly roadl that I am ask-,
y he business meeting of the alum- 1iz~g you to take," she told the work-
niac council ,and group representatives; ers assembled there, "a road which
was held yesterday morning at 10 leads, not only to a Women's league
o'clock: in Alumni Memorial hall. Mrs. building for the University of Michi-
Shirley M Smiith, national president gan, but a road that has confidence in
of the alumnae council, presided at the future of youth. Our object, thenI
the meeting. Under the head of 01(1 for June is, $1,000,000 in pledges,
husiess, the matter of giving a life: $500,000 paid in and earning interest,
~membership to those who had raised the first spade of earth turned, the
$27 in the first campaign and 'the, architects plan approved, the site
yfollowing. resolution adopted: Any i given to the women of the University
alumna who has completed her $207]I by the regents, and most of all, a unit-
pledPge may receive her life member- ed and understanding band of Michi-
ship, if by conference with the. axecu- gan women"
LEAGUE WORKER DIES
Word was received here yesterday' has full charge of running the concern
of the death of Mrs. Carl Koessler '02,1 for the owner.
of Chicago. Mrs. Koessler was the de- I- ____
signer of a monumental map of Ann fund. She was an ardent worker for
Arbor which she presented to the Wo-thLeg.
men's League and which has been sold' te -eaue
by them for the benefit of the building Subscribe for the Michigan Daily,
w ~That is done by skilled workers insures the utpnost
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= Our hand laundry methods are appreciated by
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THE YEAR'S GREATEST PICTURE
5 NICKELS ARCADE
Founded on the
ploy of the wane title by i,1XI'el .Aderson
andI Laurence i-Allings
Stirring Symphony Accompaniment arid
Read in this Issue -what " Saturday 'Night's" critic flhinks ofit --
You'll agree with imz.
ALL SEATS RESERVED) ANID SOLD) IN AI)YA C2
Nights, 50c, $1 and $1.V atinees, 50c; 75t' and ,$1.
? s 4-
Every rack of WINTER APPAREL must be cleared,
without regard to profit or cost. This February sale offers
final disposal of ALL WINTER COATS AND
w DRESSES at
Woodward at Eliot
P LA YHOU4VS E
BPace Your Orders Now
for Party Pictures
Onte of tMe Real hilts of New York Last Seasonl, Playing More
Thani 300 Performances tit thle Booth Thical re, 'New York.
rAD A Nr.rcrn
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I Ily Barry Connors (Author of I'Appie auvc')