Mrs. Frances Bernard Directs
Women's University Association
The American Association of Un-
iver.ity women have made plns to co-
operate wi'ith all national edu«calioal
agcencies- Mrs. Frances Fenton Bern-
ard who. was recently appointed secre-
tary of the American Association of
University womcn will coordinate the
educational activitk s of the branchesz
ior women called by Catherine Staf- FIRST JLEAGUL E DANCE TO Michigan Song Books, Memorg
ford, chairman of the Junior Girls' BE HELD WEEK FROM FRIDAY Books, Book Ends, and Jewelry at
play committee, at 4 o'clock tomorrow Bookrs, ooAd sadveelya
afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell Women's League dances will not
hall, begin until a week from Friday due to SIURERT. Night 50-75-S1.00
the Junior advisor's party which will ; G A N.Pop. Mats.Tues,, Thurs
Today's rehearsals for "The Knight be held this Friday. The opening Opposite Cada'Hoted Sat.,26an 77S
Of The Burning Pestle" are schedul- League dance will be an attractive THE BONSTELLE CO
ed as follows: 3 o'clock Act III, affair, featured by a style show, for n the play that iade NewYork laugh two year:
scenes 1, 5; 4 o'clock, Act III, scene 2. which plans are now being made. Iv- "EAST IS WEST"
cry F'riday afternoon during the com- Asyplayed by Fay lainter
Just before the Illinois game, Fri- ing year League dances will be held
day, October 27, the Hallowe'en Danc- n Barbour gymnasium and special GARNRI Mt'.,. o:'.. 0
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ing Party at Dexter. Kennedy's Soci- pr::'ammcs are being arranged to'Mat. 50 to $2.00
ety Six Piece Orchestra will furnish precede the dancing.
the music. Hats, whistles, and every- loILgOM ( hN )
thing for fun. Busses leave Calkin's Subscribe for Whimsies tody.-- With JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT and EVA
Drugtcrdat o.m.-Am.eA .oNx. LEGALLENNE
Drug Store at 8 p. m.-Adv. Adv. Next Week--Greenwich Village Follies
JUST THE PLACE FOR THAT
LUNCH AND CUP OF HOT CHOCO-
LATE OR COFFEE THESE
of the Association and will also co-op-
erate with the other national educa-
Mrs. ernard is a gradnate of Vas-
sar . College and received her Ph.D.
from the University of Chicago in 1910.
Her husband, Professor Luther Lee
Bernard, is well known as the profos-
sor of sociology at Minnesota Univer-
sity. Mrs Bernartl formerly taught
English at the Normal schodil in Man--
Lato, Minh., and also at Mt. Holyoke
College. She is the author of many
sociological articles which have ap-
peared at various times in "The Sur-
v ey," The American Sociology Journ-
al, and various scientific papers-
The University women feel they
made a wise choice in Mrs. Bernard
according. to the reports from their
headquarters in Washington.
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Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m
Things you 'II want to
wear to the game
Mrs. Frances FentouI Bernard
$4 918 . f . A DRIVE
A campaign drive to raise funds for
the local chapter of the Y. W. C. A.
was launched last night at a banquet
held in Barbour gymnasium. Over 700
tickets were sold for the occasion, and
the large number .of girls turning out
for the affair assured the success of
Ddrothy Jeffries, '24, chairman of
the affair, explained the purpose of
the campaign. The general team is
divided into sub-teams, each repre-
senting a color of the rainbow. Sub-
scription work will be started today,
a personal call being made upon each
girl of the campus to solicit her sub-
Everyone interested in the finance
drive will be able to keep in close
touch with the progress of the various
teams by means of a billboard which
is to be placed today in front of New-
berry Hall. Each team is to rep-
resented by a ribbon which Is some-
color of the rainbow and this in turn
leads 'to the pot of, gold, the $4,000
Miss Mary Ross, general secretary
of the student Y. W. C. A., explained
that the work of this orgadaton-
has "a world wide, and campus wide
purpose. She emphasized the wish
that every girl on the campus may
become a member of the student Y.
W. C. A. and may cooperate in its
The program for the present year
was briefly outlined by the president,
Margaret Whyte, '23, Miss Whyte ex-
plained tlrat extensive plans are be-
ing made for social service work, co-
operation with charity organizations
at Christmas time, girl reserve work,
world fellowship work, student and
industrial cooperation, and a bible
Mrs. Marion L. Burton, represent-
ing the jadvisory committee, gave a
short talk to the girls.
Students Announce Engagement
Announcement has been made ofj
the engagement of Shirley Salisbury,
'24, and Royce R. Shafter, '23M. Miss
Salisbury is a member of the Alpha
Chi Omega sorority, Sigma Delta Phi
and Masques. Mr. Shafter is ,A mem-
ber of the Phi Chi fraternity and the
At tfte Library today. Subscriptions
taken for Whinsies.-Adv.
Any women interested in doing
Americanization work between 3:30
and 5:00 o'clock tis afternoon are
requested to call Charlotte Ernann
at 2338. F
Dr. Iden will hold his regular Bible
class at four o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in the Y. W. C. A. room at New-
An important meeting of the Girls',
Mandolin club will be held at 4:45 o'-
clock this afternoon in Newberry 'all.
If convenient, members are requested
to bring $1.00 for dues. Members are
also requested to be excused by the
president if they are unable to come.
There will be a meeting of all jun
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WEDNESDAY - ITIIRSDAY
"THE SILVER CAR"
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The Michigan colors - maize and blue -
you'll want to wear the symbol of your
school and an attractive bow of yellow
and blue ribbon is unequalled. And if you
are carrying a yellow'muin you will want a
rosette of ribbon to tie about the steti.
We are showing bi-color ribbon one inch in
width in all satin style and also the separate
colors in satin ribbons from !/to 2 inches
wide. The separate colors look especially
well when tied together. You will find at
our ribbon counter just-The sort of Michigan
colors that you will ernjoy wearing.
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Thnings you 'II want jo
wear to the game
'Your gloves should be gauntlet style for
they are warmer and besides are quite the
vogue for the coming season. Cape leather
gauntlets without linings come in a number
of styles, plain and novelty and are priced
from $2.50 to $5.00.
We are showing a very attractive cape leath-
er gauntlet with a knitted wool lining which
is unusually warm. The style is new and
very popular. These gloves are priced $4.75.
And you'll surely want a Twinette rouge
and compact powder vanity. These vanity
cases are scented "As-the-petals" and con-
tain a good-sized mirror, a large powder
compact and puff and a small rouge compact
and puff. They are priced $1.25. Then
too, you'll want a Pomade stick to keep
your lips from chapping and they are priced
Warm hose are very essential and you will
bh sure to want a pair of silk and wool or all
wool hose. They co e in plain and fancy
weaves in heather, brown, grey, camel,
nude, navy and black and are piiced from
1.50 to $4.50.
Coats for the Game
Must Be smart
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The college girl has many needs for sports coats -'there are many oc-
casions during the year 'when she will nos t enjoy herself if she is cor-
rectli clad in a tailored coat of heavy material. There is a certain girl-
ish saving to sports coats. that makes them so very smtrt in appearance.
Our ready-to-wear section is showing tailored coats of heather mixtures,
tweeds, polo cloth and English over-coat material. These coats are
belted, have convenient pockets, are nicely lined, 'and are very noder-
ately priced. Such a coat may be wori both during the fall and winter
and in the spring - it has no particular season. Prices range from
$25.00 up to $45.00.
Sweaters Are Warm
A sweater to wear under your coat will be very acceptable if the weatheir
is severe and you will find it handy all winter long. There are mrany
styles of sweaters from which to make your selection - both plain and
fancy weaves, and all of the popular colons.
Your footwear must be carefully chosen
it must be modish and yet appropriate to the
occasion. A pair of one-strap pumps in two
shades of brown will be quite right. They
have low heels and medium toes and are
Perhaps you wish black shoes and in that
case a pair of black oxfords in the Blutcher
cut style will answer the purpose well. They
have low heels with rubber lifts and medium
toes: They are of a good quality calfskin
and are priced $7.00.
The hat that you wear to the game must be
fashionable, 'tis ' , but it should also be
cormr r bh'-nc n opriate else you will
not emOn th;'i g, .
A . T hI t cf , c r or scratch felt will bI
e.:r:aly 2 : i.t. There are so many
styles and colors from wvhich to select one
and there are so many types of trimmings,
feathers, velvet, rietalic ornaments, and oth-
er new modes of adornment that you will
be crite intrigued with these hats. Prices
from $10.09 to $15.00.
Frocks 15-22 5o
A smart new rough fabric
that gracefully assumes simple
line's. Some trimmed with -gay
embroidery. In sizesA14 to 17
In the slipover style there are sweaters of brushed wool and of the plain
yarn. These sweaters may be worn with a skirt' in place of a blouse
Some are one color while others cleverly combine two different shades.
Priced from $2.95 up.
You'll appreciate a brushed wool scarf at
the game if it is cold and at any rate you
will enjoy wearing an attractive scarf.
One thing that you must not forget to sup-
ply yourself With is a blanket to make the
hard seat more comfortable or to wrap about
your feet if the weather is cold.
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