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PRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TO GIVEBENEFIT DANCE
FOR LEGUEBUILDING
Michigan students and Ohio State
visitors will find opportunity to dance
from,9 to 12 o'clock Saturday, Nov.
14, the day of the O. S. U. game, at
Barbour gymnasium. The undergrad-
uate campaign fund committee is
giving the dance for the benefit of the
Women's league, and as the local
dance floors will undoubtedly be
crowded, the affair is expected to be
well attended. Spero's Music Mastersk
have been engaged as the orchestra.
Marion Wells, '28, is general chair-
man of the dance and the committee
chairmen are as follows: Eleanor
Verdier, '27, decorations; Dorothy
Baird, '28, publicity; Elizabeth Cronin,
'28, refreshments; and Alice Callen-
der, '27, patrons.
The patrons and patronesses are j
Dean Jean Hamilton, Mrs. Amy Ho-
bart, Doctor Margaret Bell, Miss
Grace Richards, Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, Miss Louise Patterson, Mr. D.
W. Bronk and Mrs. Bronk, Mr.' A. L.
Clark and Mrs. Clark, Mr. H. C. Bar-
nett, and Mr. R. A. Sawyer and Mrs.
Sawyer.
Alumnae To Give
Reunion Dinner
At Betsy Barbour
'Alumnae of Betsy Barbour housel
who will be in Ann Arbor for the Navy
game are planning a reunion and gen-
eral "get-together"; tomorrow, at the
dormitory. The reunion will be in the
form of a Hallowe'en dinner. The{
holiday spirit will be carried out in
the decoration of the dining room, but,
in order to preserve the informality of
the occasion, there will be no pro-
gram. Mrs. Charles Hoffer; '23, of
Detroit, president of the Betsy Bar
bour alumnae association which was
formed last spring, is in charge of
the reunion.

Bricker Reports
Better Work In riErInutani fhIH N
Women's Riflery; vEWIH MOioI011V D LL
Women are doing better work in --O--
riflery this year than last, although Frances Parrish, '27, has been ap-
not so many are enrolled in the class- pointed as general chairman of the All house athletic managers are
es, according to Capt. L. M. Bricker, Pan-Hellenic ball to replace Jean asked to att 4'nd an irnportah meeting-
the rifle coach. Several women have Kyer, 27, who was unable to under- no b hl a o'lgymnas
noon01 in Ba rbour gymnasiumn.
now completed enough preliminary take that position on account of hav-
training to know how to shoot in all g too great a number of activitymW
the four positions, prone, sitting,!points. Miss Kyer xvas appointed All women are invited to the Wo-
kneeling, and standing, and have been about two weeks ago and plans were men's League l-iallowe'en party from
puton he qua I oniwhih lterwell under way when it was found 4 to 6 o'clock today in Barbour gym-
ut on tesqua dom hih aere e hri { o na
the team will be chosen.i she could not carry this position along' nasium: Dance music will be fur-
hewmnnthsqasofri with her other activities. ' nished by the V6omen's League or-
due uil as, '71errd The ball will be held the night after! chestra, an~d a oe-act play, 'C)lum-
Benham, '29E, MVary Alshousc, 2 rEd,! Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, at Granger's. Ibine" v ill be presented by Mummers;
Anna Wheeler, '26,MaurineJones, '28, The entire Pan-Hellenic committee Dramatic society. Refreshments wvill
Frances Gorsline, 26, Francis Huff,8 will meet at 4 o'clock every Thursday be served.
'26, Elsie Nicholson, '27,W Caroline in Barbour gymnasium from now until
Steen, '27, Maryrose Le Beau, '26, the ball takes place to discuss plans. Owing to a mistake, is was report-
o s, ', arol Claver, Little investment-big returns, h ed in yesterday's Daily that intra-
and Josephine Garst, '26. Many other 1 iteivstetbgrtunTenEil Poc'key gaines scheduled forl
women are don- satisfactory work, Daily Classifieds-Adv. We(Inesdry would bo played today.
according to Captain Bricker, but no
woman is eligible for the squad until
she can shoot in all the positions.
Matches between the three classes
of women electing rifle practice, and
the one special class for physical edu-
cation students will be held soon, ac-
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cording to Captain Bricker.
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Y Yor har shuldDetroits Smartest Ballroom
be waved in the
latest manner by

Only the games previously scheduled' come to the meeting at 4 o'clock to-1 entertainment will be given for them
for today will be played today, and day in the Press building. as well as for the week-end guests'
these scheduled for last Monday and of Betsy Barbour women.
Wednesday will be played whenever Swimming tickets may be had for
possible, the date to be announced $5 from 3:30 to 5 o'clock any day this Announcement has been made of
later. week, and the first of next week in the marriage of Edna M. Morency,
--Barbour gymnasium. '24, and Dr. Thomas B. Pausvek,
Masque's play reheasal, act I, will '24M. Miss Morency is a member of
be held at 4 o'clock today in Univer- Alumnae who were formerly resi- the Theta Phi Alpha sorority and
sity Hall. Idents of Betsy Barbour house and Pausvek of the Phi Chi fraternity.
who are returning for the Navy game
All women who signed up as try- will gather for a reunion at Betsy Want a room? Read Page Seven
outs for tire 'Ensian are expected to Barbour house Saturday night. An and use the Classified columns.-Adv.

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FIILLEN'S BUSY STORE

Would a game be a game if the audience was
not pretty largely made up of stunning little fur-
coated figures with pink cheeks and sparkling eyes
beneath their perky hats? Certainly the game would
not be a game to almost any one of these same
radiant creatures if she were not happily conscious
that her sports outfit had the smartest, newest,
most footballish air imaginable.
Fur Lined -Fingers will not heed the bite of an
icy-toothed blast if they are snugly
Ciol' S nestled ?[l 1 of :ape kin gloves,
f E'ee -lie:l b' fur-li ted. Prc-s r nge upward from
lats You'll want an unusually clever hat, the
kind your friends will notice. When they
search for you in the stand, they'll find you by the
metellic gleam of your hat. Priced upward from
$7.50.
1 CIzkLs Blankets are mighty nice to have late
in the afternoon when the wind sweeps
around thin-clad ankles. A dark plaid steamer
blanket is just the thing you wait to keep warm.
$5.50 to $12.00.
Chic Scarf., A scarf smartly worn tight around
the neck is a direct route toward
attaining chic. The tiny new muffler and the longer
silk scarfs are equally fashionable. Priced from
$4.50 up.
Cai 1-leies'-Even the little handkerchief must
add its bit of gayety to the foot-
ball costume. French prints are particularly clever
and the plain and fancy silks are very colorful.
From 35c to $1.25.
ichigan Mums Not only a display of colors,
but a charming- accessory as
well. These yellow chrysanthemums are finding
general favor for wear to the game and afterwards.
Have one Saturday for $1.00.
Sporisy Hosiery In warm plaids and plain col-
ors, silk and wool hosiery seem
to be made just for football games. You can choose
F:rom a variety of shades in prices ranging from
$1.00 to $3.25.
Coas- Many are the games you watch
while brisk winds try to find
Fur Trimmed their way down your neck and
up your sleeves. Now is the time to select a good-
looking, warm coat in a fur-trimmed model. Priced.
$29.75 up.

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Careful research has proven to us that $25.00 is a popular price for Women's Coats.
With this fact in mind we determined to secure the utmost in style and value to

feature at this price-

Pigskin Cloves Something new! These gloves
r e c o m m e n d themselves for
games because they're heavy and durable. Priced
$5.00. Attractive doe skin gloves, also in slip-on
style, are smart at $3.25.
Raccoon Furs A stunning coat with a huge
collar that reaches ub to the
brim of your jaunty hat is just the coat for the
game. You'll keep snug and warm even after the
sun goes (down behind the stands.
Maize-Blue Everybody around you must know
that you are cheering for Michigan.
Wearing the maize and blue ribbons is a very fem-
inine way of displaying your loyalty. Bi-colored
streamers sell at 25c a yard.
Zipper Boots If your feet are warm and dry
you'll enjoy the game in perfect
comfort. Zippers -have returned for another sea-
son-in cloth tops and all-rubber styles-in time
for Saturday's game.
The Tea Frock you will want to slip into a
charming little afternoon frock
for the house tea after the game. For teas and

$25.00

We Have Some 300 Magnificently Fur-Trimmed Coats.

Values Up to $35.00.

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