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? .SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1926

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TO DORMITOfIS TIE WRecognition Service
0-0INHOC[YCAE IWil elcome New
MembersTo Y. W.
'Betsy Barbour Defeats Alpha Xi Delta As the final association meeting of
By Score of 4-0; Zone 15 the month, the Y. W. C. A. will hold a
Wins by Forfeit recognition service from 4 until 6
o'clock tomorrow in Newberry hall.
ANNOUNCE NEW SCHEDULE At this time the new members of the
organization will be welcomed by the
members.
With both teams playing a strong, A program in keeping with the gen-
determined game Helen Newberry eral spirit of the day has been ar-
Residence and Martha Cook Dormitory I ranged by the committee in charge.
held each other tosa 0-0 score at hoc- !Barbara Hewitt, '28, will play a violin
key yesterday. The Newberry team I selection, and Pauline Darbyshire, '30,
wore uniforms of black tunics. Their will give a vocal solo. Following the
defense and front line work was "ex- musical part of the program, Mrs.
ceptional. Harriet Donaldson, , '27, Dorothy Wulp, associate secretary of
played a brilliant game for Martha the Y. W. C. A. will explain the pur-
Cook and Alice Blome, '30, of the op- pose of the organization and what it
posing side played well in her position can do and be to its members. Cynthia
as center. Smith, '27, president of the student Y.
In the game between Betsy Barbour W. C. A. will discuss the resources of
House and Alpha Xi Delta the former the association and what it would like
team proved to be the stronger and to mean to the campus.
won by a score of 4 to 0. The losers To symbolize the spirit of recogni-
were constantly hard-pressed to de- tion and welcome, a candle light serv-
fend their goal, but had several dis- ice, will be conducted by the presi-
tinguished players; Ethel Crowe, '29, dent. Not only members of the or-
Leona Sherman, '27Ed, Esther Gra- ganization but all women on campus
hari, '27.' Hirma 'Grabrowsky, '28, who are interested in the Y. W. C. A.
Frances Miller, '29Ed, and Mildred are cordially invited to come to the
Hardy, '29, showed consistent !laying i meeting and take part in the pictures-
on the Betsy Barbour team. Audrey que procession of candles.

WILL USE LEAGUE
SYSTEM IN RIFLE
Rifle matches will be conducted on
the league system this year by the Na-
tional Rifle association of America.
This new method provides for a regu-I
lar schedule of matches, each univer-
sity having one match with every oth-
er university in the league. Final
standings will be based on victories
and not on th3 aggregate number of
points. Conditions will call for teams
of ten or less, with the five high
scores being counted each week. Allj
matches are to be fired in the weekI
fixed by the schedule and the unof-
ficial score mailed or telegraphed to
arrive not later than the following
Friday night. The results of the week's
firing will be telegraphed to each
manager Saturday morning.
Rifle is the only sport on the cam-
pus in which we have intercollegiate
matches.

Plan Annual Spread
For Frosh Women
Plans are rapidly being completed
for the Freshman spread, the annual
reception of the sophomores to the
in-coming University women. This
year the spread will be an informal
party and will take plae.e Friday, Oct.
29. The members of the Spread com-
mittee are as follows: Ellen Grinnell,
general chairman; Elizabeth Smither,
finance chairman; Cynthia Hawkins.
favors; Helen Brown, invitations;
Marie Hartwig, refreshment; Jean
Hathway, program and dance; Mary
Alice Moore, decoration; Mary Pto-
lomy, attendance; Lucille Beresford,
publicity.
The next meeting of this committee
will be held tomorrow. Watch the
Daily for further announcements.

Such Excellence
In home cooking and such attractive surroundings as
can be found here make us myriads of friends on the
campus.
Tu** es

Wright, '29, Dorothy Bloom, ''29, and
MildredHardy were responsible for
the goals.
Zone 8 forfeited to Zone 15 in the
game scheduled for yesterday morn-
ing.

Graduate Students
Form Social Group

338 Maynard

The second round of Intramural Promoting good-fell
hockey games will be played off this friendship among the gra
coming week. All games will be play- of the University, 50 me
ed in the same league but the teams Graduate Women's club
will be matched differently. The sched- to organize formally at N
ule follows: as the second gathering c
Monday at 4 o'clock, Zones 3 and 7 'constitution was adopted.
combined vs Kappa Kappa Gamma, for the present semester
Kappa Alpha Theta vs Alpha Chi as follows: President
Omega. Wilson; vice president,
Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, Alpha Gam- j Buck; secretary-treasu
na Delta vs Zeta Tau Alpha, Kappa Green.
Delta vs Helen Newberry, 5 o'clock,
Pi Beta Phi vs Delta Gamna, Zone 7 SERVICE
vs Delta Zeta.
Friday at 4 o'clock, Adelia Cheever Headquartei
vs Zone 7, Phi Gamma Mu vs Alpha
Phi. 5 ,o'clock, Delta Delta Delta vs $ 4
Theta Phi Alpha, Zone 11 vs Chi Portable
Omega.
Saturday at 10 o'clock, Betsy Bar- Rd ger's Pen I
>our vs Zone 15, Alpha Xi Delta vs
Zone 8. SERVICE

owship and
duate women
mbers of the
met together
ewberry Hall
of the year. A
, and officers
were elected
, Elizabeth
Mrs. Emma
urer, Hazel
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Sparkling with rhinestones in straight
line or two-piece styles, gowns beauti-
fully artistic in effect are worn with
wraps extremely flattering, bloused and

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of saving. That is by using his head; by managing his financial

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Topcoats
Large plaids and small plaids. Bold plaids and
subdued, Ombre plaid, and block plaid. All are
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