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PAJY B L I Woman Skipper Enters ORCHESIS HOLDS ! I SHBEL MACDONALD ENTERS SPORTS PHID
OPENINGSE SSIONIe INWITHcAMERICANhGIRL'S ENTHUSIASM !
!iBcYi s Typ oftDant- pshbel MacDonald, despite aengona d stepped to the grod
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INVITES I HOpNR

Women's Athletic Association
to be Hostesses Today
to all Women.
NEW MEMBERS WANTED
Today's big social event is the
open house being held by the
Women's Athletic Association in
the lounge of the Women's Field
House. Last year's members of W.
A. A. will act as hostesses to all
who wish to drop in for tea, danc-
ing, and primarily, to get acquaint-
ed. W. A. A. wants to meet every
woman who can spare a few min-
utes during the afternoon from
3:30 to 6 o'clock.
Many new members are wanted
to help carry on the program that
is being planned for this year. W.
A. A. has already opened its sea-
son's work with a hockey tourna-
ment. Golf is being started Satur-
day, and the date for the opening
of the archery contest will be an-
nounced in a short while.
A tennis tournament is under
way; there is to be the annual
swimming meet; probably an in-
tercollegiate riflery challenge, and
Intermural and Intcrclas base-
ball and basketball.
Orchesis, which puts on a dance
drama each year, and Pegasus,
which gives an accomplished
Horse Show, are under W. A. A.
supervision.
Lantern night, the baseball ban-
quet that officially closes the
sports season, and the Penny Car-
nival, are all W. A. A. traditions.
A.A.U.W TO HOLD
JNITIAL MEETING
The Ann Arbor Association of
University Women will meet at
their first regular meeting ever
held in the Michigan League at 3
o'clock on Saturday, October 26, in
the Ballroom. The meeting will
start with a reception and the wel-
coming of new members.
Dr. Hereward Price, a new mem-
ber of the English department will
deliver the talk of the afternoon.
Dr. Price is in charge of the work
here on the Oxford Dictionary,
and has received his A.B. degree
in Oxford, England, and his Ph.D.
froni Bonn University, Germany.
His topic will be, "Germany Since
the Revolution."
All women eligible to member-
ship in the Association are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Rain Water
Shampoo
Finger Waving
Marcelling
and Facials
Call 9471
ANNA CAYER
213 Glen Our New Location

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This Season.
Orchsis held its first meeting of
the season with a group of more
that 50' women., including many

*,!handed her a basket of flowers.
Adopt New' Me asure in Regard cay, is just like any American girl -Her trip was completed in style
to Late P ermisioi on !jay at heart. When the opportunity when she was escorted to her
ad WekiEn Leavesy came to play, she entered into the father's car by a quartette of
and Week-End Leaves- ;game with all the enthusiasm and bagpipers, who had come to sere-
-- interest that any active girl would nade the premier.c
SUGGEST OTHER MOVES have.,

freshmen. This was an excellent ! - V - A -vWhen Miss MacDonald foundj
that she was to ride in the locomo- GIRL SMOKERS ISOLATED.
turnout, according to Miss Sylvia General suggestions regardmg tive that was to pull her father's Co-eds at Ohio University are
Adams, of the Physical Education changes in the house rules were of- special car from Syracuse to Roch- now forced to smoke behind closed
Department, who is in charge of fered at the meeting of the Board ester, she immediately set about doors and the following rules have
the group. of Representatives of the League 1to a suitable outfit. Her search been adopted. They must furnish
t A discussion was held concerning yesterday. This was the first meet- nthr h the private car, which is nadtedpey st
f ~the type of dancing that would 0c- ing of the year and was called for !the p_ .perty of G. H. Ingalls, vice- tin waste paper baskets; they may
cupy the attention of the club this ing president of the New York Central, not smoke in the parlor or dining
year. A majority of those present the purpose of organizing the new was rewarded by the discovery of rooms of the dormitories; they
k expressed an interest in classical group of women representatives. a golf sweater. Ingalls supplied a must provide themselves with
r_'_dancing, since they feel that there 1 Only one measure was passed cap, at Miss MacDonald's request,
is a larger field for originality and yesterday by the Board of Rep- and theBritish girl was ready for lighters instead of with matches;
interpretive work in this study. resentatives and ratified by the r dusty ride. and they must keep the odor from
Miss Peggy Worcester, of Los Since, however, many women Board of Directors upon the rec- Knowing that the ride would re- their clothes.
Angeles, who entered her sloop, would like to do popular dancing ommendation of the Advisers of quire heavy clothing, J. P. King,
Movie Star II, in the International a new group is to be formed. This Women. This is to the effect that fireman, suggested that Miss Mac-
star class races which just ended group will concentrate on such registering of Friday leaves at the Donald wear still more clothing.
in New Orleans, was the only wom- work as tap dancing, clogging, office of the Advisers has proved She accepted a coat offered by a
an skipper entered and other popular steps. The time unnecessarily inconvenient to the member of the crew, and then
-n of meeting will be announced defi- office and the girls, and that here- sprang into the cab before anyone
_ _ nitely in the near future. after the authority to make such could assist her.
Orchesis is making plans for an arrangements will be delegated to She helped Daniel Grace, the en-
18 NEW MEMBERS active year, and tentative plans (the househeads. gineer "pull" her father's traini
are already fomed for some sort This new ruling will go into ef- toward its destination by holding
"____of dance drama to be produced feet at once and will mnk it pos- her hand on the throttle, blowing
Eighteen new members have later on. sible for women to leave town for the whistle, and ringin the bell
b Orchesis will meet every Wednes- the week-end, or to get late per- as the train sped over the rails at
been admitted to Portia, literary day at 7:15 at Barbour Gym, be- mission for Friday nights, upon more than a mile a minute.
society for women. They are: Ruth ginning next week. the consent of the head of the Red-faced and smiling at the
Moore, '33; Mona Willis, '31; Alice house. . end of her speedy ride, Miss Mac-,iF

Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven and
Regent Esther H. Cram have been
1 sked to be guests of honor at the
opening reception of the Fac;;lty
Women's Club, on Thursday after-
noon, October 24, from 3 to 5
o'clock, in the Ball Room of the
Michigan League.
Other special guests of the club
on this occasion will be the new
women of the faculty, this .first
reception of the year always being
in the nature of a welcome to
them.
CO-EDS WEAR GREEN BUTTONS
Freshman Co-eds at Northwest-
ern university have adopted the fad
of wearing green buttons to an-
nounce their arrival on the campus.

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Schleh, '32; Margery Lincoln, '31; Michigan League. A reception and
Catherine Zimmer, 33; Dorothy program will follow.
Runkle, '32; Katherine Rentscheler, Portia is planning an extensive
'33; Margaret Gray, '31; Elma G. program for this year, stressing
Royle, 31; Helen Joy Eberly, '31; literature, dramatics, and talks by
Kathryn Brinley, '32; Annetta prominent faculty members. The
Diekhoff, '33; Winona Gerhardt, entire history of Portia as a cam-
'30; Margaret Keat, '33; Jean Mar- pus society is being written by
row, '33; Eleanor Corcilius, Kath- Mary Kent-Miller, honorary mem-'
M eryn Kunert, '33, and Leone Dack- ber of the society.
f eray, '30. This year 35 women tried out forj
Initations for new members will membership in the society. Nadinej
be held at 7:30 o'clock on Tuesday, 'Stewart, '30 Ed., is president, and'
October 22, in the Cave at the i Helen Bare, '30, vice-president.

KINNEY FOOTWEAR
POPULAR PRICES
FOR MEN AND WOMEN

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Colors in
Black
Green
and
Red
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Pair

$4.98

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vamn with Suede Quar-
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Saddle. Baby Louis Heel.

Hand
Turned
Soles
in
Brown Kid
Black Kid
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and
Lizzard
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WE'RE BETTING ON
Ml,-JHG AN
Ann Arbor's Newest Specialty 'Shop
for the Co-eds

Men's
ScotCh Grai
Oxfords
in Black and Tan
$3.98, $4.98 and
$5.98
AA to D Wide

Gym Shoes
79c to $2.98
For Men and Women
HIKING SHOES
For Women $5.98
For Men $4.98 to $5.98

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360 FAMILY STORES

5 BIG FACTORIES

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Over a hundred smartly styled gowns in an at-
tractive October Sale that will save you dollar. Every
gown is of our regular high quality-not the thrown
together dresses you ordinarily find in sales. You'll
prot by the reductionsd
Three Splendid Lots

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$14

$18

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EADY FOR THE KIK-F
Campus followers-Campus leaders-All turn out for the football game in the smartest of fashions.
The tweed coat vies with the caped coat of pile fabric for favor-while suits of rich woolens enjoy a distinc-
tion all their own.
First you make the thrilling choice of coat and frock. Then your hat must equal your costume-choice
in chic. That's no task at all if you choose your complete outfit here. Every ensemble has been planned so
carefully that there are Hats, Shoes, Hand Bags, Gloves and the intimate accessories that are so important.

At Anniurr~y Pices

Re cgiar~ly Priced M\uch .I-figher

tecther Coatsh

All
coats.
wear.

the colors in high grade leather
These for sport and general
Regular $20 Quality for
$14-85

%T%,,-tham Silk Hose
Ask to see the new No. 870-
in all the popular fall shadings.
A $2.50 Value for
$1.95

THESE WINNING NUMBERS
ARE MODERATELY PRICED

COATS
FROCKS

$5800

to $15950

$ 75
>17 to

$5950

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