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November 06, 1931 - Image 5

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Aen Newberry Houses
Has Charge.
TO BE FURNISHED

TENNIS MATCHES
DRAWTO CLOSE
Winners of Class Tournaments'
Enter Quarter-Finals.

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Invitation Is Extended to Every
Campus Woman to Attend
Monthly Affair.

Tennis activities are well under
way with the quarterfinals of the'
fall tournament.
The tournament ir the classes is
almost com~plete and the eight win-
ners will enter the quarterfinals
with those from outside the classes.
The 16 winners will be notified
whom they are to play.
"We ask that the women play
off their sets as soon as possible,"
stated Miss Marie Zettler, instrue-
tor in the physical education de-
partment, "since theaweather con-
ditions are such that women will'
not have much more time to play
off their matches."
This is thehfirst year that there
has been a complete tournament in
-he fall. Jean Porter, '34, and Miss
Zettler are in charge of the plans.
NOTICE
F'in'al round of the golf: tour-
nament was postponed from,
Wednesday, until next Wednes-
day,'Nov. 11. Seven women have
qualified. The entrants will meet
SAt 3:45 o'clock'at Barbour gym-
lasium.

Dues for 1932 Junior Girls' Play
to Be Collected Monday
by Committee.
All junior women whether they
are eligible or ineligible will be
called on to pay their dollar dues
for the 1932 Junior Girls' Play
starting Monday.
The finance committee under
Barbara Braun will approach
every woman individually. Unless
the one dollar fee' is paid no wo-
man will be able to tryout for the
play, be on a committee, or parti-
cipate in any way in the play's ac-
tivities.
All second semester sophomores
who are planning to tryout for the
play should arange with Miss
Braun to pay the fee.
p"We are asking both eligible and
ineligible women to pay because
we need as much backing as we can
get," stated Miss Braun. "We have
extra expenses and since it is the
project of all junior women all
junior women should cooperate
from the beginning."

Alpha Chi Omega.
Alpha Chi Omega, had several
guests last week-end; Miss Ann
Hardy, Detroit; Miss Vary Parnall,
Detroit; Miss Edna May Jennings,
Detroit; Miss Betty Hauxhurst, De-
troit.
Alpha Delta Pi.
Alpha Delta Pi wish to announce
the pledging of Miss Lenora King-
ston, '33, of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A rushing dinner was given Mon-
day night for three guests. Decora-
tions were effectively carried out
by means of blue and maize, and
1 red white tapers, the colors of the
Michigan and Indiana teams which'
meet Saturday. An informal party
will be given Saturday night. Mr.
and Mrs. Cale Smith, Mrs. and Pro-

fessor James Reed, and Mrs. Tins-
leY, house mother will chaperon.
Alpha Phi'.
Alpha Phi had as week-end
guests; Miss Nance Healy, New
York City; Miss, Barbara Shaw,
Louisville, Kentucky; Miss Jean
Winslow, Battle Creek; Miss Elinor
Eggleston, Battle Creek; Miss Em-
may Lou Smith,Detroit; Miss Mar
garet Wurzburg, Grand Rapids;
Misses Ruth and Bortine Lehman,
Detroit, and Misses Margaret and
Ella Hanson.
Chi Omega.
Chi Omega wishes to announce
the initiation of Jean Berridge, '33,
of Highland Park, Michigan, on
Monday, November 2nd. E i g h t
guests were entertained at a rush-

ing dinner Wednesday. The sor-
ority will honor its pledges Friday
night at a formal dance. There will
be a guest dinner Saturday evening
after the game.
Delta .Zeta.
A novelty gypsy dinner in honor
of six rushees was held Thursday
by Delta Zeta. The function was
carried out in fantastic' costumes
and color schemes. Tuesday eve-
ning, the sorority held a patron
and patroness dinner, at which the
table appointments were yellowaend
green. The guests included Mr. and
Mrs. C. Kessler, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
S. Rouse, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brier;
Miss Marion McClench, Dr. and
Mrs. George C. Hall, Miss Norn
Crane Hunt, and Dean and Mr,
Wilbur Humphreys.

...Society Notes..

SOPHOMORES PIC
CHORUSMEMBER
Committee Gives Announceme:
of Women to Sing in
Cabaret.
Members of the singing chor
for the Sophomore Cabaret'as a:
nounced by Phillis Swift, chairm,
of the entertainment committ(
are as follows: Alma Wadswort
Emily Campbell, Mary Louise Wc
ley, Louise Crandall, Frances Ma
chester, Jane Cissell, Frances -R
rick, Carol Hannon, Isabelle Bor
cave, Eleaner Mauer, Josephi
Talbot, Barbara Rore, Marge
Kimball, Barbara Paton, Lucille
Root, Phyllis Swift, Beatrice 0h
stead, Margaret Beckett, and Hel
Clark.
This group will be used in co
junction with the ukelele chor

Betsy Barbour house and Helen{
Newberry residence h a v e been
placed in charge of the arrange-I
ments for second of the monthly
League parties which will take'
place from 4 to 6 o'clock this after-
noon in the main ballroom of the
League.
All women on campus are invited
to attend the affair, which has be-
come a tradional function. Res-
idents of the dormitories, under
the chairmanship of Dorothy Bat-
chelor, '34, and Ruth Duhme, '34,
have arranged a program of enter-
tainment, and Nan Diebel, '35, will
present a tap dance.
Heads Will Pour.3
The League orchestra, will 'fur-
nish music for dancing, and there;
will be tables available for bridge.
Tea will be served from 4 to 6'
o'clock, and Katherine Koch, '32,
president of the League, Catherine
Heeson, '33, chairman of the social
committee, Ruth MacIntosh, '32,
president of Betsy Barbour, and
Esther Kirby, '341, president of
Helen Newberry, will pour.
"We ,are especially anxious that
every woman on campus who pos-
sibly can attend this party today,"
stated Catherine Hleeson~. "The pur-
pose of these affairs is to promote
friendliness among the women and
among the different houses. We'
are planning this year to, have the
sororities work with the League
houses when arranging them, and
hope to accomplish our purpose by
this method."
FIELD SECRETARY
TO SPEAK TODAYj
Miss Ethel Bowers of National
Recreation Association Will
Lecture at 9 o'Clock.
Miss Ethel Bowers, Field Secre-
tary of the National Recreation As-'
sociation will speak to women of
the physical education' m a j o r
school at 9 o'clock this morning in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
Miss Bowers travels throughout
the country and helps different
territories. Her speech this morn-
ing will also be of interest to all
students concerned withthe rec-
reation phase of sociology. Anyone
who is interested is invited to at-
tend.

OUR

FIRST

ANNIVERSARY

The

CAR1up N.

Fifty-three per cent of the local
roads in Ohio are surfaced.

There is Nothing

Only once in a blue moon do you have the opportunity to p u r c h a s e
merchandise of a high character a t such drastic price reductions. Our
store doors will open to you on Friday morning, November 6th, with a
grand array of the newest of the fall merchandise priced to meet pres-
ent day's of economy buying.

Like a Pair of
New Shoes

D ,E SES

DRESSE
Specially for this event we offer a group of Ladies'
Wool Jersey Dresses. One and two piece models
in the newest fall shades.

To Rej
Your \

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Vardrobe

Try it! We have some exceptional values-$7.50 and
$8.50 Stanleigh Fashion Shoes offered as a 43rd
Anniversary Special at

$5.AF 't H& N
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Frocks offered in this group are unusual-no two
alike. Such style and quality are found only in
stores of the better class. Special group consists of
the latest wool, silk, satin, plain and novelty weaves
-one and two piece models at
$945
Sizes 14 to 20, also half sizes.
2 for $17.95
Every garment is absolutely new, brimful of style. -12
Millinery
That little touch of chic style is
exemplified in every hat. Every
hat in the store placed in just
two groups.
$ 45and$'.45
Exclusive models of the new
c shallow crown and close fitting
are yours. Every hat a new hat.
IN OUR JEWELRY DEPT.
We offer a most beautiful line of
Necklaces at . . $1.00
Compacts at .... . ..........:....h....50c to $2.50
-Perfume Atomizers at . .'... .... . $1.25
Imported Powder Jars with Puffs at $1.00 to $1.75
LINGERIE,
New arrivals in ladies' silk undergarments. Daintly trim-
med lace in delicate colors of flesh, tea-rose, blue Very
unusual at
1.95 and $2.95

Sizes 14 to 20
2 for $7.65

Guaranteed 100% all wool
LADIES'
Leather Bags
Newest 1931 styles in various shapes
and leathers, only
9 each
Some with zippers.
Another Hand Bag Special
Large variety selected from our- higher priced lines up to
$3.50. One lot only at
$ 195
Every purse a leather purse.
IN OUR HANDKERCHIEF DEPT.
Special group ladies' handkerchiefs. Good quality lawn,
prettily embroidered.

For Semi-evening
For afternoon
For sports

GOODYEAR'S

SALE!

124 South Main Street

Telephone 4171

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Beautiful numbers in the better quality including,
very dainty corners.
3 for,67c

linens,

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Ladies' Pajamas'
For those tha.t prac-ice economy we
offer a limited lot of broadcloth pa-
jamas in one and two price styles,
nicely styled and tailored.
Your Choice at $1.00
Just Arrived
Ncw colors, new styles in ladies'
lcunging and bath robes. Every
robe priced at a big discount for
our first anniversary event.
$2.50, $2.95, $3.95,
$4.75, $5.50
In materials'of rayon, silk, and wool
flannel.

So Smart-So Easy
to Wear--

Hosiery Special
Several standard brands to select
from including the popular
Allen-A brand. Retailed every-
where at $1.00 per pair. Our
anniversary special
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2 pairs for $1.69
Strictly firsts. Full fashioned all
silk cradle foot in the newest and
best shades for fall and winter.
Your opportunity to stock up on
quality hose.
Not A Bit Too Early
To select your holiday gift items. A small deposit now
will reserve any article. The variety and range is larger
than ever.

Just a handful of soft rayon,
but such a practical snug fit-
ting triple-duty garment! A
brassiere top combination that
does not hike up or pull out
of shape for there's extra
roominess in the back that al-
lows for plenty of action.
You'll revel in the comfort
of the Sil-o-ette, and you'll be
amazed at it's inexpensiveness
--only $1. Of run-proof
rayon.

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'The Celebrated lmne of
"Nancy Lee" Rayon Undergarments
sld everywhere at the standand price of $1.00 and $1.25. To help
celebrate our first anniversary we are offering these same garments at
73c per garment
In all styles and staple shades. The quality is unusual.

All merchandise offered during our First Anniversary is absolutely new, and priced
to meet present days of economy buyinig. Anniversary opening on Friday, Nov.
6th. Store hours 9 to 6.

Second Floor

KOTEX (AN ANNIVERSARY PRICE) JUST ..................29c LARGE SIZE

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