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BURR ATBANQUET
M aize and Blue Cake in Form
of Hockey Field Proves
Evening's Surprise.
HONOR SQUAD IS PICKED
ancing Is Feature of Annual
Spread; 65 Attend to
Fete Players.
At the informal hockey spread
which was held at the Women's
Athletic building at 6 o'clock yes-
terday the all-star all-college hock-
ey team was chosen. Miss Hilda
Burr was the main speaker.
The surprise of the evening was
the enormous cake built in the form
of a hockey fjeld and carried out
in the Michigan colors. The field
was of blue with the boundary lines
in yellow. The goals were also in
yellow and blue. Two teams, made
of miniature celluloid dolls, were
placed on the field. Miss Burr
name was written in frosting. The
cake was 24 by 40 inches and
was carried in by Teresa Romani,
'33, chairman, and Jean Botsford,
'33.
Miss Hlda Burr was the speaker
of the evening. In her speech she
said that Michigan had one of the
best equipments of any of the
schools she had visited and that
':we should be very proud of it. She
concluded by saying that she had
.. enjoyedi the hockey season im-,
mensely.
First Star Team.
The first all-star team was an-]
pounced with Jean Botsfo1-d, '3,
center, Lydia Seymour, .'34, right1
inner, Dolly Davidson, '33, right]
wing, Ann Russe, '35, left inner,
Janet Miner, '35, left wing. The
hlf-backs are Corinne Fries, '34,
Esther LaRowe, '32, and Florence
Bonisteel, '33. The full-backs are1
Louise Goodenow, '34, and Hilda
Kurby, '34. The goalee is RosalynI
Caley, '32.1
The second team is composed ofc
petty Healy, '32, center, L. Lawson,
'33, right inner, Margaret Martin-
dale, '34', right wing, Tommy Bren-
ner, '33, left inner, Cissy Place, '34,
left wing. The half-backs are Eliz-
abeth Cooper,, '34, Gladys Schroe-
der, '34, and Louise Hall, '34. The
full-backs are Gladys Timpson, '32,
and Katherine Rentschler, '32. The
golee is Beatrice Olmstead, '34.
Committee Choes.
The committee, which chose the
members of the two teams, was
composed of Miss Burr, Miss Camp-
bell, Teresa Ron'fani, and the cap-
tains of the teamis.
The intramural all-star teams
will be chosen Saturday, Nov. 21.

Gridiron Romance

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POET TO ADDRESS
PRESS ICONVENTION
Ann Campbell, Well Known as
Writer of Verse to Be
Dinner Speaker.
Ann Campbell, internationally fa-
mous poet and speaker, is sched-
uled to speak tonight before the
University Press club convention
dinner. Miss Campbell has achiev-
ed her reputation largely through
such mediums as the Detroit News
and through radio broadcasting
station WWJ and WXYZ.
Miss Campbell's verse has been
published since 1922 and has been
syndicalized for several .years in
newspapers of the United States,
Canada, and England. Three vol-
umes of her verse have been pub-
lished since 1924, "Companionship
and Other Poems" being the first
of the three.
In private life, Miss Campbell is
Mrs. George W. Stark of Detroit
where she has made her home since
early girlhood. Mr. Stark is man-
aging editor of the Detroit Athletic
Club News.

S O C I E TY
Gamma Phi Beta.
Gamma Phi Beta held a' formal
faculty dinner Thursday night in
honor of Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Dean
John R. Effinger, and Mrs. Effinger,
Dr. Arthur L. Cross, Mr. and Mrs.
Burton Thuma, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
fred B. Shaw, Dr. and Mrs. Vernon
L. Hart, and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
A. Winnacker.
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Kappa Alpha Theta honored at
a formal dinner Tuesday night, Dr.
and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven;
Dr. and Mrs. Walter B. Pillsbury,
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Aiton, Dr.
Arthur L. Cross, and Mrs. Garrit
Diekema. A low bowl of fall flow-
ers and long yellow tapers in silver
candelabras were the well chosen
table appointments. The chapter
entertained as, a house guest Wed-
nesday and Thursday, the district
president, Mrs. C. L. Rogers of
Cleveland Heights, Ohio. A dinner
was given in her honor Wednesday
night.
NOTICE
Freshman sorority women may
obtain tickets to Pan-Hellenic
ball by ordering them through
their respective houses, who in
turn will notify the ticket com-
mittee. The quota for Indepen-
dent Women has been filled.

'SENIORS WIN GAME
FROM JUNI-OR TEAM
Freshmen Defeat Sophomores in
Practice Game, 2 to 1, at
Palmer Field.
In the fourth set of interclass
hockey games the seniors defeated
the juniors 2 to 1, yesterday after-
noon at Palmer Field.
Dorothy Felske and Dorothy Els-
worth made the two goal points
for the seniors. Jean Botsford made
the point for the juniors. The game
was fast, despite the fact that the
field was still slippery from the
rainy weather during the week-
end. Although the juniors had the
ball mostly in senior territory, they
were not able to get through for
scoring. The lines were good and
the defense was fair on the junior
team.
The freshmen and sophomores
played a practice game in which
the freshmen defeated the sopho-
mores 2 to 1. Games will also be
played this afternoon between the
sophomores and the seniors, and
the junidrs and the freshmen.

FOUND!
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school teacher, is engaged to marry
Gene McEver, star University of
Tennessee halfback.

Tea dances, dinners, formals . . . Such busy social
occasions these football week-ends are! Strenuous times
that demand that your wardrobe be adequate in every
way. Whether the team wins or loses you'll want to
feel that your appearance has scored. And you can
have that assurance if your frocks come from Good-
year's College Shop.

COMMITTEE AT WORK ON COSTUMES
FOR SOPHOMORE CABARET NUMBERS

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Puppet Dance, Harmonica Chor-
us to Be Among Outstanding
Attractions.
Jeanette Detwiler, chairinan of
costumes for Sophomore Cabaret,
and her committee which consists
of Ellen Bicknell, Marcia Cary,
Ruth Franklin and Josephine Tal-
bot are busy making plans for the
coming event. Costumes for ap-
proximately 100 girls have been
designed, and small white caps are
to be worn by the Sailor chorus.
Harmonicas will be played by girls
dressed in overalls and straw hats.
Beautiful Spanish maids in large
shawls and mantillas will dance
the Tango with partners in bell
bottomed trousers and wide brim-
med hats. A puppet dance will be
presented with the large artificial
heads which are so typical of Mar-
di Gras.

An octette will sing, half of thel
members dressed in formal gowns
and the remainder in tuxedo. A
game of chess will be played, the
opponents wearing different colors
and costumes representative of
chessmen. Empress Eugenie will be
typified in a chorus dressed in the
latest revised hats and period
dresses carrying small umbrellas
over their shoulders. In contrast,
a modern chorus in black and white
will dance. Now that the plans are
completed the committee is at work
on the. costumes themselves.
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PRINTING AND DEVELOPING OF
YOUR PICTURES OF THE GAMES

One of the smartest hats this season for dress occasions
will be the turban. A very popular turban is :made of
satin and cleverly draped. You will find these hats and
many others moderately priced at the Roberts shop.

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It's the little things that count-especially in the evening mode.
Be certain that you have 16-button kid gloves (in black or white) at
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toned jewelry to Set off your costume. Not to forget sheer, chiffon
hose in the new Marlene or off-black shade. They're priced at only
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