Fo e New Dormitj ry P rojects
'For Purpose Of Getting
Society Girl Queen
HIeavy Coats, Suits
For Football Game
Perfec t football weather brought
!,ut the gayest sports wear that has
bn seen this fall. A cold wind made
sut nd fall coats a. positive neces-
Cane striking coat that. made a vivid
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Senior Society is sponsoring a new V slot of color in the stadium was of a
protect of exchanige dinners between cates re olwt nin
dormitories which will correspond to hare~ re wo iha m
the exchange dinjners whicbh'have for- s.¢ ~"~4 (flrconolathtwson
rn~ry ben eld y srorties ThSnugly about the throat. A brown 'felt.
plan is to 'hold them on Thursdays !.. shat. with amacigrenfth,
and to 'continue them throu bout the s.,~Io own suede oxfords, purse, and
yer~rthe purpose ofgettfig orm- Dloes completed the outfit.
Dromrlen 'better acquainted.1
Marion Bertsch, vice-president and A sub. that appeared very smart
soci'al' 'chairmnan of Senior Society is Iwas of brown trimmed u th a luxuri-
in charge of 'the project; and a 'meet .**«,..*.:::.r:::::><:o' < us beaver collar. Another suit of grey
ing of presidents, vice-presidents and .'..t h glyak fur trim and eel gray
social chairmen of the various dormi-Qe n a a lose.Bt
tories was held Friday in order 'to dis- Associated Press Photo suits had nearly full-length coats and
cssteplan. (i 'right blouses were chosen to go with,
CUSt ~Garnette Northcutt, Huntington,I,
Thefolowng epesetatve wee . Va., society girl, was chosen queenI Clever knitted hats and scarfs
present at' the meeting: Lucille AlmI
and Marion Bertsch, Martha Cook of the fifth Mountain State floral( brightened up green, black and brown
botmitoty$ 'Bettina Rightmire and; festival to ble held at Ekins, W. Va., Ioutfits.
Olive Webb,' Betsy Barbour House; October 4 to 6. I________
~Dorothy Mc~laren and Isabelle Cur- -
rie, Helen Newberry Residence; isa- j
belle MdIc ellar and Edith O~avis, Adelia Gongregational Church
Cheever House; Georgiana Karlson
and Marion Brooks,' Jordan 'Mall; ToOfrM scroga
Maureen Cavanaugh 'and Linda Cros- The Congregational Church will of-
by, Mosher Hall, and Roselyn Chaper ter a new feature in their Sunday pro-
and Victoria Iteff, Alumnae House. gramn beginning today. An eighteen.
Definite plans were made for ex- piece symphony orchestra under the
dhange dinners between Jordan, Betsy direction of Thor Johnson of the ,'\ /4- SAT
Barbour House and Martha Cook School of Music will play every Sun-
Dormitory to be held on Oct.' 11 and day evening at the Congregational \ 1.
for Newberry Residence and Mosher Church. Mr. Johnson will also lead ate',
~Il;Adelia Cheever House and discussion group in musical appre-E
Alumnae House" to exchange on ott. ciation 'following the presentations
18. of 'the orchestra.
GUS!A A touchdown party was Kie t1 ELL
Mrs. Esther M. Cram of Flint, I Stalker Hall last night at 8:00 p.m.I
Michigan, eras a. guest at Martha Rachel Lease, '37M was in charge of' Dial 31
Cook last week-end, when she attend- the arrangements. The entertainment I-_______
:6d the Board of Regents meeting, consisted of dancing and games. _________
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IT IS with pleasure that we announce the opening of our new
Glove Service on October 10. We have installed the latest
models of factory glove stitching machines, thus assuring you
the finest workmanship possible. You wil ['be pleasantly surprised
at the results. All ripped scams w' II be repai red without extra cost.
1119 So. University
440 South State
Mack & Co. (Basement)
CLEANVERS &' DYER
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