FRt DAY, JAN: 5, 1910
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Memb ers"O "Cou t 0 HmnoT"Named For Soph Prom, I
New Basketball Team Formed
To Be Tuesday
Parkas Right For
University women who are inter-
ested in playing basketball and who
are ineligible to play in the Ann
Arbor city league because of out-of-
town residence may try out for posi-
WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN OUR
Iumm nq Bird
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Membership entitles you to a
freeipair of Hummrifig Bird'Fuli
Fashioned stockings as soon as
you have burchased 12 pairs.,
s you need them.
Humiiiing Birds were chosen
after :arefut znsideratior. and
tes: ovinced utso their s u-
periority ani. their ability to
make the Club valuabie to you.
Your inembership card is wait-
ing for 'you at otir .iosiery De-.
partmena t. isworti; .-. pecia
trio :c n store and .i iaeip
tTVo3n YIAC'h',Oti nahefi-
nest; sneerest ug-free nosiery
9 NICKELS ARCADE
tions on the team sponsored by the
Ann Arbor Sec etarial 'School, J. G.
Webber, presideit of the school, an-
Applicants will be chosen 'on the
basis of ability, Mr. Webber said,
and women who are interested in
joining should make arrangements
to see him as soon as possible:
New basketball suits of silver and
blue satin will be furnished the team,
which will be knotn as the "A. A.
Stel'ios." The nevs' suits are said
to be more practical for femninine
wear than any oth'er riow on the
market, Mr. Webber said, and the
pattern of the suits vill be 'copy-
righted to insure -exclusive use.
Original Pictures Donated
By Esquire To Decorate
Union's Small Ballroom4
'Members of the "Court of Honor"
who will be presented at the 1940
Soph Prom, to be held from 10 p.m. -
till 2 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19, 'were an-
nounced yesterday by William Schust,
'42, chairman of publicity.^
Those named are Margot Thom,
Veggy Gabriel, Caroline Denfield,'
Marjorie Higgins, Virginia Alfvin,
Beatrice Snoke, Margaret Dodge,I
Phyllis Waters, Elsie Courtney and,
Ticket Sales Begin
Ticket sales for sophomores willk
begin at 1 p.m. tomorrow and con-
tinue till 3:30 p.m., and will also be
held from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday. Gen-
eral sale will be held Tuesday for
"Red" Norvo's orchestra will play With a fur bordered hood which
for the dance, and half an hour of zipsk O nry Off,.thistsnugly swagger
the program will be broadcast over parka is really warmI, ts.casal cut-
WJR.'Woen n te "Curtof on ake it good Iooking, too. Prob-
WJR. Women in the "Court of on- ably inspired by Esquimo- parkas,
or," who were chosen by the commit- this fashionale adaptation is just
tee, will be introduced to the dancers sgood as the oigial at protect-,
over the air youfrom wintry blasts.
18th Century tytle --y---- ----
The main ballroom of the Union will - ''
be decorated as an eighteenth century F orestr Cji bl
drawing room, with seven panels.,
depicting old-fashioned scenes, done r l"
by C. Phelps Hines, '42, who also did fe U n'ce
the decorations for the Union formal. T
Fifty original drawings, to be do-
nated by "Esquire" magazine, will Informal 'Winter Swing'
carry out the theme of the small To BeField In League
ballroom, which is to be in the style_ _
ofa ifth h dtarc rrinrnm
Will Be Given
Bill Gail Plans To Feature
Of Vocalist And Guitar
In accordance with the zodiacal
theme of "Capricorn Capers," to be
given by the Dormitory Board of As-
sembly tomorrow in the League Ball-
room, Bill Gail, whose orchestra will
play, has especially arranged two
numbers, featuring Joan Hamilton,
vocalist and an electric guitar, a new
addition to the band.
The first number is entitled, "Shoot
the Sherbert to Me, Herbert" and
the second. "One, Two, Three-Kick,"
an adaptation of a rhumba number
sponsored by Xavier Cugat in De-
troit. This number consists of a
chain of dancers swinging ai-ound the
floor in "one, two, three-kick."
Besides these specialty numbers,
there will be Bill Gail's usual coin-
munity singing with such songs as
"Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" and
"Wishing" to carry out the theme of
foretelling the future at the dance.
The Ann Arbor'Independents willI
sell carnations at the door as another
feature of "Capricorn Capers."
Tickets for this dance to which all
independent women have the priv-
ilege of inviting the men are already
on sale 'in all the dormitories. Spe-
cial Assembly representatives have
been appointed in each of the houses
to be in charge of the sale.
Sponsored by the Dormitory Board
of Assembly,. "Capricorn Capers" is
its contribution to the Assembly
Sma rt id r- Pty
YOU NGER. j-IATS
All the gay, 'whimsical,
romantic little hats are here.
Choose yours today!
219 South Mein
of a twentieth century arawing room.
These will also include one large
panel as part of the scheme. Other
panels will follow the divisions of
"Esquire," such as humor, sports, art,
Women have been granted 2:30
p.m. permission for the dance, and
attendance is limited to -350 couples.
The first annual "Winter Swing,"
an informal dance to be sponsored T E
by the Forestry Club, will be held from E
9 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, Jan.
13 in the Ethel Hussey Room of the in aPaic!
Herm Salomonson and his seven
piece band will play for the affair
which is the third in this year's
series of social functions sponsored
by the Forestry Club.
Committee members, as announced
by David Reid, '40F&C, social chair-
man, are Edward Sturgeon; '40F&C t
tickets, Russ,. L Belle, '41F&C and / ( a
Francis Schmidley, '40F&C, 'orches- " - -
tra, Thomas Markham, '40F&C, cha-
perons and guests, and Joseph Sha-
mon, '40F&C, ,and James Halligan,
Tickets for the dance are one 'dol-
lar a couple and may be procured
from members ofthe Forestry Club or
from Miss Wallace in the Recorder's
office of he Forestry School.
T o H ol4 Meetings i...>
Four meetings of the JGP com-
mittees will be held today, and Jane
Grove, general chairman, stated that
it is very important that all members Wait a minute, little lady
'of these committees attend, as it is
the first timc they have had a chance Brev by Belle-Sharmeer
to work since the holidays. was made for you
Ruth Fitzpatrick, make-up, will
hold her meeting at 5 p.m.; Lee Har- Accurately sized in width
dy, publicity, at 4 p.m.; Virginia Os-
good will continue dance tryouts and length to fit
from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Betty from top to toe-perfectly!
Ann Chaufty will meet with the
music committee at 4:30 p.m, No wrinkles ... no snags .. .
Miss Osgood said that placement And no folding over. Ask
preference for certain numbers in
the dance routines will be given to for your leg size
those women who attend meetings BllSha
Miss Chaufty said that anyone on Brev for smalls,
campus is. eligible to write music for
the production, and this is an espec- Modite for middlings,
ially good opportunity for sophomore Duchess for tails,
women to display their originality
and initiative. Classic for plumps.
Groups Are Invited
Jo League Dance 1.OO'to 1,25 a pair
special invitations hve been -ex- Belle-Sharmeer Strain-Ease
tended to vaious groups on campus
to attend the first League dance after Stockings at 1 .35 a pair
the holidays, to be held from 9 pb.i
to 1 a.m. today, Beth O'Roke, '40,
vice-president in charge' of the ball
room, announced yesterday.:
Those groups include Sigma Chi
fficers of ROTC, Michigan House a
Alpha Chi Omega, Alumnae House
and Gamma Phi Beta.
JANUARY SALE 3
^ \WINTER FELTS
/2off regular prices.
SUPER SAVINGS on Luxury
Values from $19.75 to $69.75
Sale Price from $12.95 to $45.00
Strikingly beautiful Winter coats
-Feel their rich woolens, exam-
ine their careful tailoring- and
there's hidden value in fine lin-
ings, warm interlinings! 'Inpor-
tant fur trims! Reefer, boxy and
pencil slim styles! Black, smart-
est colors. Sizes 12 to 42.
Tweeds and Shetlands, Ewagger
and Reefer type . . . Values to
Exciting dresses-all rare "buys"
For street, afternoon and eve-
ning wear. Sizes 11-17; 12-46;
Values $7.95 to $39.75
in Flannel, Shetland and Tweeds.
Sizes 12 to 18.
at $$.95 aUd p12.95
Bigger and Better Values for Less Money! That's the theme of our
January Super-Savings Sales! "News-worthy" values priced to play
havoc with your Sales-resistance! Most important - our standards of
quality, good taste and good fashion remain high as ever at prices
lower than ever! Start shopping - start Saving today!
Super Savings on High Fashion
DI ES i.S
Here's a whole collection of gay little dress successes
in this soft "drapy" fabric. Navy and black fresh-
ened with white . . . just right for going to town.
Pale pastels, slim and sleek, for "dress" and "don't
Center. .. WOOL JERSEY for a two-piece suit-
dress. Black with white pique collar. 19.95
Rightr n . WOOL JERSEY for a dinner-dress
shirred into Grecian lines. White or heaven
HOUSECOATS and ROBES
Chenilles, Satins, Taffetas, Moires, Brocades . . . at
Values $3.95 to $10.95
BLOUSES and SWEATERS
Value $1.95 to $5.95
Former values $1.95 and $2.95
at $1.49 and $2.00
Doeskin -in black and colors.
Fabrics at 69c.
Left . . WOOL JERSEY for a waistband dress
with young round neck and dirndl skirt.
LT .. . ...tI dQ
ALL SALES FINAL - NO APPROVALS