Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 3, 1969 · Page 54
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 54

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.. zft The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Mofe., Nov. S, A wifeV guide to pro football: Dress sensibly for ballgame MICHAEL 8< ftictt Ninth in a series You're one of the lucky ones. Your husband has tick- els for today's game arid-lie's invited you—grudgingly or otherwise—to gb with him. Now you're going ,to participate in what has < become a Sunday afternoon American ritual. Indeed, pro football has become so popular that a number of fans have attempted to include the disposition of their season tickets fa their last will and testament. (They, were prevented from making such bequests by a league rule which prohibits the transfer .Of season tickets other than by the ticket offices of the various teams:) ',' Probably the first thing.you will think about is what to wear — 'after all, you're a woman first and a football fan second. Unless you want to earn an instant reputation for exotica, dress sensibly. Don't disregard the dictates of fashion entirely—heaven forbid!—but do select what you will wear with an eye to practical comfort. And that means making sure your husband is going to be comfortable with you along, too. WEAR slacks. Or a pants- suit. Or a skirt with opaque panty hose. Wear flats^it can be quite a hike from, the parking lot to your seat, and the stairs on each deck that give access- to the seats range from sleep to practically: : per* pendicular, surely ho place to totter about on high heels; • BRING a pair of binoculars with you. They give you an on-the-field intimacy not otherwise obtainable. Binoculars also help restore a human quality to the players. Remember, the men inside those uniforms are indeed human, and with binoculars you can see the expression on their faces—the disgust or delight, fatigue or enthusiasm. TAKE a mini-radio—one of those all-transistor, pocket- sized portables. It is a great help for the football beginner. By listening to the radio description of the game you'll get a professional explanation—a word portrait of what is happening. You can also learn. ,why a certain player isn't starting, or how serious Is the injury that forced an- other .player to leave the ganie. Perhaps, the radio's great contribtrtiofi to your enjoyment is that it will answer tiidst, if not all, of the questions you would otherwise direct at your husband. And nothing, literally nothing will upset youf 6ptiuse inore than having to explain what happened on tfce last play while the next one .is already un- Social scene Fashions festive at Gruber party By FAVOUR SLATER ' Mark Gruber wore a festive prchid lei for Halloween and •his wife, Jan, an orchid shoulder corsage as part of her 'ensemble the same evening. The Grubers invited friends ;to share a traditional All Hallows'- eve party — the opening of El Chorro Lodge, this year celebrating its 32nd anniver- sary.as a Paradise, Valley landmark. Guests included Dorothy and Barbara Rossi, who brought two guests — their mother, Mrs. Lillian Rossi, and Irish designer Sybil Con- "nolly, whose "1 handworked clothes • and marvelous wools and tweeds were modeled at -1 Magnin's through Saturday. -. The James O'Connors told the Lee Craytons of their trip 4o London and Paris with the Jack Liectys. Mrs. Lynne Carter Talman tried to explain why she was a French delegate to, the conference •marking the 20th anniversary of the NATO, organization, but it still doesn't make sense to ime. .", '.'; '.'.v..'.-' : ''••'• Fashions ranged from Mrs. .Richard Stenz's multr-hued short dress to,.Mrs. Bruce Ir-win's 'black satin pants suit, the top of -her blouse covered -with black jet beads. Mrs. . Frank Gilbert (Amanda •Blake) wore an orange - red caftan. •*'K : ' ' " . ,"' Others were the Newton Rosepizweigs, Mr. and Mrs. ;Peter Kruidenier, the Richard Currans, the George Prices, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ahrens, the Dale Andersons, and the James Minottos. ; CLUB NOTES It must be November — all the country clubs are reminding members that Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings will be available. Moon Valley Country Club members will play hosts to members of Tucson's Oro Valley Country Club Nov. 28 and 29. (For newcomers, Nov. 29 Arizona 'State University and the University of Arizona will play fpotball in Sun Devil Stadium. And that's the game of the season for loyal fans of each school). On Nov. 28 there will be a 7:30-11 p.m. cocktail-buffet with dancing to Wally Miller and his Dixiecrats. Saturday, the men will play golf beginning at 8:30 a.m. There will also be a champagne luncheon and fashion show at MVCG-at li:30 a.m. Wednesday. The members of the club will model the clothes from Starrell's. Fashion World and reservations are a must. .'. • SMALLTALK Mrs. Paul Miller and .Mrs. Dennis Lyon, are co-chairmen for the Goodwill Auxiliary's annual benefit card party 12:30 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Phoenix Women's Club, 02 W, Earll. During;the afternoon, auxiliary members will model costumes representing articles to be sold at the annual antique sale, March 6 and 7 at the State Fairgrounds. ••••'•••.'..,' Other committee chairmen for the event are Mmes. James Hill, James Johnson, Glenn Overman, Harold! Anderson, Robert Moore, Edward T. York, .John Hazeltine, Sam Mardian,' Howard >M. Land,;Tom Hollow, 'Rex •'Moore, Victor Gillett and L.' -Herbert Harris; NEW BOUTIQUE Members of the Assistance League of Phoenix recently gathered at the Thrift Shop; 7044 N. Seventh St., to^eter brate the opening of a new boutique in the store. Mrs. F. Scott Rodgers, Mrs. E. 0. Hartig, Mrs. Harry J. 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