Ella de Caleys represented the Boston Bruins with a bear on the front and back of the dress, and another on the headscarf, hockey-puck-ish brooches, and two whittled wooden hockey sticks hanging from the necklace. Brown wool trim around the top of the apron dress had “Boston Bruins” runes embroidered in harvest gold wool thread. The color scheme was the Boston Bruins original colors in 1924, and the bear that was enlarged from their original bear motif. The necklace includes beads of glass, wood, stone, metal, and fresh water pearls, all in team colors. Alec Craig whittled the hockey sticks.