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(Continued from Page Five)
Marie Hixson, Houghton; Hortense J.
Hatch, Marshall; Frances E. Coates;
Oak Park, Ill.; Helen Shephard,
Omaha, Neb.; Marion Smith, New
York City; Mary I. Trigg, Washington,
D. C.
Booth 11-Theta Delta Chi
Chaperones- Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Fleischauer, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Shoemaker, Elmira, N. Y. Guests
-Misses Dorothy Wilder, Marjorie
Van Norman, Antoinette Schantz, Irma
Riished, Detroit; Madeline Markham,
Charlotte; Lois Shoemaker, Elmira, N.
Y.; Emily Edwards, Wellesley, Mass.;
Dixie Barrett, New York City.
Booth 12-Delta Upsilon
Chaperones-Mrs. Willis O. Nance,
Chicago. Guests-Misses Josephinee
Serrill, Harriet Benallack, Mary Full-
er, Barbara Marquis, Donna Laverock,
Detroit; Marjorie Lee Post, Petoskey;
Cornelia Clark, Ann Arbor; Luella
Marsh, Muskegon; Hester Johnson,
Manistee; Sylvia Cooper, Norwalk, O.;
Adelaide I ughes, Montreal, Can.
Booth 13-Chi Psi
Chaperones-Mrs. H. J. Burkhardt,
Rochester, N. Y. Guests - Misses
Helen Paton, Hazel Holmes, Josephine
Morrison, Gertrude Mann, Ruth
Kresge, Margaret Dewar, Dorothy
Dingwall, Grace Dewitt, Janet Joy.
Detroit; Edna Martindale, Farming-
ton; Margaret Perkins, Grand Rapids;
Jesse Davidson, Maria Handley. Chi-
cago, Ill.; Margaret Moore, Washing-
ton, D. C.
Booth 14-Psi Omega
Chaperones - Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Frost, Muskegon. Guests - Misses
Loretta Fraser, Gertrude Lamare, De-
troit; Elsie Crowley, Grand Rapids;
Genevieve Morrill, Jackson; Frances
Whitney, Ypsilanti; Minetta Marie
Goetz, Ann Arbor; Gladys Brandt.
New York; Ruth Curtis, Toledo, O.;
Lucile LeVoy, Portland, O.; Marie
MacKay, Miami, Fla.
Booth 15--Phi Sigma Delta
Guests--Misses Sarah Kozlow. Rose
Hubar. Sadie Horwick, Esther Imer-
man, Irene Rosenberg, Esther Lam-
port, Helen Hubar, Detroit; Catherine
Smith, Grand Rapids; Maebelle Wil-
lenstein, La Porte, Ind.; Helen Blank,
Harrison, N. J.
Booth 16-Phi Kappa Sigma
Chaperones-Prof. John R. Brumm
and Mrs. Brumum. Guests - Misses
Loise Johnston, Pauline Dunn, De-
troit; Clara Reid, Port Huron; Emma
Jane liinor, Ruth Minor, Grand Rap-
ids; Hester Haze, Lansimng; Katherinee
MacLeod, Evanston, Ill.; Phebe Hub-
bard, Ashtabula, O.; Margaret Rowell,
Valparaiso, Ind.; Helen Hudson, Gos-
heu, In.; Stirley Rutherford, New
York City; Margaret Darynpe,
Louisville, Ky
Booth 17-Independent
Guests--Misses Grace Young, Laura
Clarke, Celia Girardin, Sara Lamberg,
Adelaide V. Wendover, Detrit; Franc-
es Caldwell, Constantine; Mildred Van
Amberg, Brighton; Ethel E. Orton,
Three Rivers; Bernice Whittemore,
Alice H. Brown, Ann Arbor; Hildred
Doubler, Ruth Wise, Cleveland, 0.!
Ethel H. Glauz, Grand Rapids; Franc-
es Salinger, South Bend, Ind.; Helen
Roeloss, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Booth St8-Delta Chi
Chaperones-Mr and Ms Norman
W. Reed, Toledo, O. Guests-Misses
Laura Ballentine, Dyme Bodenstab, Is-
abel Laylander, Edith Meiser, Helen
Worcester, Detroit; Ethel Apfel, Eliza-
beth Arthur, Mina Montigel, Emesa
Riggs, Ann Arbor; Geneva A. Bacon,
Toledo, D.; L. Allene Becker, Ros-
well, N. M.; Frances M. Dundas, Lans-
ing; Flora Kelley, Kansas City, Mo.;
Elizabeth Schieffelin, Wellsboro, Pa.
Booth 19-Acacia
Chaperone- Mrs. L. C. Goodrich,
Ann Arbor. Guests- Misses Esth r
Louise Fiss, Albion; Myrtle Cum-
mings, Vera M. Cummings, Jackson;
Ethel J. SherwooedSBay City ; Mulriel
Bart, St. Jihns; linnie Elizabeth -i
Grew, Pittsburg, Pa.; LudlemaWil-
liams, Eldora, Ia.; Mildred E. Leh-
man, Rochester, N. Y.; Leila E. New-
ell, Eldora, Ia.; Agnes M. IauN, ew
Castle, Pa.
Bootu 20--Commerce Club
Chaperones-Prof. I. Leo Sharfman
and Mrs. Sh.arfman. Guests-_Misses
Helene Carmichael, Beatrice Rade-
macher, Mildred Henry. Detroit; Olive
Nobert, Margaret Kelly, Jacrto- ;
Lucy Moran, Grand Rapids: Th la
Forsyth, Gladstone; Pauline Johso.
Owosso; Marioin H andley, Toledo, O.;
Mary Lohrstoffer, Port Huron; Doris
Sprague, Cheboygan; Grace Oh nac-
er, Florence Morrisis n sit m o;
Lois Metier, Mayville, N.Y.
Booth 21-Sigma, Chi
Chaperones---Mr. and Mrs. John D. I
Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Howard N.
Newland, Benton Harbor. Guests
Misses Olive Hutchinson, Maunie 'Wal-
don, Ethel Wills, Lois Knowlson, Julia
Hammond, Dorothy Sherbondy, De-
troit; Louise Hatch, Marshall; Flor-
ence Sheets, Benton Harbor; Doris
Witt, St. Joseph; Helen Stimson, Hunt-
ingburg, Ind.; Charlene Fieberger,
Wellesley, Mass.
Booth 22--Psi Upsilon
Chaperones-Mrs. C. N. Smith, Bay
City; Mrs. Charles A. Khuen, Sagi-
naw. Guests---Misses Ruth Stone, Es-
ther Caulkins, Betty Caulkins, Harriet.
Pierson, Lucy Phillips; Margaret lt
Donald. Detroit; Elizabeth Briscoe,'
Jackson; Lucy Carlisle, Eleanor Car-
lisle, Sagniaw; Virginia Mack, AnnI
Arbor; Eunice Mitchell, Ellen Mitchell,
Ruth McCaskey, Rachel Watt, Roxena
Hassett, Toledo, 0.; Florence Hyde,
Kansas City, Mo.
Booth 23-Xi Psi Phi and Eremites
Chaperones-Mrs. G. C. Parker De-
troit; Prof. J. H. Cissel and Mrs. Cis-
sel, Mrs. Edward Danill, Mrs. Wilmot,
Ann Arbor. Guests Misses Lillian
Wallace, Detroit; Eleansor Dixon, Port
Hiuron; lierrildsl M s esi i ,Graniil
Haven; Grace Burrett, Miargaret Neil,
Ann Arbor; Martha Shepard, Parnas-
sus, Pa.; Yvonne Stalker, Toronto,
Can.; Cecilia Fohey, Hattiesburg.
Miss.; VirginiaI. Updike, E herL
Dorrance. Ethel liceIlpineDetroit;
June LeVerette, Pontiac; Dorothy
Wall, Kalamazoo; Ernestine Hall,
Lansing; Doris C. McDonald, Holly;
Mildred Edmunds, Grand Rapids;
Merle M. Miller, Menoninee; Josephine
Shaffer, Lima, 0.; Kathleen Trask,

Last Times Tonight
The very first night she came down in a taring French creation. Wow! but the Puritan
husband and "in-laws" h rift d! Worse shocks yet to come! You will get a bigger idea
of Elsie Ferguson's brilliance when you see her dressed in these stunning Paris cloths.



_onday, Tuesay
y- -
WI ..L t frF na KINA
"THE SILVER KING" is one of the most intensely dramatic motion pictures ever screened
Its thrilling depths cc uld riot be better sounded by any living actor than William Faversham
It is a picture of love. of life, of death and will touch the deepest chords of your being. William
Faversham is a master.
"Never Too Old"-Sennett Comedy
Four Jolly Tars in Sing Song
Children 10c--Including Tax---Adults 25c
SHOWS TODAY 1:30-3:00-4:30-7-8:30

Booth 24-Independent
Chaperones-Dr. Stouffer and Mrs.
Stouffer, Ann Arbor; Dr. J. C. Mac-
Lennan and Mrs. MacLennan, Wind-
sor, Ont. Guests-Misses Margaret
(Continued on Page Seven)


A Good Show Every Day
Saturday, April 5, Geraldine Farrar in
"Shadows" (Ret.)
This story by Willard Mack presents Miss Farrar in a fine role, first as
an Alaskan dancing girl, then as a Detroit Society womat
Sunday-Monday, April 6-7
Kay Laurel in "The Brand"
A Rex Beach Picture, described as "The Most Thrilling Melodrama
Since 'The Spoilers'"
Tuesday, April 6, Constance Talmadge
in "Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots" (Ret.)
The Story of a Pretty Wife with Pretty Slippers


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