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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATITM AY, APIL 5, 1919

WHO'S WHO Al THE HOP
(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
Rinshed, Detroit; Madeline Markham,
C'harlotte; Lois Shoemaker, Elmira, N.
Y.; Emily Edwards, Wellesley, Mass.:
Dixie Barrett, New York City.
Booth 1---Delta Upsilon
Chaperones-Mrs. Willis o. Nance,
Chicago. Guests-Misses Josephine
Serrill, Harriet Bqnallak, 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 Hughes, Montreal, Can.
Booth 13-Chi Psi
Chaperones-Mrs. H. J. Burkhardt,
Rochester, N. Y. Guests - Misses
Melen 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 Brandts
New York; Ruth Curtis, Toledo, O.;
Lucile LeVoy, Portland, 0.; 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 Wol-
lenstein, La Porte, Ind.; Helen Blank,
Harrison, N. J.
Booth 16-Phi Kappa Sigma
Chaperones-Prof. JohnIt . Brumm.
and Mrs. Brumm. Guests - Misses
Louise Johnston, Pauline Dunn, De-
troit; Clara Reid, Port Huron; Emma
Jane Minor, Ruth Minor, Grand Rap-;
ids; Hester Haze, Lansing; Katherine
MacLeod, Evanston, Ill.; Phebe Hub-
bard, Ashtabula, O.; Margaret Rowell,
Valparaiso, Ind.; Helen Hudson, Gos-
hen, Ind.; Shirley Rutherford, New
York City; Margaret Dalrymple,
Louisville, Ky.
Booth 17-Independent
Guests-Misses Grace Young, Laura
Clarke, Celia Girardin, Sara Lamberg,
Adelaide V. Wendover, Detroit; Franc-
es Caldwell, Constantine; Mildred Vans
Amberg, Brighton; Ethel E. Orton,
Three Rivers; Bernice Whittemore,
Alice H. Brown, Ann Arbor; Hildred
Doubler, Ruth Wise, Cleveland, O.!
Ethel H. Glauz, Grand Rapids; Franc-
es Salinger, South Bend, Ind.; Helen
Roeloss, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Booth 18-Delta Chi
Chaperones-Mr. and Mrs. Norman
W. Reed, Toledo, O. Guests--Miss's
Laura Ballentine, Dyme Bodenstab, Is-
abel Laylander, Edith Meiser, Helen
Worcester, Detroit; Ethel Apfel, ,lizai-
beth Arthur, Mina Montigel, Enma,
Riggs, Ann Arbor; Geneva A. Bacon,
Toledo, O.; L. Allene tecker, Ros-
well, N. M.; Frances M. Dundas, LT:mss-
ing; Flora Kelley, Kansas City, Mo.:
Elizabeth Schieffelin, Wellsboro, Pa.
Booth 19-Acacia
Chaperone- Mrs. L. C. Goodrich.
Ann Arbor. Guests- Misses Esther
Louise Fiss, Albion; Myrtle Cum-
mings, Vera M. Cummings, Jackson
Ethel J..Sherwsoo,Has- City,; lant<
tact. St. Johns; NMinnis t;linsbutisMct
Grew, Pittsburg, Pa.; Lodema Wil
liams,, Eldora, Ia.; Mihldred 1. Ii
man, Rochester,.N. Y.; Leila E..N_ 5 .
ell, ;llmdora, Ia.; Agnes M1. Haum, New
Castle, Pa.

Bootis 20--Commerce Club
Chaperones-Prof. I. Leo Sharfman
and Mrs. Sharfman. Guests-Missrs
Helene Carmichael, Beatrice Radc.
coacher, Mildred IHenry. Detroit; Olites
Nobert, Margaret Kelly, Jackseon;
Lucy Moran, Grand Rapids; Thelta
Forsyth, Gladstone; Pauline Johnsen,
Owosso; Marion Handley, Toledo, O.;
Mary Lohrstoffer, Port Huron; Doris
Sprague, Cheboygan; Grace Olilmach-
er, Florence Morrison, Annints r;
Lois Maher, Ma-ille, N. V.
Booth 21-Sigma Chi
Chaperones-Mr. and Mrs. John D.
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 Mc-I
Donald, Detroit; Elizabeth Briscoe,
Jackson; Lucy Carlisle, Eleanor Car-
lisle, Sagniaw; Virginia Mack, Ann
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; Eleanor Dixon, Port
Huron; Merrild Worsford, Grand
Haven; Grace Burrett, Margaret Neff,
Ann Arbor; Martha Shepard, Parnas-
sus, Pa.; Yvonne Stalker, 'T'oronto,
Can.; Cecilia Fohey, Hattiesburg.
Miss.; Virginia K. Updike, Esther L.
Dorrance, Ethel McAlpine, Detroit;
June LeVerette, Pontiac; Dorothy
Wall, Kalamazoo; Ernestine Hall,
Lansing; Doris C. McDonald, Holly;
Mildred Edmunds, Grand Rapids;
Merle M. Miller, Menoninee; Josephine
Shaffer, Lima, O.; Kathleen Trask,
Detroit.
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)

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"Hi arisi~anife"
The very first night she came down in a caring French creation. Wow! but the Puritan
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of Elsie Ferguson's brilliance when you see her dressed in these stunning Paris clothes.
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Its thrilling depths cc uld not 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
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Four Jolly Tars. in Sing Song

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ARCADE
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 woman
Sunday-Monday, April 6-7
Kay Laurel in "The Brand"
A Rex Beach Picture, described as 'The Most Thrillimg Melodrama
Since The Spoilers'"
Tuesday, April 6, Constance Talmadge
in "Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots" (Ret.)
The Story of a Pretty Wife vith Pretty Slippers
COMING-NORIMA TALMADGE IN "THE PROBATION WIFE"
CONSTANCE TALMIADGE IN "A LADY'S NAME"
ALICE JOYCE IN "THE LION AND THE MOUSE"

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