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February 11, 1922 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-02-11

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
"Such perfectly delightful new hats,
LEADERS OF GRAND MARCH andsobecoming"
That is what you will say when you see our new spring
styles at
Mrs. Grace 230 Nickels Arcade
Van Schoick VNE Phone 795-W
66joy
Rules
the
World"
CIUILES A. IUERH MISS GRACE PAtTT11SON
Mr. hummer and Miss Pattinson were the leaders of the grand march at the Junior Hop Friday evening. Hum -
mer is chairman of the Hop Committee. Miss Pattinson's home is in Manistique. not, when
Booth 39-Phi Delta Theta iBooth 42-Alpha Sigma and everybody
A ON hOE PRSriI Chaperon-Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. Pi Upsilon Rhoeas t
_____E Brower, Pontiac; Dr. Arthur Sander Chaperons Dr. and Mrs. Lion W. eats at
and Mrs. Sanders, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Boyd, Dr. Charles F. Meyer, Dr. and
(Continued from Page Six) Mrs. Longyear, Lansing. Guests-The Mrs. Wilbert B. Hinsdale, Ann Arbor.
Detroit; Gervaise Carpeter, Blisrfield; Misses Jane Bently, Lima, O.; Helen Guests-Mrs. Howard S. Wilson, Lans-
I;Tinan, Peoria, Ill.; Kaythrine Moul- ing; the Misses Edna Whitney, Helen
Helen Vickery, Detroit; Hortense H1ud ton, Lima, 0.; Vivan Hoffman, Kansas N. Viiicit, Pielps, N. V.; Elizabeth
Ann Arbor. City, M.; Margaret Severance, Kan- M. Vincent, Phelps, N. V.; Beth C.
sas City, Mo.; Jannet Slotenbach, Stoddard, Wyandotte; Ruth G. Sanzen-
Booth 37-Zeta Beta Tau Lima, 0.; Helen Baker, Lima, 0.; Ruth bacher, Toledo, O.; Arlene Des Ermia,
Chaperonss-Prof. and Mrs. I. Leo Wells, Lima, 0.; Alberta Clark, Lans- (Continued on Page Eight)
Sharfman; Mrs. Meyer A. Loeb, Chi- ing; Sally Hamilton, Lansing; Eliza-
cago, Ill.; Mrs. Walter Rosengarten, beth Elliott, Lansing; Cornelia Bou-
Toledo, O. Guests-The Misses Doris tell, Bay City; Margaret Wallace, Bay
Artley, Akron, 0.; Pauline Hart, Lor- City; Adelene Johnson, Enid, Okla.;
ain Nathan, Amy Wolf, Doris Zeisler, Harriet Shephard, Ann Arbor.
Chicago, Ill.; Emily Jane Guiderman,
Jean Hilb, Frances Seinsheimer, Cin- Booth 40-Independents
cinnati, 0.; Maxine Davis, Lillian Chaperon-Mrs. Thomas McKay, De- Second-Hand Books Bought and Sold
Efroymson, Ruth Mossler, Indianapo- troit. Guests - The Misses Maude
lis, Ind.;Eleanor Cramer, Gladys Ros Johnston, Detroit; Cyria Farley, De-
enbauiu, Kalamazoo; Sally Cassel, Syl- troit; Evelyn Goldman, Detroit; Sylvia l T
ver, Co. iimNtaBfao ri;Mra .Ncos apo, vrsUniversity Book Store
via Lind, Detroit; Anne Degen, Den- Kittleman, Detroit; Eva Ginsberg, De- S V e S yO t r
Lid eri;Am eeDn-KtKteaDtotEaGnbrD-ver, Colo.; Miriam Nathan, Buffalo,I troit; Marian M. Nichols, Hampton,;
N. Y.; Cecille Ehrman, Helena, Ark. Va.; Dorothy Koepe, Beacon Hills;
Aileen McLeod, Ann Arbor; Elizabeth
Booth 38-Theta Delta Chi Mock, Ashland, Ky.; Beatrice Austin, l I IIIII11III
Chaperons-Mrs. W. I. Butler, Ann Adrian; Amanda McKinney, Wagner,
Arbor; Mrs. C. W. Keena, Detroit. Okla.; Harriet Knight, Marquette;
Guests-The Misses Dorothy Maitland, Genevieve Pardee, Concord; Marguer -
Negaunee; Margaret Cuddy, Ashville, st Spaulding, St. Johns; Mildred
N. C.; Gwendolyn Wilt, Altoona, Pa.; Frecking, Battle Creek.
Madge Atwsoud, tCairu; Beatrice Canip-
bell, Sault Ste Marie; Ruth Chamber- Booth 41-Delta Sigma Pi -
lin, Grand Rapids; Katherine Brem- Cihaperons-Prof. Joseph R. Hayden
ner, Boston, Mass.; Margaret Nester, aind Mrs. Hayden, Ann Arbor. Guests -
Detroit; Frances Seidel, Grand Rap- -The Misses Muriel Sweet, Detroit; In a photoplay we are glad to show
ids; Frances Barnard, Cleveland, O.; Virginia Sweet, Deroit; Ruth Sturm-
Dorothia Droege, Dunkirk, N. Y.; Lor- er, Port Huron; Alice Rich, Detroit;
aine Denman, Toledo, 0.; Geraldine Joyce Van Aistyne, Wyandotte; Mary " T H E
Sterling, Jackson; Margaret Cameran, Randall, Ann Arbor; Helen Frost, Ann
Detroit; Pauline Stark, Pittsburg, Pa.; Arbor; Lula Warner, Lansing; Hazel
Helen Thompson, West Point, Neb.; Eckhart, Lansing; Edna Groff, Grand -
Ninah Maiev Ck, Germantown, Pa.; Rapids; Carol Walters, Pontiac; Hel-
Nanette Hugget, Grand Rapids; Jos- en Davis, Ann Arbor; Dorothy Collier,
ephine Laig, Portland, Me. Detroic. Booked in especially for J-Hop patronage
- WE ARE MIGHTY POSITIVE We Have Something YOU WANT TO SEE
COMIN SUNDAY FOR FIVE DAYS
G on ! .:: RoESENTS_

HAL THE
A mere glance and someone has. form-
ed his impression of you in the flash of
an eye; They have seen you, gauged you,
y thegreatet cat of
judged you and now they are gone! starseverasemtbe
onhe sren!4d1d
What has that impression been? What is wENC viO
their opinion of you? How will they remem- 1r O EE
her you? You can answer that question for LA L
yourself by answering another question,"Who -
was your tailor?"_-
Well dressed men are in the habit ofan
having their clothes tailored / is
-by-
J. Karl Malcolm
"Quality first - economy allvays"
Now at the Adams theatre in Detroit
for 50c, 75c, $1.00 prices.
Note: We now have an exceptionally fine line FT "HAM" HAMILTON
of spring overcoats in the imported woolens Foe c i and Theodore Roberts
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