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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1922

RDDlTI R P GUES UTSFAc
" G They Did The Work SUN
(Continued from Page Seven)
Ann Arbor; Mary Ellen Townes, Ann Of a
weeke
Arbor; Gladys Hartshorn, Ann Arbor; at 4:1
Helen Ryan, Toledo, O.; Norma Jud- Hil4:a
son, Grand Rapids; Grace Maxwell, by Ero
Detroit; Loyce Cushing, Ann Arbor; by Mrs
Laura Hyde, Saugerties, N. Y.; Helenpguest
McGregory, Flint.'wood,
z z y k j _ 1 pianist
Booth 43-Acacia School
Chaperons-President and Mrs. Mar-
ion L. Burton, Ann Arbor; Mrs. Eva 'd rs.I
Sprague Goodrich, Ann Arbor; Col. dent of
and Mrs. Frank Kern, Mattoon, Ill.r
Guests-Mrs. Amy W. Coates, Ann Ar-
bor; the Misses Mildred Campbell, Ft. '-
Wayne, Ind.; Florence Derrick, Tar-
tentum, Pa.; Kathryn H. Ford, Ponti- I
ac; Helen Good, Lafayette, Ind.; Helen
L. Hall, Owosso; Lucille E. Osmer,
Owosso; Lyda R. Rideout, Detroit; A J-Hop doesn't just happen. It takes many days of strenuous work on
Sylvia J. Ralston, Butler, Pa.; MarieU
Syeveran. RyaltOk llie . Saw- the part of the Hop committee before it becomes a reality. Above are the
,tevermAn, Roya , Oak; Nellie M. Saw-men who toiled that you might be merry tonight. From left to right they are:
yer, Almont; Margaret Stone, Cleve- Front row-Kinugman, Hunt, O'Brien, A. C. Gibson. Middle row-Martin,
land, O.; Marion A. Frink, Evanston, Lynch, Hummer, chairman, Gill, Daniels. Back row-Buckingham, Kreis,
Ill.; Hazel C. Forrester, Empire. Kirkpatrick, R. D. Gibson.
Booth 44-Lambda Chi Alpha
Chaperons-Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Booth 48-Nu Sigma Nu Mrs. Owen Watts, and Mr. and Mrs.
Woody, Ann Arbor. Guests-the Miss- Chaperons-Dr. and Mrs. James F. William Brown, Jr., all of Ann Ar-
es Madeline B. Brown, Grand Rapids; Breakey, Ann Arbor. Guests-The bor; Miss Mary Grace Gundry, Flint.'
Florence V. Butcher, Paris, Tex.; Ger- Misses. Camilla Hayden, Tecumseh;
trude Ann Hayes, Hastings; Laurella Helen Currie, Bradford, Pa.; Dana Booth 54-Independents
Florence Hollis, Ann Arbor; Helen Pettibone, Detroit; Elizabeth Gier, Chaperons-Dr. and Mrs. L. Rouse,
Davenport, Newark, N. J.; Bernice Lansing; Gladys McConnal, Detroit; Ann Arbor. Guests-the Misses Mary
Warner, Grand Rapids; Helen Hough, Elizabeth Maly, Jackson; Ada Nut- Doty, Marysville; Frances D. Jack-
Mulvane, Kans.; Mary Van Deinse, ten, Detroit; Marie O'Connell, Olean, son, Detroit; Lillian Brocklebank, To-
Greenville; Doris Robinson, Medina, N. Y.; Helen Shaw, Ann Arbor. ledo, 0.; Wilma Gwinner, Ann Arbor;
0.; Helen King, Cleveland, 0.; Ger- Helen Holmes, Detroit; Viola P. Cline, ,
trude Dodds, Mt. Pleasant; Elinor Booth 49-Delta Theta Phi Detroit; Ethel Dunn, Ann Arbor; Eu-
Randall, Union City; Ruth Toepel, De- Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Jef- nice Humphrey, Ann Arbor; M. Irene
troit; Lenore Voelker, Detroit; Al- ferson, Oxford, Eng. Guests-The Straub, Traverse City; Lois M. Baker,
freda Barth, Ann Arbor; Mildred Misses Doris Gilhams, Sturgis; Betty Ann Arbor; Geraldine L. Miller, Ann
Heubner, Detroit. Gratton, Detroit; Maxine Burdette, Arbor; Gertrude Tennant, Ann Arbor;
Detroit; Barbara Condon, Toledo, 0.; Herriet L. Gleason, Ann Arbor.
Booth 45-Phi Sigma Kappa Edith Dombey, Cleveland, 0.; Julia
Chaperons-Professor and Mrs. A. Kammer, Detroit; Anette Alstrohm, Resume Publicatien February 14
H. White, Ann Arbor. Guests-the Calumet; Ruth Bossler, Grand Rap- Publication of the Daily will be re-
Misses Dorothy Baisley, Detroit; Hel- ids. sumed with the issue of Tuesday morn-
en Lamb, Marshall; Elizabeth Lauver, ing Feb. 14. According to custom,
Detroit; June Ruelle, Detroit; Grace Booth 50-Corduroy Club publication was suspended with the
issue of Jan. 29 to enable the staff to1
Ford, Mill Valley, Calif.; Caroline Na- Chaperons-Dr. and Mrs. Eugene H. prepare for and take their sundry ex-
pier, St. Joseph; Elizabeth Carter, Leslie, Ann Arbor. Guests-the Miss- aminations.
Huntington, W. Va.; Mora Raber, es Marion B. Winckler, Detroit; Edna _minatons._
Grand Rapids; Rosamond Beers, De- Aldertosn, Saginaw; Grace Mac Cul-
troit; Elizabeth Phillips, Goshen, N. lough, Detroit; Margaret E. Gunst, De- Annual Union banquets were inau-
Y.; Sigrid Berling, Waterberry, Conn.; troit; Alice Guetschow, Detroit; Min- gurated in 1903.
Kathleeen Endress, Detroit; Kathleen nie Kehren, Saginaw; Iris Videan, De-
O'Brien, Ann Arbor; Marjorie Rose- troit; Marion Willis, Ann Arbor; Dor-
crans, Tecumseh; Marie Sullivan, Chi- othy M. Reichle, Ann Arbor; Wilma UNION DANCE TONIGHT
cago, Ill. Welch, Lansing; Margaret L. Lindsey,
Detroit; Sarah F. Connolly, Rockford, The dining room of the Union
Booth 46-Delta Chi Ill.; Hildred Fuller, Lapeer; Mary E. will be open from 6 to 8 o'clock
Chaperons-Dr. and Mrs. James A. Postlethwaite, Natchez, Miss.; and Saturday evening. Either formal E
Welch, Battle Creek. Guests--the Mrs. H. W. Davxis, Grand Rapids. orinformalaatirwldbecect.
There will be a formsal dance in
Misses Margaret Chamberlin, Grand assembly hall from 9 to 12 o'clock
Rapids; Evelyn Fay Rockwell, Detroit; Booth 51--Gamma Eta Gamma asse hall A 9 tc12 o
in the evening. A few tickets for
Frances Oberholtzer, Huntington, W. Chaperon-Mrs. T. II. Ferris, Ut- the dance are still available at
Va.; Blanche L. Brant, Grand Rapids; ca, N. Y. Guests-The Misses Julia main desk of the Union.
Marion E. Lehr, Centerville; Vivian Hurley, Vassar College; May Thomp-
North, Ann Arbor; J. Cliveous Han- son, Richmond, Va.; Marion Gram,
cock, Union City; Edith E. Milnes, Evanston, Ill.; Lillian Reid, Ann Ar- -
Coldwater; Madeline Pringle, Chat- bor; Frances Klapp, Utica, N. Y.; . . r
ham, Ont.; Marion C. Thomas, Manis- Eleanor Miller, Ann Arbor; Beatrice
tique; Irma Langlois, Detroit. Rinehardt, Nome, Alaska; Agnes
Abele, Saginaw; Ruth Metters, Colum-
Booth 47-Sigma Delta Kappa bus, 0.; Virginia Look, Winnipeg,
Chaperons-Prof. W. G. Smeaton Can.; Mildred Troster, Detroit; Allie Studios-
and Mrs. Smeaton, Ann Arbor, Guests Lynch, Detroit. Ann ArborN
-The Misses Margaret A. Coleman,
Detroit; Elizabeth Hascall, Detroit; Booth 52-Phi Kappa Sigma
Doris Greene, Detroit; Aleta Raymon, Chaperons-Professor J. L. Brumm
Charlotte; Helen Mutschler, Nappanee, and Mrs. Brumm, Ann Arbor. Guests---
Ind.; Elizabeth Cain, South Haven; The Misses Frances Weimer, St. A-
Vesta Dewitt, Harbour Springs; Flora bans, W. Va.; Margaret Spain, De-
E. Uddenberg, Iron Mountain; Esther troit; Frances Wickham, Saginaw;
Salk, Iron River; Helen King, Ann Eleanor Meisel, Port Huron; Helen
Arbor; Jean Watkins, Ann Arbor. Marie McColl, Hillsdale; Mr. and -

UTY CONCERT of the late Theodore Thomas of the
DAY AFTERNOON Chicago Symphony orchestra, under
whom she sang on various occasions.
She received her training under Ital-
musical nature over the J-Hop ian masters. While in Chicago her
nd will be the Faculty concert singing in church circles brought her
5 o'clock Sunday afternoon in recognition,- having been soloist in the
uditorium. This will be given church where Dr. Gunsalulaus pre-
. George Hastreiter, soprano and sides. Her sister was Helen Hastreit-
soloist, Samuel Pierson Lock- er, one of the most honored contraltos
violinist, Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, of her time and occupying a position
, and Marian Struble, violinist, similar to that of Mme. Schumann
st three being members of the Heink.
of Music faculty.
Hastreiter, at present a resi- "Senior Laws will be quizzed on the
Ann Arbor, is a prominent con- first five lectures in evidence."-From
tist. She was a personal friend Daily, Feb. 28, 1892.
"Footwear of Quality
and Distinction
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After the"Hop"
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