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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1923

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PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1923

CUESS-GUETS
(Continued from Page Three)
erine A. Evans, Detroit; Edythe
Rhinevault, Saginaw; Martha J. Sin-
gler, Dunkirk, Ind.; Margaret Hutch-
ings, Charlotte.
Booth 16-Sigma Phi
Chaperons-Mrs. H. J. M. Grylls,
Detroit; Mrs. E. F. Conley, Detroit.
Guests-The Misses Doris Sprague,
Cheboygan; Katherine Peyton, Chica-
go, Ill.; Virginia Muhlhauser, Cincin-
nati, O.; Barbara O'Connell, Dacken-
sack, N. J.; Mary Pope, Detroit; Elen-
or Bright, Detroit; Doris McKeon,
Grand Rapids; Virginia Fox, Detroit;
Elizabeth Small, Chicago, Ill.; Kath-
erine Styer, Youngstown, N. Y.
Booth 17-Argo Club
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. George S.
Lasher, Ann Arbor. Guests - The
Misses Nina Beedon, Flint; Isabelle
Rudd, Bryn Mawr, Pa; Alice Hom-
burg, Cleveland, O.; Margery Ann
Stone, Flint; Marjorie Furlong, Wash-
ington, D. C.; Esther Ewald, Cleve-
land, 0.; Celestine O'Rourke, Port
Huron; Ethel Spilsbury, Detroit;
June Notely, Ann Arbor; Ruth Coon,'
Ann Arbor; Josephine Clark, North
Tonawanda, N Y.; Dorothy Wildin,
Fort Wayne, Ind.; Mrs. Frank Town-
send, Ann Arbor.
Booth 18-Phi Sigma Kappa
Chaperons-Professor and Mrs H.
B. Merrick. Guests-The Misses Eliz-
abeth Lauver, Detroit; Frances Stryk-
er, Summit, N. J.; Rosamond Beers,
Detroit; June Ruelle, Detroit; Mar-
garet Macnnis, Portland, Ore.; Rose
Schwab, Ann Arbor; Virginia Cam-
bell, Grand Rapids; Doris Chester-
field, Detroit; Katherine Endress, De-
troit.
Booth 19-Phi Rho Sigma
Chaperons-Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Dan-
iels, Ann Arbor; Mrs. W. V. Brace,
Ann Arbor. Gests-The Misses Jane
McCurdy, Detroit; Joyce McCurdy,
Detroit; Queen McCullock, Detroit;
Katherine Frank, Detroit; Frieda
Wishropp, Reola, Kans.; Martha How-
ell, Altoona ,Pa.; Susan Fitch, Socor-
r, New Mexico; Frances Brooks Pon-
tiac; Margaret Shafer, South Bend,
Ind.; Mary Helen Lewis, Ypsilanti;
Ruth Shepard, Rochester, N. Y.; Mar-
garet Revels, Ann Arbor.
Booth 20-Independent
Chaperons-Dr. and Mrs. Dean W.'
Myers, Ann Arbor. Guests - The
Misses Clarabelle S. Day, Marshall;
Charlotte D. Phelps, Newark, N. J.;
Barbara M. Walker, Detroit; Helen
Rooney, Toledo, 0.; Alberta Bien-
dall, Kearsarge; Louise Ve Kraker,
Grand Rapids; Stella E. Hasley, Mon-
roe; Marjorie Ely, Pontiac; Gene M.
Waterbury, Detroit; Ruth Senton, Ann
Arbor; Virginia Reaume, Detroit;
Helen Conerfort, Detroit; Cecil Voll-
nayer, Toledo, 0.; Lela M. Allen, Co-
rona; Charlotte Crafts, Toledo, 0.;
Mildred Palmer, Detroit; Mildred
Symes, Ann Arbor; Mile Moreman,
Grand Rapids
Booth 21-Phi Mu Alpha
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Moore, Tecumseh. Guests-The Miss-
es Margaret Young, Birmingham; Mi-
nota Lancaster, Clinton; Marion Eliz-
abeth Lightbody, Detroit; Irene Bord-
well, Cass City; Dorothy Spencer,
Jackson; Cecil Clark, Hillsdale;
Ethel Hartley, Detroit; Irene Beal,
Detroit

A. McLaughlin, Ann Arbor. Guests - I 1111111111t1111OIlliilllll 1 1 1 1 1 IIIII lllllllllllll llllllllli{11111111111111111t11tf111U1111 t
The Misses Katherine Brown, De
troit; Elizabeth Stark, Detroit; Mary
Arden Crumpacker, Valparaiso, Ind.;
Adele DeLano, Ann Arbor; Elma
Walz, Ann Arbor; Marjorie Tanner
Flint; Nellie Cutting, Lapeer; Dora
Jenks, Port Huron; Ruth McCormick,
Otter Lake; Frances Wickham, Sag-
inaw; Helen McColl, Port Huron; El-H E
va Mazer, Detroit; Helen Crocker
Denver, Col.; Mrs. Russel Edison,
Grand Rapids.
Continued on Page Five)
The Artist SE4
in selection THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITES
of c ho i c e The Orchestra that put the Pep in
perfumes College Proms. ::
and toilet "JUST A LITTLE DIFFERENT"
powders. Clarksburg, West Virginia Box 424 JIM SHIELDS, Mgr.
will find an
exceptional

quality and
variety of---
FRENCH
and
AMERICAN
p r od u c t s
from which
to satisfy
her best
wishes

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SUNDAY
,,. A . THRU
TUESDAY
PROGRAM
The Mngt. of this theatre takes this opportunity to congratulate the com-
mittee in charge of Ann Arbor's most talked of social event, for its presen-
tation beautiful. We welcome to Ann Arbor the out of town guests and
know your pleasure will be this year's most memorable event,
*nO1E SjzAy
K LHaPE~o
HATE YOU SEEN hIt
--
In a Stirring Tale of Black
Hands, Black Faces, Black \
Clouds and a Riot of Fun,
Breath-Catching Thrills, and
Perfect Romance Before You
Get to the Silver Lining.-
a-
BY ROD WAGNER, CELEBRATED
SATURDAY EVENING POST AUTHOR
It will be remembered that this offering was given a tremendous ovation
by Detroit theatre-goers when it opened at the ADAMS THEATRE for
a week's engagement.
- In Addition -
SUNDAY -- SHOWIN G-OTHER DAYS A CENTURY COMEDY
"STING 'EM SWEET"
1:30 - 8:00 - 4:30 | 2:00 - 8:30 SPORT REVIEW
7:00 - 8:30 7:00 - 8:50 INTERNATIONAL NEWS -
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Booth 22-Sigma Nu
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. Lowell'
Carr, Ann Arbor. Guests-The Misses Drake's
Jean Fogle, Charleston, W. Va.; Ruth
Rumsey, Chicago, Ill.; Dorothy Dewey, Drug and Prescription
Chicago, Ill.; Frieda Boes, Ann Ar- Store
bor; Laura Louise Price, St. Louis,
Mo.; Ruth Morey, Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. Cor. State and N. University
LeRoy Neisch, Detroit. Phone 308
Booth 23-Phi Sigma Delta and Phi
Delta Epsilon "The Quarry
Chaperons--Mr. and Mrs. David
Hubar, Detroit. Guests-The Misses
Lillian Rosenbaum, East Orange, N.
J.; Bernice Kay, Omaha, Neb.; Ruth
Goldstein, Detroit; Helen Esser, De- Gilbert's Wonderful
troit; Ann Nurko, Detroit; Fannie S. Chocolates
Freedman, Vancouver, Wash.; Min-
nie Seligson, Detroit; Rova Kay,
Omaha, Neb.
Booth 24-Phi Kappa Sigma
Chaperons-Professor and Mrs. W.

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