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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1922

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

"DUTCH CLEANSER" DANCE

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PRICES Including tax: Lower Floor $2.75; Balcony $2.20, $1.65, $1.10

SCENE FROM "IN AND OUT", 1923 MICHIGAN UNION OPERA, WHICH WILL BE
PRESENTED THIS AFTERNOON AT THE WHITNEY THEATItE FOR THE HENE-
FIT OF J-HOP GUESTS.

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THESECAME 100
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ton, Sault Ste. Marie; Katherine Ains-
worth, Battle Creek; Shirley S Salis-
bury, Petoskey; Isabelle Waterworth,
Detroit; Mrs. William L. Faust, Ann;
Arbor.
Booth 45-Alpha Tau Omega
Chaperon-Mrs. A. J. Anderson, Bal-
timore, Md. Guests-The Misses Bet-
ty Anderson, Baltimore, Md.; Janej
Briggs, Detroit; Clarice Casady, Mo-
line, Ill.; Martha Gibson, Youngs-
town, 0.; Doris Hammond, Lansing;
Elizabeth Holt, Cleveland, 0.; Cather-
ine Mellin, Detroit; Arlyle Manning,
Hollywood, Cal.; Virginia McVey, Lex-
ington, Ky.; Ruth Rost, Dayton, 0.;j
Catherine Rottier, Grand Rapids;
Merry Wagner, Ionia.
Booth 46-Chi Phi
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. Walter F.
Truettner, Bessemer. Guests - The
Misses Glenna L. Schlitt, Columbus,
0.; Frankelyn Smith, Wagoner, Okla.;3
Eleanor Musselman, Traverse City;
Elizabeth Pike, Detroit; Constance
MacDonald Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; Cor-
nelia Shepherd, Cheboygan; Florence
C. Johnson, Detroit; Maxine Walker,
Muskegon; Ruth May, Detroit; Ivah
A. Slout, Vermontville.
Booth 47-Phi Tau
Chaperons-Professor and Mrs. F.
A. Mickle, Ann Arbor. Guests-The
Misses Mable M. Kadow, Toledo, 0.;
Bernice M. Cooley, Saginaw; Theresa
Worden, Ann Arbor; Bernice Shumar,
Almont; Alice L. Guetschow, Detroit;
Natalie Jordan, Berrien Springs;
Helen Woodruff, State College, Pa.;
Frances V. Van Tassel, Flint; Ruth
Kircher, Ann Arbor; Evelyn M. Smith,
Ann Arbor; Doris Benedict, Detroit;
Lilias J. Kendall, Detroit; Mrs. P. W.
Hendershot, Ann Arbor; Betty Para-
vano, Washington, D. C.; Mary Cobb,
Escanaba; Christina Hicks, Romeo;
Grayce R. Johnson, Ann Arbor.
Booth 48-Delta Theta Phi
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. Morse D.1
Campbell, Detroit. Guests-The Miss-
es Elizabeth Albee, Detroit; Jean-
nette Albee, Detroit; Elizabeth Beck-
with, Saginaw; Corrine Brockway,I
Detroit; Edith Dombet, Lakewood, 0.;

'Grace L. Hendrickson, Ann Arbor;
Julia C. Kammer, Detroit; Helen
Locke, New York, N. Y.; Florence
Prolst, Ann Arbor,; MaiekRussell
Detroit; Elaine Scherer, Jackson.
Booth 49-Psi Upsilon and Zeta Psi
Chaperons - Mrs. It. I Watts,
Adrian; Mrs. R. W. Smith, Jackson;
Mr. and Mrs. William Comstock, De-
truit. Guests-The Misses Barbara
Schmid, Jackson; Phoebe Jean Corn-
well, Ann Arbor; Efie Thixton, Louis-
ville, Ky.; Virginia Belding, New
York, N. Y.; Virginia Field, Jackson;
Elizabeth Morrill, Grand Rapids;
Helen Race, Jackson; Genevieve
Dunn, Jackson; Elizabeth Jane Carle-
ton, Adrian; Betty Brandt, Grand
Rapids; Ernestine Robinson, Detroit;;
Mary Josephine Collins, Detroit; Mar-
tha Irmsclier, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Mil-
dred Taylor, Muskegon; Vivien Har-
gadon, Bay City; Anne Roby, Sagi-
naw; Katherine Bowen, Buffalo, N.
Y.; Juliet Henkle, Detroit.
Booth 50-Alpha Rho Chi
IChaperons-Mrs. J. C. Stone, De
troit; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stone, Ann
Arbor. Guests-The Misses Arlene
Sunderlin, Niles; Kitty Broadhead,
Detroit; Guth Vermilyea, Ann Arbor;
Bess Malory, Grand Rapids; Lucinda
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STARTING SUNDAY
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Munroe, Lansing; Muriel E. Davis,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Canielia Alten, Grand
Rapids; Frances Sutton, Detroit;
rBeyl kPeacock, Lake Odessa; Lorna
(ollack,Iuron, 0.
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