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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1924

J-HOP GUESTS
(Continued from Page Three)
McKnight, Lansing; Lillian McCor
mick, Ann Arbor; Amanda McKin
ney, Waggoner, Okla.; Ruth Eagles
field, Wellesley, Mass.; Helen Porter
Sydney, Australia; Justine Price
Lansing; Nerissa Fitzsimmons, Detroit
Katherine Schwier, Detroit; Penn
Anspach, Detroit; Katherine Sherman
Detroit; Catherine Ashpaugh, High
land Park; Charlotte Ewing, Grand
Rapids; Elizabeth Smith, New York
City, N. Y.; Isabel Waterworth, De
troit.
Booth 13-Delta Sigma Phi and
Lambda Chi Alpha
Chaperones-Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sharp, Ann Arbor. Guests-Frances
Droster, Droster; Celestine Maloney,
Hopkins; Frieda Wishrop, Paola, Kan.;
Verna Trebilcock, Ishpeming; D. Irene
Mitchell, Belleville; Lorna Ketcham,
Highland Park; Mabelle McElvain,
Chicago, Ill.; Flora Callender, Ann
Arbor; Cleora Bown, East Aurora, N.
Y.; Lorreine O'Bryan, Montpelier, 0.;
Grace Humphreys, Flint.
Booth 14-Kappa Nu
Chaperones-Mr. and Mrs. J. Gold-
berg, Monroe. Guests-Miriam Kir-
schner, Peebles, 0.; Ethel Bushroe,
Saginaw; Neva Case, Ionia; Sally Cas-
sel, Detroit; Sylvia Price, Cleveland,
0.; Helen Ornstein, Appelton, Wis.;
Brownette Goldberg, Monroe; Florence
Meretsky, Windsor, Ont.
Booth l5-Sigma Phi
Chaperones- Mrs. William Bowen,
Grand Rapids ;Mrs. C. A. Howell, Arn
Arbor. Guests-Ellen Skae, Detroit;
┬░ElI Henry, Detroit; Alice Powell, De-
troit; Virginia Burle, Grand Rapids;

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Greater than
memory---

Student Design. ! Booth 16-Delta Theta Phi Dombey, Lakewood, O.; Edythe Har. land, Indianapolis, Ind.; Sarah Mac-
H De tio Chaperones- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ris, Elyria, 0.; Margaret Hozack, High- key, Altoona, Pa.; Florence Tuff, Chi-
- Op eCOra Ons Stanton, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. H. P. land Park; Isla Pruin, Zeeland. cago, Ill.; Dorothy Sanders, Traverse
Trosper, Ann Arbor. Guests-Lucile ty; Alice Holmes, Grand Rapids.
-l M.arsen, Manistee; Elizabeth Al- Booth 17-Theta Delta Chi
bee, Detroit; Jeannette Albee, Detroit; Chaperones-Dr. Ira 0. Denman and Booth 18-Sigma Phi Epsilon
Elaine Scherer, Jackson; Katherine Mrs. Denman, To'edo, 0. Guests-Lu- Chaperones--Mr 'and Mrs. V. J.
; I eIs, Detroit; Margaret Schefer, cille Nichols, Benton Harbor; Alice Waltz, Toledo, 0. Guests - Virginia
Detroit; Vivian Webster, Kalamazoo; Young, Grand Rapids; Elaine Scott Browne, Greenville; Virginia Burger,
, Audrey Hyde, Clearfield, Pa.; Esthe Springfield, Ill.; Irene Miller, Niles Highland Park; Martha Burries, Steu-
Hindelong, Grand Rapids; Grace Stoll 0.; Mary Kney, Madison, Wis.; Dor- tenville, 0.; Blanche Crebbs, Jackson;
- Detroit; Mary Stitt, Washington, D othy Bennett, Laurium; Agnes Holm- arian Foster, Ypsilanti; Alice Hick-
Lucy Glenn, Cincinnati, 0.; Edith quiet, Cleveland, O.; Mary Jane Cross- (Continued on Page Five)
-a
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20 :301 LAST TIMES TODAY 17:00 S:3
T0 THE (0 MilTE IESPONSIIILE FOR THilS WONDER-
TFUL EENT, COG'ATULATIONS. AND TO THE GUESTS Flappi
{E lOPE YO1 WILL CHERISH THIS PARTY AS ONE OF n
TRE M B E 11110(SOCIAL EVENTS IN ANN ARBOR.
THE- )ANAGEMENT.
J ULA WAS THE PRETTIEST and
GIRL IN TOWN - BUT 50
Phillip 3111ler, '24D KIND-HEARTED SHE
COU NTf
To whom goes the credit for design- SAY
ing the Arctic setting for the 1925NO"
Junior Hosp. Aliller's decorative-
Juirfo. Mle' oaiescheme was submitted to the Johnson' l a u e
Flag and Decorating Company of De-
troit, who agreed to carry it into ef-
fet.
Josephine Corl, Grand Rapids; Anne
Gale, Cincinnati, O.; Bess Come, Lans-
ing; Alice Luhrsen, Chicago, Ill.; Hel-
en Hitchell, Chicago, Ill.; Barbara
Hackensall, Chicago, Ill.( P1ip
ItacenollChiagoIll G E T L EBring together so much of
1your
daintiness and beauty-
that it has become a fixed
p E habit of our store to gather
the choice of the world in
fromBOOTH TARiKINGTON S Toilet Items. A glance in
MOST POPULAR NOVEL
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY our show cases will con-
ne 9 1-
pointnentLL HART IS BACK vince you of the care we
have shown in the selec-
ou tion.
cdreureyr
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Liberty St.
hat we can to add to
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WILLIAM S. HART Drug and Prescription
tild Bil ickok
ILL HART'S here again to welcome his old friends and Cor. State and N. University
Bmake new ones. It's his first picture since his retirement
and a rousing one! With a great cast and Pinto, the famous Phone 308
Hart Pony.
-STARTING WEDNESDAY- JMi Gilbert's Wonderful
JAM ES C RU ZE tibems odet
ECORATORS WisMade the Covered Wagon Chocolates
Presents
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