THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Pledge lists for six sororities may!
be found in yesterday's Daily. Those
remaining are as follows:
Alpha Epsilon Phi-Lillian David-
son, Ruth Davidson, Gladys Lax, Hiar-
riet Levy, Emilie Oppenheim, Gladys
Rosenblaum, Ruth Rosenthal,- Ruth
Alpha Phi-- Margaret Wentmore,
Sarah 'Hume, Hantiah, Fitch, Alice
Hicks, Margaret Dow, Margaret Bal-
lard, Vera Wallington, Jean Kyer,
Helen Ruth, Dorothy Dibble, Adeline
Collegiate Sorosis-Mary Lou Miller,
Agnes Parker, Margaret 'Reid, Chris-
tine Bauch, Jeanne Grover, Mary Bar-
rett, Margaret Parrott, Sue Bonner,1
Helena Knapp, Anna Grandy,.
Delta Delta Delta-Marjorie Butler, .
Elizabeth' Boehm,' Hermine Husband, ,
Jeanette Dorrance, Margaret Probeck,
Mary Margaret Miller, Frieda Schmidt, .
Florence Foster, Alice Wuerfel, Lucile
Groff, Mary Ferner.
Delta Zeta-Marion Daniel, Char-
lotte Platt, Florence Lake, Sarita
Davis, Helen Mull,. Norma Case..
Kappa Alpha Theta-- Harriet Ab-
bott, Edna Balz, Ethel Moore, Eleanorl
Musselman, Jeanne Ryan, Kathleen4
Rettenmeir, Romaine Bush, Dorothy
Marsh, Frances Bernum, Charlotte
Kappa Delta-Margaret Sandburg,
Julia Wilson, Geraldine Aubrey, Hel-
en Stewart, Margaret McNally, Mar-
ion Kubic, Buelah Harger, Lena Gra-2
Icey, Winifred Hapeman.
Kappa Kappa Gamma-Alice Allen,
Mary Carter, Hlen Sullivan, Mar-
garet Bailey, ,Betty Hascali, Phylis
1Hoaim1 a Lose' Hlu m inhreavs.iEliza -
Police Whatch For
bath Olnste, .Cathrin Keler, The yearly drive of the. Ann Arborfi-,plctounstrfcvoainswl
Ruth Holznagle, Alberta Olsen,Vr olcCo ui hfficaviOlationwl
ginia Buxton, Frederika Marston, Es begin. next week,CheTo O'rn
then Truttle, 1JKariet Wise, Irene Field, "announces. The drive has been de-
Genev Ewig, ilayed because it is expected that a
Genea Eyng. large number of student-owned ye-
Pi Beta Phi-Marguerite Ainsworth, hidleswilbtaehoehswek
Heln Asti, HlenBron, ackonNotices to appear in court will be11
Frances, Frick, Emily Hulbert, Dorothy( handed out for riding with more than
Lauver, Margaret Lawson, Frances two passengers in the front seat, open
Mode, FPrances Parrish, Margaret Pur-' mufflers, parking without lights, on
dy, Hazel Roberts, Charlotte Warsell, curbings, and in restricted zones, and
Eleanor Verdier. similar offenses. Heretofore from ten
Pi Kappa-Helen Gillespie, Marian to forty students each night have
Lindsley, Maxine anid Charlotte 'Crom- been haled into court for parking
well, Tunie Holt, Lora Belle Corron,I without lights~, according to Chief
Pauline and Lucile Canby, Margaret O'Brain. Fine for this offense is $3,45.
SFive students were arrested yester-
day for speeding, driving without lic-
ense, and more than two passengers
in the front seat. The fines were
$18.45, with the alternative of ten
days in jail. There is no case on rec-
ord of a student serving a jail sen-
tence in lieu of the fine, Chief O'Brien
THE BUSY BEE
WATCH FOR OPENING
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
Martin, Frances Hiuff, Pauline Humi:
Theta Phi Alpha-Morcedes O'Brien;
CAtherine Miller, Rosemary Matgen,
Elveyn Donhany, Dorothea Grix, Mar-
ion- Collnns,° Annette Kousela4, Aba-
gail Noon, Regina Reichman; MDonica.
O'Brien, Edythe Rhinevault..
Zeta Tau Alpha-Helen Best, Mar-
garet Brooks, Marian Burrows, Alice
Mellinger, Dorothy Ifidkelborough,
Thedora Smith, Dorothy Thompson.
shot by, AccIdexLt
Monroe, Oct. 2-(By A-, P.)--While
hunting meadowlarks with 'his step-
brother, John Bloomfield;,'Sunday aft-
ernoon, Alton Beaudry, 13, was so ser-
iously -injured when he was accident-
ally shot that he; died in the, Monroe.
hospital early Monday morning.
Bloomfield stated that he and his
youthful step-brother we'e in the
woods tramping along when Bloom-
field's gun discharged. __
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That's what everybody says about my
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TOPCOATS and MUFFLERS
FOR SNAPPY WEATHER
It isn't overcoat time yet, but these breezy fall
days you'll need a smart and comfortable top
coat to keep out the chill. We are showing
them in the correct box-back cut, with flap
Pockets. They're just the right weight, and are
serviceable as well as smart.
~.READY TO PUT ON, .35.OO
You'll like these imported "Bonnie Doon"
cashmere mufflers. They're made of smooth,
so ft wool-in Scotland, where such weaving is
an art. In particularly pleasing patterns and
$3 TO 6,50
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