THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1925
THISI iS ALL OF HEM
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zog, Saginaw; Alberta Leverett, Lans-
ing; Katherine M. Beierlein, Ft.
Wayne, Ind.; Viola Martin, Muskegon;
Alberta Van Voorhis, Jackson; Made-
line M. Evon, Detroit; Mildred Schatz,
Toledo, O.; Marjorie Morgan, Tecum-
seh; Tessa Worden, Ann Arbor; Rita
E(eebe, Battle Creek; Mrs. J, M. Det-
wyler, Ann Arbor.
Booth 44-Delta Tau Upsilon
Paron-Mrs. Anna Dilligham, Ann
Arbor. Guests-Misses Frances S.
Newell, Kirkwood, Mo.; Margaret
Aileen Ellis, Owosso; Dorothy Og-
born, Saginaw; Leontine Hollister, De-
troit; Constance Clark. Woonocket,
R. I.; Frances B. Motz, Pittsburgh,
Pa.; Margaret La Feure, Toledo, 0.;
Elizabeth Russell, Saginaw; Catherine
. Wite, Gary, Ind.; Frances orine,
Detroit; Genevieve Fasett Washing-
ton, D. C.; Elsa Schuler, Grand Rap-
ids; Marjory Brando, Detroit; Luella
M. Schneider, Ann Arbor; Mrs. D. B.
Booth 45-Alpha Rho Chi, Delta Alpha
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. Leon A.
Makielski, Ann Arbor. Guests-Misses
Lora Corson, Ann Arbor; Lucile Gard-
ner, Ilansing; Helen Gladding, Kal-
amazoo; Edith Olson, Kalamazoo;
Kathrine Hubbard, Mt. Clemens; Mil-
dred Huebner, Mt. Clemens; Vivian
North, Ann Arbor; Marian L. Palmer,
Detroit; Elizabeth Smith, Big Rapids;
Josephine Weeks, South Bend, Ind.;
Helen Whipple, Grand Rapids; Ber-
nice Whitbeck, Lansing; Kathryn Will-
son, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Booth No. 46-Sigma Nu
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. F M. Smith
Detroit. Guests-Misses Marjorie E.
Jones, Cleveland, 0.; Mary Pell, De-
troit; Marjorie Houghton, Bay City;
Irene Lutz, Ann Arbor; Lucia Lee Kil-
patrick, Detroit; Marion Leland, De-
troit; Margaret Townsend, Detroit;
Helen Pape, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Alice
Tyler, Detroit; Constance MacDonald,
Booth No. 47--Delta Sigma Delta
Patrons-Dr. and Mrs. U. G. Rick-
ert, Ann Arbor; Dr. and Mrs. F. B.
Vedder, Ann Arbor; Dr. and Mrs. M.
L. Ward, Ann Arbor; Dr. and Mrs.
Jeserich, Ann Arbor. Guests-Misses
Helen Brown, Ann Arbor; Florence
R. Crissmai, Washington, D. C.;
Frances Fishburne, St. Johns; Joyce
M. Godfrey, Hillsdale; Virginia E.
Kurtz, Jackson; Elizabeth M. Lyons,
Montrose; Katherine McCann, Toledo,
B.; Marjory Peoples, Detroit; Leita P.
Root, Otisville; Maxine R. Rust, Ann
Arbor; Buryl Scott, Flint; Gertrude
Tesch, Madison, Wis.; Mrs. J. R.
Crissman, Ann Arbor.
Booth No. 48-Lambda Chi Alpha
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. H. C. La-
mont, Detroit. Guests-Misses Mabel
Neel, Jenkintown, Pa.; Mignon Sny-
der, Ann Arbor; Celestine Maloney,
Hopkins; Lillian Harding, Detroit;
Josephine Morse, St. Joseph; Gretchen
Smith, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Lenore Gard-
ner, Ann Arbor; Elizabeth Parrott,
Jackson; Miriam Mansfield, Detroit;
Margaret Earhart, Ann Arbor.
Booth No. 49-Sigma Chi
Patrons-Mrs. Ruth Bacon, Bu-
chanan. Guests - Misses Elizabeth
Clark, Detroit; Doris Gladden,
Bentonville, Ark.; Gwendolyn Good-
man, Detroit; Elizabeth Harriman,
Long Beach, Cal.; Ruth Huyette, De-
troit; Margaret Houser, Lena, Ill.;
Ruth Leffler, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.;
Marion McAleer, Hammond, Ind.; Eil-
een Otis, Kalamazoo; Ruth Rankin,
Ann Arbor; Evelyn Reese, Youngs-
town, O.; Harriet Simpson, Galesburg,
Ind.; Frances Tyson, Geneva, N. Y.
Other guests at the Hop Include:
Ruth Williams, Wafeon, O.; Eliza-
DETROITERS LEAD 1926 HOP Finish Big Task
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. radio fans, aind two are Victor record-
Miss Mary Atherton, of Detroit, ing artists.
led the grand march of the 1926 J- A contest for decoration schemes
Hop tonight, with Charles G. Oak-.was conducted by the decorations com-
man, 26, general chairman of the - 'msittee, under J. D. Darling, '26A, and
committee. Oakman and Miss Ath- the Arabian design, the work of Neil
erton are old classmates, having K. Barber, '26A, was selected. The
attended grammar school together, -work of construction was begun last
d both are graduates ot tetroit - iWednesday, and a crew of men have
Northern high school. Since her been working day and night to finish
<}graduation in 1921, Miss Atherton the work on lime.
hasdbeen engaged in socialweltare, hard Freyerg, 2 , was the chair-
work in Detroit. man of the program committee which
Oakman spent Iis treshnan year selected the leather card cases for the
ti5 at City College, Detroitbuho s girls and thecae pigskin cigarettecae
been active on the campus here fsr gr the men, which were distributed
the past year and a half. At pre- on Wednesday and Thursday.
sent, in addition to his duties in The floor committee, which super-
connection with the Hop, he is vised the grand march and arranged
chairman of the reception commit-the block "M" tonight, acted under
tee 01 the Michigan Union. M the direction o1 Edgar J. Reilly, '26.
;.; The large amount of publicity con-
nected with the greatest social event
Photo by Dey Photo by Bachrach of the season was handled by Clay-
Charles G. Oakman, '26 iiss Mary Atherton ton C. Purdy, '25L.
With the opening of the Hop at 10
a commanding lead. Ann Arbor is In 1908 Ann Arbor liveries were o'clock tonight, the work of the com-
F Ol cksO e second, with about 7i and Chi compelled to secure extra horses mittee ceased, with the exception of
afrom nearby towns to accommodate that of Henry Groves, '26E, who is the
F em s Flock rags and Grand Rapids are about JHpget masrmo h oi
J-Hop guests. treasurer of the Hop.
even for the honor of third place
Toledo, Cleveland, Jackson, Battle
Creek, Saginaw, Lansing, Kalamazoo,
Girls,-girls,-girls,-more than 800 Flint and a score of others sent a
of them, the pride of 32 states and 3 small group of their favorite daugh-
foreign nations, representing more icrs
than 300 cities, from Detroit's delega- Among the states, Michigan furnish-
tion of more than 150 to the lone. ed the majority ot the guests, with
Ohio second. Illinois led the rest of
but not lonely, contribution of the the field, with the "native daughters"
siall and distant cities, all are the of California very much in evidence,
guests of the Junior class tonight. h f th h t
considering the length ofteir trip.
Miss Mary Kent hiller is a can- The neighboring universities have
didate for the long distance record, iit been seltish with their teminine
since she comes from Hastings, Eng-~ beauty, since many of Chicago's girls
land. Miss Pauline Bridgman, of hail from the University of Chicago,p c
British South Africa is the onlyt girls ron Eanston,lisrt14
ten irlsfromEvantonIllinois, are
other girl from across the seas. the loan of Northwestern, and even 10
Among the states, California, Florida, tadison sent its representative, de-
assachiusetts, Lousiama, alh sent spite the fact that the University of
their representative Hop girl. 'Wisconsin is giving its Junior Prom
In the race for quantity produc- in the state capitol tonight.
tion of feminie beauty Detroit holds -
At the Hap twenty-five years ago the
beth Edgar Pittsbuirg, Pa.; Marrietlights went off, much consternation-
thheyar itsur, a; arit
E. Carter, Midland; Marjorie Black- resulting. Well, in those days they
mar, East Aurora, N. Y. could blame it on the electricians.
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