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February 07, 1925 - Image 14

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(Continued from Page Five)
istique; Anna D. Dunlap, Ann Arbor;
Alice Kastle, Chicago; Frances E.
Light, Rochester, N. Y.; Hazel M. Leck,
Chicago; Margaret O'Reilly, Saginaw;
Ruth Probst, Ann Arbor; June Ruelle.
Detroit; Helen Mary Rowe, Grand
Rapids; Louise M. Schaub, Chicago;I
Elizabeth Stocking, Duluth, Minn.;1
Phyllis A. Turnbull, Sarnia, Ont.;
Mrs. Paul E. Crane, Indianapolis, Ind.;
Mrs. Donald S. Kelley, Detroit.
Booth 24-Hermitage
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Moore,
Detroit. Guests - Misses VirginiaI
Crossman, Detroit; Mildred Connor,
Grosse Point; Dorothy Every, St.
Paul, Minn.; Gertrude Flynn, Detroit;
Louise E. Galloway, Hillsdale; Bea-
trice Graham, Detroit; Mary Loin
Gudakunst, Detroit; Charlotte Haller,
Calumet; Marjorie Hitchcock, De-
troit; Kathryn Higgins, Flint; Clarissaj
James, Detroit; Mary E. Kiem, Chilli-!
cothe, D.;sFrances Norton, Detroit;
Helen Ramsa EAArbor; Elizabetlh

Tickling Victim


Pa.; Cla rineLevy, Ann Arbor; Sarah
jZack, Detroit.
Booth 30-Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Chi,
Alpha Kappa Kappa
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Wil-
son. Guests-Misses Anne Gilbreth,
Mont Clair, N. J.; Margaret Wells,
Athens; Celia Chilman, Detroit; Al-
tbea Busch, Detroit; Mary E. Kelly,
Mt. Pleasant; Dorothy Fletcher, Bay
City; Guenevere Itandis, Deland, Fla.;
Josephine Schepers, East Lansing;
Jean Briggs, Detroit; Thyria Sheffield,
Valparaiso, Ind.; Louise Bixby, Evan-
ston, Ill.; Elizabeth Snyder, Detroit;
Elina M. Walz, Ann Arbor; Ruth
Mountain, Olean, N. Y.; Helen May
Best, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Eunice Rose,
Hammsrondsport, N. Y.; Dorothy Fruet-
tner, Bessemer; Ellen Johnson, South
Bend, Ind.; Florence Wertel, Gibson-
burg, O.
Booth No. 31-Phi Beta Pi, Phi Rho
Patrons-Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Coller.
Guests-Misses Suzanne Sullivan, New
York, N. Y.; Phsyllis Edkins, Chicago;j
Lillian Hastings, Ann Arbor; Charlotte
A. Fralick, Hamilton, Ont.; Dorothy
Hamilton, Muskegon; 'Ihelma Hamil-
ton(, Howell; Maxine Geddes, Schreve-
1upor. La.; Rosensary Matgen, Detroit;
Lucy Huber, Ann Arbor; Helen Kim-
ball, Ann Arbor; Frieda Wishropp,
(Continued on Page Seven)




Distinctively Smart
From Ruby 's
See them at the Hop
Wtfrca 3.1ub
12 Nickels Arcade

Reid, Richland; Winifred E. Sample, -Rentchler.
Detroit; Ruth Smith, Detroit; Ruth Russell A. Gohring
Winchell, Lansing. Russell A. Gohring, '27, plays the
Booth 25-Lawyers Club part of Jack Houghton, the leading
Booth25 Layers lssb man15in the nin~ete'enths Alieligan Caisms
Patrons-Dean Henry M. Bates andU
Mrs. Bates, Ann Arbor. Guests- Opera, "Tickled To Death," ailhichI
Misses Ada Giles, Saginaw; Florence will make its final appearance before
K. Grill, Manistee; Josephine E. Heer- the guests of the Hop this afternoon
ing, Grand Rapids; Mary C. Kunze, at the Whitney theater.
Detroit; Margaret F. Maxwell, De-
troit; Helen Ii. Parker, Detroit; Laura hold, 0.; Barbara Pattin, Grand
E. Rankin, Bad Axe; Margaret M. Rapids; Helen Hartsook, Evanston,
Ruppe, Hancock; Margaret D. Slav- Ill.; Barbara Allen, Detroit.
ens, Oak Hill, 0.; Eshter R. Solar,
Rapids; Dorothy . Sebue,GDera Booth 29-Phi Delta Epsilon, Kappa
Beatrice Whitacre, Bowling Green, 0. P N Di amb.a P si
______Patrons-Dr. and Mro. Sauol Hosen-
Booth 26-Phi Delta Chi zweig. Guests-Misses Anna M. Cohn,
Canton, 0.; Ann E. Weiss, Toledo, 0.;
Patrons---M'r. and Mrs. George N. Freda Arnoff, Cleveland, 0.; Margaret
Finsel, Detra. Gests-Misses Ruh ,Sandberg, Ann Arbor; teona Meyer;
Badgley, Jackson; Elizabeth Bell,; Sarah Levin, Detroit; Sylvia Weltord,
Jackson; Martha A. Brownell, Battle Chicago; Estelle Klein, Pithsburgh,
Creek; Louise Camp, Ann Arbor; ,_Chicgo;_EstlleKlin,_Pitsburgh
Dama Godfrey, Ann Arbor; Margaret
Henckel, Cleveland, 0.; Zelda M.
Kingsley, Three Rivers; Marie Lap-
ham, Detroit; Mary McMullen, Grand
Rapids; Illiah McQuade, Detroit; Stel-
la Murray, Evanston, Ill.; Lillian Pol-
lari, Rudyard; Helen F. Robb, De--
troit; Jean Swinton, Charlevoix; D. GROC
June Weber, Saranac; Margaret FINE CLOTHES
Welch, Windsor, Ont.; Mrs. Ruth B. EC t.
Gilmore, Chicago; Mrs. Edward Ven- aOL5 5l '
nard, Detroit.
mren-, than- Know
Booth 27-Phi Kappa Tao u o n othes
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kil-
patrick, Detroit. Guests-Misses Vir- Wand Z ailored
ginia Brooks, Detroit; Edna Hodges,, usually desire. to
Almont; Eva James, Detroit; Ger-
trude MacRae, Evanston, Ill.; Kath- avoid the usua
erine Matthews, Port Clinton, 0.; annoyance.. of fittings
Helen Mary Moynes Detroit; Ada Ca- Ii LOTH
Shubert, Shillington, Pa.; Sarah M.
Townsend, Celina 0.; Helen Valk, 'ender Sertice.,.
Muskegon. Unexcelled.
Booth 28-Gamma Eta Gamma
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. Jul Berns. TBOVEN, Inc.
Guests-Misses Alice Delbridge, De- TOPSOre.
troit; Josephine Thomas, Grosse Ti-o Stores
Pointe; Blanch Martin, Bay City; Ma- 1107 S. University Ave. f
bel Post, Toledo, 0.; Miriam Stotzer, Nickels Arcade, S. State St. !
Archbold, 0.; Helen Cleary, Escanaba;
Elizabeth Speicher, Summerset, Pa.;
Helen Crawford, Detroit; Betty Burns,I
Blissfield; Margaret Probeck, Arch-
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Ilie Importance of Having
TIe Right Costume!

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The right costume? How very important it
is! And how important that this costume
express the newest and most authentic tend-
ency of Fashion! How necessary that the
wardrobe of those clever young women who
are the social leaders follow the correct lines
that have been recognized as vogue for 1925!
And now that Spring ith its joy and buoy-
ancy is flaunting its approach, all the world
of fashion is turning eagerly to the new gowns
and wraps. That every gown has its own
wrap, or that every gown should be chosen to
blend with a wrap, is an important detail.
Around the wrap may be built the wardrobe
-a sports froch, an afternoon dress, and a
dinner gown, all to wear with the one wrap,
yet each one distinctly different.
To choose your costume properly demands
minute attention-but more than that it re-
quires shopping where gowns, wraps and all
the things that complete the costume are style
right-and where there are individual costumes
for every type. Such selection is possible in
Ann Arbor at


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