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PAGE FOUR

PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1925

SO E OD ~Detroit; Helen M. Porter, Detroit; Josephine Bay, Detroit; Margaret derwood, Detroit; Katherine Wna
_____Spaulding, Lanoing; Irene Ayling, Detroit; Louioe Grinnell, Detroit; Moth
Lansng; Franceo M8. Murray, East Morey, Los Angeles, Calif.; Harlan Booth 10-Phi Kappa
(Continued from Page Three) Tawas; Dorothy F. Squiers, Ypsilanti; Patrker, Cincinnati, 0.; Carmsen Roth- Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gfell,
Booth 5-Pi Kappa Alpha iMildred T. Martin, Crystal Falls; Had- enherger, Napoleon, 0.; Yvonne Ann Arhor; Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Mark-
Patrons--Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- eline Lister, Pontiac; Martha L. Dark- Roucax, Ottawa, Can.; RElzaheth Un- (Continued on Page Five)
PhroHwl.Get-Mse i-ema, Holland; Dorothy S. Kinner, _________________________________
lion Leeson, Ann Arhor; Gladys Wood, Cleveland, 0.; Verna Mv. Prehilcock,
Ann Arhor; Frances Dunnewind, Ispheming; Emma Jane Hitchner,
GCrand Rapids; Margaret Rogers, Miosawaka, Ind; Elonise H. Mart is,
Crand Rapids;; Katherin Booth, Muskegon; Helen B. Blahuik, Menomi-
Spearfish, S. Dak.; Marjorie Mallory, nec; Lila E. Reynolds, Battle Creek;
Evanston, ill.; Helco McDowell, Chi- Frieda E. Bank Ann Arhor; Eleta C.
cago; Mary Mathias, Elkhart, Ind.; Seeley, Pontiac; Mrs. Don C. Wheeler,
Hariette Wise, Van Wert, 0.; Evelyn Detroit; Mrs. Frank T. Whitney, Sagi-
Rezanka, Detroit; Mary Hurntz, Atlan- naw.
ta, Ca.; Genevieve Monitz, Atlanta,________________________________
Ga.; Prances Mallory, Evanston, Ill. Booth 8-Alpha Kappa Lamhda, GREATER
Booth 6-.Alpha Chi Rho Patrons--r and Mrs. B. F. Strong. NOW SHOWING TH AN
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. Forest Mad- Guests-Misses Hlazci McCrccdy, Bad MARRIAGE
1cm, Ann Arhor. Guests-Misses jAxe; Sarah Slocums, Pasadena, Calif.; With
1-elen Bailey, Ann Arhor; Marion R. Thelma Potter, Flint; Wave Dc Bolt, ~ ~ 1
Fikes, Dctroit; Isahelle Griffith, To- Sturgis; SusIe L. Stratton, Bradford,
ledo, 0.; Sarah Bonine, Ann Arhor; Pa.; Dorothy Rogers, Clarkshurg, W. 1 ( 1U T LE AN
Constance Stanhrough, Detroit; Jean Va.; Florence Davis, Slippory Rock,' PEGGYE EIY
Carrahin, Ann Arhor; Antoinnette1 Pa.; Adelyn Burrke, Detroit; Dorothy ElFtS1nO
Feick, Sandusky, 0.; Gretchen Mulli- Crocker, Utica, N. V.; Alice Wuerfel. EFESAN N
sror An ro;Mra asn, AnAnn Arhor; Mildred Boyce, Detroit;
Arbor-Helen Stair, Mionroc; Helen Augs-
Booth 7-siOmuge, kFt. rWayne, Ind.; Lillian Latho-

Patrons--Dr. and Mrs. Lynman L.
Jones, Detroit. Guests-H-isses Mar- Booth 9-Delta Chi
caret Lv Stoakes, Detroit; Mayme E. Patrons-Hr. and Mrs. C. Raymond
Herr, Detroit; Dorothea B. Zentgrehe, Wiess, Grand Rapids. Guests-HMisses
Detroit College of Music
Detroit's Foremost School of Music
Exclusively Affliated with Sherwood Music School, Chicago
Offers
Standardized Conservatory Courses in elementary theory,
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teachers' certificates, diplomas and degrees in piano, violin,
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A COMPLE TE VOCAL DEPARTMENT
Special classes in interpretation, chamber music, ensemble
playing and practical orchestra training.
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