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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1925

JUNIO UHOP GUES1S
(Continued from Page Five)
istique; Anna . Dunlap, Ann Arbor;
Alice Kastle, Chicago; Frances E.
Light, Rochester, N. Y.; Hazel M. Leek,
Chicago; Margaret O'Reilly, Saginaw;
Ruth Probst, Ann Arbor; June Ruelle.
Detroit; Helen Mary Rowe, Grand
Rapids; Louise M. Schaub, Chicago;
Elizabeth Stocking, Duluth, Minn.;
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 Virginia!
Crossman, Detroit; Mildred Connor,
Grosse Point; Dorothy Every, St.
Paul, Minn.; Gertrude Flynn, Detroit;
Louise E. Galloway, Hillsdale; Bea-
trice Graham, Detroit; Mary Lois
Gudakunst, Detroit; Charlotte Haller,
Calumet; Marjorie Hitchcock, De-l
troit; Kathryn Higgins, Flint; Clarissaj
James, Detroit; Mary E. Kiem, Chilli-
cothe, O.; Frances Norton, Detroit;
Helen Ramsay, Ann Arbor; Elizabeth

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Pa Clarine Levy, Ann Arbor; Sarah
lack, Detroit.
Booth '30-Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Chi,
Alpha Kappa Kappa
Pairns Ai. and irs. F. N. Ail-
So). (oests-:isses Anne Gilbretli,
\1ont Clair, N. J.; Marg aret Wells,
Atiens; Celia. Ciilman, Detroit; Al-
lwa tlu ch, Detritoit :;Alary E'. Kelly
\l. Pleasani; Doroth Fletcher, Bay,
C ity; Gueevere iiondis, Delant, Fla.;
Jr. ;liino : (hIpers, East Lansing;
B rig4.)trot ; " Toyria Sllieli,
Valparaiso. lId.; Louisa Bixby, Evan-
sion, III.;ElI1zabethi Snyder, Detroit;
Iina S. Walz, .\nn Arbor; Ruth
ounta in, ilei . N. Y.; H elen lIay
>etiittslburgh, Pa.; Eunice Rose,
iieinondsport, N Y.: Dorothy Fruet -
hir Res ;m irElleno linson, South
lend, Ind.; Florence c ertel, Gibson-
burg, n.
Booth No. ii 1C-Phi Beta Pi, Pli Rho
Sigma
Patrons-Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Coller.
Guests-hisses Suzanne Sullivan New
Vori, N. Y.; Phylis Elkins, Chicago;
Lillian I astings. Ann Arbor; Charlotte
Fralick, Hamilton, Ont. Dorothy
11mmnlton, Muskegon; Tfhlelnia :Hamil-'
ton -., Howell; Maxine Geddes bShreve-
po"rt, La.; Rosemary Matge ,Detroit;
Lucy Huber, Ann Arbor; Helen Kim-
all, Ann Arbor - Frieda Wisliropp,
(Continued on Page Seven)

CCOEO

CHICAGO

DETROIT

The
Distinctively Smart
Styles
are
From Ruby 's
See them at the Hop
INCORPORATED
12 Nickels Arcade

Reid, Richland; Winifred E. Sample, -echlr.
Detroit; Ruth Smith, Detroit; Ruth Russell A. Gohring
Winchell, Lansing. Russell A. Gohring. '27, plays the
part of Jack Houghton, the leadin
Booth 25-Lawyers Club ,pr fJccCoiltiCelalo
iiman in the nineteenth Michigan Union
Patrons-Dean Henry M. Bates and "
Mrs. Bates, Ann Arbor. Guests-; Opera, "Ticklei To Death," which
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 L. Parker, Detroit; Laura bold, O.; Barbara Pattin, Grand
E. Rankin, Bad Axe; Margaret M. Rapids; Helen Haartsook, Evanston,
Ruppe, Hancock; Margaret D. Slav-11.; Barbara Allen, Detroit.
ens, Oak Hill, O.; Eshter R. Solar,
Detroit; Doris I. Sprague, Grand
Rapids; Dorothy M. Webb, Detroit;Bt
Beatrice Whitacre, Bowling Green, 0. ro, Pi Lambda Phi
_____I Patrons-Dr. and Mrsr. Saul Roen-
zweig. Guests-Misses Anna M. Cohn,
Booth 26-Phi Delta Chi Canton, 0.; Ann E. Weiss, Toledo, O.;
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. George K. Freda Arnoff, Cleveland, 0.; iargaret
Finsel, Detroit. Guests-Misses Ruth Sandberg, Ann Arbor; Leona lMeyer;
Badgley, Jackson; Elizabeth Bell, Sarah Levin, Detroit; Sylvia WXeltorl
Jackson; Martha A. Brownell, Battle Chicago; Estelle Klein, Pittsburgh,
Creek; Louise Camp, Ann Arbor;
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.
Gilmore, Chicago; Mrs. Edward Ven- A
nard, Detroit.
e9Yen thar~ Know
Booth 27-Phi Kappa Tau nustoma(othesw
Patrons--Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kil-
patrick, Detroit. Guests-Misses Vir- ; wand tailored
ginia Brooks, Detroit; Edna Hodges, usually desire to
Almont; Eva James, Detroit; Ger- avoid the, usual
trude MacRae, Evanston, Ill.; Kath-
erine Matthews, Port Clinton, 0.; annoyancE. of fittings
Helen Mary Moynes Detroit; Ada Ca-
lista Phelps, Greenville; Geraldine 1D
Shubert, Shillington, Pa.; Sarah M.
Townsend, Celina 0.; Helen Valk, ender Scrtic.,
Muskegon. Unexcelled.
Booth 28-Gamma Eta Gamma
Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. Jul Berns. TAN] OEN, CRES &
Guests-Misses Alice Delbridge, De- TILOAIPSON, I.
troit; Josephine Thomas, Grosse Two Stores
Pointe; Blanch Martin, Bay City; Ma- 1107 S. University Ave
bel Post, Toledo, O.; Miriam Stotzer, Nickels Arcade, S. State Sti
Archbold, 0.; Helen Cleary, Escanaba;
Elizabeth Speicher, Summerset, Pa.; _
Helen Crawford, Detroit; Betty Burns,
Blissfield; Margaret Probeck, Arch-
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Ilie Impiortance of Having
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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 with 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 frock, 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 Arborat

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