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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

P A G E T H R E E

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

PROMINENT JUNIORS LEAD GRAND MARCH
Miss Helen Belcher, '28, and Thomas
..tg' Winter, '28, led the 1928 J-Hop grand
a. -' march tonight. Miss Belcher is the
fourth university woman to lead the
Miss Belcher has been prominent in
campus activities. Last year she was
in the Sopohomore circus and this
year she is the leading lady in the
' Junior Girls' play, the dramatic ven-
ture exclusively for the girls of junior
standing. Miss Belcher graduated
from the Manistee High school in 1924
and entered the University in the fall
of that year.
Tom Winter has also been active
in campus affairs. For two years he
was on the staff of The Daily. He was
chairman of the freshman social com-
mittee of the class of '28 and was in
the choruses of the last two operas,
Tambourine" and "Front Page Stuff."
This year he holds the position of
publicity director of the Union and is F
on the Union executive committee. .
Winter is a member of Sphinx,
junior honorary society. Me received
his preparatory work for college at
Central high in Grand Rapids, after
Thomas Winter, '28 leaving Greenville, his former home. Helen Belcher, '28
These Guests Came From All Paris of the
Country to Attend the Traditional J-Hop
Patrons Booth Prof. Clarence F. Kessler and Mrs. Donald, Durand; Lucille McClelland,
President Clarence Cook Little and Kessler, Prof Emil Lorch and Mrs. Detroit; Helen Parmenter, Petoskey;
Mrs. Little, President Emeritus Harry Lorch, Prof. Robert L. Masson and Helen Rankin, Ann Arbor; Margaret
B. Hutchins and Mrs. Hutchins, Re- Mrs. Masson, Dr. Rollo E. McCotter Sherman, Ann Arbor.
gent Ralph Stone and Mrs. Stone, and Mrs. McCotter, Prof. William A.
Regent Junius E. Heal and Mrs. Deal, Paton and Mrs. Paton, Prof. Frederick
W. Peterson and Mrs. Peterson, Prof. Booth No.3-Triangle
Regent William L. Clements and Mrs. Charles A. Raynor and Mrs. Raynor, Patrons--Prof. T. J. Mitchell and
Clements, Regent Victor M. Gore and Prof Daniel L. Rich and Mrs. Rich, Mrs. Mitchell, Ann Arbor; Prof. N. A.
Mrs. Gore, Regent Benjamin S. Han- Prof. J. Albert Rosseau and Mrs. Ros-
chett and Mrs. Hanchett, Regent Stalker and Mrs. Stalker, Ann Arbor;
seau, Prof. Charles H. Stocking and
Lucius L. Hubbard and Mrs. Hubbard' Mrs. Stocking, Dr. John S. Sundwall Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carveth, Hastings.
Regent Walter H. Sawyer and Mrs. and Mrs. Sundwall, Prof. Ernest Guests-The Misses Doris Gallup,
Sawyer,, and Regent James O. Murfln. Wilby, Prof. Clyde E. Wilson and Mrs. Jackson; Myrtle Brown, Toronto, Ont.;
Dean Henry M. Bates and Mrs. Wilson, Prof. Arthur E. Wood and Helen Hobson, Los Angeles, Cal.;
Bates, Dean Joseph A. Bursley and Mrs. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. John Blott, Esther Booze, Royal Oak; Iva Dean,
Mrs. Bursley, Dean Hugh Cabot and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fleischman, Mr. Ann Arbor; Katherice Merrifield, Ban-
Mrs. Cabot, Dean Mortimer E. Cooley and Mrs. Robert P. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. gor; Ollene Emerson, Detroit; Alice
and Mrs. Cooley, Dean Edmund E. Chester Slawson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver, Dayton, O.; Gertrude Car-
Day and Mrs. Day, Dean John R. Ef- T. Wood, Fielding H. Yost and Mrs. veth, Hastings; Edna Parker, Ann Ar-
finger and Mrs. Effinger, Dean Edward Yost, Ira M. Smith and Mrs. Smith. bor; Mary Leslie, Allegan; Marie
H. Kraus and Mrs. Kraus, Dean Alfred Shirley W. Smith and Mrs. Smith, Pasquier, Toledo; Blanche Dusseau,
H. Lloyd and Mrs. Lloyd, Dean George Paul Buckley, John Kuiper, Robert G. Monroe, Peris Dylstra, Allengan; Mil-
W. Patterson and Mrs. Patterson, Ramsay, E. Mortimer Shuter, and dred Hansen, Marquette; Marie Wick-
Dean Fred B. Wahr and Mrs. Wahr, John P. Mitchell. land, Ann Arbor; Mabel Corley, Ann
Dean Marcus L. Ward and Mrs. Arbor; Ialeen Prochmon, Ann Arbor;
Ward, Dean Allen S. Whitney and Booth No. 1--Literary Independent Rea Nye, Mt. Clemens; Mrs. Gertrude
Mrs. Whitney, Dean Wilbur R. Hum- Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. Chester B. H. Hamilton, Detroit.
phreys.. Slawson, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs.
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler and Mrs. Myrl Underwood, Ann Arbor. Booth No. 5-Delta Tau Delta and Phi
Mrs. Anderson, Prof. Stephen B. Att- Guests-The Misses Margaret Allen, Gamma Delta
wood and Mrs. Attwood, Prof. Carl Detroit; Helen Belcher, Manistee; Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Up-
E. Badgley and Mrs. Badgley, Prof. Marie Hosfelt, Detroit; Florence Meno, ton, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. Faust
Olin Blackett and Mrs. Blackett, Prof. Detroit, Louise Owen, Highland Park; Apis Tor ; Mr. and Mrs.
Blick Jane Summers, Ensley, Ala.; Alice Crampon, Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
Prof. John C. Brier and Mrs. Brier, Wessels, Detroit; Janette Wells, Min- H. I. Hocy, Youngstown, Ohio.
Dr. Russell J. Booting and Mrs. Bunt- neapolis, Minn. Guests-The Misses Florine Storrey,
ing, Prof. Arthur L. Cross, Prof. Wil- Margaret Barthel, Florence Rnapp,
liam Denton and Mrs. Denton, Dr. Booth No. 2-Acacia Beatrice Tolle, Mary Minzeler, Vir-
Charles Edmunds and Mrs. Edmunds, Patrons-Mr and Mrs. R. C. Brown, ginia La Fond, and Marion Epstien,
Prof. Maurice B. Eickelberger and Detroit; Mrs. Eva Sprague Goodrich, Detroit; Virginia Fox, Grand Rapids;
Mrs. Eickelberger, Prof. John E. Ann Arbor. Suzanne Marsh, Keouk, Ia.; Frances
Emswiller and Mrs. Emswiller, Prof. Guests-The Misses Anna Arnold, Nickerson, Kalamazoo; Mary-Theo
William A. Frayer and Mrs. Frayer, Beloit, Wis.; Isabelle Benjamin, Cleve- Locke, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Helen Tuttle,
Prof. Clifford C. Glover and Mrs. land, Lois Bryson, Detroit; Mary Cun- Wilkensburg, Pa.; H e 1 e is Rush,
Glover, Prof. Charles B. Gordy and ning, Caro; Wilma Huntington, Cen- Waynesburg, Pa.; Elizabeth Ryall,
Mrs. Gordy, Prof. Joseph H. Hayden tralia, Ill.; Isobel Relley, Detroit; Escaisaba; Jean Bowman, -Akron,
and Mrs. Hayden, and Dr. Paul Virginia Losee, Detroit; Dorothy Ohio;. Marion Chinnick, Grand Rap-
Jeserich. Maple, Traverse City; Genevieve Mac (Continued on page four)
MIMES THEATRE
FEB. 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19

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