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P A G E S I X

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1927

SINCERITY
IN
Quality & Service
UTTTLE
LUNCH
EASE--COMFORT--ASSURANCE
VARSITY SERVICE

IERE ABE SOME MORE
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lan; Ellen Johnson, South Bend, Ind.; Smith, Detroit; Belva Tibbals, Ann
Helen Krane, Detroit; Lois Markham, Arbor; Josephine Welch, Detroit;
Ann Arbor; Gertrude Rae, Jackson; Margart Whiting, Cheyenne, Wyo.;
Katharine Smith, New York, N. Y.; Gertrude Bennett, Toledo.
Billie Rarick, Succasuma, N. J.;

Gwendolyn Titley, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Booth No. 45-Independent Literary
lie turk, Monroe; Betty Pardee, Dear- Mary Tuthill, Evanston, Ill.; Mavis No. 4.
born; Helen Peters, Detroit; Gladys Warner, Detroit; Pauline Wright, Fen- Patrono-Mro. A. C. GrahamLouis-
Pender, Detroit; Phebe C. Morse, ton, Mrs. Charles D. Gibert, Algonac; viatrKys-Mr. W. T. Brown, Wis-
Gary, Ind.; Marjorie Chavenelle, De- Mrs. F. J. Plotts, Detroit; Mrs. F. B. , Ky.; Mr. W. T. Brown, Wichita,
troit; Wilhelmina Weyhing, Detroit; Williamson, Ypsilanti. Guests-The Misses Imer Coff-
Katherine Zinninger, Canton, 0.; Lu---h s rC
tu AT. Haight, Hackensack, N. J.; Mar- man, Coldwater; Anne Folgeson, De-
garet H. Reynolds, Detroit; Katherine Booth No. 21-Theta Kappa Nu troit; Otha Olsen, Detroit; Elma Ros-
Walker, Highland Park; Grace E. Patrons-Prof. M. B. Eichelberger enfeld, Detroit; Eloise Jackson, Dex-
Bole, Canton, 0.; Ellen Groff, Grand and Mrs. Eichelberger, Ann Arbor; ter; Helen Crawford, Detroit; Ann
aplils ; Mary C. Sehultzz, Detroit; Prof. J. A. C. Hildner and Mrs. Hild- Fomester, Detroit; Betty Bomstein,
Jane Pardee, Detroit; Helen E. Saur- iler, Ann Arbor. Ferndale; Inez Richards, Ann Arbor;
wein, Sarnia, Canada; Ernestine Free- Guests-The Misses Thelma Brower, M. Bobele, Gary, Ind.; Pearl Schwartz,
malk, Gardner, Ill.; Katherine Walk- Jackson; Alice Brown, Ann Arbor; Ann Arbor; Milly Williamson, Gage-
cr, Detroit; Clara Hibbisch, Indianap- Bess Davis, Madison, Wis.; Barbara town; Majessa Graham, Louisville,
olis. Deuel, Elsie; Nelle Gratton, Detroit; Ky.; Margaret Frank, Ann Arbor;
Elizabeth Hunter, Greensboro, N. C.; Mildred Bogan, Detroit.
Booth No. 19-Theta Xi Nolda McCamly, Battle Creek; Nel
Patrons- Prof. Preston E. James Notevare, Caddillac; Florence Wright, Booth No. 46-Delta Sigma Delta
and Mrs. James, Ann Arbor; Prof. Battle Creek. Patroness-Mrs. R. K. Brown, Ann
Nathan Sinai and Mrs. Sinai, Ann Ar- Arbor.
bor. Booth No. 22-Kappa Nu Guests - The Misses Mary Burns,
Gsts-T"e Misses Kather"ine Del- Patrons -Mr andMMrs.A. Rigel- Kalamazoo; Lucille Guhne, St. Louis,
bLmy, Granld Rapids; Janice Cook, Ita- hsaupt, Cleveland; Mr. and M~rs. G. Mo.; Lucille Meemstra, Grand Rap-
cine, Wis.; Katherine Dexter, Alle- Himelhoch, Toledo. ids; Irene Hohlenkamp, Ann Ar-
gan; Dorothy Dykstra, Detroit; Cletus Guests-The Misses Elizabeth Corn' bor; Dorothy Lauver, Detroit; Dor-
Fagan, Chateaugay, N. Y.; Marion New York city; Mildred Fink, Detroit; othy MacEachran Hudsonville; Elea-
lendricks, Ann Arbor; Elizabeth Louise Frank, Nashville, Tenn.; Eve-nor Mack, Auburn, N. Y.; Geraldine
Jacobs, Monroe; Florence Maple, De- lyn Friedman, Detroit; Norma Good- Martin, Detroit; Helen Martin, De-
troit; Ruth McCann, Detroit ; Kathyrn man, Jersey City, N. J.; Martha Hesse, troit; Janet McKenzie, Kalamazoo;
Moore, Erie, Pa.; Joyce Paull, Detroit; Cleveland; Charlotte Hibshman, Cleve- Mary Smith, Marquette ;Edith Spang-
Louise Rittenhouse, Los Angeles Cal.; land; Helen Jacobson, Toledo; Ruth ler Bradford, Pa.; Helen Sullivan
Jane Sage, Ann Arbor; Mary Wing, Lambert, Detroit; Dorothy Lang, New Detroit; Grace Trask, Ann Arbor;
Tulsa, Okla, Edith Yarwood, Syra- York city; Isabelle Lurie, Columbus, Marlowe Trask, Ann Arbor; Esther
ruse, N. Y. 0.; Lucille Marx, Detroit; Zara White, Ann Arbor; Mrs. Carl Fortune,
Stern, Chicago; Eleanor Sussman, In- Ann Arbor
Booth No. 20-Phi Chi and Theta dianapolis, Ind.; Goldye Vehon, De-
Kappa Psi tr oil. Booth No. 24-1928 Pharmacy
Patrons-DKr. an Mrs. A. Steele, .Inde en y
Ann Arbor; Prof. R. E. McCotter and Booth No. 23-Sigma Zeta
Mrs. McCotter, Ann Arbor. Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sei- Patrons-Mr. and Mrs. Justin L.
Guests-The Misses Ebba Anderson, dell, Kirkwood, Mo. Powers, Ainn Arbor; Mr. and Mrs.
Chicago; Mary Ellen Appleton, Grand Guests-The Misses Pauline Coon, Roscoe M. Twining, Midland.
Rapids; Helen Brocklebank, Toledo; Grand Rapids; Alice Cantrell, Fort Guests-The Misses Martha Stewart,
Marie Calhoun, Ann Arbor; Hilda Smith, Ark.; Lucille McGrath, Kirk- Toledo; Jane Shelly, Evanston, Ill.;
Belle Case, Athens; Mary Lou Diebold, wood, Mo.; Jean Reed, Toledo; Doris Anne Zarobsky, Chicago; Adele Lally,
Buffalo, N. Y.; Helen E. Hensley, Mi- Renkenberger, Youngstown, O.; Jane (Continued on Page Seven)

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