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N and John E. Rodger, Detroit; Hal-'
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mius S. Cocoves, Detroit; Peggy
JeanThompson, and P. Fred Les-
ley, Jr., Detroit.
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Huntington Wood, Mich.; Doris troit; Beverly Telford, Flint, and
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Corine Stevens, Jackson, and John Bright, . Saginaw; Mr. and Mrs.
Carnes, Lima, Ohio; Jean Swen- Robert J. Tracy, Toledo; Molly
deman, Elkhart, Ind., and James Traspassel, Detroit, and Richard
Cook, Los Angeles, Calif. B. Cole, Detroit.
Susan Tabibian, Detroit, and J. Mary Treat, Detroit, and Nerle
Keramedjian, Detroit; Sue Tar- F. Kuhlman, Quincy, Ill.; Mr. and
bell, Detroit, and George W. Eck- Mrs. William L. Terfer, Port Hur-
erle, Detroit; Esther Tauber, De- on; Mr. and Mrs. Mehmet Muzaf-
troit, and Seymour Schoen, Los fer Turhan, Ann Arbor; M. J. J-HOP PATRONS---Heading the patrons list for the 1948 J-Hop
Angeles, Calif.; Jean Taylor, Coral, Tuttle, Birmingham, and Clark are Gerhart Eisler, German Communist, and his wife. They were
and Charles . Day, Jr., Grand Baker, Schenectady, N.Y.; Mr.
Rapids; Lawrette Taylor, Gary, and Mrs. Gordon W. Thomas unable to attend because of previous engagement at Ellis Island.
Ind., and Fred C. Seeyert, Nash- Waukegan, Ill.; Joyce R. Thomas,
otah, Wisc. Detroit, and Richard Brown, Kan- Grand Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Har- Kenney, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs
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drew H. Thomas, Port Huron; C. Traxler, Ypsilanti, Mich.; Nan- Mr. and Mrs. Reed W. Warner, and Mrs. James W. Wheeler, An
Norrine Taylor, Ann Arbor, and cy Lee Tubbs, Pontiac, and L. Don- Ann Arbor; Janet Vester, Port- Arbor.
Art Geib, Ann Arbor; Mr. and ald Weston, Upper Darby, Pa. .land, Oregon, and John Ren, De- Nancy Walker, Elizabeth, N. J
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Y., and Albert M. Warner, Indian- Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Van Husen, Catherine, Ont., Can. and Boyce N. Bradley, Detroit
apolis, Ind.; Nancy Elizabeth Grand Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jennie Volk, Detroit, and Don- Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehead
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Bob Bowden, Wyandotte; Mr. and Vanderkloot, Homewood, Ill., and Mrs. Francis B. Upham, Mama-
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i, raine VandenBout, Grand Rapids, ton Vincent, Willow Run.
Betty Thompson, Detroit, and and Edward Holerdt, Grand Rap- Patsy Wager, Harbor Springs,
Dick Larges, Detroit; Mr. and ids. and Arthur Adams, Jackson; Lili-
Mrs. Lyle G. Thompson, Hastings, Gladys Vander Veen, Grand as Wagner, Ann Arbor, and El-
Mich.; Frances Thompson, Detroit, Rapids, and Oliver Q. Wagemaker, bert S. Kennedy, Kansas City, It
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Phyllis Walker, Chicago, and Students,
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Pa., and Harold A. Bissell, James-
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Lansing, and David A. Shiner,
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