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February 11, 1939 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-02-11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, Februa~ry 11,

Two THE MICHiGAN DAILY Saturday, February 11,

Girls-IHere Are Your Names In Print

Names Make
News, So Here
They Are
Alpha Kappa Lambda
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39; Maya
Gruhzit, '41; Marjorie High, '39; Lenore
Neward, Detroit; Sally Redner, '40; Ann
Sylvester, '40; Priscilla Kahn, Detroit;
Janet Wherry, Detroit; Bettie Zimmer-
man. Columbus, Ohio; Betty Notley, '39.
Vievia Hoeschler, '4SM; Ruth Par-
sons. '42; Ruby Hillis, '40; Muriel Has-
kins, '39; Helen Ackles, '41; Grace Cul-
bertson, Geneseo, NY.; Margaret Hillis,
Flint.
Alpha sima Phi
Helen Beaman, Berkley, Mich.; Ruth
Bley, Hamburg, N..; Ruth Kinsey '40;
Sally Manthei, '40 Lois Schelp, Holly,
Mich.; Mary Blacklock, '40; Denise
bourn, Corning, N.Y.; Marian Yinger,
.resses Prove
Popular Fad
For Guests
Here's What Everybody Wore,
Or At Least Comitteemen's
Dates, At The Annual Drag
(Continued from Page I)
music, had as her guest Albert Pfaller
'41,. Miss Robinson chose white taf-
feta trimned in dubonnet, with a bouf-
fant skirt. The gown had a halter neck,
and she wore dubonnet accessories.
Mary Ellen Spurgeon. '40, chairman
of fevors, had as her guest Roy Suin-
merfield of Traverse City. Miss Spurg-
eon wore white chiffon studded with
rhin stones. The basque bodice was
shirred, and she wore a hoop skirt.
Harold Bolshuh, '4, chairman of
tickets, asked Lucille Kauer, '40, to at-
tend the Hop. Miss Kauer's gown was
of white silk jersev, striped in char-
treuse.
Mary Jean Bishop, '41, was the guest
of Charles Lane, co-chairman of decor-
ations. Miss Bishop wore whte taffeta
with a fitted bodice and a full skirt.
The dress was trimmed in cerise velvet,
and her accessories were in the same
color.
Don Nixon, '40, co-chairman of decor-
ations, had as his guest Ruihaisary
Smith,; '42. Miss S~th wore black net
iContnued n Page 23)
Count And
Henry Swing
For 3,000
(Contnue feem Page 1)
As to the decorations: silver stars in
a center panel of blue gave a sky effect
to the motif. Booths were draped with
burgundy sateen trimmed in gold to
meet the columns. The columns also
met the booths. These aforementioned
columns were semi-circular instead of
the ordinary round affairs and had a
modernistic design, Wes Lane, '40, and
Don Nixon, '40, were responsible, if
Grover Whalen reads this.
While loyal Republicans insisted Gov-
ernor Fitzgerald be invited, no one but
an inebriated freshman from Grand

Ledge reported seeing him at the Hop.
About 200 other dignitaries, however,
did attend, including President and
Mrs. Ruthven.

Albion, Mich.; Elizabeth Kimball, '40.
Dorothy Neberle, '40; Jane Baccus,
Lake Linden, Mich.; Mary Jane Thom-
as, Detroit; Joanne Westerman, Gal-
lipolis, Ohio; Helen Henderson, Detroit;
Harriet Johnson, '40; Barbara Hunger-
ford; Corning, N.Y.; Mary Beatty, '42.
Dorothy Mall, '39; Helen Miltner,
Cadillac; Betty Windsor, Ann Arbor;
Isabell Bruyere, Toledo; Mrs. Francis
W. Allen, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles De Baker, Ann Arbor; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Basom, Ann Arbor; Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Hammial, Ann Arbor.
Alpha Tau Omega
Roberta Leete, '40; Shirley Gaither,
Detroit; Elsie Courtney, '42; Elizabeth
Moe, Detroit; Betty Jane Crawford, '42;
Betty Wibel, '41; Grace Foote, '40; Mary
Rowll, '39; Betty Meyer, '40; Lillian
Zimmerman, '40; Virginia Richardson,
'39; Georgia Sadler. '41.
Margorie Higgens, '42; Dorothy Jane
Bridgen, '42; Sue Borden, Chicago; Ag-
nes Landers, '41; Jean Shugert, '42;
Jean Hubbard, 42; Alice Miller, Houston,
Texas; Betty Jane Dain, Detroit.
Beta Theta Pi
Barbara Hartman, '40, Mansfield, O.;
Elizabeth Robinson, '41; Mary von der
Heidt. '41; Ann Kingston, '40; Eliza-
beth Con. '40; Peggy Clement, Flint;
Shelly Welch, Nashville, Tenn.; Dorothy
Tydeman, '42; Mary Helen Davis, '41;
Elizabeth Keper, '41; Beverly Bracken,
'41; Jane Burkholder, Grand Rapids.
Adrienne Higgenbotham, Etowah,
Teun.; Jane White, Warren, Ohio; Sue
Nankervic, Oak Park, Ill.; Marjorie Ev-
erett, '41; Mary Lee Wagner, Grand
Rapids; Caroline Guernsey; Marjorie

Hot Lips Henry

Loveley, Detroit; Elizabeth Sutton, Flint.
Congress
Evelyn Reiner, Detroit; Jane Brooks,
Detroit; Betty Stapleton, Detroit; Enid
Reiner. Dorothy Gucker, Annettee Cha-
pin, Marie Saltzman, Gertrude Kopeloff,
Muriel Monett, Avie Lennon, Julia La-
Rue, Betty Walker, Ardis Sheffer, De-
troIt; Betty McKenzie, Elmira, N.Y.
Mildred Jerosek, Detroit; Olga Hozar,
Detroit; Betty Budge, Albrion; Betty
Halpin, Gertrude Zuidema, Florence
Jackmann, Jeanne Bouchard, Ann Ar-
bor; Alberta Stein, Vivian Berquist,'To-
ledo; Jeannette Lavidie, Martha Gra-
ham, Hilda Levin, Jean Belle King, Vir-
ginia Baird, Ann Vills.
Dorothy Wiedman, Blanche Ander-
son, Marjorie Strand, Fay Hootkins,
Ann Arbor; Delta Eschelbaci, Chelsea;
Irene Wakeman, Pontiac; Betty Duchin,
Detroit; Esther Duchin, Detroit; Esther
Duchin. Detroit; Hortense Ganan, Chi-
cago; Jean Reimann, Ruth Howard, Ann
Arbor.
Myrtle Prossin, Janet Hahn, Ethel
Kimmel, Norene Jadwin, Dorothy Hoch-

setter, Toledo; Mary Maynard, Virginia
Ripner, Sally Rosenberg, Miriam Rubin,
Betty Heer, Toledo; Jeannette Angell,
Ann Arbor; Mary Alice Jennings, Lan-
Martha Parrish, Detroit; Rose-
mary Adams, Jackson; Betty Sampson,
Ann Arbor; Florence Michlinksi, Hedy
Bell, Greensburg, Pa.; Frances Blumen-
thal.
Jerry Moss, Marion Ferguson, Ruth
Mergenthaler, Boston, Mass.; Jean Far-
rell, Virginia List, Mabel Douglas, Vilma
Judson, Royal Oak; Cora Jean San-
ford, East Lansing; Margaret Lewis,
Jane Shapiro, Virginia Goldman, Syl-
via Forman, Ruth Stanley, Chicago.
Beatrice McBurney, Lansing; Doris
Nordgren,. Lorraine Brieske, Betty Pol-
lard, Chicago,; Betty Coughey, Alice
Skelton, Jean Edelman. Nathalie Schur-
man, Janet Cottrel, Jean Hammond,
Betty Hinkling, Dorothy Bliemeister,
Peggy O'Neil, Cecile Franking.
Miriam Pomeroy,. Jeane Judson, Elsie
Jon, Doris Cuthbert, Marion Huges,
Benton Harbor; Marie Treder, Benton
Harbor; Marion MacGregor, Margaret
Harlow, Phyllis Dickerson, Grand Rap-
ids; Edith Howell, Claire Sonnenklar,
Mary Tischer, Delphine Klein, Kay
Rosenthal, Leah Lebeson, Chicago.
Beverly Beckman, Portland, Maine;
gvelyn Kanat. Detroit; Roseveelyn Roz-
ner. Detroit; June Rozner, Donna Gold-
rhan, Beverly Hamburger, F. Frances
Bierman, Shirley Bogart, Rosalyn Arfa,
Janie Blumenan, Ruth Pollock, Elsie
Waier, LaVerne McArdle, Flint; Jeanne
Troup, Detroit.
Fleda Combs, Detroit; Cala Laboritz,
Revila Mosier, Ann Arbor; Ruth Lepiste,
(Continued on Page 3)

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G INGE RAL.E
Is Selected for the
Official Refreshment
at the 1939 1-Hop
for party service cal1 Ann Arbor 8447

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