For most students, single variable, multiviariable, linear algebra, and real 1 will suffice. I'm on the fence about "calculus-based probability" and real 2.

If you feel that you must do micro theory, take those courses, and also measure theoretic probability and stochastic processes too. If you feel that you must do econometric theory, I guess I'd take them all, except for ODE/linear algebra.

I guess I'd emphasize that if you belong to the category of "I must do micro theory in graduate school" or "I must do econometric theory in graduate school", then I'd cut the fat out of those lists and prioritize taking measure theory with the first year (pure) math PHD students at your university.