THE MICHIGAN DAILY
RATiiRDAY, APRI?, 5, 1919
PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY PATI'RDAY, APRIL 1, 1919
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to heueyo rpblc tion o alltnewstdis-
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Subsriptins tby carier , s tail, $.o.
Cay--cy ileso.....y..Maagng dittts
Haodilas.,tn.t..i ..... Buinttes 5Maage
Joseph A. Bernsteii
Harry 11. Carey, Hugh W. Hitcheock,
Reniaud Sherwood, Earl L, Winer,
Thonmas 11. Adams, Frank Wer,
Ii. C. L. Jackson, Milton Mar
William M. LeFere
W. A. Leitzinger D. R. Slhofner
I. A. Sullivan, J. A. Kennedy, Duane
Miller, G. F. Weinfeld, A. L. Glazer,
It. A. Newton
SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919
Visitors to Michigan for the first
ite, revisitrs to Michigan, students
of Michigan, all guests of the 1919
Jonior Hop, welcome!
Michigan is glad to welcome you to
its iggest social function of the year.
The J-Hop is a Michigan tradition, of
whicth we are very prod. It repr-
sents the et tat we can offer you
in the resst of our social life.
It is a changed University that
rets you this year. Last year there
was its Hop; militarisim was in te air.
It tt' interval etween the lip last
hld and te present one, Miciigai
hats fbees tiroughittmany trials.
Many of our meit have left us iever
to return. Many have left who will e
away fr a long time to come. Those
who stayed became less the student
aitd nre the soldier. Michigan e-
came a training ground tr the army
Btt the war stopped, sitd the pendt-
lttm swoing ack agaii. Miciigan is
once more a uiiversity. And, if that is
possihle, is is more of a university
than ever efore. We have come ack
to the old order with renewed enthus-
iasm. We have come ack to studies
with a new' appreciation.
The J-Hop is part of te old Uiniver-
sity. Bitt ito it is reated te stiit
tatidte ethtttsiasitittfteIesw. Te
J-lisptill te differentitas thtriniver-
sity is differeit.
Atid to the -Hop we id you wel-
Dancitig, like everything else, has
route up through the ages in vaiots
stages of evolution.
The first formt of daicing was the
trihal dance, done on festal occa-
sions saris as aniversaries and vic-
tories, hy our primitive forefathers,
They were usually performed in a cir-
cle surroundiitg a fire or an idol.
The Bible tells of the dancing girls
who diverted Kings David aid Solo-
toot. They were somewhat less fe-
rocious in their gyrations, and had the
accompaniment of cymals and zith-
ers and other musical instruments.
Then we had the Greek dancing.
The Greek girls danced on the lawins,
and wore garlands in their hair. They
were real personifications of spring
or summer or whatever they chose to
There are many other kinds of
dancing. Our American Indians have
their soit particular style. The Orin-
tals have a sonmewhat different kind,
if we are to believe the movies. But
all isations and peoples have some
form of it.
The itighiest stage in the evolution
of daitcinsg sents to have beein reach-
el at present. Especially is this no-
ticeahle aroutitdtAiti Arboir, where
itily otte tpic iii regardl to (lancing
is talkeid if today. The apex of dane-
iitg has heens attainietd. There isniotih-
inig that catsustrpass te 1-Hitt)
And what time did you hop out?
Still, you cotuld ttardly call it hopping
at three 'clock its the mtorning, after
stich a large eveining.
Come Ott, Dad, let's go to the Jtin-
ior Girls' ptay with the Much Wooed
Maiden its the Greets Stockinsgs.
iHow are allthle 1-Hoppers this
lily F.. 1,. IV.)
lnast 5 .110 XXVQ
We asked the wise Old Tinter
Why the Co-edo is this camp
Are never, never, hidded to the hop;
Atnd he flinked and said the Co-eds
Lacked the ways and means to vamp,
And ever, altways ever, swill talk
Aod we said that souse were pretty,
And that some had wintting ways,
Attd we thosight ignoring them iti e
Bitt te blinked and sail tthe Co-edls
H-ad all passedI their danscintglays,
Ands igntoring t hetm was just part. of
And the wise Old Timer hlinked again
Ansd lumped te ftult-dressed ranks,
Antdlie took msyOet' ansdiwihispteredi,
Nosw the chsaps thsab take te ots-o'-
Might nearly all sing thans
That the fellows, not the Co-edo, give
Thsat rensinds uso, that if there is to
he sit elections of Poet Lauireate of tise
Boltre twish to nsomuinsate Doctor
Thomias Lovrell, tioet. Its spite of the
I trish I were a taxi cats,
They go to hops ansd plays;
They always are retiriing,
And thsey have such taksing trays.
No description complete withotb-
icltion anid Ahusage
Diminutive planetary luminary;
i-ow .I cogitate concerninsg
Elevated tiboise this tmsussianeistptiroid
"o' such supier'nal alttitdes,
Ansalagous to a carboitnateouts yei
Its the enspyreain.
Not'., dearie, that's eert'soItlansi-
Cltassroom Tragedies No. 6754643
"Nosy, according to the Greek class-
ics," said the rhetoric* instructor,
'there are three usities. These are
the unsities of timie, of place, and --"
"The girl!" piped the Sophsomosre,
wits had sent out two hids ansdw'stits
receipt of tsro acceptances.
"Ins directinsg ty cosirse t tort,"
signatlled Cerera as liseiseaideitfosrte
lAnd this we garsneredi frousthsie
"Waskous Weekty"): -"Yesterday the
editor 'ass visited hr Captain Dunlap,
comantter of Biattery Four ansilis
Witicis demsonstrates otiter advtant-
tages of mtilitary trainting.
Why Girls Iteave ng
Wvell, the co-eds are here every lay.
'l'he girls sire sit as street as tie,
AndtIsay! Dont'tlthey jutsbtlot: sto
I suretrosuldt like tomtakae tihuttotifIdagilIcud
Somsehowr the ginls all scoff at sue,
They siiker at miy nettt g ray toquse;
'l' tues'ss thtIdntrtsomTohe I'mitjutst as joke.
Perhaps it's 'cause I try so htard
To he a first class college guy;
I wear bonte glasses, leather coat
Ansd yet they pass mse tiy.
I've teasriseditt stoke sincre ctomsing
Atid never get sicka any smore;
The girls swttn't somehtows'lookt at sie-
Ye gtots! Tttey stake mse sore!
1 knott hatiut if I weren't a froshs
Somse Itretty girl woultd go twithisnie;
Antd nst year I'll stire see thsis hotp -
Just stick aroutnd ansd see!
Thsis heinsg a frosts is sto bltamed fuss,
It strely stakes a good msan sore;
The nset frosh class thsab enters htere
Shouitd start off as tthe stophtomore.
(Thsis constribustions is te work of
Rosie Snoiokunms, site of our younig
Itoets wvho sises verse to proposundt his
tiste. Rttsie cast 'w'rite sverse witht tont
is, ~Mteter iiotbject.")
ReenIt IRetision for J1Ioppers
Thse Austomasst of thte Breakfast 'ia-
"Be'ldiserer isatiany chitdisood, he-
itng btoris at thse a-ge of iine!"
A stransge ansd starting nciincitdence
occutrredt recenstly'-ontthue campus. 'iTe
tibiratry clock struick stisse jutst as i'
wras 9 o'clock.
'That's TPotsTechnical, Mabel!"
"Tisere's iso discharge intshle'sat'!"
said the commtsatndantt, as hto handetd
Seana isi 'Gilitiorti his re'lease' frotms
But Alas! Salada
Had die Dope O. K.
Stie ttattspeni mtlo hurs itibtiing
the 'sickedwttirs otf'Saladaionlyttto'i
read the Itrtpttctios theita.' ot atv's'
it te enit otfteacthtriedo0dt'augt.
Site haid shuffle'tt 'ttdtdealt the Nil
fotu'i stelin crs.11. otthsey'store
frayed antd fluffy. IBet itseatinsg ws i
becomting flttd't' eti'it r tee s'ert'
gtassy antI shititng.
'fT'wt seek's itttil tht'Hopttttat llttt
the ptsycic tachtinery saidi"Nos'"
As at tast rettts't'te draftett her
roommttttatto, ctichig tttotrtittgtedtt
oracte ttf tte Otutjat tiard.Wshiletey
worleithis tttesittigsfoot' ot'etill-
gte staurtedtitt tiii'vetotwit'rd t flithav
Tue phtitte sattt Sotnettte tcttltt
oltm ' u' t e aftt''rmtiv o l
attt attriv'attot thue bt'tcktotrebin tsg
"'Nti'ndstud eisoian'tgle ittita'ai'ut eala
ed' hter tate.
Tthe gitr1sswhtthattbeehootstting tle
lisett tlaughter't 'tiit'ttnotucdott tttit
ttense atmts'phtet'e''t'hat t w.i'ittktitt
itt iatediss tio otitti't iStettgtttt1
dontm tinta tic'tet. Tott'- bat't t tii h etrt'is
ttte litke stou bttrtsevters' tittute."'
Tue cnvetnu'ittialbittnetusso itt'tt
intt entosuaotn'.s' eam flde
"14)11 May Fire When Readly. 5ativetst iy.
(Synoptlsis: Theres' iso syntipsis) W se don't knwatorlit's te aswsear
CHAPTER 1 bust one of our correspoudetssw'ants
"Sing Sing. Everyone Join - !" bs ito's'o if Pomtpean Creams 'as used
Thsese inspiring lyrics rang 'sith ontthie Eruption of Vesuvius.
cheer and fellowship as the bloys in
stripes toasted tiseir alma msater. Which swasnt't a rashtqiuestioit at
(To be concluded at the next Hop) ithsat.
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for the rest of the college year $1.00
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