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SATURDAbY, APRIL 10, 1920.
PR[S[NT HOP HESOLI
OF LDNGDEVELOPMENI
JUNIOR BALL THE.sFOREEINNRI
OF FUNCTION AS SEEN
THIS YEAR
(By Rup ert W. 1Wrobeki)
If Mr. Michigan Graduate, '78, were
here tonight to witness the holding of
the greatest social event on the Wolv-
erine campus, at which some thousand
odd terpichorean devoteeo are whirl-
ing over the burnished loor ot Water-
man gymnasium, his comment would
naturally be-How the Junior Ball
lass changed!"
40 at First Hop
Mr. Michigan Graduate, '78, you
must remember, was one of the 40
guests who attended Michigan's Birt
Junior Hbop in 1877. When first given
by members of the Junior class in
"Bank's" emporiuns on Main stree, it
was Christened the "Junior Ball." Two
voilins 'and a piano seemed sufficient
to provide music tr te 0
couples attending. 'The decorations
consisted of a few strips ot mnaize and
blue buntiang which would shrink tar
into the background in complario
with the elaborate color scheme
adopted this year. Well mit le at
thse class of '78 wonder were tie in
Watermsan gymnaasiaaaaanatisisnigt
of .I-Bopping.
Control C'hangeifands
For foaac years after Mr. Michigana
Graduate 78 left the aclteed aswails
of AnnAraboalisa Janoa class con-
tinaaed to gve flops -st "IIas." a t
Greek letea socaeesassamned cro~l
of the eveeat aander theas'ea a far t1hela
"Society Hop.a In 183 taeIJanaors
againa taioskcharge oathe 'daar ance al
proauptly rcalledaitathue taaaaoSal."ra
Sailiaag unaaracriusa aaalas-,ssthe
daace bacamsae amoaeaaaporaaa i--tm
elapseda aaaltiacUivaersty ga esm I e
affair ssas araaabhathe Juiaaaaaacla ad
frateriirs iateaasitteta frtsar alsset
10 years. Soae30n erIlsasacrawdedl
into thiantak taa ataaalte aaaaaal
fuaacioaa as 1891. 1'Fsacthe irt tiame
thereserestseaa arcetra,,thc pro-
gram canssstasag ofaltzeies, Ipolasa.
galospaanal slats aahes Bat lay-naaw
thae accaaaaaaatiauon sacer taaa- fraa
ample, and thasaetlemaean serers a-
visedl by the coaaaaattee aaot tassear
sillklats ecause of asufaicieat str-
age spacc.
Frn 1892-94, Granger's dacing
academy sas the scene of te "Janir
Social," tse dance lastig frans 9 to I
o'clock,sith a carge sat $1051 per
couple. This was in 184, it maust e
renmbered.
Blecoimes "AtmiimmBlIla"
tinder the lamaae of te "Anual
Ball," the tfunction as sfirt givean in
N'saterasagyamnasiumsby aniae liter-
ary fraternities in 189. The use of
thse gynmnasiumn not oly iriveded
added facilities, ut als eaabled the
commaittees to develops the programss
anal decorations to aasmuch greater
degree. At this stage te ito-step re-
placed the old-ashionedl ances.
Under the coatrol of the Junir
classes again, electrical effects first
played a fpromineant role in the decor-
ation schsemae of the J-Hop held in
1901. Long festoons of electric lights
were installed froma the dom of te
hall to the runninag track. Five years
later calcium spotlights were intro-

duced, which were made to ss'eep the
floor, producing colorful effects on
gorgeous gowns and decorations.
No Hop in '14
The Hop seas nsat held in 1914, hut
a year later it burst out again in a
veritable blaze of glory. It was agasin
discontinued in 1917 because of sear
conditions. In 1918 thse J-Bop reached
the height of its popularity anad Bar-
boor gymnasium had to he thrown
open to accommsodate the increased
nunmher of guests. The same arrange-
ments were used tonight.
The forty odd years whaich cover thse
history of the J-Hop saw the evolu-
lion of the affair frons a dance, in the
merest seanse of the weord, to Mtichi-
gan's greatest social event that stands
out equally as well as one of the
eminent affairs in American universi-
ties. Tonight witnesses the 1921 J-
Mop riding on Ike crest of successful
occasions of other years with the
greatest attendance in the history of
the affair.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HlARtYARDi)PROFESSORIS1'10
RfECEIVE SALARtY IN('R E SE
As a result of the Harvard endow-
msent fund canmpaign, thse governing
hoards of the unaiversity have been able
to draw up a new scale of salaries
for the teaching staff, from 40 to 10
per cent higher thsan the old raae at
compsensation. accompanied by a,
change isa the systemofsa acadensicl
prunsotion. The ness salary scale is to
go sass effect on Sept. 1, 1910.
Sees All, Knows
Alli, Hears All,
OuijaTells All
(fBy M.I1,%.)
If tihere were somseting tihat youa
wanted1tolansow most desperately
wouldn't you try and fid it oust? Of
course, any senasible person ,wousld.
Newspapers tar anad aviateihave
spread gossilsy stories of cu-ed versus
Ouija hbard-ands people all sver have
maade scating reumarkas abouta whlast lbs
girls camae to college fur, etc.
Well it's thsis ssay-
A grousp -of lovely, lasaghising. dishae-
eledmaaidos w sera sitinsg isatheir
buadoira'saried fromsatlisalaborsosatheis
slap-. 'Baaacenas ofItIis isanyss-'or-
ority haseand thl Ie dlay'5saraccupation
siass beensa.rclassiassre('vs lse listeninsg
ass Tarupiralfris). Btsthtees
somsethisngevasena aoreawearying'-thans
abest"renus sasovasald lal las's- be ass
besen lis-sas -A -andsihaiass as"re'ata asaes-
isassawhiasi s is-tea-ing-dolasse ia hlelaaa
a sutal orass sm.'
''I muss aasano . It s--i- a udiass
loanger Itisascruel to kreepsass in
ssesea and ha'of aes asuniful,
btst lassas' aemiidnsas threwa allaseifa
(awn and' ur, sasso ncasieabal'
sobbing
'fie rest a olas wsas-sS i .a n sasal sss a a
roaom a-aawas lass-all'],ears'aTi ss as-a'
alas altas onass 00 as of ass recss

BRIJAIN HAS No WADM
WE[COME FoR OWRMNS
DEsPORITED TEUIONS lETIRNING
T0 EM(',AND POORLY
itEfEIV EI)
Lonsdon, Alpril 9.- Large nunshers
of Germsan and uthser undesirables
whu were deported fromanEsgland in
the war save managed to muake their
way back to London but have ens-
counter-ed warns receptions whlen
their identify has been discoveredl.
They mansaged to cross frons the cuss-
tinentsi by weorkinag their way as sailors
ou trampp steamuers to northern Eng~-
lish and Scottisha ports.
Thecs Germuans v-ho hsave comue hack
to England Is take up business agains
find it a Iharsd ross'to laos, sasys thes
Evening Standard. One Gernman busi-
nsess mans gave it up and retuarned to
isis Fatherlansd after ibeing refused adi-
msissions to five Londons hoatels. lie
found roonms in a Bloumsbusry boardl-
lug hosuase busitswoslays later the othesr
boardlers sdiscosveredsimis, ansi noatifiaed
thse manager they couldi not liv'e unsder
ithe samae roof withaa Geran; andalhas
seas tusrnedalout.
A Germaasl- aan chris aaLtondoss
sbu~ aspeeteal bys nsaeiglhors
fromsaropeninsg lasssaoldstosire'the
otiher dIas althaoughslashad lsldisa
En sglandsiflass40 searsasaan ss'rass's
mansaimiasalar rases.
"teamerS'piaatalasfirstLera ss aa rgea
sl Is sosenter thisI rath salFurltahsc
Augusta 1014,as asallowsaedI asiors at
ing thl -aasel 'ledsasnotadsla lh'e
..ersa ag.a
lisathlasotiheriahad, as revsiv'al aot
sasaiulst' s atasovena Gasrdena Operas
"c-'aaslis' slrsa scrowdsedsazi app slre-
ciss'aaaalssa a lieauinc afsciesty epasile.,
Thescasthoeerwasswaholly' Fag-
TIherea'asill be 'a sesris aof aix lea-
assresa's ass saIls-al subijec'sdulrinag tile
Summesasr sesioia.sDOans isatas sf tse
,aaSumi'rsesasiosaystht he ill
lae asf gsesassal sassrasttaaill wsliss asase
ltess.
Tie laetirs'waill ha'dslieisresd is
l~e n VctorC. assgsass lasC al-ol,
IDr.0 Aas tlasaBa Bari B are t, as Darall,
andi Dr. 'aan Essalias'sastsasg.
The Bally contains the latest Asso-
chate Press News.-Adv.

* F'ootwear of goo Quality nd itnto
I REPUTATION
DERIVED FROM QUALITY LINGERS INFINITELY
LONGER IN YOUR MEMORY THAN PRICE. RUBY
FOOTWEAR COSTS MORE THAN MANY OTHER
U MAKES, BUT THERE ARE THESE BED-ROCK REA -
SONS---QUALITY, STYLE, SERVICE.
U('H 1(%% 641DE'lROITI
FOR
HIGH-CLASS PHOTOPLAYS
W lUERTH and ORPHEUM
THEATIRES
HIGH-CLASS VUDEVILLE
- AT -
THE FORUM THEATRE
YPSILANTI
Exer Fridav and Saturday '

,

epsidtemaic atofsa9 a asihes'girls -ale
tihat sosmethinsg msatbeadosne asiataat a
sasirlls Ilaishestpowssresass" wi isas's
could'aIbe solsvsal
'Thep slid soash Iaaec'o isa toni t, fsssos r
isaag rsessdneas s in s heclege ans
tpbere IshaldIsrainsedthisebIoard o1 isaa-
iriptae theass(auerieas. I11 slasrlt
spelled out. -asan s sasaia-
Y- 4-hI -I-N-V-i-T-
1-0--T-B-T-1i -17:tJ-B-P.
Evesrybodyv cheered 55ip05amazingly',
tise roomndi ed sassaandthe iss lsails-
cussed sesnisg acluthes auntiitthae sails
As They View I
Once It's Over
Thes Girl: "Gcc,hbutsass-ftestasee
Thse Fellowis: "I guess I'11 he a clubt-
umansthes rest of thes year. 'They say
they roll fhels' sssn.''
Thle Chaaperones: "Ho hsam, I wias
thsat these toalisha younag peaple knsess
enoaugh to go to bed."
Thse Faculty: "Well Iass througih
sith this kind of business tar anothser
year."
1)r. 1-ay : "Thsis dancing las asy
gymunasiunm is ass outrage. Why the
building would blusahswithaasame, it'
it could."
'The ~Maicurist: "I'll hsave to get
all at my instrunsents sarpened aft-
er was-king ass all those msemn last
week."
T1he Barber: "Thsis laset raise Ba
lances was very' appartune."
The Madiste: "It's a gaod thing I
can chsarge tar muy creative designs.
The ansount at gaads in this year's
gowns wouldn't bring mnuch."
The Tailor: "lass glad tihis wass nat
a military ihop."
Doc and Smuck : Business of rub-
bing hamnds and smsiing.
The Taxi Driver: "I sold msy car
ten times tonight, and it is atill with
mas."
Time Flarist: " 'Say it swith flaswers
is a goad usatto,' hut its a good thsing
souse at these flowers I sold can't
talk."
The Girls who did not go: Thsey al
had to rush homse for a big party Sat-
urday night."
Father, when las gets the bill:
19 I" Censored.

PHONE ORDERS MALL ORDERS
PROMPTLY 'ILLED , PROM~PTLY FILLED

Newest Conceits For Spring
. . . and "conceit" is just the wvord to he applied to these Spring
Mlodes. These frocks whether of tricotine, taffeta, sain, or georgette,
shosw a penchant for ruffles, orerskirts and frills -asnythaing to belie
the severity of last season.
Ouar store is resplendent waith frocks in street dresses of wool
jersey, tricotine and sea-ge, and charnming afternoon dresses of taffeta
satin and georgette. You will fall in love swith these nesw nodels for
their differentness and becomingness.
We also ace showing Spring Mlodels in Suits and Coats.

FASHION PARLORS
(SECOND FLOOR)'

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