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HOP EXTRA / 1 L444 R14 EDITION
VOL. XXXII. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1922 PRICE TEN CENTS
BEAUTY REIENS AT HPSRETURN
1S22 UNION OPERA _GAND MADCVPOTS
PLAYS TODAY FOB f-Hop Suggestions from the CartoonerYEA'S BIG DANCE
GUESTSAT J-HOP INTO FOUL SWING
"MAKE IT FOR TWO" RETURNS TO GAYETY INCREASES AS COUPLES
WITNEY AFTER TWO GLIDE OVER GYMNASIUM
MONTHS' ARSENCE FLOOR
PLAY CONTAINS SONGS DECORATIONS CREATE
OF LASTING MERIT-- NOVEL GARDEN EFFECT
Costumes, Scenery, and Music area y
Primary Factors in Show's Hall Iluminated By Indiret System
Success The Cartooner thinks that it would be fine if some attempt were made to make Giving Soft, Subdued
Dental Hoppers feel more at home by fitting up a booth with torture chair, drills, Light
(By M. B. Stahl) pliers, etc.
"Make It For Two," the 1922 Mich- (By Thornton IV. Sargent, Jr.)
igan Union opera, gives its J-Hop per- The orchestra swung into -The Vic-
formance at 2:15 o'clock this afternoon ER EY trs. Behind the 1op chairman,
at the Whitney theater. That this tRR /Charles A, laummer, and his partner,
show should be the best the Union has Miss Grace Pattinson, the couples
ever given for the University's great- slowly straggled into line. Self-con-
est social week-end is the prediction of sciously careless, they grand-marched
everyone who knows the record of about the hall, ending in an imperfect
this opera. The performance is on the Block "M." Brief instruction from the
social calendar of every group'attend- photographer, a blinding glare ofarc
ing the Hop this year. I - _--lights, a silence, and the Junior Hop
After playing a solid week to packed was photographed. The notes of "Yoo
houses in Ann Arbor, the show wentf -'- ; -!-' -Hoo" sounded over the chattering of
on the road for an 18 days' tour dur- the hundreds as the orchestra struck
ing the Christmas vacation, to the And a booth for Engineers might be equipped with a nice pile of gravel and into the first dance number. The 1923
principal cities of the Middle West. pretty, serviceable picks and shovels, with a concrete mixer or a donkey engine hand- Junior IHop was on.
With the reputation thus established, somely installed in a convenient corner. Spirit of Revelry
the 60 members of the cast and chorus, There was a moment of confusion, a
under the direction of E, Hortimfr' jam, and the Block "M" broke up, the
Shuter, expect to give their best per-r, -- couples sweeping into a Fox trot. All
formance this afternoon at which sought the J-Bop spirit, as they glided
guests will b present from every sec- over the uneven floor, and as dance fol-
tion of the country. lowed dance the spirit of revelry grew.
Plot Sustains Interest The dancers, heedless of the conges-
"Make It For Two" is a musical com- tion, went gayly on from one Fox trot
edy in two acts, the first being laid in to another, idling aiay the hours of the
the home of the IHoughtons on Long 11 revived Junior Hop.
Island, and the second on the Island -- Waterman gymnasim had been
of Nowhere, somewhere off the coast completely transformed for the occa-
of Africa. The plot is tight, but its - sions. The bare, grim walls were en-
threads serve to sustain interest cealed by the simple decorations, so
throughout. The book and some of the Extreme care should be taken in the choice of favors for the ladies. Cigarette different from the lavishness of past
lyrics were written by Leo Neidzielski, cases would seem to be particularly pleasing to the vivacious Hop Queens. If any ones, and resembled a garden. Butter-
'23, while Foreman C. Brown, '22, wrote of them do not smoke the cases can be put to admirable use as packing boxes for flies flitted under the blue sky, and
the music and some of the lyrics. - formal gowns. carried in their train beautiful ladies,
All costumes were made especially decked in gorgeous, jewelled gowns.
for "Make It For Two," by Lester, of j,! Southern smilax was hung around the
Chicago. This is the first amateur pro- running track, under which were the
duction that he has ever undertaken f , 1 Issue fl l)J UfIRf Greetings1 f m many booths. Short plain posts, on
to costume. In the "Garden of Girls" D ailyiWillfifl+ fI which were seated a pair of gorgons
number, the most expensive gowns of holding a dark cord, separated the
the show are exhibited, while in "Girls HOPf COMMITEES AWORK booths and marked the entrance.
of the Seasons" a special drop curtain --------Lighting Effective
is used with each change of season to More detailed in its account of the To Michigan's guests, the classes of A subdued glow was cast over the en-
augment the effect of the clever gowns. largest social event of the University JUNIORS FROM ALL COLLEGES '23 extend a most cordial and hearty tire hall by large and small lights,
Variety of Dancing STRIVE TO MAKE FUNCTION welcome. The classesocis'2cndarrncovered wih pink and yellow shades.
whichcedutdacscrs will apeae o the s treedtsil an bex SUCCESS worked unceasingly and given willing- A briliant lighting effect was achiev-
dances, classical numbers and strictly e dwhen the spotlights were played
musical comedy numbers prove the delivered to fraternity houses, and oth- Success or failure in any enterprise be the best J-Hop of them all, and it upon the lorge glass halls suspended
variety of the dancing in "Make It For er places fro which orders were re- is their hope that when the last note
varietyglyuonth or f h - from the ceiig. M(yriads of lights
Two." George Hoffman, '24, and Earl ceived, at 6 o'clock this morning. pens arge on of has been sounded, that you, our guests, dated everywhere as the globes slow-
Powers, '22, star in the "The Bagger The second edition will contain a p adverse circumstances, bring to sue- will carry away only the sweetest of ly revolved and were flashed with all
Dance," while Gordon Weir, '24, opens later account of the dance, a featurea e s b o w r o s s r d e haea i r a e e m a p f o n mr r d t i ilea
_cssful completion or doom to inglor- mmre n huht fti far the colors of the rainbow.
ic- ious failure that with which they are Michigan expects that we of '23 will As the Hop guests entered Barbour
Arthur Holden, '23, heading man, ure of the grand march finale. The do our utmost to make this Hop as fine
sings most of the songs of the show, picture, taken at the beginning of the credit is due the Hop committee of as all those which have given to the grams, whi can be used a Vanity
the most popular being "Garden of evening, hao been developed a s the class of 1923 for the success of the J-Hop the name of Michigan's greatest card cases for the ladies and card
Girls," "I'd Like to Steal Away to ed to Detroit, where an engraving is great social function of the year. social event-a tradition time honored cases for the men. The early arrivals
Loveland," "Girls of the Seasons." The being made. With the return of the gre ci tio ofe and respected.year
cu ta alhu hsmrigte The committee numbers 14, compes- adroetd for a few did coime before 9 'clock,
with which will probably be entered scon eaoly o to prsng ap ing three men from the literary college, JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENTS. i had a long wait.
with the songs of Michigan that will second edition will go to press and a three from the engineers, and one each The hour set for the grand march
live is "Michigan Memories" sung by pear on the streets shortly afterward. from the other schools of the Univer- "After the Hop" Chimes Appears Soon cae ad ent. At 9 oclock Water-
Kemp Kenna, director of the orchestra, sity, the whole headed by Charles A. The "After the Hop" number of man gymnasium was a deserted place;
just before the rise of the curtain on Hummer, '23. It is divided into five Chimes will appear on the campus only a few were there, and they sat or
the second act. This song was not UNION DANCE TONIGHT smaller committees on tickets, decora- Wednesday. Hop features contained in 11stood idly in the booths, which re-
sung in Ann Arbor, having been cona- tions, music and refreshments, booths this number of the magazine include a sembled a furniture store in their cmp-
posed just before the production went The dining room of the Union and information, and programs, invi- three color hop cover, a spread of tiness Gradually the place filled; the
on the road. It proved to be the song will be open from 6 to 8 o'clock ations, and favors. A sub-committee pictures of "the hop headli nervously promenaded the
hit of the show with the alumni. Saturday evening. Either formal of 20 members chosen from the junior complete history of the hop, "Half a floor or chatted vacuously in the
I or informal attire will be correct. classes of the different schools and Century of J-Hop History," and a booths.
Baseball Tryouts Meet Monday There will be a formal dance in colleges is always at the disposal of breezy little story, "Lisa Thinks the Shortly after ten the grand march
All sophomores who wish to try out assembly hall from 9 to 12 o'clock the committee of 14, to assist in any Hop Great Fun," written by Donald began. It was a straggling affair, no
for assistant baseball manager are re- in the evening. A few tickets for way necessary. Coney, '24. The magazine contains a one doing what he should do with con-
quested to nmeet wit Hugh E. Wilson the dance are still available at The committee was appointed late, number of other features and depart- sistent regularity, but finally it was
at 1 o'clock Monday, Feb. 13, at Wat- nain desk of the Union. and did not commence to act officially over. The picture was taken, and the
erman gymnasium. until early in December, leaving an un- Communications for the Student Ad- hop was on.
usually short time for the rounding visory committee may be addressed to
A course in landscape designing was Annual Union banquets were inau- out of the multitudinous plans in- that organization in care of Dean J. A faculty advisory system was
added to the curriculum in 1908. gurated in 1903. (Continued on Page Eight) A. Bursley, or at the Union. i adopted in 1908.