THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1923
;tJ DU il.U 00 They have argued the government
out of srending detectives to the Hop.
They have distributed their pictures
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE UNI- broadcast to the press throughout the
VERSITY OF MICHIGAN state and nation. In fact they have
Published every smoreieg exeept Meedey
during thed tUiersity year by the Boud i devoted two hours a day religiously
Control of Student Publications. to posing for photographers. Theirs
is the life of the bearers of respon-
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sibility.
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled
to the use for republication of all news dis- The J-Hop this year is more gorge-
patches credited to it or not otherwise credited ous and resplendent than any of tho
in this paper and also the local news published
herein. past. And as we d ance and dream
let us remember and be grateful to
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich- the hard-working members of the
gan, as tseod clots mtter.
Ofices:seAns Arbor Press Building. committee who have made the Junior
Phones: Business, o6e; Editorial, 2414. Hop of the class of 1924 unrivalled in
Managing Editor ............ Marion B. Stahl j
Business M anager...........Albert J. Parker
Have you seen the campus? We
have forty-one operating lunchrooms
within a radius of three blocks from
Waterman gym which you shouldn't
Ralph N. Byers
Assistants SWAYING RHYTHMS
Ray A. Billington, Thomas E. Fiske, As the fairyland atmosphere of the
John Garlinghouse, Edward J. Higgins, whole scene pervades your soul, gentle
John McGinnis, Stanley M. Baxter, Hopper, have ycz stopped to tbink
Frederic Telmos, Kenneth Kellar. how much of the effect is caused by
music? From the thrill of "Victors"
to the lingering notes of the last waltz1
BUSINESS MANAGER the orchestras weave their spell of
Laurence H. Favrot harmony, of freedom from care, and
E. D. Armantrant, James A. Dryer, With a single stroke of the baton
Eugene L. Dunne, Wallace Flower, they carry the yielding imaginationsI
D. L. Pierce, George Rockwood, Ken- of fifteen hundred dancers roving to
neth Seick. Spain, to the Orient, the Southland,-1
ever intermingling a constant thread
On With The rance
Let Chaperons Be
The time has come
when all must turn
aside from the pursuit
of the elusive knowl-
edge and take up the
brighter side of life.j
The J-Hop is at hand,
and the dress suit
in u s t b e removed
from the cedar chest
or moth ball trunk.
A mysterious telephone number must
be called, the price and delivery ar-
ranged. Hours of preparation, ttugg
ng and swearing-- at last the Hop.
Dancing, chatting and dancing from
nine 'till two, and the space between
wo semesters has been filled and an-
other Hop added to the list.
Still a good time had by all.
A maiden fair
Received a bid;
He'd let her be
The lucky kid.
To the J-Hop
Oh! Could she go?
Mother said, "Yes'
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1923 1 of melody and love. Meanwhile the Father said, No.
muffled stroke of the drums beats out
the ominous note of passing time, Then down she sat,
JTMOP, '24 Feet move to swaying rhythms. To pen a note;
Avaunt, Gloom! Be gone, Sorrow! Hearts answer to yearning harmonies. 'Tis pitiful,
This is a time of Joy and Merriment, Imaginations flare amid entrancing What she wrote:
and only they, with their boon com- melodies.
panion Mirth and Pleasure, will be Drums are to keep time not to tell "Rudolph dearest,
granted admittance to the royal halls its flight. Then on with the dance, I've heard your call;
wherein the lords and ladies of the let us twirl in the whirl. Mother's for us,
J-Hop celebrate this happy occasion. But 'tis not all.
The student of yesterday is the
cavalier of today. The pursuit of joy There are fifty-three booths at the Pa suggested
and the chase after gaiety-these are Hop. Approximately fifty-three bor- That you might buy-
the tasks which he has set himself. rowed punchbowls will bereturned I can't write it,
They have filled his dreams for many Monday morning. I am so shy.
weeks, and cast a spell of charm and
witchery over the dark and somber SMYTHE MIXES IN But this is it,
days of examinations. From the be- Not beng a Junior himself, and yet Modesty hell!
spectacled, book-laden apprentice of curious to see just what Michigan's Pa is bankrupt,
pedagogical tyrants he has been trans- greatest social function was like, Dead broke that spells.
formed now into a modern Prince Smythe managed to get a ticket
Charming. He has bravely overcome through a friend who happened to You buy the tickets,
the wiles and snares of donning social belong to the class of '24. The in- Both train and Hop;
armor which confront the uninitiated. cident was the occasion for consid- I'll bring just me,
Barbers, manicurists, tailors and bank- erable talk among his friends; but What say, ol' top?"
ers have been his slaves, and now that soon passed off, so Smythe --BURNSIDE.
he makes a bid for the spotlight of scraped the rust from his Tuxedo and
attention, and is outrivalled by only proceeded to join the throng. The Spirit of the Party.
one.On entering Waterman gym Smnythe,
His guest, the fair Miss J-Hopper, not being used to crowds, was as-
has imported the perfumes of Persia, tounded at the seething mass of
the silks of the Orient and the gowns humanity in each other's arms. And
of Paris-and so we find her a maiden then too, the decorations completely
of beauty and charm, the favourite of baffled him. He had thought this was
the gods. Laughter and smiles are a gymnasium. Smythe was just about
her implements de guerre, weapons to turn and leave, when to his sur-
which even the sternest men fear to prise his arm was grasped by none Perhaps they were there, perhaps
challenge. She dances with the grace other than our old friend, Clarence nt. If you did not see them don't be
of a woodland nymph, truly a daugh- 0 Mega. Clarence urged Smythe to too sure they were not there. If they
ter of Terpsichore. stick it out, and wasted no time telling were there with you, you could not
The Hop-it is theirs. The revelry that he, Clarence, was undoubtedly see them, and if they were not with
and the mirth, the jollity and the mer- the hit of the evening. you the only way you could absolutely
riment-who dares to covet these gifts The scion of the O.Mega's led thle Osay they were there was to have down
from Olympus? Let mortals be gay, bewildered Smythe to the booth of ed them, and then you would not care
for the gods have so decreed, and none which Professor Mort was chaperon. a great deal if they were there or not.
may gainsay the verdict of the im- They found the smiling parent main- Some people spoke to them, others
mortals! taining a close guard over the punch talked with them, and others carried
bawl. Here Clarence introduced his on a debate. 'Tis true that some men
Some poets are born immortal, companion to Harold the humorist, have their own stock, others acquire
others achieve immortality, and still who acknowledged the introduction it, and some have it thrust upon them.
others endure through annual reap- with a typical Haroldean remark. "Nices
earance in the programs of the Ju- dance, eh? Hop to it, old timer."
Then a beautiful maiden flitted across "We till distry tis evidence", said
alec Hop. the floor to the booth, and Symthe was the prohibition officer tipping up a
face to face with the pride of the bottle.
LEST WE FORGET-COMMITTEE O.Mega clan, the charming Coedde.p
Amid the whirl and carefulness ofHHon. J-nmp.
th -a.let us not forget the men e danced with her, and she told insEnJnp
the J-Hop,e a rb t mred "Cm- of the wonderful grades she had re- "Almost new, Tuxedos for rent!"
who wear a ribbon marked "Com-
aitte". On their shoultem rests the ceived and hummed snatches of 11 A card board shirt to the laundry
Trovatore in his ear. sent-
It was they who argued the basket- Throughout the remainder of the Gathering dust on cracked patent
ball coach into giving up Waterman evening, while gay laughing couples shoes,
gym for a day or so. It was they who danced merrily past his booth, Smythe A pocket flask full of colorless booze.
bought mies of varicoloced bunting continued to serve as the escort of
and strung it up. They traveled to Coedde until midnight, when he com- The cold. wild ride to the Gym,
the ultimate extremes of the nation plained of a headache, and bidding He, a fifty three waist, in a thirty
to bring back the best of orchestras. her goodbye, proclaimed to the smiling slim-
They made seven hundred friends in moon that he was no longer an ad- Sthe, in a dress, mins front and back,
ditributing tickets, and seven thou- vocate of the theory of a status quo Rouged, red lips-that have started to
for women. crack.
sand enemies when there were no w
more tickets left.
For weeks they have devoted their op, Skip and Jump! Hop all nighf A crimson garter as a memo.
energies to a system whereby the tonight, Skip breakfast, and Jump the "Bottled in Bond' labels-in an M-book
Grand March might be shortened. For very last train Sunday. to go
hours they have explored the poetry Bidding goodbye, long about noon,
of ages searching for new rhymes Did you think the Grand March was The J-Hop is over-perhaps none too
for the program and have concluded long? You should have been in it last soon.
by sticking to the traditional ones. year! --REGNITTE.
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