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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FBRUARY 10, 1921

A LLEADERS OF GRAND MARCH
18124 OPERA TIP
Contracts Signed For New York City,j
Philadelphia, and Buffalor
Theaters;
DENBY MAKES PLANS FOR
WASHINGTON APPEARANCEa
By Robert C. Morarty
Michiganrwillrsend its eighteenth
annual opera east. Buffalo, New York
City, Philadelphia, and probably
Washington will be on the itinerary
for next year's production. Arrange- John P. Lawton. V 1 J'' Elizabeth W. Childs.
ments have already been made, and Mr. Lawton and Miss Childs were the leaders of the grand march at the
contracts for theaters signed in all of Junior Hop Friday evening. Lawton is chairman of the Hop Commit-
tee. Miss Childs' home' is in Hinsdale, Ill.
these cities except Washington, and
there negotiations are well under way. nIrup, '24E, was not settled until a brief
The Metropolitan Opera house in UNIiF rHPr IJ NJ time before the Hop, the contract be-
New York City has already been leas- ing let to the Blu Maize floral shop.
ed, contracts having been signed by MADE DV COMMITTEE In rapid succession the work of the
both the Union officials and the man- finance committee under Hugn A. Mac-
bgerot theUnioneraofaseandThem--Gregor, '24, booths and refreshments
agers of the opera house. The pro- PLANS FOR HOP WERE LAID AND under Stewart R. Boyer, '24L, and
duction will play in New York on COMPLETED BY JUNIOR taxis under Arthur K. Hyde, '24A, was
Dec. 18, going there from Buffalo CLASSMEN quickly brought to a close. Harry C.
where it will play on Dec. 17. The Clark, '24, had charge of all publicity
Teck theater in this city has been If the 1924 Junior Hop has been for the Hop.
leased for that date. The troupe will successful, the credit for that success
be in Buffalo over Sunday and the must go largly to the Hop committee,
time will be spent in visiting Niagara st s
Falls and other points of interest
about the city. by their classes in the various col- (Continued from Page Seven)
The performance in Philadelphia leges. If their efforts to give what Booth 51-Pi Kappa Alpha
will be given in the Academy of Mu- has been called the greatest formal Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. Harry S.
sic on Dec. 19. Contracts have also in the country have been futile, they Manchester, Canfield, O. Guests -
been signed for this theater which must be given the discredit. Of the The Misses Nettie M. Haight, Brigh-
is the one the Metropolitan Opera success or failure of the committee's ton; Loraine Price, Niagara Falls, N.
company uses when playing in Phila- efforts the guests at the Hop must be Y.; Thelma Raymond, Sault Ste. Ma-
delphia. The theater in Washington the judge. . rie; Helen Chidester, Hastings; Eu-
has not been contracted for, but if Following the election of all of the nice Fee, Indiana, Pa.; Mildred Bye,
arrangements can be made the opera committeemen, Live from the literary Detroit; Mary Griffin, Lima, O.; Doris
will play in that city on Dec. 20. Sec- college, three from the engineering Clements, Lansing; Helen Howard,
retary of the Navy Edwin Denby, college, and one from each of the Highland Park.
'96L, is making arrangements for the other six colleges and departments, ..
capitol appearance. the committee began its weekly meet- Booth 52-Theta Delta Chi
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, ings at the Union. The elected com-
Chicago, Grand Rapids, Toledo, De- mittee was divided into eight commit- KindChaperonsd R and Mrs. Charles
troit and Cleveland, and other cities tees by John P. Lawton, '24, chairman. MisdelondAli Gran ds
in this State will be included on the These eight committees, which laid eln Laioux, Minneapolis, Minn.;
opera itinerary, and completed all the plans for the Margaret Thomas, Chicago, lit; Mac-
The opera will start its tour with Hop were: finance, decorations, tick- ian Deutsch, Grand Raipds; Charlotte
Toledo on Dec. 14, and Cleveland on ets, programs, music, booths and re- Sheorer, Bay City; Melon Curtis,
Dec. 15. Theaters have already been freshments, publicity, and taxis and Grand Rapids; Betty Conor, Flint;
obtained in nearly all of these cities checkr .roth amBei, uon ; Dor-
anch rcs o apn u heckoman. RfseDTcet. othyBCnnmterlawrMuskegondolyn
route will be completed as soon as While plans in all the departments Wilt, Altoona, Pa.; Paul ine Pipe,
the few remaining ones have boon of the work for the Hop were begun Pittsburgh, Pa.; Charlotte Schurz,
definitely arranged. at once, the distribution and award-
This is the first time that a Mich- ing of the tickets was the first task
igan production has ever gone as far to be done immediately, and the Hop OPERA TO PLAY TODAY
east as New York. Letters from prom- ticket committee, under the direction
inent alumni in and about New York of LeRoy Neisch, '24, in a short time (Continued from Page One)
have been enthusiastictandtpromis- had divided the 700 tickets among the '23. Some of the song hits of the
lug. They all fol sure that the opera hundreds of applicants on a pro rata duct h b io
will be a great success in that city. scheme approved by the Mop commit- pro Detioni ave een sent by rad
tee of the Student council. Many from Detroit and Pittsburgh and have
been well received. "Maybe Its True",
1924 Junior Hop hundreds were disappointed in not s eceibeJ.h"MG ybeItsaTrae
receiving tickets for the ball, and the sung by John Gr, '25, and "Maid
Is Now A Memory committee experienced regret at ha- ot the Mill", are proably two of the
mtg to turn down those who did not most popular numbers.
(Continued from Page One) qualify for tickets. Although t h e
radiating from the center of the gym- tickets of admission were not soldr-
nasium to the border of the booths. until after the Christmas holidays,
The happy faces of the dancers, the the applications were all returned to
charming strains of music, the multi- their applicants, either accepted or re-
form and high coloration of the gowns, jected, before the beginning of the
the illumination of the spotlight, the holidays. State St., A
words of hearty commendation of the Shortly after returning from the
patrons and patronesses, and the spir- vacation, the general committee se-
it of merriment, and good will have lected the three orchestras to play
made the 1924 Hop the greatest of all for the Hop. The selection was made
Hops, and its guests must in time to under the chairmanship of E. R. Fin-
come have .happiest and choicest re- ney, '24M, with a view to slecting
miniscences of it. orchestras which would represent the
The Hop has reigned, but in passing East, the South, and the Middle West.
has inelibly stamped happy thoughts Decoration a Task.

and memories upon the minds of hun- One of the most important jobs,
dreds. that of decoration under Jacob Hort-

Ann Arbor; Helen Ford, Grand Rap- Wheaton, Druand; Rose L. Zanaella,
ids; Dorothy Maitland, Negaunee. Norway.
Booth 53-Wolverine Club Other guests at the Hop are the
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. Richard Misses Mary E. Saunders, St. Peters-'
J. Prettie, Detroit. Guests-Esther burg, Fla.; Velma Lee Carter, Lake-
G. Austin, Detroit; M. Rowena Carson, wood 0.; Mary E. Reed, New Castle,
Detroit; Muriel R. Fox, Central Lake; Pa.; Ida A. Naiquardt, Ann Arbor;
Betty B. Harrell, Detroit; Leone R. Rose Lillian orbett, Detroit; Mrs. I.
Jacobs, Sturgis; Ophelia M. Jordan, A. Anderson, Jackson.
Detroit; Alice Kading, Michigan City,
Ind.; Helen Luttermoser, Detroit; Ai- Old timers will recall the J-Hop
leen McLeod, Ann Arbor; Gladys M. not so long ago when a whole lot
Phelps, Detroit; Agnes C. Parker, De- less cloth was used in making skirts
troit; Lucile Schultz Maroa, Ill.; Isa- than is the case this year. Tough
belle A. Wallace, Detroit; Vera luck, old timers.

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MIMES THEATRE
OF THE MICHIGAN UNION
Special Attraction
Matinee and Night
Thursday, February 15
The
Rachel Sewall
AA RIONE TTES
Prices
latinee 25c and 35c
Night - Soc and 75c
Vox office sale Wednesday, Feb. 14, so A. N.

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