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SOUVENIR MIDNIGHT
HOP EXTRA E D I T I O N

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1924

VOL. XXXIV.

PRICE TEN CENT.

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OPEA 1,ILLMAKE
106 I STS
"(OTTON STOCkiNGis" WILL BE
GIVEN IN WllItNEY AT
2 0'CLOCK
1925 PRODUCTION HAS
SHOWN IN 18 CITIES
Ne w Y ork, Walijilg on. Pitsmurgh, and
Sh~nlel' 'a I ile in Praise
101 t amedy
Iy I :rcy C. I kirk
CtI c tckings," the eighteenth,
annre'1i ar, o~wrs will be presented
for the last time at 2 o'clock this
afternoon at the Whitney theatre in{
honor of the 1925 J-Hop.
Guests of practically every frater-
nity on the campus will attend the
Mines slow, which played one full
week in Ann Arbor and which ap-
peared 19 times in 17 different cities4
during the Christmas holidays. In
New York, "Cotton Stockings" played
in the Metropolitan opera house, every
seat of which was sold out. The pro-
duction also appeared in Buffalo, Phil-
adelphia, Pittshurgh, and Washington.
as well as in Middle Western cities
before capacity houses. The quality!
of the show, and the success of its
vacation trip, as compared with other
Union operas are unparalleled, de-
clares E. Mortimer Shuter, opera di-
rector anl hundreds who have seen
the musilal comedy.

A COMPLETE FROST!

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KING WITERI G SEET5 DANCERS
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THREE JAZZ ORCHESTRAS
CHARM SWAYING CROWD
Beautifal (Gi' s agnificient Gowns,
Vh1mqe iDecoratlions, l3lark
Annual all
By Iy A. Killington
The romance of beautiful girls, the
splendor of extravagant decorations,
the charm of enticing music - 850
swaying couples- the 1925 J-Hop.
Frigid scenes of northern lands, Es-
kimo igloos, white and shining against
the blue atmosphere of a nothern sky
and the deeper blue of a northern sea
the 1925 J-Iop.
Music; charming music, intoxicating
susic, drifting through a swaying maz
of couples. Blase girls, experienced in
Hops of former years and pleasingly
bored; co-eds, proud to be present at
Michigan's greatest dance; out-of-town
belles, inexperienced, delighted, awed,
wondering-the 1925 J-lop.
Straggling couples introduced to the
northern scenes by a forest of scented
pines in the hallway. Crowds arriving
later, endless streams of cars pouring
their loads into the doors of the gym-

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"Cotton Stockings" is a musical com- nasiums, lines waiting before the
edy in which many unusual features Decorations larely Escape CI 9009NGIDU III TO OUR GUESTS: Ichecking booths coules entering the
aOm to give a wholly delightful Fire Chie ('s Condemnation ballrooms, pausing, struck by the new-
effect. The costumes, designed b( The University of Michigan ness and the beauty of all before them
Lester of Chicago, lhave een pro- IU-thelL19l51J11I oi .
neer orgeous" and "eefinest Condemnation of the highly welcomes you heartily to the the 1121 J-Hop.
ounced "gorgeous" and "the finest nThe grand march begins a little aft-
ever seems umuyssere this seasen," by in. ml rtcdcrton ~ ~ 5~ ~ E~I ~ oat etv caino t er er the seleld time, 9:3. o'clock.
mayrseve wer sr tome iIap was narrowly avoid- We want you thoroughly to en-
many ed by the Hop committee. The Commitiees Hae Worked Two Months joy every moment of your stay inuell R. sagter and Ethel Mae
ern cities. committee had failed to notify Oni lichgan's Greatest Ann Arbor. The Junior class has Tull, the chosen couple, lead the end-
Msuchutofaltetcredit for the hril-e fire marshal that the Social Event less stream down between the rows of
liant succes of the opera goes tos pa prep
I onel E. Ames, '24, vho plays the annual dance was to be held and for the events of these days. igloos that line the room. Again they
leading role of Susan, aftrwards Sn- sthat the decorations would need 700 TICKETS 5011); OVER 400 There will be ample external circle the room, and again, forming the
samne. Tm m'ery city, Ames' remark- his inspection. ,l'I'LiCAN'TS 1)10 I.iPOINTEI) evidence of our determination huge block "1" ending the march. A
able feimale makup has elicited Thursday, when the decora- to make this J-Hop a memorable few couples outer, late for the mareh
choruses of applause, his impersona- tions were practically complete, 'rm'ss:uions for the 1925 J-Hop1 affair. We want you to know but anxious to be in the picture, and
tions being likened to those of the and when it wold have been too hae eem mle say for the past also that the whole University are hustled into the folds of humanity
lams'ss Elhinge. late to change the scheme of 0 m miolths in order that as nearly breathes an atmosphere of warm that pause and wait and try to appear
Other members of the cast who have decorating, the state fire mar- erfes t a dance as possible might be and cordial good-will towards its indifferent and bored, There comes a
contributed to ihe success of the per- shah did come. gieen the guests of the University by guests. moment af tenseness a thie icture is
formance era Cirle s. Lieingstono, "He may condemn the whole ti the Jeior Classes. Thirteen juniors No person is at his best who does snapped.
'>~, as Alaric; James Dresbach, '24, works," said the local fire head, Ielmeted rom the different colleges of not find real satisfaction in hap- It is the stirring music of the "Vic-
as "the Pristesss of Rhythmic Mo- Chief Andrews. The marshal, U m1Ilisermity, have devoted most of py social relationships. No in- tors," played by Roy Bargy's orchestra
tihn"; V on yers '24. as Jerry oweverafter he had secured Ithir time and energy during this per- stitution is rich in Its spirit of Detroit, that helps the couples
Hastings, John Hassberger, '25M, as the promise of committeemen to lod to hundreds of matters that were which does not come to expres- through the grand inarch. And now
Nedda Cmlert' and Barre Hill '25 take necessary precautions, 'ad for. sion in functions, beautiful in Mill's orchestra of Flint bursts into
thenstrains thf therfirst extende
whose fine voice was one of the out- sanctioned the work and extend- The committee was elected late this1 their artistic setting and gay in the strains of the irt dane.
standing features of the show, ed congratulations to the com- In'ar. Delayed class meetings and un- their spirit. In the smaller gymnasium Jordan's
The dancing, too, is unique. Roy mittee- looked for diiiculties made it imps- I MARION L. BURTON, colored orchestra or Louisville begins
Hoyer, juvenile lead of "Tip Top" and sible to assemble the entire committee President. to play. Wild strains of wild jazz,
other Fred Stone productions, origi- muntil several weeks before the Christ- played by wild musicians in a wild
nated the dances of the opera, some rgir' tnnIS nU-n!mas holidays. Five juniors were elect- way, help set the revellers that sway-
of the best of which accompany the t THLfU V i el l ',1 from the literary college, three ed before them into the spirit of the
following numbers: "My Model Girls," U LI!from the engineering school, and one Chim es To Issue dance.
"Lady on My Tapestry," "The Par- nch from the remaining five schools 1 It is a transformed gymnasium that
rot Walk," "Spanish Dance," "Rus- At the conclusion of the Hop, guests First in the matter of importance Special N umber meets the eyes of the hundreds at the
sap Dancers," "Masks," "Stone Dance," are requested to exit via the stairway 'me the distribution of tickets. Due -- Hop. An Eskimo village spreads be-
"Sleigh Bells," and "Dans Fantas- near the passageway between Wator- the late election of the committee A special J-Hop number of Chimes, fore them. About the sides of the ball-
tique," in which George Hoffman '24, 't was impossible to have the appli- campus opinion monthly, has been rooms are igloos, rising white against
and Howard Welch, '24, do exception- man and Barbour gymnasiums. After' tions for tickets answered before d
shy clover sork. obtaining their wraps, they are asked ri. mas a system that proved sat bished and will be distributed tolue painted sc os y and sea
The opera orchestra consists of 18 to go up the main stairway of Barbour isfactory last year. The applications iho guests at tie house parties Sat- A diffused light haunts the raom.
of the University's best musicians who gymnasium to the corridor on North se egiven out, however, and were urday. The number, dedicated ho the Stars, glittering and mellos, cast cold
drew high commendation on their play- University avenue where they will returned to William Kerr, '2E, uHop and contaimming articles and il- -
ing durin their trip with "Cotton join their escorts. "iairman of the ticket committee, by lustrations upon it, is an annual fe- Borealis, thousand-calored and glitter-
StoImi o" Slre than 30 men help in lime lime school oponed after the hoh ture of Chimes policy, ing, flames through the northern
Ike umI. roduction, some of whom MORNING EDITION ays. More than 1,100 applications Chief among the features of the darkess. At the other a picture
are esem'd in helping produce the--ere received although it was pos-
isible to give out only 700 tickets issue pertaining to the Mop will be spreads before the dancers--a ship
bri" it ad striking lighting effects The Daily will publish a second edi-i Iloce nams o c-ta a om e
Fifty-one booths were distributed to an article upon the decorations. ced in a mass ol ice, that loans be-
of time show. ion of its 1925 J.Hop Extra I (hind a realistic Eskimuo village.
Th author of "Cotton Stockings" is tomorrow morning. This edi- ihe fraternities and 'independenl Other articles on the Hops of past hdaratin e mosphe.
ou J Collison, '25, was The decorations, the atmosphere, the
Charles H. Sword, '24, of Mansfield, 0. tion will contain a picture of the granm 'airian of the booth committe s and present, and pictures of the dance musip I the joyful care free crowd-all
Its general student chairman in charge march, a review of the ball, an account as resonibe fr iing o h nd of those connected with the man- are perfect. It is the J-Hop, the J-Hop
of production is William Kratz, '24E, of the gowns worn at the Hop and booths agement of it will be included in the of 1925. Hundreds join in the joy of
of Buffalo, N. Y., who, with Sword some general remarks from the pen Three orchestras were selected. number. They will be sold on the celebration. Who cares for worry?
composed time lyrics for Ie production, of Hr. Jason Cowles. ' (Continued on Page Eight) campus Monday and Tuesday. The Hop is on!

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