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January 28, 1934 - Image 7

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"1ICJ 4 M D ILY inY

Modern J-Hop Has Had Past
Full Of Trials And Tribulationsj

smart, young things to try to put a
"punch" in the affair. "Michigan's
hoodlums (would you have thought
it?) had innings for a short space
last night" according to the "Daily",
"when about fifty toqued (better
known as "tight") gentlemen at-
tempted to force an entrance to
Waterman gymnasium."
Storm Ball
"The trouble started when the Hop
authorities refused to throw open the
doors leading to the gallery to the
crowd without. More spirited leaders
of the mob began an insistent attack
upon the south door. The window
panes were the first to go, then the
locks and hinges were forced by a
ram.
"Further entrance was blocked by
a janitor who threateningly wielded
a pair of Indian clubs. Cowards were
plentiful (is that fair?) No one dared'
advance. Fire extinguishers and a
few improvised billies were more than
a match for the bravery of the storm-
ing party."
And to think that with all our
technological improvements, our sky-
scrapers, and our Twentieth Cen-
turies, we have to hold our J-Hops
in a calm, dignified manner . . . no
brawls, no dance in Toledo or any-
thing.

Dance Recital
To Emphasize
Modern Theme
Modern compositions of an unusual,
type will form the background for the
dances to be given by Miss Berta
Ochsner and Miss Marion Van Tuyl,
in their dance recital here February
13.
One of the selections, the "Aubade"
by Francis Poulenc, is still interesting
because of the light but by no means
trivial score. It will be 'of particularR
interest to students of the School'
of Music for the composer's facile
style and his delicate technique.
Poulenc is one of the distinguished,
contemporary composers of modern
classic art; some would call it mocks-
classic for its prevailing spirit of hu -
moll and satire. His "Aubade" is an
excellent illustration of his simplicity
and clarity of style, and, in the words
of Irwin Fischer, "bears the stamp
of his individuality, his playful yet
sensitive spirit."
Miss pchsner and Miss Van Tuyl
first presented this number with the
Woman's Symphony Orchestra in
Chicago, using the arrangement for
the piano and 18 wind instruments.
This performance was described by
Eugene Stinson, music critic, "as a
perfect work of art, pungent and in-
exhaustible in all its minute detail,
rounded and yet ethereal in its bal-
ance, and executed with utmost grace
and charm."
The musical accompaniment for
RUDOLPH'S
Special This Week:
Haircuts, Ladies and Children
35c
Phone 2-2757l

Graduate Outing Group
Plans Hike For Tuesday
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet at 3 p. m. Tuesday, Angell Hall,
for a short hike, according to Celia
Knight, secretary of the club. Further
information about the activities of
the club during examination period
will be found on the bulletin boards
of the Union, the League, the library,
and Angell Hall on the first floor,
Miss Kn:ht said.
the program here will be the piano
alone with Miss Jean Williams play-
ing. Miss Williams has been associat-
ed with Miss Van Tuyl in her group
work in Chicago.
The combination of the dance,
music, and the spoken word, which
will be featured in part of the pro-
gram, is an innovation that is rapidly
becoming popular. Miss Ochsner is
well-known for her witty and amus-
ingly satirical interpretations and
will dance to several selections from
Hiliare Belloc's delightful verses for
children.

Sport Outfits Anticipate
Early Ann Arbor Spring
Regardless of the cold and the hint
that some day soon there may even
be one of our good old Ann Arbor
blizzards, there is still the unshake-
able conviction that spring is just
around the corner.
One of the best signs of spring, we
have decided, is the sight of decid-
edly sport clothes, reminiscent of
long walks in the country, making
their appearance on campus. The
sweater and skirt outfit, topped by a
suede jacket and worn with very, very
low-heeled shoes is the most prom-
inent of these.
The ensembles of this type seen on
campus have for the most part been
of various shades of brown; dark
brown jackets and skirts being worn
with bright sweaters and soft brim-
med felt hats. One or two striking
costumes have combined the dark
skirt with the very light tan jacket,
but for the most part the practical
mind of the college girl favors the
dark shades.

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with three strops
of contrasting
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for your checks and woollens..
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THE MICHIGAN LEAGUE
BEAUTY SHOP
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smart woolens: street, after-
noon, dinner and evening
dresses, sizes 14 to 42 in
the group. Up to $19.50
were the regular prices.
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lection are sports, street and
afternoon dresses of the
better kinds - a wide selec-
tion of fashionable fabrics
and colors. Sizes 14 to 42.
Up to $29.50 were former
prices.
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AT $9 In this lot are 50
dresses-sizes 12 to 38-
sports, street and afternoon
styles of velvets, crepes,
wcolens, knitted fabrics and
corduroy. Formerly up to
$25.00 dresses, reduced.
French Room Frocks
Evening, dinner and after-
noon dresses: velvets, crepes,
lace and velvet combined-
satin and wool. Dresses for-
merly up to $49.50, now
reduced for clearance at
$19.98
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34 luxurious fur trimmed
coats in this lot-important
styles of this season beauti-
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Furs are fox, skunk, wolf
nnd arcul. tn to $65.00

20 Coats of the better kinds
-with lavish fur treatment,
caracul, wolf, kit fox, fitch,
beaver, skunk, squirrel and
racoon. Black, brown, taupe
and colors. Up to $79.50
coats priced at only $29.98.

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