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page two the michigan daily february 10, 1934
hey girls! see your names inprint.

rare names and rare home
towns here in mile-long list

The music of Hal Kemp's and
Henry Busse's orchestras set the
tempo last night for a week-end of
festivities which includes house
dances, breakfasts, and a Union tea
dance. The J-Hop, recognized as
one of the most brilliant college func-
tions in the Mid-West, drew guests
from states as distant as California,
Florida, and Vermont.
Several of the 14 fraternities hold-
ing house parties entertained with
formal dinners before the J-Hop, and
a number of the houses also had
formal dances. The Union, Chubb's,
the Parrot, and several fraternities
served breakfasts after the dances.
Plans for dinner dances on Saturday
night have been arranged by the
various fraternities holding house
parties, as well as the usual tea
dances and theatre parties.
Alpha Chi Sigma
Members of Alpha Chi Sigma and
their guests were entertained at
breakfast after the J-Hop at the
Delta Chi house. Among the guests
were Agnes Robinson and Marian Ho-
gan, Ann Arbor; Elizabeth Greve,
'36; Peggy Cady, '36; Helen Stetson,
'35; Kathryn McNaughton, '35; Eliz-
abeth Allen, Stockbridge, Ill.; and
Elizabeth Lyday, Detroit.

Alpha Sigma Phi
Women who are attending the J-
Hop as guests of members of Alpha
Sigma Phi are Thelma Wilson, '35;
Helen Wilson, '35; Margaret Sweet-
man, Prescott, Ariz.; and Jean Dur-
ham, Corunna, Mich.
Alpha Tau Omega
The house party arrangements for
Alpha Tau Omega include an infor-
mal dinner before the Hop and a
formal dinner dance Saturday night.
James Eberle, '35, is social chair-
man.
The J-Hop guests are Helen Snow,
Lansing; Florence Visnaw, '37; Isa-
belle Barrus, '35; Madelyn Coe, '35;
Mary Jameison, Canton, O.; Lillian
Becker, Monroe; Jane Brucker, '35;
Eleanor Heckathorn, Detroit; Wil-
helmina Brettenwischer, Toledo;
Louise T. Paine, Houston; Myrtle H.
Mansfield and Margaret P. Ralph,
both of Buffalo; Bettina Rightmire,
'35; Mary Bushore, and Jane Thal-
man, both of Chicago; Laura Miller,
Indianapolis; Jane Davis, Los An-
geles; Mary Rohn, Canton, O.; and
Mary Boucherle, '37.
Beta Theta Phi
Activities for the Betas this week-

and Don Charlesworth, '35, is in Delta Chi
charge,
Chaperons are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J-Hop guests of members of Delta
C. Gorenflo, Royal Oak. Guests: Chi are Elizabeth Stringer and Lu-
Jeanne Joy, Jean Shaw, Margee cille Peterson, both of Battle Creek;
Tolle, Dorothy Warner, Maxine Jean Bentley, Detroit; Verna Mettler,
Smith, Josephine Wilcox, Mary Mar- Toledo; Yvonne Kimbell, Western
garet Miller, Bernice Wetherald, Springs, Ill.; and Janet Griffiths,
Jean Robertson, Dorothy Seens, Ann Arbor.
Betty Price, Dorothy Kunze and D.E
Mary Lou Miller, all of Detroit; Delta Kappa Epsilon
Mary Paul, Marriet Heath, Joan Among the week-end festivities at
Camp and Charlotte Rueger, all of the DKE house were a formal dance
Ann Arbor; Doris Clarke, Chicago; Friday night and a formal dinner
Rosanna Manchester, Youngstown, dance Saturday night for which Al
O.; Elizabeth Seymour, Sault Ste. Cowan's orchestra played. Raymond
Marie; Mary Mackay, Newton High- S. Grigsby, '34, was in charge of the
lands, Mass.; Myra Nelson, Saginaw; house party. Among the guests were
and Josephine Taplin and Mary Alice Winifred Pike, '35; Betty Fetters, '35;
Caldwell, Milwaukee. Janice Rice, '35; Marie Abbot, '35;
Elizabeth Allen, '36; Peggy Grigsbie,
Chi Phi Betty Lapp, and Jane Thalman, '33,
The members of Chi Phi are hav- Chicago; Bethine Standart and
ing breakfast at the Parrot after Thayer Hutchinson, both of Detroit;
the Hop, and Saturday night will Genevieve Davison, Flint; Marion
hold an informal dance for which Delcher, Toledo; Elizabeth Stirling,
O'Neill Dillon, '34, has made the ar- Monroe; Sarah Everette, Grand Rap-
rangements. ids; Marion Bates, Lansing; Molly
Chaperons are Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Temple, Cleveland; Mary Walsh and
Stewart, Detroit. Guests: Jane Alex- Marybell Dayton, both of Kalama-
ander, Bloomfield Hills; Marjorie zoo; and Jeannette Crow, Elkhart,
Jackson, Ann Arbor; Valeria Renaud, Ind.
Jane Elwood, Betty McCormick and Delta Phi
Jane Arberay, all of Detroit; Mar-
jorie Johnston, Jackson; Jane Rowe, Guests of the house were Doris
Paris, Ill.; Mary Katherine Snyder, Gimmy, '35; Virginia Allmendinger,
Lakewood, O.; Grace Esther Schroe- '37; Phyllis Brumm, Ann Arbor; and
der, Julia Ann Folger and Helen Gertrude Schulz, Detroit.
Frick, all of Toledo; Rosemary Wes-
ley, Pleasant Ridge; Barbara Croul ignia Pi
and Ruth Dorsey, Highland Park; Guests of the house were Mary
Mary Kathryn Harryman, Lansing; Gaylord, '35; Katherine Jackson, '34;
Eunice Parker, Birmingham, Ala.; Ruth Rich, '36; Helen Fiedler,
Harriet Tyson, Maplewood, N. J.; Pinckney, Mich.; Annette Fanfler
Betty Woolman, Rio de Janeiro; and Jean Botsford, both of Detroit,
Emma Jane Welch, Ionis; Martha and Lois White, '37.
Lancashire of Oberlin college; Mar-
garet Allen, Battle Creek; Florence Delta Tau Delta
Brigham, Saginaw; and Lenore Wer- House party activities at Delta
muth, Birmingham. Tau Delta fraternity started last
Chi Psi night with a dinner preceding the
Hop. After the dance the guests re-
Guests at the Chi Psi house in- turned to the house for breakfast.
clude Winifred Hughes and Winifred Tonight the entertainment will con-
Reed, Grosse Pointe; Eleanor Krull, sist of a formal dinner dance, and
Virginia Rabaut, and Sylvia Callen- the week-end will end tomorrow with
der, all of Detroit; Betty Neal, Lu- Sunday dinner.
cille Owen, Becky Tomlinson, Sally Guests for the house party are
Baker, Evelyn Paton, all of Birming- Mary Ferris. '36; Nancy Stackhouse,
ham and Eleanor Wasey, Bloomfield Erie Pa.; Betty Bowman, Superior,
Hills; Betty Haken, Pontiac; Mari- Wis.ea orB oy m, '3 peIrn
ann Deamote Vigina Silman Wi.,Eleanor Noygs, '36; Irene
anne DeLamonte. Virginia Shillman, Markle, Mt. Pleasant, Mich.; Eleanor
and Peg Thomas, all of Grand Rap- Ashley, Detroit; Virginia Ulrich, '36;
ids; and Genevieve Mpoinnity, Gary, Virginia Spray, '37; Georgina Karl-
nd. Among the campus women at- son '35; Velma Proper, Flint; Elea-
tending are Helen Woodward, '35; nor Blum, '35; and Bernice Crosby,
Marjory Warren, '35; Josephine Fort Wayne, Ind. Chaperons for the
Woodhams, '34; Jane Servis, '36; party are Mrs. Harold Ebbers, De-
Barbara Smith, '36; Janet Jackson, troit, and Mrs. Leigh Young, Ann
'36; Louise French, '36; and Betty Arbor.
Ann Barthel, '37. Other J-Hop guests are Betty
Activities at the house include Streuber, Erie, Pa.; Alta Place, In-
two formal dinner dances and the dianapolis, EId.; Ruth Judson, Royal
chaperons will be Capt. and Mrs. Oak; Betty Morgan, '36, and Pauline
Howell Harrell, Grand Rapids, Scheidt, Dayton, O.
Delta Alpha Epsilon Delta Theta Phi

end started with a formal dinner
Alpha Lambda dance Friday night, for which Druck-
Guests attending the J-Hop are enbrod's orchestra furnished the
Frances Wang and Juan Tian, New music. Brooks Atkinson's band will
York. play for the formal dance Saturday
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and Bernice Morris, both of Manis-
tee, Mich.; Rosalie iing, Milwau-
kee; Camilla Shields, Durand, Mich.;
and Ruth Merz, Pontiac.
Chaperons for the party are Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. T. Gabler, Ann Arbor.
Hermitage
Guests of the fraternity are Ma-
rian Dondero, Pontiac; Jesse Stalker,
'35Ed; and Lois Heffron, '35.
Kappa Delta Rho
Guests of the house are Enid Hol-
ben, Ypsilanti; Helen Probeck, '34;
Ardele Switzer, '34; Vivian McCarthy,
'33; Annabel Spitler, Findlay, Mich.;
Betty Snyder, '33; Aileen Clark, '33;
Helen Power, Ann Arbor, Helen Has-
tings, Detroit; Betty Brown, '34; and
Nancy Reemsen, Spec.
Kappa Nu
Guests of the week-end party at
the Kappa Nu fraternity will be en-
tertained at a breakfast after the
Hop, and the informal dance Sat-
urday night. Chaperons for the party
are Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Michaels, De-
troit.
Guests for the week-end are Na-
talie Grossman, Ruth Becker, and
Eve Liebrman, all of Cleveland; Su-
zanne Zeitlin and Peggy Fink, both
of Detroit; and Jacqueline Navran,
'35.
Kappa Sigma
Guests of the house are Billie Grif-
fiths, '35; Estelle Standish, '35;
Gladys Margraff, '37, and Clare
Cousins, Detroit.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity will
entertain J-Hop guests with a week-
end party. The program includes a
formal dinner dance Saturday night
at which Al Cowan and his band
will play. Mrs. Ada Gustine will
chaperone the party,
Guests will include Martha Stuc-
key;, Springfield, O.; Helen Holden
and Margaret Campau, both of De-
troit; Beth Emery, East Lansing;
Jane Rundell, Grosse Pointe; Paula
Moyers, St. Clare Shores; Helen
Heiner, Toledo; Eleanor Welsh, Port
Huron; Ruth Kurtz, '34; Lillian
Weinman, '34; Ruth Latchaw, '34;
Mary Pray, '34; and Alma Harbican,
'36.
Nu Sigma Nu
Guests of the fraternity this week-
end are Parish Riker, Oak Park, Ill.;
Eleanor Noyes, '36; Mary Elizabeth
Hoult, Grand Rapids; Marietta Re-
cor, '34; Katherine Schmelzer, Sag-
inaw; Virginia Burt, '37; Lucia Helen
Muir, Detroit; Betty Ann Barthel,
'37; Pauline Mitchell, '37; Grace
Reeves, Ann Arbor; Barbara Hanna,
'375M; Elizabeth Ladd, Ann Arbor;
Jane Bassett, '35; Mary Louise
Pfenig, Columbus, O.; Madelinne An-
drus, Ann Arbor; Dr. and Mrs. John
Ottaway, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry L. Arbold, Ann Arbor. Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Freyburg are chap-
erons.
Phi Alpha Delta
Maxine Maynard, '35, is a guest of
the house.
Phi Beta Pi
Guests of the house are Marie
Heid, '35; Margaret Robb, '34; Fra
Loomis, Detroit; Mrs. Robert Jen-
nings, Toledo; and Mrs. Richard
Waggoner, Flint.
Phi Chi
Guests of the fraternity are Marie
Tuttle, Jackson; Mary Mathewson,
'34SM; Helen Fry, Smithport, Pa.;
Maurine LaLonde, Toledo, and Phyl-
lis Wheeler, Detroit.
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Sunday, February 11th
HENRY BUSSE
aid his orchestra
- featuring
THREE RHYTHM GIRLS
BUSTER DEES
"NUF SED"
(One Night Only)

Saturday, February 17
"THE
VIRGINIANS'
Entertainers
Supreme
2-WEEKS-2

DANCING NIGHTLY (Except Mon. and Tues.)
Sunday Dancing Continuously from 5:30 P.M.
NOW! "BLACK'S VICTORS"
DETROIT'S MOST POPULAR ORCHESTRA
Enjoy a Game of Bridge, Ping Pong and a Host of
Other Games Free of Charge

A formal dance will be held at
Delta Alpha Epsilon Saturday night.
Theodore Baker, '35, is dance chair-
man.
Guests of members who are at-
tending the J-Hop are Tontella Wea-
ver, Mr. Clemens; Irene Wager, Flat,
Rock; and Alice Manke, Port Huron.

I'm a Night Owl"
and
PLENTY WISE
Too.
Tomorrow the Clothes
I Wore Tonight
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Guests of the house are Betsy Tho-
man and Blanche Barnhart, both of
Michigan State College, and Betty
Rich, '36.
Delta Upsilon
A formal dinner preceded the
J-Hop for members of Delta Upsilon
fraternity. Guests of the week-end
were also entertained with breakfast
after the Hop, a tea dance at the
chapter house, and a formal dinner
dance at the Detroit Athletic Club
are scheduled for today. The house
party will terminate with dinner
Sunday.
Campus guests will include Grace
Mayer, '34; Eleanor Leddick, '37SM;
Margaret Austin, '35; Dorothy Utley,
'36; and Janet Woolley, '36. Those
from out-of-town are Lily Hindley,
Erie, Pa.; Helene Nicholas and Jane
Tobias, both of Detroit; Helen Shoop

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I-
eAFTER THE HoP-
It's
Valentine
Day
A large selection of Cards
.." - - and Novelties.
SLATER'S
TWO CAMPUS BOOKSTORES

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