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page four

the michigan daily

february 10, 1934

page fur th michgan dily fbrua , 1.93

the j-hop extra staff

the spotlight...
post-hop marriage ...
pins and pajamas .--
semester's worst grades .. .

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W.A.A. Presil/s
BERTA OCHSNER --- MARIAN VAN TUYL
in DANCE RECITAL
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February 13th at 8:30 P.M. Tickets 50c - 75c

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I BEGINNING with a note of romance, Rupert Bradley
«' t i J j PI f and Marian Hogan who are attending the Hop to-
night (or last night, depending on when you read the
paper) are being married tomorrow afternoon (or this
afternoon) at the Bethlehem Evangelical Church.
Chuck Brownson, Sigma Nu and J-Hop secre-
Managing Editor THOMAS K. CONNELLAN tary, doesn't like Michigan co-eds, or vice versa.
City Editor ... BRACKLEY SHAW He made a special trip to East Lansing last
week-end to invite Miss Elizabeth Shigley, a
Kappa at M.S.C., who is very much tied up with
J-Hop Issue Editor GUY M. WHIPPLE, JR. a State Collegian.
ASSISTANTS: A. Ellis Ball, Eleanor Blum, Carol LOU CRANDALL, who writes a campus gossip column
Hanan, Florence Harper, Thomas H. Kleene, for the Detroit Times, was seen preening in the dorm
Marjorie Morrison, Marie Murphy, John W. not long ago with four fraternity pins on her pajamas.
She is going to the Hop with a member of a house not
Pritchard, William R. Reed, Robert S. Ruwitch. represented in the collection.

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Business Manager ..... .
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J-Hop Circulation Manager Jack Efroymson
J-Hop Publications Manager Russell Reada
J-Hop Advertising Managers .
Fred Hertrick, Robert Ward, Jack Bellamy
ASSISTANTS: George Atherton, Meigs Bartmess,
Van Dunakin, Carter Kirk, John Ogden, Bernard
Rosenthal, Joe Rothbard, David Winkworth.
tear down uhall
for a parking 1 ot! .. .

George Ranney, Alpha Delt Freshman engi-
neer, crashed through at the end of the semester
with five (5) E's. Sort of a case of "Hello Mother,
guess who just flunked out of school again."
OIS FOLEY of Trenton, Mich., is wearing a Michigan
Theta Delt's pin. When invited to the J-Hop by the
donor she said she had to be in a play this week-end. In
Wednesday's Free Press: "The lads of Notre Dame have
been showering out invitations, too . . Lois Foley is
foregoing the U. of M. party for the Indiana dance this
year. The girls are all excited, and no wonder."
Fluttering in the breeze from a Betsy Barbour
first floor window last week was this sign: "It
was nice of you, come peep again some time." It
was the third window from the back on the north
side, in case you care.
CARL FORSYTHE, God's gift to journalism, has been
running around for two weeks, we understand, trying

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T HE FOLLOWING editorials were contrib- to get a date for the J-Hop. When last heard from he
uted to The Daily by students of the 7-A was headed for North Main Street as a last resort.
grade of Tappan Junior High School of this city. They
are intended to constitute an argument for adequate And the usual crop of examination boners.
parking space in the downtown area. To us they are just Butch Hogg, Alpha Delta Phi, told to discuss the
another A-1 set of arguments for putting CWA men to elements of tragedy in "The Lower Depths" and
tearing down University Hall (North Wing and South given the other name of the play, "A Night's
Wing included) and setting up a swell parking space in Lodging," wrote at great length on both.
the campus area. Bicycles would be admitted, too.
U Hall is a fire trap, comrades! Let's provide work 0NE of the better built, albeit slim, campus beauties was
for the CWA! astounded recently when Lit School's Assistant Dean
rTheCAwkoo:T sHumphreys told her, at a faculty tea at her sorority, "Youj
The 7-A's work follows: (The spellings and punctua- ought to eat more so as to have a figure like Mae West."
tion, or lack thereof, are the 7-A's own).
"It is worth noticing that Ann Arbor needs more park- And Johnny Deo, senior lit class president,
ing lot down town. A person may drive and drive before failing to discover that "expressionism" in his
he finds a place to park, My parents for example drove Contemporary Drama final was a mistake and
around for about twenty minutes before they found a should have been "naturalism", said Ibsen's
place to park. Even then we were about two blocks away "Ghosts" was the father of expressionism. He got
from where we wanted to go. It happened that we didn't a C in the course.
get angry but somebody else might.
(The editors of The Daily, for instance). JULIA KANE, Sorosis B.W.O.C., recently made news
"Now, if all the old building down town such as the by walking out of the Sorosis House one night last
one at 308 fourth ave were torn down it wouldn't only week with Big Shot Bursley and reappearing one hour
make a parking lot but would make Ann Arbor look later with his Sigma Phi badge and without Peko. Julie,
nicer." we had understood, was going to the Beta house-party.
That last paragraph we resent just a little bit, because She keeps the pin on her dresser so that there will be no
one of the former night editors of The Daily lives in a possibility of returning it in a weak moment.
building at 322 Fourth Ave., and that's getting pretty
close to home. In the same vein, Peko was seen to slip a ring
That editorial was written by William Lindenschmidt. on THE finger of Kay Leopold the other day in
Good work, William. But have you ever seen that old the Parrot.
building you enter from the East End of Angell Hall?
AND another examination story - Don Bird had a
Here is another editorial, this one becoming statistical Shakespeare examination last week that had him
toward the end: pretty scared. After having studied all the night before
"Two members of our 7A class counted cars on Friday he slept through the exam.
December 22 from twenty five minuted to eleven until -
twenty five minuted to twelve at the corner of Packard In Dr. Cuncannon's "Cream of the Campus"
and Main. The figures are as follows: course Marian Giddings, junior Phi Bete and
"Packard to Main 106 cars. pulchritudinous author of last year's J.G.P., re-
"Main to Packard 88 cars. marked naively recently, "John Marshall was a
very simple man about women; he had high
(The editors can't see the difference between the ter- ideals,"
ritory covered in item 1 and that covered in item 2, but, h
then.) F RANK M. BRENNAN. better known as "Mike," took
"Main through 225 cars." Barbara Morgan, transfer from Vassar, to the Sigma
These excerpts plainly show the need for a planning Phi fall house-party. He is taking Elizabeth Blood, an-
commission. other Vassar transfer, to the Sig J-Hop house-party.
The 7-A planners get blood-thirsty in the second sen- Judging from the samples he has seen he must like the
tence of the next recommendation. To sit: girls from the Daisy Chain College, for he is planning to
x spend the spring vacation in Poughkeepsie.
"weTare repreiiiuvesfseam :apaiion. eveXi-ac

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"We are representatives fr om tappan school. we have
been looking for old buildings to tear down and use for
parking lots. By tearing down old buildings it would putI
more people to work and make the city look better ... "
In addition to University Hall, which though bad
enough is still not the only offender, we should like to
have torn down Newberry Aud., the Zete house, the gas
station opposite Angell Hall, the Laboratory Theatre,
Morris Hall, the Romance Languages Building, the
Washtenaw County Jail, the Court House, and the Auto-
motive Engineering Adjunct, or whatever building it is
that houses the eery campus clock.
What a chance for beautification! And what a chance
for parking space!

And as a final note, the Parrot's best customer,
Peg Cowie, has just joined the St. Andrews Epis-
copal Church Altar Guild.
WE nominate for the Vicious Circle: the situationsin the
administration which permits this situation for a
friend of ours. Transferring here from another school, he
didn't do so well and consequently was put on probation.
He is majoring in Play Production, in which you must act
in the plays to get a good grade. Because he is on proba-
tion the administration won't let him act in the plays,
and so he gets a low grade in Play Production, which
keeps him on probation, preventing . . . we give it up.

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