Satu"rday, February 151 1936
THE MICHIGAN 'DAILY'
.g, .g, . . .4 .. . utilized as booths, and they were Add J-Hop Queens derici, '37; Jean McFarland, '37P;
PIg P --I--ggg. . done in a natural brown finish, with Bertha Kolb, '38A: Virginia Kenner,
t horseshoes nailed over the entrance (Continued from Page 7) '38: Sarah Paine, '38; Marian Smith,
Is O Ft I-lea rd Cry A td IV\. S. C. 1-100 adding a charming touch of beauty. Christensen, Grand Rapids: Dois '39 Jane Garriaon '39
- Refreshments were served behind the Crandall, Pigeon; Phyllis Grabiel,
barnandfromthepumpin he cn- ale
EAST LANSING -- (By Plow) -- gear, so that the coeds could have a barn and from the pump in the cen-
The ringing of cow-bells Friday night full evening before the affair was ter of the campus, a few rods north Zeta Beta Tau
announced the beginning of Michi- concluded at midnight. The boys were of the historical old silo, for many Harriet Steinberger. Memphis,
gan State College's annual J-Hop and at their jolly best, swinging from the years the center of campus activities. Tenn.; Lois Appleby and Constance
Hog-Calling Contest, held in con- decorations, breaking windows, fight- The campus presented a beautiful Robinson, Detroit; Harriet May, '38;
junction with Farmers' Week, which ing with the "townies," moving park- sight, with the fresh-fallen snow re- Bortense Milgrim, '38.
brought to the campus many of the ing signs, and just raising the very fleeting the lights -of the nearby glue
college's outstanding alumni. devil. The dance was held in the factory. A contrast to the sophis- Independents
Freddy Martin's band played at the loft of the college barn, and the sweet ticated merriment in the barn was Doris Baumgartner and Edna Mae
dance, which was featured by the scent of hay added a touch of homey added by the presence of Coach Gustine, Ann Arbor; Virginia Mel-
state-wide hog-calling contest. Rep- atmosphere. Stalls were cleverly Charlie Bachmann's two prize heif-
resented in the contest were mem- ers grazing in the large pasture be- hysh, Birmingham; Winifred Bell,
bers of the 4-H Club of Lansing and Distributes J-Hop Extras cntinued son Page 12 36; Marsinah Pierce, '36; Jean Frie-
the varsity squad of the Michigan
State football team. The football
players were forced to drop out early
in the contest, however, claiming that UN IVERS ITY GRI LL
winning a weight-pulling contest and Tea 'lOOm
with a pair of draft horses the pre- HOPE YOU ENJC
vious evening had cut down their
championship squad. President Rob- AS MUCH AS W
ert H. Shaw officiated at the contest, Special
which was held directly following the NOON LUNCHEON WORKING ON 17
Grand March, at 9:30 p.m.
The Grand March was led by Jack
Garlock, '37, and his guest of the EVENING SPECIAL
evening, Miss Minnie Murch, of Bad CHICKEN AND STEAK
Axe, which is believed to be located
in Northern Michigan-or was last DINNERS 45c and 55c R o b ert 1.
seen there before the winter season Soups Pies Sandwiches
set in. At the conclusion of the
March, the traditional block cipher A la Carte Service. The Camera Sho
was formed, to the accompaniment 4 to 9
of popping corks.
Following the March the dance 615 East William Street
really swung into action, at high
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