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Page Twelve

SH E MIC H IGA N D A ILY

Saturday, February 15, 1936

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Hog-Calling Contest
Held In Conjunction
With M.S.C.'s J-Hop
(Continued from Page 11)
hind the combination administration
building and bowling alleys.
A survey of the guest list by the
college daily revealed that for the
first time in eight years, guests from
farms outside the county line were in
attendance at the dance. This un-
usual fact is attributed to the unsea-
sonably light snowfall, which failed
to block the two main ski trails lead-
ing to the town. It was also found
that the name most common among
guests at the dance was Mehitabel,
with Abigail running a close second.
A vicious rumour, believed complete-
ly unfounded, has been bruited about
the campus to the effect that the
names were chosen from the lists of
the stock show which was held in
conjunction with Farmers' Week.
A number of corn-shucking par-
ties were held at fraternity houses
following the dance. Breakfast of
flapjacks and raw milk was served at
two of the houses, while members of
the third house sleighed into Lansing
for the rest of their celebration. One
of the features of the evening was
a demonstration by the domestic
science class, which included a par-
ticularly interesting talk on home-
making.
The evening's festivities were con-
cluded by a surprise announcement
that a new course on the breeding of
prize sows would be offered during
the coming semester. This startling
announcement, and the singing of
"Good Bye, Old Paint," served to cap
off in royal style the most brilliant of
the social season's events.

A Glance
at the Dance
By
Walker R. A. Graham

IDOL OTF THE
AIR-L ANES
RUTH VEN cowEs
ON A CRUTCH

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PLOT OFC a HE GR nD
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Lu*ncefor{
THE NE W KIN&
OF RHYTHNM
SU D" REA HAS
NO MORE WORRIES.
(HE PREDICTED A SELLOUT)

It Takes More Than
A Little Snow To
Stop J-Hop Guests
Ciontinued from Page 2)
B.M.O.C. Adonises who have the
courage or the desire to place them-
selves on the firing line for reverse
English proposals from the fairer sex.
Betty, it seems, is, or was, depend-
ing on when you read this, the most
popular girl at toe 1936 J-Hop. So,
at least, claims the compiler of the
guest list, in which he found Eliza-
beth, Betty, Beth, or other allied
forms appearing more than 70 times.
So if you want results, just yell "Bet-
ty" at the top of your voice.
The Mary - Marie parlay follows
with more than 50 entries, while Bar-
bara, Virginia and Margaret follow in
the order named, with figures based
on a combination of what the Uni-
versity registration blank is wont to
term "nickname, pet name, or abbre-
viation, or any whimsical changes
therefrom." Thus Kathryn, who fol-
lows Margaret in the running, might
also have been Katherine, Catherine,
Kay, or Kate.
Valentine Decorations
Effective Background
For Colorful Gowns
(Continued from Page 2)
colm S. Sharp, '39M. Miss Potter se-
lected an unusual white accordian
pleated model which was accented
around the neck and arms by gold
hammered metal disks. Her gown
had a low v decolletage.
An opalescent taffeta formal made
in empress style was chosen by Bar-
bara Spencer, '37, guest of Bernard
L. Cary, '37, decorations committee.
Miss Spencer's gown was trimmed
with blue beaded straps, and she
wore matching drop-earrings.
Marion Holden, '37, in charge of
the programs and favors, attended
with William H. Mason, '37E. Miss
Holden's printed formal had a white
background with purple and red
flowers with green leaves serving as
the predominating colors. The halt-
er neck and arm-holes were purple.
The dress was saucily completed by
a wide purple belt tying in a large
bow in back. Miss Holden wore gold
accessories.
DON'T MISS
"The New Gulliver"
February 20 thru 22
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
Flowers of Quality
Arrangements
of Distinction

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Girls! This Is Worth $$$ccc
(EDITOR'S NOTE: For those beautiful debutantes and others who came
from afar for this gala occasion and who are anxious to express their gratitude
with the customary "bread-and-butter letters" but will be too busy to write next
week because they are making preparations for next week-end at some other
institution, the J-Hop Extra Staff of The Daily has gone to great pains to prepare
this little helper.)
(Check one or none in each group.)

Dear ( )
Dearer ( )
Dearest ( )
My Dear B.M.O.C. ( )
Dear (you beast) ( )
I had a wonderful:
hangover. ( )
cleaner's bill. ( )
time with:
your roommate. ( )
the chaperon. ( )
the house mother. ( )
I adored:
the brothers. ( )
the crap game. ( )
your ..........()
(house party,sdance,
brawl, cocktails.)
And now I feel like:
you looked. ( )
going up to Michigan
State. ( )
another Tom Collins. ( )

Tom ( )
Dick ( )
Harry ( )
Colonel ( )
It was nice to:
go to the horse show. ( )
see ......... again. ( )
drink in the fraternity
house. ( )
read the J-Hop extra. ( )
* Att:- Mr. Philips.
It was all so:
unsophisticated. ( )
cute. ( )
damned tiresome, speaking
frankly. ( )
Love and kisses, ( )
Raspberries, ( )
Yours very truly, ( )
Sincerely, ( )

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Honeysuckle Rose. ( )
Sugar Plum. ( )
Vinegar Puss. ( )

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