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January 24, 1939 - Image 5

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List Of Patrons And Patronesses For J-Hop re Anno


M 1 W Ylll lllpll A"I i 1 1 Y 1 M /YMYM 1 YI

For Versatile Chic

Gov. Fitz gerald, Joe Rehearses
i .-..Tr A.. .. d N l '

YYIU .e o11 n.Jl j
J-Hop, Feb. 101

Ine i oSinare Thirty-three fraternities will have pa Psi. Theta Delta Chi, Theta Chi,
booths at the J-Hop. it was an- Alpha Kappa Lambda. Theta Xi,
H is J-H opD ate nounced yesterday by Larry Rinek, 'Delta Upsilon, Triangle, Sigma u,
40, booth chairman for the Hop. Phi Beta Delta, Phi Kapp,- Psi. i. a-

"I hope you get splinters in your feet." And with that did one of the
local lads express his sentiments concerning the most recent thing to hit
Ann Arbor this week end . . . another shipment of wooden shoes! But the
arrival of those sabots was not the only interest-
ing event this week end.
The fun started Friday afternoon with
everybody who could ski and more often thoseI
who couldn't, doing their best to go down theI
hills in the Arboretum standing up. Marg Dodge,
Ruth Mary Smith, alias, "Susie," and Vicky Gel-
latly and Helene Deutsch were just a few whom
-we saw getting tangled up in the snow.
That night the Sigma Nu's had a sleigh
ride the real thing this time . . . But not
everything is perfect. Helen McRae and Sorky
Adams and Marian Young and Ed Adams were two couples wlhp were trying'
to keep warm when the sleigh broke down unexpectedly.
League And Union Ppular
However other people had other ideas. B. J. Crawford and Fred Guert-
ler preferred the League. They and Betty Pusch and Ed Purman were heard
requesting some of the latest from Charlie. Out in the concourse we ran
into Jean Belle King and Elmer Steven Holman, Jr. (merely called Holman)
and farther on into Barb Benedictine with a goodlooking-tall-blond-blue-
eyed fellow . . . sorry we're not printing his telephone number.
Over at the Union, we saw just loads of people we knew. Barb Dittman
and Johnny Munson were seen waving to Nancy Gould and Bob Burkhalter.
On the other side of the ballroom Nancy Chapman and Ted Kennedy seemed,
to be enjoying themselves at the expense of Bob Steinle (Bob was feeling
very good Friday) and Jack Detwiler and Marg Braden shagged by feeling
very peppy. During intermission Dolly Haas, Dick Livingstone, Betty- Fariss
and Mark Cheever were seen in the tap room enjoying a large coke apiece.
Woolley nd Owens Study ..
Saturday night was no quieter than Friday, but we know of at least two
people who were celebrating in a way in which lots of others were. B. Woolly
and "Sailor" Jack Owens spent that night doing a stretch, in the "legal re-
search building" . . . Law library to the lit stu-
dent. It seems they're doing it to show up the
rest of the junior class. Now that's ambition ...
But thank goodness for people like the
* Kappa Sigma's and the Theta Chi's. Both held
an exchange dance with people goig from one
house to the other. Suzy Bentley and Rod Alex-
ander were having such a good time at the
Kappa Sig house and they didn't get to Theta
Chi. Betty Whitely and Port Brown danced by
Shirly Foberts and date as they were leaving. Over at Theta Chi, Chloe Ann
Van Schoick was in heated discussion with Gordon Hardy, but Marjorie
"Keppy" Kephart and Bob McKenzie came over and all sane conversa-
tion stopped for a while.
Whitten, Iowa's gift to the freshman Law class, Gene Hopkins,. sat up
ij his room Saturday night penning his idea of a good pleading and allega-
tion why Marcia Connell ought to attend the Crease Ball with him in
May. Gene danced with Marcia once at a Law Club tea dance and thinks
she is all right.
As usual the Union did not lack for dancers. Marg Whittemore and
Bill Lyeman were having a hilarious time trying to make themselves heard
over Steinle's Sugarfoot Stomp. Last we heard they were still shouting.
Over at one table Jack Probst and Evelyn Brown were trying to order a tin
toof sundae without the nuts, while Jan Clark and Ros Campbell were
satisfied with a coke . . . with that Party Line hangs up until next semes-
Iter . . . good luck on the exams. .

r Cjj Wll ,a J RAei.W i RV .LINOR EVISO

!There. There CH also' be foux in-

Jacket &resses, always the most
serviceable whether in winter or
s ummer versions, are shown at their
best in this trim model in blue faille
blue, sr, fr sprng, in colors match-
lng the blouse.

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-~~ ,.. a , so - ----- dependent booths, Rinek stated.
Regents And Members With J-Hop just around the cor- Bpdt b Rined te.
nege sa'thl odeigjs Booths W111 be opened for the fol-
Of University Facultynee, we cant help wondering just
which of th'se old familiar Michigan lep
lines came out in the open to induce ga, $igma Chi, Psi Upsilon, Kappa
The list of patrons and patronesses ? Sigma; Alpha Sigma Phi, Alph1a Kap- I
invited to the 1939 J-Hop, to be held Susie Q and perhaps her sister, Curly,
Friday, Feb. 10 in the Intramural to trip the light fantastic at that
Building, has been announced by most famous of Michigan institutions. 1
Don Treadwell, '40, general chairman. Every Torn, Dick and Harry will
Headed by Governor and Mrs. Fitz- deny he has a line, but-what member ew A
gerald, the list includes Regent and I of the great order of students, schol-
Mrs. J. E. Beal of Ann Arbor, Re- ars, and book crackers can truthfully
gent and Mrs. F. M. Cook of Hills- say he has not at sometime or other
dale, Regent Esther Cram and Mr. resorted to the "out"-line or at the
L. V. Cram of Flint, Regent and Mrs. very least the "under"-line.
D. H. Crowley of Detroit, Regent and:- ed
Mrs. C. F. Hemans of Lansing, Re- M ost vehement is the news hound
gent and Mrs. J. D. Lynch of Detroit gag, but we still contend he'd give
Regent and Mrs. E. C. Shields of De- his eye-tooth for a "by"-line any day.'d
Stone of Detroit. Then there are our football heroes.
President and Mrs. Ruthven. Vice First team honors go to the fellows
President and Mrs. S. W. Smith, Vice- with the best "forward line, while Fuchia- Blue
President and Mrs. C. S. Yoakum the poor scrubs must content them-
Vice-President and Mrs. J. D. Burkee sehos with a side lnea
the Hon. E. B. Elliott and Mrs. El- Michigan women have their lines,
liott of Lansing, Dean H. C. Ander- too. Perhaps the most familiar and
son, Dean and Mrs. H. M. Bates, Dean at the same time the most unwelcome There's a hint of sprig
and Mrs. W. D. Bennett, Dean and from that quarter is the "dec"-line,
Mrs. R. W. Bunting and Dean and "Sorry. but I've been gping steady for in their gay new colors-
Mrs. J. A. Bursley will also be present. three weeks."
Guest List Continued Then there's the "trolley" line yet all the cozy warmth
Dean M. E. Cooley, Dean and Mrs. which every woman knows and falls that you need these cold
S. T. Dana, Dean and Mrs. J. B. back on in a pinch-"Men are like
Edmonson, Dean and Mrs. A. C. Furs- street cars, if you miss one another' January days in then'
tenberg, Dean and Mrs. C. E. Griffin, will be sure to come along."Js
Dean and Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Dean Hence, the conclusion: the only luscious woolen weaves.
Alice C. Lloyd, and Dean and Mrs. one we'll believe when he says he Youtiful frdocks for
H. C. Sadler are invited. hasn't a line is the wireless operator.
Dean Byrl F. Bacher, Dean and °- classes; for the housepar-
Mrs. A. H. Lovell, Dean and Mrs. C. T.I
Olmsted. Dean Jeannette Perry, Dean Comiitteemien For Ball ties. Some dressy erough
and Mrs. W. B. Rea. Dean and Mrs. To Be Announced Son to dance in.
E. A. Walter. Registrar and Mrs. I.
M. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Bish- Committee members for Assembly
op, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Lewis, Dr. and Ball to be held Friday, March 3, at the
Mrs. E. V. Moore, Dr. F. E. Robbins, League will be announced at the be-
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Sink and Mr. and ginning of the second spmester, Char-
Mrs. H. G. Watkins are to attend. lotte Houk, '39, general chairman, c'he
Also Prof. and Mrs. Roger Bailey, announced.

cia;, Lambda Chi Alpha.,:'eta Theta
Pi; Chi Phi, Phi Delta Theta and
Phi Gamma Delta.
Others having booths v 11 be: Al-
pha Rho Chi, Sigma Phi E' ilon, ,el-
ta Tau Delta, Phi Sigma k1appa, ig-
i ma Alpha Epsilon and Her iitage

Dr. MargaretBell
To Attend Meeting
Dr. Margaret Bell will attend a con-
ference of the American AssociationI
fn T a lt h via ''intn o r

iIo t~inn, rnysica uucatin ana Prof. and Mrs. L. M. Cram, Prof.
Recreation this week-end in Wash- and Mrs. C. O. Davis, Prof. and Mrs.
ington, D.C. The Association iu a !J. P. Dawson, Prof. and Mrs. Jean
department of the National Education Hebrard, Prof. and Mrs. W. R. Hum-
Association and has aphroximately rhreys, Prof. and Mrs. E. D. Mitchell.




12,000 memoer ,. Dr. Bell is presi-
Dr. Elmer D. Mitchell, Dr. Mabel
E. Rugen and Dr. Bell were called to
Lansing last week by Eugene B. El-
liott, Superintendent of Public In-
struction in Michigan, to confer with
the curriculum steering committee of
the Department of Education.
Alpha Delta Phi, Sigma Phi, Phi{
Sigma Delta and Zeta Beta Tau, and
Phi Kappa Sigma and Delta Sigma
Delta will combine in one booth.

Prof.. and Mrs. J. K. Pollock, Prof.
and Mrs. B. E. Stason, Prof. and Mrs.
A. H. White, Prof. and Mrs. M. L.
Williams, Prof. and Mrs. A. E. Wood
and Prof. and Mrs. F. H. Yost will be
Professors To Be Present
Prof. D. V. Baxter, Prof. and Mrs.
Harry Bouchard, Prof. and Mrs. E. L.
Griggs, Prof. and Mrs. R. W. Ham-
mett, Prof. and Mrs. Bennett Weaver,
Prof. and Mrs. Philip Bursley, Prof.
and Mrs. L. O. Case, Prof. and Mrs.
H. O. Crisler, Prof. and Mrs. R. C.
Fuller, Prof. and Mrs. J. S. Gault,
Prof. W. P. Halstead, Prof. and Mrs.
Karl Litzenberg, Prof. and Mrs. Nor-
man R. F. Maier and Prof. and Mrs.
W. D. Revelli are invited to attend.
Others are Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr.
and Mrs. W. G. Maddock. Dr. and
Mrs. George Hammond, Dr. William
M. Brace, Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Lam-
berson, Miss Ethel McCormick.
- Also invited are Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Pardon, Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Al-
len. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Van Deur-
sen, Mr. M. A. Gorman, Mr. and Mrs.
j S. G. Waltz, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. James and
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnstone, all of
Ann Arbor.
Parents Of Committee Invited
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Treadwell, of
Grosse Pointe; Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Conrath, of Hamilton, Ont.; Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Dailey, of Saginaw; Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Halligan, of East Ta-
was; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hoel-
scher, of Evansville, Ind.; Mr. and
Mrs. F. Holshuh, of Sturgis; Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Lane, of Almont; Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Leete, of Detroit; Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Nixon, of Ann Arbor;
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rinek, of Wash-
ington, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. 4ob-
inson, of Milan; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Spurgeon, of Detroit, and Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Zittel, of Eden, N.Y. con-
clude the list of guests.
I 1GP Finance Committee
Will Hold Meeting Today
A meeting of the JGP finance com-
mittee will be held at 4 p.m. today in
the League, Jean Tibbits, '40, an-
Junior women must present re-
ceipts for the one dollar fee in order
to participate in the play.
Public Address
Systems Furnished
All Occasions.


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