Feb. 9, Is Date Announced For Annual J-Hop By CoM
1 Theta Xi
To Raise Low,
Sophisticats Will Provide By CLARA LENFESTY
Music For Traditional Many student tutors eluipped with
B Evepoints on what to study and how to
Bg E study are now ready to offer their
Theta Xi fraternity will hold their services to any freshmen or upper-
annual pledge formal from 9 p.m. classmen who need assistance in ac-
to 1:30 a.m. Wednesday in the quiring an understanding as to how
League ballroom with the Sophists- they may raise their grades.
cats providing the music. However, women who desire tutor-
Patrons for the dance which is ing are hereby warned~ that only un-
held traditionally Thanksgiving Eve Itil Christmas vacation will such as-
d a A Dnen sistance be available, said Jane
will be..De nAlice C. Lloyd,ne Krause, '41, chairman of the League
and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Dean and ttra ytm
Mrs. Clare E. Griffing, Prof. and tutorial system.e
Mrs. . L. Jamison, Prof. and Mrsre Freshmen Interested?
Mr. A.Jason, Prof. and Mrs. ilSo far, the response to the League's;
P. Aood, PProf. and Mrs. Wtanlli tutorial system has been good-on the
PWodge, Prof. and Mrs. Dudley M. part of the tutors! But few fresh-
Phel, Pmen have as yet taken advantage of
The list continues with Prof. and the system that has been organized,
Mrs. William D. Revelli, Prof. and especially, to meet their needs.
Mrs. Charles H. Stocking, Prof. and "Perhaps the main difficulty," ac-
Mrs. Emerson W. Conlon, Prof. and cording to Miss Krause, "has been
Mrs. Henry M. Kendall, Prof. and the inability of the women to con-
Mrs. Clarence A. Siebert, Lt. Col. and tact me so as to arrande for the as-
Mrs. Peter K. Kelley, Major and Mrs. signment of a tutor."
Walter B. Fariss, Major and Mrs. The 'How' Is Told
Ira A. Crump, In order to simplify this situation,
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Beuhler, Dr she continued, a Tutorial Petitions
William M. Brace, Mr. and Mrs. J. box has been established in the Un-
Edgar Caswell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter dergraduate Ofice of the League in
R. Drury, Mr. and Mrs. James W, which the women desiring tutoring
Freeman, Mrs. Beatrice Jensen are asked to put a slip of paper con-
Miss Ethel A. McCormick, Mr. and taining their name, phone number,.
Mrs. Frank W. Oakes, and Mr. and address and name of the subject in
Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping will also which they desire tutoring... Within
be patrons. two days after their petitioning, these
women will be called by Miss Krause,
and assigned a tutor.
From then on the process is very
simple. Hours 'for the lessons are
arranged between the tutor and the
student and the women with low
grades will then be shown the major
points to study and difficult questions
answered by an able assistant.
Is Glenn Miller
Festivities Will Take Place
In Intra ural Building
As In Previous Years
Maintaining the tradition of form-
er years, the 1939-40 J-Hop will be
held . on the Friday between' semes-
ters, Feb. 9, in the Intramural Build-
ing, Don Wirtschafter, '41, publicity
chairman of the affair, announced
Wirtschafter revealed that the J-
Hop committee is negotiating at pres-
ent for Glenn Miller's orchestra as
one of the two bands, since they "are
sure that a majority of the student
body prefers his type of music."
Other Bands Being' Considered
Other bands being considered by
the committee, he said, are those of
Tommy Dorsey, Hal Kemp, Larry
Clinton,- Artie Saw and Benny Good-
John Harwood, '40E, general chair-
man of the J-Hop stated that the
orchestra decided upon will be an-
nounced earlier than in previous
years. Meanwhile, the programs and
decorations chairmen are receiving
all suggestions and completing plans
for a correlated color scheme.
Last Year's Hop Described
Last year Count Basie and Henry
Busse were the two orchestras which
played to a capacity attendance of
1,500 couples. For the occasion, the
ceiling of the Intramural Building
was draped with blue to simulate the
sky and large blue panels were hung
at both ends of the ballroom. Favors
were compacts carrying out the blue
and silver theme. Two years ago
Jimmy Dorsey and. Kay Kyser ap-
peared, accompanied by a dispute in
The Daily as to the merits of the
then-unknown Kyser's music.
Harwood declared that "this year
will bring an innovation in J-Hops,
and will be even better than lastl
year's." Tickets for the event will
Fur Hats Add Glamour I[W°1--ml 1] fl1 1 Ii FT...1 7I
Fur has reached a new high
this year in utility. There are now
fur gloves, furry shoes, and fur
hats. Fur bonnets are in keeping
with the coming winter season, and
may be worn with a matching fur
coat or may add zestto a cloth
one. These hats are appropriate
for every occasion.
Slated By ASU
Novelty Floor Show Will
Feature Local Talents
An Africongo Ball will be given from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday at the
Michigan Wolverine, 209 S. State St.,
by the American Student Union, an-
nounced Ed Burrows, Grad., chair-
Impress the stag line with
your hair styled at.. .
Over the Parrot * 338 So. State
Staebler Beauty Shops
320 East Liberty
1133 East Huron near Mosher-Jordan
Martha Cook Wins
Martha Cook was victorious over
:Mosher Rall last week in the final
game of the women's all-campus vol-
leyball tournament. With a score of
38 to Mosher's 36, Martha Cook
gained the title of all-campus volley-
Earlier in the week, Martha Cook
won over Pi Beta Phi to become win-
ner of the A Tournament. Mosher
Hall was victorious over Alpha Delta
Pi and thereby became winner of the
probably go on sale after the Christ- 1man of the social committee. Pro-
mas vacation. -ceeds will be donated to the ASU
The J-Hop committee includes Har- birthday fund.
wood, Wirtschafter, Peter Brown, Paul Henry Morton and his 10 men of
Johnson, Vincent Gottschalk, James swing will provide music for dancing.
Tobin, William Kramer, Janet Sib- Margaret Matthews, Negro vocalist,
ley, Peggy Cornelius, Russell Labelle, will sing and play at the piano. A
Gordon Hardy, George Ruehle and floor show consisting of African
William Harrison. jungle dancing, swinging, singing, jit-
terbugging, skits and travelogues will
be presented during intermission,
Four Con nimttees 1Burrows said.
C "Benchley's Africa," a monologue a
To Hold Meeting S la Benchley style, will be given by
Arthur Klein, Grad., of Play Pro-
Hard work begins this week for the diction. "Limitatoins on Life," a skit
various committees of Sophomore by Langston Hughes, will be enacted.
Cabaret, which will be held Dec. 9 Tickets are 50 cents each and may
and 10. be purchased at the desk in the lobby
Publicity committee is scheduled to of the Union, at the Book Room, S.
meet at 3:30 p.m. Monday at the State Street or from any ASU mem-
League. The tap group of the dance ber.
committee will meet at 4:30 p.m.
Monday, in the game room, while the
ballet group will meet at 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, also in the game room.
Both the decorations committee
and the booths and exhibition con-;
mittee will meet at 4 p.m. Monday
in the League. Specific rooms will be
posted on the bulletin board in the
Initiates To Be Honored
Initiates of Pi Larnda Theta, hon-
orary women's education sorority,
will be entertained at supper at 6
p.m. today in the League.
WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Ballet Group: Meeting at 4:15
p.m. Tuesdya and Thursday at
Dance Club Meeting at 7:30
p.m. Thursday at Barbour 'Gym-
nasium. Tryouts for "Cinderella"
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day at Barbour Gymnasium.
Fencing Club: Meeting at 7:30
p.m. Thursday at Batbotr Gymna-
Hockey: Practice 'sessions at 4:30
p.m. Tuesday and, Thursday at
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The new "High" in col-
legiate fashion Fun
to wear in navy, brown,
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tL.IGHT-FOR THE FESTIVE HOLIDAY and the
gay week-end beyond. Party-goers to give you the doll
waistline and the daguerreotype air. Vibrant, gay tones