T-HE MIC HIG AN AILY SUNDAY, FEBRARY
Carol Glidden, Lee Perry
To Lead Jop
Friday Night's 'Sweet' Music
Will Contrast With Informal
'Swing' Of Saturday Evening
A contrast in "sweet and swing"
will Inaugurate the tradition of a
two-night J-Hop February 14 and 15
when gaty will reign at the Sports
Building during the annual celebra-
Carol Glidden, of Queens Village,
Long Island, will accompany Lee
Perry, general chairman of the Hop.
Miss Glidden attends Hunter College
in New York City. Mary ZE. Major,
'41; will be the guest of Richard Ar-
buckle, publicity manager, while
Carolyn Denfield, co-chairman of pa-
trons, will attend with Arthur J.
May Ding, of China and Boston,
will visit Ann Arbor for the week-
end as the guest of S. Chi Tang, co-
chairman of the buildings committee.
Marshal Strenger, '41E, will accom-
pany Louise Carpenter, co-chairman
of patrons; Joseph W. Foote, '41, will
be the guest of Jeanne Goudy, secre-
tary of the committee.
Jackson. Guest To Attend
Barbara Swarthout, of Jackson,
will attend with James Rossman, co-
chairman of buildings. Dorothy Skin-
ner will travel from the University of
Indiana to accompany Bruce Hart-
wick, decorations chairman. Miss
Skinner is from East Chicago, Indi-
ana. Robert Collins, co-chairman of
booths, will have as his guest Agnes
Crow, '42. Deena Beiber, '43, will ac-
company Sydney Aronson, also co-
chairman of booths.
Edmere Bondesen of Detroit, will
be the guest of Paul Sampson, tick-
ets chairman. Phyllis Waters, music
chairman, will accompany Frederick
J. Dannefelser, '41E.
Benny Goodman, Gene Krupa,
Raymond Scott and their orchestras
will provide the contrast between
Friday's formal-dress "sweet" music,
and Saturday's informal "swing"
Scott Features Quintet
Featured with Scott, who will alter-
nate with Krupa Friday evening, are
his famous six-piece "Quintet," Clyde
Burke, baritone, Gloria Hart, "Tiny
Tornado of Song," and Art Tyerson,
'Guitarist Extraordinary." Krupa will
have with him Irene Daye, "Lovely
Lady of Song," and baritone Howard
Goodman, whose band was recent-
ly voted the most popular exponent
of modern music, will sway the audi-
ence with swing Saturday evening.
The newly organized black and white
band will take no full-length or reg-
ular intermissions during the second
The new Goodmen Septet, replac-
ing the former Quintet, will add va-
riety to the program, with Cootie
Williams, and Charlie Christians,
starring on the trumpet and electric
guitar.Singer Helen Forrest, who will
also appear with the band, is one of
the few members who has held over
from Goodman's former orchestra.
Alpha Delta Pi announces the
pledging of Celia House, '43A, from
LEE PERRY CAROL GLIDDEN
At Blind Dates
By KAY RUDDY
We're afraid it's true. The majority
of Michigan coeds shake their heads'
ruefully at the very mention of a
blind date. Dozens of women were
interviewed and the general opinion
of all was that .as one ex-blind dater
put it. "The Blind Date System isn't'
a system, it's a trial."
Michigan women were timid reti-
cent creatures, we decided, and would
have to be coaxed to give their opin-
ion freely. But the reply of every
"timid creature" we asked was a loud
Ignorance Is Bliss
We even thought we had a favor-
able answer, once. Kit Upson, '43,
was asked how she reacted to blinds,
and she enthusiastically replied,
"Fine." Ah, we thought, at last a
girl who sees the sterling qualities
of the system. "How many blind dates
have you had at Michigan?" we pur-
sued. "Oh, none," she said cheerfully.
"I go steady."
There are, however. some reveal-
ing answers which fall into three dis-
tinct categories. The first, or Hope-
ful Crusading Type has as one of its
adherents, Bertha Pines, '43, whose
sentiments are that, "On a big campus
like Michigan, it's the best system de-
vised so far to help people meet one
Margery Shores, '42, belongs to the
second, or the Oh-Well-I'm-Only-
Losing -Three -Or -Four ,- Hours-It-
Might-Not-Be-Too-Bad-Type. She re-
marked that, "All you can do is hope
for the best; you can't expect it."
Blind Dates Embitter
Sleigh Taxi Service
To Be Novel Feature
Of Winter Carnival
Long waiting for the Winter Carn-
ival will have its compensation in
one novelty feature which is the
sleigh taxi service, to be operated
between the town and the Arboretum
on the day of the outdoor events, ac-
cording to Ed Holmberg, '43, who is
Cutters and bobsled will be avail-
able to anyone desiring transporta-
tion to Carnival Hill in the Arbore-
tum, for a small charge. Those in-
terested should get in touch with the
Union when the day of the events is
announced. This will be the firstb
afternoon during the week, or on a
week-end, that snow conditions are
satisfactory, after final examinations
are over. There is a possibility that
the Carnival will be held on J-Hop
week-end. All groups entering the
contests will be notified one day in
all right if neither of you can see,"
replied one. Another smiled sourly
and said, "Oh, I like blind dates-
as long as they're not lame, too."
Alpha Delta Pi beat Collegiate So-
rosis in the A tournament basketball
finals, to take its place opposite the
winner of the Martha Cook-Mosher
II tilt in the complete tournament
final at the beginning of the new
Martha Cook's place in the B tourn-
ament finals was assured after its
win over Alpha Gamma Delta, 25-
15, while Mosher II reached the B
tournament finals (semi-finals of the
entire tournament) by virtue of its
victory over Delta Delta Delta, 29-11.
Other scores were: Sororis 28,
Stockwell II 13; Alpha Delta Pi 19;
Mosher I 12, Delta Delta Delta 21;
Newberry 11; Martha Cook 13; Couz-
ens II 6.
Managers To Meet
House athletic managers will meet
with Donelda Schaible,'42, intramur-
al manger of the Women's Athletic
Association, to discuss plans for the
new sports season at 4:30 p.m. Mon-
day, February 17, at the Women's
Scarcely a newspaper today with
any pretensions of foreign news cov-
erage lets an issue go to press without
some sort of feature on "a cross-sec-
tion of English life during war time."
The Mite subm ts her own cross-sec-
tion, the material for which is garn-
ered not from letters, nor from per-
sonal contacts. but from a few of
the advertisements which appeared
recently in the personal columns of
two London dailies, The .Daily Tele-
graph and Morning Post, and The
Times. They' run as follows:
Lovlier Waves and Safer, too-
that's what Othermo means to you.
An Othermo wave leaves you free
to move from cubicle to shelter at
will-no wires or electricity to tie
you to your chair.
Barts Hospital urgently requires
an ambulance. Will anyone generous-
ly give medium powered car suitable
for conversion?-Clerk to the Gov-
ernor's St. Bartholomew's Hospital.
Furzie Close Boy's Preparatory
School is now at Carleton Hall,
Penrith, Cumberland. Quiet coun-
try. Entire; change taken in holi-
days. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mac-
Lellan welcome news of Old Boys
in the Services and elsewhere. Next
term begins January 24th. Penrith
Wanted-Young Tory who will ex-
change letters on post war reconstruc-
tion with one in forties. Write Box
D. 1878. The Times. E.C.4.
Wines, Spirits, Cigars-An ap-
peal is made for these to be includ-
ed in the Red Cross Wine and Cigar
Sale to be held at an early date;
gifts gratefully received by Treas-
urer, Red Cross Sales, 17, Old Bond
Paying Guests Received gentle-
man's country house, 50 miles N.W.
London; one double, 2-3 single bed
rooms, bath room; private reception
rooms; mile shops. main line sta-
tion; tennis, safe area.-Gowland,
tOld Wolverton, Bucks.
* * *
A Few Rooms shortly becoming
available at Valley of Rocks Hotel,Y
Lynton, N. Devon. Early application
Unwanted Artificial Teeth urgent-
ly needed. Please help dependents
men H. M. Forces. Spectacles very,
acceptable.-Ivory Cross, 67A, Wal-
beck Street, W. I.
In Hoxton Now--Poverty, sick-
ness, bare cupboards, EMPTY
GRATES. Do please send a dona-
tion to my ; Poor Fund. Left-off
clothing and bedding urgently need-
ed. Cecil Vincent, Vicar, Holy Trin-
ity, Hoxton, N. I.
L~ (s^i i v rti r A..., I rti E A
r ieuygiris r re i UIU But the great army of the Embit-
Kappa Kappa Gamma recently tered-By-Experience Type far out-
pledged Joanne Slick, '44, of Gary, weighs these valiant daters. Their
Ind., Alpha Omicron Pi pledged Dor- answers were many, varied, and
othy Visscher, '44, of Detroit. equally convincing. "Blind dates are
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