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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FiVE

Ticket Applications For

JoHop

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Lottery Method
Of Elimination
Will Be Used y
Only One Blank To Be Allowed
Per Junior Who Must Appear
In Person At Union Or League
Juniors may apply for tickets to
the "College Dance of the Year," the
1942 J-Hop, from 1 p.m. Ito 5 p.m.
Tursday and Friday in the Union
and League, Bob Begle, tickets chair-
man, announced, although the actual
ticket sale will not begin until after
Christmas.
This application system, to be fol-
lowed later by the elimination by
lottery, is the same process as that
used successfully for the first time
last -year when it replaced the cum-
bersome and usually unfair "first
come first served" method.
Each, junior must apply in person
at the Union or League and must pre-
sent his own identification card in
order to receive an application form.
Only one blank will be permitted per
junior and it must be turned in along
with a self-addressed, stamped en-
velope.
No Application Charge
There is no charge for application
and Begle stressed that no prefer-
ence will .be given to application by
their~ order of submission nor would
bloc reservations be allowed.
Reply cards will be sen't to all ap-
plicants within a week of applica-
tion indicating acceptance or refusal.
Those juniors receiving "accepted"
reply cards will be required to pre- .
sent them at the final ticket sale-
the exact time and place to be an-
nounced later.
One thousand two hundred fifty
tickets will be sold this year, Begle
further announced, which is 50 more
than the quota last year. In the
event that applications exceed this
limit, a lottery will be conducted to
reduce the number.
Assisting Begle with the applica-
tion system of ticket sale are Ed-
ward Aldworth, Leroy Aldinger, Pete
Smith, Charles Kennedy, Lyons How-
land and Richard Simon.
To Be Two Nights
Last year's J-Hop marked the in-
ception of a new type of social event
in the midwest. The two-night af-
fair coupled with the best dance
bands in the country met with the
unanimous approval of the campus.)
Not only did it supplement the house
parties and other festivities of the
weekend, but the old question of
"what to do on Saturday night" was
solved.
"The J-Hop committee hopes that
we may have your hearty support so
that the Michigan J-Hop. will con-
tinue in its position of renown among
the famous college dances."--Ted
Sharp, general chairman.
Announce Initiation
Alpha Alpha Gamma, national
honorary society of women archi-
tects and designers, announced the
initiation of three new members,
Rosemary La Londe, '45, " Dorothy
Visscher, '44, and Audrey Moore.
Members are chosen on the basis
of abpve-average scholarship and
outstanding ability.

Drive Closes
For Red Cross;
$984 Is Total
"Over the top"-that's what
student Red Cross drive, ended
terday, has done, gone over its;

Board Position'
Will Be Added'
By Assembly

First Coke Bar

Of This

Year

To Be Tuesday

the
yes-
goal

of $700 to reach a grand total of
$983.98, Elizabeth Luckham, '42, has
announced.
This sum will be nearer $1,000 by
the time the remaining League1
houses, who have not reported as yet,
are heard from. Total forall dormi-
tories is $479.06, sororities have con-
tributed $317.68, League houses to
date, $120.95, and cooperative houses'
total is $3.26.
"Suzie" Gives $16.73
Memberships sold in the League
lobby amount to $41, while $16.731
has been gleaned from the model
nurse or "Suzie," as she is affection-
ately called by committee members.
Ann Arbor Independents have con-
tributed $5.50.
Highest contributor among the
dormitories is Stockwell Hall with
$140.57, next is Jordan with $84.57,
while Martha Cook placed third with
$76.45. Mosher had $50, Helen New-
berry $41.08, Betsy Barbour $33.94,
and Couzens Hall $20.40. Others are:
the League dormitory $18.23, Alum-
nae House $6.95, Adelia Cheever $5.07,
and University $2.00.
100% Sororities Listed
100% sororities are Pi Beta Phi
with $40, Alpha Chi Omega with $29,
Collegiate Sorosis $22, and Theta Phi
Alpha $10./,.
Highest contributions of sororities
besides those with 100% are: Kappa
Alpha Theta with $27, Alpha Epsilon'
Phi with $24, Gamma Phi Beta with
$22.10, and Chi Omega with $21.10.
Next are Delta Delta Delta, $20.70,
Alpha Phi, $18.75, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, $17, and Delta Gamma,
$13.20.
Contributions Continue
Kappa Delta contributed $9.60, Al-
pha Gamma Delta and Alpha Omi-
cron Pi both $8.50, Zeta Tau Alpha,
$6.55, and Alpha Xi Delta, $6.50. Phi
Sigma Sigma'has turned in $3.60 and
Alpha Delta Pi, $3.08.
Katherine Pickerell and Muriel
Lester cooperatives have turned in
$1.50 and $1.76 respectively. "All
groups are to be commended heart-
ily," Miss Luckham said, "for their
splendid cooperation and generous
contributions, and a vote of thanks
goes to an efficient committee."
League houses, who have not yet re-
ported are urged to do so immediately
so that final tabulations may be
made.
Meeting Will Be Held
The Womens Research Club will
meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Rackham Amphitheatre. Dr. Elsade
Clover will speak on "Wild Flowers
of the Desert."

The popular Union coke bar which
Petitions For Chairrmanship has been merrily swinging along for
Of New Independent Women's two years will feature an innova-
tion at its opening dance to be held
Group Will Begin Tomorrow from 4:30 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. in the
Assembly, organization for inde-small ballroom,,in the persons of es-
A corts for all the women who attend.
pendent women, is organizing a As was the custom in the Mast,
"scouting committee" to develop di- certain groups have been issued spe-
I rect contact between independent cial invitations to attend this week's
women and the League, with all its coke bar. Kappa Alpha Theta, Del-
activities. Petitioning for the chair- ta Gamma, Helen Newberry and
manship of this committee will be Betsy Barbour will be invited fem-
tomorrow through Thursday, with in- inity while residents of the West
t Quadrangle and Sigma Alpha Epsi-
terviewing beginning the following Ion as well as members of class of
Monday, Dec. 8. and continuing '45 will be the special male element.
through Wednesday, Dec. 10. This week's hostess will be Judy
This committee is a new phase of Pletcher, '43. There will be free
Assembly, and its work will be dif- cokes as well as other refreshments
ferent from anything ever done be- for all those attending the social.
fore by this organization. It will Tables will be set up on the terrace
fill in the gap between independent for bridge enthusiasts. The latest
women and information on League swing and sweet records will furnish
activities. The new chairman will the music via Nickelodeon.
have a position on Assembly Board, At each coke bar, there will be an
and will be responsible for integrat- j invited hostess selected from the
ing the functions of the committee, well-known and popular women on
and compiling reports from the sep- campus.
arate committee members. A novelty, boxed coca-cola will be
The scouting committee under this a feature of "the new an improved
chairman will be composed of repre- coke bar" of this year. Women are
sentatives from each dormitory and invited free of charge and the fee
league house zone. It will have regu- for the men will be 10 cents. *
lar meetings, and before each League These coke bars were originated
project, its members will contact the two years ago during Don Tread-
girls in their respective groups. Ivell's presidency. Doug Gould was
It is the specific duty of this con- Iin charge of the first year.
mittee ito offer help and suggestions I
to those interested in League work.
Members are chosen by the chair- Interviews TO Beg in
man, from recommendations made Interviews for Orientation Ad-
by the Board. visers, names Alcorn through
The chairmanship of the scouting Cibb, will be from 3 p.m. to 5:30
committee" is an especially respon- p m."Tuesday in the undergraduate
sible position in view of the fact that office of the League. Women must
the committee is a new type of un- bring their eligibility cards to the
dertaking; she will be entirely in interview.
charge of its organization.

Tea Will Be Given
For Fashion-Minded
Women Tomorrow
A tea for all women, undergradu-
ates as well as seniors, who are in-
terested in fashion careers and in
learning about how the wheels of
fickle fashion go round, will be held
from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
Julia Coburn, New York fashion
authority and director of the Tobe-
Coburn School for Fashion Careers,
will speak under the sponsorship of
the League Social Committee of which
Betty Fariss, '42, is general chairman.
She will discuss the various fields
of opportunity which are open to wo-
men in the fashion field, such as
advertising, buying, selling, editing
or writing, with Jewel Wuerfel, '37,
Tobe-Coburn, '38, who is now an
executive in a Detroit Store. A gen-
eral discussion will follow the talk.
Those interested in talking with
Miss Coburn tomorrow may arrange
for appointments by telephoning Lou
Carpenter at 2-5619.

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