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February 08, 1947 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily, 1947-02-08

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Due To Work
tM%ommitee
Dennis Youngblood
Is General Chairman
After working, planning and or-
ganizing since their election by the
junior class in October, the 1948
J-Hop Committee is giving the
campus the most lavish ball it has
seen for several years.
Denny Youngblood, chairman of
the committee, has been the top
coordinator of all of the functions
of the subsidiary committees and
has handled the task of the mas-
ter-mind for smoothing out the
problems which were presented to
tho nmit~t

Gie Up; This Ends the Lists
(Wontii d frn Pno 131

kvnT nuea rom rage )
troit; Pat VanderVelde, Royal
Oak, and James W. McGufey,
Lansing; Naomi Van Eck, Kala-
mazoo, and J. F. (Bud) Keville,
Pomona, Calif.
Phyllis Vail, Warwick, New
York, and Richard J. Berryman,
Highland Park; June Van Kleek,
Ann Arbor, Robert B. Flagg,
Larchmont, New York; Reed W.
Daily Reveals
Black Market
Date Bureau

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e ue.The answer to many a dateless
Ticket distribution was under coed's lament was uncovered yes-
the leadership of Nancy Neumann. terday when Daily reporters found
The applications and tickets were a black market date bureau oper-
allocated au rvisiounder her im- ating in the basement of Haven
The lavish decorations were de- Hall.
signed and set up under the di- The ring was set up to handle
rection of Nancy Holt. After dick- some 1200 dates for the 1147 J-
ering and compromising so that Hop and according to its records
erin an comromsingso hatis responsible for 847 of the coup-
the decorations for the ball con- les attending this year's dance.
formed to the Fire Commissionera The central organization, com-
standards, the George P. Johnson psdo iepoietsuet
Company constructed the "Side- posed of five prominent students
walks of Paris" in the Intramural closely connected with the J-Hop
Buildingwhose names are being withheld,
Building. operated through date committees
The lengthy patrons list and fa- in almost 92 per cent of the cam-
vors, including the leather covered pu ateres, oitie and
programs were concocted under d rtres
the supervision of Camille Ayo. Unvrsityes o a p
Headng te "lrge ubliity Uiversity officials expressed
coBmitthe is largeDerli surprise at finding a group oper-
H committee A.Rebe Dereiand sting in such surroundings.
His committee collected and sent "Things are tough, we know," they
the names of the girls and their said. "And we have no objections
datesto the home town papers as to a harmless group operating in
designated on the publicity blanks. the organized houses' on campus
All the publicity in The Daily and to bring the young men and w-
the various newspapers covering men together. But this group has
the J-Hop are directed by the pub- obviously been operating for the
licity committee, benefit of the controlling mem-
Pat Chafee is in charge o the bers."
booth arrangement and rules of The methods of operation of the
the Hop, market were disclosed when har-
The novel idea of individual re- rse eulSdto rie
freshment dispensers in the booths rassed Lemuel Sudstrom arrived
was carried out by Jane Quail, re-t Y yesterdaytprotest
freshments chairman. the groups actions after having
h n expert of the had a coke with his poteitial J-
committee is Preston R. Tisch. All HI date, BlossomHdc
expenditures andeauditing of the I mbeen stung" hee declared in
revenues are under his direction. a statement to The Daily. In one
The selection and supervision of spot in the 60 page questionnaire,
the music for the Hop is the re- he went on, they requested the
sponsibility of Sarah Stephenson. name of my favorite current song.
An ex-officio member of the "When I said 'Huggin and Chalk-
J-Hop Committee who has helped in',' I didn't expect them to take
and advised the members of the me so seriously," he moaned.
Central Committee is Associate Sudstrom said, that according
Director of Student Affairs, Wal- to his observations, any "inter-
ter B. Rea, whose assistance has eating" applicants had been held
contributed greatly to the success by the central committee.
of the 1948 J-Hop. When asked to repeat the ques-
______---_.__-".-_tions on the application, Sudstrom
______ _ _ T blushed and said "And we thought
the drafting process was rugged."
Buy and Sell Texts at University officials immediately
seized the files of the organiza-
Student Book Exchange tion which are being held for fur-
ther perusal by the office of the
Dean of Students.
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
Will add to your J-Hop Weekend fun
SO HERE THEY ARE!
Gal in Calico For Sentimental Reasons
She's My Buddy's Chick Guilty
And So To Bed Old Lamplighter
September Song Old Buttermilk Sky
Managua, Nicaragua Stardust
RADIO AND RECORD SHOP
715 North University, Phone 2-0502
North End of Diagonal

Varner, and Mrs. Varner, Pontia
and Delores Vincent, Detroit, an
Robert C. Buckborough, Detroit
Marian Westcott, Grosse Point
and Bruce Bockstanz, Gros
Pointe; Karolyn Williams, Flin
and Julian Frey, Flint; Sally Wy
man, Ann Arbor, and Don M
Cready, Ann Arbor; Joyce Welc
Detroit, and James J. MacIsaa
Detroit.
Philip Whelan and Mrs. Whe
an, Pleasant Ridge; Barbara Wii
ter, Mohawk, and Michael Mi
tech, Stambaugh; Marilynn Wat
St. Joseph, and Sheldon Lee, S
Joseph; Mary Carolyn Wrigh
Sturgis, and Gene Van Osdo
Holly.
Mervyn Walsh, and Mrs. Walsl
Detroit; Frances Watts, Detroi
and Donald P. Boor, Dearborn
Janice Ward, Saginaw, and Wi
liam Delhey, An Arbor, Lillia
Winquist, Iron River, and Boyc
N. Bradley, Iron River.
Dorothy Warner, Lansing, an
R. James Earl, Lansing; Dor
West, Romeo, and Edward M
Crawford, Romeo; Nancy Wolf
St. Clair, Robert Wendling, Lake
wood; Lois B. Wheattey, Pleasai
Ridge, and Charles S. Wesle!
Monroe.
Dorothy Jean Woodbury, Ply
mouth, and Arthur Rollins, De
troit; Margaret Ward, Jamestowr
New York, and John W McNut
East Liverpool, Ohio; Barbar
Williamson, Youngstown, Ohi
and Charles O. White, Jr., Kala
mazoo; Mary Lou Webb, Cryst
Falls, and Dexter H. Craig, Pon
tiac; Mary Julia Warren, Lake
wood, Ohio, and Jack S. Fillot
son, Ann Arbor.
John L. Whitehead, and Mr.
John L. Whitehead, Dearborr
Lois Walley, Milwaukee, Wiscor
sin, and Vernon C. Judd, Chicagc
Nancy Webb, Fair Field, Connect
cut, and John Babington, Sau
Ste. Marie; Dolores Whitlatcl
Sharon, Pennsylvania, and Charli
L. Lacy, Detroit.
Grace M. Wyman, Fonda, Ne
York, and Daniel H. Dunbar, Ox
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Harold G. Kretchmar, Flint; Flor- York; Donna Waters, Ann Arbor,
ence Kathryn Wohl Miami, Flor- and Bruce Tappe, Ann Arbor;
ida, and Tom Kane, Hewlett, New Elaine Weisman, Detroit, and Ro-
York. bert M. Feinberg, Detroit.
- Diana Wiltse, Dubith, Minne- Betty Wittick, Detroit, and Don
sota, and John Sargent, Cleveland Roach, Detroit; Margaret Walker,
Od Heights, Ohio; Mary Frances Wil- Detroit, and Harry Van Hook, De-
coxon, Roswell, New Mexico, and troit.
Chauncey C. Adams, Romeo. Eleanor Young, Grand Rapids.
' Doris B. Willard, Scarsdale, New and Paul D. Anderson, Grand Ra-
te York, and Kenneth E. Allen, Roy- pids; Shirley A. Young, Westfield,
al Oak; Lynn Wolyemuth, Witchi- New York, and George E. Spoon.
Y- ta, Kansas, and John C. Vyn, Sagi- Muskegon; Cynthia H. Yaco, De-
c- naw; Betty Whittaker, Lancaster, troit, and Arthur Schechet, Flint.
h New York, and Lt.Col. James Fur- Virginis ;Zeeb, Ann Arbor, and
0, geson, Ann Arbor; Esther Wein, Herb Taggart, Ann Arbor; Flor-
Chicago,." and Israel S. Jacobs, ence Zaratzian, Highland Park,
- Buffalo, New York. and Harry A. Lee, East Lansing;
n- Marion Willard, Toledo, Ohio, Jeanne Zapran, Detroit, and Leon-
a- and Bob Jewell, Toledo, Ohio; ard Budzen, Detroit; Lawrence
.t, Dorothy J. Woodbury, Ann Arbor, E. Zeeb and Mrs. Zeeb, Ann Arbor.
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