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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1946

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Students May Order J-Hop
Tickets in'U' Hall This Week
Actual Sales To Begin after Christmas;
Junior Applications To Have Preference

Orders for J-Hop tickets for
juniors, seniors, and graduate stu-
dents will be taken tomorrow, Fri-
day, and Saturday at a booth in
VJniversity Hall.
Students must bring identifica-
tion cards and self-addressed,
stamped envelopes with them
when they apply. The booth will
be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to-
morrow and Friday, and from 9
a m. to noon Saturday.
Juniors To Have Preference
All juniors will be given prefer-
ence in buying tickets, but they
are urged to apply early so that
they may all be accommodated.
After tickets have been allotted to
juniors, seniors will be given pref-
erence over graduate students in
order of their applications.
Applications will be mailed back
after Christmas- vacation, and stu-
dents are requested to put their
Ann Arbor address on the self-ad-
dressed envelopes. Ticket sales for
students whose applications have
been accepted will begin after the
vacation.
J-Hop To Last Two Nights
In order to take care of the in-
'E,.Cue Ball
ToBe Hel
T e He I
The East Quadrangle Council
will sponsor the "E-Cue Ball," a
semi-formal dance to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Jan.
11 in the East Quad.
Two dining rooms of the resi-
dence, decorated in twodifferent
motifs, will be used for the dance.
The music will be provided by two
bands. Guests will receive favors
or programs, but no corsages are
to be worn.
Two hundred tickets will be
available. Ticket sales will begin
Friday and will be limited to resi-
dents of East Quad. Jack Adams
is general chairman for the dance.
Assembly Holds
Ball Interviews
Interviews for centra commit-
tee posts for Assembly Ball will be
held for petitioners from 3 to 5
p.m. today, and from 4 to 5 p.m.
tomorrow in Room D on the third
floor of the League. Interviewees
are requested to bring with them
their eligibility cards, signed by
the Merit-Tutorial Committee,
and their Assembly membership
cards.
Soap Shortage Aid
To help alleviate present soap
shortage, make a jelly from the
remnants of soap bars by dissolv-
ing small pieces of soap in hot
water, using /3 cup soap to 1
quart water. Then cool and set
aside to jell. This may be used
for laundering purposes.

creased enrollment, the J-Hop will
be held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. two
nights. Friday and Saturday, Feb.
7 and 8. Fifteen hundred tickets
will be sold for each night, and
men students will only be eligible
to buy a ticket for one night of
the J-Hop.
J-Hop tickets will cost $5 plus
$1 tax: Women students are also
eligible to apply for tickets.
Breakfasts To Be Served
In addition to the two formal
dances to be held in the Intra-
mural Building, arrangements
have been made to serve break-
fasts to J-Hoppers at the Union
and possibly the League immedi-
ately after the dance.
Since men students may only
buy tickets for one night of the
J-Hop, the Union and the League
have agreed to hold semi-formal
dances both Friday and Saturday
nights.
Dennis Youngblood is chairman
of the 1947 J-Hop, and committee
chairmen are Sarah Stephenson,
music; Preston R. Tisch, fi-
nance; A. Rebel DerDerian, pub-
licity; Nancy Neumann, tickets;
Jane Quail, general; Nancy Holt,
decorations; Chuck Lewis, build-
ings; Camille Ayo, programs and
patrons, and Pat Chaffee, booths.

Meadowbrook
Will Feature
Elgart's Band
Les Elgart and his orchestra will
play for the "Michigan Night" re-
union to be held Dec. 28 at Frank
Dailey's Meadowbrook, located at
Cedar Grove, N. J.
The dance will be a reunion for
all Michigan students and alum-
ni who live in the New York-New
Jersey metropolitan area, as well
as those who are visiting there
during the Christmas holidays.
Les Elgart was formerly fea-
tured with Hal Kemp, Les Brown,
Charlie Spivak, and Woody Her-
man. After forming his own band,
Elgart made a tour of theatres and
recently completed an 8-week en-
gagement at a New York hotel.
Terry Parker is vocalist with the
band.
Reservations will be necessary
for "Michigan Night," and stu-
dents may make reservations now
by sending a postcard to Lou Or-
lin, 952 Greenwood, Ann Arbor.
The card should include name,
Ann Arbor address and phone
number, home address, and num-
ber of reservations desired. Stu-
dents are requested to state the
number of couple, not individual,
reservations desired.
A booth will be set up today in
University Hall at which students
may make reservations and ob-
tain information about questions
of finance and transportation.

League Sells
DanceTickets
Mixer Will Be Sponsored
For League House Women

All women living in league and universities, ten representa-
houses may purchase tickets for tives from eight colleges will be
the League House Dance from 10 honored at the first dance of the
a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3 p.m. two-night annual winter Union
today in the League. Formal, to be held from 9 p.m. to
The sale of tickets will continue midnight Friday andSaturday in
from 2 to 4 p.m. tomorrow and the Union Ballroom.
from 10 a.m. to noon and from 1 The visiting coeds will be escort-
to 4 p.m. Friday.When purchas- ed to the formal affair by mem-
ing her ticket each woman must bers of the Union Executive Coun-

To establish a closer relation-
ship between Michigan colleges

Union Will Honor Delegates
Of Eight Colleges at Formal'

worth, Louis Lapierre, Andrew
Poledor, DicksCortwright and Brad
Straatma.
Colleges to be represented in-
clude Olivet College, Hillsdale Col-
lege, Wayne University, Michigan
State College, Alma College, West-
ern Michigan State Teachers Col-
lege, Kalamazoo College and High-
land Park Junior College. Be-
cause of their size, two coeds will
represent Wayne University and#
Michigan State College. All visi-
tors will be the guests of the Del-
ta Delta Delta Sorority.

Juniors Will Begin
Collection of Dues
To Finance JGP
The collection of junior class
dues to finance Junior Girls Play
will begin today according to Cyn-
thia Coates, finance chairman.
Committee members will collect
dues in women's houses on campus
today, tomorrow, and Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec, 16,
17 and 18.
. Juniors who are not contacted.
may pay their dues from noon to 2
p.m. Friday and Thursday, Dec.
19, in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
Hold Those Bonds!

AVC ToNHolc
Weekly Hop
The sixth in the series of week
ly record dances sponsored by thi
American Veterans Committee wil
be held from 2:30-5:30 p.m. toda3
in the League Ballroom.
The purpose of these mixer af-
fairs held every Wednesday after-
noon, according to Bob Slaff, pub-
licity chairman, is to provide ar
informal atmosphere where coed:
and men students can become bet-
ter acquainted. Slaff also added
that these dances have already be-
come a campus tradition, anc
urges all students to drop in after
classes.

present her Assembly membership cil. Pr
pm banque
Assembly cards may still be honor.
obtained from 3 to 5 p.m. today To a
through Thursday in the As- ber of
sembly Office, Rm. D in the presen
League. limited
The League House Dance to be Tickets
held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday in Rem
the League Ballroom, sponsored by from 3
league house-residents for the pur- day at
pose of giving students the oppor- of the
tunity of getting better acquaint- tained
ed. All men on campus are invited cardsv
to attend tlis affair as the guests stampi
of the coeds. Anyone
The music of Ed Morehaus mittan
and his orchestra will be fea- there of
tured at this League House Fran
Dance, and special mixer dances orchest
will be introduced. For those Patti E
who like bridge, tables and cards for the
will be provided. Refreshments the we
will be served. Coedsq
Corsa
The central committee for coedsb
League House Dances consists of: Entert
Blanche Berger, general chirm talent.
Gladys Relkin, assistant chair- tlime inrt
man; Libby Myers. entert ainm'ent; trosinn
Ruth JadtIsich, decorations; and Thet
Shirlee Rich, publicity. gan is t
oration
Wyvern To Meet Maize
scene o
There will be an important two lar
meeting for all Wyvern members of ther
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the League. will be
Pictures will be taken for the Conmi
'Ensian, and several important Co-c
matters will be discussed. All those Milan
who will be unable to attend please Shaffer
contact Virginia Olberding at 4089 gent S
or Carol Lieberman at 2-3225. ian, J
Persons interested in forming a The
coed ski club for weekend outings seasoni
this winter will meet Thursday, browni
Dec. 12, in room 302 of the Union. and ric

eceding the dance, a formal
et is to be given in their
ccommodate a larger num-
students, the event is being
ted two days. Couples are
to one night attendance.-
s on Sale
aining tickets will be sold
to 4 p.m. today through Fri-
the main desk in the lobby
Union. They may be ob-
by those holding Union
which must be presented for
ng at the time of purchase.
e unable to purchase ad-
ce at these times, may have
obtained by proxy.
.k Tinker and his 14-piece
tra, featuring the vocals of
DuPont, will furnish music
* affair. Tinker is heard at
ekly Union dances.
To Receive Corsages
ages will be presented to
by the Union at the door.
tinrrent, featuring campus
will be presented during
ennission. In addition, re-
ents are to be served.
theme of traditional Michi-
to be carried out in the dec-'
s for the formal dance.
and blue will dominate the
of the ballroom, including
rge block M's at either end
room. The season's yule log
burning in the fireplace.
ttee Members
hairmen for the dance are
Miskovsky and George
r. Other chairmen are Eu-
ikorovsky, Arthur DerDer-
erry Comer, Allan Farns-
"Big Four" in color this
includes formal black, blue,
in cocoa and deeper shades
h wine tones.

ALL YOU EASTERNERS !

COME TO

',

U' Hopwood Winners Gain
Fame as Feminine Novelists

By M. J. TUTTLE
Some of the leading women nov-
elists of the day gained their first
recognition through winning Hop-
wood fiction awards at the Uni-
versity.
Betty Smith who recently made
literary history with the publica-
tion of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn,
won an award in the first Hopwood
contest. Her contest entries were
plays, short stories, and essays,
and some of the characters in her
book were mentioned in these
works. At present Miss Smith is
helping with the production of a
movie in England.
Mildred Walker, who won a
major award in 1932 under the
name of Mildred W. Schemm, is
best known for her novel, Winter
Wheat. Her other works include
Dr. Norton's Wife, a Literary
Guild selection for 1938, The
Brewer's Big Horses, Unless the
Wind Turns, and The Light
from Arcturus. She is now work-
ing on another novel which will
probably be entitled The Quar-
ry.
Mauritta M. Wolff won a fiction
prize in 1937 with Night Shift,
published in 1942, and in 1938 she
won a minor fiction prize with a
novelette. In 1940 she won a major
award with Whistle Stop, which
was published in 1941 and later
made into a movie.
Ruth Lininger Dobson, Hop-
wood winner in 1936, has had

two novels published, Straw in
the Wind and Today Is Enough.
Iola L. Goodspeed, who won a
major award in 1939, has pub-
lished The Loon Feather, a best
seller for several years, and The
Shining Trail.
Several of the more recent Hop-
wood winners who have had books
published are now writing while
they are students or while they
work at the University.
Naomi Gilpatrick, author of
The Broken Pitcher, is a student
and is working on another book.
Marianne Finton Meisel, author
of Years Before the Flood, and
Andrina Gilmartin who wrote The
Gifts of Love, are both students
working on novels. Jeannette
Hatn, winner of a major award
in poetry in 1945, is now writing a
novel while a student.
Leslie Cameron whose book,
Dancing Saints, wgs published
in 1942, is now connected with
the periodical room in the main
library while working on another
book. Rosamond Haas, author
of Delay is the Song, a volume
of verse, is working for the Uni-
versity News Service while writ-
ing.
Virginia Chase Perkins, winner
of a fiction prize in 1940, is now
teaching English at the University
and writing a novel. She has had
her first novel, American House,
published.

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