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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1947

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Cadid'teS tate'eiits

Qualification statements of the
46 candidates for the J-Hop com-
mittee will appear today and to-
morrow in The Daily. Statements
o 23 candidates follow.
* * *
Sheldon Bellows ...
My qualifications include chair-
manship of many of the larger
dances given while in junior and
senior high school; member of IFC
in 1945 and 1946 and of the plan-

ing committees for the IFC Balls
of those years; and social com-
mittee chairman of Zeta Beta Tau
in 1945 and 1946, respectively.
* * *
Jean Boos ...
If I am elected to the central
committee of J-Hop I shall do my
best to make it one of the biggest
and best social events given on
this campus. I have had some ex-
perience in this sort of work in

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high school. I was chairman of
two public dances. I have partici-
pated in the following campus ac-
tivities: two years in Choral Un-
ion, member of Sophomore cab-
aret cast, Orientation adviser, mu-
sic leader of Pi Beta Phi.
* * *
William Bowvler .
My qualifications for election
to the J-Hap Committee include
the valuable experience gained
while working on the committee
for the annual Blackfoot Ball of
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. I
have the sincere desire to help
insure the success of the 1948 J-
Hop.
* * *
Betsy Driscal ...
AIM: To make this J-Hop the
greatest dance in the country, the
best Michigan's had!
I worked for J-Hop Publicity,
1948, saw a great dance.
Improvements are now in order.
I'm hitting for good organization,
good orchestra, extension of Mich-
igan's traditional festivities.
EXPERIENCE: Heading high
school proms, college house dances.
Nancy Culligan . .
The primary interest of a J-
Hop committee is to improve up-
on the work of all previous com-
mittees while maintaining Mich-
igan tradition.
I feel my experience as decora-
tions chairman of the '46 Panhel-
lenic Ball, lyrics chairman of the
present JGP, and women's night
editor of The Daily qualifies me
for this job.
Mary Ann Cabral . .
My interest in working on the
J-Hop Committee centers in the
publicity of the dance for which
I feel I have some qualifications:
namely, the Publicity Committee
for Panhellenic Ball and Junior
Assistant to the League publicity

committee which includes work on
the radio progran, "Campus Qua-
ter"
Mary Alice Cheney ..
Let's have a terrific J-Hop this
year - a bigger and better week-
end. I believe in starting early
with plans and contacting top
name bands. I'm especially inter-
ested in and qualified to work on
decorations, programs, and pub-
licity. I would like to help make
J-Hop something different - an
event to remember!
S* * *
Cedric Fricke . .
I advocate a good band. My pastI
experience includes last year's
Slide Rule Ball committee, Cam-
pus activities nclude: Union staff,
Daily staff, Technic staff, Th-
angles (honorary) and assistant
track manager.
Virginia Garritsen .. .
I believe myself qualified from
previous experience to serve on the
J-Hop committee. I have partici-
pated on the central committee
of Sophomore Cabaret, Assembly
Ball, Junior Girls' Play, Home-
coming Ball, and am a member
of Wyvern, junior honor society.
I will endeavor to make thi a J-
Hop with outstanding decorations
and a good name dance band.
* * *
Ann Gestie ..,
Because of my interest in help-
ing to make the 1948 J-Hop the
biggest and most remembered suc-
cess of the year, I am running for
J-Hop central committee. I have
worked on various dance commit-
tees and was a member of :he
ticket committee for Soph Cabaret.

I am now the junior assistant to
Personnel Advisor of the League,
Mara rnt. .
My qualifications are as follows:
Freshman year-dormitory social
chairman, decorations committee
of the Senior Ball, publicity chair-
man of "Frosh Frolic": sophomore
year-house president. I feel that
the activities I have mentioned
qualify me to meet the require-
ments that organizing and pro-
moting a large scale dance de-
mands.
* * *
Murray Crant ...
Being connected with social ac-
tivities all through college gives
me, I feel, the knowledge needed
to serve ably on this committee.
I'm fraternity social chairman,
serving on this committee for two
years. Also I'm Daily Sports Night
Editor and have been secretary of
Phi Eta Sigma and Fletcher Hall
president.
* * *
Ann Criffin..
J-Hop for you at Michigan is
a well-known tradition and it is
up to the Central Committee to
build up each successive year's
dance into a bigger and better so-
cial function. Qualifications: Pan-
hel Programs Committee, Soph
Cabaret Skits Committee, Daily,
'Ensian edit., golf, tennis, bowling
clubs, orientation advisor, and
treasurer of house group.
Patricia urr .. .
The campus demands a better
J-Hop at a reasonable price. I
add a strong second and will make
that my aim in all aspects con-
cerning the dance. I have worked
on committees for Time Out, As-

sembly Ball and League Formal
and feel qutalified to accept Ihe
Bob farcrri tm, .
In petitioning for the position of
committeeman on the J-Hop
committee. I consi(IvĀ° mvAelf cual-
ified by reason of the following:
membership in Sphinx, junior
honorary society, my position as
secretary of the "M" Club, and
membership in Sigma Chi, social
fraternity. I have served as th-
letic chairman and historian in
the last mentioned organization.
My high school activities included
service on the Junior and Senior
Prom Committees, and srieas
a class officer in both immy junior
and senior classes.
Nancy Hess.
My qualifications are Penhel
Ball chairman; JGP assistant
chairman; Soph Prom decora-
tions; Soph Cabaret; Jordan nres-
ident; orientation advisor: Alpha
Lambda Delta; Ski Club treasur-
er.
I'd like to see the J-Hop com-
mittee emphasize a festive week-
end for the entire campus. J-Hop
should have big name banteand
should be as elaborate as uo.sible.
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Lisbeth Hildebrandt .. .
I am petitioning for a position
on the J-Hop committee. I ask
your cooperation as a member of
the music school. My qualifica-
tions are participation in Soph
Cabaret, glee club, Choral Union,
Westminster Guild, Panhel Pledge,
tea committee, Panhel Ball. Mem-
ber of the Mu Phi Epsilon and
Collegiate Sorosls.

Beverly Keteik ...
I would like to help make this
48 i-Hop the best in the history
of the University. Last year I was
on the building and ground com-
mittee for Hightide; chairman of
Patrons for the Newman Club
formal; worked on skit publicity
for Soph Cabaret and was social
director of SRA. This year I'm on
JGP central committee, public af-
fairs committee of SRA and the
Newman Club chronicle staff.
Jo Kitchen . . .
As a member of the class of '49,
I am anxious to make our J-Hop
one of the outstanding events of j
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* * *
Recommendations and qualifi-
cations; president Lloyd House.
1943; Michigan Union Social Staff,
1946; Michigras Central Commit-
tee, Booth chairman, 1946-47;
Sphinx honorary society, Phi
Gamma -Delta social fraternity.
Mary Ellen Lavely . . .
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