100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 07, 1949 - Image 23

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1949-02-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

O'n t' riinrsi IIv 9IF'1 tU -I '' i h . U---, ,,~

. v vu; r:

e e.i v

e L ratat ettv t tN UwF -%IL t

rage t w my-mrnree

_ ...., ., Y,

NWIT CAN HETOLD.

c"
i

Charman evel '9 o Fae
i e l -1 o By PUG DARKRl
The Itiue story ol cheit9529J-
Hop can now be told! .
In an exclusiv'e interview5 aivcn
to a Daily re'porter.,IHenry Ma-
_:an, 30 F&C, chatsrman of thie
.1,.-29 Commissteexposed the c.-
plIete history of the 921 H A
leaking a vow 01 twenty yeast
standing.az
Marzipan stated that he wishe~d
o sit down.
ACCORDING TO Msaczipan, thec
J-Hop that year was an utter
fiasco. The fircst trouble arose xt
vhen the co-chairmen for nsic,f
Alice Maunciple, '30. and Theo-
philus Prod ocos e, '30E, bee-me
confused and came to the conclu-
sion that they were ordering- pop- <
corn for the annual outing, of the
'niversity Choral Society.
Therefore, the two bands for
Sthat year-PFaul Whiteman and '~
Jean Goldkette - were not eon- .4
tacted until two days before the .
-dance. Rath were enae.%~~& '
{Whiteman later married.} O M E tdlf o ih r ac ilas
The J-Hop ConMMTTE-Sete lfitteeh ae athuslias
~on telfH with nnmusichan Joyce Atchison tchairmant and Ruth Campbell, with Margaret
3,721 popcorn balls, insu anmui ad- Price. Jun Burk, Bill Owsen, Nancy Cupples, Donna DeHarde and
,vanced state of deterioration. Jack Haywssard standing.
IN ADDITION, Jean Chriatophe, pheria Clashthought, 30, or- to the Folies Bergeres and a jumbo
=30, buildings chairman, rented a dered, through a clenical error,y assortment of picture postcards, in
rabbit hutch on S. Division St. 2t50, copies of Lady Chatterley's a plain wrapper.
instead of Waterman Gym. This Lover, in red morocco binding,
was attributed to myopia. Thcaddeus Stev ens, 30, ticket
Theproras caiman E caiman otaiedtwobo sets FOLLOWVIING this accumula-
The r amschaiman, u- casemn. obaine two x set ton of catavlsttph's, ticsCuomit-
> « } > > <s .:<> ".<t"c t c enmet onc lie eve of she J-Hop,
faceed ewisticsh prospct of 2,000:
adisi 'onls sold and no dance. Un-
II ED A KA ARh O S U IO der Marzipan's skillful uudance,l
V ~jihosweser, tht followimng remedial
mseasures were taken:
La ie ' C ust m 11 a The 51993-Ibis ,was held in
Sthse League Ballroom, which wsst
not then built.I
- Music was supplied by a local
orchestra. Fieice Rabinowaitz and
Etjrj Isis Lukewarms Eleven, who were
fknown far and wide in central
VWashtenaw County for their ren-
. -. ditio of'Constantinople in three
flats,"featuing .hnsado
," o tse banjo by Pierre himself.
f IN LIEU of the expected re-I
_freshmeists (thce chairmsans had re-
@ceived a consignment of suede
" wssedgies), the guess made shift
stits frtsit salad and Sterns a.
Spopular coisbination at the time.
O Those attending the dance did
@ not take kindly to this some-
- wshat unsatisfactory solution,
A lter nb i tout, when "Marzipan explained
tothsenm the necessity of keeping
2019 SOUTHITciATE PHONE' 2-',_ sienst bout the debacle, they
~ ~ ~ A swore a great oath of secrecy,
-- - - --- -- ---- -- --- - uad, amsid cheers, hoisted M-Naczi-
-___ pir to their shoulders, where,
by chance, a bucket of tar and
1 a rail were waiting,
j(The festivities concluded with
MAKE US A.OUR IIE.4IJQU.XRTER S good spirits on thce part of the
I guest' and tar oic most pasts of
for j Marzipan.

Black Future for Men Seen
hi. Ut .ffw~st1i( tI t C ods
".1s : ~cs Olt"Ic slkkits cic<H,111does thestdiffi-
c i .- 2 l cl c i "l o t f . c I nI s i s ui e i c s - I
.Itsrccs ,inbyurcossed. sst I- clsvso sisec.i'
WIt eis ,s, I t -; iis t: trcsc issid ,-l - ss m cstl t sake app'
cc'~h~ ' ss I le mcuan :,tuii ls. v s ice ic .'. (,l1;:, oi f asn applc.
iss reuk sly to discrsss'tr a11 'I'l ss e es,si ce latres. Ithey isave
1ot ,,cc at lass eichc o~lspas -earsocd cost o cok.
isas ;,,s snoIlting-of t ?ts.
co d c .:-sof cooking a5 meal. iILEMMBERING whast vseIsay:.
etI sodsinsnor ligh scisool, onw
AND TiHE WILY coeds aren'sto5j s cltook istsupont herself 50 i055'
sli ec. Thcey snake their best of an a css sn o surprise her Isusbauc
eduscatsi ionwish sas tasught them 5Hc s sc tur s red, all right, whlen.
to rout chcronmosonses aisd toleci I s wife puot a dreethered fowlt
ste TI. S. Eliot.,Iscver givin'ti themisssnto litosen---;'sd the gentle
s ihint on hoe' to msake l~ts'irbus- odor of 5 itksi" cicetrails reaches:I
any spcimsens edible. ?zsnoe
When quizzed on their cud- "Crockisct cousrses tsr girls a~en'-
iai-' prowesses, unmarried thsesoluion5," a student's wife de-
coeds usually answcered, "I don't elared. "The University should run
knsboss'o to cook, but I'll get thenc for" mens, because they do
by-buy a book on it," or 'Well I osost of. the cooking."
..Iavfiehabres"And hsamburgers they fix after ta x..E ff Dance
the nsinister has said the magic 7"-'=
wiords. "We lived on hot dogs and
canned spaghetti for three nmonths (1-t p y M e
Uiniversity students emerged Feiie JHpeswl e
from J-Hop 21~ tons heavier, as cac opybc oeo h
4411 lbs. of greasy bacon, 500 Icac opybc oeo h
dozen eggs, 4110 lbs. cold rolls, 1$7.50 plus that thseir dates shelled
4011 lbs. toast (saturated with out for the big shindig at the
yak-fat), and 500 lbs. olives' League's anscual "Pay-Ouff" dance
went down Ann Arbor throats at Saturday night. '
after - the - dance breakfasts, From 9 p.m. to msidnighit, tlc e
There was no estimate available g-als saill take thieir men to rehasc
on beverages consumed,
cte bitgaweekend.
jThce Pay-Off traditionssas e,-
after our sarriage." once student tablished someswhese in the dissc
vtecran'slsite inonchlsanitly ad- past. Mortair Board, swomesn's hon-
mitted. 'orary society, originmated thce idca
whichc was picked up by the
":THEN 31Y tUSBAND coulitds 5 eassle, 'lie men didn't object at
stand snore and he took over thec any timne.

S I K I E
SIKSCARFS
JEWELRY BOXES
TlIE INDIA ART SHlOP
3301 AYtNscssSTEETMcc

EASY, CONVENIENT SHOPPING
fo our TradeHooks
-'FICTIO0N
tow NON-FICTION
ko wJUVENI1LE
to oSTAPLE
t'SPORT
ko rMusIC
ko 'ETC.
CO NSBQOK SI RE
Niekels Arcade

TO THE CAMPUS NEWCOMER
Weoffer the folloi.1,1ng.
PHI LCO and G. E. RADIOS
HALCATR ISPHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES
AMATEUR RADIO SUPPLIES
GENERAL ELECTRIC TELEVISION
PURC ASE RADIO & CAMERA SilOP
Church of South University Phone 8696
W8EBQ W8RPMEMOWO

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan