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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Nine Students Plan 1950 I-Hop Festivities
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Juniors, Seniors, Grads
To Apply for Tickets
Beginning Tomorrow
Bands, tickets, favors, finances-
these are the topics of conversa-
tion among J-Hop committee
members as they prepare for the
presentation of the biggest dance
of the year.
Ticket chairmen Abby Funk and
Leo Wasserberger have already
made arrangements for J-Hop res-
ervations. Tickets may be reserved
for Feb. 9 or 10 by applying from
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. tomorrow
through Thursday at the Admini-
stration Building.
JUNIORS, seniors and graduate
students may apply this week but
the members of the Class of '52, in
accordance with their status as
sponsors of the dance, will be
given first preference when the
reservation list is prepared.
Wasserberger and Miss Funk
have asked students to bring a
one cent stamp and their ID
cards when applying for a tic-
ket.
Reservations will be mailed to
the applicants and can be ex-
changed for tickets during the first

SHADES OF PAUL BUNYAN:
Forestry Students To Import
Red Pines for Annual Dance

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TICKET TABULATION-General chairman of J-Hop, Don
Downie, observes Leo Wasserberger and Abby Funk, ticket co-
chairmen,,as they make final preparations for the reservation of
tickets which will begin tomorrow.
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week of classes after Christmas va- supervision of all J-Hop committee
cation. activities. He presides at meetings
* * which are held twice weekly, works
ASSISTING the ticket sub-com- with all the chairmen and assumes
mittee is Don Downie, general ultimate responsibility for the
chairman. His job includes the committee's work.
{ ,"Carol Eagle, in charge of mu-
sic, is at present corresponding
with musicians and agents to
determine the price and quality
of the nation's leading dance
gay candle to bands.
She reports that the committee
ndle her love! has not yet decided on the orches-
tra but, following the J-Hop tradi-
tion, two name bands will occupy
the IM building stands to provide
continuous music Friday and Sat-
urday evenings.
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Shades of the northwoods will
be seen at the annual Paul Bun-
yan formal to be presented from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 13
in the Waterman and Barbour
Gymnasiums.
Members of the Forestry Club
are today importing species of
red pine trees (pinus resinosa)
from the school forest near Por-
tage Lake. The trees are to be
used in the decorations for the
most informal formal of the year.
Also among the decorations- of
Yule Program
To Be Given{
By GleeClub
The University of Michigan
Women's Glee Club will present its
annual Christmas concert at 8:15
Tuesday, in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre,
The program will feature con-
temporary music. The group will
be directed by Mrs. Jeannette
Floyd Estep. Miss Arlene Sollen-
berger, instructor in voice in the
school of Music, contralto, and
Miss Patricia Pierce, instructor in
piano, will be guest artists.
The opening presentation will be
'Noels' from the 'Shepherd's Story,'
by Dickenson. The first group of
songs are entitled 'To the Mother'
and will include a solo by Miss
Ellen Traxler.
The second group, entitled 'To
the Child,' will be presented by past
members of the Glee Club and Miss
Traxler as soloist. Miss Alice
Woodley will also sing a solo ac-
companied by Miss Marilyn Palm,
violinist. The group will be con-
cluded with a 14th century carol
with Sunhild Rauschkolb as solo-
ist.
The third group of songs will be
'To the Worship'. It will include
five songs by Miss Sollenberger as
soloist accompanied by Miss Pierce.
The concluding group will be 'To
the Holiday'. Miss Virginia Ross,
will be the incidental soloist in
the Waring arrangement of 'Be-
hold That Star'. Other soloists will
be Miss Mary Lou Jones and Miss
Patricia Herman.
Officials Club To Hold
Coed Cagers Session
Organizational meeting for the
basketball section of the Officials
Club will be at 5 p.m. tomorrow at
the WAB.
It is not necessary to be a mem-
ber of the other sections of the club
to be a member of this group. Pre-
vious experience is not required.
Activities include practical ex-
perience and (discussions on of-
ficiating techniques and rules.
6 Shopping Days
Till Christmas

the dance, which will feature the
music of Paul Lavoie and his or-
chestra, will be the longest bar in C
Ann Arbor.
INTERMISSION between dan-
ces, during which calked boots
must be placed on the sidelines,
will feature a tried and true saw-
ing contest in which three couples
will participate. In addition there
will be a game of "Guth or Con-
sequences" which will feature a
forester by the name. of Guth.
Prizes will be awarded to all con-
testants in addition to the door
prize and the reward going to the
student guessing the correct num-
ber of pine scales on display in
the Administration Building.
Members of the Forestry Club
will be selling corsages made of
white cedar (Thuja Occidental-
is) and decorated with red rib-
bons and cones of white spruce,
(Picea glauca).
TICKETS FOR the dance will
go on sale tomorrow in the Ad-
ministration Building, East and l
W e s t Quadrangles, fraternity
houses and co-ops.
Honored guest at the dance will
be that man of might and main,
Paul Bunyan, and the presence of
this almighty creature of the
woods demands that attending
couples practice the art of "rolling
their own," when it comes to cig-
arettes.
Resident Hall
To SlateTea
Residents of Mosher Hall will be
entertained at a Christmas tea
today from 2 to 5 p.m. put on by
the sophomore class.
Shirley Mueller will be in charge
of the style show to be presented
by the freshman class. The style
show will center around a Christ-
mas vacation theme.
Guests will include Ethel A. Mc-
Cormick, social director of the
League; the League Council, the
Judiciary Council and the As-
sembly Association.

EVERY DAY
IS SUIT DAY
... when the suit's an Everlure!
Wallace Everlures are smooth-
styled in a rayon suiting you can
wear whatever the calendar reads.
This one features initial buttons
by La Mode, a convertible
Peter Pan collar, curving yoke
and pockets. Sizes 10 to 20.
17.95
ANN ARBOR
MAIN AT LIBERTY

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THE COMMITTEE'S publicity
man, Jim Kemper, has been con-
tacting pictorial magazines in the
hope of securing national coverage
of the dance. He keeps in touch
with local newspapers and is in
charge of the distribution of band
posters.
When the final ticket list is
compiled Kemper will send
names of women attending J-
Hop to their hometown news-
papers.
Professional decorators will
transform the IM Building into. a
ballroom appropriate to the formal
weekend. Booths reserved for dor-
mitories, fraternities, sororities and
campus organizations will line
three walls of the large'room.
JOAN BEEMAN is head of deco-
rations and Bob Lawson will take
charge of the booths.,
Chairman of programs and pa-
trons, Barbara Blair, will present a
selection of programs and favors
and a list of patrons for the com-
the souvenir favors have included
decks of playing cards encased in
leather, bronze beer mugs, bottles
of cologne and leather picture
frames.
Tulane Itkoff is chairman of
building and grounds and Jack
Hamer, will direct finances.

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What a delightful way to fete the light of your
life! Elizabeth Arden's jewel-topped Perfumair
(won't leak, won't spill) ... with a choice of
these great Elizabeth Arden perfumes : Blue
Grass, Night and Day, It's You, White Orchid;
On Dit, and My Love.
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SOUTH STATE AT NORTH UNIVERSITY

Nejelltting

.BINNEY MRNLEY

Second Mari-Watker Model Candidate

" 6 s~tl for the Junior Miss and her charming mom
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Engaging Binney Manley, Kappa
Alpha Theta, is the model this
Sunday. She is a senior in L S & A
from Roanoke, Virginia.
Her major is sociology.
One of the many beautiful formals
at Marti-Walker's, this breath-
taking gold-dotted beige net gown
bolstered by taffeta and net
underskirts . . . 39.95.
Marti-Walker - your
campus representative for
Mademoiselle clothing.

As seen
in this month's
Modemoiselle,
page 69

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Miss Manley is the second of a series
of models featuring Mademoiselle clothing.
At the end of the series, the
Marti-Walker Model will be chosen.

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