Page Four, Section Two
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Monday Februnrv 9. 1951
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J-HOP COMMITTEE MEMBERS WERE GLAD
i-Hop Makers Dazed
This is a human interest story. PROBABLY the biggest prob-
It is the story of ten people lem was getting people to buy
who worked hard to make a suc- tickets. Men who were approached
cess. kept saying no Michigan woman
They worked for hours, days, was worth so much for one night,
weeks, in fact, even months, to and the committee finally had to
make their success. They would go out and, find some who were.
stop at nothing to succeed. They
connived, cajoled, bargained, loaf- - Another headache Involved
ed, cheated, cried, clowned, man- providing the silver so they
aged and slept. They did every- could make the pins they gave
thing people usually do to suc- out for favors. Ten residences
coed, and quite a few things that are planning to serve chicken-
people sometimes don't do. in-the-rough for the rest of the
year, but the committee says no
Friday, their success, J-Hop, one really minds. "Everyone was
1953, happened. Every one of so cooperative," their chairman
them came, and saw what they gurgled.
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aad done, andtshlay' were glad.
They had succeeded, and thou-
sands were happy with their
Happily huddled together in the
J-Hop booth at the TM building,
the ten found it hard to express
"We had our little problems,"
Dunn, chairman, commented, "but
everything finally worked out
"And as soon as we are free,"
Dunn said, "we shall probably
look for another affair to create.
We shall ever march onward and
upward, on the people's path, in-
to the setting sun."
Cohorts Shatter, Trometer, Rice,
MacIntyre, Magyar, Houck, Hal-
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shook their heads in agreement,
starting a spirited cadence.
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