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PAGE EIGHT.

THE M CNIGAN (DAILY

FRIDAY, JANUARY I+

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JANUARY 1

MEMO TO ALL STUDENTS.Next week, beginning Wednesday,
Jan. 19th, Bay's Arcade Jewelry Shop, No. 16 Nickel's Arcade,
are holding a history making sale of Costume Jewelry.
This event will feature jewelry gift items priced from $1.00 to $2.00.
They are introducing this event at this time to give you something
very special during the student holiday;; for J-Hop and
Valentine gifts. As always, Bay's will gift box and gift wrap
your gift purchase.

SALE!
Costume Jewelry 30% off
Ropes, Earrings, Bracelets, Pins,
Necklaces and Sets.
Van Dye's
215 East Uberty
NO 3-1319

J-Hop Weekend Events Include
Dance, Open Houses, Breakfast
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CLASSIFIED ADS ARE SURE-FIRE RESULT GETTERS

MACSHORE CLASSICS
Advertised
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Pick a Pretty Blouse
What a wonderful thing to do to a blouse . . . the way
MACSHORE veers the tucking towards a trimly tabbed
mandarin neck. In wrinkle resistant broadcloth in white,
blue, beige, mint, pink. Sizes 30 to 38.
Just on of many new Spring Bouses
THE HANDY CLUTCH OF LEATHER at $2.95 a
Many colors-
PULL-ON GLOVES $2
CAM PUS- TOGGE RY
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Just 2 blocks from main shop .
Don't forget our
JANUARY CLEARANCE
at Both Shops a
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Couples will twirl to the music
of Tommy Dorsey and his orches-
tra from 9 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. Fri-
day, Feb. 4, as they dance in the
South Pacific atmosphere of the
1955 J-Hop.
Alternating with Tommy and
his brother Jimmy, the Command-
ers will also provide the downbeat
during the festive e-. ening.
Arrayed in gay formal dress,
coeds -nd their dates will enter
the Intramural Building through
the spotlighted and canopied en-
trance, to be greeted by Hawaiian
girls.
After receiving a baby orchid
and the special J-Hop favor, the
couples will move to the decorated
ballroom. A deep blue false ceiling
with twinkling stars will look down
on the dancers.
Tropical fountains with running
water and goldfish will grace the
corners of the room, with potted
plants and palms lining the walls.
In keeping with the Bali Hai
theme, thatched huts, palm trees
and sandy beaches will appear on
the murals lining the walls.
Decorations on the two band-
stands will extend to band mem-
bers themselves, who will wear
Hawaiian leis. Leis and tropical
backdrops will also be provided in
the obby for couples wishing to
have souvenir pictures taken.
Thirsty dancers will find re-
freshments available at a thatched
hut near the ballroom, while cou-
ples wishing to "sit one out" may
take advantage of the booths set
up by the IHC and many of the
fraternities.
Coeds are asked not to wear
flowers.
Tickets for the dance, selling
for $7 per couple, will be available
from 1 to 5 p.m. today in the Ad-
ministration Building and on the
Diagonal. Beginning Monday, they
will be sold in the Office of Stu-

-Daily-John Hirtzel
LAST MINUTE PLANS -- Members of the 1955 J-Hop central
committee, Lou Kwiker, finance, Gene Cohen, booths, and Jim
Wills, buildings and grounds, look over plans for the dance,
to be held from 9 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 4.

dent Organizations in the Admin-
istration Building.
The J-Hop tickets will admit
couples to several other activities
during the weekend.
Open Houses...
Decorations revolving about the
central theme of "Alice in Mod-
ernland" will transformy Lane Hall
into a land of modern fantasy for
the J-a fop open houses to be held
from 9 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. Friday,
Feb. 4 and from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Saturday, Feb. 5.
Entertainment during the eve-
ning will include both square and

TIME OUT:
Union Will End Semester
With Annual Bluebook Ball

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Closing the semester in tradi-
tional fashion, the Union will
sponsor Bluebook Ball from 9 p.m.
until midnight Saturday in the
Union Ballroom.
As a special feature of the eve-
ning, Al "Wildcat" Wahl and
Dawn Waldron will provide inter-
mission entertainment. Wahl and
his guitar have become a legend in
campus circles because of his un-
usual style of presenting a song.
Red Johnson and his musical
aggregation will offer music for
listening and dancing. Johnson not
only plays piano with the organi-
zation, but does all the arranging.
Featured on tenor sax with the
band is Mal Campbell, with South-
ard "Buzz" Busdicker on lead alto
sax and Bob Brandzel on third alto
sax.
Bass, Drum Rhythm
A bass and Jim Pullin on drums
will provide rhythm while Don
McComas and Jack Straub will
play first and second trumpet re-
spectively.

social dancing, card games, ping
pong, lummie sticks and TV.
Refreshments consisting of a
breakfast of rolls and coffee will
be served. A slight charge will be
made for the breakfast.
Students attending the affairs
will find informal dress appropri-
ate.
The Lane Hall J-Hop open
houses have become a tradition at
the University. The open-houses,
which are free, are all-campus af-
fairs planned especially for those
students not attending the dance.
Co-chairnen of this year's event
are Joyce Long and Pete Fader.
Breakfast .
J-Hop breakfast will be served
from 2:15 a.m. to 3:15 a.m. on
Feb. 5 at West Quadrangle for all
residents of the three quads and
their dates.
Juice, scrambled eggs, ham and
coffee will be brought to the cou-
ples by the West Quad staff. Last
year, breakfast was served at East
Quad with South Quad holding it
the year before.
Inter-House Council, which is
sponsoring the breakfast, has
priced tickets at $1.25 per person.
Tickets will be on sale until Jan.
27 at the main desk of each quad.
Caduceus Ball
Lincoln's birthday will be
celebrated by medical students
and their dates at the Cadu-
ceus Ball from 10 p.m. to 1
a.m. Saturday, Feb. 12, in the
Union Ballroom.
Red Johnson and his or-
chestra will perform for the
dance sponsored by Galens, an
honorary medical society. In
addition, Galen members will
present a skit during intermis-
sion. Reginal Pugh is chair.
man of the affair.

Jim Harrington will handle the
bass trombone and Mickey Mc-
Wood will vocalize with the group.
Decorations planned by Fred
Zechman and Al Drebin will ap-
propriately carry out the academic
theme. A false ceiling and enor-
mous cartoons of classroom situa-
tions will transform the Ballroom.
Bluebook Autographs
In the center of the dance floor
will be the gigantic bluebook which
couples attending the Ball auto-
graph semi-annually.
Program chairmen, Steve Shlan-
ta and Loren Singer, have design-
ed tiny bluebooks to be given to all
who attempt to forget "bluebook
blues" at the dance.
Tickets for the evening are
priced at $1.50 per couple.
Harvey Rutstein, Union dance
chairman, has been aided in plan-
ning the dance by Don Seltz, Ron
Ritzler, Shlanta, Singer, Drebin
and Zechman.

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