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February 07, 1955 - Image 14

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THr- WMA K t S AI!

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Pae oumTIEAAt i fA1t FvA a *3~I4 L Y M IJonday, February 7. 1955

Hawaiian Isles Theme Sparks Annual J-Hop

Bali fH'ai Scene Starts
Weekend of Celebration
The University's most festive
weekend of the year was climaxed
Friday night with the 1955 J-Hop 4
"Bali Hai" when Tommy and Jim-
my Dorsey and their orchestra
played for 1300 dancing couples.
Decorated in a Hawaiian Island
motif, the Intramural Building
was the scene of the year's long- h
est dance, where music 'was pro-s
vided until 2:30 a.m. Amidst palmh
trees and murals depicting scenes
of the sunny South Sea Islands,
booths set up by fraternities and
men's dormitories allowed guests .
to relax bEtwe..n dances..
Late 'Per, .
The long weekend in which wo- ....
men were allowed 4 a.m. permis- >g"::; .
sion following the Hop, and 2 a.m.
permission Saturday, included
swimming at the new women's
pool, ice skating and tobaganning, COUPLES RELAX DURING FIVE-HOUR DANCE
and Saturday night dancing at
the Union. ing the rooming systems in those vided constantly, and refresh-
Fraternity houses and men's houses. ments were furnished in the lobby
quads were the scene of tradi- Parties by men's honoraries. The long eve-
tional "breakfasts" following the For many couples, the J-Hop ning was one of fun and romance,
dance Friday, providing a grand dance itself was only a stopping
finale to the evening's activities. off place between rounds of par- the loneand le hours Only
Many women invaded fraternity ties some of which lasted the nce a year does such a large part
houses for the weekend and their whole weekend of the student body don dress
male friends moved out to allow For all of those attending the clothes and meet in one place for
the ladies the privilege of inspect- dance, however, music was pro- a five hour dance,
:sss
ftioyhnq

Complete List of All Couples
Attending '56 J-Hop Given
The following is a complete list
of the couples who attended the William J. Barton and Mary Ellen
annual J-Hop: Galvin; John Barrows and Nancy
Bill Adams and Lyn Laviolette; Lawyer; John ,Barth and Marion
WBiam Adams and Keitha Aner- Herbert; Paul Barth and Joan
William Adams and Keitha Ander- Herbert; Robert Barth and Eliza-
son; Gary Adelman and Deane beth Snyder; John Richard Bart-
Meismer; Murli C. Advani and lett and Nan Sue Balcom; Fred
Clara Schein; Lyle H. Albrant and Baumgartner and Joan Melges;
Mary Ellen Goulish; William Al- Rolla Baumgartner and Barb Lue-
ger and Sherry Page; Saadoon Al- ders; John Baxter and Nadine
Kassab and Marilyn Rosenthal; Leach; Philip Beach and Barbara
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Allison; Mr. Lowe; Benjamin Bean and Judy
and Mrs. Charles M. Allmand; Jose Lewis; Kenneth Beard and Jean
AlmaJose and Josefina Reinante; Beard; Fred Beaver 4nd Joan Heti
Eugene Alpern and Natalie Grod- den; Martin Belser and Candace
nik; Dick Alstrom and Sue Gar- Huber; Jonathon Bell and Nancy
field; Burton Alter and Leatrice Kurtz; Carlos Benavides and Nan-
Perlman; Douglas Amacher and cy Greenhoe; Jerry Benson and
Mary McClutchey; Clifford F. An- Nancy Burns; James Berg and
derson and Dorothy S. Anderson; Laura Salmon; J o e 1 Berger
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Anderson; and Shirley Crooc- Tom Berglund
John Douglas Andrews and Reta L. and Jill Kent; William Berinstein
McLaughlin; Willis W. Andrews and Barbara Hexter; William Ber-
and Ruth Robertson; William An- lin and Barbara Goahag; Robert
gell and Sharon Rae Connolly; Berner and Mary Alice Fast; Stan-
Leo Angelos and Carol Wagar; Art ley Bernstein and Carole Portney;
Angood and Shirley Steen; Frank Conrad Bernys and Mary Bernys;
E. Arens and I:ancy K. Farrell; Stephen Betteridge and Judy
Herbert Arkin, Jr., and Kaye Frankenfield; Fred Bevis and
Leighton; Alan Arms and Margery Alice Richards; Kent Biel and
Milks; Davis Arnold and Barbara Marcia Ballagh; Stan Bielby and
Stauffer; Hap Atherton and Janel Nancy Howe; George Bihler and
Plankell; Curt Atkisson and Kath- Sue Martin; Robert Bilton and
erine Hamilton; Eric Aupperle and Margaret S. VIoreland; Ward Bis-
Nancy Jach; Gerald Avrin and sell and Jeanne Bessette; Fred
Leila Kopstein. Bjork' and Sue Strahle; Dalton
Black and Jane Wolter; Gordon
DAVE BAAD AND GERTRUDE Black and Joyce Mendenhall;
GIGLE, James Baad and Wanda John Blaser and Carol Luman,
Harris; Bruce Bacon and Betty George and Dolores Bleekman;
Jane Thompson; Douglas Bailey Tom Bleha and Ruth Barrons;
and Sally Steenhusen; Michael Richard Bloss and Betsy Palmer;
Baity and Diane Pans; James Roger Boesky and Judy Matthews;
Bakeman and Maryanne Sinclair; Richard Bogg and Kathy Nyland.
Dale Baker and Nancy Somers; er; Bill Bohnsack and Naenette
Gary Baker and Karen Snyder; Gunther; James Booth and Dor-
Garrett Bakkee and Dolores Hel- thea Becker; Robert Borst and
ferman; Kirk Balcom and Donna Barbara Howlett; Boyd Bosma and
Stimson; Carl Ray Balduf and Yvonne Boston; Fred Bowdle and
Nancy Gillespie; Craig Ballinger June Thompson; Richard Bowen
and Shirley Malloy; Charles Ban- and-Patricia Meinke; Robert Lee
croft and Dolores Greig; Charles Boshoven and Carol Prins; Rich.
Baraf and Joan Gallancy; Gordon ard Boudreau and Anne LaVallee;
Barnes and Judy Sweet; Jim Bar- Dave Bowers and Shelley England;
ger and Mary Rupp; John Barker Gerald Boyd and Karen Kimberly;
and Marilyn Shoares; Bernard Robert Boyd and Sharon Vinceont;
Barroweliff and Carol Griesing; (Continued on Page 5)

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