________THE MICHIGAN DAILY
"A Balloon Debate," which will
decide which of seven prominent
people from history and litera-
ture is most worthy to be saved,
will be held by the International
Students Association at 7:45 p.m.
today in the Hussey Room of the.
The idea behind the debate is
that seven people are traveling in
an air-balloon which begins to
leak, says David Bunker, Grad.,
chairman of the ISA debates.. In
order to save all the travelers from
certain death it is necessary to
throw six out.
Each person will try to convince
the audience that he is the one
who should be saved. An audience
vote at the end of the debate will'
decide the question.
Those taking part are Beverly
Poole, special student, who will
represent. "Old Mother Hubbard;
Frank German, Grad., Helen of
Troy; Vincenzo Peri, Grad., Diony-
sus (Greek god of wine); Robert
McEntire, Grad., Orval Faubus;
Adnan Zein, Grad., Louis Pasteur;
Michael Bentwick, Grad., Moliere;
and Ian Davison, special student,
Henry VIII of England.
The debate is open to the public.
Coffee will be served at 7:15 p.m.
By SUE ROBINSON
J-Hop, the traditional between
semeste'r dance, will be held on
Tuesday, Feb. 4.
Ticket reservations for the dance
can be made at the Administration
Building, Dec. 16 to 18, says Linda
Genthe, '58, ticket chairman.
Last year the dance was held for
the. first time on a week night
instead of a weekend because of
changes in the school calendar.
The latest per of the year, 4 a.m.,
will again be issued for the dance
Reportedly the oldest social
event on campus,J-Hop originated
in February, 1877, when approxi-
mately 20 couples danced to a
This first "Junior Hop" and the
succeeding four were presented by
the juniors. However, the sixth
dance was taken over by a group
of fraternities who renamed it the
"Society Hop." But the juniors in
1883 came back to sponsor it once
more as the "Junior Social."
In 1900 the dance had record
attendance. Before that any man
who did not ha've a date from out-
of-town would stay at home.
J-Hop was an annual affair un-
til 1913 when a group composed
"partly of students and partly of
local riff-raff" crashed the dance
causing 425 damage and injuries
to a janitor. Because of this the
1914 J-Hop was banned.
However, popular demand caused
the tradition to be resumed during
World War I and a miniature
dance was held in the Union.
By 1920 J-Hop was once more an
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The annual Career Conference
sponsored by Scroll, Mortar Board
and Senior Society, senior wom-
en's honoraries, will be held from
1 to 4 p.m., Saturday, December 7,
at the League.
Mary Frances Jones, '58 Ed,
president of Scroll, announced
that members of these honoraries
and members of Theta Sigma Phi,
women's journalism honorary, will
act as hostesses.
Guests representing library, tele-
phone, journalism, insurance, de-
partment"stores, advertising agen-
cies and bank jobs will speak.
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represented are: governmental
physical therapy, radio and tele-
vision, airline hostessing, biologi-
cal research, counseling, social
work and armed services.
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