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Saturdav. Februarv 12 98

T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY

Page Nine

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Why People Go To J--Iop
tivations behind Hop attendance are 8. "Because I got kicked out of my
H ere's Inside these, says Spieg, in order of fre- rooming house yesterday and didn't
quency: have any place to spend the week-
D o e Straight 1. "Because I may get expelled as end."
o e soon as exam marks are in." 9. "It's the only way I could get a
Fr S e l 2. "Because there's nothing good on
From1 ~pegei on the radio tonight."
3. "So I'd have something interest- Confidence Man
ing to put in a letter home." (Note:
In a confidential poll conducted Translated from the original Greek,
among J-Hop guests by the Daily'a this means a new reason for needing
confidential poll department (headed money -J S.)
by J. Spiegel, well-known confidence 4" Because I'm a rottei dancer and
man), it was discovered that the ma- the floor's so crowded at the J-Hop
jority of those attending the brawl that nobody notices it."
do so for other reasons than those 5. "Because I was afraid somebody
generally given. When asked what else might take my girl. As a matter
were the reasons generally given, Mr. of fact, somebody else did. This is a
Spiegel dug his toe in the carpet and 'lind date I'm with."
coyly refused to divulge them. 6. Because I thought my room
Anyway, Investigator Spiegrl's mate's tux would fit me.">
fact-finding committee reports the 7. "I was driving through town on
following tabulations as a result of my way to Bad Axe and got caught in -
its research activities. The real mo- the traffic jam. How do I get out?" 1
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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ...
(Guys and gals) ... the night is all
yours! Yours to frolic . . . yours to
play . . . and have a whole lot of
that old F. U. N. fun. Remember,
people, J-Hop comes but once a
year . . . so it's up to you to make
the most of it while it lasts-to the
tune of lovely ladies . . . top hat,
white tie, and tails ... Kay Kyser . .
. and Jimmy Dorsey!
BUT INTERMISSION calls for
a few suggestions (?) from your
gadding correspondent . . . s'cuse
plize! But does "Monday" seem to
call up anything particular to your
partied minds? (Nope, not refer-
ring to classes) Well, if you've real-
ly forgotten . . . it's Valentine's
Day! Sh-h! She'll never know it
even slipped your mind! Just trot
down to CALKINS-FLETCHERS
cosmetic department tomorrow
and select one of those red Valen-
tine hearts-all velvety and satin
. . . cushioning, in all its glory,
a bottle of Mary Dunhill Gar-
denia perfume! It's prfectly stun-
ning ... it's entrancingly odorifer-
ous . .. and it's a "sure" for mak-
ing her YOUR valentine! Or I
might also suggest a new compact
watch ... very new, my friend.. .
in a variety of colors ... and small
enough to slip into HER purse!
WHEN J-HOP COMES, I always
say, can Spring be far behind ...
it may seem a little blustery now-
aways ... but t'won't be long be-
fore you'll be thinking about
Spring . . . new Spring suits . . .
and all that goes with it! And then
it's DILLON SHOP time! ... time
to look over their new stock of the
latest mannishly tailored suits ...
pin-stripes . . . gabardines and
everything! Even the men will
have to go some to beat these in
smartness and fit. The Duke of
Windsor is a super this season .. .
cute tucked shoulders . . . very
fitted back! Another "in" is the
plain skirt and checked jacket
combination . . . for sports wear
don't you know! And for the truly
feminine there's always luscious
pastel tweeds. I'd start looking
kind'a soon . . . 'cause time's
a'wastin'.
AND SPEAKING of Spring ...
usually means speaking of sporting
days . .. cavorting days . .. and
general informality! That's what

makes it so much fun! And tho'
she may be informal, Milady of
Michigan must still be at the peak
of fashion . . . so it's KESSELS
CAMPUS SHOP ... for a beige or
blue flannel sports dress . . . shirt-
style blouse and a fitted tailored
skirt with a good-looking pigskin
belt! Quite the proper thing these
days . . . fine for the classroom,
golf-course and streetswear . . .
perfect with either spectator
pumps or Jo-college "saddles."
HEADLINES are always "tops"
in importance . . . so says the news
reporter . . . and you too have
probably found it so! Well, the
same thing goes in the realm of
coiures... and you'll find it's the
difference between a goon girl and
a campus cutie ... a "co-ed" and
an M-sweetheart! Catch? Well,
then be very wise, leetle gals .. .
and make appointments regularly
at the DI MATTIA BEAUTY
SHOP. It's there you'll find the
best in coiffures . . . best in new
ideas for cute curls in odd places
...and best for creating smart
attractive headlines.
MENDELSSOHN had the proper
spirit . . . and confetti and orange
blossoms do their part . . . now all
that is needed is the filmy, flowing
wedding veil and the bridesmaids
hats. No doubt there is a wedding
to take place in the near future ...
maybe your own, maybe a very
close friend's . . . perhaps you're
to be a bridesmaid . . . whatever
the situation may be . . .whatever
the inspiration . . . it's JUNE
GREY'S HAT STUDIO that
creates the "top notes." June can
create wedding veils and brides-
maids' caps with originality and
distinctiveness that just can't be
beaten.
AFTER the strains of "Good
Night Ladies" and once more a
J-Hop draws to a close-don't for-
get to stop in at the PARROT for
a snack-get the whole gang to-
gether-and on the way home or
on the way back to the house-
party festivities ... top off the eve-
ning with a Parrot repast. All the
J-Hoppers will be there and Al says
it's going to be very gay . . . with
much fun and lollypops! Inciden-
tally, you won't be forgetting those
coke dates for ten and three this
next semester ... I'll be looking for
you! Nite !

J. SPIEGEL
date with a Delta Gamma girl."
(Note: That's what he thinks.-J.S.)
10. "Because my colored shirts are
all in the laundry."
11. "I won a ticket in a crap game
with the Hop Committee." (Note: The
Hop Committee members all indig-
nantly deny this. They claim it was
poker dice. -J. S.)
12. "So I could dance to Paul White-
man. Yes, I know he isn't here, but
I brought alongmy portable phono-
graph."
A separate poll was conducted
among women guests by the tireless
Mr. Spiegel. His findings among co-
eds on "Why I came to the J-Hop"
ire likewise of great significance, ac-
cording toSpiegel. Needless to say,
they follow:
1. "Because it's a swell chance to
make some poor fish spend money."
No other reasons were given, ac-
cording to Mr. Spiegel.
Investigator Spiegel reports that
he could name 20 more reasons for
attending theJ-Hop if he wished
(well, two or three anyway). "But,"
he says, "why should I put all my
chestnuts in one fire? We may need
some copy for next year's J-Hop
x'ra."

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