TH E MIC HIGAN DAILY
Saturday, February 11, 1939
Page Twenty THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 11, 1939
Jakie Wanted To Go To That J-Hop,
But Law School Faculty Demurred
Jakie sat by his window. It was 9:30.
Already the crowd was beginning to
swirl by on foot, in taxis and on ice
skates. The people were on their way to
the J-Hop. Jakie has heard about it.
Like everyone else, Jakie wanted to go.
But Jakie did not have time. He had
a lot of work to do. School work.
He opened his books. He spent half
of his time closing his books, so he
thought he might as well spend the
other half of his time opening them.
As we said, Jakie wanted to go to the
J-Hop. He did not care about Count
Baise. Nor did he care about Henry
Busse. Jakie wanted to find out if he
could still dance. For it had been al-
most three years since Jakie had had
any entertainment at all.
You see, Jakie was a Law student, and
Law School opens a week before second
semester begins in the other schools on
Finally, Jakie cursed. He started to
study again. But under his breath, he
muttered, "Wait till these guys come
up before me when I am judge," he said
to himself. "Will I sap on the fines."
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plenty of reason for it. The girl came up for the Hop, wondering whether it
wouldn't be a good idea to call the whole thing off. But - as soon as she stepped
off the train and saw that smart, Van Boven clothed figure she decided to think
the thing over. And when he turned up Hop night looking like a University Lucius
Beebe (thanks to Van Boven but she didn't know that), why the girl made up her
mind then and there that Bill was tops.
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