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Weather Question
Rain or shine, it still Has anybody taken a drink
means taxis! of ginger ale yet?
Saturday, February 10, 1940 THE M I C H I G A N DAILY Vol L. Price: 10 Cents
PRO CLAMATTON
WHEREAS, the good young people in attendance at WHEREAS, the men are dissatisfied with the women the way from wherever they came for a big time deserve
the 1941 J-Hop, and the good old people in attendance at (justifiably) and the women are dissatisfied with the something more than a few sips of ginger ale and six or
same J-Hop, plus any other good and any not so good men (likewise), and, seven taxi rides, and,
people present in the Intramural Building at midnight, WHEREAS, we all need a change anyhow,
Friday, Feb. 9, 1940, have evinced a desire for a more
a half bucks to romp around the gym, when they can get THEREFORE, LET IT BE RESOLVED, that, at the
perfect ife and,
a locker for just a couple of bucks which includes towels stroke of midnight, all those present at the 1941 J-Hfop
WHEREAS, it is generally agreed that a more perfect and all, should get something for their dough, and, will be magically transported to a Utopian land, where
life cannot be wholly achieved within the finite bounds of everything is as Yow ant it, said land to be known as
this present world, and, WHEREAS, the gals who came to Ann Arbor town all JAYHOPMANIA.
Chairman Harwood And His Guest
Committees .!Midnight Sees
In This
Lead Exodus Issueransmutation
To New Land sInto A Utopia
Read About -Jo s n o L
Harwood And Mary Abendroth C r nJ-Hoppers 'Sent,' To New Land
Will Head Mass Emigration CongressIn . . . . - By T. Dorsey And T. Fio Rito;
Followed By 3,000 J-Hoppers Men I n .-- . -. - Murphy, Vandenberg Are Patrons
University In The greatest mass transformation
trumpets roll at the magic midnight The Thawte r In . . in history took place in the Intra-
hour when J-Hoppers are whisked off mural Building at midnight last
to Jayhopmania to live the perfect InWhere ? ? ? night before the amazed eyes of 3,-
carefree life, the J-Hop committee- 000 people who had assembled for
men and their escorts or escortees hAI I n -the 1941 J-Hop.
(choose one) will lead the mass exo- At the stroke of 12, thee as a
dus e o lsudden silence, the music ceased, the
Jhn Harwood, general chairman, a Lop m a a dancers paused as the entire group
JllhnveHaroodAeneralthaofial-was magically transported to a fairy
will have Mary Abendroth of Mil- Utopian world where everything is
waukee, Wis., as his guest. Miss Ab- JOHN HARWOOD MARY ABENDROTH perfect: Jayhopmania. There, the
women were beautiful, the men were
,ndroth would not divulge what her
dress would be, and it is thought that Fraternities Committeemen Made Hop What handsoeadteeernodr-"
she is planning to surprise the gath- ve rcrs twsjs ieadem
ering with some dazzling creation. POHarwood Leads Hop
Brown And Rowe Plan atiesIs DIame It iTeerYouti h Athe head of the new world, was
Peter Brown, co-chairman ofJn Harwood, the J-
booths, will escort Jean Rowe of For eIHop committee and his guest, Mary
Northwestern University. Miss Rowe o r W ee e U A short three months ago, a cer- days he was the most popular man on Abendroth of Milwaukee, Wis., On.
is also keeping her gown a secret. It tain group of characters stole a few the campus as every freshman, soph- the council to assist him in running
is tlo ehoednghatr isgRow a nd.identification cards, rounded up both omore and senior said hello. Then things as they should be run were:
is to be hoped that Miss Rowe and Many Are Optimistic, Expect their friends and went marching to 1,350 tickets were sold and people Janet Sibley, programs chairman,
sme azndgh craton s. Mari T o DoT n a smashing victory at the polls. stopped talking to him. Betty Ann Cattell and Peggy Cor-
Zmeke dazzling creations. Marie To Do Things InAfternoon' Now look around. Thirteen of them Paul Johnson, building: he comes nelius, heads of the patrons commit-
of GeorgeRoyal Oakwillfav rsbethairmguest Question-Will They Get Up? are, committee members whom you from Grand Haven and says that tee; William Kramer, tickets; Paul
Miss Zemke has not announced her can praise 'f you like this dance, or Benny McCoy is the second most Johnson and James Tobin, co-chair-
final gown selection. It is to be hoped Scavenger hunts, sleigh rides, in- damned if you don't. prominent man in that metropolis. men of the building committee, Don-
etc. formal dances, toboggan parties and Here they are, outlined biograph- Won't divulge the most prominent. ald Wirtchafter, publicity; Peter
Janet Sibley, program chairman, dinner parties will carry over the ically. If you don't like the Hop Margaret Cornelius, patrons: she Brown and Russell La Belle, heads
will have as her guest, Robert Shipp spirit generated by the J-Hop as fra- you'll have to discover the names of answers to "hey" or "Peggy" cause of the booths committee; William.
ofl Grand ais.Ms Sbey whil ternities continue their weekend of their parents yourself, "no one calls me Margaret except my Har doecorations; Gorge Rueble,
wear pink net, with a contrasting joy Saturday and Sunday. John Harwood, general chairman: teachers and stuff." This is her first faosadGronHry -ad
bodice of silver lace, Janet Lewin, Acacia will have a sleigh ride in he was president of Phi Etc. Sigma, J-Htop although lots of other funny The means of transportation by
'43, guest of Donald Wirtchafter, pub- the afternoon and a scavenger hunt of Triangle and a member of Kappa things have happened to her. which the group was whisked from
licity chairman, will wear rose velvet at night. Alpha Kappa Lambda and Kappa Psi and Theta Xi. Two more Cattell As Cavell the Building to JayhopatedI has not
fashioned with a dirndl skirt and Alpha Rho Chi will get together for societies and he'll be able to trans- Betty Ann Cattel, patrons:a futuren dBuil mindo Jaypm tit ais ru-
abort puffed sleeves. Her accessories a sports party and an informal dance. late the Iliad on his own. Edit Caet he may tkn ple of bendethherned aset biti Tru-
will be gold. An informal dinner and dance Sat- "Ersatz" Brown practice at the Hop, taking care of
Hey wt a c urday afternoon will entertain Psi Peter Brown, booths: an embryo all the headaches that are generated my Dorsey and 'ed Flo Rito.
Heavy, white alpaca crepe, is the Upsilon and its guests while Sigma chemical engineer, he practised the from the dance. Taking their place as elders in the
choice of Dorothy Gilliam, 41, guest Alpha Epsilon, after having a formal construction of enough booths to seat William Harrison, decorations: he new land were more than 200 patrons,
of James Tobin, co-chairman of dinner Friday night, will have an 2,700 people by ersatz. He likes the won't talk. None of his Sigma Nu headed by Supreme Court Justice
building. Miss Gilliam's gown is cut informal dance in the evening. Al- word so well that when asked where fraternity brothers will talk. Either Frank Murphy, Senator and Mrs.
with a very full skirt topped by a pha Sigma Phi has the sae pro- someone is he replies fiendishly they're dumb or they just won't talk. Vandenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
coral bodice and white bolero jacket.gram planned ersatz him." It's probably the latter. His past re- Dewey, and President and Mrs. Alex-

Kramer And Shulman It'll be the outdoors for Alpha Tau George Ruehle, favors: he'll be mains a mystery. ander Grant Ruthven.
William Kramer, tickets chairman, Gordon Hardy, music: he is a flut- Some Dismay Tilt
will accompany Ruth Shulman, '42.O gan aty go, hen aseo ad nd only ibsktbal oach hen- ist (an instrumentalist not a politi- Despite the marvelous assets of
Miss Shulman will wear white chif- thon party ithde atnn and e ostere sn't onhe o tea cian). Met T. Dorsey in Chicago Jayhopmania and the general jdy to
ci-then finish with a dance in the eve- trons. A reserve on the cage team jyt
fon, with a contrasting girdle of sil- . last year and sent him a personal be away from the world of blue-books
ver sequins. Helen Barnett, '41, will formal atmosphere with a formal ston Saturday night, he's got to letter asking him to play for this and eight oclocks and keeping hours,
attend the ball with Paul Johnson, dinner Saturday evening. choose between courting the "girl J-Hop. He thinks that turned the there was a little dismay noticeable
dinnerSaturaynevningchoosibetwenlcortingthe "i i finsdob t
co-chairman of building. Plaid taf- The Kappa Nu's have a dance from home" and the basketball court, tide. His friends doubt it. at having to leave the splendor of
feta with red, grograin ribbon trim or Saturday night while Janet Sibley, programs: she's in- Russell LaBelle, booths: he is from the Intramural decorations. The cen-
is Miss Barnett's choice. the Kappa Sigmas will go skiing in terested in social service work, hopes Pittsburgh and in three years on tral theme was of a modern formal,
John Owen, '40L, will be the guest the a as willig o d in scl seice oopes campus hasn't come out of the fog with a sunburst motif in pastel
the afternoon and dancing at night to do child welfare. Welfare goodness ye.Finsdubphtafuthsaeafgeesn ie eter
if Margaret Cornelius, patrons chair- at the Pleasant Valley Country Club, sakes. iensk diffe a uc h sades of nan in .consp r
.nan. Miss Cornelius' rose taffeta It'll be an informal party for Lamb- Cleveland's Boy year wil make any dference, and end panels of varying colors plus
gown is reminiscent of the "old- da Chi Alpha Saturday night while Donald Wirtchafter, publicity: he a large centerpiece that threw sil-
fashioned silhouette" with its full the Theta Chi's have tobogganing, is so good at keeping things secret Both men and women received houettes on the walls made for an
skirt trimmed with rows of tucking, theatre and bowling parties planned that the whole campus knew the favors last night. For the women enchanting effect. Booths were
high back and low V-neckline. In for the afternoon, an informal din- name of the second orchestra before there were dull gold pins shaped draped with horizontal shadings of
keeping with the quaintness of her ner and radio dance Saturday night he did. He comes from Cleveland, like the University coat of arms green, with modernistic columns
dress, Miss Cornelius will wear a gold and an informal dance Sunday. spends half the time denying it and given; the escorts received gold separating each booth. The band
cameo locket and bracelet. The Theta Xi's will have a sleigh the other half going back there. key rings with the coat of arms stands were placed diagonally from
Betty Ann Cattel, co-chairman of ride and informal dance Saturday. James Tobin, building: is enam- on one side and "1941 J-Hop" on each other on either side of the floor.
patrons. has invited Harry Bleeker, Saturday night will find Theta Delta oured of Joan Bennett and Hedy La- the other. The committee used Before the magic transformation,
of the University of Albion, as her Chi engrossed in a dance. Phi Kap- marr but has to do without them. the school coat of arms on the the Intramural Building was a swirl
guest. A dramatic, flame-colored net pa Sigma plans a sleigh ride Satur- Claims that they're getting the worst program and color scheme also of gay colors and gay lads and lassies.
(Continued on Page 3) day afternoon and a formal dance in of it, anyhow. Hails from Highland Favors were given to both the men
the evening. Phi Sigma Kappa has Park and is so proud of it that he The Daily is proud to report that and the women and the program,
-Entered at the Post Office at Ann Arbor, a dinner and dance scheduled for goes around singing Loch Lomond. in this J-Hop Extra are the first color carrying out the green motif carried
Hich., as second ceass mail matter. Saturday night. William Kramer, tickets: for three ads ever used by a college newspaper. the University coat of arms.
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