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February 13, 1937 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1937-02-13

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JHOPPERS DECLARE
'WALKOUT' AT 3 A.M.

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Vol. XLVII. Ann Arbor, Michigan, Saturday, February 13, 1937 Price 10 Cents
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OTHER PICTURES ON PAGE 12
J-lop Parade Of 1937 'Father's' Singer Olsen, Father' Hines
Shows Colorful Dress Provide Dance Music
By MARY WlLLIAMS The 1937 J-Hon became an event

Youth and beauty were plentiful at
the ball last night with gorgeous girls
vying with gorgeous gowns to attract
the attention of the numerous swains
with which the place was swarming.
From our seat among the patrons we
could hardly tear our eyes away from
the colorful panorama before us to
admire the classic blue and silver
architecture of the ballroom, which
the decorations boys had whipped up
in the twinkling of an eye, or maybe
two twinklings. Anyway it takes
genius.
Whirling in and out among the
swaying couples we caught a glimpse
of Gladys Carlson, Grand Rapids
belle, who came as a guest of Dick
May, music chairman, looking very
much like the first rose of summer in

her dusty pink satin and white, el-
bow-length gloves.
Ruffles, Dots And Taffeta
After gazing surreptitiously sev-
eral times at Barbara Johnson, '38,
and Jane Elspass, '40, we came to the
exciting conclusion that they must
have gone into a huddle over their
attire for the' evening to avoid any
fights when they were together with
Ernest Pederson and Fred Geib, co-
chairman of the booth committee.
Their color scheme was just too per-
fect-Barbara in old rose taffeta
moire with cute little short sleeves a
and a full skirt and Jane in a lus-
cious shade of deep acqua taffeta,
with silver-faced ruffles for sleeves
and tiny silver dots sprinkled all
over the skirt.
(continued on Page 12)

Broadcasting!
J-Hop dance music was broad-
cast direct from the ballroom floor
on a full-hour program from mid-
night to 1 aam.today over the Co-
lumbia Broadcasting System and
Radio Station WJR, Detroit.
Earl Hines and his band were
heard over WJR from midnight to
12:30 a.m. Then the Columbia
Broadcasting System joined with
WJR to broadcast the music of
George Olsen's Orchestra until 1
a.m.
Facilities of the University
broadcasting service were used in
the broadcasting, according to
Prof. Waldo M. Abbot, director of
University broadcasting.

of the past in the early hours of
this morning, and the huge Intra-
mural Gymnasium, transformed into
a ballroom for the biggest function
of the University's social year, is in
darkness.
The 3,000 dancers, the largest num-
ber ever to attend a J-Hop, were led
in the Grand March at 11 p.m. yester-
day by Louis G. Hoffman, general
chairman, Glencoe, Ill., and Frances
Odell, '38, Highland Park.
Earl "Father" Hines and George
Olsen were there to fill the vast gym-
nasium with music that was both
sweet and hot until the year's biggest
party broke up shortly before 3 a.m.
and the throng dispersed for break-
fast and sleep.
Hines, one of the greatest of
(Continued on Page 2)

Copyright by
Robert L. Gach Co., 1937

-Entered at the Post Office at Ann Arbor, Mich., as second class mail matter.

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