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February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 1

…10A c~9 'S r I , :7 C 1 J-HO11P It~t mIT Monday, Fe ruary "7f 949 Price: A Dime or a Dollar i r , t k '7 t - k .r ", of f.y r i " } p', x,; OLIO. Daily-Alex Laniann OFFICIALS -JOIN MARCH OF DUIMES-Dom Tomnahi, M Club President, sells J-Hop Dailies to Ann Arbor's ayor William E. Brosum, Jr., and University President Alexander (G. Ruthven. This special edition is The Daily's con- tributW n to Che March of Dimes, and is sold by the M (lob....…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 2

…Page Two T HE !M I CH IG(AN D A ILY Mnnrn ca.- i , -7 1 939 raor TworT F r l- r a r r iv v A r alY K ur gr r r.A,, . I-, 7 1 O I VITAL STATISTICS: Roll CciiofJ o ers Follows Below (Nanes are gmhbetired by girls Det.; Marilynn Banwell, Det.. and Gosse Pte.; Asla Bergman, Mus- Ann Arbor; Clara Blocksom, Ros- MR. AND MRS. Thomas Kay Hugh Allerton, Det. kegon, and James Billingsley, well, N.M., and Frank Smith, Port Buchanan, In' lay City; Jo...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 3

…E riu EXTRA Mnrdoy, February 7, 1949 Page Three am sDe'scen s rol', M HO louds Depie72 Year Histor Dance Started By Two Fiddles By PIL DAWSON J-Hop, "the country's greatest formal," has traveled a rough road from its humble beginnings in 1877 in Hank's Emporium on Main Street. Two violins and a piane made: enough music for the 20 couples at that first edition of the now traditional shindig. BY 1891 THE DANCE had ac- quired two orchestras a...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 4

…Page Four T HE M IC H IG AN D AIL Y i t'buciry 7,-1949 "PVne Fourn #TH1ELMiCH F!GVAH"M DAILeY Moroevn'. - Fe rhurrv 7au. 194 A* OBNOXIOUS GCUMSHOE: 1 . Cuts Out FloridaFun_Too TAMPA, Fla. - ( P) -The Uni- the obnoxious gmhoe one Hor- versty of Michigan campus COP atio Q. F'livvernip, boarded his left this vacation city today after plane for Ann Arbor. a week's visit that made Michi- Galling himself a "one-man gasn's swimming team's chaotic...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 5

…Monday, Feb; it~r/7 949 THE MDCHIG Lawrece, Spivak__Set g I There were plenty of satisfied x G~~uvtomers at th e 1949 J-Htop- theyagreed that fes ofthte < >:s;:' fnance's colorful predecesso rould > possiblyo hav'e offered a fnet on rr ?"?f. boahon of bands. '."k0' , ,:: Elliot Lawrence and Charlie Spiakheightened the "ein"cS h t te Stars- 'i ni n as thp, shat edl-op bandstands Friday j ~and Satuna:. Law rence firstpres ented 'ns a. .::.Y. F...…

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…Page Six THE MICH.I.GAN. D.AILY Mondav. Februarv 7. 1949 P fl q i H I H GA AL nrcFhI inn, 7 1y -T0 I F t NO CHECKS PLEASE-Plenty of dancers went homiie soi,~ Char- lie Spivak's famous signature on their programs. 'JURNABOUT-Ellint Lawrence plays a rocking bass on the trumpet accompanied 'by some low noes on the piano by Charlie Spivak. Ph~~ i- fiyllis io.RD" - - .gii s~c s c tsi.-,srn entrn ce …

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Prrc Swe+r ,' Mcndovy ' ~c'rary 7-149 I M'ncln' ' ,r.sIr 149.HE .M CHv AN. D ILYPop ...e, BALCONY SCENE-A couple of Rome , w s a UlERSONIFIED-Lucy Saxon and John Quimby show the typical reaction of the J-Mop's 6,000 satisfied customers. GRID MEN-Leo Koceski, Joann Ketelhut, Sue Heinemann and Dick Kempthorn talk over some of the line bucks and passes they've noticed among the dancers. IMPOTENT PUNCH-The reason this cou...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight T HE M IC H IG AN DA ILY 11t1 aw - rr, " 'r- rs.fr r v 7. 9 -- P.o Eivoht THE y eMICHisGANe e p4 AIY9Y AA- yVT vl,. t~ Y' 7-r070 F oijr tl e AIF m ' Sponsored in the Public Interest by the following Fraternities: Acacia Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi Chi Phi Chi Psi Delta Chi Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Tau Delta Delta Upsilon Kappa Nu Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Phi Gamma Delta ...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 9

…MonA'n Febrary.' 7 1040 T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Page Nine Union Opera Slated March 23, 24, 25 Show First Bright Past Since 1941 Recalled by Presentatioin~ Revival Try 0nce the biggest campus artistic A fascinating amost incrediblI event of the year, the Michigan j history highlighted by pef r- Union Opera is being revived this ances at the Wite House, the season after a Iapse of almost Metropolitan Opera and oct decade. Broadway, lies beh...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 10

…Page Teri T HE AMTC H IG AN DA ILY Mondvy February7. 19 X A , 7. f , Sponsored in the Public Interest by the following Sororities: Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Phi Alpha Xi Delta Chi Omega Collegiate Sorosis Delia Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Zeta Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma Pi Beta Phi Sigma Delta Tau Zeta Tau Alpha II …

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 11

…Pooe'Uewen A~i)nrnvFphtir 7. 1949 T HE MIlC H IG AN D A ILY yYsurArI,, y ,njy9 71040 THE MICHIre A4r DAILY Powe E.e.en NAMES * Continued from Page 2) tiac, and Stan Tagalakis, St. Louis, Mich. Lois Chapin, Springfield, N.J., and Kenneth Rsnow, nimstee; ly Chapman and Bill Ripley; Pat Chase, Northville, and Hugh Lockhart, Northville; Mary Grace Childs, Jackson, Tenn., and M. L. Jones, Jackson, Mich.; Janet Christiansen and James Houle; -s S...…

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…Page Twelve T HE MIC HI G AN D A ILY Mnndarr FPi bn 7 19)49 P wT C A AAy, e r 10u0ry r NAMES .. . falo Pat Fisher, Port Huron, and James;W. Wright, Port Huron. (nu fr PgiSHIRLEY J. FLAGLER, Det., Cobntinued from Page 11) and Jack Humrich, Det.; Betty Fleiss, Det., and Alfred Rose, New ALICE DWYER, Ann Arbor, and 'York City; Audrey Mae Fletcher,. Jay Handelsman, Chicago; Janie r "Det., and Harold M. Simon, Jr., E , n , , brDet.; Marjorie...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 13

…Monday, February 7, 1949 THE MICHIGAN D AIL Y Page Thirteen Brunsting, Rochester, Minn.; Lita- Christian, Det.; Florence Hum, ler; Lela Johnson and Donald Mc- S Hagen, Northport, and Roger Bus- LaPorte, Ind., and Thomas G. Os- Gregor; Barbara Johnston, Det. lee, Ann Arbor; Helen Hager, born, LaPorte, Ind.; Mr, and Mrs. and Douglas L. Sinn, Det.; Betty Dearborn, and Fred C. Henderson, - Donald J. Hutchinson; Mildred Jones, DeWitt, and William J...…

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…Page Fourteer Monday February 7 1949 ~oae Forteen TE M~tHIAN DAIL Monda, ebur7.14 (Continued from Pag 53) Austin, and Noville Adans Syd- ney, Australia; Lucile Kennedy. Grand Rapids, and Charles Ham- mond, Toronto, Ont.; Mary Lou Kennedy, Grand Rapids, and Blair Moody, Jr., Washington, D.C.; Paat Korridge, Dot., and William M. Kuzel, Dot., DOROTHY L. KIIGURY, Iron Mtountatin, and Jan H. Hanson, Chicago; Joan A. Kimball and Davis W. Tompkin...…

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….,oCndav, February °7, 1949 T H-E- ICH-1 G-AN, Q A 1_LY Page fi fteell I Monday. February 7. 1949 THE- MICHIGAN DAILY Poae Fifteen .._ 1 *vw 'r Ai .- e--4 , ., , (Continued from Page 14) son, Det.; Doris Massey. Wichita, Kas, and red Buckner. Buffalo, N. Y.; Dolores Matbeny and Don Conden; Nataie lattson, Bess-+ emer, and Creihton Lederer, Braoklyn, N.Y. BARBARA -MAL, Det., and Derald Katterman. Det.; Sally McBride, Grosse Pointe, and Je...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 16

…Porn Sixteen THE MACHUGAN DKIL Monday, February 7, 1949 Monroe, Louisiana; Beverly Scott ids; Marie Petterson, Det., andL. Fleury; Claren L. Putnam and N A M E S * # Palmer, Det., and Hack Wilson, Earl Willnoft, Det.; Ruth Petite, Richard Barrow; Mary L. Put- Champaign; Carolyn Palmer, and Det., and Jay S. Pettite, Jr., Det. nam and Richard Barrow; Mary John Mackey, * L. Putnam, Det., and Walter (Continued from Page 15) * ,* A BOB STUART, a...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 17

…Mondoy, February 7, 1949 Paaa- Seven # pPr THE MICGH IGA N DA IL Y Monday, Ferur 7, 1949 TH MIHIA DAL Puyc,n c urst'e, a NAMES.. (Continued from Page 16) dale, and Louis Dyll, Det.; Robert Sheridan and Lois Redmond; Mar- ilyn Reed, Erie, Pa., and Max Mangles, Erie, Pa.; Jane Reiber, Det., and Art McWood, Det.; Faye Reichelt, Port Austin, and Alan Krueser, Bad Axe. James Nixon, Det., and Bobbi Reid, Det.; Jerry Corson, Larch- mont, N.Y., a...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 18

…Monday, February 7, 19491 1Page Eighteen T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Paae Eiahteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday, February 7, 1949 NAMES... (Continued from Page 17) - Jerry Shumer, Det.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Schichtel, Grand Rap- ids; Audy Schindlbeck, Saginaw, and Harold Aven, Saginaw; Mar- jorie Schlenger, South Orange, N. J., and Frederic Arnstein, Jr., St. Louis, Mo.; Naomi Schlossbergt Det., and Herbert Title, Brooklyn Helen Schlotter, Ba...…

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…a.: nddyv Februory 7, 1949 T H E M IC HJIG AN D A ILY Pone Ninstn Monday. February 7. 1949 THE MICl-lIt7~AN DAILY P,~,,e, loon, Tuck and Alan McGregor; Beverly N ATwinning, Midland, and Stanley " Attwood, Ann Arbor; Rhoda Uh- lendorf, Ann Arbor and Marvin (Continued from Page 18) Marshall, Ann Arbor; Priscilla Upton, St. Joseph, and and Ned Clralat, Det., Beverly Donald Winslow, St. Joseph; Lou- anded, CIat, D. Bevrly ise Vacks, Det., and ...…

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…Monday, February 7, 1945 Pooe Twenty THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pf eTwey y T E MCHI AN D ILYMondy, ebrary ,_1.._ ROLLING STONES ... by Harold Jackson Tough Nut EACH YEAR WHEN J-HOP time rolls around, we get a considerable chuckle out of assorted party banter about how "Elsie and Me is gonna sneak into J- Hop." All sorts of fabulous schemes from climbing down the IM chimney to rid- ing into the hall in the orchestra lead- er's bull fiddle case are ...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 21

…SPEC AL lie lItgttja SPECIAL Monday, February 7, 1949 AND THE SNOW CAME Ole Man. Weather Smiles on Winter Frolic Sktes in Gala Ice C(U'ht! Te five-'a' weekend slid off to a f , ta,~rt ih Winter Car- ail ' .c..'. tnthe way Wednesday a.n Thu- r d Sno -. and a 20 degree aver- age temperature combined to make "eas sleddinz' for the Union- Lea-se revival of ihQ two-day sports frolic. "e Man Winter" beamed on nn Atrbor this time. At the last arn...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 22

…Page Twenty-Two T HE MIC H IG AN D A ILY Mondayv: February 7. 149 Poqe Twent-Two THE_ M. CHIGAN. DAILY.M... lcni Fohr, irt, , I 40 Apathy Rules In Solemn SL Campaigning Only 30 Rubbed Out As PollingBegins ANN ARBOR, Nov. 30, 1972- The campus prepared to go to the polls today after one of the quiet- est campaigns in years. Only thirty students were tram- pled by the elephants used by John Gallup, '74, in his campaign. MORE SERIOUS, was the...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 23

…r :)ndav, Februarv, 7., 1949 THE°. M[CH1GAN DAILY Page Twenty-Three )nda, Fbrury , 149 HE MCHIANAIL P .. Tent-Three~ OW IT CAN BE TOLD: Black Future for Men Seen Chairman Reveals '29 Hop Fiasco In Undomesticuted 'U Coeds By ____ PUG__ DARKERMany a man is going to settle kitchen. He still does the diffi- By PUG DARKER down with The Girl of His Dreams cult cooking, and he's quite an he true story of the 1929 J and end up with ulcers-if the...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 24

…Mondov, Febru&y IA Pap 'Twenfy-Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pooe Twenty-Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Moodo Febro cv 7] -u B UCKS 'FOUR OF FI VE' R UL.E: Eastern Prince Recruiting Harem The sole representative of roy- The royal dignitary first began ' alty on campus today announced his research on prospective rein- his official business at the Uni- bers of the haxem in the class- versity-to recruit women for his room, but Iler be moved on to harem. ...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 25

…(d . Fbur7: 949 T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Page Twenty-Five 1%, 1 y 4- r , 740T .E MIChe. AF A Ly.PoaewTw.-F.e S orts Predietions Vondering what 1949 has in store for the world of sports? eek no further. After a quick glance into a slightly muddy 1 ball we come uo with the straight inside information on the ines and top sports stories of 1949. hey will read something like this: 'ebruary 19-Story: Michigan's cagers climaxed a stirring come-...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 26

….Monday, 'February' 7; 19 Page 'twenty-Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ -TwntyS..TH MIHIG N.AILMod. Ferurv. . fir I CLASSY CLASSIFIED TAKES A SOCK AT BIG FEET: SL Shoos Shoes from Classrooms 1_______- ----....! WANTED STEAMSHIP COMPANY needs summer employees between June 1st and Sep- tember 30 for South American, Eur- opean, and Asiatic voyages, both Male and Female. Various jobs avail- able. Steamfitters, cooks, ships mate, diesel mechanic...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 27

…Pane Twenty-Severi Monday- February 7, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Monday~ February 7, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PoqeTwen -So ci ARRIVING AT THE J-HOP-Rumors that President Ruthven was advertising for Ralston straight shooters were dispelled at the I:I Building Saturday night, when the Prexy and "rs. Ruthven arrived in their newly decorated Continental. Wearing the uniform of the university police, the Doctor told reporters that he anticipates a...…

February 07, 1949 (vol. 58, iss. 0) • Page Image 28

…Patie Twentv-Eight T HE MIC H I GA N DA ILY Moneinv- phu' r 7 14 P ..7Tw nt-EwIahtrTHE I H r%-r+r rr g L.Wa LY 7IVVIUV f011 14 v- ,--I T eGood New 1 O 4A FR A whole army of extra clerks at SLATER'S guarantees you immediate, personal service- no irritating, long lines! Vterans, the efficient handling of your accounts is a must at SLATEiR'S. Experienced workers know what they're doing! SLATER'S has complete lists of textooks for all cours...…

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