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Is.ilss THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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D r Bad ASSEMBLY-IHC:
DorseyBand
To Provide Houses
J-Hop music 'Movie Melodies," the
annual Assembly-Inter-
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The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. p.m. tonight in Rackham Aud.,
under the direction of Warren according to Barbara Banks, 'S9,
Covington. will provide music chairman.
when 1960 J-Hop Goes Weekend- Directedby Irwin Starr, '61,
ing Feb. 7~, 159 master of ceremonies, the program
The Mark Harvey Combo will will feature ten combined choirs
entertain during intermission composed of a women.", and men's
The dance with the theme "Out residence hall singing selections
of this World" will be held at the from the scores of movies.
I-M Building from 9:30 to 2 a.m. Butler and Lloyd houses will be-
Special late permission for women gin the competition with their
will be granted until 4 a.m., ac- rendition of "Lullaby of Broad-
cording to Murray Feiwell, '60, way" followed by Fisher and
general chairman.
The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra'
began with the combination of C m i i
Dorsey, his brother Jimmy, Bob (.001 1 11 1#11..v'eJ
Crosby, Glenn Miller and Ray Mc-
Kinley. In 1936 Dorsey organized A nnoun ced
his own band which immediately
won unanimous approval all over .
Sthe country. A mass meeting for all those in-
To Play Hit terested in working on Spring
Newest hit recording of the or- Weekend will be held Tuesday, the
chestra, starring Covington, is Central Committee for the event
"Tea For Two Cha Cha." has announced.
Sentimental and swing music Penny Palmer, '59 and Steve
made famous by Dorsey include Davis, '59, have been selected as
"Once in a While," "I'm Getting Central Committee co-chairmen.
Sentimental Over You," "'ll Judy Jacobson, '61, and Sally Ann
Never Smile Again," "Marie Lease, have been named secre-
"Stardust," "Until," "Song of In- taries.
dia," "Who?" and "Manhattan Heading the program committee
Serenade.,, will be Cammy Cox, '61, and Steve
Just as Dorsey was famous for Hass, '61. All Spring Weekend
his trombone, Warren Covington's funds will be handled by. Larry
trombone work featured him in Sherman, '60.
some of America's top bands. He I Barbara Court, '61, and Gary
played with Horace Heidt, Gene {Roggin, '61, will take charge of
Krupa, Les Brown and Ray Bloch. publicity while Marty Farnsworth,
He had his own radio show, "Cov- '60, and Jeff Jenks, '60, will handle
ington Sings" on CBS and also ticket sales.
has taught voice and trombone. Co-chairmen of Skit Night are
Sue Brace, '60, and Dave Hull,
Played With D y'60E. The afternoon of special

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Green houses with "Anywhere I
Wander." Little and Hinsdale
houses will perform next with
"High Noon" and the Newberry-
Michigan choir will sing "Easy to,-
Remember."
A medley from "The Wizard of
Oz" will be performed next by
Kleinsteuck and Huber houses and
Betsy Barbour and Rumsey houses
will do "Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah." The
Jordan-Williams version of
"Laura" and "Love is a Many
Splendored Thing" by Martha
Cook and Williams houses will also
be included on the program.
Victor Vaughan and Reeves
houses singing "Give Me a Kiss to
Build a Dream On" and "Wonder-
ful Copenhagen" by Stockwell and
Taylor houses will conclude the
program.
Judging of the choirs, on the
basis of appearance, diction, en- Dec. 18, 19, 2
semble, interpretation and difficul- Main Floor
ty of arrangement, will be done by Make check i
Dean Earl V. Moore, Prof. May- 500 Temple, I
nard Klein and Prof. Phillip A.
Duey of the music school. The
winning group will be awarded a u
trophy at the conclusion of theU se
contest.
The committee working with __
Miss Banks to arrange the contest
included Harold Diamond; '62,
James Kappler, '59Ed and Joan
Comiano, '61. C h s
Groups Sponsor BRIDGE
Winter Fantasia Kei
Co
Festival of Light Br
Bri,
Two dances will be held this
weekend, one tonight and the oth- CRIBBA
er one tomorrow.E
, Festival ... JCHECK
From 9 p.m. to midnight to-
night the Chinese Students' Club GAMES
will sponsor the "Festival of Portable
Lights" dance in the League Ball- b
room, Paul Lin reports. Smith-C
The dance will be based on the Olympic
"European type" which features H
dancing through the decorations, vermes
Lin added. Decorations will in- Olvetti
clude a 15-foot pool of water with Royal
a 20-foot fountain.
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Fantasia ...
"Winter Fantasia" will be the
theme of a dance to be held to-
morrow night for all students and
faculty of the architecture college,.i
according to Mrs. Robert Powell,
vice-president of the A-Wives.
The dance will be in the second
floor ballroom of Lane Hall.

Covington learned to play trom-
bone by playing along with Dor-
sey on his recordings, and knew
all of the latter's arrangements
He played for Dorsey only for a
few recording sessions.
Music of- Dorsey, the "Senti-
mental Gentleman," is continued
by Covington in the Dorsey style
so that it will perpetuate the
memory of the great trombonist.
Reservations for J-Hop tickets
may be made Monday through
Wednesday at the Administration
Buildign. A fashion show, preview-
ing attire for men and co-eds for
J-Hop Weekend events, will be
held at 3 p.m. Dec. 14 in the
League Ballroom.
The fashion show will be cen-
tered around the outer space
theme of the J-Hop.
Black and gold will be used in
decorating for the fashion show
I open to all University students.

events wil The directed by Selma
Sadi, '60 and Fred Nott, '59E. The
evening of special events has Sue
Stein, '61, an dMike Camras, '59,
as its co-chairmen.
Berkum Speaks
. /A\out Chanukah
The Office of Religious Affairs
will hold a special event at 4:15
p.m. today to commemorate the,
Jewish holiday of Chanukah.
An informal discussion is sched-
uled in the Lane Hall Library
with Alvin Berkum, '61, speaking
on the origin and meaning of
Chanukah.
Traditional Chanukah dishes
such as latkas and tea will be
served. The discussion will close
with the singing of holiday songs.

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