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February 13, 1950 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1950-02-13
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J-HOP

Off Guard For Over A Century

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Monday, February 13, 1950

OPENING- NIGHT-The entrance to the I-M is one mass of
lights, people and noise as the J-Hoppers begin to arrive.

FINISHING TOUCHES -- Bar-
bara Munn puts the finishing
touches on Carol Walker's hair-
do while waiting for dates.

ANTICIPATION-Joe Cyr and Bill Schmalhorst pick up dates
Pat Scanlon and Helen Carson and start for the I-M Building.

See Story Page 2, Pictures Page 28

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PATRONS-Some of the patrons of the 1951 J-Hop watch the dance from their speci1 bSaths.

SMOOTH STUFF-The "Duke" makes with the keys for some of
his admiring fans.

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The Daily
spotlights
1951
Photos by
WALLY BARTH
BERT SAPUWICH
HERB HARRINGTON

PRIVATE TALK - A J-Hop
couple takes time out between
numbers for some private
conversation.

DOUBLE EXPOSURE-The Daily photographer gets a picture
of the J-Hop photographer snapping a J-Hop couple.

SNUGGLING-With soft music
and the right girl what man
wouldn't enjoy the J-Hop?

DEEP IN THE BLUES-Dancing, laughing and just enjoying
themselves, part of the J-Hop crowd is pictured as they turned
towards the band stand where the "Duke" and "Louis" played
Friday and Saturday night. The Duke on his piano and Louis on

the trumpet were highspots of the show. More tha
crowded into the I-M Building on the two nights
sweet rhythm of the two musical masters.

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Expose

Women 's Date Plot for.

Find No Shortage of Coed

See Story,

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