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February 07, 1957 - Image 11

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY fi, 295?

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Duke

Ellington

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Eightieth

Annual

J-Hop

ELLINGTON AT PIANO-Duke Ellington, a frequent visitor to
the Ann Arbor campus, entertains with piano accompaniment.

NEW ORLEANS AND JAZZ - Bandleaders Ellington and Morrow had individual "nightclubs" set against a drawn New Orleans scene.
Dimly-lit street lanterns were placed along the sides of the room between lounging booths. The theme of the 'S7 J-Hop, "La Rue Basin,"
concerned American jazz, but the music played was largely for dancing.

COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT ?-Five hours of dancing
send couples scurrying for couches and chairs. Many students had
to rise early the next morning for registration.

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Pictures by Charles Curtiss

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PENNY A WISH-Carol Prins seals her J-Hop wish by tossing a coin into the. wishing-well foun-
tain, while her date, Stevan Simich, General Chairmen for the dance, looks on. Nine-hundred
couples attended the annual affair which was .given in an atmosphere of the French Quarter of
New Orleans. Decorations and murals represented street scenes and buildings of the Quarter.

2:30 A.M. BREAKFAST-After the dance, couples return to
fraternity houses, shed formal attire for more comfortable cloth-
ing, and enjov a very early mornie breakfast.

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