Intercollegiate Ball Attracts Many

A record crowd of Harvard and Dartmouth undergraduates is expected at the Third Intercollegiate Ball, which is to be held in the grand ballroom of the Copley Plaza Hotel this evening and tomorrow night as a part of the festivities accompanying the big gridiron encounter tomorrow.

This evening's dance is to begin at nine and end at two, while tomorrow, the dance will last from eight until twelve.

Bert Lowe's Orchestra and Bill Boyle's Copley Plaza Orchestra have been engaged for both evenings, and the famous Barbary Coast Jazz Band from Dartmouth will furnish specially acts on both evenings. An additional feature on tonight's program will be a solo dance by Miss Marion Randall, "Wildflower" star.

Tickets for the Third Intercollegiate Ball will be on sale at the CRIMSON and Lampoon today, and will also be obtainable at the Copley Plaza before the dance.

The sale of tickets at the University is being directed by R. G. Allen '26, who is at the head of the group of ushers for the dance.