FOX-TROT MONOPOLIZES JUNIOR DANCE PROGRAM

BERT LOWE'S PRIZE ORCHESTRA TO PLAY FROM 10 TO 4

Complete plans for the music of the Junior Dance, which is to be held in Memorial Hall on the evening of Friday, March 7, were announced yesterday afternoon by the Junior Dance Committee. Bert Lowe's best 25-piece orchestra has been engaged to play from 10 until 4 o'clock, with a 45-minute intermission for supper at half past twelve. Ten numbers will be played before this, of which nine will be fox trots and one a walts; the same arrangement will be carried out after supper.

To avoid confusion and to keep the dances up to schedule, a bell will be rung dances up to schedule, a bell will be rung at the beginning of each dance. During the first period no cutting-in will be allowed. After supper, however, cutting in will be permitted during the encores, which follow each dance. The signal for the completion of an encore will be two bells. The complete musical program follows:

1. Twelve O'Clock at Night

2. Moonlight Kisses.

3. I Love You.

4. The Only Girl.

5. Sittin' in a Corner.

6. Linger Awhile.

7. Dreamy Melody (waltz).

8. Sunflower Maid.

9. Wonder if She's Lonely Too.

10. Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider. Intermission

11. Along the Old Lake Trail.

12. Someone Loves You After All.

13. Blue Grass Blues.

14. The One I Love.

15. Arcady.

16. A Kiss in the Dark (waltz).

17. Roses of Picardy, Medley.

18. Toodle-00.

19. Somebody Stole My Cal.

20. Twelfth Street Rag.

The tickets will be mailed today to all of the fair guests. At the beginning of next week, the Committee will send to the men their own dance cards and those of their respective guests, both of which they will fill.