1930 DANCE HANGS ON TURN OF PEOPLE'S CHOICE

A referendum to decide whether or not the Class of 1930 will conduct a Junior Dance this year, will be conducted by mail within the course of the next few days, according to a statement given to the CRIMSON late last night by G. C. Holbrook, Jr. '30, president of the class.

Holbrook admitted that there had been considerable discussion recently whether the present Junior Class should continue the custom of giving a large dance in Memorial Hall during the spring. At a meeting yesterday afternoon at which G. L. Lewis, Jr. '30, vice-president of the class, J. W. Potter '30, class secretary, and A. R. Sweezy '29, chairman of last year's Junior Dance Committee, were present, it was decided that the balance of argument against the dance and in favor of it could be adjusted best by a direct appeal to the members of the class concerned.