'44 TO HEAR DINAH SHORE
Noted Songstress to Sing This Friday at Jubilee
Miss Dinah Shore, sultry-voiced singer of "Yes, My Darling Daughter" fame, will highlight the vocal side of the Jubilee's musical entertainment this Friday evening, it was announced yesterday by Andrew Welch '44, chairman of the Yardlings' spring prom.
Dinah, who is now appearing on the Boston stage, gained her fame from two recordings, "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and "Yes, My Darling Daughter." Hailed as one of the younger up-and-coming singers, and has recently been doing free lance singing in New York theatres and night clubs.
Besides rendering her several numbers Dinah will assist two, as yet undisclosed connoisseurs of feminine beauty, to pick the "Freshman Ideal Girl" who will reign as queen over the dance
Not only will this queen lend her beauty and charm to the assembled dancers, but she will also pick the couple to receive the grand door prize. This award will be an album of records by Arts Shaw and Bobby Burns.