Kirkland House Filled by 220 Couples at Freshman Jubilee

More than 220 couples attended the 1948 Spring Jubilee, held Saturday night from 8 to 12 o'clock in Kirkland House amid one of the most carefully-decorated settings in Harvard dance history. Plans for the dance, including the use of two bands in separate rooms, with an adjoining terrace furnishing further space, worked out strictly according to the expectations of the committe.

Mainly responsible for the decorations were Howland P. Hall, Clifford Fitchner, Thomas S. Morse, and Edward Dewey. Nicholas N. Solovioff drew the sketches which were the featured decorations in one of the two rooms used for dancing both of which were popular.