Small Dorm Dances To Start This Week

The first in a series of small dormitory dances, designed to eliminate the crush that occurred at the first Summer School mixer, will be held at the Union tomorrow night at 8:30 p.m.

Dubbed "Campaign Cotillion," the dance will be presented by the residents of Eliot, Grays, Greenough, Hollis, Straus, and Wigglesworth. It will be open only to students from these dormitories and their dates, provided they are from the Summer School. Admission is 50 cents, with privilege cards required.

The second and third dances of the series have been scheduled for July 29 and August 5, and a similar dance for graduate students next Thursday at 8:30 p.m.

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