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Invitations to Seniors who have applied for tickets to the 1911 Spread and Dance in Memorial Hall on the evening of June 22 will be sent out today. Each Senior is to send the invitations to the ladies whom he has invited. Seniors and those invited by the Class Day Committee are requested to form groups from three to ten couples each, in order to help the committee in the assignment of boxes and tables.
The Spread will last from 8 to 1 o'clock, and there will be 20 dances on the program. Boxes will be arranged on the Delta, and supper will be served continuously through the evening from the tables on the lawn. This year there will be two orchestras, one situated on the Delta and the other inside of Memorial. Each will play alternate selections.
The music for the dance will be as follows:
1. Waltz, "Unrequited Love."
2. Waltz, "Pink Lady."
3. Two-step, "Up the Street."
4. Waltz, "Spring Maid."
5. Waltz, Pi Eta Selection.
6. Two-step, "Casey Jones."
7. Waltz, "Chocolate Soldier."
8. Waltz, "Phryne."
9. Two-step, "Arcadians."
10. Waltz, "Espana."
11. Waltz, "Madame Sherry."
12. Two-step, "Lovey Joe."
13. Waltz, "Pudding Waltz."
14. Waltz, "Girl in the Train."
15. Two-step, "2nd Connecticut."
16. Waltz, "Arcadians."
17. Waltz, "Tale from Hoffman."
18. Two-step, "Grizzly Bear."
19. Waltz, "Naughty Marietta."
20. Waltz, "Blue Danube."
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