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The first ten dance of the year at the Union will be given next Saturday afternoon after the University-Rhode Island football game and will be the only dance in that building during the remainder of the year which will be open to non-Union members. The latter will be welcomed on Saturday with Union members, since the official closing of the Union to non-members is not until Sunday; the seventh.
The dance will be held in the Living Room of the Union and will be from 4.30 to 7 o'clock. Monahan's Five-Piece Orchestra will furnish the music and at tea time refreshments, consisting of assorted sandwiches, cakes, frappe, chocolate, and tea, will be served.
This is the first of a series of tea dances in the Union, which will follow each of the University football games played in Cambridge.
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