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Complete plans for the music of the Junior Dance, which is to be held in Memorial Hall on the evening of Friday, March 9, were announced last evening by the Junior Dance committee. Bert Lowe's 25-piece orchestra has been engaged to play from 9.30 until 4 o'clock with a 45-minute intermission for supper at half past twelve. Ten numbers will be played before this, all of which will be fox trots with the exception of one waltz, while the same arrangement will be carried out after supper.

To avoid confusion and to keep the dances up to schedule a bell will be rung at the beginning of each dance. Cutting-in will be permissible only during the encores. The complete musical program follows:

1. Stairway to Paradise

2. Jennie.

3. Rosalie.

4. Pack Up Your Sins.

5. Dearest.

6. Ta Banche (waltz).

7. I Still Can Dream.

8. When Hearts Are Young.

9. Chicago.

10. Ida.

11. Love and the Moon.

12. Carolina in the Morning.

13. Crinoline Days.

14. Three o'Clock in the Morning (waltz).

15. Porcelain Maid.

16. Syncopate.

17. Rose of the Rio Grande.

18. Hasty Pudding 1923 Selections.

19. Lady of the Evening.

20. Twelfth Street Rag.

There will be a meeting of the Box Chairmen in the Breakfast Room of Randolph Hall at 7.15 o'clock tomorrow evening at which details of the dance and the plans for moving the furniture will be outlined.

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