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Approximately 870 people will attend the Junior Dance which will be held Friday evening in Memorial Hall. Of this number 704 will occupy the 51 boxes which will fill all the available space around the walls of the main hall and in the balconies, while the 56 couples who did not apply for seats in a box will be given chairs in two of the small rooms adjoining the hall.
In addition to the change from the Union to Memorial Hall this year's dance will break another precedent in that the furniture to be used will not be the property of the individual students but it will be rented. Since 1918 it has been customary to collect furniture on the day of the dance and to allow Juniors to have their own softs and lounge chairs in their boxes. This year, however, due to the small size of the boxes and the necessity of serving meals at Memorial on the day of the dance, the committee has found it necessary to replace the students' furniture with uniform cane-seated chairs. Each box will be given a small wooden table, a table cloth, and a sufficient number of chairs to seat the occupants of the box.
To Make Suitable Arrangements
Each box chairman should plan to be at Memorial as soon after 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the day of the dance as possible, in order to see that his box is suitably arranged. Except for small rugs and punch bowls, the committee will allow no furniture to be brought to the hall and will not hold itself in any way responsible for the bowls. The rugs, if properly marked, may be left at the hall until the following morning.
A representative of Thomas Galvin Inc., the florist who is in charge of decorating the hall, will be at Memorial Hall all of Thursday afternoon to take orders for flowers and individual box decorations.
The following list of ushers for the dance was announced last night by the committee:
Head Ushers.--Harrison Gardner, B. McK. Henry, J. J. Lee.
Ushers.--F. T. Baldwin, J. T. Baldwin, C. B. Barnes Jr., A. C. Bickford, I. G. Black, R. S. Bowers, Standish Bradford, S. N. Brown, R. P. Bullard, W. E. Crosby Jr., J. D. Du Bois, R. M. Gilbert, Lewis Gordon, S. C. Graves, H. S. Grew Jr., J. U. Harris, M. H. Harris, F. S. Hill, K. N. Hill, C. H. Hollister Jr., C. J. Hubbard Jr., Percy Jenkins, F. K. Kernan Jr., F. Van W. Mason, R. G. Norris, K. S. Pfaffmann.
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