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Inasmuch as a sufficient number of men have signed up to warrant holding the annual Christmas dance at the Union, the graduate secretaries announced last night that the dance will be held in the Living Room of the Union on Friday, December 17, from 7 until 1.30 o'clock in the evening.
The Harvardians, a dance orchestra composed of members of the Gold Coast Orchestra, affiliated with the Instrumental Clubs, will provide the music.
Several specialty number have been arranged by the Union officials, the details of the specialty acts are being kept secret. Refreshments will be served about midnight.
The list of ushers nas not yet book made up, but it is certain that E. H. Bailey '27 will act as head usher. The names of the patronesses for the dance will be published just as soon as the Union makes a definite announcement concerning their selection.
Tickets will be three dollars stags and five dollars for couples, on sale, beginning Saturday, at the Union news-stand.
The dance will not be so elaborate as the football dances in either decorations or size, but the Union officials have been lavish in planning to make the affair an excellent close to the many successful functions which have been run off this term. The Living Room will been decorated with appropriate Christmas colors.
On successive days, the Union fosters the third meeting of the Debating Union, an illustrated lecture on the "Passing of the West" by Colonel Furlong, and the Annual Christmas dinner at which the men who have won the various tournaments in tennis, squash, billiards and pool, will receive their prizes and awards.
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