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JUNIOR DANCE REFERENDUM CARDS TO BE MAILED TODAY

Contain Questions as to Demand for and Attendance at Affair

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Cards for conducting the Junior Dance referendum will be mailed today to all members of the Class of 1930, according to an announcement made last night by J. W. Potter '30, class secretary. It is requested that these be filled out and returned immediately.

Two questions are contained on the card to be returned the first of which is "Do you want a Junior Prom" and the second. "Would you attend if there were one." Although an affirmative answer to the latter question is not to be considered a pledge, the class officers have appealed for careful consideration of it before signifying the preference, in order that the completed referendum may be a satisfactory test of the advisability of having a Junior Dance this year.

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