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With the first of the decorations being put up in the Smith Halls, C. C. Cunningham '32, the Chairman of the Freshman Jubilee Committee, announced the final plans for the annual Freshman dance after a meeting of the committee in the Common Room of McKinlock Hall last night.
The dancing will begin at 10 o'clock and tickets will be taken at the Boylston Street entrance to Smith Halls. The price of tickets will be the same as for the past two years, $5 stag, and $7 a couple.
The Freshman Gymnasium will be used as a ladies' and men's coatroom. The conventional dress for the evening will be summer formal while the ushers will wear tuxedo.
In the corridor between the Dining Room and the Common Room, the hostesses will be stationed. There will be dancing in both these rooms with music furnished by Roy Lamson's Haryardians and Bert Lowe's Hotel Statler Orchestra, assisted by Billy Lossez.
At 11.45 o'clock, supper will be served in the quadrangle by the Freshman Dining Halls Committee. During the supper period, three of the Freshman Instrumental Clubs will render short programs. The Mandolin Club, under the leadership of J. B. Cowin '32 will play, among other numbers, Brahms' Hungarian Dance and Baynes Destiny Waltz. This will be followed by Officer of the Day and a Football Medley by the Banjo Club with W. S. Warner '32 conducting. A. H. Parker '32 will direct the Vocal Club in singing Bullard's Winter Song and German's Rolling Down to Rio.
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