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Novel House Dinner


Tonight will be "Sophomores Get Acquainted" night in Puritanland. A brand new kind of House Dinner is on the card to start at 6:30. There will be 21 tables of ten each, and the Sophomores will be placed so as to be as nearly surrounded by upperclassmen as possible. All seatings have been assigned, Joseph P. Kennedy '38, chairman of the House Committee, announced last night.

Speeches by Payson S. Wild, acting Master of the House, Eric T. Clarke '38, head of the Dance Committee, and Donald E. Burbank, Jr. '38, head of the Athletic Committee, will feature the dinner. Afterwards motion pictures, accompanied by a portable sound machine, will be seen in the Junior Common Room. Walt Disney cartoons and football and racehorse shorts will be shown.

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