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House Bats, Rackets, Oars to Start Swinging on April 15


Complete plans for the Eliot House dinner dance to be held after the Princeton game on Saturday, November 3, have been announced by David W. Lewis '35, chairman of the House Committee.

Dinner will be served in the dining hall from 6.45 to 7.30 o'clock, and extra charges, which are to be put on the term bills, will amount to $.25 for each House member, and $1.00 a plate for guests. Tables may be reserved by signing the list in the House library by Wednesday, October 31.

Dancing will last from 8.30 until 12.00 o'clock and members of the House may bring guests, but each must be provided with an admittance card. Each member will receive a card next week, and may get more by applying at the library.

These cards are not tickets, but admit only to the courtyard. Tickets may be obtained from members of the House Committee after Monday, October 15, and will also be on sale at the door. The price will be $2.00 per couple, and $1.25 stag.

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