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Tonight after the Chicago game from 8 to 12, the Deacons will dance to Nye Mayhew and his "Fashions of Music" (formerly at the Statler). Featured on the program will be June Davis, brunette vocalist, and drummer Ernie Coca, Clark. Sumptuous buffet including Coca Cola thru the evening--Couple $2.50, Stag $1.50--Informal.
One of Cambridge's newest restaurants conveniently located on Church St., rear of University Theatre--featuring finest of food and a cocktail lounge.
Simple, delicious food served at reasonable prices in the setting of the old Boston market near Faneuil Hall. Not open on Sundays or Holidays.
A convenient spot to wine and dine before or after the game.
The familiar Schrafft quality right here in Harvard Square. Special luncheons and supper served daily.
Only restaurant in Harvard Square specializing in Italian food. Entirely remodeled under new management.
STEUBEN VIENNA ROOM
In the heart of Boston's theatrical district. Famous for it's Dollar dinner. Jack Fisher's Music and two floor shows nightly at 7:30 and 11:30.
On Carver Street just off Boylston, a complete Smorgasbord served in a quiet and different atmosphere.
"Latin Quarter" theme of new decorations. Good floor show and music of one of Ruby Newman's orchestras. Good dinners at reasonable prices.
New England share dinners and broiled chicken a specialty. Location is convenient to University theatre on Church Street.
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