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Yardlings Hold Dance This Evening; Music by Gahan

Five Patronesses and Fifteen Ushers Appointed by Committee


Freshmen will dance to the music of Don Gahan and his orchestra tonight in the lower common rooms of the Union from 9 until 1 o'clock. The dance is sponsored by the Union Committee.

Tickets have been on sale at the Union and are priced at $1.50 a couple and $1.25 for stags. Fifteen ushers and five patronesses have been selected to be present at the affair.

The patronesses will be Mrs. Roger B. Morriman, Mrs. George P. Denny, Mrs. Kendric N. Marshall, Mrs. Richard Eustis, and Mrs. C. Leslie Glenn.

The ushers are Sherwood Rollins, Lawrence W. Jones, Edward Allis, William Browning, Lemmel Barrister, Phillip Thayer, Roger Schafer, Richard Fellows, Joseph Lyford, George Haydock, Lee Marx, David Henry, Arthur Bartlott, James E. Newton, and Charles Stern.

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