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Totem Pole Ballroom Offers Prize in Treasure Hunt

Will Hide Miniature Totem Pole Near University; Finder To Receive Passes

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The Management of the Totem Pole Ballroom in Norumbega Park, Auburn dale, announces a brand new plan of earning free passes for two people to the Ballroom.

Every night Monday through Saturday, a 7 inch miniature Totem Pole, carved and painted by the Indians of Old Town, Maine, will be hidden or placed somewhere in the open, in plain sight, in the Vicinity of University Buildings. It might be on the steps of a building, in the crotch of a tree in the Yard,... anywhere that many Harvard men pass daily.

The student who finds the miniature Totem Pole, upon returning it to the office of the CRIMSON, receive a pair of passes to the Totem Pole.

Some of the Country's leading name bands have appeared at the Totem Pole ballroom. Mitchell Ayres, Bob Crosby Eddie Duchin, Gene Krupa, Sammy Kay and Guy Lombardo are among the orchestras who have played there. Will Bradley and his band is appearing at the ballroom this week.

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