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Proof that life at Harvard is not all work and no play is being offered to Yardlings this weekend in the form of a Radcliffe dance and a Phillips Brooks House tea.
The former affair, to which all Harvard and Radcliffe Freshmen are invited, will be held on Saturday at 9 o'clock in Agassiz Hall. Dress will be informal, and an efficient corps of ushers from the CRIMSON will guarantee that everybody meets everybody.
Proctors and Freshman advisers have been invited to the P.B.H. tea, as well as Yardlings and transfer students. The party, which will occur between 4 and 6 o'clock on Sunday afternoon at Brooks House, will be preceded by a half hour of movies in the Peabody Hall on the third floor. These will consist of a Harvard sports short, and a feature on social service work.
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