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Key Cabinet Members Put Up Cash for College Dance


Unable to get money for its all-college dance from any outside source, the seven cabinet members of the Crimson Key pooled $1200 of their own cash last night to enable the first all-college dance since before the war to take place April 29.

According to Bruce Harriman '50, president of the Key, neither the Dean's office nor the Student Council would provide the money necessary for the affair. Rather than abandon the idea the cabinet members decided to invest their own cast.

Harriman also announced that Charlie Spivak's dance band has already been signed to play at the dance. The fee that Spivak will receive for his one night stand in the Indoor Athletic Building was not disclosed.

Although definite plans for the weekend have not been set, the sophomore and Junior classes have also adopted the April weekend for their spring dance, scheduling them for Friday night. The Key dance will be formal.

The choice of the Indoor Athletic Building for a site will limit capacity to 800 couples.

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