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The concluding three mixer dances to introduce summer school students to each other will be held this week. Tickets will be on sale every day at the social director's office (Matthews 4) and every evening at dinner in the Union.
To avoid mob scenes and gatecrashing, tickets will not be sold at the door. All dances run from 8:30 to 12 p.m. at Memorial Hall. George Graham's orchestra will provide music.
The first dance was held last Friday evening.
Tonight's dance is for men from A to K and for women from L to Z; the mixer Wednesday night is for men from L to Z and for women from A to K; the fourth is for men and women from L to Z, and will be held on Friday evening.
Tickets for each dance cost $1.
The first in a series of Summer School square dances will be held tomorrow at the Union from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. Herb Gadreau will be the caller for Tuesday's dance. Admission is by privilege card only, but holders of cards may bring guests.
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