1 'our large panels elaborately p,
et!ed also ran from this large cer
motif to a point und~er the .t
siLarge tossels of gold were suspei
rdfrom the four corniers, of the cei
~g ILaiswere suspended from var
rg 1 points of the ceiling, which were
(Continued from Column Two)
Nile green crepe paper radiated to
cover the cejlftig, which was made to
represent a large lily pad. The pan-
els were all painted to represent deep
sea fish and vegetation and one had.
the feeling of being on the ocean~ bed
when dancing around to the strains
of the orchestra.t
R. T. Bittinger., '27 Spec., is the win-
~Of the May Party; this is yet in the
Sfuture and we are now on the eve
or it. Tonmorrow it will also be his-
~tory and go down in the annals of
ca1u1us 'social events,
The front page design of this sup-
plemnent was drawn by Percy Dan-
1926 the competition was won'
J. E. Preston, '27A, who is general
man of th~e party this year. Itl
ded for a deep sea setting whichj
assed anything that had ever beenf
npted. It provided 'for. an entireI
fOrt , '27
the trackt al
ning and dis-
re all indi-
e wasPht by Speddinig
richi ,a Ross T. Bittinger, '27~A
Designer of "Elves' Garden Revels"
e center motif fromv
continued in colunmn Fou
r. .J .
. -,_ . 3
Iwill find that our food and.
ivironment are Pleasingly
t. Our aim
is~ to 'give- ou~r
Where Fountains are
that is pleasant
)nal, menus that. are
.just as thjere ,is a distinction between a
-students andl scholars-so is there a marl
ordinary chocolate and the faious Mild
served at Calkins-Fletcher.
It's now-it's mild-it's bittersweet. You
flavor in those thick double-rich, malted milks
-and delightfully good sundaes. And we n
gouierous portions of- every ingredient used.
Trry your favorite chocolate dish at ou
you'll get chocolate tha~t is' chocolte-and
AT OUR THREE
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