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a'For fun on the hilltop, it's the Sophomore
Hop", and so we started another successful social
season which provided Davisites with many en-
joyable affairs. The sophomore party was a get-
acquainted dance with games, dancing, and food
for all. The sophomore faculty advisers, Mrs.
Taylor and Mr. Bartlett, were sponsors of the
Next was the football dance which ended
our victorious football season. The Football
Queen, Hope Herman, was crowned at this dance.
Following this was the 'Ll-lolly Hopm, at which
much dancing talent was discovered.
Highlighting the year was an uF.nchanterl
Evening" held by the January class of '50. The
decorations of moon and stars helped carry out
the theme. The whole affair was just Mone cn-
chanted evening under the stars". Music was pro-
vided by Ray Lowery and his orchestra.
The faculty dance committee appointed
this year with Miss Rose Lucchese, chairman,
was Mr. Harold Spielman, Mrs. Roberta Flem-
ming, Dr. Ruth E. Landis, and Mr. Joseph Leone.