The Round 1959-60

Committee:

Chairman: Martin Knott (Clare)
Organisatrix: Mary Rhodes
Organiser: Michael Pemberton (St John's)
Senior Treasurer: William Palmer
Junior Treasurer: Antony Heywood
John Allen
Judy Andrews
Joan Corser (Girton)
Derek Gobbet
Kathleen Greenwood
Ann Harding
Arthur Peck
Julia Sykes (Newnham)
John Wells (Trinity)

Meetings

Thursdays 8:30-10:15 and Saturdays 4:30-6:15 (Michaelmas and Lent terms only), Study Round at 4.00 on Saturdays, at the Technical College Gym

Other events

Michaelmas term party Saturday Nov 28th, Technical College
"Martin asked if the fish and chip suppers were to be considered an established custom. Most of the committee felt this would be a good thing." (Adjourning after Saturday meetings to someone's room.)
??? Visit to Oxford C# club; "the visit had been very successful...A special tribute was paid to the good nature and common sense of Bedford policemen, even if they could not distinguish between K.R.S and rock 'n' roll."

Playford Ball

11th June 1960Small Hall, Guildhallprice: 15/- (profit: £11)Attendance: 81
Band: "a large band"
Never love thee more
Apley-house
Juliana
Heart's-ease & Hit & miss
Lovely Nancy
Hunsdon House
~ Display by London Pride ~  
The Queen's Jig
Mr Isaac's Maggot
Shewsbury Lasses
Step Stately
Mr Beveridge's Maggot
The Hole in the Wall
The Boatman
Nonesuch; or A la mode de France
Long Odds
The Fandango
Sion-house
Newcastle
Sellenger's Round

Arthur Peck elected President on June 1st 1960 (on the adoption of revised constitution which added President and Junior Treasurer to the official list of posts)
Meeting programmes top ten dances:
  21 KRS
  14 Whirligig
  14 Newcastle
  14 Hey Boys, up go we
  13 Parson's Farewell
  12 Fandango
  11 Nonesuch
  11 La Russe
  11 Jacob Hall's Jig
  10 The Indian Queen
Other years: 1957-591958-59 1959-60 1960-611961-62
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