JUNE 19. SUNDAY.
Week-day morning prayers at 8.45 a. m. No seats are assigned, either for officers or classes.
Rev. Alexander McKenzie, D.D., will conduct prayers from June 20-23.
20. MONDAY.President and Fellows of Harvard College. Meeting at No. 50 State St., Boston, 11 a. m.
21. TUESDAY.Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5, 3 p. m.
24. FRIDAY.Class Day Exercises. Prayer by Rev. A. P. Peabody, D. D. - Oration by Hugh McKennan Landon.-Poem by Robert Morss Lovett. - Ivy Oration by Alexander Moss White, Jr. - Ode by Samuel Pitts Duffield. Sanders Theatre, 11 a. m.
9 a. m. The Senior Class will assemble in front of Holworthy and march to Appleton Chapel where prayer will be offered by Rev. A. P. Peabody, D.D.
10.15. Sanders Theatre will be open to ticket holders.
10.55. Sanders Theatre will be closed to all but Seniors.
10.45. The Senior Class will assemble in front of Holworthy and march to Sanders Theatre.
2-5 p. m. Music in the Yard.
3-5. Dancing in Memorial Hall.
4.30. Seats around the Tree will be open to ticket holders.
5. The Senior Class will assemble in front of Holworthy, cheer the College buildings and march to the Tree. During the exercises at the Tree the Yard will be cleared and tickets will be required of all persons found in the Yard and of those who enter thereafter.
8-11. Dancing in the Gymnasium and Memorial Hall. Music and Illuminations in the College Yard.
8. The Glee Club will sing in front of Holworthy.
9. The Banjo Club and the Mandolin and Guitar Club will play on the Law School steps.
No return checks will be given out. All who wish to enter the Yard after 5 p. m. must be provided with a Yard ticket or a Memorial ticket. A Yard ticket will admit until 9 p. m. Memorial tickets admit to the College Yard, to Memorial Hall in the afternoon and evening, and to the Gymnasium in the evening.
The entrance to Memorial Hall will be at the south door, the exit at the north door.
The entrance to the Gymnasium will be at the main entrance, and the exit at the side facing the Common.
The Yard entrances will be between Holworthy and Thayer, Weld and Grays, and between Stoughton and Holden. The exits will be between Matthews and Grays, University and Thayer, Thayer and Holworthy, and between Holworthy and Stoughton. There will be a special entrance and exit for those coming in carriages between Harvard and Massachusetts. There will also be a special entrance for graduates in front of Harvard.
It will be a great assistance to the Committee if the above arrangements are strictly adhered to.
ARTHUR RICHMOND CRANDELL,ROBERT SALTONSTALL,MITCHELL DAVIS FOLLANSBEE,Class Day Committee.25. SATURDAY.Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5, 2 p. m.
28. TUESDAY.President and Fellows of Harvard College. Meeting at 50 State St., Boston, 11 a. m.
Divinity School. Meeting of the Alumni at the Chapel of Divinity Hall, 2 p. m.- At 4 p. m. at the same place, an Address by Col. Thomas W. Higginson, of the Class of 1847. Subject: "A World outside of Science." Collation at No. 3 Divinity Library, 5 p. m.
29. WEDNESDAY. (Commencement).Board of Overseers. Meeting at Memorial Hall, 9 a. m.
Election of Overseers. Massachusetts Hall, 10 a. m. till 4 p. m.
Commencement Exercises. Sanders Theatre, 10.30 a. m.
The President and Fellows, Overseers, Faculties and their officers will meet the invited guests and Alumni of the University at Massachusetts Hall, at 9.45 a. m. and escorted by the Graduating Class, will proceed to Sanders Theatre. The Theatre will be open to ticket holders at 9.25 and seats will be reserved till 9.55.
Association of the Alumni. Business Meeting. Harvard Hall, 1 p. m. Commencement Dinner. Memorial Hall, 2.30 p. m.
The Alumni and invited guests will assemble in Massachusetts Hall, at 2 p. m., and march in procession to Memorial Hall. Tickets for the dinner will be for sale at Massachusetts Hall from 10 till 2 o'clock. Price, one dollar. Graduates of 1832 and earlier classes are entitled to tickets without payment.
30. THURSDAY.Examinations for admission to Harvard College, the Lawrence Scientific School, the Law School, and the Medical School.
Phi Beta Kappa. Harvard Chapter. Business Meeting. Boylston Hall, Upper Lecture Room, 10 a. m. - Oration by Rev. Professor William J. Tucker. - Poem by Professor Ernest F. Fenollosa. Sanders Theatre, 12 m.
The public are cordially invited to attend the exercises in Sanders Theatre.
At the conclusion of the exercises the Society will march to Massachusetts Hall, where dinner will be served. Tickets at Sever's University Bookstore.