It must be a source of real gratification to all Harvard men, and especially to those graduates who fought in the late war, that the Memorial Day service in Sanders Theatre has become an annual event of such importance. The great record of the University during the war certainly makes the observance of the day a very fitting one, especially for the undergraduates. This year the Memorial Society has quite appropriately been given the management of the service, and every effort is being made to get a crowd of students to attend; it has been arranged for the seniors to go together as a class, and in addition everyone in Cambridge who can is urged to be present. Major Higginson is such a staunch friend of the University that he deserves a large audience of undergraduates, and he is so well qualified to speak of Colonel Shaw that his address is sure to be of unusual interest.
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