University Calendar.

*Open to the public. *Open to the University.

Sunday, June 15.

Appleton Chapel, 4 p. m. Baccalaureate Sermon to the Senior Class. Rev. George A. Gordon, D.D., of Boston. (Seats will be reserved for members of the Faculty until 3.45 p. m.)

Rev. Professor Edward Hale will conduct morning prayers from June 16 to June 18.

Monday, June 16.

*Reading of Bowdoin Prize Essay. Pleiade and Areopagus. Mr. A. C. White. Harvard 1, 7.30 p. m.

Tuesday, June 17.

Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5, 4 p.m.

Thursday, June 19.

Faculty of Divinity. Meeting at University 5, 4 p. m.

Friday, June 20.

Class Day Exercises. Prayer by the Rev. Francis G. Peabody, D.D.--Oration by Roscoe Conkling Bruce.--Poem by Robert Montraville Green.--Ivy Oration by Harry Morgan Ayres.--Ode by Waldo Emerson Forbes. 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 the Rev. Francis G. 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 p. m.--The Yard will be cleared and tickets will be required of all persons found in the Yard, and of those who enter thereafter.

2-7.--Music in the Yard.

4.--Seniors assemble in front of Holworthy.

4.15.--Seats around the Statue will be open to ticket-holders.

4.30.--Graduates, classes and Glee Club assemble in the Yard.

4.45.--Graduates, the three lower classes and the Glee Club march to the Statue. Seniors, led by class officers, march around the Yard, cheering the buildings and the Tree.

5.--Seniors march to the Statue.

7-9.--President and Mrs. Eliot at home to all graduates and officers of the University and friends accompanying them, and to members of all classes graduating this year and friends accompanying them.

7-11.--Music. Illumination in the Yard.

8-11.--Dancing in the Gymnasium and Memorial Hall.

9.--The Banjo Club and the Mandolin and Guitar Club will play in the Yard.

All who wish to enter the Yard after 2 p. m. must be provided with a Yard ticket or a Memorial ticket. A Yard ticket will admit to the Yard only. Memorial tickets admit to the Yard in the afternoon and evening, and to Memorial Hall 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 eastern gate on Kirkland street; the exits at the western gate on Kirkland street and on Holmes Place.

The Yard entrances will be between Harvard and Massachusetts, west of Boylston, the '77 Gate, the President's Walk, Sever and Appleton, Thayer and Holworthy, Brooks House. The exits will be between Harvard and Massachusetts, Dane and Wadsworth, east of Boylston, east of the '77 Gate, the President's Walk, Sever and Appleton, Thayer and Holworthy, Holworthy and Stoughton.

It will be a great assistance to the Committee if the above arrangements are strictly adhered to.

Saturday, June 21.

Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Meeting at University 5, 2 p. m