125 Men Leave for Washington at 5 to Take Part in Ceremonies on Saturday.
The Harvard delegation to the inauguration ceremonies at Washington, consisting of about 125 men, will leave this afternoon in special coaches attached to the train starting from the South Union station at 5 o'clock and the Back Bay station at 5.04 o'clock. In order to avoid confusion men are asked to board the train at the South Union station. Upon arriving in New York, the men will transfer to the Jersey City station, where they will take the 12.27 train for Washington, which arrives at 7.25 A. M. on Friday.
In Washington the headquarters of the delegation will be at 1133 14th street, N. W., 14th street and Thomas Circle, where meals will be served at $1.50 per day. On Friday evening the men are invited to a special smoker at the University Club, which has thrown open its doors to all members of the delegation while in the city. At 9.30 on Saturday morning all the men will meet at headquarters to prepare for the inaugural parade. Uniforms must be worn, and for those who have been unable to obtain them a few will be reserved at headquarters. The delegation will head the college division of the parade, with a hand furnished by the inaugural committee. Men who wish to attend the inaugural ball will meet at headquarters at 7.30 o'clock in the evening. On Sunday afternoon the delegation will leave Washington at 2.30 o'clock on a special train for New York, where they will take the midnight train for Boston.
The committee in general charge of the trip consists of H. M. Whesler '06, S. N. Hinckley '05, W. B. Flint 1L., and W. Tyng '05. At Washington the officer in charge will be W. B. Flint who can be found at the "Cecil," 15th and L streets, N. W. G. S. Marsters is manager of the tickets, and H. R. Stephens sC. official director of the trip.