THE INAUGURAL CEREMONIES. Address by the President and the Conferring of Honorary Dergees, in the College Yard, 10.30 A. M.
The members of the Governing Boards and Faculties, Delegates of Universities, Colleges, and Learned Societies, and Guests who have been specially requested to do so, will assemble at Phillips Brooks House at 9.30 A. M. and March in procession to the Platform at University Hall.
The coat-room for Delegates will be in the basement of Phillips Brooks House; the coat-room for all others who march in procession will be in Holden Chapel.
Alumni and Guests having tickets for seats on the lawn will take their places before 10 A. M. Seats will not be reserved after this hour.
Officers of Instruction and Administration who have failed to receive tickets may apply to the Committee on the Inauguration.
Alumni and present members of the University who for any reason fail to provide themselves with tickets before hand may secure tickets admitting to the Yard, by applying in person at the Gate of the Class of 1877 on Wednesday, October 6, from 8 to 11 A. M.
LUNCIIEON given by the Harvard Alumni Association, at the Harvard Union, 12.15-2.15 P. M.
The members of the Association, Delegates, and other Invited Guests, including the members of the Divinity, Law, Medical, and Dental Alumni Associations, will assemble at Massachusetts Hall at 2.30 P. M., and march in procession to Memorial Hall. Tickets (price 50 cents) to the exercises in Memorial Hall, with coupon good for luncheon between 12.15 P. M. and 2.15 P. M. in the Harvard Union, will be on sale at the north windows of Grays Hall from 9 A. M. to 2.30 P. M. Tickets will be reserved until 1.45 P. M. for graduates of the College, up to and including the Class of 1858. Some tickets have been allotted to the classes from 1859 to 1908, both inclusive, and each class allotment will be reserved, if not sold, until 1.45 P. M. The tickets remaining unsold at 1.45 P. M. will be sold to graduates in the order of their application. Officers of Instruction under the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, although not graduates of Harvard, are entitled to purchase tickets.
Note.--Members of the Divinity, Law, Medical, and Dental Alumni Associations may purchase tickets for the luncheon in the Harvard Union and for the meeting in Memorial Hall at one of the north windows of Grays Hall. In taking their places in the procession, they are to march with the College class of the year in which they received their first degree from Harvard University.
Graduates of the University, whether members of the Harvard Union or not, may buy tickets for a table d'hote dinner (price 75 cents) on October 6 at the Union. The dinner will be served from 6 P. M. to 8 P. M.
LUNCHEON given by Radcliffe College to Ladies accompanying the Delegates, in Bertram Hall, 1 P. M.
MEETING OF THE HARVARD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, in Memorial Hall, 2.30 P. M.
The members of the Governing Boards, Delegates, Guests who were invited to join in the morning procession, and the members of the Alumni Associations of the Professional Schools will meet the members of the Harvard Alumni Association at Massachusetts Hall at 2.30 P. M. and march in procession to Memorial Hall.
CONCERT by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, in Sanders Theatre, 8 P. M.
Delegates will be furnished with tickets; for all others, admission will by by invitation only.
Carriages may be ordered for 9.15.
CELEBRATION by Students of the University, at the Stadium, 9.30 P. M.
Delegates will be furnished with tickets.
Officers of Instruction and Administration, Alumni, and Students of the University have been given opportunity to apply for tickets. If any of them have failed to receive tickets they may apply at the Gate of the Class of 1877 between 4 and 8 P. M.