Now that the dates for the baseball games and for the races are fixed, all the arrangements for Commencement Week can be definitely announced, and graduates, both of the classes which have reunions and others, can make their plans. On Sunday, June 16, the class of '87 will have a service with a sermon in Appleton Chapel in the morning, and the Baccalaureate Sermon will be preached to the Seniors in the afternoon. Monday, June 17, will be Phi Beta Kappa day, with the usual oration and poem in Sanders and the dinner afterwards at the Union. Tuesday, June 18, is Class Day; and the first baseball game with Yale will be played at New Haven in the afternoon. Wednesday, June 19, is left open for class reunions and dinners, and for the triennial meetings of the associations of the various graduate schools as they occur; in the afternoon the second Yale game will be played at Cambridge. Thursday, June 20, is Commencement. On Friday, June 21, the boat races will be rowed at New London; and on Saturday, June 22, if necessary, the third baseball game will be played at New York.
COMMENCEMENT WEEK DATES
Final Arrangements Made for Close of Academic Year. -- Commencement to Be on June 20.
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