Following the custom inaugurated two years ago by the class of 1915, the Freshmen will hold a class service at 7 o'clock tonight in Appleton Chapel. The class will be addressed by President Lowell, Professor Palmer, and Dr. Fitch. This service is held in order that the new men in College may learn from the head of the University, from a lay member of the Faculty, and from the President of the Andover Theological Seminary, just what Chapel means to them and what it stands for to undergraduates in general. All first year men are expected to attend.
FRESHMAN SERVICE IN CHAPEL
FIRST-YEAR MEN TO BE ADDRESSED AT MEETING IN APPLETON TONIGHT
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