On Wednesday, November 12, the new clubhouse of the Harvard Club of Boston will be opened for inspection at 7.30 o'clock. Formal ceremonies will follow one hour later at 8.30 o'clock. Among the speakers will be President Lowell and President Eliot. The president of the club, Major H. L. Higginson '55, will start the fires in the massive fireplaces of Harvard Hall. A light luncheon will follow during which the large organ giv by Mr. E. B. Dane '92 will be played for the first time before an audience.
The night of Friday, November 21, the day before the Yale game, the club will open its doors to all visiting graduates. A special entertainment is being prepared for the occasion, but the program has not yet been made public.
Mr. P. W. Thompson '02, the club secretary, announces that committees on athletic sports, on squash, on music, and on other matters of entertainment have been appointed and are now busy formulating plans for the winter. Teams will probably be formed in hockey, fencing and baseball, and possibly a few crews will be organized. The chairman of the athletic committee is N. P. Hallowell '97; of the squash committee, H. A. Jackson '03; and of the musical entertainment committee, W. A. Locke '69.
The club also plans to provide periodical lectures by leading university men or visitors. Many prominent men have signified their willingness to co-operate in making these meetings a success.