The nineteenth annual meeting of the Associated Harvard Clubs will be held in San Francisco, Friday and Saturday, August 13 and 14. Last year a very successful meeting was held in Chicago during the early part of June and it was decided that because of the Expositions of San Diego and San Francisco special attractions would be offered to have the 1915 meeting on the Coast. To insure a good time for those making the trip the Harvard Club of New York City has reserved the entire first cabin accommodations upon the Panama-Pacific Line steamship "Kroonland" for Harvard men and their families for the entire trip to San Francisco via the Panama Canal, leaving New York July 24 and arriving in San Francisco August 9. The rates of passage, including meals, from New York to San Diego, Los Angeles, or San Francisco are $125 for a limited number of berths, and upwards according to the locations of the berths and the number of passengers in each room. No arrangements have been made to return in a party and those desiring to return by steamer should make reservations early because of the large demand for passage expected during the coming summer. The ticket reduction will only hold for the passage going out, there being none on the return trip or on a round trip passage. The committee in charge has also arranged for hotel accommodations of the party through arrangements with the Harvard Club of San Francisco. Additional information concerning the trip may be procured from James A. Wright '79, 281 Fifth avenue, New York City.
WILL TRAVEL TO THE COAST
ASSOCIATED CLUBS PLAN TO HAVE ANNUAL MEETING IN SAN FRANCISCO.
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